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Pro Bike: Dave Zabriskie’s winning 2011 U.S. pro time trial bike

  • By Caley Fretz
  • Published May. 31, 2011
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Zabriskie has his ultra-short fi'zi:k Ares saddle slammed forward on the rails, but in the rear seatpost position. The nose of the saddle sits right at 5cm behind the bottom bracket. Triathletes, who don't have to worry about the UCI's 5cm rule, often opt for the front seatpost position. Photo: Casey B. Gibson | www.cbgphoto.com

Zabriskie has his ultra-short fi’zi:k Ares saddle slammed forward on the rails, but in the rear seatpost position. The nose of the saddle sits right at 5cm behind the bottom bracket. Triathletes, who don’t have to worry about the UCI’s 5cm rule, often opt for the front seatpost position.
Photo: Casey B. Gibson | www.cbgphoto.com

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