The Welsh athlete Non Stanford is currently one of the best athletes in the world on the Olympic triathlon distance. Last year, she secured her biggest win to date by winning the final World Cup race in London. She laid the foundation for this on the bike. And this year the 25-year-old wants to be fast again.
An S-Works is available to her Amira from Specialized. Since the Welsh rider is kitted out by Sram, it's understandable that there are a number of components from the Americans on her bike. For example, Stanford relies on the brand new one Red 22, which comes up with a cassette spread of eleven sprockets. The cassette combines them with sheets of the same series. However, the compact 52/36 teeth are not mounted on a Sram crankset, but on a lighter set of S-Works fact carbon.
Rear derailleur, front derailleur and brakes, on the other hand, come from the Red 22-Row. For a good speed dosing, the slim ones should be the most important AeroLink-Care brake bodies. These embrace the flanks of a Zipp 303-Wheelset, in addition to the striking firecrestrims is also selected as a clincher version. The tires are delivered with the 24 millimeter wide S-Works Turbo also Specialized.
The Californians also provide the handlebar-stem combination. Here Stanford relies on a 7050 aluminum manufactured S-Works SL-Stem and one specially designed for women SL Carbon-Handlebars with a drop of 125 millimeters and a reach of 75 millimeters. The S Works SL-seat post has a diameter of 27,2 millimeters and, like the crank, is made of fact carbon manufactured. On this is a Oura Pro-Saddle with carbon struts and a shape that is also specific to women.