Bikes of Three Peaks Bike Race 2022
5 July, 2022
A free-route race that summits three of Europe's most formidable mountains and all those in between before featuring Mt Ventoux as the gateway to the final parcours and finish in Nice, France. This is certainly a race for the grimpeurs.
Riders have made their own decisions on the fine balance between being equipped for the unpredictable Austrian, Italian, Swiss and French Alps whilst also keeping weight down.
Have a scroll to see each rider's chosen whip and the accompanying kit they've chosen.
Name: Stephan Bechert
Cap number: 227
Location: Bavaria, Germany
Bike: S-Works Aethos, Shimano DuraAce 9200 34/50 11-34. Stages Powermeter, Bikeahead Biturbo, Hambini BB, Alpinist Post and Cockpit, Carbonworks bottle cage, Elite 950ml water bottle, Tailfin AeroPack, Custom Foodpouch, Mirror saddle. Continental GP5000 31mm TR, Meti SPD XTR, Wahoo Elemnt 2 and Black Reflective Tape. The bike is 6kg unloaded and 10kg loaded.
Key items of kit: Lupine SL AF7 + 2x50WH + 25W, Therm-a-Rest Quilt and Uberlight. Rapha RCC merino baselayers and down jacket in Dyneema bags. POC Ventral Lite helmet and stripped down Di2 cable.
Name: Hannah Ghazi-Idrissi
Cap number: 129
Location: Innsbruck, Austria
Bike: Trek Emonda Sl6 Pro 2021.
Key items of kit: Apidura Race Packs.
Name: Bruno Varini
Cap number: 74
Location: Carnoux-en-Provence, France
Bike: Cannondale Synapse Carbone repainted in December 2021 by Aerochris with upgraded groupset to 11 Speed. Fork Synapse carbone, wheels are Fulcrum Racing Zero Nite + Mavic Open Pro with Shimano DH-3N80 Dynamo Front Hub. Tyres are Michelin Endurance Pro 4 700x25m. Shimano Ultegra brakes and levers, derailleurs, crankset (34-50) and cassette (11-34). Pedals Shimano R540. Saddle is a Fizik Aliante and handlebar Decathlon (basic).
Key items of kit: Shimano DH-3N80 Dynamo Front Hub. M172N - Bicycle Power Charge Controller USB for lights and USB charger (phone, gps, lights USB), main Headlight Busch Müller IQ-X Senso Plus LED (on dynamo), 2nd headlight (USB) + headlamp. Axa Slim Steady LED Backlight 50mm (on dynamo), 2nd Backlight (USB) and Garmin Edge 1030 plus.
Bikepacks: Apidura Saddle pack regular (14L), Sea to Summit bag (4L) for bivy Twilight Black Diamond and mattress and hot clothes + survival blanket and a DIY stem bag.
Name: Micha Mayer
Cap number: 185
Location: Weinsberg, Germany
Bike: Cube Nuroad Race FE with Shimano GRX
Key items of kit: Ortlieb Gravel-Pack, Sea to Summit Spark Sp sleeping bag and Sea to Summit Ultralight insulated mat.
Name: Frank Stockbrügger
Cap number: 117
Location: Venasque, France
Bike: Canyon Ultimate SL. Front wheel: DT Swiss and rear wheel: Campagnolo Shamal Ultra. I trust the tyres Continental GP5000.
Key items of kit: All the bags are from Apidura. For navigation I use the Garmin Edge 530. Front light from Lezyne and CatEye. Rear light from Lezyne. I chose Etxeondo for the clothes.
Name: Jan Recker
Cap number: 30
Location: Cologne, Germany
Bike: Focus Izalco Max with Shimano Ultegra (50/34-11/34), custom build 45mm wheels, Schwalbe Pro One 25mm Tubeless, Profile Design Aerobars, Specialized Power Expert saddle.
Key items of kit: Bags are a mix of Ortlieb, Restrap and Apidura. Sleeping: Sea to Summit Spark SP1 and Sea to Summit Ultralight Mat. Lights: BBB StrikeDuo 1200 + Nano 600 as a backup & helmet light. Navigation: Wahoo Roam. Charging: 20.000 mAh Powerbank. Food: Everything. I'm using a third big bidon as a container for a maltro-sugarmix so I can add it to my bidons. Key items: Two smiling bidons for the mood!
Name: Sabine Verzier
Cap number: 216
Location: Paris, France
Bike: This is a T-Lab X3, a custom-made titanium frame made by a great team in Montreal with Boyd Jocassee gravel wheels and Rene Herse Bon Jon Pass in 35mm. There is a SON 28 dynamo hub in front, powering Sinewave Cycles Beacon and Supernova E3 Taillight. Groupset is Sram Force AXS (Rival AXS for the 160mm crank) in 10-36 & 33-46 in front. The frame and food pouch bags are from Copra Bikepacking and are custom-made for the bike in Paris. Saddle and top tube bags are from Apidura.
This is a lighter setup than what I am used to, but the idea is to suffer the least as possible in the climbs and be able to not lose time re-packing.
Key items of kit: The packable backpack! A great way to stuff food when needed and can be put away easily. And a dry bag to keep my camera safe from any storms.
Name: Georg Bühnert
Cap number: 124
Location: Leer, Niedersachsen, Deutschland
Bike: Giant TCX Advanced pro 2 (2016), Shimano 105 with an Ultegra RX rear derailleur, Rotor INpower meter with 48/36t and SRAM Force cassette 11-36t. Some old aerobars and Vittoria Tereno Zero 37 tyres with latex innertubes.
Key items of kit: custom Aeroe handlebar bag, Apidura Frame Bag and Pro saddle bag. Lupine light Piko and Rotlicht with 2 batteries.
Name: Nicolas Lindert
Cap number: 192
Location: Traunstein, Germany
Bike: Trek Emonda SL6
Key items of kit: Ortlieb Seat Pack, Ortlieb Frame Pack and Cyclite Top Tupe Bag.
Name: Danny Bellion
Cap number: 99
Location: London, UK
Bike: Cannondale SuperSix Evo. 40mm/50mm carbon wheels with Son dynamo hub and K-Lite Bikepacker Ultra front light. 11-36t cassette for the hills.
Key items of kit: Most things fit in the large Apidura frame bag. 2L bladder, Therm-a-Rest Uberlite mat, warm clothes and plenty of snacks.
Name: Felix Mettke
Cap number: 24
Location: Cologne, Germany
Bike: Cube Cyclecross 2019, Shimano 105, disc brakes, Continental 4Season on Fulcrum racing 600 wheels.
Key items of kit: Blackburn Frame Bag, Ortlieb Saddle Bag, Trivision Bag and Blackburn Roll-Bag.
Name: Brad Crossley
Location: Dartmouth. Nova Scotia. Canada
Bike: Giant Revolt Advanced Pro full carbon frame with SRAM Force eTap.
Key items of kit: 37 pounds total weight of bike with full kit.
Name: Philipp Zofer
Cap number: 18
Location: Lausanne, Suisse
Bike: Specialized Aethos Comp with SRAM Rival eTap AXS 12-speed, 10-36t with 48/35T. DT Swiss R470, Continental GP500 28mm front and 30 mm rear tyres.
Key items of kit: Bags: Restrap top tube, frame and saddle bag. Lights: Supernova Airstream 2, Sigma and Knog tail light. Sleep kit: Sea To Summit Spark SP1 sleeping bag and Decathlon Forzlac Airmad.
Name: Andreas Haaf
Cap number: 47
Location: Trier, Germany
Bike: Cannondale Synapse Carbon with Shimano 105 and Vittoria 30mm tyres with tubes and Selle Italia saddle.
Key items of kit: Frontloader Restrap, FidLock bottle, Rockbros frameback, Revelate Spinelock seat bag 16l. Vaude sleeping bag and mat. Cannondale -Garmin Synapse light system.
Name: Alexander Weiher
Cap number: 33
Location: Lübeck, Germany
Bike: I built up my Specialized Roubaix frame with a mix of Shimano Ultegra and GRX Components, a FSA carbon drivetrain (50/34) and a 11-34 Cassette, the bar is a Salsa Woodchipper with a 3T Aerobar. I ride the Continental GP 5000 tubeless and use a Son dynamo hub to power my devices.
Key items of kit: I mounted an Apidura saddlebag between a WHOH seatbag stabilizer. My sleeping system is in a 7l lightwieght stuffsack strapped below my Aerobar. I also strapped two food pouches onto my bar. My tools are in the small framebag.
Name: Daniel Leppin
Bike: Simpson Rennrad
Key items of kit: 4-5 Taschen, Schlafsack and Isomatte.
Name: Oliver Stangl
Cap number: 195
Location: Bad Vöslau, Austria
Bike: Salsa Warroad
Key items of kit: Restrap aero bag, Apidura frame and top tube bag and Rapha seatbag.
Arco van Zetten
Name: Arco van Zetten
Cap number: 58
Location: Utrecht, Netherlands
Bike: Canyon AL 7.0 Endurance
Key items of kit: Apidura saddle bag, Apidura frame bag, Apidura top tube bag. Garmin Edge 520, BBB handlebar and Lezyne 1300 light.
Name: Sebastian Restrepo
Cap number: 221
Location: Berlin, Germany
Bike: Giant Revolt with Shimano GRX / XT Di2 48/32T at the front and 11-40t at the back.
Key items of kit: Bags: Tailfin AeroPack, Apidura frame/top tube bag, Cyclite aero bars bag and food pouch. Sleep: Therm-a-Rest mattress, Sea to Summit sleeping bag (TrI) and Cumulus bivvy. Clothes: 2 bib shorts and jersey, down jacket, arm/leg warmers, rain jacket, wind vest, gloves. Electronics: Iniu battery pack, Wahoo Elmnt bolt V1, Lezyne macro/lite drive, phone and cables.
Name: Johann Bollen
Cap number: 147
Location: Werlte, Lower Saxony, Germany
Bike: Scott Addict RC 20, SRAM Force AXS 46/33 chainrings and 10-36 cassette, SON dynamo powering the Supernova Lights.
Key items of kit: GPS Garmin Edge 1030, Apidura racing frame pack, Apidura racing top tube pack, Revelate Designs saddle bag. Additional Lupine front and back lights.
Name: Alexandre Côté
Cap number: 45
Location: Montréal, Canada
Bike: Argon 18 Krypton GF, SRAM Red XPLR w/ 10-44t cassette. Shimano Ultegra 4iiii powermeter crank w/ Wolftooth 42t chainring. SONdeluxe dynamo on Hunt 4 Season rim and HED Vanquish RC4 Performance rear wheel with Goodyear Eagle F1 Tubeless 30m tires.
Key items of kit: Apidura's Expedition Full Frame pack, Expedition Top Tube bag and Racing Aerobar pack, with PRO Discover Team Seatpost bag. Sinewave Revolution dynamo charger, Knog PWR front lights, Wahoo Elemnt Bolt GPS. Bivy bag, sleeping bag, and clothing for all weather conditions!
Name: Ruben Platte
Cap number: 215
Location: Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Bike: Trek Checkpoint ALR5 with 105, 50/34 x 11/34. DT Swiss wheels with 30mm Continental tyres. I’ll be using Profile Design TT bars for the (scarce) flat sections.
Key items of kit: I’m using Apidura bags and a home made frame bag that still allows for a bidon on the seat tube. Some other key things are a full bivy setup including an inflatable pillow for the best possible power naps, kit to keep riding in terrible weather, chamois cream and a cut down toothbrush.
Name: Guendalina Capone
Cap number: 128
Location: Aberdeen, UK
Bike: Cinelli Nemo Tig Gravel
Key items of kit: Tailfin AeroPack Alloy. Apidura: Expedition frame pack, Racing bolt-on top tube pack and Backcountry food pouch x 2. Exposure lights: Strada and Blaze.
Name: Lea Hamberger
Cap number: 163
Location: Freiburg, Germany
Bike: Cube Nuroad Race with Mavic wheels and Son dynamo.
Key items of kit: Small foldable backpack for food shopping and the case that I will no longer pack my bags on the road as optimised as at home.
Pieter Wilbert Molemaker
Name: Pieter Wilbert Molemaker
Cap number: 208
Location: Utrecht, Netherlands
Bike: Canyon Endurance 2017, DT Swiss PR1600 Spline, Continental GP5000 28mm tyres and Shimano 105 (50/34 x 11-34) groupset.
Key items of kit: Bags from Decathlon and Apidura.
Name: Moritz Kreilinger
Cap number: 190
Location: Frankfurt (Germany)
Bike: Open U.P. with Campagnolo Ekar Groupset, Campagnolo Shamal Carbon Wheels and Continental GP 5000S TR tyres.
Key items of kit: Bags are Apidura (Racing Frame Pack, Racing Saddle Pack, Racing Long Top Tube Pack) and Restrap Race Aero Bag.
Name: Manuel Schmid
Cap number: 114
Location: Oetwil am See, Switzerland
Bike: Cube Agree Race with Shimano Ultegra 50/54 and 11/34, SON Dynamo Setup with Sinewave Beacon Headlight and Wheels from Lightwolf Studio. Salsa Cowchipper Handlebar.
Key items of kit: Custom Frame Bag from Rogue Panda and seat Pack from Revelate Designs. Second headlight is a Garmin Varia with helmet mount, backlight from BBB. For sleeping I use a Borah Gear Cuben Bivy, the Sea to Summit Spark Sp0 sleeping Bag and the Sea to Summit Ether light sleeping Mat. If the weather is bad, I prefer to stay in a Hotel 😊. On the bike I wear socks from Compressport, base layer from X-Bionic, shorts from Zoot, merino jersey from Castelli, Lake Shoes, MET Trenta helmet and sunglasses from Julbo. If it is cold I have a vest from Odlo, merino arm and leg warmer from Rapha and a Patagonia Micro Puff Jacket. If it is wet I have a Gore jacket and Endura pants.
Name: Martin Bloch
Cap number: 177
Location: Berlin, Germany
Bike: My road bike is a handmade, custom built steel frame from Cycles Manivelle (in Strasbourg). It is equipped with a Shimano Ultegra 50/34 - 11-34 to try to climb those Three (and more) Peaks without hurting my knees too much. I'll ride on Hunt Superdura dynamo wheels that'll power my front and rear lights; this is one less thing to care about during the race. The front light is a Busch und Müller IQX, and is powerful enough to ride through the night. The wheels are mounted with 28 mm Hutchinson tires (with tubes).
Key items of kit: The top tube bag is from Apidura and is fairly common in those types of events I think, so I won't go into details. It'll contain small objects like sunscreen, my credit card or the powerbank.
The frame bag is from Helmut Equipments which is, contrary to what you would think when reading the name, located in the French Alps. I'll store the sleeping gear and the "bathroom" stuff in there.
I'll also use as aerobar bag in which I'll keep the stuff I want to have easy access to when I'm on the bike, such as the wind jacket or the leg warmers. I might also use the upper side of that bag to store snacks!
Last but not least, I'll use a custom built rear rack (which was also built by Cycles Manivelle!). It will carry a 7L dry bag with all the stuff I'll use less often like the down jacket or maybe some spare bib shorts. The rack weighs almost nothing and will prevent the bag from swinging during the climbs.
I'll also carry 2 bottles and might use the 3rd one underneath the frame to store some multitool/spare tube kind of thing.
Name: Michael Grobe
Location: Mülheim an der Ruhr, Germany
Bike: Ghost Nivolett
Key items of kit: Restrap Look packs.
Name: Luisa Werner
Location: Grenoble, France
Bike: Cervelo Caledonia Roadbike
Key items of kit: Shimano Di2, Disc Brakes, Custom Aero wheels, Aerobars Bags: Ortlieb Seatpack M, Vaude Framebag, Restrap Handlebar Bag, Ortlieb Cockpit Bag and snackbag.
Name: Julien Roissard
Location: Chambéry, France
Bike: Aloueta bespoke steel frame, Campagnolo Ekar 42t chainring with 9-42t cassette. Mavic Cosmic SL32 with SON dynamo hub. Berthoud Aspin saddle. Custom cockpit Aloueta: stem and aerobar in one part.
Key items of kit: Helmut bags, Sinewave Beacon front light and SON rear light.
Name: Andrea Boscolo
Cap number: 11
Bike: 3T Strada 1x with Continental GP5000S TR tyres.
Key items of kit: Vap Cycling (bars and bags), 7mesh clothes, Rusjan bags. Garmin Varia radar and rear light. ISM saddle.
Name: Laurens Wolting
Cap number: 160
Location: Zwolle, The Netherlands
Bike: Van Nicholas Rowtag (Ti) with GRX Di2. Cogs: 11 speed with front: 48 & 31T and rear 11-34. Fenders to keep me dry, clean and happy: SKS Bluemels Primus Aerobar: Deda Parabolica Uno with Riser Kit (45mm). Tyres are Pirelli Cinturato Velo TLR 700x32c. Front wheel is a carbon custom build, unbranded with Son 28 Dynamo Hub and rear wheel is Zipp 303 Firecrest. Electronics are Supernova E3 Pro head and tail light. NC-17 Appcon 3000 USB charger and back-up lights from CatEye Volt 400/800.
Key items of kit: Framebag: Blackburn Outpost Elite and Tailfin Aeropack with Tailfin Cage pack holding Sea to Summit Ultralight insulated mat, Sleeping bag: Ayacucho Re-Lite 700, down jacket for the snowy days (let's hope not) and other stuff to keep warm and freshen up.. Apidura Backcountry Food Pouches on both sides and 2.5L in water bottles.
Name: Clément Fouquet-Lapar
Cap number: 8
Location: Paris, France
Bike: Heroin HR disc with Shimano Dura-Ace Di2, wheels are Gipiemme C40 (rear) and Custom Son dynamo front, both running tubeless. Custom aero bars from Profile Design. Assioma Duo pedals and bags are Copra handmade in Paris and Restrap.
Key items of kit: 2 food pouches from Blahs on the cockpit!
Name: Konstantin Greger
Cap number: 158
Location: Düsseldorf, Germany
Bike: Meet “Lando”, my 2020 Canyon Endurace CF SLX 9 Disc Di2 with Dura Ace 52/36 chainring in the front and an 11/34 cassette in the back, decked out with some Profile Design aero bars.
Key items of kit: I bought a Cyclite Handle Bar Aero Bag, an Apidura Expedition Frame Pack and a Racing Long Top Tube Pack, and a Tailfin Aeropack Carbon. Plus, an Exposure Lights front torch, Garmin Varia rear lights, and Berlin Reflective tape so I’m seen at night. A Garmin Edge 830 head unit, a QuadLock iPhone mount to complete the cockpit, and Fidlock bottles to make the ride perfect.
Name: Jan Thielbeer
Cap number: 140
Bike: Specialized Roubaix Custom Bike, Shimano GRX Di2 2x11 w/ 11-40 XTR cassette. Roval CL/CLX 50 Wheels with SON Dynamo hub. Busch & Müller Lights w/ "USB-Werk", Continental 5000 STR 32mm Tires (tubeless) and Syntace C3 Large Aerobar.
Key items of kit: Bags by Revelate Designs and Specialized, sleeping bag by Sea to Summit and Iso by Exped.
No lucky items this year. So wish me luck. 🙏😉
Name: Clément Clisson
Cap number: 21
Location: Mazeuil, France
Bike: Orbea Orca M20 LTD 2021, Shimano Ultegra 11s 50/34 11-34, wheels are DT Swiss ERC 1100 35mm and tyres are Pirelli Cinturato 28mm. Selle Italia SLR boost and aerobars are Profile Designs carbone. Pedals are Garmin Rally RS 200.
Key items of kit: Sacoche Zefal 11L, Sacoche Zefal top tube and Support téléphone shapeheart. Vêtements été : Maillot assos + sous maillot + cuissard Assos + chaussettes Assos + gants Giro. Vêtement froid : Veste de pluie Assos + sous maillot long avec capuche Odlo + manchettes IXCOR + jambières Decathlon + protège orteil IXCOR + gants longs Assos.
Électronique : 2 lumières avant Ravemen + 1 lumière frontale ledlenser + 2 lumières arrière Ravemen + 2 batteries externes 20000mAh.
Mécanique : 2 chambre a air + demonte pneu + petit bout de pneu + maillon chaîne + multi tools + cire squirt + pompe classique lezyne
Sommeil et hygiène : 1 couverture survie + brosse à dent + mouchoir + mini serviette + serviette hygiénique + crème cuissard nok.
Name: Samuel Klassen
Cap number: 2018
Location: Emden, Germany
Bike: I have a Canyon Endurace AL with Shimano 105 Components. In the front a powermeter with 48/34 and in the back a 11-34 Cassette. A Profile Design Aerobar and Continental GP 5000 tyres.
Key items of kit: Bags: Aerobarbag from Restrap , Ortlieb Seatpack, Alpkit Toptubebag, Selfmade Framebag and Snagbags. Sleep kit: Therm-a-Rest NeoAir Xlite, custom Cumulus xlite 300 and Cumulus bivy. Other Stuff: Wahoo Element bolt, a cutoff toothbrush and two bibshorts.
Name: Philipp Janßen
Cap number: 205
Location: Hamburg, Germany
Bike: Scott Addict RC 10
Key items of kit: Sea to Summit sleeping bag, Therm-a-Rest mat, jacket, waterproofs and a second set of cycling kit.
Name: Stefan Blum
Cap number: 70
Location: Lenggries, Germany
Bike: Canyon Endurace 2020, Ultegra Di2 with Profile Design Aerobars, mostly Apidura-equipped, 19.2 kg without water and rider.
Key items of kit: The tank-similar behaviour: once the bike reaches a velocity of 30km per hour, it holds that speed for several minutes without adding any energy to the system. Just kidding, as every year, it feels overequiped resulting in hard mount climbs. But being prepared for mostly any weather conditions seems to be more important for me than optimising the overall weight. This year I have replaced a bivy bag by a Sea to Summit sleeping bag (less than 250g) hoping to speed some nights in a more comfortable way.
Name: Andrea Boscolo
Cap number: 11
Location: Venice, Italy
Bike: 3T Strada 1x with SRAM 1x46 and 10-44, SPD pedals and ISM saddle.
Key items of kit: Vap Cycling, 7mesh clothes, Rusjan bags and +Watt food supplements. Ravemen light.
Name: Michael Goegele
Cap number: 187
Location: Merano, Italy
Bike: Argon 18 Dark Matter, Shimano GRX 810, DT Swiss 1600 Gr and Vittora Terreno Zero 32mm.
Key items of kit: Apidura saddlebag, framebag and handlebar bag, first try with the food pouch. Earphones for music and credit card.
Name: Florian Schneider
Cap number: 110
Bike: Veloheld IconX Titanium, Shimano GRX 810 groupset, Hope RX4 brakes, SON light+dynamo hub, Nextie rims,
Key items of kit: Tailfin Aeropack and mini paniers, Apidura bags, Fidlock bottles
Name: Gregor Wechselberger
Cap number: 127
Bike: Orbea Avant mit SRAM Red eTap AXS 12 Fach. 30mm tubless reifen hinten Schwalbe Pro One vorne Grand Prix 5000s TR.
Key items of kit: Taschen gemischt Apidura und red cycling. Gewicht ca 18kg ohne Flaschen. Unterohrtasche ist gefüllt mit Trinkpulver da ich nicht alles trinken kann, wegen einer Unverträglichkeit🌞 Farming |Edge 830 Garmin vario, Nabendynamo von Son mit Beleuchtung von son. Trinkflaschen von Keego 🤩 Zeugs zum aufladen und Gewand Armlinge Beinlinge Daunenjacke und Hose Unterlegsmatte und Bivi.
Name: Roland Schwarz
Cap number: 213
Location: Lower Austria, Austria
Bike: Specialized Diverge Expert Carbon, Di2 GRX 810 and custom 2x gears.
Key items of kit: All bags from Apidura Expedition Series, some stuff from Sea to Summit like airmat and sleeping bag,
Loïc Marin Lamellet
Name: Loïc Marin Lamellet
Cap number: 165
Location: Flumet, France
Bike: Focus Cayo
Key items of kit: Apidura + ByMarion&Quentin bags. K-Lamp EXR1600, Petzl headlamp and Lezyne rear lights.
Name: Andreas @roadbike.andy
Cap number: 49
Location: Lucerne, Switzerland
Bike: Thömus Sliker X Ultimate 2022. Shimano Ultegra Compact 50/34 x 11/34. DT Swiss E1800 20mm rims and Schwalbe Pro One 30mm tyres.
Key items of kit: Ortlieb Handlebar-Pack 15L (sleep stuff, hygiene stuff), frame-pack rolltop (tools, rain jacket, powerbank), seat pack 16L (warm clothes, spare kit). Apidura Racing Top Tube pack 2L (food, cards).
Aerobars are Syntace C3 CLIP Tri L, Garmin Edge 1030, lights are VeloPlus Apollo 2000 and iPhone XR for photos.
Name: Henning Heuer
Cap number: 134
Location: in train
Bike: Steel frame with Campy
Key items of kit: Venn Wheels
Name: Matej Pytlík
Cap number: 179
Location: Bratislava, Slovakia
Bike: Specialized Diverge E5
Key items of kit: Ortlieb Handlebar pack 14L, Ortlieb Frame pack 4L, Apidura frame pack 1L, Ortlieb Seat pack 15L, 3 Bottles some clothing, bike repair kit and flip flops for the beach :)