A former road bike product manager at Specialized, Andy Jacques-Maynes has an eye for detail when it comes to bikes, and has the advantage of riding a frame he helped design.
Jacques-Maynes won the 30-34 national cyclocross championships for the second year in a row on Saturday, aboard a carbon Tricross.
The bike features an array of Specialized parts and thanks to the light frame and Roval Alpiniste climbing wheels, weighs in at just 15.2 pounds.
Besides being one of the lightest bikes on the circuit, the Roubaix features threaded attachments for racks and fenders, a rarity on pro-level race bikes. Jacques-Maynes covers the rack attachments, and the bottle cage inserts, with tape to prevent water from getting inside the frame.
Frame: S-Works Tricross, carbon with Zerts inserts in the seatstays
Fork: S-works Tricross with Zerts inserts
Wheels: Roval Alpiniste carbon tubular
Tires: Dugast Typhoon 32
Shifters: SRAM Red
Rear Derailleur: SRAM Red
Front Derailleur: SRAM Red
Brakes: TRP carbon
Brake pads: Swiss Stop
Chain: KMC X10 SL
Crank: Specialized carbon
Bottom Bracket: Specialized with Enduro ceramic bearings
Headset: hidden, Specialized
Saddle: Specialized Body Geometry Phenom
Handlebar: Specialized S-Works SL, short drop
Handlebar tape: Specialized Roubaix
Pedals: Crank Brothers 4-Ti Eggbeaters
Cassette: 12×26 SRAM (not Red)