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Andy Jacques-Maynes’ Specialized

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. [nid:85912] 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.[nid:85913]

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AJM's bike: The former Specialized product manager helped design the bike he races.

AJM’s bike: The former Specialized product manager helped design the bike he races.

Photo: Brad Kaminski

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.

AJM's bike: The carbon Roval Alpiniste rims and Dugast tires.

AJM’s bike: The carbon Roval Alpiniste rims and Dugast tires.

Photo: Brad Kaminski

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.

AJM's bike: The right chainstay has a large aluminum-reinforced carbon protector.

AJM’s bike: The right chainstay has a large aluminum-reinforced carbon protector.

Photo: Brad Kaminski

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
Cables: SRAM
Chain: KMC X10 SL
Crank: Specialized carbon
Chainrings: 38×44
Bottom Bracket: Specialized with Enduro ceramic bearings
Headset: hidden, Specialized
Seatpost: Specialized
Saddle: Specialized Body Geometry Phenom
Stem: Specialized
Handlebar: Specialized S-Works SL, short drop
Handlebar tape: Specialized Roubaix
Pedals: Crank Brothers 4-Ti Eggbeaters
Cassette: 12×26 SRAM (not Red)

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