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J.J. Haedo’s race winning Cervelo

You don’t need to tell J.J. Haedo to harden up — he’s tough enough; he’s racing in Georgia with a broken wrist. He’s got a little extra tape on his bars to soften the ride as well as on his wrist as a brace, but that’s it. He’s a tough guy. As for his bike, it’s a pretty standard issue. VeloNewsTechnical Editor Matt Pacocha checked it out Tuesday.

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By Matt Pacocha

Race winner J.J. Haedo’s spare Soloist Carbon ready for the ride.

Photo: Matt Pacocha

You don’t need to tell J.J. Haedo to harden up — he’s tough enough; he’s racing in Georgia with a broken wrist. He’s got a little extra tape on his bars to soften the ride as well as on his wrist as a brace, but that’s it. He’s a tough guy. As for his bike, it’s a pretty standard issue.

VeloNewsTechnical Editor Matt Pacocha checked it out Tuesday.

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