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Ryan Trebon’s Kona Major Jake

Ryan Trebon's Kona Major Jake is very similar to the mount that he's been racing on for the last few years, except for the change to Challenge tubular this season. Trebon also switched from 175 to 177.5 mm cranks this fall just before the Gloucester, Massachusetts, race. He says the longer cranks help him get the full benefit of his size. [nid:85926] Ryan Trebon's Kona Frame: Kona Major Jake scandium, 63cm Fork: Alpha Q CX20 Wheels: FSA Carbon RD488 tubular Shifters: Dura-Ace 7800 Brakes: KORE Brake pads: Swissstop

Trebon's Kona: A 63cm frame, with a lot of seatpost showin'.

Trebon’s Kona: A 63cm frame, with a lot of seatpost showin’.

Photo: Brad Kaminski

Ryan Trebon’s Kona Major Jake is very similar to the mount that he’s been racing on for the last few years, except for the change to Challenge tubular this season.

Trebon also switched from 175 to 177.5 mm cranks this fall just before the Gloucester, Massachusetts, race. He says the longer cranks help him get the full benefit of his size.

Trebon's Kona: Trebon runs FSA aluminum stem, handlebars and seatpost. He prefers his handlebar tilted farther down than many.

Trebon’s Kona: Trebon runs FSA aluminum stem, handlebars and seatpost. He prefers his handlebar tilted farther down than many.

Photo: Brad Kaminski

Ryan Trebon’s Kona
Frame: Kona Major Jake scandium, 63cm
Fork: Alpha Q CX20
Wheels: FSA Carbon RD488 tubular
Shifters: Dura-Ace 7800
Brakes: KORE
Brake pads: Swissstop
Rear Derailleur: Dura-Ace 7800
Front Derailleur: Dura-Ace 7800
Cables: Shimano
Chain: Shimano
Crank: FSA Sl-K Light, 177.5mm
Chainrings: 39×46 FSA
Bottom Bracket: FSA ceramic bearing MegaExo
Headset: FSA Orbit
Seatpost: FSA FR200 alloy
Saddle: Selle San Marco Concor Light
Stem: FSA 130mm
Handlebar: FSA Energy
Pedals: Shimano XTR
Cassette: Shimano Dura-Ace 12-25
Tires: Challenge Grifo 32 tubular

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