Kona Pro Bike: Linsey Corbin’s Trek Speed Concept

Linsey Corbin's Trek Speed Concept

The Trek Speed Concept of American professional triathlete Linsey Corbin. Photo: Oliver Baker

Linsey Corbin's Trek Speed Concept

Corbin’s Trek Speed Concept features a Bontrager Hilo Pro saddle with carbon rails. A single bottle cage is tucked neatly behind her, reducing wind drag while keeping hydration close at hand. Photo: Oliver Baker

Linsey Corbin's Trek Speed Concept

Corbin will race using a Quarq DFour power meter paired with Shimano 55-42 11-speed chainrings. Speedplay Zero pedals round out the drivetrain. Photo: Oliver Baker

Linsey Corbin's Trek Speed Concept

The brake calipers on Trek’s Speed Concept are sleekly integrated into the crown of the front fork assembly. Trek calls this particular color “Radioactive Yellow” and it really stands out. Photo: Oliver Baker

Linsey Corbin's Trek Speed Concept

Linsey Corbin has chosen Shimano’s 9100 series Di2 electronic groupset for her Trek Speed Concept to tackle this year’s Hawaii Ironman. Photo: Oliver Baker

Linsey Corbin's Trek Speed Concept

Linsey Corbin has chosen Shimano’s 9100 series Di2 electronic groupset for her Trek Speed Concept to tackle this year’s Hawaii Ironman. Photo: Oliver Baker

Linsey Corbin's Trek Speed Concept

The frame of the Trek Speed Concept is unique in that it extends down past the bottom bracket to better shroud the rear brake and part of the rear wheel from the wind. Photo: Oliver Baker

Linsey Corbin's Trek Speed Concept

The cockpit on Linsey Corbin’s Trek Speed Concept features a between-the-arms (BTA) bottle cage for an aero advantage and easy hydration access, Bontrager Speed Concept Mono Bar Extension allowing for a precise fit and hand position, and a Garmin Edge 520 head unit to report performance metrics. Photo: Oliver Baker

Linsey Corbin's Trek Speed Concept

Bontrager’s Speed Concept Speed Box II integrates perfectly with the Trek Speed Concept’s top tube and provides easy access to nutrition and other essentials come race day, all without leaving the aero position. Photo: Oliver Baker

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