Kona Pro Bike: Linsey Corbin’s Trek Speed Concept

Linsey Corbin's Trek Speed Concept
Photographed at the Big Island’s “End of The World” lava field, Linsey Corbin’s brand new Trek Speed Concept Project One ICON Team features a striking chrome pearl paint job. Photo: Oliver Baker
Linsey Corbin's Trek Speed Concept
Switching from a smaller sized bike for 2018, Linsey will race on Saturday with a medium frame. Photo: Oliver Baker
Linsey Corbin's Trek Speed Concept
Linsey’s cockpit sports Bontrager’s Low/Far stem with a 15mm spacer and Bontrager Mono plug-in aerobar adapter with ski bend extensions. Photo: Oliver Baker
Linsey Corbin's Trek Speed Concept
Anticipating Kona’s heavy crosswinds, Linsey is running a 60mm Bontrager Aeolus XXX 6 tubular front wheel. Photo: Oliver Baker
Linsey Corbin's Trek Speed Concept
Linsey’s gorgeous ICON paint job has hints of red woven within the chrome pearl. Photo: Oliver Baker
Linsey Corbin's Trek Speed Concept
The seat storage behind the top tube perfectly matches the paint scheme of the rest of the frame. Photo: Oliver Baker
Linsey Corbin's Trek Speed Concept
Linsey runs a Quarq DFour91 GXP power meter with 165mm cranks and a 55×42 chainring. Photo: Oliver Baker
Linsey Corbin's Trek Speed Concept
Linsey’s ski bend extensions provide easy access to Di2 shifters. Photo: Oliver Baker
Linsey Corbin's Trek Speed Concept
Shimano 9100 DI2 components throughout. Photo: Oliver Baker
Linsey Corbin's Trek Speed Concept
Linsey’s cassette range of choice for the Big Island will be 11-28. Photo: Oliver Baker
Linsey Corbin's Trek Speed Concept
Unlike many other pros, Linsey chooses to run 23mm Bontrager R4 320 tubular tires for race day. Photo: Oliver Baker
Linsey Corbin's Trek Speed Concept
The lower cowling on Linsey’s Speed concept creates airflow around an otherwise turbulent rear wheel. Photo: Oliver Baker
Linsey Corbin's Trek Speed Concept
Linsey uses nearly all Bontrager equipment, including a Bontrager Speed Concept Bottle cage (BTA) for hydration. Photo: Oliver Baker
Linsey Corbin's Trek Speed Concept
Appropriate for the Big Island, Linsey uses Bontager’s Hilo Pro carbon saddle for the long day on the Queen K. Photo: Oliver Baker

Get a close-up look at the Trek Speed Concept Project One ICON American Linsey Corbin will ride at this Saturday’s Ironman World Championship.