A close-up look at the Diamondback Serios F American Matt Russell will ride at Saturday's Ironman World Championship.

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Matt Russell’s Diamondback Serios F replaces the Andean he was riding when he struck a car during the race in Kona last year. Photo: Oliver Baker
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Matt uses Speedplay Zero Aero pedals. Photo: Oliver Baker
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For Kona this year, Matt will be running a 56-42 chainring. Photo: Oliver Baker
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Matt’s rear derailleur sports a massive 16-tooth CeramicSpeed pulley. Photo: Oliver Baker
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Matt uses the Serios’ built-on nutrition carrier for his caloric needs. Photo: Oliver Baker
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Featuring a fairly stock front-end, Matt’s bike has Hed’s one-piece Corsair aerobars with ski bends. Photo: Oliver Baker
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For hydration, Matt’s using Torhans’ AERO30 front-mount system. Photo: Oliver Baker
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Matt uses the Adamo Prologue with additional behind-the-seat hydration. Photo: Oliver Baker
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Hidden under the bottom bracket, Matt’s setup uses TriRig Omega X brakes. Photo: Oliver Baker
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Up front, Matt uses TriRig Omega X aero brakes as well. Photo: Oliver Baker
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Like many pros, Matt uses 23mm clincher Continental GP 4000s II on his Knight 65 wheels. Photo: Oliver Baker
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Matt’s data is communicated via a top-mounted Polar M460 bike computer. Photo: Oliver Baker

A close-up look at the Diamondback Serios F American Matt Russell will ride at Saturday’s Ironman World Championship.