Pro Bike: Tim O’Donnell’s Trek Speed Concept

A look at the Trek Speed Concept American Tim O’Donnell will ride at Saturday’s Ironman World Championship.

Tim O'Donnell's Trek Speed Concept
Tim O’Donnell is on a brand new Trek Speed Concept, size large. Photo: Brad Kaminski
Tim O'Donnell's Trek Speed Concept
There is a 45mm extension spacer used on the Bontrager cockpit set-up. Photo: Brad Kaminski
Tim O'Donnell's Trek Speed Concept
Carbon fiber arm pad holders. Photo: Brad Kaminski
Tim O'Donnell's Trek Speed Concept
The Bontrager Speed Concept integrated brakeset is part of the Bontrager non UCI base bar. Photo: Brad Kaminski
Tim O'Donnell's Trek Speed Concept
SRAM extension end shifters are positioned for easy shifting. Photo: Brad Kaminski
Tim O'Donnell's Trek Speed Concept
O’Donnell will be using the SRAM eTap 12 speed drivetrain. Photo: Brad Kaminski
Tim O'Donnell's Trek Speed Concept
A SRAM junction box that controls the shifing is attached to the Bontrager low/far stem. Photo: Brad Kaminski
Tim O'Donnell's Trek Speed Concept
An Elite downtube aero bottle up front. Photo: Brad Kaminski
Tim O'Donnell's Trek Speed Concept
Another Elite aero bottle is mounted behind the saddle. Photo: Brad Kaminski
Tim O'Donnell's Trek Speed Concept
A custom mount was fabricated to attach the saddle mounted water bottle. Photo: Brad Kaminski
Tim O'Donnell's Trek Speed Concept
Trek has intgrated sleek storage behind the seatpost. Photo: Brad Kaminski
Tim O'Donnell's Trek Speed Concept
Tim O’Donnell will be rolling on a new Bontrager XX8 tubular wheelset. Photo: Brad Kaminski
Tim O'Donnell's Trek Speed Concept
Stylish and supple are the tan sidewalled Victoria Corsa 23mm tubular tires: Brad Kaminski
Tim O'Donnell's Trek Speed Concept
O’Donnell uses Garmin Vector pedals to pair with his Garmin head unit to measure power. Photo: Brad Kaminski
Tim O'Donnell's Trek Speed Concept
Up front there is a SRAM AXS 50×37 crankset, with 167.5mm crankarms. Photo: Brad Kaminski
Tim O'Donnell's Trek Speed Concept
Tim O’Donnell’s gearing choice fro Kona is a 12 speed 10-26 cassette. Photo: Brad Kaminski
Tim O'Donnell's Trek Speed Concept
A Cobb Fifty-Five saddle. Photo: Brad Kaminski
Tim O'Donnell's Trek Speed Concept
O’Donnell uses a Garmin computer mounted between his extensions. Photo: Brad Kaminski