If you haven’t heard the name Emma Pallant-Browne this year, then you haven’t been paying attention. She’s been on a hot streak with wins at Rev3 Williamsburg, Alcatraz, 70.3 Boulder, and 70.3 Florida. The British athlete is definitely one to watch this weekend, and we’ve got a close look at her slippery-fast Specialized Shiv.
Emma Pallant-Browne’s size medium Specialized Shiv Disc takes full advantage of an integrated hydration system that stores fluids in the rear of the bike’s frame.
Pallant-Browne will be riding an S-Works Sitero 133mm saddle.
Pallant-Browne’s ultra-compact and narrow setup uses Drag2Zero carbon fiber arm rests.
The Drag2Zero extensions feature a textured grip.
Pallant-Browne will be tracking her data with the Wahoo Elemnt Bolt 2 mounted between her aerobars.
Hydraulic disc brakes stop Emma Pallant-Browne’s Specialized Shiv, while she shifts with electronic SRAM Red AXS 12-speed.
The unique cockpit and airflow design sets the Shiv Disc apart from other superbikes’ integrated front ends.
Pallant-Browne is using 26c S-Works Turbo cotton tires for St. George.
For this course, Pallant-Browne elected to go with a Roval 321 Disc in the rear and Rapide CLX in the front.
Pallant-Browne’s 12-speed cassette is a SRAM Red 10-33.
Like many of her competitors, Pallant-Browne is using a 1x setup with 172.5mm Quarq power meter cranks and a 50t chainring.