Newly-crowned British Hill Climb National Champion Dan Evans showed us his title-winning machine after conquering the Pea Royd Lane climb in South Yorkshire on Sunday.
Evans' 2013 Cannondale Supersix Evo Dura-Ace Di2 tips the scales at just over 5kg, or 11lbs.
Welshman Dan Evans takes British hill climb title as Maryka Sennema defends women's crown in South Yorkshire
Images from the 2014 British Hill Climb National Championships held on Pea Royd Lane, South Yorkshire. Photos by Andy Jones
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