Winner of his seventh Three Peaks title recently, Rob Jebb shows us his bike of choice for the season.
This year Rob is riding an aluminium Cannondale CX9 with Shimano Dura-Ace components, apart from TRP cantilever brakes and a Hope bottom bracket.
Notable components for the rigours of cyclo-cross are the Gore Ride-On sealed cable system and Mavic Reflex 32-hole sprint rims.
This is a bike designed to do more than just survive a one-hour muddy cross race, as was conclusively shown by Rob?s performance in the Peaks.
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