Jerome Clementz Cannondale Jekyll’s from Cannondale over mountain team.
It’s a regular production frame, Hi-mod Carbon, Size M, except that, it has a custom paint.
Note the logo on the personal driver seat tube “to go faster”
The Fox shock DIAD RT2 is also 100% standard and has not undergone any special preparation.
The devil is in the details
His mechanic has blocked the ports for the internal cable derailleur routing with silicone to prevent mud intrusion. The internal passage have been modified to have a continuous sheath from the shifter to the derailleur for better performance and improve reliability in harsh conditions.
Jerome used since May 2012 the Sram XX1 group and participated actively in its development. According to the profile of the race and land, it uses a 34 or 36 ring. It rolls on regular Mavic Crossmax ST series
It also uses a Blackbox Rock Shox fork with a coating specific to SRAM Athletes, reducing friction, since September it also has a specific cartridge and fit joints “by hands” for a significant reduction of friction and therefore improving the sensitivity on impact.
The command post (yes CPT Kirk private joke) is also particularly well, Jerome uses a grip shift left to control the travel and change geometry of the rear shock.
“The grip shift is easier to access and use faster. Besides ca really best on the bike”
Custom handlebar (750 mm wide and 20 rize), is lighter and wider than the range including a special form to facilitate adjustment levers. The Pro model could emerge in the market soon.
Note the short bracket to keep the handling and the perfect integration of the cables, a cockpit ultra sober.
|Jerome Clementz bikecheck|
|frame||Cannondale||Jekyll Hi-mod Medium custom paint|
|shock||Fox Racing Shox||Dyad RT2 150mm|
|fork||Rock Shox||Lyrik 170mm RC2DH Blackbox|
|brakes||Avid||XO Trail 180mm|
|handlebar||Truvativ||Carbon Jerome Clementz 750mm, rise 20mm|
|seatpost||Rock Shox||Reverb Stealth|
|tyres||WTB||2″3 AM TCS Bronson and Weirwolf|