Jennifer Maddock's Guru Crono
Jul 23, 2010  hits 8,632

Specs
  • Guru Crono Custom Geometry
  • Zipp Vuka Aerobars
  • Campagnolo Record Components
  • X-Lab SuperWing Bottle Carriers
Jennifer's custom Crono in Sydney Green

You don't see a whole lot of custom-geometry carbon fiber bike makers out there, and even fewer custom carbon triathlon bikes. So when we caught up with Jennifer Maddock at the 5430 Sprint triathlon in Boulder, Colorado, we knew her ride would be right at home in the "Your Rigs" section of the website.

What the rider says:

"I love my GURU Crono! She's light, handles very well and the custom fit makes long rides a dream. I went with Campagnolo Record components to match my road bike. For other component selections, I trusted the experts at Pro Peloton, my bike shop in Boulder. I couldn't be happier. The Zipp Vuka aerobars are comfortable and easy to remove for shipping. The Mavic Kysrium SL wheels are light, aerodynamic and they easily go from a training ride to race day. GURU offers a great selection of frame colors, and their Sydney Green just jumped out at me. The green is also quite easy to spot in transition."


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