TriRig has already showcased two large galleries from the Lonestar 70.3 in Galveston, Texas. But as usual, some of the most interesting stories about gear are hidden in the fine details. So I went back into our image files and dug up some of the small bits and pieces that I thought were particularly noteworthy and blew them up for you to see firsthand.
Now this is quite interesting. Tim's E-118 has an integrated aerobar setup, but he's running a standard aerobar in there instead. Argon's official word is that you aren't supposed to use anything but the integrated bar, but I don't know if they had to make Tim some custom hardware, or if the E-118's existing hardware will actually work, and Argon's prohibition is merely precatory. Overall, the E-118 is a decent machine, but I really dislike the nasty loop of exposed cable on the integrated brake, and wish manufacturers would steer clear of doing that, especially on integrated components where it can't be changed.