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Linsey Corbin's Trek Speed Concept
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Feb 8, 2012  hits 63,933

Although this bike is mostly stock, it does have some little custom bits just for Ms. Corbin.  This slogan was put on before the clearcoat.
Although this bike is mostly stock, it does have some little custom bits just for Ms. Corbin. This slogan was put on before the clearcoat.

Linsey Corbin has been aboard a Scott Plasma 3 for the past couple seasons, but just signed with Trek and will be riding the Speed Concept for 2012. I caught up with her in Boulder where she was getting her training bike set up at the Retul studios with Mat Steinmetz. Read the full article for a video interview with Linsey.


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  • Mat Steinmetz talks about the finer points of getting comfortable in your aerobars.
  • ISM gives Linsey some custom love with her bullhorn insignia painted right on the leather.
  • Although this bike is mostly stock, it does have some little custom bits just for Ms. Corbin.  This slogan was put on before the clearcoat.
  • Linsey surveys her Trek Speed Concept
  • Mat Steinmetz put Corbin onto Trek's lowest stem, the 100/10.
  • Mat adjusts the aerobars.
  • Retul's Zin tool measures all the fit points of the bike so that they can be easily repeated on future setups.
  • Every contact point gets Zinned - shifters, extensions, pads, saddle, and even the crank, which serves as the point of reference..
  • Steinmetz gets the pads adjusted.
  • Typical Linsey Corbin: all smiles.
  • Steinmetz is a trusted fitter among the pros, and helps them dial in their positions over the course of the season.
  • Linsey Corbin puts the power down on her Trek Speed Concept
  • Trek brought a video crew along with them, to get Linsey in action.
  • No question whose bike this is.
  • Linsey paid a close eye to her fit numbers as they came up on the Retul screen to her right.
  • Linsey looks happy and ready for the season.

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