Todd Kenyon's Kestrel 4000 SL

 Oct 8, 2010

Specs
  • Kestrel 4000 SL
  • Zipp Vuka Aerobar
  • SRAM R2C shifters
  • SRAM Quarq powermeter
  • Adamo Race saddle
  • Speedfil hydration
  • Fuelbelt bento box
Todd Kenyon with his Kestrel 4000 SL

Todd Kenyon is the founder of TTbikefit.com, an online bike fitting service which analyzes user-submitted videos in order to adjust and optimize bike fit. Todd rides the Kestrel 4000 SL, a bike he's previewed on his own site in the process of setting them up for some of his customers. He's running a pretty high-end setup: Zipp aerobars, a SRAM Quarq powermeter, SRAM Red and R2C components, and an Adamo Race saddle.


Tags » hawaii2010,  rigs,  ttbikefit
  • Todd Kenyon with his Kestrel 4000 bike.
  • Todd runs a Speedfil hydration system on his ride.
  • His Speedfil straw goes all the way up to his handlebars, a nice choice.

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