Michelle Vesterby has had great success here in Kona, climbing as high as fourth place. This year, she's out on the new Cannondale Super Slice, which we first saw last year at Kona being tested (but ultimately not raced) by Andy Potts. This year, several athletes will be on the Super Slice, including Vesterby, on this custom-painted rig. The integrated aerobars also appear to have gotten some tilt hardware by Vision, which wasn't available last year. Her rig is well-appointed with SRAM Red eTap, a Vision Metron crank, and CeramicSpeed bits throughout. Plus a 'Keep Smiling' message on her custom-painted helmet, which Vesterby is clearly keeping in mind :-)

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