Oct 11, 2018 article & images by Nick Salazar

Michelle Vesterby has always looked good on the bike, and that hasn't changed this year. She's absolutely right on her Argon18 E119 rig, taking advantage of its integrated storage and hydration solutions, also rocking some upgrades from Vision (with the gorgeous Metron aero crank), Ceramicspeed, and also using Argon18's prototype aerostick measurement device up front. She's riding Vision's Wireless Electronic drivetrain and wheels, Zipp extensions, and keeps everything nice and clean. There's a round bottle on her frame, but we expect that will be replaced by an aero bottle for race day.

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