Anne Haug has been on our radar for some time now. She reached out to us a couple years ago looking for help with aerobars, and rode our Alpha X system for some time. This year, she has moved over to Cervelo, and is riding the new P5 Disc which has its own integrated bars. But she brought along our Gamma extensions which put her arms just where she wants them.

Her rig is pretty straightforward, most of it integrated into the P5. But there's a very odd-looking hydration system up front. I'm not exactly sure what it is, or who made it. It's a bit bulky, and I think Anne could do better here. Regardless, we wish her the best on Saturday!

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