Pro Bike Profile: Ryan Trebon’s Cannondale SuperX

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New Cannondale p/b CyclocrossWorld signee Ryan Trebon received his custom-made cantilever brake-equipped Cannondale SuperX carbon cyclocross bikes a month ago, but had his first chance to race them to glory just this Tuesday at the Raleigh Midsummer Night Cyclocross race in Deer Valley, Utah. He seized that opportunity to land his first cyclocross victory aboard his carbon fiber 2013 Cannondale SuperX cyclocross bike.

Ryan Trebon's new custom Cannondale SuperX cantilever brake carbon cyclocross bike.  © Cyclocross Magazine

Ryan Trebon's new custom Cannondale SuperX cantilever brake carbon cyclocross bike. © Cyclocross Magazine

Cyclocross Magazine took a quick look at the giant SuperX bike that was custom-made by Cannondale for the 6′ 5″ tall rider.  Trebon has kept many of the same equipment sponsors as last year, including Zipp 303 wheels, SRAM Red drivetrain, Avid Shorty Ultimate brakes, Clement tires, and a Zipp Service Course handlebar and stem from his Felt F1x of last season. Since Cannondale’s stock sizing doesn’t accommodate a rider of his height, Trebon had Cannondale build several custom-made SuperX frames for this season, but it was an easy process as he had a lot of input in the geometry of his previous Kona and Felt carbon fiber frames, and much of the geometry carried over. Trebon will have both cantilever and disc brake SuperX frames this season, but his disc brake models haven’t arrived yet. Trebon says he’ll likely be riding disc brakes most of this season.

Ryan Trebon (Cannondale-Clement) won his first cx race on his Cannondale SuperX. 2012 Raleigh Midsummer Night Cyclocross Race. @Cyclocross Magazine

Ryan Trebon (Cannondale-Clement) shows off his Cannondale SuperX to the fans at the barriers at the 2012 Raleigh Midsummer Night Cyclocross Race. @ Cyclocross Magazine

Trebon opts for the Shimano XTR M970 pedals, and a long, titanium bolt-equipped Truvativ Stylo T40 400mm seatpost to accommodate his huge inseam and 930mm seat height. At the Raleigh Midsummer Night race, Trebon opted for Clement’s PDX tubulars, pumped up higher than normal due to the many rocks found on the Deer Valley course.

See the photo gallery below for more details on Ryan Trebon’s Cannondale SuperX.

Ryan Trebon’s 2013 Cannondale SuperX Cyclocross Bike:

 

Bike Specs:
Frame:
Cannondale High-Mod Ballistec Carbon Construction, SAVE Micro Suspension System rear stays, BB30
Fork:  SuperX,​ ​BallisTec ​Hi-​MOD ​full ​carbon,​ ​1-​1/​8″​ ​to ​1-​1/​4″​ ​tapered steerer
Handlebar: Zipp Service Course SL, 44cm
Stem: Zipp Service Course SL
Brakes: Avid Shorty Ultimate, low profile configuration, with non-standard 3-bolt yoke
Wheelset: Zipp 303 Firecrest
Tires: Clement PDX tubular tires, 700x33c
Shifters: SRAM Red
Rear Derailleur: SRAM Red
Front Derailleur: SRAM Red
Crankset: SRAM Red, 39/46 chainrings, 177.5mm, BB30
Cassette: PG-1070 11-26t
Chain: SRAM PC-1091
Seatpost: Truvativ Stylo T40 – 0mm setback
Saddle: Selle San Marco Concor Lite

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