This is Chloé Dygert’s 2020 time trial bicycle. Chloé has won 10 world championships over the past years and is one of the cyclists from Twenty20 Pro Cycling team.
Based on a 54 cm Felt DA Frame has Joe Savola build this time trial bicycle. SRAM, Zipp and Kenda provided other essential parts of this machine.
Specifications time trial bicycle
To make this bicycle as light as possible and is aloud by the UCI. This time trial bicycle is mainly made from carbon fiber, the Zipp wheels and the SRAM components are make this an absolute monster on two wheels.
Frame: Felt DA
Components: SRAM RED eTap AXS
Base Bar: Zipp Vuka Aero integrated aero bar
Extensions: Zipp Vuka Shift AXS 90 Integrated Aerobar shifting system
Cranks: SRAM RED AXS Power Meter
Crank Length: 172.5mm
Chainring: SRAM AXS Aero 52t
Cassette: SRAM RED XG-1290 10-28t
Chain: SRAM RED with Flattop technology
Pedals: Custom gold plated Speedplay Zero Aero pedals with 53mm spindle
Saddle: Velo Angel TT Special edition with carbon rails 241×143
Wheel – Rear: Zipp Super-9 carbon tubeless rim-brake Disc
Wheel – Front: Zipp 858 NSW carbon tubeless rim-brake
Tires: Kenda Valkyrie TLR Pro 700c x 25mm
About Chloé Dygert
Chloé Dygert is born in 1997 at Brownsburg, Indiana. Her current city is Port Orchard, Washington. Chloé’s climb in the sport of cycling has been swift, competing in her first road cycling event in May of 2013 and two months later standing on the podium of every Junior (15-16) Nationals road cycling event. Chloé was sidelined by a torn ACL in 2014, but returned in 2015 to not only become the Junior (17-18) National Champion, but also the Junior World Champion in both the time trial and road races.
After Chloé’s 2015 breakout season, she was invited by USA Cycling to learn how to ride the track and to potentially become a member of the USA Olympic Women’s Pursuit Team. In March of 2016,Chloé and her pursuit teammates took home the UCI World Championship title, the first ever in USA Cycling history, men or women. Then qualified for the Olympic Games in Rio where she and the team pursuit squad won a silver medal. In 2017, Chloé added two more world titles to her name. In 2018, Chloé added two more world titles to her name and a world record in the individual pursuit.
Photos of the time trail bicycle
Photographer Barbara Kreisle Photography made the photos of this time trial bicycle from world champ Chloé Dygert.