Gloucester Day Two is a SRAM Double Triple
Meredith Miller (3rd – Cal Giant/Specialized), Elle Anderson (1st – Cal Giant/Specialized), and Helen Wyman (2nd – Kona) all ride SRAM RED 22
In unusually sunny temps the annual Gloucester Grand Prix of Cyclocross was another day of RED 22 HydroR podiums. The new groupset, that has redefined braking with its hydraulic disc stopping option, was top three in the men’s race, and first and third in the women’s event. Women’s second place Helen Wyman (Kona) was equipped with RED 22 with Avid Shorty Ultimate cantilever brakes.
- Elle Anderson (Cal Giant/Specialized) takes her fourth win in a row, second at Gloucester.
- Anderson is getting used to raising her arms across the finish.
- Anderson rides with SRAM RED 22 HydroR hydraulic disc brakes, Zipp 303 Firecrest wheels, Zipp Service Course bars, stem, and seat post.
- Jeremy Powers (Rapha-Focus) wasn’t certain he’d want to use SRAM’s HydroR disc brakes until he rode them once.
- Meredith Miller (3rd – Cal Giant/Specialized), Elle Anderson (1st – Cal Giant/Specialized), and Helen Wyman (2nd – Kona) all ride SRAM RED 22
- Tim Johnson (3rd- Cannondale/cyclocrossworld.com), Jeremy Powers (1st – Rapaha-Focus), Ryan Trebon (2nd – Cannondale/cyclocrossworld.com) all ride SRAM RED 22 HydroR hydraulic disc brakes
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