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Pro Bike: Matt Wilson's Team Type 1 Orbea Ordu, March 23, 2009

Matt Wilson's (Team Type 1) Orbea Ordu
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Orbea opts for a conventional 1 1/8" steerer
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The airfoil-shaped down tube is mated with a diamond profile seat tube.
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Orbea extends the down tube a bit below the shell
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We can't say definitively if this tube shaping is faster
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Even the seatpost and clamp bear matching sharp-edged shapes.
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Orbea carries the fork blade profile
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Rear entry dropouts allow for a close fit between the rear wheel and seat tube.
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Team Type 1 is sponsored by Shimano and PRO
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The straight extensions use a collet system
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Alloy brake levers use a slim profile.
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Like many teams, Team Type 1 steps the component group down a notch
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Wilson's bike is fitted with a 50mm-deep
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…and a Zipp 900 disc out back,
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The Selle Italia SLR T1 saddle
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