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This week’s pro bike profile is Montreal-based Antoine Jolicoeur Desroches’ new Garneau Gennix TR 1 — also known as “The Pink Panther”.

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Desroches has been a Garneau athlete for two years. This Gennix TR 1 Elite, which is the same model used by Lionel Sanders, is Garneau’s high-end TT bike equipped with Shimano Di2 electronic shifting. TMC has tested this bike — we have a full review of it here.

Desroches’ bike was painted in Garneau’s Dreamfactory. The company offers custom painting for all their bikes so athletes can truly create their dream bike, which is painted and assembled with your preferred components at the Quebec headquarters. It’s then delivered to your local bike shop and ready to go, exactly how you envisioned it.

Here are some photos from his Dreamfactory kit and bike customization process:

Components details:

Shimano Pro disc wheel with tubulars

Either Shimano Dura Ace C35, C50 or C75 at the front depending on the conditions

Cobb Max saddle

Profile Design aero bars

Rotor Q-Ring Flow crank — it’s an oval with a 54-39 set-up

Polar Keo power pedals

Polar V650 bike computer