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Brent McMahon’s Blue Axino SL

Brent McMahon's Blue Competition Cycles Axino SL

A 2004 Olympian, Brent McMahon managed to make the 2012 Canadian Olympic team despite a career-threatening knee injury that came from a leg-length discrepancy that sidelined him for 18 months. Thanks to a brilliant 2011 and 2012 racing campaign that saw him win his first world cup win at Tiszaujvaros, Hungary, McMahon earned himself the opportunity to represent Canada on the Olympic stage once again.

The silver medalist from the 2007 Pan American games earned a hard-fought 27th place finish at the Olympics. He’s been coached for the last 16 years by LifeSport’s Lance Watson. His focus will now turn to “non-drafting Olympic and 70.3 distance races and Xterra.”

Frame: Blue Axion SL matte black with custom red maple leaf
Bar, Stem & Seatpost: Aerus Composite
Components: SRAM Red
Saddle: Prologo Nago Evo TTR
Wheels: Zipp 404 Firecrest
Tires: Schwalbe
Power Meter: SRAM SRM
Pedals: Look Carbon Keo
Water Bottle Cages: Aerus Force 1 Carbon