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Anna Meares' world record breaking BT Stealth

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Anna Meares' world record breaking BT Stealth

Anna Meares' world record breaking BT Stealth (Image credit: Greg Johnson)
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The trackie's favourite:

The trackie's favourite: (Image credit: Greg Johnson)
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The trackie's favourite:

The trackie's favourite: (Image credit: Greg Johnson)
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Comfort is all important

Comfort is all important (Image credit: Greg Johnson)
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SRM take care of the power measurement

SRM take care of the power measurement (Image credit: Greg Johnson)
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The Australian track cycling team's sprocket collection

The Australian track cycling team's sprocket collection (Image credit: Greg Johnson)
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Anna Meares' world record breaking BT Stealth (Note: Time trial bars have been swapped for standard bars in this photo)

Anna Meares' world record breaking BT Stealth (Note: Time trial bars have been swapped for standard bars in this photo) (Image credit: Greg Johnson/Cyclingnews)
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Subtle naming on the seat tube.

Subtle naming on the seat tube. (Image credit: Greg Johnson/Cyclingnews)
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Arb

Arb (Image credit: Greg Johnson/Cyclingnews)
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Vittoria EVO CL Gold tubulars were specially designed for the Athens Olympics

Vittoria EVO CL Gold tubulars were specially designed for the Athens Olympics (Image credit: Greg Johnson/Cyclingnews)
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The trackie's favourite: Shimano SPD-R pedals with custom strap attached.

The trackie's favourite: Shimano SPD-R pedals with custom strap attached. (Image credit: Greg Johnson/Cyclingnews)
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Special colour scheme from Australian frame manufacturer Bike Technologies

Special colour scheme from Australian frame manufacturer Bike Technologies (Image credit: Greg Johnson/Cyclingnews)
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Tight squeeze: The rear disc runs exceptionally close to the chainstays for maximum aerodynamic benefit.

Tight squeeze: The rear disc runs exceptionally close to the chainstays for maximum aerodynamic benefit. (Image credit: Greg Johnson/Cyclingnews)
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Comfort is all important - even for 33.944 seconds.

Comfort is all important - even for 33.944 seconds. (Image credit: Greg Johnson/Cyclingnews)
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Possibly the first world record to be monitored by an SRM power meter.

Possibly the first world record to be monitored by an SRM power meter. (Image credit: Greg Johnson/Cyclingnews)
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High modulus carbon fibre increases frame stiffness.

High modulus carbon fibre increases frame stiffness. (Image credit: Greg Johnson/Cyclingnews)
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The beefed up head tube featuring road-style integrated headset and 1 1/8 inch steerer.

The beefed up head tube featuring road-style integrated headset and 1 1/8 inch steerer. (Image credit: Greg Johnson/Cyclingnews)
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Incredible attention to detail: each identical wheel is put through a series of tests and ranked accordingly.

Incredible attention to detail: each identical wheel is put through a series of tests and ranked accordingly. (Image credit: Greg Johnson/Cyclingnews)
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Meares' time trial handlebars were switched over to a standard pair for the afternoon's team sprint - she won that too.

Meares' time trial handlebars were switched over to a standard pair for the afternoon's team sprint - she won that too. (Image credit: Greg Johnson/Cyclingnews)
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Steel's out: carbon bars are increasingly visible on today's track bikes.

Steel's out: carbon bars are increasingly visible on today's track bikes. (Image credit: Greg Johnson/Cyclingnews)
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The Australian track cycling team's sprocket collection - this lot is worth a cool AUD$10,000.

The Australian track cycling team's sprocket collection - this lot is worth a cool AUD$10,000. (Image credit: Greg Johnson/Cyclingnews)
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Shimano Dura-Ace sprockets are sent to Japan for special treatment.

Shimano Dura-Ace sprockets are sent to Japan for special treatment. (Image credit: Greg Johnson/Cyclingnews)

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