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Maurits Lammertink's Canyon Ultimate CF Evo - Gallery

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Maurits Lammertink is again aboard a bright red Canyon

Maurits Lammertink is again aboard a bright red Canyon (Image credit: Colin Levitch / Immediate Media)
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Lammertink's alloy stem

Lammertink's alloy stem (Image credit: Colin Levitch / Immediate Media)
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Canyon's Aeroad uses direct mount brakes, which SRAM does not make, luckily the Ultimate doesn't suffer the same issue

Canyon's Aeroad uses direct mount brakes, which SRAM does not make, luckily the Ultimate doesn't suffer the same issue (Image credit: Colin Levitch / Immediate Media)
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SwissStop stoppers for Lammertink

SwissStop stoppers for Lammertink (Image credit: Colin Levitch / Immediate Media)
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Lammertink's cockpit is clean with no shift wires or cables

Lammertink's cockpit is clean with no shift wires or cables (Image credit: Colin Levitch / Immediate Media)
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In case you were wondering, here are the measurements on Lammertink's seatpost

In case you were wondering, here are the measurements on Lammertink's seatpost (Image credit: Colin Levitch / Immediate Media)
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Last year Katusha were using a cut up water bottle with a bolt through it as number holders, this year they've upgraded

Last year Katusha were using a cut up water bottle with a bolt through it as number holders, this year they've upgraded (Image credit: Colin Levitch / Immediate Media)
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Lammertink is rolling on Continental Competition Pro LTD tubs

Lammertink is rolling on Continental Competition Pro LTD tubs (Image credit: Colin Levitch / Immediate Media)
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Lammertink chooses the Look Keo 2 Max carbon pedals over the, popular in the pro peloton, Keo Blades

Lammertink chooses the Look Keo 2 Max carbon pedals over the, popular in the pro peloton, Keo Blades (Image credit: Colin Levitch / Immediate Media)
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There are a few war wounds on Lammertink's shifters

There are a few war wounds on Lammertink's shifters (Image credit: Colin Levitch / Immediate Media)
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Yet another team using K-Edge mounts

Yet another team using K-Edge mounts (Image credit: Colin Levitch / Immediate Media)
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Katusha is the only SRAM sponsored team on the WordTour

Katusha is the only SRAM sponsored team on the WordTour (Image credit: Colin Levitch / Immediate Media)
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No wires, no problem

No wires, no problem (Image credit: Colin Levitch / Immediate Media)
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Zipp says its 454 NSW wheels are inspired by the tubercles found on humpback whale's pectoral fins

Zipp says its 454 NSW wheels are inspired by the tubercles found on humpback whale's pectoral fins (Image credit: Colin Levitch / Immediate Media)
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The setback on the Canyon S13 seatpost is customisable

The setback on the Canyon S13 seatpost is customisable (Image credit: Colin Levitch / Immediate Media)
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2018 is Lammertink's second year with Katusha

2018 is Lammertink's second year with Katusha (Image credit: Colin Levitch / Immediate Media)
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Katusha's bikes may have been the cleanest we saw in the pits at TDU

Katusha's bikes may have been the cleanest we saw in the pits at TDU (Image credit: Colin Levitch / Immediate Media)
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Tacx Deva bottle cages looking after Lammertink's drinks

Tacx Deva bottle cages looking after Lammertink's drinks (Image credit: Colin Levitch / Immediate Media)
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Katusha is using custom red and baby blue Selle Italia saddles this year

Katusha is using custom red and baby blue Selle Italia saddles this year (Image credit: Colin Levitch / Immediate Media)
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Katusha is the only WorldTour team using Quarq's new D-Zero power meter

Katusha is the only WorldTour team using Quarq's new D-Zero power meter (Image credit: Colin Levitch / Immediate Media)

This article originally appeared on BikeRadar

Dutch rider Maurits Lammertink is back with Katusha-Alpecin in 2018, and is once again aboard a bright red Canyon Ultimate.

Riding a size XS frame (529mm top tube), Lammertink's bike has some war wounds with scratches on the derailleur and shifters, so it would appear the team used last year's bikes for the Tour Down Under.

As the only SRAM sponsored team on the WorldTour, Lammertink's bike is clad with the brand's wireless Red eTap drivetrain, Quarq power meter and Zipp wheels.

At the front, Lammertink is riding 53/39t chainrings, short 170mm cranks and Quarq's new DZero power meter. Moving to the back, an eTap rear derailleur looks after the shifting with a Force PG-1170 cassette.

 

Katusa is the only WorldTour team using Quarq's new D-Zero powermeter

Lammertink is rolling on the whale-inspired Zipp 454 NSW wheels, where the Sawtooth profile is claimed to help to alleviate the buffeting caused by crosswinds. His race wheels are finished with 25mm Conti Competition Pro LTD tubs, and when it comes to stopping, Katusha is on SwissStop brake pads.

The cockpit is Canyon branded with a generic looking alloy stem and 400mm H32 Ergo CF bars, completed by a K-Edge Race mount.

Katusha is riding custom red and baby blue Selle Italia saddles for 2018, with Lammertink choosing the SLR Team Edition.

 

Katusha is using custom red and baby blue Selle Italia saddles this year

When it comes to pedals, Lammertink chooses the relatively basic Look Keo 2 Max carbon pedals over the flashier Keo Blades.

Click or swipe through the gallery above for a detailed look at the Dutchman's candy apple red racer.

Complete bike specifications

  • Frame: Canyon Ultimate CF Evo, size XS
  • Fork: Canyon One Four Evo
  • Front brake: SRAM Red
  • Rear brake: SRAM Red
  • Brake/shift levers: SRAM Red eTap
  • Front derailleur: SRAM Red eTap
  • Rear derailleur: SRAM Red eTap
  • Cassette: SRAM Force PG-1170 11-28T
  • Chain: SRAM Red 22
  • Crankset: SRAM Red, 172.5
  • Power meter: Quarq D-Zero
  • Wheels: Zipp 454 NSW
  • Tyres: Continental Competition Pro LTD, 25mm
  • Handlebars: Canyon H32 Ergo CF
  • Stem: Canyon alloy, 115mm
  • Tape/grips: Canyon Erospeed Gel
  • Pedals: Look Keo 2 Max carbon
  • Saddle: Selle Italia SLR Team Edition
  • Seatpost: Canyon S13 CF
  • Bottle cages: Tacx Deva
  • Other accessories: K-Edge Race Mount

Critical measurements

  • Rider's weight: 59kg
  • Rider's height: 1.7m
  • Saddle height, from bottom bracket (c-t): 710mm
  • Seat tube length: 467mm
  • Tip of saddle nose to centre of handlebars: 550mm
  • Head tube length: 113mm
  • Top tube length: 529mm
  • Total bike weight: 7.07kg