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The Green Hornet

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Up close on the green machine

Up close on the green machine (Image credit: Mark Zalewski)
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Note the cutaway seat tube

Note the cutaway seat tube (Image credit: Mark Zalewski)
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HED's Aerobars

HED's Aerobars (Image credit: Mark Zalewski)
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Fi'zi:k's Arione saddle

Fi'zi:k's Arione saddle (Image credit: Mark Zalewski)
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Chris Horner's custom Lemond, cradled in the arms of Webcor team manager Jay Gump.

Chris Horner's custom Lemond, cradled in the arms of Webcor team manager Jay Gump. (Image credit: Mark Zalewski/Cyclingnews.com)
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Lemond was in a race against a clock for a bike designed to race against the clock!

Lemond was in a race against a clock for a bike designed to race against the clock! (Image credit: Mark Zalewski/Cyclingnews.com)
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Note the cutaway seat tube for improved aerodynamics.

Note the cutaway seat tube for improved aerodynamics. (Image credit: Mark Zalewski/Cyclingnews.com)
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Inside the cockpit with HED's Aerobar providing the navigation.

Inside the cockpit with HED's Aerobar providing the navigation. (Image credit: Mark Zalewski/Cyclingnews.com)
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HED's carbon tri-spoke wheel is used up front coupled with Bontrager's Race X-Lite tyre.

HED's carbon tri-spoke wheel is used up front coupled with Bontrager's Race X-Lite tyre. (Image credit: Mark Zalewski/Cyclingnews.com)
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At the rear, Bontrager's Race X Lite TT carbon disc wheel and Vredestein rubber make rollin' along ever so easy.

At the rear, Bontrager's Race X Lite TT carbon disc wheel and Vredestein rubber make rollin' along ever so easy. (Image credit: Mark Zalewski/Cyclingnews.com)
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A close-up of the Bontrager Race X Lite TT carbon disc wheel; a consequence of SRAM's supplying the team with sprockets and chains is that the team still run on Dura-Ace nine-speed.

A close-up of the Bontrager Race X Lite TT carbon disc wheel; a consequence of SRAM's supplying the team with sprockets and chains is that the team still run on Dura-Ace nine-speed. (Image credit: Mark Zalewski/Cyclingnews.com)
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As the name implies, HED's Aerobars are exactly that.

As the name implies, HED's Aerobars are exactly that. (Image credit: Mark Zalewski/Cyclingnews.com)
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Fi'zi:k's Arione saddle keeps Horner's tush happy.

Fi'zi:k's Arione saddle keeps Horner's tush happy. (Image credit: Mark Zalewski/Cyclingnews.com)

Reviewed May 17, 2004

Chris Horner's Webcor Cycling Team custom Lemond TT bike

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