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Trek-Segafredo show off custom-coloured bikes ahead of Tour Down Under - Gallery

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Kiel Reijnen has a red, white and blue bike

Kiel Reijnen has a red, white and blue bike
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A front view of Jack Bobridge's yellow Trek Madone bike

A front view of Jack Bobridge's yellow Trek Madone bike
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Boy van Poppel has an organge Trek Madone for the Tour Down Under

Boy van Poppel has an organge Trek Madone for the Tour Down Under
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Ryder Hesjedal's seat tube detail

Ryder Hesjedal's seat tube detail
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Ryder Hesjedal's Madone is red like the Canadian flag

Ryder Hesjedal's Madone is red like the Canadian flag
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The suspension coupler on Ryder Hesjedal's Madone

The suspension coupler on Ryder Hesjedal's Madone
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The top tube of Ryder Hesjedal's Madone

The top tube of Ryder Hesjedal's Madone
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A seat tube detail of Stetina's bike

A seat tube detail of Stetina's bike
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Pete Stetina's Trek Emonda bike is coloured light blue

Pete Stetina's Trek Emonda bike is coloured light blue
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Trek and Segafredo have come together for the 2016 season

Trek and Segafredo have come together for the 2016 season
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Jack Bobridge's yellow Madone has a touch of green on the forks

Jack Bobridge's yellow Madone has a touch of green on the forks
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Pete Stetina stands near Jack Bobridge's yellow and green Madone

Pete Stetina stands near Jack Bobridge's yellow and green Madone
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Pete Setina is ready to roll in Adelaide

Pete Setina is ready to roll in Adelaide
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Julián Arredondo (Trek-Segfredo) shows off his custom bike

Julián Arredondo (Trek-Segfredo) shows off his custom bike
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The seat tube of Julián Arredondo's bike

The seat tube of Julián Arredondo's bike
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Boy van poppel's bike is bright orange

Boy van poppel's bike is bright orange
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Kiel Reijnen's name is on his bike

Kiel Reijnen's name is on his bike
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Trek -Segafredo have joined forces

Trek -Segafredo have joined forces
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A top-down view of Giacomo Nizzolo's Madone

A top-down view of Giacomo Nizzolo's Madone
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Giacomo Nizzolo's Azzurro-coloured bike

Giacomo Nizzolo's Azzurro-coloured bike
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Bobridge's name is on the top tube

Bobridge's name is on the top tube
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A top-down view of Jack Bobridge's yellow Trek Madone bike

A top-down view of Jack Bobridge's yellow Trek Madone bike
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Jack Bobridge's yellow Trek Madone bike

Jack Bobridge's yellow Trek Madone bike
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The back of the 2016 Trek-Segafredo team jersey shows off the new coffee sponsor's logo

The back of the 2016 Trek-Segafredo team jersey shows off the new coffee sponsor's logo
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The Trek-Segafredo riders are soon-to-be-in-action at the Tour Down Under where they will race on custom-coloured bikes. Newly crowned Australian national champion Jack Bobridge will race on a bright yellow Madone that has green accents on the fork, Ryder Hesjedal has a red and white bike to match the Canadian maple-leaf flag, while the USA’s Kiel Reijnen has a red, white and blue bike.

All seven riders on the Trek-Segafredo team for the first WorldTour race of the season have different coloured bikes, showing off Trek’s Project One customisation project, which allows customers to choose the colour and look of their bike.

New signing Peter Stetina will use a lightweight Emonda SLR bike coloured in a very light blue. The other riders will use the aerodynamic Madone 9 Series bike, with Hesjedal also having an Emonda available for the important hilly stages. The tall Canadian rider has a special handlebar set-up and slammed stem to ensure he has a very low and aero position on his road bike. Hesjedal is the only Trek-Segafredo rider using a -17 Madone KVF Bar to get the drop that he prefers.

All the bikes stood out as the riders headed out for training in Adelaide on Tuesday morning. Italian sprinter Giacomo Nizzolo has a blue azzurro-coloured bike with touches of white, while Colombia’s Julian Arredondo has a blue, red and yellow bike inspired by the colours of the Colombian national flag. Boy van Poppel of the Netherlands has a bright orange Madone.

Trek is expected to produce other custom Project One coloured bikes later in the season.

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