Jack Bobridge’s Trek Madone Project One, made specifically for the Tour Down Under Just 12 months ago, Australian Jack Bobridge was riding laps of a Melbourne velodrome attempting to take the world hour record. He fell just short (by an agonisingly close 550m) of the then record of 51.852km – not quite what the once U23 time-trial world champion was looking for.
Fast-forward to now, and the 26-year-old is once again proudly wearing the national colours on his fresh Trek -Segafredo team road jersey . The gold and green stripes come after an impressive 90km solo attack at the Australian National road championships from earlier in the month. Such a win is proof that Jack is very much back and now has his sights set on a return to the track for the Rio Olympics. Both new to the trek-segafredo team, jack bobridge and ryder hesjedal chat prior to the start of the 2016 santos tour down under : Team Trek-Segafredo’s new signings Jack Bobridge and Ryder Hesjedal chat at the Tour Down Under
As a breakaway specialist, Bobridge is at the Tour Down Under on Trek’s recently released aero superbike – the Madone. More specifically, it’s the Madone Race […]