Retro Ride: 1987 Kestrel 4000

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1987 Kestrel 4000

1987 Kestrel 4000

To get triathletes in a more forward position (moving the seat angle from a slacker 72-73 degrees to 78-80), bikes in the early aerobar era were often fit with seatposts mounted 180 degrees around, effectively moving the rider over the pedals instead of behind them.

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