With such a specific build brief, the componentry choices for this bike would be extremely important, hence why SRAM Red AXS was used, providing the gearing range needed to climb and descend the course, while also ensuring that the weight was low.
The Parlee TTiR features disc brakes, helping the rider to better control their speed. The handling was also aided through the choice of the Zipp 858 NSWs, as they provide the necessary aerodynamic benefits for a world championship, while also having a low weight and great crosswind stability.
The Parlee TTiR integrated aero bars were used, as they provided an optimal fit for the athlete. The base bar of the bike was kept reasonably low so that they could get their centre of gravity low for the descend and enable the bike to handle like a road bike as much as possible.
This rider was relatively short but flexible, allowing the cranks arms of the bike to be reduced to 165mm so that they could increase the space between the knees and chest during the time trial position for maximum power output as well as ensure they can run effectively off the bike.