Pauline Ferrand Prevot has so many rainbow jerseys she can probably wear them to bed as pajamas. During the 2015 season, at just 23 years old she became the first person in the history of cycling to simultaneously hold the world road, cyclocross, and cross-country titles. In 2020, she's currently the XCO and mountain bike marathon world champion, so Canyon decided to create her a bike to match her impressive palmares.
The bike is decorated in rainbow stripes and lists some of her cycling achievements on the top tube. Not to be outdone, Pauline's component sponsors, including Duke Wheels and Ergon, have added some further rainbow flourishes to make a ride fit for this illustrious racer. She's already ridden the bike to two short track second places and a third place in the Nove Mesto XCO race. She'll be aiming for the top spot on Sunday before she takes the bike to Leogang to defend her title next week. Let's take a look through her set up.
She runs a fairly wide (for XC) 700mm bar that's matched to a 70mm stem with -6-degree rise.