by Sean Burke July 21, 2017

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Red Hook Crit London is tomorrow July 23rd, and Eleonore Saraiva is ready to defend her title as overall points leader. She’ll be riding our 2017 Aventon Cordoba, custom painted for her by Southern California craftsman Len Lochmiller.

The bike is outfitted with DT Swiss Hubs, laced to Aventon Latigo hoops. She’ll be riding SRAM Omnium cranks with a 51X15 gear. She’ll be seated upon a Selle Italia Lady SLR saddle attached to a Shimano Pro seatpost. She’s running a 90mm Thomson stem, attached to 40cm Deda bars. 

The race will be livestreamed on the @aventon instagram starting at 7PM London time for the women’s race and 8PM for the men’s race.  

Sean Burke
Sean Burke

Sean Burke has ridden and raced just about every type of bike there is. He has coached riders from 7 to 70, including state and national champions. He loves long climbing rides, but is a track racer at heart. He managed to ride his bike in 8 countries last year. And plans to lead Aventon Racing to a successful season in 2016. Sean is the founder and head coach at Crank Cycling as well as the co-founder at Appetite 4 Adventure.


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Evan Billman
Evan Billman

July 21, 2017

That looks super sick.

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