Conor McGregor’s FiftyOne Road Bicycle

Feb 7, 2018

Category: Rides

If kicking the living daylights out of people is what puts dinner on the table, you better make sure to really focus on leg day. Conor McGregor is one to know how to strike it rich while sweeping up foes in the ring, and he owes a lot of his lower limb lustiness to time spent on his tailor made carbon fiber road bike from FiftyOne Bikes of Dublin, Ireland.

Conor spends heaps of time in the saddle, so having a comfortable ride that is very energy efficient was the design driver that kicked off his custom build. The crew at FiftyOne calibrated their carbon fiber geometry to perfectly fit the notorious fighter between the set of Zipp deep dish wheels, carbon as well of course. The SRAM Red eTap drivetrain makes gear selection precise, and the Fizik trim package provides luxurious accommodations for the saddle and cockpit. Crank Brothers provided the platform pedal set, to accommodate McGregor’s bum knee, inscribed with the brute’s moniker to match the 24 carat gold leaf lettering hand laid into the custom frame paint job. Savage.

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