Eddie Soens Memorial cycle race winner Ian Wilkinson shows us his Raleigh team bike

Ian Wilkinson shows us his 2014 Raleigh Team Militis he used to take to victory at the 53rd Eddie Soens Road Race on Saturday (March 1).

The Raleigh Team Militis comes with C6 fork in a satin-finish russet red. SRAM Red groupset, Shimano 105 pedals, FSA SLK seatpin, stem and bars, Fizik Aliante carbon saddle, Elite bottle cages and Cole T50Lite carbon wheels with Schwalbe 1 One HT 25mm tubs.

Ian Wilkinson's Raleigh Militis 2014 team bike

Wilko with his steed before the start

Ian Wilkinson's Raleigh Militis 2014 team bike

Ian Wilkinson’s Raleigh Militis 2014 team bike

Ian Wilkinson's Raleigh Militis 2014 team bike

The Superman-logo Ian Wilkinson frame sticker

Ian Wilkinson's Raleigh Militis 2014 team bike

SRAM Red chainset, 53/39 with 172.5mm cranks and Shimano 105 pedals

Ian Wilkinson's Raleigh Militis 2014 team bike

Rear end detail showing the bend in the back third of the chain stays, SRAM mech with 11-speed block

Ian Wilkinson's Raleigh Militis 2014 team bike

SRAM Red brakes with Cole pink brake pads for its carbon rims. Note the fine tread pattern on the 25mm Schwalbe One HT tubs

Ian Wilkinson's Raleigh Militis 2014 team bike

Robust head tube area with cable entry on down tube

Ian Wilkinson's Raleigh Militis 2014 team bike

The famous Raleigh Heron on the head tube

Ian Wilkinson's Raleigh Militis 2014 team bike

SRAM Red front mech with SRAM chain catcher

Ian Wilkinson's Raleigh Militis 2014 team bike

Fizik seat pin height marker O ring

Ian Wilkinson's Raleigh Militis 2014 team bike

Cole hub uses their Dynamic Spoke Alignment system

Ian Wilkinson's Raleigh Militis 2014 team bike

Neat lines from the bottom bracket area

Ian Wilkinson's Raleigh Militis 2014 team bike

Underside of bottom bracket and down tube reveals cables from the internal main tube. Also note battery fixing points for electronic gear systems

Ian Wilkinson's Raleigh Militis 2014 team bike

Sticker declares that the frame conforms to UCI regulations

Ian Wilkinson's Raleigh Militis 2014 team bike

SRAM Red levers

Ian Wilkinson's Raleigh Militis 2014 team bike

FSA SLK bars ans stem. Note Raleigh stem finishing cap. Clean bar area as Wilko opted not to use his Garmin around Aintree

Ian Wilkinson's Raleigh Militis 2014 team bike

11-speed SRAM cassette detail. You also see the kink in the rear section of the chain stay

Ian Wilkinson's Raleigh Militis 2014 team bike

Raleigh uses Taiwanese brand Cole for its wheels. The T50 Lite has 50mm carbon rim section with Schwalbe 1 One 25mm tubs

Ian Wilkinson's Raleigh Militis 2014 team bike

Superman Ian Wilkinson flying in