2014 Cervelo R5 54...5.9 kg

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newforker
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by newforker

Build List:

Frame - Cervelo R5 2014 Frame - 775 g w/o hardware, hanger, collar
Fork - THM / Cervelo R5CA Fork - 281 g cut w/ THM starnut
Wheelset - Enve 45 Classic Tubular + Chris King 45 Pewter 28 / 24 holes - 1226 g
Crank - THM Clavicula 130 BCD 172.5 - 354 g
Bottom Bracket - THM BB Right - 91 g
Brakes - EE Brakes w/o pads - 166 g
Brake Pads - Enve Grey - 20 g
Saddle - Fizik Antares 00 - 138 g
Seatpost - Ritchey Superlogic 27.2 x 350 mm + Toronto Cycles Ti bolt - 160 g
Stem - Ritchey Superlogic C260 130 mm - 137 g
Handlebar - Enve Compact 44 cm - 217 g
Tires - Veloflex Sprinter x 2 - 500 g
Pedals - DA 9000 - 253 g
Headset - Total Mutt = "Cervelo" / TH Industries Bearing 1 3/8 " + 1 1/8 " + FSA Carbon 7.5 mm + 2 x Soul Kozak 10 mm spacers + 5 mm KCNC Hollow Alu Spacer + Extralite Hyper Cap = No Idea g
Skewers - KCNC Ti - 46 g
Chain - KMC X11SL - 235 g
Chain Rings - Praxxis 130 53/39 - 120 g
Chain Ring Bolts - KCNC Double SL - 9 g
FD - DA 9000 - 65 g
RD - DA 9000 w/ AEST pulleys - 165 g
STI - DA 9000 - 365 g
Cassette - DA 9000 - 175 g
Bottles Cages - Tune Skyline x 2 w/ steel bolts instead of shitty alu - 20 g
Bar tape - Lizard Skin 1.8 - ~ 50 g
Misc - Alligator i Link Brake Housing, Shimano SLR Shift Housing, Tape, Enve Valve Extenders + Grease, Dirt and any other shit I didn't / couldn't weigh

Shop Rapala scale reads 12.9 lbs which roughly and most conservatively is 5.9 kg

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milehighcyclist
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by milehighcyclist

sweet bike

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NiFTY
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by NiFTY

Very nice build, not a fan of the white saddle, hoods, cables though. All black would look cleaner I think.
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rma
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by rma

+1 for an all-black setup

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newforker
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by newforker

Agree on the all black look, but the white doesn't bother me enough to spend a few hundred bucks to go all black...


mrlobber
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by mrlobber

The only good looking Cervelo color scheme! :beerchug:

I like the bike :thumbup:

The Ritchey stem isn't bad, and the matte finish goes together with the frame nicely, however, I find it too bulky for the skinny tubes. Just a little too much of disproportions there.

webjo
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by webjo

Hello newforker,

I am French, sorry for my english;)

I must ride my Clavicula on my Cervélo R5 2014 and I wonder if The Bottom Bracket - THM BB Right complicated to install ?

would you have pictures of your installation left and right ?

Best regards

stephenjwhan
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by stephenjwhan

great looking R5 !
actually looking for the same frame/bike now.

is that Wheels of Bloor ?


Arfer01
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by Arfer01

Hey, awesome bike. How did you make your i-links work with the 9000 levers? Did you splice it with standard outer or did you use a special ferrul?

newforker
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by newforker

Arfer01 wrote:Hey, awesome bike. How did you make your i-links work with the 9000 levers? Did you splice it with standard outer or did you use a special ferrul?


I had the i-links just for the brakes and had them running all the way into the lever. Probably not the smartest idea as they basically got jammed in the brake lever itself. Luckily, I was able to pull all segments out of the lever. Hope this helps!

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by Arfer01

newforker wrote:
Arfer01 wrote:Hey, awesome bike. How did you make your i-links work with the 9000 levers? Did you splice it with standard outer or did you use a special ferrul?


I had the i-links just for the brakes and had them running all the way into the lever. Probably not the smartest idea as they basically got jammed in the brake lever itself. Luckily, I was able to pull all segments out of the lever. Hope this helps!



Hi, are you using the larger brake outer or the smaller gear outer? any help would be appreciates as this is something i have been trying to make work for months, see image the blue is how far the brake outer goes and th red is how far it needs to go

http://imgur.com/lhB2mN6

xena
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by xena

Great build . Beautiful.
IMO the stem looks to big and ruins the flow of the bike. A smaller stem, normal size would look a lot better IMO.
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newforker
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by newforker

I totally agree, it was really different from the rest of the bike..but I got rid of that bike a while ago, decision I regret..one of my favourite bikes

by Weenie


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