Cervelo R5ca 51cm 11.1 lbs

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CippoForLife
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by CippoForLife

He does do great work.
On Ferrarista's recommendation I had him repair my cracked Dura Ace 7850 carbon tubies and they came out great!
I know he is painting for another Canadian company as well.
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by ferrarista

CippoForLife wrote:He does do great work.
On Ferrarista's recommendation I had him repair my cracked Dura Ace 7850 carbon tubies and they came out great!
I know he is painting for another Canadian company as well.


glad you liked it Cippo :thumbup:
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by aldocg

Still the greatest WW build I've ever seen, deserves to be on the front page.

:)

athey
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by athey

Hi Great bike, i am just putting mine together with the same cranks what spacers did you use for the chainset configuration ? and by the way for all you guys who would like to purchase a Cervelo R5 CA my local has at least 10 of these in stock TRI UK.

Will post a pick shortly

Happy riding :D

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by bally81

Quality setup but i dont like the look of the small frame (..geometry).
Anyway :beerchug:
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by sedluk

I used the 11mm spacer that came with the Rotor Crank along with a wavy washer and regular washer. I also used two bearing covers next to each bearing. Basically the same setup as the Rotor. I sold the Rotor crankset on eBay. The Rotor cranks might be nice, but it was very heavy for a weight weenie bike. THM just came out with a crank for BBright, I have one of those on order to try.

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by njleach

aldocg wrote:Still the greatest WW build I've ever seen, deserves to be on the front page.

:)


Agreed. Just a beautiful looking bike

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by rjk8

That flat black with shiny stickers is just about the best paint I've seen, would love to see it in person. Very well thought out build. Love all the AX bits. :beerchug: :thumbup:
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by rooster

ferrarista wrote:WOW really nice bike :thumbup:

That frame was painted by a friend of mine. He has a contract with cervelo now. He's painting all the R5ca that will be sold in the world 8)



I'm interested to know who your friend is... I need a rock chip touch up. (i'm in Victoria BC)

Please let me know

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