cervelo s5 black and bleu 2013

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lbrasi
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by lbrasi

anquetil wrote:Change your frame for VVD:).


:? you are absolutely right, i had great offers for both but i decided for the "team" because of the black paintscheme instead of grey,

i should have painted the vwd all over... wrong decision of mine

Alreadyhadone
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by Alreadyhadone

Best looking s5 I've seen so far, absolutely freaking amazing!! I'm a bit jalous..

I did liked the zipps a bit better than the envy's though. Do you notice any difference in performance between these wheelsets?

trilocus
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by trilocus

Very nice bike

lbrasi
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by lbrasi

Alreadyhadone wrote:Best looking s5 I've seen so far, absolutely freaking amazing!! I'm a bit jalous..

I did liked the zipps a bit better than the envy's though. Do you notice any difference in performance between these wheelsets?



the enves are stiffer but not as light as the 404,
lighter than the 808 but nit as aero

i think the enves are one of the best compromises between light stiff and aero ;)

for me the best looking wheels for the s5 are the 808...

lbrasi
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by lbrasi

little update: stem, post, berner derailleur, chain, titanium cassette, etc ;)

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lbrasi
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by lbrasi

better photo for the last setup of this bike:

the new parts:

stripped off selle italia kit carbonio flow: 106g
recon full titanium cassette 11-25: 155g
seatpost of s3: 170g (220g the post with two holes)
-10° stem custom paint glossy black, old itm: 154g
berner rear derailleur campa super record: 185g

unfortunately still 7120g

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Getter
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by Getter

Fantastic!

lbrasi
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by lbrasi

any ideas for a -10 degree lightweight stem

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by bura

-10 lightweight stem will be hard to find. BTW, your bike is getting better and better. Why not a simple siliconed magnet on the front wheel? And what about some LTD bars instead of the heavier Team bars?
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lbrasi
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by lbrasi

bura wrote:-10 lightweight stem will be hard to find. BTW, your bike is getting better and better. Why not a simple siliconed magnet on the front wheel? And what about some LTD bars instead of the heavier Team bars?

meanwhile there is a zipp vuka sprint bar mounted :) better aero...

Michel
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by Michel

Great Looking bike! The only -10 stem i know, is the Thomson x2, but this one is not really light

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by stormur

Easton & Pro has -10 degrees as well.
Go to Heaven for the climate, Hell for the company.
Mark Twain


I can be wrong, and have plenty of examples for that ;)

Tykar57
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by Tykar57

Beautiful paint job! I'm thinking of getting my S5 painted soon. Did the painter you used cover the decals with tape or did he sand them off and put on new ones?

JoeFlan
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by JoeFlan

Extralite makes 12 degree and 8 degree stems
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nismosr
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by nismosr

Did you order the seatpost at you local bike shop ?

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