Going Aero with Cervelo S5 (6.69kg)

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gurk700
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by gurk700

Love the R5 but wanted to try something different. Only 400 miles so far on this S5 but I'm loving it!

6.69kg as pictured ready to roll with cages and Garmin mount.

Frame: 2016 Cervelo S5 (54cm)
BB: Hambini Engineering BBright/PF30
Groupset: Sram ETap
Brakes: Cane Creek EEBrakes
Wheelset: Reynolds Aero 72 Tubular
Saddle: Selle Italia SLR Tekno Flow
Handlebar: Zipp SL-70 (40mm)
Stem: Kalloy Uno (100mm)
Crankset / Power Meter: Quarq Sram Red D-Zero

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kurisu
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by kurisu

Looks badass for sure. What size of crank is that?
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exctasy
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by exctasy

Gorgeous!!

Geoff
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by Geoff

Ok, that's nice. Great looking wheels.

gurk700
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by gurk700

Thanks guys! Wheels surprised me a lot. They weigh 1349 grams. Reynolds advertises them at 1420! They must weigh with skewers or something. They ride exceptionally well. Bought them brand new for less than half the retail price too which made me very happy.

kurisu wrote:Looks badass for sure. What size of crank is that?

Cranks are 165mm with 52/36 chainrings on. I have the long legs short arms problem. Went from 172.5 to 170 to 165 throughout my setups. Finally can get a very comfortable aero position without my legs hitting my chest.

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scottmmw
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by scottmmw

Very nice, have a soft spot for s5’s

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