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  1. Here you go. Bring your mortage with.. https://www.cervelo.com/en/lamborghini-r5
  2. Michael Sommer, the Pon.Bike EMEA Sales Director commented: “Rush Sports has caught our attention with their progressive marketing and the manner in which they conduct business in Southern Africa. It is a company that combines youth and experience to provide service excellence to its large and growing dealer network. Rush Sports makes a great partner for Pon.Bike. The next steps will be the availability, marketing and distribution of Cervelo and Focus by Rush Sports.” Michael Sommer, the Pon.Bike EMEA Sales Director. Andre van Aarde, the Managing Director of Rush Sports. Andre van Aarde, the Managing Director of Rush Sports commented: ”The Strategic Marketing and Distribution Alliance with Pon.Bike allows Rush Sports to service more segments of the Southern African bicycle market. Rush Sports will be able to provide a variety of brands to our loyal retail dealer network. It’s an honour for Rush Sports to add Cervelo alongside Santa Cruz Bicycles as these 2 brands are both segment leaders in the bicycle industry.” For more information on the Pon.Bike please visit: Pon.bike For more information on Rush Sports please visit: rushsports.co.za
  3. “The S3 Disc’s superior handling and control will give performance-seeking riders the confidence to pull away from the peloton or crush a Saturday morning group ride,” said Antoine Ballon, Cervélo’s Global Marketing Manager. “We know the Cervélo community around the world will love our new disc platform as much as we do.” The S3 Disc’s 12mm thru-axle technology boosts stiffness in both the back-end and in the fork, leading to better handling and an 8 per cent increase in headtube stiffness. Bottom-bracket stiffness was boosted by 9 per cent to improve overall handling and power transfer. The reengineered leg airfoil of the all-new S3 Disc fork, combined with an elevated fork crotch that reduces the low pressure zone behind the crown, also makes the S3 Disc 19g (~2 watts) faster than an S3. Cervélo S3 Disc Ultegra Di2 ForkCervélo All-Carbon, Tapered S3 Fork for DiscCranksetFSA SLK 52x36Bottom BracketBracket FSA PF30ChainKMC X11LCassetteShimano Ultegra 6800, 11 spd, 11-28 Front DerailleurShimano Ultegra Di2 6870, 2x11 spdRear DerailleurShimano Ultegra Di2 6870, 11 spdShiftersShimano Di2 ST-R785 11 spdHandlebarCervelo, All-Carbon, AeroStemFSA SLKHeadsetFSA IS2 1-1/8 x 1-3/8” BrakesShimano BR-RS805 Hydraulic DiscSaddlefi’zi:k Antares R5Seatpost48-51: Cervélo Carbon, Aero, Zero Offset / 54-61: Cervélo Carbon, Aero, 25 mm OffsetDisc RotorsShimano RT81 160 mm WheelsENVE SES 3.4 Clincher for CervéloTyresContinental Grand Sport Race SL 700x23c, foldable Cervélo S3 Disc Ultegra ForkCervélo All-Carbon, Tapered S3 Fork for DiscCranksetFSA SLK 52x36Bottom BracketBracket FSA PF30ChainKMC X11LCassetteShimano Ultegra 6800, 11 spd, 11-28 Front DerailleurShimano Ultegra 6800, 2x11 spdRear DerailleurShimano Ultegra 6800, 11 spdShiftersShimano ST-RS685 11 spdHandlebarFSA Energy CompactStemFSA SLKHeadsetFSA IS2 1-1/8 x 1-3/8” BrakesShimano BR-RS805 Hydraulic DiscSaddlefi’zi:k Antares R5Seatpost48-51: Cervélo Carbon, Aero, Zero Offset / 54-61: Cervélo Carbon, Aero, 25 mm OffsetDisc RotorsShimano RT81 160 mm WheelsHED Ardennes Plus GP DiscTyresContinental Grand Sport Race SL 700x23c, foldable Local pricing and availability to be confirmed. For more information, visit www.cervelo.com/en/road/s-series/s3-disc.
  4. Free from the constraints of rim brakes, the S3 Disc has been engineered to be stiffer and more aerodynamic than its rim-brake counterpart, while continuing to make the most of the lightweight design rooted in the Project California research facility. Click here to view the article
  5. It doesn’t get any better than this for riders who live on a strict diet of road. With its pro fit, benchmark-setting stiffness and extensive aero and comfort benefits, the R5 is designed to take Grand Tours and Classics by storm. In fact, it already has: Team Dimension Data’s Omar Fraile won Stage 11 of the 2017 Giro d’Italia on the bike. Likewise, the R3’s race fit and weight savings have it primed to perform at an elite level. “The R Series has always been at the forefront of classic road bike design thanks to our unique engineering-based commitment to raising the bar,” said Robert de Jonge, Cervélo’s Managing Director. “Now, every aspect of these iconic bikes — from geometry and technology to components and features — has been reinvented to perfectly suit every high-performance road cyclist.” In conjunction with the launch of the new R Series, Cervélo’s “Till The End” marketing campaign features a dedicated microsite — rseries.cervelo.com — and a range of social media initiatives on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. A new path to progress With the physical limits of manufacturing materials being strained, and Cervélo’s engineering team eschewing gimmicky features, a new way forward was needed to reinvent the classic road bike. The good news: This is Cervélo’s specialty. A sweeping analysis of how road bikes are used revealed that three interconnected factors — comfort, fit, and handling/stability — are responsible for the most pronounced performance and experiential benefits. And Cervélo being Cervélo, stiffness, weight and aero benchmarks had to improve, too.“The R Series has always been about achieving the lightest and stiffest solutions by including only those elements that need to be present,” explained Graham Shrive, Cervélo’s engineering design manager. “Now, we are using these uniquely efficient structural paths to focus on ride quality and experience.” The new Cervélo R5 Disc eTap - say no more Comfort: Further, faster Road riders at all levels no longer equate comfort with soft, slow bikes. Indeed, extra vertical compliance can reduce fatigue and, in turn, boost power output. Wheel manufacturers’ wind- tunnel testing has also shown that wider tires can actually deliver aero benefits. For these reasons, tire clearance for the new R Series has been widened to 28mm. Combine this with a Cervélo-engineered aero seatpost for the R5, and vertical compliance is further increased while improving aerodynamics. Fit: Perfection for all Data-driven fitting protocols and the overall trend toward a more TT-like riding position are both fuelling a new emphasis on fit. One of the real triumphs of the new R Series is that it provides a range that lets every rider find their ideal fit. DDD pros and other more performance driven riders favour a lower front end, which is why Cervélo developed a new pro fit for the R5. At the same time, Cervélo’s renowned race fit has been maintained for the new R3. Stability and Handling: Confidence is everythingA new handling geometry enhances stability and rider confidence with a lower BB and extended wheelbase. The R5 and R3 are both available with either rim or disc brakes. While rim brakes are the standard, discs represent the future of road bike design. They deliver superior braking performance, especially in inclement conditions, and by designing the R5 Disc and R3 Disc around the latest technology Cervélo has achieved additional benefits: Extra lateral stiffness in the fork, and improved ease-of-use and safety. Cervélo R5 DA DI2 - spec highlights: Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 9150, ENVE SES 3.4 for Cervélo wheelset Stiffness and Weight: Bye-bye benchmarks The new R series represents Cervélo’s stiffest-ever road frames, with stiffness-to-weight ratios that are fine-tuned to a range of high-performance riding styles. The DiData pros who tested the R5 are adamant that stiffness equals speed, and they got exactly what they want: 21% stiffer at the headtube and 13% stiffer at the bottom bracket for rim-brake models, and 18% and 26% stiffer, respectively, when equipped with discs.As a world-class climbing weapon it almost goes without saying that lightweight design was a top priority for the R Series, with the R3 and R3 Disc frames being 10% and 16% lighter. Aerodynamics: More aero than ever The new R5 boasts a 44-gram aero improvement over the previous generation. This is the result of an end-to-end aero improvement package that includes new Squoval Max tube shapes, a new seatpost, and an integrated all-carbon stem and bar. Featuring the same Squoval Max technology but a different fork, seatpost and cockpit, the R3 delivers a 17-gram improvement. The best bike for every rider Ultimately, the new R Series epitomizes Cervélo’s definition of exceptional ride quality: When a bike feels perfectly in tune with its intended use.“Our purpose-built approach has been consistently applied across the R, S and C series, as it gives riders the fit and handling options that perfectly suit their unique morphology and riding style,” said Antoine Ballon, Cervélo’s Global Marketing Director. “But the R Series is more than just a bike platform to us and to our riders. It fuels our passion and empowers our purpose, whether we are claiming a leader’s jersey, earning a Strava KOM, or pushing our limits while training for challenges yet to come. Beyond these mortal trials, there’s something more: The glory of oneness with the elements, with the road, and now, more than ever, with the bike.” More models Cervélo R3 DA Navy/RedHighlights: Shimano Dura Ace 9100, Mavic Aksium Elite 25 wheelset Cervélo R5 DA Highlights: Shimano Dura-Ace 9100, Mavic Ksyrium Elite wheelset Cervélo R5 eTapHighlights: SRAM RED eTap, Zipp 302 wheelset Visit rseries.cervelo.com for more details.
  6. Triathlon events are not governed by the UCI so they are not restricted by the same rules that time trial riders are, meaning that triathlon bikes are free to push the limits and capitalise on developments in technology. The results are wonderfully space-age bikes like the P5X. Cervélo claims to have the most aerodynamic bike on the market. Unfortunately, we left our portable wind tunnel at the office on the day of the shoot, so we'll just have to believe them. James explained that the crosswind impact is much better than the older P5 as there is less frame material higher up and towards the back of the bike where you have less control compared to the front wheel. Chatting to James, it is clear that he is a bit of a bike geek and likely the reason that Cervélo and ENVE have had him involved in the development of their products. James's biggest push was tubeless wheels and, for that reason, disk brakes as well. With the P5X and ENVE SES 7.8 wheels, he's gotten just what he wanted. Moving away from rim brakes makes building a wheel much simpler. There are no more concerns about a braking surface and the resulting heat dissipation. Without these factors, ENVE has been able to build a better and more reliable aerodynamic tubeless rim. The brakes on the bike are TRP HY/RD. They feature a hydraulic system on the brake that is mechanically operated, allowing compatibility with existing road brake levers. With the wheels, I don’t chop and change too much. The 7.8’s are shallow enough to ride in most crosswinds, probably near a disk wheel in stiffness and light enough for climbing. ENVE are adamant that their wheels are as good as a disk wheel. James Cunnama This P5X is set up exactly as it was when James raced at Ironman World Championships in October. Having been unveiled just before the event in Kona, the bike was brand new and it was the first time he had raced on it. Having to keep the bike under wraps meant that he did not have much training time on the bike either. Cervélo, however, were meticulous with mimicking the fit from his previous P5, making the transition seamless. Although the retail P5X is sold with the wireless SRAM Red eTap drive train, James had some compatibility issues with some of his other components and decided to race on Shimano DuraAce Di2 drive parts instead. The DuraAce rear derailleur features a CeramicSpeed cage to fit the brand's oversized 17-tooth pulley wheels which claim to reduce friction and save some precious watts. James uses a Rotor 2INPower crankset to measure his power through both crank arms with Rotor's osymetric Qring chainrings. He admits that it is hard to judge the impact that oval rings bring but after fitting them to his bike, he won his next four races including his first Ironman win, so he is sticking to them. The finishing touch on race day is a CeramicSpeed UFO racing chain that is designed to be ridden for only 320 kilometres, but offers superior efficiency. The P5X may be a no holds barred professional level racing bike but Cervélo did not feel this meant that they needed to sacrifice practicality for pros and amateurs. The aero bars are fully adjustable to help riders get that perfect position. The bars also completely disassemble with the loosening of a few bolts. They can also be removed to make the bike flat for easy transportation. The P5X comes with its own travel bike bag to make this process even simpler. Cervélo also looked closely at what triathletes of all levels carry during races and where they prefer to have it on their bikes. The result was space for a bottle on the handlebars, on the seatpost, and within the front triangle. The seatpost mount is specifically designed to keep the bottle as close to the rear of the bike as possible but still cater for varying size bottles and cages. Spares are stored in compartments within the frame included a removable plastic box in the front triangle (as fitted on James's bike). There is also a bag attachment on the top tube where the rider can store nutrition, and there is even a little separator to keep tablets from getting lost. Full Specification: FrameCervelo P5X 56cmForkIntegrated P5X (by Cervelo)Rims (Front/Rear)ENVE SES 7.8 discHubs (Front/Rear)DT240Tyres (Front/Rear)Schwalbe Pro One Tubeless 25mmHandlebarsIntegrated P5X CerveloStemIntegrated P5X CerveloBrakesetTRP HYRD Mechanical/HydraulicShiftersShimano DuraAce Di2Front DerailleurShimano DuraAce Di2Rear derailleurShimano DuraAce Di2CassetteShimano DuraAce Di2 11-25TCranksetRotor 2INPower, 170mmChainringsRotor Qings 54-39TChainCeramic Speed UFO (racing)Bottom BracketCeramic Speed Pressfit BBPedalsShimano DuraAce SPDSeatpostIntegrated P5XSaddleCobb PlusBike ComputerGarmin 510Water bottles/cagesX-lab (Torpedo, Gorilla, Sidekick)Computer and PowerGarmin 510 + Rotor 2INPower
  7. The Cervélo P5X triathlon bike was unveiled at Ironman World Championship in October. South African triathlete James Cunnama was one of the lucky few to be racing the new bike at the event. Click here to view the article
  8. Hey Hubbers, So a few months ago I bought a Cervelo P4 at a very good price and with it being a used bike some of the minor parts needed replacing like the brake pads. The rear break is placed under the chain stays and from what I can tell they are Cervelo designed brakes. Apon inspection I noticed that the brake pads were specific to the brake caliper and I cannot find these brake pads anywhere! So I am starting to wonder that maybe this is why I got the bike at a steal haha. Has anyone had to deal with this before? Thanks
  9. The Standard Bank Africa Cycle Fair took place from 23-25 October 2015 at St Stithians in Johannesburg. As the biggest showcase of the South Africa cycling industry, Bike Hub were there to cover the products on display. Last week we took a look at some of the mountain bikes from the fair. This week we take a peek at a selection of the road and cross bikes on show. Click here to view the article
  10. Bianchi Bianchi Specialissima First up is the ultra-light (and ultra-priced) Bianchi Specialissima. The Campagnolo Super Record EPS group set and Lightweight Meilenstein wheel set gave a hint that this wasn't going to be wallet-friendly in any way.The price tag, though, at around R 230 000 will leave most mere mortals more than a little light in the bank balance department. Still, a beautiful machine. It weighed in at a ridiculous 5.78kg. Bianchi L'Eroica A contender in the Best Bike in Africa competition, the Bianchi L'Eroica is a new-age steel road bike featuring a 10 speed Campagnolo Silver gruppo for that vintage look with some modern comforts. Bianchi Infinito CV Another in the line-up for Best Bike in Africa was the Bianchi Infinto CV, an all-round road bike designed to soak up the bumps of rough roads and those cobblestone stages. Giant Defy Advanced Giant's Defy range is another option in a growing "endurance" road bikes aimed to give a more comfortable ride, without losing the racy looks and performance. The ultra-thin seat stays and "D-Fuse" seat post are said to reduce vibrations from the road. BMC Crossmachine CX01 As the name says this is BMC's cyclocross machine featuring Sram Force CX1, disc brakes and a DT Swiss R23 Spline DB wheel set. Cervélo P5 Cervélo's P5 time trial bike is very obviously built for speed. Among the aero touches are a Magura hydraulic brake set made streamline thanks to the engineering minds at Cervélo. Pinarello The Pinarello Dogma F8 Disc attracted a fair bit of attention and we can see why. For those who "play" around at this price-point it's got everything you might want: Disks, Di2 and a (genuine) Dogma label. Also on display was the custom "Froomey" F8's in red or yellow. The unique paintwork features a Rhino logo, an idea spawned in a hilltop conversation between team head mechanic Gary Blem and Chris Froome. The key message of course being around the plight of Africa's Rhinos, according to Gary it also fits well with Froome's head down and charge style. Argon 18 Krypton Xroad Canadian brand, Argon 18, had a range of bikes on show, but this Krypton cross roader caught our eye. BH BH Bikes were recently re-launched in SA and the new team behind the brand locally aren't afraid of some aggressive pricing. This BH G6 Pro Ultegra Di2 was on show for the Best bike in Africa competition and at R 60 000 for a carbon aero race machine with Ultegra Di2 and carbon wheels it's a bit of a bargain. Merida REACTO TEAM-E Merida's super-aero Reacto Team-E features Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 and Fulcrum Quattro 35 carbon wheels on their Reacto CF5 ultralite frame. Surly Cross-check A cyclocross frame by design from a quick look at the tires and dirt on this Surly it's quite clear it sees little tarmac in its outings. Swift Ultravox RS1 The Ultravox RS1 aims to give a great balance of performance and value. It inherits some of the high-performance tech from the flagship Ultravox TI, but reduces the use of uber-expensive fibres to give better value without sacrificing ride quality. Dedacciai Strada Aleta Last, but not least in the line up of high end aero road bikes was the Dedacciai Strada Aleta. Complete with a Campagnolo Super Record EPS groupset, this one was a little less eye-watering at just R150 000.
  11. Last week we popped up to Johannesburg for the 2016 Two Wheels Trading product launch. We've already had a look at the new Momsen VIPA XT and Team models, plus the upcoming Momsen VIPA Trail. Here's a collection of the highlights from some of their other brands. Click here to view the article
  12. Cervélo bikes back in SA Earlier this year it was announced that Two Wheels Trading are the new distributors for Cervélo in Southern Africa. It's a premium brand with a heavy focus on engineering and design. Although it's a name which has been quiet in South Africa for nearly a decade, thanks to Team MTN-Qhubeka's rise to stardom it is sure set for a resurgence. One of a kind: currently the only custom Team MTN-Qhubeka Cervelo S5 in South Africa. 2016 Cervelo S5 DA 2016 Cervelo R3 Ultegra Some models have arrived and are already available through certain dealers. View the model line up and dealer listing here: http://twowheelstrading.co.za/products/cervelo/ New Bravo rims and Neo Hubs from Stans Although not on show on the evening, TWT will soon be offering Stan’s NoTubes Bravo carbon wheels. Designed for trail riding and enduro racing, the Bravo rims promise improved stiffness and impact absorption over their aluminium counterparts. Having been tested by the Atherton’s on the World Cup DH circuit, it’s reasonably safe to say that they are suitably tough. The rims measure 32mm externally and 26.6mm internally and use Stan’s familiar Bead Socket Technology to lock tubeless tires in place. With the Bravo, Stan’s also launched new Neo Ultimate and Neo hubs. The Neo hub features a 4 pawl drive system which claims to engage 20% faster than their previous hubs while the 6 pawl version found in the Neo Ultimate is even quicker offering a 5-degree engagement. The Neo hubs also feature larger bearings and better sealing to improve rolling and durability. To help riders deal with the deluge of axle standards, the Neo hubs have interchangeable end caps to allow for different axle sizes on the same hub, including extended caps to make your hub capability with Boost frames and forks. VEE Tire Co Another of the recent additions to the TWT stable is VEE Tire Co. VEE Tire Co. may not yet be a household name when it comes to bike tires, but they've been manufacturing OEM tires for many years. Left to right: VEE Tire Trax Fatty - a low rolling fat bike / "plus" tire, VEE 8 - fast rolling fat tire with additional grip for rocky sections, VEE Tire Rail - fast rolling cross country tire Having initially entered our market with fat bike tires, they've now got a wider range of mountain bike models available along with the Apache road tire which we're currently testing. For 2016 some of the Momsen bikes are specced with custom tires from VEE Tire Co. Pictured here: 2016 Momsen Vipa TEAM with custom VEE Rail tires.View the full VEE Tire Co. lineup on the Two Wheels Trading Website: http://twowheelstrading.co.za/products/vee-tire-co/ Lezyne GPS, Lights and Accessories Along with a horde of their other products the new Lezyne Mini, Power and Super GPS units were on display. In keeping with Lezyne's premium feel product line the GPS units are solid, sleek looking devices. We're keen to test some in the wild, but on face value they look great. Get more details about the Lezyne brand and product lineup here: http://twowheelstrading.co.za/products/lezyne/ KMC At the KMC stand this hot looking 11-speed chain caught our eye. The KMC X11SL DLC is a super light 11 speed chain with their "Diamond Like Coating". It comes in the black/red combo as pictured or plain black. See more of the KMC offerings here: http://twowheelstrading.co.za/product-tag/kmc/
  13. Hi Looking for Cervelo stickers / decals in Cape Town? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks
  14. As you only make history once, our family at Cervélo have decided to go all out for our African teams debut appearance at Le Tour. We are extremely excited to reveal the special edition Cervélo bikes MTN-Qhubeka p/b Samsung will ride at this year’s Tour de France. Click here to view the article
  15. All three models in use by Team MTN-Qhubeka p/b Samsung, the S5, R5 and P5, have all seen the artistic hand of Tom Briggs, Senior Graphic Designer at Cervélo, for this years Tour de France. Two other special edition items that will be seen on the new models are the ROTOR Q-Rings for Qhubeka as well as a sparkling new custom coloured KMC frictionless chains. Each of the models will then be completed by ENVE wheels, Schwalbe tires, a 3T cockpit, CeramicSpeed bearings, Selle Italia saddles, Speedplay pedals and Lizard Skins bartape. Briggs explains from where the inspiration came to design these 3 masterpieces, “The gradient lines on the front of the bikes are the heat waves cutting through the sunrise in South Africa. On the top tubes of the three different models you will find the three English translations of Qhubeka, ‘Move Forward’ on the S5, ‘Carry On’ on the R5 and ‘Progress’ on the P5.” “On the bottom of the downtube on the S5 you will find the 5 colours that make up the South African flag, this exists on all the other models as well. We chose to use chrome on the bikes so that everyone could see themselves as part of the Qhubeka foundation and as part of the team itself. So no matter which bike you’re looking at, it all comes back to Qhubeka itself,” concludes Briggs. Cervélo S5 Gallery Cervélo R5 Gallery Cervélo P5 Gallery
  16. Two Wheels Trading, a fast-growing South African-based bicycle industry distributor, has been named the official agent for Cervélo bicycles in the Southern African territory. Click here to view the article
  17. Eritrean champion, Merhawi Kudus, pictured here on a Cervélo P5, has been one of the revelations of African cycling through the support of the MTN-Qhubeka team and is likely to be one of the African riders on the squad at the 2015 Tour de France. // Photo credit: Stiehl Photography. Cervélo uses advanced engineering to create some of the world’s lightest and most aerodynamic high performance bicycles for road cycling, track cycling and triathlon. Cervélo has recently been given a boost by the Cervélo sponsorship of the South African-based MTN-Qhubeka powered by Samsung Pro Continental road cycling team, which will make its Tour de France debut in July. “South Africa is a growing performance bicycle market. With Frederik van Lierde winning Ironman South Africa this year on a Cervélo and our partnership with the MTN Qhubeka pro-cycling team, with its first Tour de France participation this year, we believe Cervélo can become a much more prominent brand in the country,” said Robert Reijers, Managing Director, Cervélo. “South Africa and Cervélo have a long relationship and are now strongly connected through the Cervélo Tour de France team of MTN-Qhubeka. To strengthen our position even more, we are taking the next steps together with Two Wheels Trading to make South African cycling more aerodynamic,” said Ilan Nir, Head of Sales Distributor/South Africa. South African champion, Louis Meintjes, considered one of professional road cycling’s brightest prospects, has achieved impressive results during 2015 for MTN-Qhubeka on Cervélo bicycles. // Photo credit: Stiehl Photography. “With Two Wheels Trading we will work together on growing our brand, expand distribution and improve customer service to build our brand and stimulate riding in South Africa,” added Nir.The Cervélo brand is one which enjoys a high level of prestige with numerous victories in the world’s most significant cycling and triathlon events. It occupies an important space in the discerning performance segment of the endurance sport market and the close partnership with the MTN-Qhubeka team has enhanced that further in 2015. “Cervélo has always been synonymous with the highest levels of racing performance and their technology has helped our team be successful in the races we have done this year. We look forward to taking the S5 and P5 models, as they suit our style of aggressive racing, through the 2015 Tour de France as we become Africa’s first ever registered team in this gruelling event,” said Douglas Ryder, Team Principal of MTN-Qhubeka. Two Wheels Trading is an established distributor and brand custodian within the Southern African region for a number of brands including Momsen, Stan’s No Tubes, Lezyne, Muna and Profile Design. “This is an exciting time for the Cervélo brand in Africa with the amazing story of the MTN-Qhubeka team making a strong statement already this year ahead of the Tour de France, where there’s likely to be significant global media interest in the team,” said Victor Momsen of Two Wheels Trading. “Through our experience and industry credibility, Two Wheels Trading plans to re-establish the Cervélo brand as the leader in the discerning road bike and triathlon segments. We will appoint a strong, focused dealer network that will effectively communicate the Cervélo brand values and product technology to the South African market,” added Momsen. Two Wheels Trading invites dealers that are interested in stocking and selling the Cervélo brand to contact them on the email address: cervelo@twowheelstrading.co.za. Pricing and stock availability will be available on request. For more information on Two Wheels Trading, visit www.twowheelstrading.co.za. For more information on Cervélo, visit www.cervelo.com. For more information on the MTN-Qhubeka team, visit www.teammtnqhubeka.com.
  18. Team MTN-Qhubeka p/b Samsung are happy to unveil its 2015 range of Cervélo bikes it will be using this season. MTN-Qhubeka p/b Samsung will be making use of all 3 of Cervélo's top end road frames, the R5, S5 and P5. Click here to view the article
  19. All the bikes will be equipped with ROTOR rings, cranks and power meters, KMC chains, 3T cockpits, ENVE wheels, Ceramic Speed bearings, and Sella Italia saddles. Schwalbe tires finish of the bikes. The S5 (link) will more often than not be the bike of choice for our sprinters and classics riders. The aero design coupled with super stiffness make it the perfect bike for the flat and undulating races. The R5 (link) you will find under the likes of Merhawi Kudus and Louis Meintjes most often. The lightweight and super responsive frame will make for the perfect bike to be attacking in the mountains with. The tried and tested P5 (link) will obviously be the weapon of choice in all races against the clock. MTN-Qhubeka p/b Samsung will be lucky enough to make use of the uniquely integrated 3T-Cervélo cockpit on the P5. A set up only possible with these two brands. Cervélo S5 Cervélo R5 Cervélo P5
  20. asking price -1500usd 2014 cervelo s3 carbon fibre road bike frame size:53cm top tube shimano altegra Di2 groupset. marvic cosmic wheelset. Rotor cranks(do not come with G rings pictured) bike has been used as demo model still in a very good condition. bike type: category:road bike brand:cervelo condition:used model:s3 year:2014
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