The frame set (frame, fork, brakes, handlebar) are from july 2016. I used for some races half of the summer of last year and this summer.
The frame is in great condition. I only found two places where the paint chipped. One on the chain stay, and on the rear right hook where the wheel is mounted (see pictures). They is no structural damaged.
Bicycle has never been crashed or dropped. I’m the only owner.
This is a 58 but I’m 5′ 10″ and served me well because i’ve a long torso and i ride aggressively forward.
Rear wheel is 88 mm deep, 26 mm wide, carbon clincher unbranded, 1 years old
front wheel is 38 mm deep, 25 mm wide, carbon clincher unbranded, 1 year old
Crank is a 110 mm compact FSA gossamer 170 mm crank with a 52 tooth Vision large ring (5 months), On the other hand, an older 175 mm bbright crank 130mm that i will be able to provide you with if would love.
the aerobars are zipp carbon, but i do have 3T carbon ski bend aero bars which were cut, or uncut aluminum Zipp ski bend aero bars that i will be able to send as an alternative of what I’m showing.
The fork has been cut and the stem is on the lowest setting. On the other hand, i learned a trick that could lend a hand, it is advisable put spacers in between the elbow pads and low or v-mount to provide you with different heights and could work with the ski bar to provide you with something to take hold of unto.
I WILL ALSO PROVIDE THE V-MOUNT AS WELL WITH THE HANDLE SPACERS THAT CAME WITH THE FRAME (the v mount has a little bit paint chip).
The seatpost has been cut and it’s 11 inches long (it’ll almost definitely work with an inseam about to 35 inches.
The rear derrailleour needs a little bit tuning, but it surely didn’t stop me from racing (my races were 10 mile time trials). Also, you’ll see form the picture that I replace the cage and pulleys. This setup saves about a watt.
If you need a fork with a longer steering tube, i could swap this red fork with the black/white/red P5 six fork model with an 11 inch steering tube. I understand it would possibly not look the similar, but i wanted to provide you with choices and the color scheme matches the bike. Please let me know which one you need.
If you modify the handlebar vertical position, you would have to replace or modify some or all of brakes and shifting cables (true for every other Cervelo p5, not just this one).
When put together, i highly recommend that you’ve a bike mechanic achieve this. This can be a very high performance bike, and if assemble incorrectly, or applied too much torque to the bolts, it may be damaged.
If in doubt, please ask me any questions.