|Rider size||170 – 182 cm|
|Frame Material||Carbon Fiber|
|Crankset||Sram Red Gxp 52/36 170mm|
|Front Derailleur||Sram Force|
|Rear Derailleur||Sram Force|
|Levers||Sram Red 10s|
|Front Brake Caliper||Sram Force|
|Rear Brake Caliper||Sram Force|
|Seatpost||3T Zero Rs Team|
This group is the second most high-end group from Sram. The Sram Force seduces with its high-end components with carbon on several parts and total integration. The shifting is smooth and quiet. The Sram Force is the group for budget-conscious riders. Many high-end bikes are equipped with this groupset.
Cervélo, the Canadian brand of race and track bikes. Cervélo is at the forefront of design, always pushing the envelope. When Cervélo released the R5c, it created the lightest bike on the market. When Cervélo released the P5x, it also created the most aerodynamic bike on the market, going beyond UCI constraints. Cervélo even has its own wind tunnel at the Air and Space Technology Center in San Diego. Cervélo manufactures 5 series of bikes: the Aspero for Gravel, the C series for road endurance, the R series for light mountain bikes, the S series of aero road bikes, the P series for triathlon and time trial and the T series of track bikes. Unlike other brands, Cervélo does not make mountain bikes or city bikes. It is a pure performance road brand. The Jumbo-Visma team of Wout Van Aert, Primoz Roglic and Marianne Vos use the 3 series R, S and P depending on the event.
- Frame & components
- Headset & bottom bracket
- Torque tightening