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Cervélo S2

Frame:
Cervélo S2 (54cm)

Fork/Headset:
3T Funda Pro / FSA IS3

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
Rotor 3D+ (175mm) / Rotor BSA Ceramic Bottom Bracket

Pedals:
Look Keo Blade (16nm)

Drivetrain/Cog/Chainring/Chain:
Rotor QXL Chainrings (53/38) / SRAM Red XG-1090 Cassette (11-23) / SRAM Red PC 1091R Chain

Derailleurs/Shifters:
2011 SRAM Red Black (Rear) / 2012 SRAM Red Yaw (Front)

Handlebars/Stem:
3T Ergonova Team Stealth (42cm) / 3T ARX Team (120mm)

Saddle/Seatpost:
Fizik Antares / Cervélo Aero Seatpost

Brakes:
2012 SRAM Red Aerolink

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Zipp 101 / Zipp 88 / Continental Grand Prix 4-Season 23c

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Zipp 101 / Powertap G3C / Continental Grand Prix 4-Season 25c

Accessories:
Barfly Garmin Mount

Bike History

Click a link below to see past stages of this bike.

  1. Initial
  2. Drivetrain Update

Current Stage Info:

Opted for the more elliptical Rotor QXL rings up front which, at the moment, are only available in a standard-ish size combination of 53/38 rather than the 50/34 I was used to. I do a lot of flat-land riding solo, so I also swapped to an 11-23 cassette for a smoother set of ratios.

Also got rid of the last bits of FSA junk on the bike and finally got a power meter :D

Added by francisluu. Last updated over 9 years ago.

13 Comments

joserheo

joserheo says:

averaging 300W right?

Posted over 9 years ago

francisluu

francisluu says:

Over what time period?

Posted over 9 years ago

joserheo

joserheo says:

each ride

Posted over 9 years ago

joserheo

joserheo says:

i joke..what program do you use? WKO+?

Posted over 9 years ago

francisluu

francisluu says:

Haha, I use Strava and Training Peaks.

The longest I've held 300 watts is ~22 minutes. Definitely still working on that, heh.

Posted over 9 years ago

iaznryan

iaznryan says:

Wish I had a roadie like this

Posted almost 10 years ago

Fazz7

Fazz7 says:

nice ride bro!
riding w/ sandals and no helmet. cool!

Posted almost 10 years ago

Ewwyou

Ewwyou says:

Swet bike! I love me some 101's but I feel they are better suited for the R series.

Posted almost 10 years ago

francisluu

francisluu says:

Thanks!

Re: the 101s, for what reasons?

Posted almost 10 years ago

Ewwyou

Ewwyou says:

well they're a great all around wheel dont get me wrong... but, they are a superb climbing wheel. The R series bikes are superb climbing bikes so it just makes sense to me.
Im not getting on you for your choice though, Whats there not to like about the S series?! they're amazing machines.

Posted almost 10 years ago

francisluu

francisluu says:

Heh, no worries. I think it's super-interesting to understand why people choose the gear that they have, so I like getting an idea of others' perspectives : ) The S2 is my only road bike so like you said, the 101s are great for everything. I honestly could use a bit of help on the climbs, haha. The slight aero profile of the 101s also help when hammering on the flats :D

Posted almost 10 years ago

francisluu

francisluu says:

Haha, we were all cleaning our bikes together at my friend's place and he wanted to go for a quick spin down the block.

Posted almost 10 years ago

mtretyn

mtretyn says:

nice flip-flops

Posted almost 10 years ago