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Nashbar CR5

Searched the webs for a cheap/inexpensive carbon frame. Found this with very little info on the ad. Looked to be about my size so I brought my tape measure for reach and stack. Looked good so I copped it for really cheap. I put all new components on it but left the shifters. No weight weenie stuff. Just reliable works here. I get asked if it's an older Tarmac. I said, "Nah. But it works." So that lead me to buy the decals that I slapped on here.

2017 Nashbar 105

Nashbar Carbon/FSA

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
Shimano 105 R7000 170mm / Token Ninja threaded BB86

Look Keo 2 Max Carbon

Shimano 105 R7000/11-28 cassette/ Wolftooth 1x 44T /KMC X11SL

Shimano RD-7000 SS/Shimano 5800 11 sp

Zipp Service Course 70 Ergo B2 41cm/Ritchey WCS 100mm

Fabric Ultimate ALM/Ritchey WCS Carbon Link Flexlogic

TRP R879

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Winspace Hyper 38's / Veloflex Corsa Evo 25c

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Winspace Hyper 38's / Veloflex Corsa Evo 25c

Ciclovation Bartape. Extralite top cap, 4iiii Precision 3 left crank PM

More Info:
15.25 lbs

Bike History

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

  1. Initial
  2. Stage 2

Added by J_Francis. Last updated 3 months ago.



MorganBlake says:

You have done an excellent job. Congratulations

Posted 5 months ago


ianiscaratti says:

looks a bit like a trek with speci decals but nice build

Posted about 1 year ago


duuuuuuuuuug says:

How do you like those wheels? Looking at a set

Posted over 1 year ago


J_Francis says:

I dig them a lot. Light and damn tough. Great bang for the buck.

Posted over 1 year ago


kill_choi says:

Hey man, how do you like the Fabric ALM?

Posted over 1 year ago


J_Francis says:

I was surprised with it because honestly I bought it more for aesthetic. With a bit of adjustment I found the position that work for me. It's comfortable on those 3+ hour rides.

Posted over 1 year ago