The Cervelo S5 – A Stylish Road Bike With Excellent Suspension
Cervelo has really come up with something special with the new S5. The redesigned Cervelo S5 comes as a sleek, new V-shape stem that solves the problem of not having any adjustability at all with today’s integrated front fork. This stems from the fact that the bike can be adjusted from either straight (no front fork to slow you down when you’re riding faster) or a reverse (to slow you down when you’re cruising along) position. You can also add your own handlebars, which allows you to get some much needed customization for your body style and height. Here’s a quick rundown of this great new bike and what makes it so special:
The main characteristic of this bike that stands out is its long, low, and wide handlebars. This allows the rider to have a good hand position without worrying about having to bend over too far or just straightening their arms. While many people are used to traditional handlebars that don’t have any give, the S5’s are actually very ergonomic and provide a very good amount of leverage. The stiff yet springy feel of the bars combined with the short, upward facing reach of the handlebar makes it very easy to press forward without straining or breaking your fingers.
The wheels used on this bike are rather special as well. They are made of carbon along with Kevlar for extra strength and lightness. Not only does this make them more resistant to abrasion, but it also makes them very smooth for an extremely smooth ride. In fact, the company claims that their aero road bike rim brake actually has less resistivity than most aero road bikes, making it ideal for tight maneuvers and less-than-ideal uphill terrain. Because of its lightweight construction and its stiffness, the S5 offers up a lot of versatility for riders.
One of the biggest features of this new s5 is its stiffness. The frame is built of a very stiff 2mm titanium spindle, which provides both incredible stiffness and lightness, making it a fantastic cross country bike. The fork is also built stiff, with no flex at the crown or within the fork itself. The fork’s internal geometry is similar to that of a standard mountain bike fork, providing a very smooth ride while also having very low rolling resistance thanks to its rigid construction. For ultimate handling, you can upgrade to a stiffer fork, which will give you greater strength and give you a smoother ride as well.
A popular feature of many aftermarket bikes is a change in the type of suspension they use. There are now several tube shapes to choose from, including hard tail, soft tail, and even dual suspension. Each of these has different strengths and uses, so you can easily find one that will suit your specific riding style and body type.
If you’re looking for a lightweight but powerful road bike, then the Cervelo S5 may be exactly what you’re looking for. Its lightweight frame and stiffness make it perfect for those who don’t want to sacrifice much on performance. The S5 has a rear wheel drive, but it has a much lower top speed than other similarly sized road bikes. But, it still manages to achieve very good speeds and is very strong. Because of its lack of stiffness and powerful drive, the S5 is also better suited to those who don’t need much assistance when going fast. It’s just good to have options.