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The very first impression was very positive. And yes, the all black theme is great.
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From the side the new bars are not that obvious.
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But from the front and slightly above you can see the differences well. Cervelo claims a 4.4 watts savings from the bars alone, and 21.3 watts on the complete bike compared to the previous S5VWD.
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Tube shapes have been expanded and help with stiffness and aerodynamics.
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Up close with the front end of the new Cervelo S5.
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A bit of gloss on the rear section of the bike, otherwise it is all matte black.
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The Cervelo fork matches the lines of the bike quite nicely.
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The dropouts were redesigned on the S5.
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Up close with the seatpost clamp on the S5. In a size 48 it comes with the 2 position post.
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Fizik is the saddle of choice for Cervelo.
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The relationship with Rotor has been going on for quite a while now.
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Phil White has known Steve Hed before he and Gerard Vroomen started Cervelo, but now the wheels are finally on the bikes.
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New for Cervelo is also the relationship with Continental tires.