Mark Threlfall’s Presenter Pro Bike With SRAM Aero HRD Disc Brakes
- published: 26 Nov 2017
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I’ve only finished a ride, and we suspicion I’d take a event to run we by a bike that I’ve been regulating for a final few months, along with a few set-up choices and a integrate of new additions to a bike.
This is a Cervelo P5X, ordinarily referred to as a superbike due to a dumb support pattern where it’s pulling a bounds in terms of a aerodynamics. But with that it does meant it’s not authorised for UCI racing, though it is authorised for a lot of triathlon races, that is propitious for us triathletes. I’ve had a event to float this, and we have to contend we was distrustful in a start, though over a final few months of roving it, it has turn my go-to bike.
Now something I’m unequivocally vehement to speak about are my brakes. And until now I’ve been roving a part-mechanical, part-hydraulic front brakes, though now we have a new SRAM S-900 Aero HRD front brakes that are entirely hydraulic and a lot easier to actuate, for what appears to be a some-more absolute braking. And while we haven’t indispensable to, a levers can indeed be practiced to a opposite stretch for opposite palm sizes. And another good hold is a textured underneath of a push for combined hold when your hands are soppy or sweaty during training or racing. And relocating down by a brake, a callipers are mounted regulating a flat-mount, and afterwards a discs are 160 mil for limit braking.
This bike is entirely kitted out with SRAM RED eTap on both a front and back derailleurs, that is entirely wireless, definition they can be tranquil by a particular buttons on a finish of a aero bars. To make things even improved they have …
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