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Disc Brake Road Frameset


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R-Series Disc Road Frameset

As we see plenty of road bikes get more and more specialized, we're glad to see there are still some really good all-rounders out there like the Cervelo R-Series Disc Frameset. It's simply an ideal all-rounder that places a premium on stiffness to weight, lends a subtle nod to aerodynamics, and has a proven track record in some of the biggest races of the tour—all without neglecting rider comfort. If you value a jack-of-all-trades machine that's quick on the climbs, confident on the descents, and comfortable across long distances, talk to one of our gearheads and we can help you build this R-Series frame into the ideal bike for your racing and training needs.

There's no need to fear any sprint or climb when aboard the R-Series. The frameset is built using special carbon layups and construction techniques, allowing Cervelo to reduce the frame's weight while making it stiffer at key points. This remarkable stiffness to weight ratio means the R-Series is agile and responds instantly to pedaling efforts and tracks through turns with authority. Cervelo uses advanced engineering software like Finite Element Analysis (FEA) that allows it to better understand exactly how each layer of carbon fiber is working and if it's being used properly. Its carbon expertise prescribes a specific frame layup by placing hundreds of individually cut plies of carbon in a mold in a certain order and orientation. By precisely cutting these plies, the frame is able to be made lighter while still achieving the desired strength and reliability.

And because different areas of a frame experience different loads while climbing, sprinting, and descending, to better cope with these forces, Cervelo creates different layups by placing the fibers at different angles in specific areas for the desired metrics. In addition to reducing weight, maximizing strength and stiffness, it's also instrumental in how comfortable the bike is to ride and it's backed up with extensive in-house testing and real-world experience.

The carbon layup is only one area where Cervelo addresses the comfort issue. Another lies in its Elite Fit Road geometry, slotting in right between its Pro Fit Road on the R5 and S-Series bikes, and the Endurance Fit of its C-Series bikes. As such, it focuses on efficiency an allows for an easy setup of a variety of fits without compromising on comfort. Sure, its aggressive enough to race on, and often is, but not so much so that it's uncomfortable on all-day jaunts or stage races. As an added bonus, it clears 28mm wide tires where the added volume adds comfort and traction while reducing rolling resistance.

Returning Cervélo features include its BBright bottom bracket and Squoval Max tubing. It developed the wider BBright standard in an effort to increase stiffness by taking advantage of the real estate at the bottom bracket shell, seat tube, down tube, and chainstay. Additionally, it plays well with all major crank standards. Squoval Max tubing allows the design engineers the ability to use the best attributes of a square and oval shape to improve the bike's ride quality while minimizing weight and maximizing stiffness. Additionally, while not as out-and-out aero as its S-Series lineup, tube shapes and internal cable routing do serve as some aero tricks up its sleeve when you're driving off the front of the pace line.

We also love all of the small details that make a Cervelo a Cervelo. Things like its Future-Proof Cable Management system allows for full compatibility across mechanical, electronic, and hydraulic brake and derailleur systems. Its interchangeable cable stops snap into the frame and is easily swapped out by hand to accommodate different builds. And for those that prefer tried and true mechanical shifting, you'll appreciate its Reduced-Friction BB Guide, which maintains a consistent curve for each cable path that avoids extreme bends or kinks. The result is significantly reduced friction, easier setup, smoother shifting, and longer service intervals.

  • Cervelo's lightweight, comfortable, race-focused all-rounder
  • Built with a strong emphasis on stiffness to weight
  • Frame blends classic aesthetics with modern innovation
  • Squoval tubing balances responsiveness, weight, and aerodynamics
  • Elite Road Fit is slightly less aggressive than the R5's Pro Road Fit
  • Tire clearance accommodates up to 28mm wide rubber
  • BBright shell optimizes power transfer vs. other designs
  • Cervelo's R-Series has a racing pedigree backed up with advanced engineering

Tech Specs
Frame Materialcarbon
Wheel Size700c
ForkCervelo carbon R-Series disc
Head Tube Diameter1-1/8 - 1-1/2in tapered
Headset IncludedFSA IS2
Bottom Bracket TypeBBright
Cable Routinginternal
Front Derailleur Mountbraze-on
Brake Typeflat-mount disc
Compatible Componentselectronic and mechanical drivetrains
SeatpostCervelo SP19 27.2 Carbon
Seatpost Diameter27.2mm
Front Axle12 x 100mm
Rear Axle12 x 142mm
Tire Clearance37mm
Extraschainstay protector
Manufacturer Warrantylimited lifetime

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