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Dave Zabriskie’s Cervélo R5 VWD Garmin-Barricuda team bike features a few custom modifications by mechanic Alex Banyay (Ben Delaney/BikeRadar)

Garmin-Barricuda’s time-trial ace David Zabriskie moved into
the leader’s jersey at the Amgen Tour of California
thanks to his skills
against the clock on the new Cervélo P5, but he’s racing the remainder of the
event on a Cervélo R5 RWD.

There are a few notable things about Zabriskie’s road rig:
custom frame modifications, and — as befits a champion time trialists —
time-trial chain rings and a time-trial saddle. Zabriskie also run a double
thickness of handlebar tape.

As Cervélo’s R series bikes do not come with internal
routing for Shimano Di2, Garmin-Barricuda mechanic Alex Banyay took matters
into his own hands, and drilled a hole in the top tube to run the wiring
through. (Don’t try this at home, kids — it voids your warranty).

Where the wiring comes out at the bottom bracket area,
Banyay took advantage of the existing hole in the frame for the front
derailleur cable to run the Di2 wire up to the front derilleur. Then he ran the
rear wire back to the rear derailleur, taping and zip-tying it down along the
way.

Banyay also drilled mounting holes for the Di2 battery on
the bottom of the down tube.

Zabriskie is using Rotor’s aero time-trial chain rings and spider
cover, with a standard 53/39 configuration. Rotor general manager Kervin
Quinones said the TT rings are a little bit stiffer (and a little bit heavier)
than the regular road rings, and of course also offer a bit of an aero
advantage.

The Rotor 3D+ cranks are mounted with Rotor’s version of the
PF30 bottom bracket, using ceramic bearings. The set-up features a lock ring
that preloads the bearings with a 2mm Allen key.

See how Zabriskie fares on his P5 VWD at the Amgen Tour of California
with complete coverage on Cyclingnews.com
.

A professional custom modification by Garmin-Barricuda mechanic Alex Banyay tucks the Shimano Di2 wires into the top tube

Complete bike specifications

  •     Frame: Cervélo R5 VWD, 54cm
  •     Headset: FSA Orbit IS-2
    integrated, 1-1/8in
  •     Stem: 3T ARX Team, 13cm x -6°
  •     Handlebar: 3T Ergonova Team
    Carbon, 42cm (c-c)
  •     Tape: Double wrapped on tops;
    single wrapped on drops
  •     Front brake: Shimano Dura-Ace
    BR-7900 w/ SwissStop Yellow King pads
  •     Rear brake: Shimano Dura-Ace
    BR-7900 w/ SwissStop Yellow King pads
  •     Brake levers: Shimano Dura-Ace
    Di2 STI Dual Control ST-7970
  •     Front derailleur: Shimano
    Dura-Ace Di2 FD-7970
  •     Rear derailleur: Shimano
    Dura-Ace Di2 RD-7970
  •     Shift levers: Shimano Dura-Ace
    Di2 STI Dual Control ST-7970
  •     Cassette: Shimano Dura-Ace
    CS-7900, 11-25T
  •     Chain: Shimano Dura-Ace
    CN-7900
  •     Crankset: Rotor 3D+ TT, 175mm,
    53/39T
  •     Bottom bracket: Rotor Ceramic
  •     Pedals: Garmin Vector (without
    power-meter internals)
  •     Wheelset: Mavic Cosmic Carbone
    Ultimate
  •     Front tire: Mavic Yksion
    GripLink tubular
  •     Rear tire: Mavic Yksion
    PowerLink tubular
  •     Saddle: Fi’zi:k Ares
  •     Seatpost: 3T Doric Team, zero setback
  •     Bottle cages: Arundel Mandible
    (2)
  •     Computer: Garmin Edge 500

Critical measurements

  •     Rider’s height: 1.83m (6ft)
  •     Rider’s weight: 67kg (147lb)
  •     Saddle height, from BB (c-t):
    78mm

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