Our eco-system allows us to connect and leverage technology and data, enabling our riders and staff to perform at their highest level in the sport. With this information, we’re able to create a holistic picture that helps us manage our athlete’s health and wellness. TECHNOLOGY & DATA ROTORROTOR’s Powermeters measure the actual workload a rider is doing. We consider this one of the most accurate ways to measure the effort, and we use this data to prescribe training. GARMINOur Garmin wearables and GPS computers provide us with athlete, race, and training data, which can then be used to track, analyse, and assess our rider’s performance.

The Cervelo R3 is the bike of choice for a number of our African Team riders for the 2018 Spring Classics. Pictured here is Edvald Boasson Hagen’s R3, race ready with all the key parts beautifully highlighted by the lens of Scott Mitchell. Eddy rides the R3 Fluoro with an ENVE 4.5 wheelset, ENVE stem and ENNV handlebar. The handlebar is wrapped by Joystick with the other rider touch points being Shimano pedals and a matching fluo coloured Astute saddle. A Rotor 2INpower crankset drives the bike forward with complements of a KMC chain. Continental tyres and Elite bottle cages are the finishing touches this.

Team MTN-Qhubeka p/b Samsung will be making use of the Cervélo S5 model for the 2015 season. With over 16 years of aero road frame development, the S5 is the fastest road frame in the world. The focus on aerodynamics is evident in every aspect of the frame design with absolutely zero stiffness being compromised. From Theo Bos sprinting to the line in a Grand Tour bunch sprint to Edvald Boasson Hagen tackling the undulating and rough classics roads, the S5 will be the bike of choice. Equipped with ENVE wheels and cockpits, ROTOR rings, cranks and power meters, KMC chains, Ceramic Speed bearings and.

Team MTN-Qhubeka p/b Samsung will be making use of the Cervélo R5 model for the 2015 season. The lightweight and stiffness coupled with its watt saving aero frame makes the R5 the perfect frame for the mountainous stages. Louis Meintjes and Merhawi Kudus among others, will enjoy the stiff bottom bracket that allows for faster acceleration and attacks when the gradient rises to the 10% mark and beyond. Equipped with ENVE wheels and cockpits, ROTOR rings, cranks and power meters, KMC chains, Ceramic Speed bearings and Fizik saddles the R5 gives the MTN-Qhubeka p/b Samsung riders the fastest bike possible when going uphill. Web: www.cervelo.com.

In the race against the clock, Team MTN-Qhubeka p/b Samsung will be using the Cervélo P5. The P5 is by far the most popular bicycle at time trials and triathlon events worldwide, and with good reason. No frame has won more pro races at all levels than the P series Cervélo’s. Its revolutionary aerodynamic design makes the P5 the number 1 “Superbike” in the world. Together with an extremely unique and frame integrated 3T cockpit, the MTN-Qhubeka p/b Samsung P5’s will be equipped with ENVE wheels and cockpits, ROTOR Q-rings, cranks and power meters, KMC chains, Ceramic Speed bearings and Fizik saddles. All these components.