The bike is a MS with SRAM Red, R2C shifters, and 167.5mm crank arms. The saddle is an ISM Adamo TT.
The aerobar is a 3T Aura. The red highlight color is available as a special Cervelo OEM and really matches the bike's graphics. 3T has a Stealth model available this year, which is made for di2 and routes the brake cables out the rear of the base bar, which should make cleaner cable routing. The plain black graphics should match any BMC Time Machine model you choose to get. Part of the reason I chose this bar was because it would allow me enough extension length for a BTA bottle and a computer. I use an X-Lab Torpedo and a Profile Design Universal Computer Mount.
I use Fulcrum Racing Ts for training and Hed C2s for racing. I also use the Bontrager RXXXL brake levers with built-in barrel adjusters. Joe Santos, of Davis Wheelworks, did a great job setting up the bike and the brakes in particular. Once the brakes were set up and dialed in, swapping wheels with the barrel adjusters was a breeze. The Bontrager RXXXL brake levers, IMO, are a must with this bike.
The one thing I have not done, and will probably ask about when I next have the bike tuned up, is replace the drive side brake pad bolt with a hex head bolt. Damon Rinard once recommended this for the P5. It should make changing brake pads easier.
I am also racing IMTX this year. I would like to carry a bottle behind the saddle. The X-Lab Delta would be great, but I'm not sure where I would put my flat kit.
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