SIZE: 56 cm (I am 6'1" and fits me perfectly, with room to spare for more or less reach).
(PM me if you have specific photo requests, note that the three on-road photos are from when it had mechanical shifting)
CONDITION: Outstanding--obviously it's a few years old but it really shows almost no signs of use. I upgraded to Shimano Di2 Ultegra in March 2021 with new parts except for a slightly used rear derailleur since I wanted medium cage and those were hard to find new. It shifts flawlessly and the battery was brand new as of March, so holds a full charge. No carbon damage or mechanical issues and I am unaware of any noticeable cosmetic issues. I am the second owner. The first owner never built up the frame and it sat unused from 2014 to 2018 in a garage. There are really only three seasons of use on the bike.
Shimano Di2 11-speed Ultegra w/medium cage rear derailleur
Magura 6TT hydraulic rim brakes
Power2Max Eco crank-spider based power meter (highly accurate)
Profile Design 58/TwentyFour carbon rims (58mm deep)
Rotor 53/39 crankset 170mm (standard circular, not oval)
11-32 Shimano Cassette (great for hilly courses)
No pedals included
Profile Design rigid bento box specific to the P5-6
XLab rear bottle holder and carbon cage
FAST: I rode the bike to 2019 North Carolina IM 70.3 â€˜s 20th overall bike split (4th in 25-29 AG) and 2021 North Carolina IM 70.3's 16th fastest overall bike split. This is a seriously FAST bike and you will notice it immediately. For reference, I averaged 24.3 MPH on 220 average watts in the 2021 NC 70.3.
MAINTENANCE: I have had this maintained every season by my local bike shop, and have regularly washed, cleaned and lubed the chain and components, and replaced the chain as needed myself. Note that the 3T Aduro Basebar was replaced in 2018 by my local Cervelo dealer per the recall you may have read about, so no need to worry about that.
I'm only selling because I'm in the market for a new-gen tri bike. PM me if you want more pictures.
LOCAL PICKUP PREFERRED. The bike is currently located in Chattanooga, TN. My strong preference is to have buyer pickup locally so we donâ€™t have any unexpected shipping damage, but I am willing to ship for $125 and if buyer accepts responsibility for any shipping damage.
SADDLE: I intend to keep the saddle that is pictured and the bike will be sold with its ISM Adamo Prologue stock saddle.
SHIPPING: If shipping desired, I will have bike professionally packed and shipped at buyer's expense (approximately $125, but TBD).