Hot on the tails of Francis Cade's mouth watering Wilier MTB build, this week we had the pleasure of building up another super bike for one of our favourite cycling bloggers, podcasters, endurance athletes, and all-round lovable guy Chris Hall.
Chris is equally well known for his long-distance cycling efforts - often for great causes - as he is for his lively content featured on his amazing blog. Close friend of Francis as well as almost everyone else in the London cycling scene, he has some stunning bikes, often featuring on equally stunning rides.
Chris's Cervelo C3 had served him well as a trusty do it all, comfy, winter bike. The plush geometry and ample tyre clearance makes them a popular choice for this kind of bike. Whether it's for a go-everywhere endurance machine or a sturdy winter training/commuter, the Cervelo C3 is a great bike. You can read our previous write up on the model here.
One of the undervalued joys of modern high end bikes is the interchangability inherent within its parts. That's to say that what can be an endurance bike with long winter miles in mind, can quite easily find itself morphed into a peloton-ready superbike with a simple frameswap. This is exactly what Chris had in mind with this build. Enamoured with the shape and clean lines of the all new Cervelo S5s, Chris wanted to upgrade to something a bit flashier and faster.
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Photos courtesy of Chris.
Trek are a huge company, both on the high street and in the peloton. Given the size of the company they naturally produce a huge and diverse collection of bicycles across almost all disciplines. In this blog we're going to take a quick look at the three main offerings they have for road cycling; the Madone, Domane, and Emonda.