Skip to main content

Mark Renshaw's Cervelo S5 - Gallery

Image 1 of 21

Mark Renshaw's Cervelo S5

Mark Renshaw's Cervelo S5 (Image credit: Colin Levitch / Immediate Media)
Image 2 of 21

Renshaw also opted for the slightly deeper SES 7.8 wheelset, where the rest of the team was on shallower rims

Renshaw also opted for the slightly deeper SES 7.8 wheelset, where the rest of the team was on shallower rims (Image credit: Colin Levitch / Immediate Media)
Image 3 of 21

The rear DA caliper is a bit cleaner than the front

The rear DA caliper is a bit cleaner than the front (Image credit: Colin Levitch / Immediate Media)
Image 4 of 21

Name badge and race card holder ready to go

Name badge and race card holder ready to go (Image credit: Colin Levitch / Immediate Media)
Image 5 of 21

Shimano's Dura-Ace 9070 Di2 front derailleur is super reliable

Shimano's Dura-Ace 9070 Di2 front derailleur is super reliable (Image credit: Colin Levitch / Immediate Media)
Image 6 of 21

but just in case, Renshaw is running a ROTOR chain catcher

but just in case, Renshaw is running a ROTOR chain catcher (Image credit: Colin Levitch / Immediate Media)
Image 7 of 21

Renshaw is one of many riders running Tacx Deva bottle cages

Renshaw is one of many riders running Tacx Deva bottle cages (Image credit: Colin Levitch / Immediate Media)
Image 8 of 21

Renshaw's saddle of choice is a Fizik Aliante

Renshaw's saddle of choice is a Fizik Aliante (Image credit: Colin Levitch / Immediate Media)
Image 9 of 21

Lizard Skins bar tape is soft and pretty grippy too. Extra points for the black camo design

Lizard Skins bar tape is soft and pretty grippy too. Extra points for the black camo design (Image credit: Colin Levitch / Immediate Media)
Image 10 of 21

Renshaw was riding 25mm Conti Competition tubulars

Renshaw was riding 25mm Conti Competition tubulars (Image credit: Colin Levitch / Immediate Media)
Image 11 of 21

A closer look at the non drive In2Power 172.5mm crank arm

A closer look at the non drive In2Power 172.5mm crank arm (Image credit: Colin Levitch / Immediate Media)
Image 12 of 21

A CeramicSpeed bottom bracket for Renshaw

A CeramicSpeed bottom bracket for Renshaw (Image credit: Colin Levitch / Immediate Media)
Image 13 of 21

Renshaw was running Rotor's NoQ round rings and the brand's IN2Power cranks

Renshaw was running Rotor's NoQ round rings and the brand's IN2Power cranks (Image credit: Colin Levitch / Immediate Media)
Image 14 of 21

No sign of Rotor's Uno groupset, nor Shimano's new 9150 Di2

No sign of Rotor's Uno groupset, nor Shimano's new 9150 Di2 (Image credit: Colin Levitch / Immediate Media)
Image 15 of 21

Spinning on the 11-28T Ultegra cassette is a gold KMC chain

Spinning on the 11-28T Ultegra cassette is a gold KMC chain (Image credit: Colin Levitch / Immediate Media)
Image 16 of 21

Dimension Data is the only WorldTour team running Speedplay pedals this year

Dimension Data is the only WorldTour team running Speedplay pedals this year (Image credit: Colin Levitch / Immediate Media)
Image 17 of 21

Renshaw is using a 130mm ENVE stem

Renshaw is using a 130mm ENVE stem (Image credit: Colin Levitch / Immediate Media)
Image 18 of 21

Stealthy 400mm ENVE bars at the front and an out-front Garmin mount

Stealthy 400mm ENVE bars at the front and an out-front Garmin mount (Image credit: Colin Levitch / Immediate Media)
Image 19 of 21

The whole Dimension Data team is running Shimano 9070 Di2 shifters

The whole Dimension Data team is running Shimano 9070 Di2 shifters (Image credit: Colin Levitch / Immediate Media)
Image 20 of 21

We grabbed Renshaw's bike just as he got back from a training ride, so the Dura-Ace caliper brakes were covered in a healthy coating of dust

We grabbed Renshaw's bike just as he got back from a training ride, so the Dura-Ace caliper brakes were covered in a healthy coating of dust (Image credit: Colin Levitch / Immediate Media)
Image 21 of 21

The whole Dimension Data team is running Shimano 9070 Di2 shifters, but Renshaw isn't using any sprint shifters

The whole Dimension Data team is running Shimano 9070 Di2 shifters, but Renshaw isn't using any sprint shifters (Image credit: Colin Levitch / Immediate Media)

This article originally appeared on BikeRadar

Hailing from Bathurst in the Central Tablelands of New South Wales, Mark Renshaw has just completed his 15th Tour Down Under.

This year in Adelaide he and the rest of the Team Dimension Data riders rode Cervélo S5s, with Renshaw riding a size 54 frame.

With the team running Rotor's In2Power power meters this year, Renshaw opted for the brand's NoQ Aero round chainrings in a 54/39T combo and 172.5mm cranks. At the back Renshaw was running an 11-28T Ultegra cassette, as well as a gold KMC chain for a bit of added bling.

While none of the World Tour teams received a full 9170 Di2 groupset and given Dimension Data's relationship with Rotor, the brand's Uno hydraulic groupset is a notable omission. None the less, Renshaw was running Shimano Dura-Ace 9070 Di2 shifters and derailers as well as Dura-Ace 9000 caliper brakes.

With a full ENVE finishing kit, Renshaw was the only Dimension Data rider we saw rolling on the brand's SES 7.8, with most opting for the shallower SES 4.5. Rolling around Enve's new carbon road hub, the rims were wrapped in 25mm Conti Competition tubulars and the wheels secured with DT swiss skewers from last year.

Renshaw's touch points were made up of a Fizik Aliante R1 Large and 400mm ENVE bars wrapped in black camo Lizard Skins DPS bar tape, attached to a 130mm stem.

Dimension Data is also the only men's World Tour Team sponsored by Speedplay for 2017 and it's got the Zero pedals in the team's lime green colour scheme — Renshaw was running 53mm stainless steel axles.

Swipe or click through the gallery above to see more of the Australian's bike.

Frame: Cervélo S5, size 54
Fork: Cervélo S5
Headset: CeramicSpeed
Stem: Enve Road carbon, 130mm, 6-degree
Handlebar: Enve Road Compact, 40cm (42cm c-c at drops)
Tape: Lizard Skins DSP Black Camo
Front brake: Shimano Dura-Ace 9000
Rear brake: Shimano Dura-Ace 9000
Brake/shift levers: Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 9070
Front derailleur: Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 9070
Rear derailleur: Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 9070
Cassette: Shimano Ultegra, 11-28T
Chain: KMC X11SL
Crankset: Rotor 2INPower, 172.5mm, 54/39T
Bottom bracket: CeramicSpeed
Pedals: Speedplay Zero, 53mm axle
Wheelset: Enve SES 7.8
Tyres: Continental Competition tubular, 25mm
Saddle: Fizik Aliante R1 Large
Seatpost: Cervélo S5 Carbon
Bottle cages: Tacx Deva

Critical measurements
Rider's height: 1.79m
Rider's weight: 72kg
Saddle height from bottom bracket: 745mm
Centre of saddle to centre of bar: 705mm
Head tube length: 135mm
Top tube length (effective): 555mm
Total bicycle weight: 7.26kg / 16lbs