15min later, ready to ride

I threw on one of my higher rise (30deg) 110mm stems on here instead of the flat 120mm stem it came with. I will probably swap in my saddle too. This is a 61cm, the biggest Cervelo makes (I usually ride a 62-63cm frame), so I've got quite a bit of seat post showing to get my 85cm BB-to-seat height.

  • slightly-less-random 7y

    Fine lookin' bicycle
  • Ken MacInnis 7y

    I know you're a big dude, but those look like 650C wheels on a clown bike. :)

    Lennerd Zinn is also a big dude and his custom stuff may work for you: Big and Tall Custom Bikes (the frame on that page was built for Bill Cartwright)
  • Brad Lauster 7y

    Matt, do you have a bike blog? You should.
  • Matt Haughey 7y

    brad, I was going to start one, but then figured I might as well just keep putting cycling stuff out on my personal site. One less site (of many) to maintain and all...
  • smoovebert 7y

    yeah that's all crazy looking especially when you're shooting 17mm on a full frame body.
  • Chuck Lawrence 7y

    smaller frame when fit correctly will be more aero. the long seatpost should help dampen/absorb some road shock but that also affects power to the peddles......bitchin' bike.

    My racing days are over but I still a have a museum of bikes in my garage.
  • smoovebert 7y

    ok ok ok let's see you do a backyard on THIS one
  • Ben Fischler 7y

    holy crap thats a big frame.
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