MTN-Qhubeka's Steve Cummings won stage 14 of the Tour de France Saturday on Nelson Mandela International Day, a momentous occasion for the first African-based team in the world's biggest grand tour.
Qhubeka is World Bicycle Relief's program in South Africa, and the organization is using the Tour de France to raise awareness and funds to provide 5,000 students in South Africa with bicycles.
There are a few notably pieces on his P5. Magura's hydraulic rim brakes allow for tight routing of the brake lines through the aero frame — often a severe limiter in brake performance on cabled bikes due to friction — without compromise in braking performance. Similarly, Shimano Di2 wires can be tucked into the tightest of bends without issue.
ENVE is the team's wheel sponsor, but the Utah company does not make a disc wheel. So what looks almost certainly to be a HED Stinger Disc is used here unmarked, save the logo on the skewer.
As with the rest of his team, Cummings' bikes all have the new MTN-Qhubeka paint job that celebrates that Qhubeka's #BicyclesChangesLives campaign.
Horizontal dropouts on the P5 allow for rear wheel placement that is nice and tight behind the seat tube
Complete bike specifications
- Frame: Cervélo P5
- Fork: Cervélo P5
- Stem: 3T Aduro integrated
- Handlebar: 3T Aduro integrated
- Brake levers: Magura RT8 TT
- Brake calipers: Magura RT8 TT
- Front derailleur: Shimano Dura-Ace 9070 Di2
- Rear derailleur: Shimano Dura-Ace 9070 Di2
- Shifters: Shimano Dura-Ace 9071 Di2 TT Shifters
- Cassette: Shimano Dura-Ace 9000, 11-25
- Chain: KMCX11SL DLC
- Cranks: Rotor Power, 54/42t
- Pedals: Speedplay Zero
- Front wheel: ENVE 8.9 SES 85mm tubular
- Rear wheel: HED Stinger Disc
- Tubulars: Schwalbe One, 24mm
- Saddle: Selle Italia Kronos
- Other: Elite Crono CX bottle and cage, CeramicSpeed bottom bracket and hub bearings
- Complete bike weight: 8.79kg / 19.382lb