This post is about Jonas Vingegaard’s 2023 Bike size.
The 2022 Tour de France winner races the UCI World Tour season with the Jumbo Visma team.
Vingegaard attracted public attention by finishing second at the Tour de France 2021 and confirming his talent by winning the 2022 Tour de France in front of Tadej Pogacar.
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Leader of the Tour de France
Following his Tour de France 2022 victory, Vingegaard has fully grown up into a leader status among the Jumbo-Visma and is not serving as a Lieutenant to Primoz Roglic anymore.
The two team leaders have different race calendars in 2023.
Vingegaard’s 2023 Bike
Jonas Vingegaard is 1m75 tall, and his 2023 bike is a Cervelo R5 size 54cm. Which is the same size as 2022.
It is worth noting that Jonas Vingegaard and Tadej Pogacar are almost of the same height and ride the same bike size. It makes for a great duel.
The stem and handlebar are one-piece Vision Metron with 110mm of length and 400mm (C-C) of bar width.
Vingegaard’s seat post has a 25mm setback.
Unfortunately, I am still missing the precise position of Vingegaard’s Fizik saddle.
Jonas Vingegaard rides with 172.5mm Sram Red cranks length with 54/41 chainrings and features the integrated Quark PowerMeter.
The bottom-Bracket and Reserve wheels spin on ceramic bearings.
From 2023, Vingegaard races with Speedplay pedals.
On the mountain stages of the Criterium du Dauphine 2023, Jonas Vingegaard’s bike is riding with the Reserve 37 tubeless wheels and Vittoria Corsa Pro Graphen 700×28. (Get them here)
The gears on Vingegaard’s Cervelo bike are the SRAM red eTap AXS 12-speed.
The brake setup is 160mm SRAM Centerline XR disc rotors diameter at the front and 140mm diameter at the rear.
Wears and Bits
Jonas Vingegaard wears a Lazer Strada KinetiCore, a Genesis, and a Volante Kineticore helmet, depending on the race profile and weather.
Like his Jumbo-Jisma teammates, Vingegaard also wears some Oakley sunglasses, an Agu cycling jersey, bib shorts, and Nimbl cycling shoes in white color.
Despite a growing trend of not wearing cycling gloves among the professional peloton, Vingegaard wears cycling gloves on all races he participated in in 2023.
The brake hoods are in line with his handlebar’s drops which is consistent with the whole team Jumbo-Visma.
None of the riders of the team has his brake hoods set inward.
There is also a smart little accessory that doesn’t get much attention as it deserves.
Jonas Vingegaard’s bike has bar plug adapters acting as bumpers on the end of the bars.
They weigh 8gr for a pair and protect the end of the carbon handlebars in a crash.
The mechanics have to change the handlebars in case there are any cracks on the handlebars after a crash, so these protectors help protect the bars from getting damaged therefore saving the mechanics a lot of precious time on a Grand Tour.
The bar end plugs are made in the Netherlands by a company named “CloseTheGap” and the plugs’ name is “SaveMyBar“.
You might also be interested in Jumbo-Visma TT hand-made cycling shoes.
Jonas Vingegaard’s Cervelo R5 2023 total costs approximately US$ 16,000.
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