WARP 5000

WARP 5000

Color variants

WARP 5000
frame WARP TRI CF4
frame size S, M
derailleur (f) Shimano Ultegra DF
shifter front Shimano BS-R1 2
brake lever Profile 3oneA
shifter rear Shimano BS-R1 11
brake front Shimano 105, Direct
brake rear Shimano 105-direct
chain KMC X11-1
  • 11-28 teeth
  • 11 speed
  • 100x9mm width front hub
  • 130x9mm width rear hub
  • 19mm inner width
  • 55mm height
spokes attached
  • 31.8mm diameter
  • -5° stem angle
handlebar Profile Ozero TT
headset Meida WARP
seat post MERIDA WARP Aero Carbon
saddle MERIDA-2302

weighed at frame size M (w/o pedals)

Bike Frame Geometry Image
Frame Size S M
Tyre Sizes 28" 28"
Frame Size CM 51 54
ST seat tube [mm] 510 540
TT top tube [mm] 517 550
CS chain stay length [mm] 408 408
HTA head tube angle [°] 71 72
STA seat tube angle [°] 76-80 76-80
BD bottom bracked drop [mm] 55 70
HT head tube [mm] 120 155.5
FL fork length [mm] 370 370
R reach [mm] 410 432
S stack [mm] 504 557
WB wheel base [mm] 1014 1037
SH stand over height [mm] 780 798
Body Height Cm < 173 167 - 183


Aero carbon triathlon frame with NACA fastback profiled tubing and completely integrated cable routing. Frame geometry optimised for Ironman 70.3 and 226 km races. Includes carbon dropouts and integrated seat clamp. Tapered head tube for precise handling. Di2 ready.

Cables are routed through the frame to keep the look of the bike neat and uncluttered, whilst the cables are out of the airflow and protected from moisture and dirt.

The aerodynamics are based around a NACA0028 teardrop profile (National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics) which is truncated. Air moves around the tube as though the missing rear section of the teardrop were still there, saving weight by using less material.

Direct mount brakes are significantly more aerodynamic than conventional brakes and, in terms of braking power, far superior to all integrated braking systems. They are also easier to look after and maintain and more straight forward when packing up your bike for transport.

Aero bikes deliver the best possible aerodynamics, but superb wind-tunnel performance data is useless if the rider can‘t get into the correct position. The ‘Flip Flop’ head allows seat angles to be optimised for comfort.

Designing WorldTour bikes is similar to F1; apparently nondescript details can result in saving split seconds. Integrated seat-post clamping minimises turbulence at the top tube.

Like WorldTour pro riders, many technology-loving triathletes trust in Shimano’s electronic Di2 shifting system, delivering reliability and efficient, effortless operation. Our WARP TRI is ‘Di2 ready’ and perfectly prepared for the installation of this technology with the battery mounted in the seat post.




Cables are routed through the frame, entering and exiting through smooth sockets. The bike looks neat, whilst the cables are protected from moisture and dirt.



To protect the integrity of carbon frames, the fibres are bonded together with an epoxy resin with added nano particles, increasing impact resistance by up to 40%.



When creating the individual carbon elements, an inflatable bladder is used to ensure there are no wrinkles inside the tube as these can add weight and create weakness. This results in a lighter, stiffer and stronger frame.