Hey! A while ago, I decided to build my own bike from components and a carbon frame bought in China and I settled for a Dengfu. I initially wanted to get an FM-66 which is really greatly reviewed but it seems that they’re phasing out the product and I had to choose a new frame. I went into the road frame category and I picked this one, the R-02 which is by the looks pretty similar to the Cervélo R5 even if it’s an open-mould and definitely not the same design It’s a super light frame, Di2 compatible not that I’m gonna build it that way but anyways The frame is announced at 840 grams give or take 45 grams and I think the fork is around 200-300 grams So super super light frame So I contacted them by Skype and I talked to one of their employees called Melody. She provided all the details. She speaks pretty good english. So she emailed me the invoice with the total price. So it was the R-02 frame with non ISP, non integrated seatpost, in size 58 cm, with standard bottom bracket, in unidirectional mate finish, so mate black that includes frame, fork and seatpost I bought a headset for the bike, a set of carbon spacers, and 2 extra rear hangers which I really recommend if you buy a Chinese carbon frame, an open mould frame because they’re really good to have in case something goes wrong. Postage was 85 US dollars and the total came out to 687 US dollars for a super light frame, a fork, headset, seatpost and a couple of extra accessories. Pretty good price and I just received it along with the other parts of the bicycle so I’m going to open it with you. It was shipped I think 5 days ago so it got here pretty quickly, from China to Switzerland in about 4 days. That’s the quality of EMS, Express Mail Service. I already opened the box to check if there was any damage but as you can see, the box is in really good condition. I haven’t yet unpacked the frame, which we’re going to do now. As you can see, it’s pretty well packed. There’s a lot of bubble-gum… Err, bubble-gum! Pfft. There’s a lot of bubble-wrap. Here’s the fork. The seat post. Probably all the extras. And here’s the frame! It’s really light. It’s beautiful! Spacers between the chainstays to prevent them from bending. Protective stuff over the rear mech hanger as well And I didn’t know if there was going to be any of those but it seems the frame, for the internal cable routing, has those liners Front derailleurs braze. Pretty clean finish in there. I don’t see any rough spots. The bottom bracket shell. Let’s take a look at the accessories. Carbon stem spacers. They didn’t have them in UD anymore and I didn’t want to wait for them to paint them so I got them in 3K Seatpost clamp Rubbery things for the cable holes That’s to attach the saddle. Extra rear mech hangers. And here’s the headset. It’s not the lightest but from what I read it’s pretty good so that will do the job. Mount the seat post clamp. Grab the seat post, slider it down the seat tube and just tighten it by hand. Done! Grab the drive-side axle et push it through the bottom bracket and you don’t want to be too gentle with that. Ram it all the way in there with the palm of your hand.