WELCOME TO THE ERA OF SPEED IN GRAVEL. A new breed of rider is emerging—one who loves the freedom and exploration that gravel culture was founded upon but who has a hunger to ride wild, to go full bore, and to explore not just geography but personal limits. This frontier requires a new kind of gravel machine, one engineered not to roam the trails, but to slay them. For these athletes, we created a machine engineered for pure, unapologetic speed—ready to take down finish lines, KOM leaderboards, PR’s, and FKT’s. A single bike that first generates maximum speed, then controls that speed across the variable conditions gravel athletes must conquer. A machine built without limits, for the riders willing to test them. ROAD RACING INSPIRED. GRAVEL RACING REFINED. It’s time to change the paradigm of gravel bike design from hauling gear slowly to empowering athletes quickly. Leveraging vast knowledge from road racing, the Aspero frame is designed with world tour stiffness for greater pedal power transfer, using less and lighter material to aid climbing and accelerating, while maximizing speeds with aerodynamic shapes critical to efficiency at speed. The Aspero lets you choose the tire that best suits the terrain so you're always in control, with clearance for 700x42c or 650Bx49 combinations. Since different outside rolling diameters of various wheel and tire combinations affect the bike handling, the fork includes a "Trail Mixer" design that adjusts trail to lessen the impact on handling when swapping between most common tire sizes. - Aspero full carbon frame and fork - Shimano GRX 2x11 drivetrain w/Easton EA90 crankset - Easton EA70 AX wheels - Shimano GRX hydraulic disc brakes
Caledonia is a bike for the way riders ride. It’s not a Grand Tour bike, where the skinniest of chubby tires rub the stays, and it’s not a gravel bike butting up against a 1989 MB-1. It’s a bike for the rides that kick off at the cafe, hammer up thoroughfares to get out of town, wind through chip-seal backroads, take that cutty dirt road that links up to the base of the mountain, and then scream downhill back toward home. Caledonia doesn’t fit in a box nicely, and we like it that way. It was conceived on our Thursday night rides—routes that often play fast and loose with 'road ride'. As we tried to stuff bigger tires into our R5s and streamline our Asperos, a new kind of bike was born. Removable FDM Our bolt-on front derailleur mount is made from high strength aluminum alloy and attaches to the frame with two countersunk screws. This allows for easy replacement in the event of damage and enables you to adapt to new standards as they become available or remove the front derailleur mount completely if you choose a 1x system. Integrated Accessory Mounts Integrated mounts enable the use of fenders, lights, and computers without compromising the aerodynamics or structure of your bike. The built-in mount systems provide a simple and clean-looking solution. - Cervelo carbon frame and fork - Shimano Ultegra drivetrain - Shimano Ultegra flat mount hydraulic disc brakes - DT Swiss E1850 23 Spline wheels
When you want a performance bike that doesn't empty your bank account, the P2 has your back. Reaping the benefits of Cervelo's years of experience in building fast bikes, the P2's focus on aerodynamic performance, usability, and ride quality is a winner. This bike is carefully engineered for an optimal stiffness to weight ratio for impressive power transfer and stable and precise handling. It provides class-leading aerodynamic performance, beating the competition of its price range. You will feel it from your first pedal stroke: a stiff response that inspires you to pedal harder and go faster. The P2 will let you focus on training and racing rather than stressing about your bike. It has flexible storage options (an accessory mount on the top tube and bottle carrier mount on the seat post) and a wide range of fit adjustability, so you can dial in your optimal position. The aero features that have made the P2 a trusted choice on the Kona Pier for a decade are all found on this model—specifically, a dropped down tube, extended seat tube cutout, and shielding seat stays. These frame shapes work together to reduce drag and make you faster. The S2 features a Shimano 105 drivetrain for crisp, reliable shifting and durable Shimano RS100 wheels. Triathlon-specific touch points, such as a Profile Design WING bars and an ISM saddle, make it race-ready out of the box.
Cervelo’s P2 is a TT/triathlon icon that puts superbike performance within reach of any serious athlete — from beginner to professional. From the smooth integration of the sleek head tube and sculpted down tube to the wheel cutout, every aspect of this bike defies the wind. In addition to its impressive aerodynamics, the P2 provides dialed, agile handling and optimal power transfer. Its wide range of fit options ensures a comfortable set-up that maximizes your power. Shimano 105 drivetrain components with an FSA crankset shift smoothly and quickly, while the wheels, either Shimano or Vision depending on your frame size, accelerate with ease and hold their speed. Cervelo’s aero seatpost, Profile’s highly adjustable T4 bars, and ISM's Prologue saddle round out this stellar bike. Features: - Wide range of storage and hydration options, including toptube and downtube accessory mount bosses, and an integrated seatpost accessory receiver - BBright: This asymmetrical 79mm bottom bracket standard yields stiffer and lighter frames and crank systems - Carbon dropouts: Tough, compression molded dropouts save weight with no sacrifice in strength compared to traditional metal dropouts - Future-proof cable management: Ensures your frame is compatible with all current and future derailleur and brake systems - Extended seat tube cutout: A close-fitting curve in the seat tube's trailing edge significantly improves aerodynamics by shielding the leading edge and top of the rear wheel - Shielding seat stays: Hide the rear brake calipers from the wind, not from the mechanic - Reduced-friction BB guide: Significantly reduces cable friction in the bottom bracket, which means smoother shifting, easier setup, and longer service intervals
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