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Has anyone heard of Cervelo bikes?(9 posts)

Has anyone heard of Cervelo bikes?Cartman
Jun 6, 2001 7:43 AM
I saw one at the local time trials last night. A sharp looking bike. Anyone have any experience with them? Their website is
re: Has anyone heard of Cervelo bikes?duh!
Jun 6, 2001 8:12 AM
Cervelo is only one of the top tt bikes made.
I think Excel or Colo. Sports sold them...cory
Jun 6, 2001 9:42 AM
Saw them in a catalog several months ago, pretty sure it was either Excel or Colorado. You might be able to get information there.
Supergo has 'em nowsidley
Jun 6, 2001 11:07 AM now carries cervelo frames
re: Cervelo bikesTurtleherder
Jun 6, 2001 9:52 AM
Light, stiff, fast, bladed tubes, very cool. The real trick thing that they have is a special seat post and clamp that lets you vary the effective seat tube angle. Not sure of the exact range but something like 74 to 78 degrees.
re: Has anyone heard of Cervelo bikes?Mel Erickson
Jun 6, 2001 10:33 AM
OLN just did a review on them. Caught it this morning on (I think) To The Edge? while getting ready for work. They also reviewed Kestrel and Litespeed TT bikes. The three reviewers were tri-athletes. The Cervelo came in third, mainly due to the comfort factor. But they liked the internal routing and clean appearance. I think they also liked the weight and handling. These are rather cursory reviews.
Correction, GearGuide-Triathlon nmMel Erickson
Jun 6, 2001 10:43 AM
Not the most comfortable for road ridingmr_spin
Jun 6, 2001 11:48 AM
They are great bikes for time-trials and triathlons. They look sharp, too. If you do a lot of road riding but can only own one bike, you'll probably want to go with something else. Everyone I know who has one also has a second bike.
re: Has anyone heard of Cervelo bikes?climberted
Jun 7, 2001 1:33 AM
website is