Mar 28, 2002 7:45 AM
|Anyone have one of these frames? I was thinking about making a dedicated TT bike. Trying to figure out why the geometry charts in the latest Excel catalog are different from Cervelos on their webpage.
Where are these bikes made? Canada?
|more info here||RideLots|
Mar 28, 2002 8:05 AM
|re: Cervelo P2K||Akirasho|
Mar 28, 2002 7:35 PM
|... dunno why the geometry charts are different... the yahoo group is frequented by Gerard Vroomen, and he's fairly free and candid with answers.
I've got a '00 P2K and it IS a dedicated TT bike... and an excellent one at that. According to the site... the '02 bikes are blue only... glad I got mine in '00!!! Nothing says speed on a bike quite like RED (the bike has been "upgraded" with a CK headset, Ouzo Pro Aero full CF fork and ZIPP crankset since the photo)!
Remain In Light.
|re: Cervelo P2K||longfellow68|
Mar 29, 2002 3:49 AM
I'm still deciding what size to get. Its either a 55 or 58, but I'm thinking 58. I'm 6', with long torso and arms.
I ride a Trek OCLV size 58 road bike.
As long as the thing is adjustable and the top tube falls in my range.
|I have a P2K.....||campbell53|
Mar 29, 2002 1:25 PM
|I ride a 58cm Cannondale R600 and have a 58cm P2k as well. Both fit fine. The Cervelo has a reversable seat post making it possible to adjust from 74 to 78 degrees. I am 6' with long legs but the adjustable seatpost makes the reach perfect for me. I highly recommend the Cervelo and if you have questions about the bike or the fit, e-mail Cervelo and you will get a reply from one of the owners (Gerald Vroomen) himself. That's what sold me on this bike and I am very happy.