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Cervelo P2K(5 posts)

Cervelo P2Klongfellow68
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 hereRideLots
Mar 28, 2002 8:05 AM
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Cervelo/messages
re: Cervelo P2KAkirasho
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)!

We abide.

Remain In Light.
re: Cervelo P2Klongfellow68
Mar 29, 2002 3:49 AM
Nice...

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.

Doug Campbell