|CSC and Cervelo to continue...||Akirasho|
Jan 23, 2004 8:34 AM
|Until recently, even amongst hard core cyclists, Cervelos were best known, if known at all, for their time trial and triathelete specific frames... but with a high profile sponsorship deal with CSC, I'm sure their sales worldwide will improve.
Riis Cycling, the management company of Team CSC, and Cervélo Cycles have announced the continuation of their partnership through to the end of 2006. The team officially rode on Cervélo bikes for the first time in 2003, and both team management and Cervélo were happy with the results, which included three stage wins and a fourth overall in the Tour de France.
Be the bike.
|Anybody here ride a Cervelo Prodigy or Super Prodigy?||fracisco|
Jan 23, 2004 9:21 AM
|They look like they have a nice spec., and I was thinking that a Super Prodigy might make a nice long ride frame to complement my Cannondale. The reviews on this site look good, but I was looking for personal experience, or if anybody has seen them in person.|
|Anybody here ride a Cervelo Prodigy or Super Prodigy?||Drone 5200|
Jan 23, 2004 9:35 AM
|riding buddy has the super prodigy. He'll tell you that its the greatest, most confortable bike ever. He loves the "thermachrome" super light steel.|
|Anybody here ride a Cervelo Prodigy or Super Prodigy?||Macho Man Savage|
Jan 23, 2004 10:37 AM
|I have a prodigy and I love it! Great ride.|
|Seems like a great deal to me||fracisco|
Jan 23, 2004 10:53 AM
|I've seen the 2004 frameset for sale for about $1000, which seems like a great deal for a quality steel frameset which includes the fork and headset.|| |