We hoped but never expected. The Cervelo P3X is lighter and stiffer than its forefather for quite a few dollars less.
We expected a P5 with disc brakes … What we got was a faster, lighter, stiffer, from scratch redesign.
While we weren’t posting and reviewing during our four month hiatus, that didn’t mean we just took time off. We are enthusiasts after all, and even if we couldn’t write […]
After a year of waiting the triathlon only Cervelo P5X is ready to see the light of day
In this week’s WiR we have a new track bike from Cervelo, new NV from KÜAT, and the Quarq Qollector gets updates. Plus, review updates from XLAB, SRAM, Catlike, and more.
March is here – and for the team here at AeroGeeks HQ that means the beginning of race season. While not all of our editors will be racing this week, […]
Cervélo may be playing coy about what exactly their new super bike will look like but they aren’t shy in telling us when it will be coming. 140.6 days […]
We’ve said it once and will say it again – we love the Tour de France. We kept up with product launches all week and can already tell you that […]
When we finished our time with the original S5, we walked away impressed. The S5 was a frame that, in the tunnel, was equal to the venerable P4, yet designed […]
“All good things must end,” says Chaucer. We’re pretty sure he was talking to us about our time with the Cervélo P2, because we definitely don’t want to give it […]
It probably goes without saying that the AG team loves bikes. We get downright giddy at the prospect of a new bike showing up in our mailroom. And when it […]
In some respects, this is a Second Ride since we have already spent significant time on the P2 following the reveal in California, so we will skip the technical breakdown […]
We first took a look at the all new Cervélo P3 last April and were thoroughly impressed and very curious. After all, the original P3 was well respected as the […]
“It’s the best of both worlds.” This is a phrase that many of us interpret as a fancy version of “compromise.” Yet when we started reviewing the Cervelo S5, this […]
Welcome to Oceanside, California; temperature is a balmy 68 degrees, it’s about ten AM local time, and we are about to be part of the first group of journalists to […]
In September we shared the first details we had on the resurrected Cervelo S3 – and finally today we can add in the missing pieces. Cervelo has shared full details on […]
There are certain products that are truly the gold standard. Launching a new family sedan? The Camry is your competition. How about a new tablet? Look at how it stacks […]
2013 has been a busy year for Cervelo and their Aero lines. First we had the redesign of the P3 in April (the New P3) and then the reintroduction of […]
Analyzing the bikes under the men’s and women’s champions you see similarities in design but very different execution between the two. Rinny and Van Leirde both rode UCI illegal frames […]
It’s back—Cervelo has resurrected the S3 for 2014. Introduced at Eurobike 2013, the new S3 weighs less than its predecessors and offers more stiffness and aero qualities. Two models of […]