New Cervelo Aspero 5
New Cervelo Aspero 5
Cervélo has expanded its range of bikes with the new C-Series, the bikes intended for the Gran Fondo, equipped with disc brakes and tires by 32 mm.
The success of the C5, inaugural C Series model, won’t depend on WorldTour victories or Olympic medals.
The frame Cervélo R5 2016 remains essentially unchanged, although it is now proposed with a new assembly and new colors.
The frame Cervélo S5 2016 remains essentially unchanged, but is updated in several aspects.
Below we can see some of what's new for 2016 Cervélo.
Team Qhubeka uses this season Cervélo S5 and R5.
Team MTN-Qhubeka p/b Samsung are happy to unveil its 2015 range of Cervélo bikes it will be using this season. MTN-Qhubeka p/b Samsung will be making use of all 3 of Cervélo's top end road frames, the R5, S5 and P5.
I reply to all those who ask me in private a number of personal considerations on bikes that I personally ride, unfortunately many (thanks!) I can not answer at all. Fortunately, you do all the same questions .... to which I reply:
I would buy this bike and why?
Yes, because it is a good aero bike
Defects? Basically no, I would have preferred the oval Rotor crankset
What would you change? The saddle
What upgrades would you do? The wheels in the first place
Is this bike good for Granfondo? If at all plain.
Is it a bike suitable for uphill? No.
Its performance is competitive? In plain certainly.
What alternatives are there to this model? Alternatives are always endless, here a few of them that are direct competitors:
What is the main advantage of Cervélo compared to direct competitors?
The proper assembly
I want the bike with the best price/performance ratio, Cervelo is right?
Usually they are not cheap.
The new Cervélo S3 frame is made of monocoque carbon fiber tubes with the aerodynamic profile, new rear triangle and new front forks, straight.
Cervélo further evolves its range of aero bikes for 2015.
Cervélo bikes are certainly not mass-produced; the range is limited and often the prices are too high in relation to the objective characteristics of the bike.