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If you're not familiar with Cervélo then their various bikes can appear to have slightly cryptic names. Essentially the P-series are time-trial/triathlon specific, the S-bikes are road bikes with an emphasis on aerodynamics, whilst the R-bikes are a combination of stiff, light and comfortable. However it's increasingly difficult to separate the bikes into distinct camps as Cervélo have become masters at migrating technology between the different models, for example you'll notice that the rear triangle on the new S2 and S3 is remarkably similar to the R-series bikes. Fortunately we have a fleet of demo bikes to hep you find which model is perfectly suited to your riding needs.

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  • Cervélo P Bikes

    Cervélo P Bikes

  • Cervélo S Bikes

    Cervélo S Bikes

  • Cervélo R Bikes

    Cervélo R Bikes

  • Cervélo S Bikes

    Cervélo C Bikes

Cervélo P Bikes

Cervélo is a company immersed in the pursuit of 'free speed' building bikes that are ruthlessly aerodynamic without compromising the ride quality or comfort. The proof of this is evidenced by Cervélo's continued dominance of the bike count at the 2013 Ironman World Championships in Kona - these are bikes that both excel in the wind tunnel and in the heat of battle. And for the hard core time triallists less than impressed with Van Lierde's victory in Kona aboard a Cervélo P5 (although in fairness he did average a sprightly 25.3 mph...not bad for a triathlete), Cervélo maintain an impressive time trialling pedigree with both Fabian Cancellara and Emma Pooley riding the P3 to victory in previous World Championships.

Learn more about the P5, P3, and P2

Cervélo S Bikes

Cervélo invented the aero bike category with the release of the aluminium Soloist in 2002 and have remained one step ahead ever since. These are bikes that make perfect sense - if you can reduce the amount of energy you're using to travel at a given speed through improved aerodynamics than you'll get to the town sign with fresher legs and win that vital sprint to decide who pays for coffee. The S bikes are also the perfect option for the rider looking for a bike suitable for both road riding and time-trialling/triathlon. Our only complaint is that they are bikes that are refuse to be ridden slowly, that good intentioned easy spin invariably turns into a burn up as soon as a cross wind hits.

Learn more about the S5, S3, and S2

Cervélo R Bikes

Perhaps surprisingly you'll see many of the Team Garmin Sharp riders onboard the Cervélo R-series bikes during the Giro, Tour and Vuelta. That's not because the likes of Dan Martin and Ryder Hesjedal don't recognise the aerodynamic superiority of the S-series bikes but they give greater precedence to the extra comfort provided the R-series range, allowing them to maximise their energy conservation ready for that final brutal climb after 3 weeks of racing. Stiffness and strength are the other key elements engineered into the R3 and R5, it's lucky these bikes are so lightweight as you'll be searching out the hills not only to test out the super responsive climbing but also the slick responsive descending.

Learn more about the R5 and R3

Cervélo C Bikes

The Tri Store had been wishing for years for a Cervélo which we could take on the trails locally. Now, with the new C bike, we have our wish fulfilled. A genuine road bike to mix it with most top-end racing machines albeit with a more upright position but also a bike that could eat up the local Cuckoo Trail and fire roads with consummate ease. It's easy to believe that if a bike has more than one use that it can't be a master of each but our personal experience on this bike, from Cape Argus and Cape Rouleur to the Alps, we can confirm that this bike really can be two bikes in one. Take one of our demo bikes for a ride and find out for yourself.

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