Cervelo P1 review

  • Price Paid:$1,749.00
  • User rating:
    (5)
  • Would buy again from this company: Yes
  • Used product for: 1 months
  • # of logged workouts:

"An amazing bike for the price and is a bike that is commonly overlooked for the carbon frame (which costs $1000 more) which has the same components and similar frame geometry. You also get a rear-wheel cutout (improved aerodynamics) just like the carbon frame. Again, amazing bike for little money."cityplannerx

(5)

Came from bike store (all3sports.com) in box. I had to install cockpit, crank, bottom bracket, pedals, and brake calipers but had no issues.

(5)

Rides like a new bike. What more can you say?

(5)

This has an aluminum frame and construction quality is superb.

(5)

I ride the smallest of Cervelo's bikes (i.e., 48) and this is my second Cervelo. This fits just as comfortable as my first Cervelo.

(5)

Again, this has an aluminum frame and rides smooth and comfortable to me. I have no experience with carbon frames, so I am unable to compare whether or not $1000 more for carbon frame would have been worth it.

(5)

The saddle can be adjusted forward or back easily which is nice. All other adjustments are straight forward and simple to accomplish.

(5)

This has an aluminum frame and durability of the construction is superb so far.

(5)

I think is the best triathlon bike available for the money IMO. You get an amazing bike for $1750 brand new.

(5)

I like the colors, but it is subjective.

(0)

Never needed to deal with Cervelo directly.

(5)

Great performance for $1750.

Price, quality, only 100 grams heavier than carbon equivalent (i.e., P2), rear-wheel cutout, same components as P2.

Not necessarily a weakness, but all I could think of, is the aluminum frame. However, this keeps the price down.

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