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P2 105 R7000 Complete Bike
Whether you're just getting into the triathlon game, or you've already been competing and want shave time off the bicycle segment, moving to a triathlon-specific bike can have a huge effect on your performance. These bikes are designed to be highly aerodynamic, and the steeper seat tube angle makes it easier to get into that flat-backed aero position to help you cut down on drag. The Cervelo P2 105 R7000 Complete Bike is a great option to improve your training and racing, and one that doesn't have to empty your bank account, either. Reaping the benefits of Cervélo's many years of experience in building fast bikes, the P2's focus on aerodynamic performance, usability, and ride quality is essentially unmatched at this price point.
Taking a closer look at the P2's design elements, it's the refined aerodynamics that has the biggest impact on your speed. Cervelo applies their collective knowledge from years of building some of the fastest aero bikes in the world to the current iteration of the P2 frame. The head tube and fork present the smallest frontal area possible, working with the TrueAero tube shapes to reduce drag when you're sprinting across the tarmac. An extended seat tube cutout shields the leading edge of the rear wheel, also contributing to the bike's impressive aerodynamic performance. Additionally, the P2 can easily be upgraded with more aerodynamic wheels or cockpit, allowing you to work toward even greater aero performance in the future.
Adding to the P2's impressive aerodynamics is its user-friendly performance features. First off, the P2 has flexible storage options. In addition to the standard water bottle mounts, there's an accessory mount on the top tube behind the stem, and another opening on the back end of the seat post that can accommodate an additional bottle carrier. This ensures you have everything you need for a 6-hour training ride or the extended leg of your triathlon. Also, because the frame uses traditional brake placement and a non-integrated cockpit, the bike is considerably easier to pack into a travel case and fly across the country to your next event. The conventional bar and stem also allows a wider range of adjustment compared to an integrated setup, which is a huge win for anyone that hasn't quite figured out their ideal position and fit yet.
A Cervelo wouldn't be a Cervelo without their dedication to frame stiffness and ride quality. The P2 is no exception, being carefully engineered for an ideal stiffness to weight ratio that's noticeable right from the first pedal stroke, inspiring you to pedal harder and go faster. Specifically, Cervelo optimizes stiffness at the head tube junction for precise steering and responsive handling, and then employs just the right amount of vertical compliance at the rear of the bike to ensure a comfortable ride over long distances. The oversize BBright bottom bracket shell allows Cervelo to use a larger diameter down tube, seat tube, and left-hand chainstay, boosting frame stiffness while at the same time reducing weight—all without increasing the Q-Factor. This ensures maximum efficiency as you push the limits of your power output to the pedals.
If you're wondering what separates the P2 from it's older sibling the P3, it boils down to a couple of simple things. First is a more cost-effective Shimano 105 groupset instead of the Ultegra groupset found on the P3. The other difference lies in the fork. The P2 fork is constructed using lower modulus carbon fibers to help cut down on cost. This means a little more material is used, but the stiffness, ride quality, and aerodynamic performance remain the same.
- Race-ready Tri and TT rig that won't break the bank
- TrueAero tubing reduces drag to help you go faster
- Seat tube cutout improves aerodynamic flow across the rear wheel
- Optimized frame stiffness for an efficient and responsive ride
- Flexible storage allows room for food, hydration, and tools
- Easy to pack into a travel case to hit to your next event
- Adjustable fit lets you dial in your ideal riding position
- Legal for UCI-sanctioned time trial races
- Item #CVL000E
- Frame Material
- carbon fiber
- Cervelo All-Carbon, P2 Fork
- FSA IS2 1-1/8in
- Shimano Dura-Ace BSR1 11-speed
- Front Derailleur
- Shimano 105 R7000 11-speed
- Rear Derailleur
- Shimano 105 R7000 11-speed
- Shimano RS510
- Chainring Sizes
- 50 / 34
- Bottom Bracket
- Cervelo BBright Connect
- Bottom Bracket Type
- Shimano 105 CS-R7000 11-speed
- Cassette Range
- 11 - 30t
- Shimano 105 CN-HG601 11-speed
- [calipers] Shimano 105 R7000, [levers] Profile Design ABS AL
- Brake Type
- Profile Design WING 10a Basebar, 35a Extensions and Armrests, Sonic Clamp
- Profile Design Aris OS
- ISM PR 1.0
- Cervelo Carbon Aero, Rail-Adjust
- Shimano RS100
- Front Axle
- 9mm Quick-Release
- Rear Axle
- 130mm Quick-Release
- Continental Grand Sport Race
- Tire Size
- 700c x 23mm
- not included
- Recommended Use
- time trial, triathlon
- Manufacturer Warranty
- lifetime on frame
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What do you think about this product?
March 14, 2020
Comp Cyclist and P2 are Awesome
- I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
My experience at competitive cyclist has been awsome. They keep you informed, check in with you and want you to have a good experience. The P2 came with the handlebars, aerobars, wheels and seat post removed. The cabling was all done, and done well. The stem was pre-installed, so I didn't need to mess with the fork. The stem was also installed as high as possible with plenty of room to move it down in the future, but I am starting here (its slightly more aggressive already than my old setup, but a good chance to push myself and overall its relaxed (70.3 maybe ironman ready) with the bars as low as possible). There is 2 or 3 cm on the stem to bring it down if you are doing a shorter race, or you have more experience/flexibility, and risers to bring it about about 1.5 cm if needed. Cervelo really offers a wide range of fit options included with the kit. As for the bike itself, the wheels and tires are not the best, but you probably know that. At this price a decent set of race wheels may be in your budget. For me carbon wheels only make a fairly small difference in speed, but a big one in comfort. Triathlons tend to be on back roads here (maybe everywhere) and they are not the smoothest. I had an older carbon frame and this bike is stiff. I know the newer model is stiffer, but this feels good to me. The newer model also has disc brakes. It doesn't have disc brakes, but for me, the lower price and compatibility with my carbon wheels made this the right bike. At full price I would have gone for the disc brakes. At this price, I feel like I can sell it for a great enough percentage of what I paid and upgrade in a few seasons. Its stupid, but I tell myself its time for a dream bike when my FTP is 300 W (so maybe I never get one). A little extra motivation for those winter trainer sessions. The 105 shifting is crisp. Its a little heavier than the ultegra, but it works great. I changed to my ultegra crank, mainly because its 165mm and I have long legs so it makes it easier to breath in aero. The crank I took off is solid but heavy, surprisingly heavy when I held both the ultegra crank and the one I took off. Most races I do are rolling so probably not a big deal. I got the 56 cm bike and the crank is a 170 mm. Its compact and I prefer subcompact because again no big hills. I can't speak much about the bike itself in terms of handling etc. Its still too cold hear to put it through its paces. One short ride in the cold was good. I also can't speak to the durability. I have no regrets choosing this bike over the newer model. This is the bike for me. If you are unsure, save yourself a few dollars and go for it. Happy training and racing everyone.
June 29, 2020
Quick question about a small point in your review: You say you prefer subcompact chainrings over compact chainrings because you don't ride big hills frequently. I think you may have "subcompact" and "compact" reversed. Wouldn't a compact (e.g., 50/34) be better for your flatter terrain than a subcompact (e.g., 48/32 or 46/30)?
February 26, 2020
Comfortable and GREEN!
- I've used it several times
I personally love the green/black color on this bike. It’s super comfy. The Profile Design aero bars are not my favorite but I knew I’d be putting my older but nicer Bontrager aero bars on anyways so no disappointment there.