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Cervelo P3 Ultegra R8000 Road Bike

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P3 Ultegra R8000 Complete Bike

When the P3 was first released over a decade ago, it quickly rose to the top ranks of the triathlon and time trial world. The bike was ahead of it's time, advancing fit and aerodynamic design to a point where other manufacturers were scrambling to catch up. Fast forward to the present day, and you'll find that the current iteration of the P3 is still a mainstay at events ranging from regional triathlons all the way up to the Kona Ironman World Championships. Though the P5 now sits in the top spot of Cervelo's UCI-legal offerings, the P3 is still a close rival when it comes to aerodynamic performance, but does so at a considerably lower price. Not only that, but the P3 allows a wider range of riding positions and greater ease of use, making it a better option for riders needing a fast, but approachable bike for training and racing. Offering refined aerodynamics, easy packing for travel, accessible storage options, and a widely adjustable fit, the P3 Ultegra R8000 Complete Bike is an ideal companion to help you push yourself to the next level of competition.

Out of all the bike's features, the P3's refined aerodynamics have 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 P3 frame. The head tube and fork present the smallest frontal area possible, working with the 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 P3 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 P3's impressive aerodynamics are its user-friendly performance features. First off, the P3 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 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. And as we mentioned above, the P3's geometry is a bit less aggressive than the P5, offering up a taller stack height and a shorter reach that allow for a slightly more upright riding position, if desired. This makes the P3 suitable to a wider range of athletes, while still allowing you to adapt into a more aggressive aero riding position if that's your preference, or as your flexibility improves over time.

A Cervelo wouldn't be a Cervelo without their dedication to frame stiffness and ride quality. The P3 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.

  • A race-worthy machine for triathlons and time trials
  • 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 #CVL000G

Frame Material
carbon fiber
Cervelo All-Carbon, P3 Fork
FSA IS2 1-1/8in
Shimano Dura-Ace BSR1 11-speed
Front Derailleur
Shimano Ultegra R8000 11-speed
Rear Derailleur
Shimano Ultegra R8000 11-speed
Shimano Ultegra R8000
Chainring Sizes
52 / 36t
Bottom Bracket
Cervelo BBright Connect
Bottom Bracket Type
Shimano Ultegra CS-R8000
Cassette Range
11 - 28t
Shimano Ultegra R8000
[calipers] Shimano Ultegra R8000, [levers] Shimano Dura-Ace BL-TT79
Brake Type
Profile Design SVET R Basebar, 35a Extensions, Sonic Bracket, Ergo Armrest
Profile 1/Zeroseven
ISM PS 1.0
Cervelo Carbon Aero, Rail-Adjust
DT Swiss P1800 Spline 23
DT Swiss
Front Axle
9mm Quick-Release
Rear Axle
130mm Quick-Release
Continental Grand Prix SL
Tire Size
700c x 23mm
not included
Recommended Use
time trial, triathlon
Manufacturer Warranty
lifetime on frame

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Don’t buy from Competitive Cyclist

I returned this product before using it

I only wish I had done more due diligence and read the comments on Facebook and elsewhere before I made a purchase with competitive cyclist. But I trusted the reviews on this bike. Please don’t make the same blunder that I very regrettably made. I purchased a bike on May 21st and a month later I’m not sure when I will see my purchase. I bought the bike in spite of the insane price of shipping (don’t be duped by the free shipping artifice) with the understanding it would be two weeks. I received an email alerting me they are backed up and it would now be 21-24 days before the bike is shipped. I responded to explain I had travel plans to hopefully leave the country with bike in hand and needed it at the time originally promised. I asked if there was anything I could do to expedite the process time. In response, I was told that not only could I not get it at the originally promised time at purchase, but now they were increasing the wait time again to over a month. As a business owner, I am appalled by the customer service of this company, and only hope you don’t make the same error that I made purchasing from competitive cyclist. Any money I might have saved by using CC is more than made up in hidden fees and the opportunity cost in dealing with incompetent customer service.


Does this bike come with the drive chain assembled? Or would I need to insta the derailleurs, crank, etc?