Aero Road

Triathlon & Time Trial

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Cycling Weekly Review

“It’s easy to get carried away by the performance of the P2 and forget that it’s supposed to be an entry-level bike — hard to believe after riding it. Given the P2 has the same frame shape as Cervélo’s top-tier P5, it becomes the cheapest way to buy into a ‘superbike.’ Regardless of its price, its performance is faultless. It has taken Cervélo seven years to transform the P2 to this point, but it’s been worth the wait.”

— Cycling Weekly Review

“The new Cervélo P2, as a complete bike, is a complete bike. It’s laid down a marker at the entry level. The frame; the frame’s features and ability to accommodate “bolt on” accessories; the thought that went into cable and wiring routing; the fit and geometry; the wide size run; comfortable contact points; the roadworthy spec; and the price will probably make this bike the fulcrum around which the industry turns for the next couple of years.”


220 Triathlon Review

“Riding off on the P2 immediately just feels right. Up on the bullhorns, navigating a few tight twists and sharp rises out of the village, it’s obviously nimble and doesn’t have any of the heavy handling issues that are the bugbear of many tri bikes.”

—220 Triathlon