Our Athletes

Since our inception, Cervélo's unwavering objective has been to engineer bikes that make you go faster. A very important part of our program is working closely with the world's best triathletes. The feedback of our athletes in testing and racing helps us to continually improve our offerings to you. We are proud to support these incredible athletes as they strive to be the best they can be.
Anne Haug Ironman World Champion and Cervelo AthleteAnne Haug


Initially starting in Olympic distance, Anne represented Germany at the 2012 and 2016 Olympic Games. In 2017, she turned to longer distances, and boasts a spectacular record with five podium finishes in 70.3 races, a bronze medal at the 2018 Ironman World Championships and 2018 70.3 World Championships, and as the 2019 Ironman World Champion.

Antony Costes Cervelo AthleteAntony Costes


Nicknamed "Le Tigre", Antony has an insatiable hunger for victory in long-distance triathlon. Cervélo rider since he was 17 years old, he has a sweet spot for cycling aerodynamics due to his Ph.D. background in Biomechanics.

Ben Hoffman Cervelo AthleteBen Hoffman

United States

Since turning professional in 2007, Ben has earned Ironman, Half-Ironman, and National Champion victories. He splits his time training between Boulder, Colorado, and Tucson, Arizona, two of the fitness meccas of the U.S. 

David McNamee Cervelo AthleteDavid McNamee


David is known for his love of pushing his personal limits. He loves the freedom a bike gives him and it's his passion for the sport that keeps him moving forward. 

Els Visser Cervelo AthleteEls Visser


Els Visser's triathlon story is unique. She is not only a qualified doctor with a PhD in surgery, but she's also a shipwreck survivor. Els loves to inspire others with her incredible life story, and her goal is to win multiple Ironman races and to finish on the podium in Kona.

Emilio Aguayo Cervelo AthleteEmilio Aguayo


Emilio has had two dreams since he started triathlon. First, to earn a spot at Kona. And second, to ride a Cervélo. He accomplished both of these dreams in 2020, however, the pandemic had other plans and he is looking forward to taking on Hawaii in 2021.

Justus Nieschlag Cervelo AthleteJustus Nieschlag


With a knack for short- to mid-distance triathlons, Justus has his eyes set on a full 2021 race calendar and ultimately, earning his ticket to Tokyo.

Léo Bergère Cervelo AthleteLéo Bergère


A former breakdancer, Léo has since fallen into the world of triathlon and will be training for Tokyo 2021 with the S5 as his ride. 

 Cervelo AthleteMaja Stage Nielsen


An athlete her whole life, Maja learned to love the process of sport, and now applies that passion to triathlon. "It’s the very same passion that drives me as a Triathlete today. Having fun constantly chasing the next level is the very best daily routine I can imagine."

Nikki Bartlett Cervelo AthleteNikki Bartlett

United Kingdom

Former rower on the GB Rowing World Class Start system, Nikki transferred to Triathlon in 2012 after multiple injuries in rowing. After working from Novice level to European AG Champion (overall), Nikki turned Pro in 2015. With 15x Podium finishes, IRONMAN Lanzarote and IRONMAN Dun Laoghaire 70.3 Champion, she's looking forward to more podiums, wins and top finishes at IRONMAN Kona and World 70.3 Championships. 

Ruedi Wild Cervelo AthleteRuedi Wild


Starting as an elite downhill skiing, Rueidi’s love for adrenaline and speed led him to the world of triathlon. Over the years he is a  5x Swiss elite triathlon and duathlon champion, 2x Team World, 2x Vice World Champ and Olympian.

Susie Cheetham Cervelo AthleteSusie Cheetham

United Kingdom

Susie came to Ironman from an international running career and won her first Pro Ironman 70.3 a year after her first-ever triathlon. Since, she has won multiple Ironman, 70.3 and Challenge races including Course Records at Ironman South America Championships and Ironman Hamburg. Twice 6th at Kona, Susie is driven every day by what she calls “unfinished business” on the Big Island.

Jodie Stimpson Cervelo AthleteJodie Stimpson

United Kingdom

Jodie started swimming at 4 years old and won her first triathlon at 9. She has competed for Great Britain at all levels from winning the world junior Aquathlon title as a 17-year-old through to standing on top of her first World Series podium at Kitzbuhel in 2013 and claiming the Commonwealth individual and Mixed Relay titles in 2014.

The Bikes
P5 P-Series PX-Series


Industry-leading aero bike for TT and triathlon.

  • Colors: Five Black Purple Sunset
  • Options: 3 models / Disc only
  • Priced: From US$9,500.00


  • Colors: Chameleon/Blue Purple Sunset Black Mother of Pearl
  • Options: 4 models / Disc only
  • Priced: From US$3,200.00


  • Colors: Kailua Bay
  • Options: 1 model / Disc only
  • Priced: From US$5,500.00