Triathlon Magazine Canada - - BIKE TRAINING -

$5,000 The orig­i­nal P3 was the bike that re­ally put Cervélo on the map, the orig­i­nal alu­minum ver­sion was used by Melissa Spooner for Cervélo’s first Iron­man win. Many still look back at the next ver­sion of that iconic bike, the P3C, as the most suc­cess­ful triathlon bike in his­tory. The lat­est ver­sion of the P3 of­fers all the aero break­throughs seen in those orig­i­nal ver­sions on a car­bon frame op­ti­mized for both com­fort and per­for­mance. There’s lots of ad­justa­bil­ity to en­sure you’ll dial in the per­fect fit and easy stor­age op­tions in­clud­ing an ac­ces­sory mount on the top tube and a bot­tle car­rier mount on the seat post so you’ll be able to get your food and drink eas­ily with­out sac­ri­fic­ing valu­able time. The Ul­te­gra com­po­nents of­fer sharp, re­li­able shift­ing, and the DT Swiss P1800 Spline wheels are a great train­ing and start-up wheel, but you’ll get the most out of this speedy bike with a wheel up­grade for rac­ing.

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