Cervelo R, P and S-series 2015 - gallery
The range-topping aero road bike, the S5 VWD Di2, features a lighter frame than the standard S5 and full Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 for £6,599
Cervelo’s flagship TT machine, the P5 Six, gets a new stylish matt finish. Cervelo has upgraded the wheelset to HED’s classy Jet 6 clinchers. The drivetrain remains Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 and stopping is handled by Magura’s hydraulic RT8 rim brakes. The P5 Six Di2 is priced at £7,699, with the mechanical DA version at £6,299
The P5 Six uses 3T’s Aduro cockpit
The P5’s running gear is upgraded to HED Jet 6 wheels shod in Continental’s Force/Attack combo
The range-topping R series bike, the R5 DA Di2, now comes with HED’s super wide Ardennes+ LT wheelset and Continental’s GP SLs in 25c size. The complete bike is priced at £7,199
HED’s Ardennes+ LT wheelset uses a 25mm wide rim that’s also shaped for aero efficiency. This alloy wheelset tips the scales at a claimed 1,564g per pair
Rotor is a longtime partner of Cervelo’s and the R5 uses the Rotor 3D+ chainset with non-Q rings in a ‘pro’ compact 52/36 pairing
The R3 remains pretty much unchanged from 2014’s bike save for a fresh paint scheme. The complete R3 comes with Shimano Ultegra in either mechanical (£2,999) or electronic (£3,899) versions
The R2 has the same frame as the R3, but comes with a different fork that’s derived from 2014’s limited edition R3 Mud bike. That means the £1,999 R2 has plenty of clearance to fit bigger tyres
The fork on the R2 has huge clearances compared with the standard fork on the R-series bikes
The ever popular S3 comes with mechanical Ultegra and Mavic Cosmics for 2015. It’s priced at £3,199, or there’s an electronic (Ultegra Di2) version for £3,999
Just like the R-series 2 and 3, the S-series 2 and 3 share the same frame apart from the paint scheme. The S2 has a different (less aero bladed) fork though. The S2 comes with Shimano 105 and costs £2,199
Cervelo’s P2 and P3. The P2 (front) is 105-equipped for £2,399, while the higher spec P3 is £3,299 with mechanical Ultegra or £4,499 with Di2. The top spec P3 Dura-Ace is priced at £3,500 – that’s a £500 reduction from last year’s bike
The Di2 equipped P3 (£4,499)
The 2015 P2 comes with Shimano’s new 11-speed 105 groupset for £2,399
Cervelo has partnered with Castelli to produce a range of Cervelo-branded clothing for 2015 and beyond
Our pick of the bunch is this convertible Gabba jersey
Cervelo’s clothing range includes casual wear too
recently got a sneak peek at the 2015 Cervelo ranges, at an event hosted by Derby Cycles in Cloppenberg, Germany. BikeRadar
For 2015, Cervelo mainly has paint job updates, as well as some tweaks and upgrades to its bikes’ specifications.
We were glad to see Cervelo has stuck with last year’s trend for introducing complete bikes at more ‘affordable’ prices. There is an R-series bike at £1,999, an S-series bike at £2,199 and a complete P-series bike at £2,399.
US/Australian pricing and availability are TBA.
Cervelo’s Damon Rinard did tell us that the firm will have something brand new that will debut at the Eurobike show at the end of the month – but he refused to reveal exactly what. Rest assured we’ll have all the details from Eurobike as soon as we can.
Check out more of our Cervelo 2015 coverage.
Click or swipe through the gallery above for shots of the rest of the 2015 range.