The P5 sits at the top of Cervélo's TT/Tri range, the showcase
for what they can achieve in a UCI-legal race bike. It has long
been a proven performer, and this latest generation had a lot to
live up to.
Unsurprisingly it's lighter, stiffer and more aero that the
previous P5. But it's also more versatile, with greater
adjustability, the ability to run wider tyres, and an extremely
flexible set of mounts for accessories (which, thanks to the
continuining popularity of the P5 are already seeing a wealth of
third-party storage/hydration options alongside Cervélo's own).
photos by Bence Bujaki