'12 Cervelo P2 Ultegra
Cervelo started their company based on wind-tunnel test data so it's no surprise their super-aero P2 almost totally hides from the wind. Nearly invisible when viewed from the front, this full-carbon time-saving machine hides the rear wheel with a shaped cutout and features internal cable routing throughout resulting in one slippery bike. Its chainstays and seatstays stay close to the center of the bike, only flaring out when necessary, to stay hidden from the wind as long as possible. Included is a reversible seatpost that lets you dial-in the perfect clock-crushing position, while a Cervelo carbon fork keeps the steering precise and confident. This slick sled is built to win, too, with aero bars and stem from 3T to get you in a wind-cheating position for minimal drag, and Shimano's precise shifting Dura-Ace/Ultegra components so you can blaze through the gears. Get ready to set new PRs!
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I got this bike to race triathlons. I had competed in 6 tris over the prior 5 months using an old school Specialized Allez Epic which is a decent road bike. My first race with this bike I took almost three minutes off a 10 mile course I had done in a previous race. This was after only having the bike a week and putting about 25 miles on it. I like it and can't wait to see how next race season goes after getting to train on it a few months.