There’s more to the ultimate triathlon bike than blowing benchmarks away. For the first time in Cervélo’s history, the unique needs of triathletes are front and centre. It took three years of research and development — from CFD analysis to real-world and wind-tunnel testing — to engineer a complete system that harmoniously addresses speed, fit and usage. From aerodynamically integrated modular storage and stress-free packing to exceptional fit through unprecedented micro- and macro-adjustability, the world’s most technologically advanced tri bike focuses on a singular goal: Making it easier to achieve your Personal.Best.
With a heritage that includes two Ironman World Championship victories, the P2 is one of the most successful triathlon bikes of all time. Featuring an identical frame to our P3 with its own unique fork and spec package, the P2 “has made industry excellence accessible,” as Triathlon Magazine Canada has said. Stiffer, more aero and flat-out faster than other bikes in its category, the P2 is also more rider-friendly than ever, with more fit flexibility and versatile storage and hydration options.
While the iconic P2’s influence can be seen throughout the triathlon segment, only Cervélo’s design combines our Extended Seat-tube Cutout, Dropped Downtube, and the power of BBright. The P2 also features UCI-legal design and adjustability for optimum TT performance.
The bike that LAVA Magazine called “The New Baseline” brings you the lineage of the category-leading P5, along with our widest range of fit options, easy packing for travel, accessible storage, and all our key aero features. The Cervélo P3 has quickly become a mainstay at the Ironman World Championships, with enough P3s on the Kona pier to be a top brand on its own.
Designed using Formula 1-level CFD software and proven in the wind tunnel, the Cervélo P5 has more elite-level victories since its launch than any other triathlon bike, including Frederik Van Lierde’s 2013 Ironman World Championship, and Mary Beth Ellis and Jodie Swallow’s 2015 and 2016 ITU Long Distance Triathlon World Championships. It also shines in time trials: Ryder Hesjedal clinched the GC at the 2012 Giro d’Italia on a P5.