Cervelo is a Canadian brand founded in 1995 by two engineers: Phil White and Gérard Vroomen. Their objective with Cervelo was simple: to create the world’s fastest bike. The aim was to design an aerodynamically unbeatable bike without sacrificing anything in terms of weight or rigidity. The end result was a radical departure which upset the established rules in almost all fields: the company’s bikes scored off the charts in tests for aerodynamics, roadholding, rigidity and comfort.
Cervelo has distinguished itself in many races such as the Ironman with the P3, the most successful bike in the history of this sport. In 2008, Carlos Sastre won the Tour de France on a P3. In 2011, Cervelo launched the P5, clearly one of the finest time trial bikes of the modern era.
Discover the Cervelo P5 in action in this video.