Pace P3 Tights/Pants

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MSRP : $59.95

Product Description

The P3Tight from Pace is 87% Polypropylene, with 13% spandex added for flexibility and comfort. 6 panels design with drawcord waist for a close fit. Just what you need for cold weather riding. 7" zipper at ankles allow easy on/off, without removing your shoes

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Cervelo P3-SL (track setup) for $750 good deal?

I'm fairly new to track bikes or cervelo triathlon bikes in general. I'm considering purchasing a 2005 cervelo p3sl and I was wondering if anyone had any opinions on it? Here are the specs: [COLOR=#000000][FONT=Arial]Aluminium frame[/FONT][/COLOR] [COLOR=#000000][FONT=Arial]Fork: Carbon[/FONT][/CO ... Read More »

New Ride - Cervelo P3 frame converted to fixed

My Swift was giving me too many problems. Seat post was slipping and driving me absolutely nuts. I tried everything to stop it from slipping. And believe me I was considering driving a bolt through the seat tube and the seat post to keep it in one place. What pushed me over the edge was getti ... Read More »

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Almost ready to pull the trigger on a Cervelo P3 track frame

The frames look unbelievable. They have a good pedigree and I am looking for another carbon track frame. The price is right too. Big question is existing parts capability. It is a little tough finding good in depth info on the Cervelo other than the pseudo advertising and sparse user ... Read More »

Cervelo P3 Improvements?

Anyone have a good handle on the improvements Cervelo made to their P3 frame between 2008 and 2011? Or for that matter where does anyone think the next major improvement/change/trend will be in frames road and tri? Really general question but lets see what you have to say.Read More »

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