Cervelo R3 Road Frameset R-series bicycles are engineered to optimize strength, stiffness and comfort, while offering low weight in every situation. An R-series bicycle offers the best of our Project California engineering. The R3 features BBright 8482; and the same exclusive second generation Squoval 8482; tube shapes as our R5, to combine all the benefits of a stiff and light bicycle with the strength and comfort needed to win on the cobbles of the roughest roads in Europe. Built on the lessons learned at Project California, its renowned comfort comes from using ultra-thin seat stays along with an optimized 1 3/8 8221;steerer tube. Stiff, light and comfortable, this bike provides the responsiveness and the confidence needed when descending, cornering, racing for the win, or just sheer pleasure during your Sunday ride. Unparalleled stiffness to weight ratio to assist climbing Strong enough to handle the worst cobbled roads Built in comfort for a smoother ride Exceptional
Cervelo R3 – the ultimate choice
Let me preface this by saying that I did NOT try every bike known to man. Sure I tried a few – from Specialized, Bianchi, Fuji, Kestrel, Cannondale... But I did not try any Trek bikes. I did not try and Giant bikes. I know that they make some fine bikes, but I was ... Read More »
Im thinking and saving on my next upgrade and I was wondering if anyone had experiences with Rotor 3d+ cranks/Q-rings and DI2 group? Im reading on multiple forum posts that they have problems with upshifting to the big ring (in the front)? but majority of this has been said about the S5.
Anyone h ... Read More »
Going to be looking to buy a new bike in the near future and doing my research. The Norco Tactic 3 (105 groupset) really caught my eye in terms of value at $2100 MSRP. I was also looking at the Cervelo R3 which receives glowing reviews from pretty much everyone. With the 105 groupse ... Read More »
I'm new to these forums - so apologies if I'm posting in the wrong thread! I was considering posting on either the Fuji or Cervelo boards, but figured I'd get a biased answer... And didnt want to post two new threads!
Anyway, I've been doing test rides for the laste 3 months on carbon ... Read More »