I only asked them if their EVERYWHERE (on their website) claimed weight was correct. Here what they've replied:
Thank for your your-mail. Please note that we cannot respond to the questions listed below. If your question was not one of these, we will strive to answer you as soon as possible. The questions we cannot respond to are:
What size am I?
Even the best online fit is no match for a mediocre personal fit. There are simply too many variables, so we need to see you in person to accurately determine the size of frame you need. We are aware there are online sizing engines, but we are also aware of the horrible results they sometimes produce. There is no substitute for a good fit by a local dealer.
<b>How much does it weigh?<b>
Virtually all frames in the universe weigh between 2-4 lb. Cervélo frames are no different. You add the same parts kit to each frame, the maximum difference is still 2 lb. You add a 100-250 lb. rider, and the difference is still 2 lb. Weight is only of limited importance to begin with, and these 2 lb. on a total weight of bike and rider combined will not make any noticeable difference.
A second problem is that virtually everybody lies about their frame weights. So we have the option of either lying as well, or being honest and appearing a few ounces heavier than the lies from other manufacturers. Neither option is very appealing.
So concentrate on what really matters (comfort, stiffness, durability, aerodynamics) and rest assured that your Cervélo will be competitive in weight, and superior in most other aspects.
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