todibble wrote:of course, vanity often wins and they pick the "nicer" bike and slap a bunch of spacers on it).
Who will be the first to make "aero" shaped spacers?
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ergott wrote:Those people with spacers are far more "unaero" and the bike under them doesn't matter anyway;-)
Give people in a more aerodynamic position the best option. Me, I would need a size 54 with a -17 stem slammed to get the right fit. At least the headtube on a 54 doesn't look too bad.
Who am I kidding, I'm not buying a Cervelo anytime soon unless I fall into some money. My money is reserved elsewhere.
gilesharrison wrote:Low front end looks way better to me. I've just built a 58cm Cervelo R5 VWD for my brother. I just can't see why Cervelo insists on using such long headtubes these days. For a sportif bike like the old Cervelo RS, then it's underestandable, but not on their 'race' bikes.