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Where Are Cervelo Bikes Made

where are cervelo bikes made
  • Cervelo Cycles is a Canadian manufacturer of racing bicycle frames. The company was founded in 1995 in Toronto by Phil White and Gerard Vroomen, who continue to run the company.
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where are cervelo bikes made - Castelli Garmin-Cervelo
Castelli Garmin-Cervelo Team TDF Jersey - Short-Sleeve - Men's White, M
Castelli Garmin-Cervelo Team TDF Jersey - Short-Sleeve - Men's White, M
With the pockets of your Castelli Garmin-Cervelo Team TDF Short-Sleeve Jersey loaded up, hop on the bike for a tour. The soft and wicking Prosecco Strada fabric and mesh sides work to keep your core cool and dry when pushing hard, while the full length zip lets you dump more heat if necessary.

Product Features
Material: [body] Prosecco Strada; [side panels] mesh
Fit: extreme anatomic
Pockets: 3 back pouch
Zip: full-length
SPF Rating:
UPF Rating:
Recommended Use: cycling, training
Manufacturer Warranty: 30 days

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Saturday June 27th - WHOI Picnic
Saturday June 27th - WHOI Picnic
Saturday June 27th. A sunny day on Cape Cod! I woke up at about 7:30, and seeing blue sky I jumped out of bed - hoping to be on the bike ASAP! (This is the first morning blue sky in a long time...) There is a 45 mile loop along the west coast of the cape that I have been wanting to try, but not in the rain... its one thing to get lost in the sunshine, another in the rain. Eventually I got out the door and proceeded to get so lost about 8 miles in that my phone GPS wouldn't help... so I called (and woke up mom, yes i was that lost). Turns out the road I was looking for isn't actually called that at the turn, its called that about a block later... thanks. (Oh - and my phone was spazzing) So after a frustrating and annoying first hour, I was pulled over, after fixing my phone, telling my mom that I wasn't so lost thanks to her directions - when a woman on a seriously set up TT cervelo rolls up. I had a riding buddy!!! YAY!! She was actually wearing Yale shorts, apparently she raced for them in grad school.. sweet. However, she was just finishing up her ride, and I only got to ride with her for about 4 miles. THEN we were standing at an intersection, she was giving me better directions, and 2 other women came by - as they went past I realized they were moving... so i chased them down! I rode with them for about 30min, got one of their contact info and hopefully that will give me the in for the cape cod cycling info world. (The bike path is the main suggestion I get... i don't believe it) My ride home was uneventful - although by the beautiful water. As I was coming back into Falmouth, the clear blue sunny sky was behind me, and fog was rolling in - it was a little surreal. (Turns out this light from the fog/water gave me a nice little sunburn stripe on ONLY the top of my left leg). Meeting people that I wanted to ride with on the road was great - and i also got a better idea of where to find more of these people. (fast cyclists) Today was also the WHOI picnic, so after my bike ride, I went over there with my housemates. While it wasn't particularly exciting, we did have burgers and ice cream, played volleyball and just enjoyed the sun. This was then followed by a trip to the beach. That evening, a few of us went to a baseball game! The cape cod baseball league is made up of all these college baseball boys who are recruited to play for the summer. (Turns out this is the first experience they really have with wooden bats). It was a fun game... its like a single A game, or college ball. There were some really good hits and plays, but there were also a lot of fouls - much to the small children's delight. (I later found out there are a few NU guys on one of the teams - i might just have to yell "GO U".) For a free baseball game - it was awesome. It was a long day, but it was beautiful!! (Picture - Clara, with absurd cotton candy, and the Alvin sponge toss)
Cervelo R3 SL
Cervelo R3 SL
Cervelo R3 SL (built by Slane Cycles Belfast) 6.72kg Camagnolo Record groupset (minus calipers) Campagnolo Hyperon clincher wheels Continental tyres Zero Gravity brake calipers Dura Ace pedals Selle Italia SLR carbon saddle Syntace seatpost Ritchey carbon handlebars Ritchey wet -look stem

where are cervelo bikes made