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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Cervélo Áspero. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
14 reasons to buy
- This bike easily maintained speed and exhibited efficient power transference.
- Handling was aggressive, sporty and highly responsive.
- Frame clearance caters for tires up to 700c x 42 or 650b x 49.
- A twin-tip fork allows for 5mm of rake adjustment.
- Speed-freaks found that the Áspero accelerated superbly.
- Quality and workmanship was high-end and precise.
- The flared Easton bar felt great in the hands of one expert reviewer.
- The Áspero sports aero shaping in a neat monocoque design.
- Donnelly X’Plor tires increased riders’ comfort level by reducing feedback.
- Aero, carbon DT Swiss wheels delighted, in the Force Etap AXS configuration.
- Cervélo offer the Áspero in classy and diverse duotone color choices.
- A plastic bashguard protects the carbon frame from flung rocks.
- Padding and comfort were lauded on the modern, stubby Prologo saddle.
- Some experts said comfort was ample, considering the bike’s tendency toward performance.
6 reasons not to buy
- The Áspero features NO mounts for either mudguards or racks.
- Adjusting the twin-tip fork also requires brake adjustment.
- One expert said that bartape was thin, overstretched and transferred vibration.
- On the Force eTap, the gear range was limited by a small cassette and 1x drivetrain.
- A long bottom-bracket drop and long cranks resulted in pedal-scrape on techy trails.
- No reviewers said the Áspero was super comfortable, relying on tires for give.