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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Cervélo Caledonia. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
12 reasons to buy
- The Cervelo Caledonia has a gorgeous carbon frame.
- With two versions and 10 models of the Caledonia available, riders have many options to meet their budget and component preferences.
- The standard Caledonia builds have a mounting point on the top tube for a bag.
- The low bottom bracket and frame clearances allow for wider tires up to 35mm.
- Riders find the Cervelo Caledonia stable with its long wheelbase, lengthy reach and low bottom bracket.
- Voluptuous tires allow riders to take the Caledonia off-road on endurance rides.
- Although the bike is not designed for racing, the bottom bracket and carbon frame are stiff and allow riders to accelerate with ease.
- The Caledonia has removable mounts for full fenders, for riders that want to ride the bike in adverse weather.
- A wide gear range allows riders to climb with ease on long rides.
- The Caledonia has an integrated mount for a cycling computer.
- Hydraulic disc brakes allow riders to stop quickly on the bike.
- Experts note that the models of the Caledonia with wireless shifting have a neat and organized cable configuration.
4 reasons not to buy
- There are no rim brake models available for the bike.
- Vittoria Rubino tires are utilized on the bike. They are not the plushest over bumps in the road.
- Experts suggest upgrading the Caledonia's aluminum stem and bars, as fatigue developed quicker for testers on models specced with these components.
- The bike has a press-fit bottom bracket that is more difficult to maintain than a threaded bottom bracket.