Sunday, March 13, 2005

Julich's Cervelo

You'd think that winner of Paris-Nice would be riding the finest machinery money could buy. Not so for Bobby Julich. He was cruising along on a relatively normal aluminum Cervelo Soloist, not one of their fancy carbon frames.

The Soloist is a very affordable frame (~$1500) and also happens to be Cervelo's only "aero" road frame. Combined with the Zipp wheels, I wonder if it was really a significant aero advantage. Hmm... maybe I bought the wrong frame. No no, it's the engine that counts. I have to keep reminding myself of that.

Anyway, I came across this bit of info over here.


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