Cervelo Aspero Gravel Bike Review: Fast, Light, And Sleek, But Also Bumpy

Of all the bikes we tested at the Gravel Bike Field Test, none strayed as far into proper road bike territory as the Cervelo Aspero. It looks the part, and feels the part, but it also boasts very generous tire clearances that raise its capability level far above what you might otherwise expect from a … The post Cervelo Aspero gravel bike review: Fast, light, and sleek, but also bumpy appeared first on CyclingTips .

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