Do you know what is so awesome about the Cervelo Aspero bike? It is not just the frame that looks good, it is the sheer versatility of the bike that makes it so awesome.
Although it is mainly designed as a gravel bike, it is also a great road bike, once you put on the carbon aero wheels. It has a stiff frame with a relatively aggressive road bike geometry, which is why I had no regrets about using the Aspero to replace my Canyon Endurace road bike.
From fast road rides, to relaxed park connector rides; from light gravel tracks to off-road single tracks, this bike can do it all!
Here is a collection of some pictures, showing the Aspero on the different terrains.
Exploring the park connectors on a beautiful morning. This is near Sunset Way.
On the gravel trail, inside Jurong Lake Gardens.
This frame looks best under direct sunlight, where the paint glitter is the most obvious.
On the smooth dirt track on the Ulu Pandan park connector.
On these cushy wide tires, the bike flies down the path smoothly!
Dirt track + gravel bike matches perfectly.
Suitable for light gravel too. This is on the Green Corridor, at Buona Vista.
GRX rear derailleur with clutch works extremely well on uneven terrain.
With a custom frame bag to fit perfectly inside the frame triangle!
2x11 speed drivetrain is suitable for both road and gravel riding, just with a quick wheelset swap.
Rides well on grass too, with the knobbly Venture 47 tires.
OK to ride on actual off-road single track as well. Just need to be more careful due to the narrower handlebars.
100% gravel bike setup!
With a front double crankset, there are low gears for hill climbing as well.
Gravel wheelset with 2x11 speed gearing.
If there are paved roads, changing to the high profile carbon wheelset will get you there even faster.
Other than taking on all the different off-road terrains using the gravel wheelset, this is also a fast road bike!