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Cervélo Áspero has the goods more riders needed to nosh bigger gravel

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The front end of the Aspero is cable-free.

The Aspero rides towards the camera on a smooth gravel path.

The Aspero takes on rough terrain in the desert.

Cervélo Áspero

Gravel offers something for everyone. And we’ve got dream escape rides for everyone who wants to gravel. Let’s kick off our Gravel Bike Guide with the newest rig on the block, Cervélo’s new Áspero.

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How’s It Ride?

Departing just slightly from the original, this new Áspero got the updates more riders needed to nosh bigger gravel. On the ride, you’ll feel the enhanced stability and comfort over more gravel conditions, compared to the previous gen. There’s less turbulence when tracking over chunky sections, and saddle time feels more sustainable thanks to the thinner tubing and dropped stays. Áspero is still an absolute race-worthy ride and will satisfy experienced riders, but we think this new rig offers a better platform for novice gravelers to get into the scene.

The Grevl in side profile in the Utah west desert.

How Ours Is Equipped

Cervélo dropped the price point of the new Áspero so more riders could get on one, so we chose SRAM’s Rival AXS build to align with the gravel-curious crowd, accordingly. Shifting performance rivals the Force and Red tiers, and the weight penalty is not too severe. It’s the perfect build to dip your toes into gravel or have a very capable B-bike for off-season training. To build one of your own, chat up our Gearheads for expert advice on a custom setup.

Three riders push the pace on a curved road during golden hour.