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105 Road Bike


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Why We Like The Caledonia 105 Road Bike

Designed for a mix of it all and leaving little off the table, the Caledonia 105 is an all-new work of art that effortlessly fills the void between the aggressive road-specific design and laid-back gravel capacity. A bike many riders have been waiting for, the Caledonia is built for those who favor the speed and compact front end of road bikes, but are also pulled to the earthy taste of fine gravel dust on a gritty smile. And paired with the durable and reliable 105 semi-compact groupsets, with a 34 tooth cog on the back for smashing steep rollers or coaxing exhausted legs home, "road-riding" is about to be redefined.

The Caledonia is "engineered for the modern road" with a lightweight frame of 1031 grams and a shorter wheelbase and front-center than the Aspero gravel racer, it satisfies the road cycling, aero-mesh-wearing crew quite nicely. And with a trail and head tube angle similar to the Aspero—not to mention clearance for 34mm tires—the Caledonia is well-suited for tackling the roads less traveled while preserving the sharp handling of a dedicated road bike.

Cervelo also focuses on carbon layup with a mindset of increased rider comfort resulting in energy savings to ride faster for longer. Although constructed to be slightly heavier than its sibling, the Caledonia-5, Cervelo blends compliance and stiffness into the Caledonia's carbon layup to provide a smoother ride that mitigates the jarring effects of rough pavement without sacrificing the benefits of a stiff front end and bottom bracket area. The result is a frame that responds quickly to accelerations while remaining compliant enough to absorb significant turbulence from the roadways. And returning is Cervelo's proven blending of strategically oriented tube shapes to design a frame that will work best to meet the demands of racing.

Cervelo opts for a more traditional stem-bar interface on the Caledonia and a standard 27.2mm seatpost. The front derailleur mount is removable should you ever go 1x and want a cleaner aesthetic. Internal cable routing is available, although not integrated through the stem junction as in the Caledonia-5. Additionally, hidden fender mounts are onboard, which when used with fenders minimally reduce tire clearance down to 31mm. All in all, the Caledonia ushers in a new breed of road bike that satisfies the growing demands of modern, all-terrain cycling.

  • A do-it-all road bike with mixed-terrain capabilities
  • Road swiftness and aerodynamics with more laid back geometry
  • Cervelo's trusted tube design for fast, efficient acceleration
  • Shimano 105 semi-compact drivetrain and hydraulic disc brakes
  • 34mm tire clearance goes beyond the limits of road-specific design
  • Fender mounts for sessions in stormy weather
  • Bento mount for extra carrying capacity on big rides
  • Internal cable routing and removable front derailleur mount for running 1x

Tech Specs
Frame MaterialCarbon
ForkCervelo All-Carbon, Tapered Caledonia
HeadsetFSA IS2 1-1/8 x 1-1/2in
ShiftersShimano 105 R7020, 11-speed
Front DerailleurShimano 105 R7000, 11-speed
Rear DerailleurShimano 105 R7000, 11-speed
CranksetShimano R7000
Chainring Sizes52 / 36t
Crank Arm Length[48cm] 165mm, [51cm] 170mm, [54-56cm] 172.5mm, [58-61] 175mm
Bottom BracketJY-BB 24
CassetteShimano 105 R7000, 11-speed
Cassette Range11 - 34t
ChainShimano CN-HG601, 11-speed
BrakesetShimano 105 7020
Brake Typehydraulic disc
Rotors160mm Shimano SM-RT66
HandlebarCervelo Alloy
Handlebar Drop127mm
Handlebar Width[48cm] 38cm, [51] 40cm, [54-56cm] 42cm, [58-61cm] 44cm
StemCervelo Alloy
Stem Length[48cm] 80mm, [51cm] 90mm, [54-56/cm] 100mm, [58-61cm] 110mm
SaddleCervelo Road Saddle
SeatpostCervelo Alloy (27.2mm)
WheelsetAlexrims Boondocks-5D, Center Lock, [spokes] 28 front, 28 rear, [inner width] 21mm, Tubeless Ready
Front Axle12mm Thru-Axle
Rear Axle12 x 142mm Thru-Axle
Tire Clearance34mm
TiresVittoria Zaffiro Pro V Folding G2.0
Tire Size700c x 30mm
Pedalsnot included
ExtrasCervelo Faceplate Front Computer/Accessory Mount, Removeable Fender Mounts

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[frame] 2lb 4.4oz (1031g), [fork] 15.2oz
1031g), [fork] 15.2oz (432g

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>Rating: 3

Useless for Normal Humans

1. Upright handlebars are more comfortable. 2. Straight front fork makes the steering unstable. 3. Lack of fenders makes it ugly and not good for rainy weather. 4. The price excludes the people who most need a bicycle for transportation.

You can ignore this person’s review as he has no idea what he’s talking about. I have tried out this bike, and it’s excellent if you want an endurance all road bike. What are even upright handlebars? This bike includes fender mounts in an extremely unique and original design. The price reflects a premium bike for serious road riders, not for office commuters.

I echo this comment. Not only is there poor fender clearance, it's immensely constraining to not have rear rack mounts. I would not recommend this bicycle for commuting. The REI Co-op line is a much better (and cheaper!!) option.

Sir, this is a Cervelo.

1. The picture of drop bars should have been a give away that this is a drop bar bike but I digress. 2. This fork is very similar to many forks on road bikes and I haven't heard of a mass casualty situation around the world. 3. No fenders makes it ugly? I guess beauty is in the eye of the beholder lol. 4. Nobody is holding a gun to anyone's head forcing them to lay out the money for this bike. Sans pandemic there are usually plenty of less expensive bikes for people to choose from.

I guess you thought you were shopping at Rivendell Bicycle Works instead of Competitive Cyclist? There are lots of bikes out there for "normal humans" with features like you describe. This Cervelo is unabashedly a "modern road bike" which basically means it has disc brakes, clearance for wider tires, lower gearing, and can handle some mixed terrain. But, it is still effectively a go-fast "road bike" not a purpose-built tourer or a commuter. I like the concept of the Caledonia and my only real gripe is that Cervelo hasn't given up on BBright and gone back to threaded BB shells. Otherwise , it seems like a great value and a much more suitable road bike for "normal humans" than one would have found offered in the mainstream, say, 10 years ago.

“Excludes the people who most need a bike for transportation”?? Is this a joke? This bike is for serious road riding, not designed for commuting. This has to be a joke…ugly because no fenders and not good for rain? Er, why did you consider this bike? It was not created to require those who “most need transportation” to HAVE to purchase. There’s a gazillion better and cheaper options for that purpose. Which particular planet did you recently arrive from? This has to be a joke. I just can’t process why you even considered this an option for basic transportation! Lol. “Normal humans” who actually understand the sport of cycling would most likely enjoy this quite beautiful Cervelo!

I bought the Caledonia with Ultegra Di2. I’ve owned a lot of high end and mid range road bikes over the last 25 years or so. This is an awesome road bike, with excellent handling, and really handles rough pavement without beating you up. No complaints whatsoever. I’m very happy with my purchase.

Still 3 stars tho! ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ I bet you tear up some Yelp reviews too! Amiright? 🤣

I agree with this reviewer. I gave this bike to my 4 year old son and he could barely ride it. There are no training wheels included and where is the bell? Not to mention it’s very difficult to attach a basket to the straight front fork. What a ridiculous bike for normal children.


Can you please advice on size ?