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Man I'd have serious concerns about those seat stays holding up lolPayo2000 said:
red_explosions said:Man I'd have serious concerns about those seat stays holding up lol
As of Jan1 2010, the P2C is no longer legal since the seatpost does not meet 3:1, although I understand that Cervelo are working on it.legalrights said:This leads me on to my main question, i am thinking about purchasing a Cervelo P2C tt frame and using it on a road setup with road bars opposed to aero, but does anyone know if this is UCI legal for road racing??? I mean look at the tubes on that thing! esp the seat post!! Laughing but also i did see this interesting article on velonews of ivan dominguez from toyota racing team who's road bike has a TT frame. But im not sure of the exact rules on this as his bike sports less aggressive airfoil shapes then the P2C.