2010 Lapierre Sensium 300 vs 2011 Cervelo RS Help!!!!!
Hi, narrowed it down to 2. Rode both, like em the same. Which is better component wise and your experiences good and bad with either. Thank you.
2010 Lapierre Sensium 300 (new)
Frame : Sensium T3 Carbon
Fork : Lapierre Carbon
Headset : Aluminium Integrated 1-1/8
Bottom Bracket :Shimano Ultegra
Crankset : Shimano Ultegra 34X50
Stem : Ritchey Comp 31.8X120mm
Seatpost : Ritchey Comp 2B 27.2X300mm
Handlesbars : Ritchey CompLogic
Front derailleur : Shimano Ultegra
Rear derailleur : Shimano Ultegra
Brakes : Shimano Ultegra
Shifters : Shimano Ultegra
Saddle : San Marco Ponza Steel White
Wheel : Mavic Aksium
Sprocket : Shimano Ultegra 10S 11X28
Tires : Michelin Lithion 2 700X23 Black
Weight : 7.9kg
Price - Reg $3500 on for $1700, (will not take trade in)
2011 Cervelo RS
Fork 3T FUNDA PRO
Headset FSA IS-3
Seatpost 3T DORICO TEAM
Shifters SRAM Rival
Rear derailleur SRAM Rival
Front derailleur SRAM Rival
Brake Calipers FSA Gossamer Pro
Crankset FSA Gossamer (50/34)
Bottom bracket FSA Mega EXO
Basebar/ Handlebar FSA Omega Compact
Stem FSA OS-190 LX
Saddle fi'zi:k Pave
Cassette SRAM PG 1070 (12-25)
Chain SRAM PC 1071
Wheels Shimano R500
Tires Vittoria Rubino Pro Slick
Pricing* Reg $2,700 Sale $2300 and will take a trade in
option for Ultrega on RS, +$1000ish
I own a 2010 Lapierre Sensium. Bought it earlier this year and have almost 5000 km's on it. Absolutely love it. Feel free to contact me if you want any specific info. I've been on the road since April 1 and have yet to see another Lapierre. You see Cervelo's everyday. Having said that the RS is a great bike and was on my shortlist too. Good luck
Sorry, to be more specific, I own a Sensium 300.
I don't know a lot about each frame, but considering the Lapierre has better components *and* is less money, I can't imagine going with the Cervelo. On a side note, I can't imagine the shop is making any money on that Lapierre, that's over 50% off, they're probably taking a loss on it.
They do have similar geometry in the HT and chainstays, so I can see why you'd like them about the same. I'd bet that the Cervelo has a stiffer bottom bracket, but the Lapierre has a higher component group. I think you're getting a great bike either way you choose.
I have a single track mind
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