Cervélo Áspero GRX RX610
Cervélo Áspero GRX RX610
Cervélo Áspero GRX RX610

Cervélo Áspero GRX RX610

Regular price$4,649.99 CAD

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The new Áspero remains true to those early, simpler days of gravel, but with some improvements—a threaded BB shell, neater cable routing, and a UDH-compatible derailleur hanger for those who want to use SRAM’s Transmission drivetrains. And it’s faster, of course. We shaved off three watts worth of drag in the redesign process. We also dropped the seat stays to give a bit more compliance out back, and reduced front-end stiffness slightly to make the last hours of a long race less painful. Between those dropped seat stays, we added in a bit more clearance for mud, too. Áspero will clear a 45mm tire by ISO standards.

  • Threaded BB shell: This provides a reliable and easy-to-maintain interface for the bottom bracket, ensuring longevity and smooth operation.
  • Neater cable routing: Tidy cable management not only enhances aesthetics but also can improve shifting performance and reduce maintenance needs.
  • UDH-compatible derailleur hanger: Offering compatibility with SRAM's Transmission drivetrains gives riders more options for their preferred components, enhancing versatility.
  • Reduced drag: Shaving off three watts worth of drag in the redesign process translates to improved aerodynamics, potentially leading to faster speeds with the same effort.
  • Dropped seat stays: This design tweak aims to enhance rear-end compliance, improving comfort over rough terrain or during long rides.
  • Reduced front-end stiffness: By dialing back stiffness slightly, the bike aims to reduce fatigue during long races, making the overall riding experience more comfortable.
  • Increased mud and tire clearance: With added clearance for mud, the bike can accommodate larger tires (up to 45mm by ISO standards), ensuring better performance in challenging conditions.
  • Versatility: These improvements collectively result in a bike that retains the essence of the original Áspero but is faster, more comfortable, and better suited to a variety of riding conditions.

Cervélo All-Carbon, Tapered Aspero Fork

FSA IS2 1-1/4 x 1-1/2

Cervélo Alloy 27.2 15mm Offset

Left Shifter/Brake
Shimano GRX, RX610, 12 speed

Right Shifter/Brake
Shimano GRX, RX610, 12 speed

Rear Derailleur
Shimano GRX, RX820, 12 speed

Front Derailleur
Shimano GRX, RX820, 12 speed

Brake Calipers
Shimano GRX RX610

Brake Rotors
Shimano RT66 6-Bolt

Thru Axles
Cervélo Aero Thru-Axles, 12x100/142

Shimano GRX 610, 46/30T, 12 speed

Bottom Bracket
FSA, T47 BBright, 24mm spindle

Zipp Service Course 70 XPLR Alloy, 31.8mm clamp, 5 degree flare, 11 degree outsweep

Cervélo ST36 Alloy, w Cable Management

Cervélo Saddle

Shimano HG710, 11-36, 12 speed

Shimano M7100, 12 speed

Front Wheel
Alexrims Boondocks 7D, 12x100mm, 28H, 23mm IW, 6 bolt, tubeless compatible

Rear Wheel
Alexrims Boondocks 7D, 12x142mm, 28H, 23mm IW, HG freehub, 6 bolt, tubeless compatible

WTB Vulpine TCS Light Fast Rolling Dual DNA 60tpi 700x40c

Smartpak 400A Top Tube Storage Bag

*Specifications are subject to change without notice

48 51 54 56 58 61
A Reach 370 379 388 397 406 415
B Stack 505 530 555 580 605 630
C Head Tube Angle 71° 71.5° 72° 72° 72° 72°
D Front Centre 583 592 602 619 637 654
E Bottom Bracket Drop 78.5 78.5 76 76 73.5 73.5
F Wheelbase 990 1000 1010 1027 1046 1063
G Chainstay Length 425 425 425 425 425 425
H Head Tube Length (mm) 83 107 133 159 188 214
I Top Tube Length (mm) 512 532 553 575 591 608
J Seat Tube Angle 74.5° 74° 73.5° 73° 73° 73°
K Standover Height 681 704 733 757 784 808

*All measurements in degrees or millimetres

Size Height
48 150 - 160cm
51 160 - 168cm
54 168 - 176cm
56 176 - 184cm
58 184 - 192cm
61 192 - 200cm

The sizing chart is a great place to start when picking your next bike but everyone will fit a bike a bit differently. Your torso, arm, and leg lengths all play into what size of bike you may need. Plus, there's your own personal preference.

We always recommend swinging by the shop and taking the bike that you're looking for a spin to see how it feels. If you're unable to come by, looking at the geometry of your current bike and comparing it is a good place to start. If you have any further questions, our customer service team is there to help.

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