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Interbike show, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, September 22-26, 2008

Part 5 - September 25: Road rigs from the lights and glitter of Las Vegas

Cervélo officially unveiled its stunning new P4
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Naturally, aero tube profiles are used throughout.
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Interestingly, the frame bears a giant 'P4' logo on the down tube
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The internally routed cables
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A flip-top lid on the water bottle
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The tube surfaces around the bottom bracket
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Cervélo couldn’t leave the unused saddle clamp hole empty, right?
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Moving the rear brake down to the bottom bracket
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The driveside dropout isn't easily replaceable
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The asymmetrical chain stays
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The rear of the fork crown blends in well
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The new P4 is definitely more of an integrated chassis
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The dropped down tube helps smooth airflow
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Custom headset spacers mate perfectly
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Internally routed cables on the Ventus bar
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The frontal profile is rather clean.
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Zipp says the new P4 is substantially faster than the P3C.
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An integrated bottle smooths airflow
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Cervélo says the P4 is faster with the bottle installed than without.
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The giant asymmetrical chain stays
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Even with their girth, Cervélo says the new chain stays
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The rear triangle is particularly clean.
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With no brake mounted up top,
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We're guessing air flows neatly off the rear edge
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The rear brake is a custom Cervélo design
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Aluminum dropouts incorporate threaded adjusters.
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The aero post offers two offsets…
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…and the neat wedge-style clamp
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The new P4 is decidedly sleeker looking
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A purpose-built fork replaces the rather standard unit
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The deep seat tube cutout shields the rear wheel.
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The P4 intro was expectedly met with much fanfare.
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Storck's Fascenario 0.7
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Storck aims to deliver most of the Fascenario's performance
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The Fenomalist basically uses the same rear triangle
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The Storck fork isn't particularly light
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Big fat chain stays grace the rear end.
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The top tube and down tube are both flattened
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Even the housing stops are well done.
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