Cervelo’s Caledonia isn’t like the other all-round road racers we tested in Victoria’s High Country. A wholly new model for 2021, the Caledonia is somewhat of a drop bar jack-of-all-trades that’s an oddly shaped peg for any existing hole. And many of us at CyclingTips believe it’s where many road bikes will be headed in years to come.
We’ve previously taken a deep dive into what the Cervelo Caledonia is and isn’t. We’ve also shared some early impressions about how the pro-level Caledonia 5 rides. However, what we wanted to know was how the more affordable Cervelo Caledonia (without the “5”) performs, and if it too is a game-changer of a bike.
And so we got our hands on the new Cervelo Caledonia Ultegra Di2 for review. This more affordable version does miss a few tricks compared to the more expensive version but it’s still a highly intriguing bike.
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Thanks to https://alpinecider.com.au/ for hosting us during our conversation.
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Includes paid promotion: Our second Field Test was done in partnership with Ride High Country, the tourism and advocacy group responsible for cycling within Victoria’s North East region. We thank them for their support in being able to produce this series.