Cervelo Gravel Bikes Size by Height (2023)

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Looking for the ideal Cervelo gravel bike size for your height?

Use the size charts below (in metric and imperial) to compare against your height. They cover all Cervelo gravel bike models currently on the market.

Cervelo Aspero

Cervelo Aspero 5 SRAM Force AXS 1X
Cervelo Aspero 5 SRAM Force AXS 1X

The Cervelo Aspero 5 is a premium gravel bike designed for speed and performance. It features an aerodynamic design with no cables in the wind, tube shapes from Cervelo’s aerodynamically-proven library, and a hint of a cut-out in the seat tube.

The bike is available in several builds, including the GRX RX815 Di2, Red XPLR eTap AXS, and Campagnolo Ekar. It’s perfect for riders who want to compete with the best in gravel and endurance events like Unbound Gravel.


  • Cervelo Aspero 5
  • Cervelo Aspero
Cervelo Aspero sizeRider height (in)Rider height (cm)
484’11” – 5’3″150 – 160
515’3″ – 5’6″160 – 168
545’6″ – 5’9″168 – 176
565’9″ – 6’0″176 – 184
586’0″ – 6’4″184 – 192
616’4″ – 6’7″192 – 200
Cervelo Aspero size chart by rider height. Source: Cervelo

Cervelo R5-CX

Cervelo R5-CX
Cervelo R5-CX

The Cervelo R5-CX is a world championship-winning cyclocross bike. It’s designed for elite performance and is raced by Marianne Vos and Wout van Aert.

The R5-CX is equally adept at cyclocross races, gravel, and dirt roads. It features a D-shaped seatpost, which was personally requested by Vos and Van Aert. The bike’s results speak for themselves.

Cervelo R5-CX sizeRider height (in)Rider height (cm)
515’3″ – 5’6″160 – 167
545’6″ – 5’9″167 – 176
565’9″ – 6’1″176 – 185
586’0″ – 6’4″184 – 192
Cervelo R5-CX size chart by rider height. Source: Cervelo

What if I’m between two bike sizes?

It’s not uncommon for you to find yourself on the cusp of two sizes when choosing a bike. Most bike brands design their frames with some degree of size overlap.

So, if you find yourself straddling the fence between two sizes, here’s some guidance:

  • A smaller frame often provides you with a heightened sense of control. The reduced frame geometry can make it easier to handle the bike in tight turns, quick stops, or technical terrains. However, the smaller size typically offers a more race-ready or aggressive stance. This posture can be advantageous for speed and agility but might compromise comfort, especially on longer rides.
  • A bigger frame tends to elevate your posture on the bike, making it more upright. This stance can be more relaxed and comfortable, especially for leisure rides or longer rides. While the larger size offers comfort, it might not be as agile as its smaller counterpart. The extended frame geometry can make sudden maneuvers or sharp turns slightly more challenging.
  • If still undecided, consult your local bike shop, or consider getting a bike fit.