If you\u2019re going to slap the name \u201cLamborghini\u201d on anything, you\u2019d better make sure it\u2019s fast. The Cervelo p5X Lamborghini Edition Bicycle earns that name in spades. Cervelo, a Canadian bike manufacturer noted for making bikes that appear in all the major races including being ridden by 40 racers in the Beijing Olympics, partnered with Lamborghini to create a triathlon bike so technologically advanced that it could bear the moniker of Lamborghini.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nThe bike sports Lamborghini\u2019s iconic yellow topcoat and Y-shaped patterning on the frame and fork. What\u2019s more, Lamborghini Accademia drivers have been riding Cervelos for years, so they knew just what to look for and what to improve. Both companies are noted for their research and development, and this bike follows that tradition. The engineering had the goal of the bike being a complete system that addressed speed, fit, and usage. Most notably, the design paid attention to the smallest details, like the aerodynamic penalty most bikes suffer because of water bottles, or the friction of the cable in the bottom bracket, or the space between the tube and the front wheel that can cause increased drag. The top model of the bike features SRAM RED eTap system including the SRAM crank and the ENVE 7.8 wheels. It also comes with Cervelo\u2019s Smartpak, Stealthbox, and Speedcase components. The limited edition version will be a production run of only 25 bikes.\r\nCheck it out\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nHave you subscribed to Man of Many? You can also follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.