Sunny day, no breeze = S5 Cervelo (aero), with Zipp wheels.
I've already got the "sunny, breezy day" bike which is a lightweight "R series" Cervelo with some "climbing" wheels.
And then there are cloudy day, rainy day, single speed bikes......
I like Cervelo's. At the moment it's looking like it isn't going to happen as I can't get the price down to the amount I'll pay, and it's not like it's needed. But I've got the weekend to persuade myself.
Why would you choose the aerodynamic frame for days with less apparent wind and the lightweight bike for days with more?
Cheers MC. I've spoken to PlanetX and they won't move on the spec. 82mm rims front and back probably too much for me to handle. The wind never drops below 15mph in these parts! I'll wait and see if I can stretch to the Exocet 2 with SRAM.
Or take your business to Ribble? Other bike shops are available...