New Cervelo R5ca Di2 compatiable frame at 2012 Giro stage 20

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chorus88
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by chorus88

It looks like Peter Stetina is riding the next generation R5ca.
Different chainstay, downtube & glossy finish frame.
The image is from velonews stage 20 by Graham Watson.
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benwat48
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by benwat48

How much cost the bike?

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Gazelleer
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by Gazelleer

25.000

parajba
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by parajba

What wheels are those? They seem a mix of Cosmic SL clinchers (spokes) and Cosmic SLR clinchers (hub, fairing and brake track)...They don't look like CCU to me? I know there is a version of Cosmic that looks like the clincher SL/SLR but it's a tubular, and it's not on sale. Is this one?

justkeepedaling
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by justkeepedaling

Is this confirmed? in ToC they drilled the frame for Di2 I thought. i also am not sure about a different chainstay and downtube
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by jdp211

Edited nvm looked closer
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chorus88
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by chorus88

There's no molded carbon fiber cable stops on the downtube & drive-side chainstay.

justkeepedaling
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by justkeepedaling

I see what u mean now, I was looking for different profile chainstay and downtube. Still, may they have just dremeled off the cable stops??

duodiscus
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by duodiscus

What wheels are those? They seem a mix of Cosmic SL clinchers (spokes) and Cosmic SLR clinchers (hub, fairing and brake track)...They don't look like CCU to me?


They are indeed CCUs. Mavic now has an additional large "Special Service Course" yellow sticker that they're placing on these wheels, but that's the only difference between what you're seeing in the photo and the CCUs you can buy.

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by CarlosFerreiro

justkeepedaling wrote:Still, may they have just dremeled off the cable stops??
That'd be UCI illegal.... :roll:

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