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GT56
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by GT56

JeppeJ wrote:Hello,Does anyone have any info on Cervelos new S3 frame og know when info will be available? (geometry etc)



from what i have read the geometry is the standard cervelo geometry (R3, R5) and the frame itself should be hitting the dealer showrooms by december


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jipperd
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by jipperd

As a Cervélo dealer located in Holland I just came of the phone with Cervélo's salesrepresentative. The S3 is running hard, big time. Ultegra Di2 versions will arrive wk50 yet already a very limited stock, Mechanical Ultegra shall arrive wk 14, Framesets should arrive wk 9. It seems like the S3 will be a major selling bike for Cervélo and they expect some problems committing to the demand when the current trend will maintain.

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by Permon

Best source for Cervelo 2014 model year and S3 is here:

http://forums.cervelo.com/forums/t/12634.aspx

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Getter
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by Getter

New S2?

Looks like the current S2 forward of the seat post...except for the skinny looking fork.
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Pic from the Cervelo forum.

justkeepedaling
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by justkeepedaling

Didn't expect to see a new S2 :O

Ok. Maybe this is the one I get :)

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by justdank

They also moved where the internal routing was.

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by stefanot

hmm. not exactly mind blowing stuff.

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by spatz

Sloping TT is looking dated. Thankfully they moved the cable routing back where it was years ago when it worked well rather then the convoluted routing through the TT.

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by shimmeD

With their long (or should I say increasing that people'll get nose bleeds soon) head tubes, Cervelos are not for me .

I want to look pro.
Less is more.

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by RichTheRoadie

:roll:

Of course you do...

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Getter
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by Getter

Only thing different about the S2/3 is the fork...frame is the same.

RichTheRoadie
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by RichTheRoadie

I'd be surprised if the carbon quality and layup was the same, but I'm happy to be proven wrong.

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jipperd
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by jipperd

BikeTart wrote:I'd be surprised if the carbon quality and layup was the same, but I'm happy to be proven wrong.


What follows is a commercial statement Cervélo included in the dealer information: The frame used is Identical to the new S3, yet with less aerodynamic and in terms of Carbon Lay-Up 'less complicated' fork. The weight and stiffness of the fork remains the same.

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by dual

shimmeD wrote:I want to look pro.


Long headtube with -17° stem is the new pro look...

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