My new cervélo R3 SL is ready for a ride ...

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jay cee
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very nice
any chance of a build list please?
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freaking beautifull bike man. i prefer campa but i like your bicycle also . it`s a monster. really nice man
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Very very nice TS biker , not sure about the Easton post maybe an AX post would look better to complement your brakes :?

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Nice!!!

Black + White = nice Bike!

have fun with this nice build....dark_albert

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super nice! enjoy it
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Very nice build. I like the stealthy look. It's nice to see some light builds coming back.

Sorry, I did need to move this over to the Gallery.

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C a s r a n
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Very nice, Stefan. I must say I don't regret my advice to you to go for the R3 SL rather than the SLC: I like it much more. And as I expected... great build list! :thumbup:
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Looks fantastic!!
what size is that frame? cuz i'm properly gonna buy the same frame for my next season and that looks like my size.
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Stunning build... congrats!

I know that there have already been requests for a build list and weights, but could you also inlcude that info for your bike stand - that thing is seriously WW! :thumbup: All we need now is carbon fibre coat hangers. :shock:

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the perfect bike I reckon!!!!! very very nice and a stunning weight. :D
Enjoy the ride!

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Very nice TS. Excellent build.

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first class build, well done!
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mathi wrote:Very very nice TS biker , not sure about the Easton post maybe an AX post would look better to complement your brakes :?


I had some problems in the past with the ax combi, lost my saddle a few times even with using tacx paste etc..
So for that reason I choosed the easton one, now I can ride without fear of loosing my saddle ...
The daedalus worked fine with an SLR, but not with the ax kevlar rails.
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SirVelo wrote:Stunning build... congrats!

I know that there have already been requests for a build list and weights, but could you also inlcude that info for your bike stand - that thing is seriously WW! :thumbup: All we need now is carbon fibre coat hangers. :shock:


well, that bike stand is just a race spoke that I placed into the hole of the left crank, worked fine :lol:
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