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Cervelo Introduces S5 Team Limited Edition in Honor of the 100th Tour de France

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Cervelo 100th Anniversary S5 LE 3

Among many celebrations in the name of the 100th running of the Tour de France, Ceverlo is getting in on the action as well with a special edition bike. Called the S5 Team LE, the bike will be certainly limited as only 150 will be made world wide and are available at retailers now. The bike will likely be under Team Garmin Sharp Barracuda as well as they try to ride to victory.

Check out the bike after the break.

Cervelo 100th Anniversary S5 LE 2

Fans of the argyle will be happy to see it inside the Cervelo logo….

Cervelo 100th Anniversary S5 LE fork

…and inside the front fork.

Cervelo 100th Anniversary S5 LE r

A little jaune argyle in the shape of France finishes it off. Projecting hope of the yellow jersey prehaps?

 

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J-Wa w/ Freshbikes
9 years ago

In stock in sizes 51, 54, 56, and 58 at Freshbikes!

Ck
Ck
9 years ago

I like it with the exception of the yellow bits. Yeah I understand it’s representing the TdF, but it sticks out like a sore thumb on an otherwise black, blue and white paint scheme.

DRC
DRC
9 years ago

Saw this one at Freshbikes Mosaic a couple days ago. Pretty sweet looking frame, but didn’t have Cosmic Ultimates on it…

j-wa w/ Freshbikes
9 years ago

Both of the yellow accents are simply stickers that can be removed easily.

Npm
Npm
9 years ago

Can I get one of these bicycles at freshbikes?

Pancakes
Pancakes
9 years ago

So, uh… Y’all work for Freshbikes?

Dave
Dave
9 years ago

I’d pee on that

Andy P
Andy P
9 years ago

it’s still ugly… and rides like a night in prison……..

Your mom w/ Freshbikes

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