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Custom Di2 Cervelo S3 With Trick Battery Graphics from Freshbikes

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Freshbikes (aka Conte’s Bike Shop Arlington, VA) has been building up custom bicycles for years, creating some trick one-off features for customers to set their shop apart.  This lucky Cervelo S3 frame gets a Shimano Di2 build with Zipp Vumo Crono carbon cranks and 808 wheels, Edge Composites front end and slick two-tone handlebar tape.

The real detail is on the custom painted Di2 battery pack.  Clever, no?  They told us about another battery design they’re working up, but we won’t spoil the surprise.

Hit ‘more’ for a complete bike photo…

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untoothedyouth
untoothedyouth
14 years ago

Nice!

Tuna
Tuna
14 years ago

I take it Duracell is the battery manufacturer for Shimano otherwise this might be a logo infringement by Freshbikes.
Other than that it look very nice.

J-Wa
14 years ago

actually I believe the Di2 battery is made by panasonic. I dont think they would be too excited about this setup…but who knows what a panasonic battery looks like? everyone recognizes the copper top!

MB
MB
14 years ago

Wait, what? This shop is a block away from my house. So embarrassing that I have to find out about this here . . .

RWH
RWH
13 years ago

If this is the 2010 S3, did they do cable routing of DI2 internal? Cannot see it from the pictures.
As far as I know, it is not possible it is not possible to route DI2 internal for the 2010 model. If internal, what modifications were made to achive this?
Battery painting is a nice gimmick.

Dave
Dave
13 years ago

The problem with the drill point is that Cervelo “does not support it for internal Di2 applications…frame failures that are related to drill will not be covered under warranty.” In order, to support D12 a 9mm hole needs to be drilled to fit the internal connectors. What I did instead was to hack the Di2 internal wires ($170 wire kit vs. $4600 frame). See here:

http://forums.cervelo.com/forums/p/7054/50117.aspx#50117

-D

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