Cervelo S-Series Disc Frameset

Cervelo S-Series Disc Frameset
Cervelo S-Series Disc Frameset
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S-Series Disc Frameset by Cervelo
With nearly two decades of experience crafting aerodynamic road bikes, Cervelo further refines their line-up with the S-Series Disc Frameset. Combining TrueAero tube shaping and race-ready geometry, the S-Series makes a capable partner for racing, whether that's the weekend omnium or with a champion's jersey on the line. Cervelo honed the S-Series's aerodynamics after spending countless hours in the wind tunnel testing and refining designs. This particular disc model features full internal cable routing thanks to a new bar and stem that hides the brake and shift housing from the wind for improved aerodynamics. Additionally, the tubing profiles work together to reduce drag so you simply go faster. Cervelo calls this TrueAero which combines these specific tube shapes, sizes, and design features to improve aerodynamic flow across the bike.

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