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Cervelo announces limited TdF edition frames

R3-SL and S3 frames in exclusive black and yellow pinstripe paint available for limited time
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Madison has limited stock of two special edition frames based around Carlos Sastre's own Tour conquering ride.

The R3-SL and the super-aero S3 are available in an exclusive black and yellow pinstripe design, as seen on the defending champion's bike.

Of the two limited edition packages, the R3-SL takes centre stage with only 50 being produced worldwide. Seeing as it was the bike Carlos spent the majority of last year’s Tour riding, each R3-SL TdF LTD frameset will come complete with a yellow jersey personally signed by the great man himself and a certificate of authenticity. The R3-SL TdF LTD should be available by mid July, priced at £3099.99 SRP with only a small quantity of the 50 pieces worldwide destined for the UK. At only a £100 premium over the standard R3-SL it should prove very popular.

The S3 TdF LTD shares the same striking black with yellow pinstripe detailing as the R3-SL TdF LTD, but celebrates Cervelo Test Team’s inaugural Tour de France. 200 of the S3 TdF LTD will be produced worldwide and unlike the R3-Sl it doesn’t include a signed yellow jersey, hence the unchanged price of £3499.99. Stock of the S3 TdF LTD is also expected by mid July.

Both frames come complete with 3T Funda Team forks, FSA integrated headset and seatpost. The R3-SL is supplied with a 3T Doric Offset LTD, whilst the S3 comes with Cervélo’s own carbon aero SL seatpost.

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