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2004 Cervelo Dual

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This is a discontinued model by Cervelo, the Dual. Its a frame that can be set up for either TT or regular road riding. As far as I know, there are minor differences between this frame and the S1 in production today. Not a bad deal for a 6 year old bike. I love this bike and ride it every chance I get.

People who friended this bike clawhammer, FastEdge, thebigmrt, Murphy, estratton, Jewel_214, TRASHBEAST, Dzan, Joshua A.C. Newman, customfun50, franco, acousticbandit, johnny b good, campystamp

damn seat post head

I know, I need a new seatpost head. The one I have on now is turned backwards (in the TT position) because the spot where it tightens is worn down. It will be replaced and look more normal soon...

you join the riser club...

i join the sick roadie club. going to bite the bullet tomorrow on a specialized roubaix. and yea, risers are fugly as hell but i can't ride in bullhorns, especially after my accident.

That seatpost

looks like it's on backwards...

The seatpost

The seatpost is on the right way, cause its a tri bike. Instead of sitting back, like on most bikes, the post tilts forwards to let you lean into a more areo position with the aero bars.



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