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The S3 has been future-proofed to be compatible with electronic, mechanical and hydraulic shifting. This bung covers the cable entry for mechanical shifting as Millar is running electronic Shimano Dura-Ace Di2. Read more at http://roadcyclinguk.com/gear/pro-bike-david-millars-cervelo-s3.html#iXB4XoGuDC4us5i5.99

Garmin-Sharp veteran David Millar's race rig for the Classics

Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 for 11-time Grand Tour stage winner Millar.

David Millar's Cervelo Shimano Dura-Ace (Pic: George Scott/Factory Media) - Millar's bike is equipped with Shimano Dura'Ace but the cassette is actually Shimano Ultegra

The S3 is back in the Cervélo range for 2014 and sits between the S2 and S5 in the Canadian firm's range of aero road bikes. Millar has switched from the S5 to the S3 for his final season in the pro peloton. Read more at http://roadcyclinguk.com/gear/pro-bike-david-millars-cervelo-s3.html#iXB4XoGuDC4us5i5.99

Bike porn - David Millar's choice for his last season the Cervélo

2015 Specialized S-Works Tarmac Disc, Shimano Dura Ace Di2, Roval Rapide carbon clinchers

2015 Specialized S-Works Tarmac Disc, Shimano Dura Ace Roval Rapide carbon clinchers. Gorgeous looking bike. Last carbon Tarmac I rode was hard as a brick - but they sure are pretty.

David Millar's Cervelo S3, Rotor chain catcher (Pic: George Scott/Factory Media)

This neat Rotor chain catcher keeps things running smoothly.

David Millar's Cervelo S3, headtube (Pic: George Scott/Factory Media)

Garmin-Sharp veteran David Millar's race rig for the Classics

LOVELOVELOVELOVELOVELOVE (get it?) V-E-L-O   L-O-V-E

Surprisingly enough, I think this bike is ugly. And I love Cervelos.

Santa Cruz knows how to use colors, freakin gorgeous bike!

34 Reasons Why You Should Never Go Mountain Biking

David Millar's Cervelo S3, seat clamp (Pic: George Scott/Factory Media)

This integrated seat clamp keeps things sleek and aero.

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