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Fabian Cancellara's Saxo Bank Specialized S-Works TTR prototype, May 9, 2009

Fabian Cancellara (Saxo Bank) has a new time trial bike
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Coming or going, it still looks fast.
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Not many riders out there can handle this amount of handlebar drop.
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The external steerer tube effectively makes the section depth
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The team claim that since the nosecone is a structural element
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The nosecone flares out towards the bottom
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It's hard to see from the image but there is actually a bit of room in there
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Smooth lines are on hand everywhere you look.
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The new bike features a proprietary integrated bar setup
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Cancellara's bars are fitted with straight extensions.
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The internally routed cables enter the frame
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The rear brake is mounted below the chain stays
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Rear entry dropouts afford an adjustable tire gap at the seat tube
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Cancellara continues to run a hybrid SRAM Red/Force front derailleur
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Since the integrated front brake isn't all that accessible for adjustments
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Cancellara is using SRAM's new 1090-R2C shifters,
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The Specialized integrated carbon crank is fitted
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Even the back of the seatpost head adopts an aerodynamic profile.
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Team sponsor Prologo have provided Cancellara
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The perforated shell helps cushion the nose even further.
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Speedplay Zero Titanium pedals are a common sight
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