What does Specialized Tarmac weigh?

What does Specialized Tarmac weigh?

Low rolling resistance, incredible grip, and a supple ride in a handmade tire that weighs just 220 grams and features BlackBelt puncture protection.

What is the difference between Specialized Roubaix and tarmac?

Specialized Roubaix The chassis has become more aerodynamic – even more so than the Tarmac SL6 (by 8-10 seconds), and it’s lighter than the Venge. As well as having room for 33mm tyres for added comfort. All models now come with a D-shaped ‘Pave’ seatpost that aims to reducing vibration whilst also being aerodynamic.

Is the Specialized Tarmac an Aero Bike?

That’s the goal of the new Specialized Tarmac SL7, which replaces the superb Tarmac SL6 as the company’s premier race bike—a no-compromise race bike that’s as fast as an aero bike and as light as a climbing bike.

How heavy is the Specialized Tarmac SL7?


Frame Specialized Tarmac SL
Seatpost Specialized Carbon
Saddle Specialized Power
Wheels Roval CLX Rapide, Specialized S-Works Turbo 26mm tyres
Weight 6.80kg (56cm)

What kind of bike is a Tarmac?

The Specialized Tarmac is the classic road racing bike. It has an impressive history of racing success at the highest level of the sport, with victories in all three Grand Tours. The Tarmac is designed to do everything expected of a road racing bike exceptionally well: sprinting, cornering, climbing, and descending.

Is the tarmac SL7 comfortable?

The Tarmac just handles so well – it feels fast, comfortable and lightweight despite the wheels, it’s at home on climbs, descents and on the flat and would be perfect for any type of road riding, whether racing, chaingangs, club runs or just riding fast for fun.

How heavy is the Tarmac SL7?

In its lightest build with Shimano Dura-Ace Di2, the S-Works Tarmac SL7 is claimed to weigh 6.7kg for a 56cm bike. This would put it under the UCI’s 6.8kg minimum legal weight for racing, although, of course, Specialized’s figure does not include pedals, bottle cages and other accessories that racers can’t do without.

Is the Tarmac SL7 a good bike?

Put simply, Specialized S-Works Tarmac SL7 is one of the best bikes I’ve ever ridden. It might not be suitable for most peoples’ commutes but it is lightning fast and responsive. Given the lashings of performance ladled on, it’s also surprisingly comfortable to ride.

Does Tarmac SL7 come with a power meter?

The Specialized S-Works Tarmac SL7 comes with a dual-sided power meter as standard. This means you can always keep an eye on your efforts and monitor your performance. The Roval Rapide CLX wheelset uses individual rims.

How much does a specialized tarmac cost?

Long established Californian bike brand Specialized have always followed the principle of allowing the technology they develop on top bikes to slowly trickle down to more price-accessible models. The entry level Tarmac gets the same SL2 FACT (Functional Advanced Composite Technology) carbon frameset as the Tarmac Comp, which costs £2500.

What is the difference between the 2013 tarmac sport and elite?

The new-for-2013 Tarmac Sport boasts a great frame and spec, and a massive £500/US$1,000 saving over the Tarmac Elite from Bike of The Year 2012. Last year, the basic Tarmac cost £100 more than this model and came with a lesser groupset.

What’s the difference between the tarmac and tarmac Comp?

The entry level Tarmac gets the same SL2 FACT (Functional Advanced Composite Technology) carbon frameset as the Tarmac Comp, which costs £2500. Perhaps more significantly, it’s almost identical to the frameset that the Specialized sponsored pro teams were using four or five years back. But does the cost-cutting parts package let it down?

Which Shimano tarmac bike should you buy this year?

This year’s Tarmac range peaks with the £8500 S-Works SL4, with Shimano’s Di2 electronic transmission. While the chassis construction of the SL4 may be slightly superior to the SL2 in terms of weight and stiffness, the more obvious variations to the average buyer are in the quality of the component parts.