|Frame||Specialized FACT 10r carbon w/Zertz inserts|
|Fork||Specialized FACT carbon w/tapered carbon steerer, Zertz inserts|
|Tires||Specialized Roubaix Pro w/ BlackBeltProtection, 700 x 23/25c|
|Crankset||FSA SL-K Light|
|Front Derailleur||Shimano Ultegra|
|Rear Derailleur||Shimano Ultegra|
|Rear Cogs||Shimano Ultegra, 11-speed: 11-32|
|Handlebars||Specialized Expert, aluminum|
|Tape/Grips||Specialized Roubaix w/gel padding|
|Stem||Specialized Expert Pro-Set, aluminum|
|Brake Levers||Shimano Ultegra|
|Saddle||Specialized Body Geometry Romin Expert Gel|
|Seatpost||S-Works CG-R, FACT carbon|
|Seat Binder||Aluminum, Ti bolt|
* Subject to change without notice.
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I got this bike in January 2014 to update my '09 Roubaix with a triple ring. It has a stiffer bottom bracket, lighter, easier Shimano Ultegra compact gearing -- much better when pounding uphill on fast club rides. I have 1000 miles on it. No complaints. My advice: Ask for a discount or trade up the wheels. The Fulcrum wheels that came with mine were cheaply made AND had defective welds.
46 yr old black man that live in Detroit, this bike reacts well, very comfortable ride, great quality, great looking bike as well, I do long ride 100+, great bike for those long rides, I love this bike
Happy about the bike on the road but carbon finish can be better. The bike color satin carbon.
I pre-ordered this bike in July and have been riding it for a month now. I am running Zipp 101's and absolutely love the ride. I would highly recommend this bike to anyone who is serious about riding.
I'm 71, 5'11"and 240 lbs. I ride 30 to 40 miles every other day year round in Colorado and Arizona. I had a 2000 LeMond triple crank that doesn't even come close to competing with this bike on comfort or easy of handling. The SL4 is a fantastic bike for me at my age and shape which isn't a bikers physique!
I bought one of these because they seem really popular and get good reviews. After a few months of riding i tried a friends bike and was amazed at the feeling of 'life' that i got from the bike (which was £400 cheaper) After trying that i borrowed and tested a lot of bikes, some were bad, some were outstanding. The main thing i got out of it was the Spesh just felt bland and dull. It didn't excite me, i felt embarressed to be seen on it. It didn't make me proud of it like the premier marques, i felt no love. Value for money is pretty poor too, my zertz insert on the fork fell off, so i'm off to buy something that has just been designed well, rather than having rubber marketing gimmicks.
|Option||Barcode||Manufacturer's Part Number|
|Silver/Charcoal/Red / 49cm||00719676399560||94414-3249|
|Silver/Charcoal/Red / 52cm||00719676351926||94414-3252|
|Silver/Charcoal/Red / 54cm||00719676386690||94414-3254|
|Silver/Charcoal/Red / 56cm||00719676370729||94414-3256|
|Silver/Charcoal/Red / 58cm||00719676350530||94414-3258|
|Silver/Charcoal/Red / 61cm||00719676475639||94414-3261|
|Carbon/Neon Blue/Charcoal / 49cm||00719676351605||94414-3149|
|Carbon/Neon Blue/Charcoal / 52cm||00719676358895||94414-3152|
|Carbon/Neon Blue/Charcoal / 54cm||00719676349893||94414-3154|
|Carbon/Neon Blue/Charcoal / 56cm||00719676481036||94414-3156|
|Carbon/Neon Blue/Charcoal / 58cm||00719676456874||94414-3158|
|Carbon/Neon Blue/Charcoal / 61cm||00719676354668||94414-3161|