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Specialized - Road

Specialized Allez
Get on Specialized's Allez and go! This great road machine features Specialized's A1 Premium aluminum frame and fork for a sweet balance of comfort and quickness. The fast-shifting Shimano drivetrain provides all the gears you need for the road's ups and downs, while the powerful dual-pivot brakes offer total control. And, you'll love the fast-rolling aluminum wheels, Specialized tires and components, too.
Specialized Secteur Double
Specialized's Secteur Double boasts a lightweight and lively Specialized A1 Premium aluminum frame with a back-friendly riding position that keeps you feeling great mile after mile. Combine that with its vibration-damping carbon fork with Zertz inserts and easy-rolling Axis wheels, and you may never want to stop riding. Plus, the Secteur sports a 16-speed Shimano drivetrain for easy climbing, dual-pivot brakes for sure stopping, a comfy Body Geometry saddle, and a host of quality Specialized components.
Specialized Secteur Elite Double
Specialized's Secteur Elite will take you to all points on the map. Its feathery A1 Premium aluminum frame boasts back-friendly geometry that keeps you feeling fresh mile after mile, so you can pedal to your heart's content. Combine that with a vibration-damping carbon fork with Zertz inserts and quick-rolling Axis wheels and you may never want to stop. And, this sweet rig comes spec'd with Shimano's wide-range, 20-speed Tiagra drivetrain that easily conquers the nastiest hills, flat-resistant tires to keep you rolling, and a host of Specialized's aluminum components.
Specialized Shiv Pro OSBB Frameset
You don't need to look back. No one's passing you when you're on Specialized's Shiv Pro Frameset. Its massively oversize 10r carbon tubing, rear wheel cut out, sleek integrated seat post, and meticulously crafted 4:1 cross sections on the fork and down tube leave the wind little to work with. You'll stay hydrated even in your aero tuck with the integrated Fuelselage hydration reservoir, which sits inside the down tube. Even the brakes are designed for speed—Specialized outfits the Shiv with aero brake calipers—the rear is hidden underneath the chainstays for extra aero stealth.
Specialized Alias Comp Tri - Women's
Specialized's Alias Comp is an aero road bike with triathlons on the brain. Its Specialized FACT 10 carbon frame is aero, stiff, and light, plus it accommodates both road and tri positions; the steep seat tube angle provides the ideal geometry for an aerodynamic tuck with optimal extension, while the slack head tube ensures stable, confident handling and is paired with Specialized's aero FACT carbon fork. Also, the top tube accepts Specialized’s Remora bolt-on storage box (sold separately) for easy access to nutrition and added aero benefits. This speedy sled rolls on Fulcrum S5 wheels that are fast, stiff, and wrapped in Specialized rubber for a confident ride, while the Shimano Ultegra drivetrain and FSA crankset shift quickly and precisely every time and the dual-pivot brakes grip great. Specialized also includes their ergonomic Body Geometry components, and clip-on aero bars, so that all you have to do is hop on and hit the gas!
Specialized Shiv Expert
Slice through the wind with some Specialized next-level aero wizardry. The Shiv Expert has a massively oversize 10r carbon frame, a rear wheel cut out, sleek integrated seat post, and meticulously crafted 4:1 cross sections on the fork and down tube to leave the wind little to work against. The dual-compartment Fuelcell holds gear in the lower portion and nutrition in the soft upper, plus it vastly increases the airfoil for less drag in all types of wind conditions. The integrated Fuelselage, which sits inside the down tube, keeps you hydrated without ever leaving Specialized's carbon aero bars, which are easy to adjust so you can find your optimal position for efficiency and comfort. Providing the velocity are Shimano Ultegra components with FSA carbon cranks that shift with smooth assurance. For control before corners and on descents, Specialized's Shiv Aero brakes are ready. The calipers' aero profile slice through the wind, and the rear caliper is even tucked under the chainstays for additional stealth. The tri-specific Sitero saddle with carbon bottle cage and Axis 2.0 wheels with Turbo Elite tires ratchet the speed up another notch.
Specialized Alias Pro Tri - Women's
Set a new PR at your next triathlon, and do it on the bike you trained on—Specialized's Alias Pro Tri! Its Specialized FACT 10 carbon frame is aero, stiff and light, plus it accommodates both road and tri/time trial riding positions; the steep seat tube provides the ideal geometry for an aerodynamic tuck with optimal extension, while the slack head tube ensures stable, confident handling and is paired with Specialized's aero FACT carbon fork. Also, the top tube accepts Specialized’s Remora bolt-on storage box (sold separately) for easy access to nutrition and added aero benefits. And, this rocket's carbon Roval wheels are fast, stiff, and wrapped in supple Specialized rubber for a super-smooth ride, while the Shimano Dura-Ace drivetrain and Specialized carbon crankset shift quickly and precisely and the Shimano Ultegra brakes grip great. Specialized also includes their ergonomic Body Geometry components and clip-on aero bars, so that you’re ready to fly the moment you get this dream machine.
Specialized Shiv Pro Race
With all the passing you'll do, you might find yourself asking if anyone else is even moving. Specialized's Shiv Pro employs a massively oversize 10r carbon frame, a rear wheel cut out, and an integrated aero stem, leaving the wind little to work with. The dual-compartment Fuelcell holds gear in the lower portion and nutrition in the soft upper, plus it vastly increases the airfoil for less drag in all types of wind conditions. The integrated Fuelselage, which sits inside the down tube, keeps you hydrated without ever leaving Specialized's carbon aero bars, which are easy to adjust so you can find your optimal position for efficiency and comfort. Shimano's Dura-Ace/Ultegra drivetrain powered by Specialized's Pro carbon cranks shift with smooth assurance, and Roval's Rapide CL 60 carbon clinchers save you precious watts in the wind as well as up the hills. Magura's hydraulic rim brakes provide dialed control before corners and on descents, the calipers' aero profile slice through the wind, and the rear caliper is even tucked under the chainstays for additional stealth. And a tri-specific Sitero saddle with carbon bottle cage is your perch for the view from the front.
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