Specialized SL4 Contador & Shiv TT

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CAFERACER
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by CAFERACER

Here is what I am rolling at the moment.

I am enjoying the SL4, it is a bit more stable than the Cannondale evo ultimate I had...However probably not as cool. It is a nice bike though and I can see why so many people buy them, good balance of weight, stiffness, ride quality and handling. I didn't get any clenbuterol steak with the contador edition of the SL4.

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The shiv, well it took a while to finally get the front end setup ok. I had to conform to UCI rules, hence the seatpost to get the saddle tip 5cm behind the BB and the short looking front end. I had to get some extension adapters to run ski bends on the shiv, and to run the 3T arm pads I had to use a Zipp plate to widen where they sit. I was probably being a bit pedantic about not using the stock arm pads, however they really do suck.


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Bike Gallery in Melbourne, as always did an amazing job in getting this all up and running smoothly.

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MarkGiardini
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by MarkGiardini

Oh that Shiv is pure sexy!
I'm running a Sitero on my TT also...great piece of kit.
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Bjerre
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by Bjerre

Nice looking bikes! I have recently bought the newest Tarmac SL4 contador edition! Cant wait to pick it up from my lokal specialized dealer! :)

simonpmitchell
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by simonpmitchell

Hi. I hope you are still active on this site. Would you be able to tell me what extension adapters you use for the change you did? Thanks

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