Specialized S-Works Tarmac Disc

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cerro
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This year I've had a Specialized Allez which has been good and used a lot with a lot of colours on it. But it became a bit too much and for next year I got other plans. After been trying a S-Works Roubaix disc and a S-Works Tarmac disc I'm sold, discs are the right thing. Will try to build a clean classy build with the latest features in a lightweight way. With discs it's hard to build light but aiming for 6,5kg at a start. The bike for motivation :)
https://cerrol.files.wordpress.com/2015/12/dsc_0120.jpg

1115g for frame with all screws, seatclamp and bottom bracket
370g for fork after being cut
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by mile2424

Nice bike! Can't wait to see the final build.

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by romalor

is this the women version ? ( joke don't hit me )

not light ( as all spe frames ) for a QR frame set

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by mnmasotto

The photo link does not work. Can you add some good photos....

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The build moves on:
Specialized S-Works Rib cage:
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Specialized S-Works crankset with Sram Force 1 50t chainring:
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Sram Red 22 chain:
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Engage Torque stem:
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Cannondale Si topcap/expander:
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by CBJ

This should be good. Frame looks amazing. I love my dics road bike.

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Those hoods look ridiculous

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maybe not the best buildthread but here is the 6,46kg (missing tubular glue) build:
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by Asymptotic

Bike looks awesome, so the tub version has external nipples, while the clincher has internal or am I just seeing things? Whats the rationale with the CX1 rear mech?
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Asymptotic: That's true about the nipples. The thing with the Force 1 derailleur is that it got a clutch mechanism to keep the chain in place and manages cassettes up to 36t.
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by Ordinaybikes

Killer bike!!! Can you post the complete specs?

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by CBJ

Nice weight! The Engage stuff looks nice too.

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Spec:
Specialized S-Works Tarmac Disc
Specialized S-Works Shallow 400mm handlebar
Specialized S-Works Toupe 143 saddle
Specialized S-Works S-Works 172,5mm crankset
Specialized S-Works Rib Cage II bottle cage
Sram Force 1 hydraulic disc brakes
Sram Force 1 rear derailleur
Sram Force 1 50t chainring
Engage Revit 27,2x310mm seatpost
Engage Torque 90mm stem
Sram Red22 11-25 cassette
Sram Red22 chain
Cannondale Si expander/topcap
Fi’zi:k Superlight 2mm bartape
Mavic Ksyrium SLR pedals
Roval Rapide CLX 40 disc tubular wheelset
Sram HSX 140mm rotors
Tune Q20/DC17 Quickreleases
Vittoria Corsa CX/SC tubulars

Weight: 6,46kg (without tubular glue)
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by Ravnsnaes

Suprisingly heavy cranks though. My Specialized cranks with 53/39 S-Works rings came in at 545gr.

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