2019 S-Works Tarmac SL6 Disc

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riceroket
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by riceroket

Hello all,

Long time lurker, first time poster :D

I just finished my brand new build and i'm sharing her to say hello to the WW community although shes not exactly WW material (IMO). The goal would be to get her as close to or under 7kg as possible, currently she sits at 7.48kg

FRAME - Specialized S-Works Tarmac (Gloss Acid Mint) - Size 54
GROUPSET - Etap Red 11sp
BRAKE SET - Etap Red
BRAKE DISC - SRAM CLX-R Rotor 160mm/140mm
CENTER LOCK - Shimano
WHEELS - ENVE 4.5AR with I9 hubs
CASSETTE - Red 11-32
CRANKSET - Red 170mm 110 BCD
CHAINRING BOLTS - SRAM Red 22 Chainring Bolt Set
CHAIN - Shimano DURA-ACE 9000 Series (Molten Speed Wax coated)
BOTTOM BRACKET - CeramicSpeed
CHAINRING - SRAM Red 50/34
STEM - Fair Wheel Kalloy Uno Stealth Stem 120mm 7 deg
BARS - ENVE SES Aero Road Handlebar 40cm
BOTTLE CAGE - Bontrager Satellite Elite Side Entry Carbon Water Bottle Cage (spares i had laying around, will swap out)
HEADSET - Stock Specialized
DUST CAP - Stock Specialized
TOP CAP- Stock Specialized
EXPANDER PLUG - Stock specialized
SADDLE - Berk Lupina Padded 132mm
GARMIN MOUNT - F3 FormMount with GoPro adapter
Thru-Axle - Stock Specialized
BARTAPE - SILCA NASTRO PILOTI 1.8mm
SEATPOST - Specialized S-Works
PEDALS - Garmin Vector 2
TIRES - Schwalbe Pro One 28mm
Sealant - Muc Off
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VTR1000SP2
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by VTR1000SP2

That's a good looking bike
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cycleboyco
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by cycleboyco

Great looking bike!

Did not see the handlebar in your spec, but maybe I missed it-looks like an Enve based on the ends.

Wheels are an obvious easy, but expensive way to get at least half way to your weight goal-if you are running the Enve aero bars, that would be another. However, you've made some nice cosmetic and functional choices with your wheelset, tubeless set-up, OSPW, and bars if they are the aero ones, even if they add some weight, so if you like them, enjoy!

riceroket
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by riceroket

VTR1000SP2 wrote:
Fri Aug 16, 2019 11:03 am
That's a good looking bike
thank you VTR1000SP2

riceroket
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by riceroket

cycleboyco wrote:
Fri Aug 16, 2019 5:16 pm
Great looking bike!

Did not see the handlebar in your spec, but maybe I missed it-looks like an Enve based on the ends.

Wheels are an obvious easy, but expensive way to get at least half way to your weight goal-if you are running the Enve aero bars, that would be another. However, you've made some nice cosmetic and functional choices with your wheelset, tubeless set-up, OSPW, and bars if they are the aero ones, even if they add some weight, so if you like them, enjoy!
Thanks cycleboyco.

You are correct they are ENVE aero bars (40cm).

You bring up the fundamental debate that I keep having with myself, function vs weight. The way she sits right now is close to damn perfect for me, the parts were chosen for a reason and I think it all compliments each other. With that said though, I have this damn nagging voice in the back of my head making fun of how much she weighs LOL

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