2020 Specialized Tarmac SL7

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ryanw
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by ryanw

NealH wrote:
Wed Oct 27, 2021 9:19 pm
Beautiful bike. Is that a 20° setback post, or less?
Standard 20mm setback.
SL7 S-Works - 6.59kg
OPEN U.P.P.E.R. - 6.76kg
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by Ronin416

ryanw wrote:964g - 61cm - Sagan Disruption
923g - 58cm - Dusty Blue Pearl / Cast Blue Metallic
872g - 58cm - Carbon / Chameleon Silver Green Colour Run
854g - 56cm - Blue Tint over Spectraflair / Brushed Chrome
831g - 54cm - Snake Eye / Satin Black
821g - 56cm - Blue Tint over Spectraflair / Brushed Chrome
811g - 56cm - Sagan Deconstructivism
807g - 56cm - Carbon / Chameleon Silver Green Colour Run
805g - 56cm - Dusty Blue Pearl / Cast Blue Metallic
790g - 56cm - Trinity Team Bike
786g - 56cm - Carbon / Chameleon Silver Green Colour Run
784g - 54cm - Dusty Blue Pearl / Cast Blue Metallic
783g - 54cm - Dusty Blue Pearl / Cast Blue Metallic
779g - 54cm - Dusty Blue Pearl / Cast Blue Metallic
773g - 54cm - Dusty Blue Pearl / Cast Blue Metallic
771g - 52cm - Snake Eye / Satin Black
768g - 54cm - Trinity Team Bike
755g - 52cm - Carbon / Chameleon Silver Green Colour Run
721g - 49cm - Carbon / Chameleon Silver Green Colour Run
719g - 49cm - Carbon / Chameleon Silver Green Colour Run

6.77kg as pictured:

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Ryan,

Are these weights with uncut steer tubes + frame (obviously minus bearings) Image


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ryanw
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Nope, all 100% naked frames only.
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by KebabKillah

A link to order the new seatpost Sl7 clean 0 offset?
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KebabKillah wrote:
Thu Oct 28, 2021 3:33 pm
A link to order the new seatpost Sl7 clean 0 offset?
Those are not available yet.
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Swapped out my Rapides to try the new 454s. They came in at 1,391g which is not bad at all.

Bike 6.79kg as pitcured:

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SL7 S-Works - 6.59kg
OPEN U.P.P.E.R. - 6.76kg
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ryanw wrote:
Fri Oct 29, 2021 10:13 pm
Swapped out my Rapides to try the new 454s. They came in at 1,391g which is not bad at all.

Bike 6.79kg as pitcured:

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I'm interested in how these compare to the Rapides.

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by K4m1k4z3

Has anyone heard any ETAs regarding 2022 bikes? S-Works, Pro and Expert?
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K4m1k4z3 wrote:
Sat Oct 30, 2021 9:00 am
Has anyone heard any ETAs regarding 2022 bikes? S-Works, Pro and Expert?
Keep in mind that I do not work for a bike shop so I have no real connection to Specialized. However, I did talk to them a month or so ago to ask about the 2022 models, and the customer service rep said the models would start shipping to retailers sometime around October/November.

That being said, I put an order in with my LBS in early October for a 2022 Expert. They're saying they don't have an expected delivery date from Specialized at this time, but their estimate is Q3 2022. They also said I could likely expect some delays due to the recall, but for now I'm still expecting to get the bike in Q3 2022. I'm assuming the S-Works and Pro models have a similar delay.

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They're in stores in the UK now but can't sell the Di2 models until Nov 19th due to embargo.
SL7 S-Works - 6.59kg
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ryanw wrote:
Fri Oct 29, 2021 10:13 pm
Swapped out my Rapides to try the new 454s. They came in at 1,391g which is not bad at all.

Bike 6.79kg as pitcured:

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I saw your post on IG when you put the NSW's on. What are your impressions on Rapide vs 454's?
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Just back from a little 40km on them.
20kph winds with 40kph gusts.

I'd say the front Rapide is definitely more stable, to be expected, but the 454s are better than Enve 5.6s.

The 454s felt like thay held speed marginally better over 45kph compared to the Rapides.

I have the 54T ratchet upgrade on my Rapides and miss the noise, also a great safety device to let people know you're there.

Are the 454s worth nearly twice the price, no, but we're not in this game to make money out of it.
SL7 S-Works - 6.59kg
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Care to explain the "54T ratchet upgrade"? I'm interested! :)
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Dt swiss ratchets, more teeth = more/nicer sound

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Hubs making noise as a safety feature is incredibly underrated and immensely useful.

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