201X Allez Sprint

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icantaffordcycling
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by icantaffordcycling

No need to get the wheels mfg version. The tarmac direct-mount derailleur hanger already works perfectly. Part Number: S182600003
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12$ vs 40$.

Hexsense
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by Hexsense

Thanks, good to know that it works too.

But I wonder why are they even a separate version.
S182600003 is officially for Venge and Tarmac. The equivalent one from wheelsmfg is number 374. https://wheelsmfg.com/derailleur-hanger-374.html

Then why Wheelsmfg bother making another version for Allez-Speint Disc, Shiv Disc, Crux, Diverge, old Roubaix, old Venge etc as number 380. https://wheelsmfg.com/derailleur-hanger ... r-380.html

1llum4
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by 1llum4

Because they are actually different for Specialized too. The lip around the axle hole is the main difference between the two.

RJones
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by RJones

Here's my 2020 Allez. Built it Saturday evening, then raced it in a crit Sunday morning.

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58cm Allez Sprint (Gloss White/Indigo)
S-Works carbon dual-sided power meter crank (165mm arms)
Stone 130BCD 1x 54T chainring
SRAM Red eTap (11spd), 1x
SRAM Red Aerolink brakes
Enve Aero Road stem -12deg, 120mm
Enve Aero Road bars 38cm top flared to 42cm drops
Specialized Power Arc Pro Elaston saddle
Aerocoach Aeox Zephyr wheels (78mm)
Conti GP5000 TL tires

RJones
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by RJones

Almost forgot I also have an Allez Sprint Track
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58cm Allez Sprint Track (Redhook Crit)
Dura-Ace 7710 crankset w/ Stages single-sided power
Zipp SL Speed stem -6deg, 120mm
Pro Vibe Sprint bars 42cm
S-Works Power saddle
Cheapo 88mm Chinese carbon wheels

ryanw
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by ryanw

RJones wrote:
Mon Jan 06, 2020 11:10 pm
Here's my 2020 Allez. Built it Saturday evening, then raced it in a crit Sunday morning.

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58cm Allez Sprint (Gloss White/Indigo)
S-Works carbon dual-sided power meter crank (165mm arms)
Stone 130BCD 1x 54T chainring
SRAM Red eTap (11spd), 1x
SRAM Red Aerolink brakes
Enve Aero Road stem -12deg, 120mm
Enve Aero Road bars 38cm top flared to 42cm drops
Specialized Power Arc Pro Elaston saddle
Aerocoach Aeox Zephyr wheels (78mm)
Conti GP5000 TL tires
That is F-ING beautiful!!!
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'19 Cervelo S5 Disc - 7,460g

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by Nefarious86

RJones wrote:Almost forgot I also have an Allez Sprint Track
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58cm Allez Sprint Track (Redhook Crit)
Dura-Ace 7710 crankset w/ Stages single-sided power
Zipp SL Speed stem -6deg, 120mm
Pro Vibe Sprint bars 42cm
S-Works Power saddle
Cheapo 88mm Chinese carbon wheels
So much want

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zaku
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by zaku

recently rebuild with ultegra r8000 and s- works aerofly handlebar :x
pls disregard the shimano saint pedals 😁😁
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Jarett
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by Jarett

Tour Down Under Bora Allez ... awesome color :)
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chiumomo
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by chiumomo

It sucks when all the cool paint job only come with disc brake.

speedylumberjack
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by speedylumberjack

Finally got around to signing for an account, but have been browsing for a while.

Built up my Allez Sprint Disc a little over a year ago.

Size 56 frame (Americana/lumberjack colorway)
Sram red eTap (11 speed) FD, RD, rotors, cassette, shifters, crank (172.5 mm)
Zipp SL-70 Aero (42cm)
Zipp Sprint Stem (120 mm)
Quark DZero 110 BCD with 52/36 chainrings
Supacaz Super Kush bar tape
Dura-Ace SPD SL pedals
November Bicycles Cafe Racer 46 wheels laced with CX-Ray spokes on White Industry CLD hubs
Wahoo Element Bolt
Specialized Power Arc elastion saddle
Some eBay super light bottle cages

Weighs around 18ish pounds, need to reweigh it as I've swapped tires. I absolutely love this bike. I'm had two small spills unfortunately, but plan on signing up for my first season of crits this year.
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TLN
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by TLN

Does anyone know what is setback on stock seatpost? Trying to compare geo and make some adjustments to my tarmac after selling my allez sprint.
His: Specialiez S-Works Tarmac SL5 Disc.
Hers: Cannondale Synapse HM Disc

Nefarious86
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Its the same as the Tarmac post. The STA in different tho.

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by IrrelevantD

TLN wrote:
Thu Jan 16, 2020 5:29 am
Does anyone know what is setback on stock seatpost? Trying to compare geo and make some adjustments to my tarmac after selling my allez sprint.
If I remember correctly, the seatpost was a direct take off from the Venge ViAS and is 20mm setback. Also available in 0mm and 35mm.
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Bungle73
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by Bungle73

I bought this bike (Comp version) a few months ago. Do you think you really need carbon wheels to get the most out it? That seems to be the opinion of Cam Nicholls on YouTube. However, I've not seen any other feature on this bike give this opinion. I changed the stock wheels, and currently I'm running Fulcrum Racing Quattro LGs, but I've got my eye on some Prime carbons in the CRC/Wiggle sale. I guess I really want them because they look sexy, but the majority opinion seems to be that they make the bike ride better. What say you?

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