201X Allez Sprint

Discuss light weight issues concerning road bikes & parts.
berest
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by berest

NoMütze,

Thank you! :beerchug:
NoMütze wrote:
Mon May 25, 2020 9:20 pm
btw...in this pic you can see from top to bottom..
stem
spacer
smaller headset top cap
the thin rubber seal
headtube...
Yupp, i know the sequence. I've been riding bikes for over 20 years now :D. My case was inside of it - no compression ring.
NoMütze wrote:
Mon May 25, 2020 9:20 pm
the thin rubber seal
It's totally plastic, not the rubber or rubberized plastic.
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NoMütze
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by NoMütze

Yupp...
Posted the pic for the other one

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Bungle73
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by Bungle73

rollinslow wrote:
Wed May 20, 2020 11:46 pm
I was looking at the Spesh website and noticed that the rear derailleur cable is zip-tied to the frame. I went to the frameset pics and there definitely are not traditional cable stops but instead little holes to put plastic zip-ties. Older Allez sprint frames clearly have cable stops like in the pic above.

Does anyone know anything more about this? There is no way I'll ride a bike put together with zip-ties even if it's for bad weather/commuting. Also, are cables still routed this poorly in current models? Appreciate the input since I otherwise like the look of these frames!

https://www.specialized.com/us/en/allez ... 70020-7749
My 2019 rim brake version has cable stops on the chainstay where the cable exits to inner, then goes back into outer again. The bottom bracket routing is via outers, routed through a plastic guide.

dcorn
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by dcorn

Whoooooo's ready for a new 2021 Allez Sprint Disc design??

dudemanppl
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by dudemanppl

Speculation or do you know something we don't?

dcorn
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by dcorn

No, just wishing. Just built up a rim brake bike last year, but would love a new disc design in a cool new color.

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ryanw
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by ryanw

Now in it's final form, albeit waiting for the inline seatpost to arrive... 7.6kg as pictured.

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'16 Cervelo S5 - 6.65kg RIP
'19 Cervelo S5 Disc - 7.25kg
‘20 Allez Sprint Disc - 7.60kg
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wolfesquire
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by wolfesquire

Would be nice if they came out with a SRAM Force AXS 1X version with Roval wheels. I would say in the ballpark of $5k as you can get the Tarmac for $7k.

rollinslow
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by rollinslow

ryanw wrote:
Wed Jun 03, 2020 4:33 pm
Now in it's final form, albeit waiting for the inline seatpost to arrive... 7.6kg as pictured.

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Love the build. That crimson fork really goes well. Looks fast. What's the goal for how you're going to use this one?
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HaroldC
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by HaroldC

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2020 Down Under Edition
Just got around to building the bike, had the frame since Feb.
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djnzt48
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Hey guys. If you want to further slam your stem, coz the short dust cover (8mm) is still too tall, you can try the CeramicSpeed one. I ordered the Cervelo version (45mm OD) and added a 3mm headset spacer underneath the CS dust cover;

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I could make the gap smaller - perhaps with a 2mm spacer and a couple of microspacers.
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Fender137
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by Fender137

Has anyone managed to fit a Cane Creek EEbrakes on there Allez Sprint? (particularly a Sz 52CM) From what i read there may be clearence issuses in the rear. But Ive seen a few members on here who managed to fit them. But theres not a lot information out on this. Can anyone confirm?

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ryanw
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by ryanw

rollinslow wrote:
Sun Jun 07, 2020 1:03 am
ryanw wrote:
Wed Jun 03, 2020 4:33 pm
Now in it's final form, albeit waiting for the inline seatpost to arrive... 7.6kg as pictured.

Image
Love the build. That crimson fork really goes well. Looks fast. What's the goal for how you're going to use this one?
Sorry, just seen this.

It's been built as a commuter / training bike.

Done 1,500km on it now (one ride was 304km) and it's been amazing. So impressed with how it rides, I've sold my S5D and in the market for an S-Works Tarmac / Venge.
'16 Cervelo S5 - 6.65kg RIP
'19 Cervelo S5 Disc - 7.25kg
‘20 Allez Sprint Disc - 7.60kg
IG: RhinosWorkshop

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