New Shiv TT on Spec Site now

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by Weenie


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by GothicCastle

Wow — way cleaner looking than I expected. Very nice.

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by JasperGr

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by Terrordact

Link is still good for me. Nice that they include both the rear disk and the clx 64 option. 1x makes sense, but the AXS rear derailer has to be a detriment to aero dynamics, that thing is huge. I also don't find it attractive but that's subjective.

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by refthimos

It's been a while since I've seen a TT frame with that much space between the seat tube and rear tire. I'm looking forward to hearing the explanation/data behind that.

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by Grobar

This thing is slick!

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by jfranci3

Looks like ride quality and manufacturing of the seat stay joint.

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by Grobar

Didn't see the price at first... 14k$ sounds a lot for a bike without front derailleur, inner chainring, left blip, and with homemade wheels.
11-12k would sound more ''reasonnable'' in the actual market. Would like to know the frameset price.

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by ParisCarbon

Grobar wrote:
Tue Jul 02, 2019 6:14 pm
Didn't see the price at first... 14k$ sounds a lot for a bike without front derailleur, inner chainring, left blip, and with homemade wheels.
11-12k would sound more ''reasonnable'' in the actual market. Would like to know the frameset price.
Well you are getting $5000 worth of wheels there 2X64s and a disc... gonna guess frameset is pushing $5500 area, add in the sram stuff powermeter etc... anpther 2500? (not familiar with sram pricing) so you're right at about 14K...

The "old" version was $5000 but included the crankset... Im gonna guess the new framset won't include cranks, but the stem/aerobar is now an integrated unit so that will add some cost.

Too bad can't EPS it with Campy not making Hydro TT brake levers...

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by icantaffordcycling

refthimos wrote: space between the seat tube and rear tire. I'm looking forward to hearing the explanation/data behind that.
"A seat tube that challenges convention. The roval 321 is the fastest disc wheel in the world and it doesn't need to draft the seat tube. Instead, the seat tube and wheel blaze their own aero paths, allowing us to shave weight and improve rode quality without increasing drag. It also crated the slickest 1x setup in the start house." - specialized.

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by icantaffordcycling

Stand outs for me are BSA bottom bracket and two rear wheels included stock.
Pricing is also competitive with the cervelo p5d. That is 12.5k with dura ace di2 add 2.5k for enve disc or 321 and you are over the 14k for the shiv. Now just waiting for the trek speedconcept and canyon speedconcept to go disc and provide more reasonably priced options.

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by bespoke

I have absolutely no need for one of these, but sorely tempted to take up TT’s just so I can get one !
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by miltmaster3

Only disk version? If yes this is stupid


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by wingguy

miltmaster3 wrote:
Tue Jul 02, 2019 8:43 pm
Only disk version? If yes this is stupid
I would be amazed if you ever again see a top end TT bike release from a major manufacturer that includes a rim brake option.

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Dan Gerous
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by Dan Gerous

miltmaster3 wrote:
Tue Jul 02, 2019 8:43 pm
Only disk version? If yes this is stupid
Have you not been following the cycling industry in the last year or two? :wink:

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