201X Allez Sprint

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ultyguy
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by ultyguy

Uh oh!

Not sure about my bar tape choice, prob shoulda gone black as the pink matches the pink lower down and looks a bit weird. Saddle will be switched to black.

Cannondale sisl srm
Ultegra 8000
Alu bar/stem

Haven’t weighed it. Haven’t gotten it outside as weather terrible here

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perplex
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Location: Sydney

by perplex

ultyguy wrote:
Fri Feb 08, 2019 4:02 pm
Uh oh!

Not sure about my bar tape choice, prob shoulda gone black as the pink matches the pink lower down and looks a bit weird. Saddle will be switched to black.

Cannondale sisl srm
Ultegra 8000
Alu bar/stem

Haven’t weighed it. Haven’t gotten it outside as weather terrible here

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Favorite colorway frame so far.! :thumbup:


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Sock3t
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by Sock3t

ultyguy wrote:
Fri Feb 08, 2019 4:02 pm
Uh oh!

Not sure about my bar tape choice, prob shoulda gone black as the pink matches the pink lower down and looks a bit weird. Saddle will be switched to black.

Cannondale sisl srm
Ultegra 8000
Alu bar/stem

Haven’t weighed it. Haven’t gotten it outside as weather terrible here

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Gorgous bike, I love the colour!

danridesbikes
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by danridesbikes

anyone know the length of the brake nuts i need?

thanks

Sock3t
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by Sock3t

Will GP5000 TL in 28's fit my sprint?

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IrrelevantD
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by IrrelevantD

Sock3t wrote:
Mon Feb 11, 2019 4:14 am
Will GP5000 TL in 28's fit my sprint?
Disc or Rim brake? Im running 25C on wide HED rims that end up measuring about ~28mm on my rim brake Sprint. Depending on how much they baloon out, I think you'll probably be safe with 28s.
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IrrelevantD wrote:
Sat Feb 16, 2019 6:01 pm
Sock3t wrote:
Mon Feb 11, 2019 4:14 am
Will GP5000 TL in 28's fit my sprint?
Disc or Rim brake? Im running 25C on wide HED rims that end up measuring about ~28mm on my rim brake Sprint. Depending on how much they baloon out, I think you'll probably be safe with 28s.
Rim brake.

I have the tyres, but am a little worried. I'll get them mounted this week.

RSlone
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by RSlone

Hey guys quick question. 56 vs 58. Looking at rim brake frameset.
182 cm tall with long inseam of 85.75cm
I run my saddle height at around 79cm
I’m concerned about the stock seatpost being high enough on a 56. Does it have a setback too? Thanks in advance.

jasonbrim
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by jasonbrim

Sock3t wrote:
Mon Feb 11, 2019 4:14 am
Will GP5000 TL in 28's fit my sprint?
I have the 28 mm clinchers (not tubeless), and they fit fine on my Roval CLX 50/64 (50 front, 64 rear). Look absolutely huge (measure about 29 mm), but there's loads of spare room.

I can't see that the tubeless ones will be much different, and the CLXs are pretty wide rims.

jasonbrim
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by jasonbrim

RSlone wrote:
Sun Feb 17, 2019 6:40 pm
Hey guys quick question. 56 vs 58. Looking at rim brake frameset.
182 cm tall with long inseam of 85.75cm
I run my saddle height at around 79cm
I’m concerned about the stock seatpost being high enough on a 56. Does it have a setback too? Thanks in advance.
I have a 54 cm frame, 182 cm with and inseam of 82 cm. Stock seatpost is long enough with my saddle height of 77 cm (more than 2 cm left too). So a 56 should be big enough.

raggi
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by raggi

Anyone know if the 2019 framesets are compatible with internal di2 routing?

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IrrelevantD
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by IrrelevantD

raggi wrote:
Wed Feb 20, 2019 2:22 pm
Anyone know if the 2019 framesets are compatible with internal di2 routing?
I took a look at one of the Disc ones at the shop. It is pre-drilled for Di2. From what I've heard/seen, the rim brake version is unchanged, but I haven't seen one in person.
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raggi
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by raggi

IrrelevantD wrote:
Thu Feb 21, 2019 12:58 am
I took a look at one of the Disc ones at the shop. It is pre-drilled for Di2. From what I've heard/seen, the rim brake version is unchanged, but I haven't seen one in person.
Ahh crap, I see, thanks for the info. Ill be getting a rim brake frame, can anyone confirm about the non-existing internal routing on them? If so Ill probably just go for a mech groupset.

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by Nefarious86

Non disc still needs to be drilled for Di2
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raggi
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by raggi

Sent a message to Specialized and asked them;

"Thank you for contacting Specialized!
The answer of your question is both yes and no.
First production, (pre september 2018) is not compatible with DI2 routing.
Production from september 2018 is compatible with Di2 routing, (added internal cable routing ports)"

I specifically mentioned the rim brake framsets in the question, so I can only assume the newer batch of those has the routing.. Time to contact my dealer and try to figure out which one I'll be getting.

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