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Specialized Tarmac SL7 Pro Ultegra Di2

Specialized Tarmac SL7 Pro Ultegra Di2
  • Color: Red Tint/Carbon
  • Color: Blue Tint Fade/Smoke/Metallic White Silver
$7,000.00
Color:
Red Tint/Carbon
Size:
56cm
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The new Tarmac is designed to go fast, there's no if's, and's, or but's about that—but it represents so much more than just aerodynamic prowess. With a light-weight, Rider-First Engineered frame, it delivers the best-possible ride characteristics, no matter the size. So no matter what you have planned for your new Tarmac, its ready to help you achieve your goals—PRs, KOMs, or podium top-steps. One bike to rule them all.

The Tarmac Pro delivers the perfect blend of performance and value. With a full Shimano Ultegra Di2 groupset and Roval's new Rapide CL—with their exceptional stability and aerodynamic prowess—the Tarmac Pro with Ultegra Di2 is ready to race, smash the group ride, or pilot you to that next PR.

"Aero is everything"—we've been preaching it for years and it's still the driving force for the new Tarmac. In our quest for tube shapes that deliver the fastest frame that the UCI rules allow, we took a page out of the Venge development book and utilized our FreeFoil Shape Library. Armed with a library of optimized shapes, we turned to the Win Tunnel to plug these shapes into a modular test bike, for more testing and validation. The result? A new Tarmac that’s the fastest we’ve tested—45 seconds faster over 40km than the Tarmac SL6 (built with Aerofly II handlebars, sold separately). No compromises, just pure speed.

While aerodynamics were paramount to the Tarmac’s development and to the development of all of our race bikes, weight was the co-pilot on this optimal race bike journey. Previously "aero bikes" always compromised in the weight department—the more drag you reduced, the more weight you gained. With the new Tarmac, our design philosophy was to keep it at, or below, the UCI weight limit out of the box, with no sacrifices to aerodynamics. And with the help of the FreeFoil Shape Library, tools like isotopic FEA analysis, and some engineering wizardry by the best engineers in the industry, we delivered a frame that weighs a mere 920 grams, without giving up a gram of aero, stiffness or ride quality.

Continuing our quest to develop the perfect race bike, we used our Rider-First Engineered philosophy to ensure that the new Tarmac is the most balanced, best handling Tarmac yet—no matter the size. With an army of the world’s best test riders from our three World Tour Teams—Boels-Dolmans, Deceuninck-Quick-Step, and Bora-hansgrohe—we made changes to the Tarmac based on their thousands of kilometers on the road. We balanced the ride quality between the front and rear end, so even the longest days in the saddle continue to be comfortable—all without giving up anything to the Tarmac’s legendary handling and race-winning snappiness.

Building on the learnings from the Venge, the new Tarmac utilizes simple integration to create a clean, fast cockpit that’s easy to live with. We’ve improved the routing for any configuration—mechanical shifting, traditional stems, round bars, etc.—all while keeping its aerodynamic attributes. These same traits also make the new Tarmac easy to work on and easy to travel with. It’s a win-win.

Electronic drivetrain systems deliver excellent shifting, easy set up, and solid battery life. Here are the highlights of today’s electronic shifting systems:

Shifting Performance
Electronic shifting systems use powerful servomotors to rapidly shift the chain. Because microprocessors and sensors constantly monitor every aspect of the system, they shift with precisely and without chain rub.

Customization
Many major systems have customizable shifting. Some have the ability to add remote shifters for common riding positions, and some even allow you to change the functions of the shifting buttons.

Dependability
Electronic groupsets are responsive and consistent. There are no cables to stretch and wear out, so you get a flawless shift every time. The added bonus is you’ll never have to replace a derailleur cable ever again.

Specs

Frame Tarmac SL7 FACT 10r Carbon, Rider First Engineered, Win Tunnel Engineered, Clean Routing, Threaded BB, flat-mount disc
Fork FACT Carbon, flat-mount disc
Axles Front: 100 x 12mm thru-axle
Rear: 142 x 12mm thru-axle
Rims/Wheels Roval Rapide CL, 21mm internal width carbon rim, Win Tunnel Engineered
Hubs DT for Roval 350 hub
Spokes DT Swiss Revolution
Tires S-Works Turbo, 120 TPI, folding bead, BlackBelt protection, 700c x 26
Crankset Shimano Ultegra R8000, HollowTech 2, 11-speed
Chainrings 52/36T
Bottom Bracket Shimano Threaded BSA BB
Chain Shimano Ultegra, 11-speed
Front Derailleur Shimano Ultegra Di2 R8050, braze-on
Rear Derailleur Shimano Ultegra Di2 R8050, GS medium cage
Cassette/Rear Cogs Shimano Ultegra R8000, 11-speed, 11-30t
Shifters Shimano Ultegra Di2
Handlebars S-Works Aerofly II
Tape/Grips Supacaz Super Sticky Kush
Stem Tarmac integrated stem, 6-degree
Brakes Shimano Ultegra R8070, hydraulic disc
Saddle Body Geometry Power Pro, hollow titanium rails, carbon fiber base
Seat Post 2021 S-Works Tarmac Carbon seat post, FACT Carbon, Di2 Compatible, 20mm offset

* Subject to change without notice.

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