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Specialized Tarmac Comp

I wanted to replace my Raleigh fixie with something lighter and different, I'm sure you will agree its a little different.

Frame:
2006 Specialized Tarmac Com.

Fork/Headset:
Unknown CF fork, Outland star nut, Specialized wagon wheel cap & alloy nut with factory Cane creek headset.

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
Campagnolo Record Ultra torque CF 170mm with Campagnolo Super Record BB cupset.

Pedals:
Crank Bros Candy.

Drivetrain/Cog/Chainring/Chain:
Shimano Ultegra 10sp 14-25T, TA 45T Vento chainring & Sram Hollow pin slotted #PC1091R.

Derailleurs/Shifters:
Shimano 5700 105 Short cage Black RD with Ultegra pullies. Shimano XT shifter pod mounted with alloy bolt.

Handlebars/Stem:
Specialized S Works carbon with Specialized comfort grips mounted on a Oval R700 stem with a R900 CF cap/Ti bolts.

Saddle/Seatpost:
Specialized BG mounted on a Campagnolo Record CF seatpost shortened with Ti bolt, clamped with factory clamp & Ti bolt.

Brakes:
2009 Campagnolo SR 11 speed rear mounted onto the fork with Ti recessed nut.

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
FRONT RIM - Velocity Fusion 700C 20H Black with machined sidewalls. FRONT HUB - Dati Ultralight 20H with J&L FlyLight Ti/alloy Bolt-on skewers in Black. FRONT SPOKES - Wheelsmith Black SS DB 14/15

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
REAR RIM - Velocity Fusion 700C 24H Black with unmachined sidewalls. REAR HUB - Dati Ultralight 24H with J&L FlyLight Ti/alloy Bolt-on skewers in Black. REAR SPOKES - Wheelsmith Black SS DB 14/15.

Accessories:
Vaude toolbag with tube, tyre levers & Co inflater. All bolts/nuts are either Ti or alloy.

More Info:
6.98kg - 15.356 lbs as is without toolbag.

Added by rigiman. Last updated about 8 years ago.

6 Comments

Ewwyou

Ewwyou says:

Other than the stem being flipped up, looks like a pretty rad commuter. I would have ran a rear brake also though. After all, it is a road bike.

Posted about 8 years ago

rigiman

rigiman says:

I spent some time getting the HB to the right height, no rear brake apart from weight, I can ride in groups with NO issue, riding in groups on the track teaches you to trust others in close formation. thanx for the comments........

Posted about 8 years ago

rigiman

rigiman says:

I have updated this bicycle, please look....

Posted about 8 years ago

Sherblock

Sherblock says:

Um, campy, spinergies, and flat bars. Not quite cool.

Posted over 9 years ago

Skate4Cancer

Skate4Cancer says:

yea thats what i thought so.. its a bit weird

Posted over 8 years ago

rigiman

rigiman says:

Campagnolo and flat bars, not an issue, I have another bicycle with Campagnolo 10sp flat handlebar controls, but changing the wheels almost gained me a kg in weight reduction, also made the bicycle less noisey and better handling esp in sidewinds, thanx for the comments...........

Posted about 8 years ago