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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 almost 10 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 almost 10 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 almost 10 years ago

rigiman

rigiman says:

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

Posted almost 10 years ago

Sherblock

Sherblock says:

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

Posted about 11 years ago

Skate4Cancer

Skate4Cancer says:

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

Posted about 10 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 almost 10 years ago