Equipment

#TarmacSL7

Equipment

#TarmacSL7

Tarmac SL 7: our super bike

The Tarmac SL7 knows no compromises. Riders no longer have to choose between an aero bike and a climbing bike. Aero bikes always used to involve a compromise in terms of weight: less drag tended to mean more weight. Specialized wanted to keep the new Tarmac's weight below or around the UCI weight limit without making any sacrifices in terms of aerodynamics. The Rider-First Engineered™ design philosophy aims to make the SL7 the most balanced Tarmac with the best handling yet regardless of the size. Team SD Worx is therefore using the lightest bike in the peloton, but also the fastest race bike ever. Of course, the world's best women's team deserves excellent equipment.

Specs

  • SRAM RED Etap
  • Zipp wheels 353 NSW, stem and bars
  • Specialized saddle + tyres
  • Time cleats
  • Tacx bottles and bottle holders
  • Garmin Edge 830
  • 6.9 KG

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Our time trial bike: Shiv TT Disc

Specialized has developed a bike that is even more aerodynamic than the original Shiv, the fastest time trial bike ever developed. It is also 500 grams lighter and feels like the Venge. The Shiv is regarded as the new standard for speed. No compromises here either. The Shiv continues to focus on aerodynamics, fuel and fit, but does so in a whole new way. There is only one bike that is perfect for reaching the top of the time trial podium this season: the S-Works Shiv Disc. And of course it is ridden by the best women's team in the world. A promising combination..

•    Best aero bike ever tested in a wind tunnel.
•    500 grams lighter than the previous Shiv TT

Specs

  • SRAM RED Etap
  • Zipp super disc / front 808 Firecrest
  • Specialized saddle + tires
  • Time pedals & cleats
  • Tacx aero bottle and cage
  • Garmin Edge 830
  • 7.5 KG

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