2017 Specialized Tarmac Comp Road Bike Ultegra  - Red/Black £1350 @ h2gear.co.uk
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2017 Specialized Tarmac Comp Road Bike Ultegra - Red/Black £1350 @ h2gear.co.uk

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Found 16th Mar
Cracking bike at half price.
few other Specialized bikes with 50% off also like the disc version below

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    Looks a good price - heat added
    Blinding price...
    The big S on a big discount. Heat, and nothing less
    Both bikes are smoking hot deals but particularly that disc version, the RS685 shifters are pretty rare in this price range (usually it's the lower price RS505 shifters even on pricier bikes) so a carbon frame, the RS685 shifters and Ultegra parts plus it's in normal sizes as well is an amazing deal.
    Pity the largest size is 56, 58 would be perfect
    For the love of God, this deal has been live for hours and not one single person has commented on the availability of similarly priced second hand cars. What the hell is happening to HUKD!
    thanks, just bought the tarmac expert disk, bargain price!!
    I ordered the expert last night. The original RRP is mental (as is usually the case for Specialized) but the current price is very decent. I’m assuming the wheels are pretty low end, but the finishing kit is good enough. Got a PDF confirmation from the Giant store, so hopefully it’s all confirmed
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    challengedavid1 h, 28 m ago

    thanks, just bought the tarmac expert disk, bargain price!!


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    klargon1 h, 6 m ago

    I ordered the expert last night. The original RRP is mental (as is usually …I ordered the expert last night. The original RRP is mental (as is usually the case for Specialized) but the current price is very decent. I’m assuming the wheels are pretty low end, but the finishing kit is good enough. Got a PDF confirmation from the Giant store, so hopefully it’s all confirmed


    Nothing in a 61cm frame
    Think the discs are likely to be centerlock on the expert?
    T1mski1 h, 45 m ago


    just back from the specialized store local to me, even they could not beat this price, wheels could do with an upgrade, and the gears might need changing for me as its a 52-36 upfront and i like a 50-34
    all else looks ok, great for the money
    challengedavid4 h, 19 m ago

    just back from the specialized store local to me, even they could not beat …just back from the specialized store local to me, even they could not beat this price, wheels could do with an upgrade, and the gears might need changing for me as its a 52-36 upfront and i like a 50-34all else looks ok, great for the money


    That's because this bike is aimed at more at racing and not endurance as such, the Roubaix comes with a 50-34. I guess they expect you to go faster
    You tend to get a semi-compact on an 11-speed. It's one of the reasons I wanted a new bike - looking forward to going faster downhill! You might be better off keeping the chainrings and changing the cassette to an 11-32 if you need an easier gear (if the derailleur cage length will take it).
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    klargon18 m ago

    You tend to get a semi-compact on an 11-speed. It's one of the reasons I …You tend to get a semi-compact on an 11-speed. It's one of the reasons I wanted a new bike - looking forward to going faster downhill! You might be better off keeping the chainrings and changing the cassette to an 11-32 if you need an easier gear (if the derailleur cage length will take it).


    Itseems specialized spec their slightly lower spec models with a compact chainset (50/34) but their higher end ones from the Comp spec up come with the semi-compact (50/36) and are obviously aimed at those who want to spend a little more or are more into their road racing
    klargon17th Mar

    You tend to get a semi-compact on an 11-speed. It's one of the reasons I …You tend to get a semi-compact on an 11-speed. It's one of the reasons I wanted a new bike - looking forward to going faster downhill! You might be better off keeping the chainrings and changing the cassette to an 11-32 if you need an easier gear (if the derailleur cage length will take it).


    It's a short cage....so it might be a better to go with a med rear mech, if you want to run a 32 cassette.... I have read that a short cage will take a 32 cassette..though probably wouldn't chance it myself.... Lots of infor on the usual bike forums....
    52cm size in stock only
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