New Bike Day! 2014 S-Works Tarmac SL4 Dura-Ace Di2

T86A0319After spending the majority of my miles pedaling last year on my road bike, I found myself wanting a new road bike for this year. My wife gave me the go ahead (…stupidly lucky man) so the new bike was ordered. I’ll go into more details on the bike after spending some more time on it, for now I’ll just say it’s ridiculously light (14.88 lbs) and shifts amazing. It’s going to be a great summer!

T86A0335 T86A0350 T86A0327 T86A0342The biggest change other than going from a Specialized Roubaix to a Specialized Tarmac was the switch to Shimano.
T86A0331 T86A0365Big thanks to the best bicycle shop I’ve ever known, Bloomington Cycle & Fitness!
T86A0352Bike Update (05-18-2014)

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8 thoughts on “New Bike Day! 2014 S-Works Tarmac SL4 Dura-Ace Di2

  1. Congrats….make sure you pay homage to the woman who gave you her blessing to get the bike or there will be trouble in paradise!

  2. So you went from a Roubaix to a Tarmc just like I would like to do ( riding a 2012 Roubaix at the moment). Can you tell us about the differences ?

    • I’d like to get more miles and rides on top of the Tarmac before I describe the differences in length. I can say initially I was blown away at the smoothness of the Tarmac. I thought that the Tarmac would be much harsher than the Roubaix, which seems to not be the case. Granted if you hit a crack in the road or a dip, you do feel the road more than the Roubaix, however, I would not describe the Tarmac as a harsh ride.

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