Specialized S-Works Venge first ride review

Specialized S-Works Venge first ride review

Yes, the Specialized S-Works Venge is fast — with less aero drag and weight than the previous model — but what really makes it cool is the balance of all-out aero with rider-friendly details like an easily adjustable cockpit and a stock power meter. I had the chance to take the bike for a spin in California , and here are my thoughts. Specialized S-Works Venge: lighter, faster and all-in on Shimano discs Testing prototype tires over 12,000 vertical feet on asphalt and dirt Specialized S-Works Venge highlights Hydraulic/electric only, with Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 9170 960g frame that is claimed to be more aero than previous Venge Adjustable aero bar Di2 port integrated into the seatpost Left/right power meter included Roval CLX 64 wheels with CeramicSpeed bearings Specialized S-Works Power saddle 26mm Turbo Cotton clinchers Optimized for aero, stiffness... and real life p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 13.0px ...

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