I currently have two steeds that allow me to ride the tarmac and get that feeling of wind in the eyes while spinning the legs along the many lanes and roads of the UK and Europe.
My first bike is a Specialized S-Works Roubaix. Frame is a 56cm 2009 model built in conjunction with the Tom Boonen being a decorated rider winner of Paris Roubaix and him having been the world champion in 2005. It is a limited edition frame and has the quick step emblems on forks and top tube and rainbow stripes on the seat tube. Of course it is carbon throughout and has the standard roubaix zerts inserts to keep the frame flexible and comfy. The bike is running a full Shimano 105 groupset with a 50/34 compact chainset and a 12-28 rear cassette. Wheels are 3T 42mm deep aero carbon wheels and really run like a dream shod with Continental GP4000S tyres in a 25mm width. Finishing kit is a FSA carbon stem, S-Works carbon seat post, Specialized Phenom saddle, 3T aero flat top handlebars, Elite bottle cages, Shimano 105 pedals and the mandatory Garmin 1000/GoPro Hero Session cockpit set up.
My second bike is a Specialized Langster fixie bike. This is a relatively new acquisition to the fleet and bought as a training machine as well as a commuter. Again a 56cm frame and comes in a satin black with some gorgeous chequerboard detailing on the emblems on the frame. It is running a 42 tooth front ring coupled to a 14 tooth rear sprocket. Wheels come courtesy of the trusted Mavic CXP22 model shod with Schwalbe tyres. This bike is a pure spin the legs machine and I know will offer me endless amounts of training/commuting fun.