My bike collection sits proudly at 4 bikes currently, all of them being Specialized of course .
My first bike is a Specialized S-Works SL2 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 Dura Ace groupset with a 50/34 compact chainset and a 12-28 rear cassette. Wheels are Cole C24 lightweight climbing wheels and really run like a dream shod with the Vittoria Corsa tyres in a 25mm width. Finishing kit is Specialized along with Elite bottle cages and Dura Ace pedals.
My second bike is a Specialized S-Works SL3 Roubaix. This is my number 1 dream bike and currently going through a re build. The frame is lightweight carbon throughout and tips the scales and just a shy over 1kg. Wheels are Corima S+ 32mm deep carbon rims with carbon hubs running S-Works turbo tyres. Finishing kit is all S-Works including the gorgeous S-Works flat topped aero handlebars. As of yet it is still in the build stage but will be running full Sram Etap wireless groupset. This will be purely a dry weather summer bike and when fully built and should come in just below the 7kg mark!!!
Onto my third bike and here we have a Specialized Allez Elite in the amazing limited edition Red Hook Criterium colours. The colours are what drew me to this bike straight away and stand out in any race or ride situation. I use this purely for racing and so is set up for that purpose. The frame is aluminium and with a carbon fork gives me a stiff race set up. Along with this I am running Shimano Ultegra 53/39 chains with only an 11-25 cassette out back. The wheels are Zipp 404 firecrest shod with Continental GP4000SII tyres. The fishing kit again is Specialized.
So onto my last bike and this simply is my go anywhere do anything mountain bike. It is a 2008 Specialized Hardrock Sport and is exactly as it came out the factory all those years ago. I use this for teaching in schools as it has flat pedals and is just an easy bike to use in any application.
So there are all my bikes that I currently have though that could change at any point for sure. As you can tell I am massively into Specialized as for me they make the best bike at the best price that works for me, oh and they’re super cool to look at and ride!! Keep checking back for any changes and new bikes to the fleet.