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With a fairly new wave of road bikes with a nexus of aero design, light weight and stiffness objectives, we at Bikerumor wanted to dig deeper and see what it’s all about. Well, a little more time will tell, but first impressions on both bikes have been pretty surprising.
Starting with the build, I noticed some neat design features and specs including internal cable routing that was easy to install and tune. The shift cables run loose through the down tube, but the guide on the bottom bracket shell has a large enough opening to fish them out easily.
The bottom bracket shell itself is quite bulbous, but in a well rounded, shapely sort of way.
The Venge has a straight and stiff fork with an airfoil design capped at the head tube by an aerodynamic wing mounted on the steerer tube below the stem to guide air fluidly over the top tube.
The seat tube has a arched recess for the wheel, but maintains a fairly large gap compared to other aero or TT bikes we’ve seen. EVAN: My first few rides on this bike took place in the mountains of Western North Carolina, not where I had initially planned on putting miles in on an aero oriented frame.
Back in Greensboro, I’ve put in a few 20 to 30 mile rides and first impressions are that it is indeed a very fast bike. ROB: When I first learned that I would be testing the new Specialized Venge, needless to say I was just a little excited. Naast auto’s doen ze wel eens leuke projectjes en deze keer hebben ze samen met Specialized een racefiets ontworpen, De S-Works Venge.
De bedoeling is om de fiets al in april leverbaar te maken en hoewel de prijs niet bekend is kunnen we er vanuit gaan dat deze boven het vorige topmodel van Specialized, de Tarmac SL3 ligt. This is the third s works I have own and willing to sell in coming few months, just will keep the dura ace 9000 components for the next bike.
New bike day is always fun, but when you’re a top pro (or World Champ), your build is usually a little more elaborate than most. Running a Shimano Dura Ace Di2 drivetrain, Specialized Roval CLX64 wheels, and a plethora of S-Works components, this is how you make a Venge Vias even more eye catching. Michael Rogers’ S-Works Tarmac is a bit less flamboyant, but stills stands out thanks to the neon colors and top shelf build.
Without the S-Works cockpit of the Venge Vias, the Tarmac sees more FSA components along with the Tacx bottle cages and K-Edge chain catcher found on other team bikes as well.
Nice paint job… but technically is it really Sagan’s bike if he refuses to ride it like he did most of the time (including Richmond) with the Venge assigned to him? One of those two looks much better than the other… and will also be ridden by the WC.


I usually like new technology when it comes to bikes and like most aero frames, but I just cannot stand the look of the new Venge. Taking over the top of the heap, the new 2012 Specialized Tarmac SL4 is what you’ll see Contador, Porte, Vino, Kreuziger, Van Garderen and Martin will be riding in the 2011 Tour de France. Compared to the SL3, both use their FACT 11R carbon fiber, but the new Tarmac SL4 boasts a 19% better stiffness to weight ratio and 16% improvement in overall stiffness, all while dropping the total frame module weight. The system weight for the frame, fork, S-Works crankset and headset is just 1995g (4.4lbs).
The bottom bracket shell and chainstays are molded as one piece, running seamlessly from the BB to the dropouts, which saves weight and improves torsional stiffness under power. The fork also gets hollow carbon fiber dropouts, and the new fork is 10% lighter than the previous model. While some frames run only the shift cables internally, Specialized’s new Tarmac SL4 runs both shift cables through the downtube, with the rear continuing on through the chainstay, and the rear brake cable hides inside the top tube.
You do realize almost 90% of all flagship road bikes have been using hoolow carbon dropouts since 2009? Dave, probably because Giant’s bikes were just announced a few days ago and no one had access to them for comparisons. Kovas, presumably it means the sections leading up the actual dropout, meaning the ends of the tubes, but we’ve asked Specialized to chime in on this.
Does the 6th picture “carbon fiber construction shot” truly shows an actual Tarmac SL4 mold??? The comments are right if you are going to get into frame stiffness then compare correctly..
I just test road a SL4 and I felt every bump in the road even when I lowered the tire pressure. Tyler has been riding a Cervelo S5 and Specialized sent in a 2012 Venge Pro for Rob and I to form some conclusions of our own. A small allen wrench secures the covers and internal guides mostly send the cables where they need to be. A slightly extended seatmast and continuous looking top tube-to-seatstays gives it an overall solid look.
Nonetheless, I was there and I was of course going to take advantage of the opportunity to ride.
It’s also pretty comfortable, but I need to qualify that by saying pretty comfortable for a stiff race bike.
De conclusie die wij hieruit trekken is dat je in ieder geval meer dan € 10.000,- moet meenemen naar de winkel.


Heading into the 2016 race season, Specialized is starting to unveil their newest team bikes and they are kicking off the new year with two amazing rides for Team Tinkoff. To this day, no one has offered a proper explanation of why he and Cavendish declined to ride the Venge except occasionally on a particularly flat, dry stage.
He was one of the few riders who tested out the new Venge last year before the tour and ended up only riding it in one stage.
First there was the Venge + McLaren aero road bike, now the Tarmac gets a complete overhaul with the new SL4 model and (sshhhhh) there’s a new gravity rig coming in a couple weeks. The frame has been reworked to drop weight and improve both torsional and lateral rigidity by going with a one-piece bottom bracket section, widening the seatstay’s stance and modifying their King Cobra headtube, among other tweaks.
The rear dropouts are hollow carbon fiber, but they’ve got steel inserts co-molded into them to protect the carbon during wheel changes.
In fact, only their teams have them for now, the rest of us have to wait until August, competing brands included. The shift cable housing has stops built into the frame plugs, meaning you (or, more likely, your local bike shop) needs to install them in the correct order.
Unlike the S5, the Venge makes no concessions for moving air away from the brakes or slimming the head tube…it gets a tapered steerer like their Tarmac and Roubaix. I ve been racing for several years in difents teams and had many bikes, but this one is really amazing!
Sagan is sure to draw even more attention to himself with this sparkly, rainbow camo Venge Vias.
Even a long Alpine descent can wear a for-carbon brake pad enough that I’d want to give the barrel adjuster a turn or two.
The dropouts are designed to allow the rear shift cable (or wire!) to run through it from the chainstay and pop out the back of the seatstay.
Om extra stijfheid in het frame te brengen is de bottom bracket en de chainstay uit een stuk gemaakt. The bike also has plenty of Peter Sagan touches throughout, right down to the Look Keo Blade 2 pedals. Manufacturing origin, several bar codes or numbers, serial number, etc., add up to five or six decals across the frame.
Leuk detail is dat alle rem en versnellingskabels intern zijn, maar dan ook echt helemaal tot aan het eind.



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