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2022 Specialized S-Works Tarmac SL7 - Speed of Light Collection Road Bike (CENTRACYCLES)

Posted By: Juliangultom

Date: Tue, 22 Aug 2023

Price: $11,813.00

Mobile: +8136102714

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Buying 2022 Specialized S-Works Tarmac SL7 - Speed of Light Collection Road Bike from Centracycles is 100% safe, because the purchase of products at Centracycles provides official genuine products and 100% money back guarantee.



Price : USD 8720
Min Order: 1 Unit
Lead Time: 7 Days Express
Port : CIF/Kualanamu International Airport
Terms : T/T, Western Union, Money Gram, Wise, Xoom
Products : New Original and Ready in stock
Shipping : FedEx, DHL, UPS
Email : [email protected]


To purchase online visit us: www.centracycles.com


2022 SPECIALIZED S-WORKS TARMAC SL 7 - SPEED OF LIGHT COLLECTION
Frame S-Works Tarmac SL7 FACT 12r Carbon, Rider First Engineeredâ„¢, Win Tunnel Engineered, Clean Routing, Threaded BB, 12x142mm thru-axle, flat-mount disc
Fork S-Works FACT Carbon, 12x100mm thru-axle, flat-mount disc
Tape Supacaz Super Sticky Kush
Saddle Body Geometry S-Works Power, carbon fiber rails, carbon fiber base
Seat Binder Tarmac integrated wedge
Stem Tarmac integrated stem, 6-degree
SeatPost 2021 S-Works Tarmac Carbon seat post, FACT Carbon, 20mm offset
Handlebars Roval Rapide Handlebar, carbon
Inner Tubes Turbo Ultralight, 60mm Presta valve
Front Wheel Roval Rapide CLX, 21mm internal width carbon rim, 51mm depth, Win Tunnel Engineered, Roval AFD hub, 18h, DT Swiss Aerolite spokes
Rear Wheel Roval Rapide CLX, 21mm internal width carbon rim, 60mm depth, Win Tunnel Engineered, Roval AFD hub, 24h, DT Swiss Aerolite spokes
Rear Tire Turbo Cotton - Black Sidewall, 320 TPI, 700x26mm
Front Tire Turbo Cotton - Black Sidewall, 320 TPI, 700x26mm
Bottom Bracket CeramicSpeed BSA SRAM DUB alternative Silver OEM
Chain SRAM RED 12-speed
Shift Levers SRAM Red eTap AXS
Rear Derailleur SRAM RED eTAP AXS, 12-speed
Chainrings 48/35T
Crankset SRAM RED AXS Power Meter
Cassette SRAM RED XG-1290, 12-speed, 10-33t
Front Derailleur SRAM RED eTAP AXS, braze-on
Front Brake SRAM RED eTAP AXS, hydraulic disc
Rear Brake SRAM RED eTAP AXS, hydraulic disc



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