The Allez is arguably Specialised’s most crucial bike to-day. Debuted as the brand’s initial product back again in 1981, it has given that develop into a staple in the globe of biking and has been in output at any time considering the fact that.
Now for 2022 the American bike expert is revisiting the bicycle and using matters to the following level, to formally launch the “fastest alloy street bicycle ever” in the all-new Allez Sprint.
Intensely influenced by its sibling bicycle the Tarmac SL7, the Allez Sprint is crafted from alloy making use of Smartweld technologies and built to trip in harmony irrespective of whether chasing a national title, or heading on an straightforward Sunday espresso journey.
Much more aero, more successful and a lot more relaxed than at any time prior to, it is been dubbed “the swiftest alloy highway bike” in record. Boasting the most elaborate alloy head tube in Specialized’s arsenal to-date, it residences built-in cables and tube shapes borrowed from the Tarmac SL7, which have been verified to be 41 seconds more rapidly in excess of 40km than the previous Allez Sprint Disc.
Designed for pure acceleration, the Allez Sprint comes equipped with the very same carbon seat submit and fork as its Tarmac SL7 sibling, as nicely as its championship-verified geometry.
The new Allez Dash will be out there in two develop variations through the Specialized webstore, with complete bike costs ranging from $3,000 USD – $6,800 USD, while the frameset is $1,700 USD.