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  • For sale 2006/7 Specialized S-Works Roubaix size 52 frame. Selling as I have 2 other bikes and this has barely been used the last year and is just too nice to sit in the garage doing nothing!!! I have just had new cables, brake pads, cassette and chain fitted so enjoy maintenance free riding for the next year. Also tyres fitted have only about 20 miles on them. This bike has never been crashed or raced and is in immaculate condition and was £2500 new custome built by Bromley bikes. The manufacturers version of the same year was £3500 and the only upgrade on that was the Kysrium wheels and DA cassette and chain. Bars, stem etc on mine are actually better spec to manufacturers version. Full details as below:

    Frame/Forks: Specialized S-Works roubaix size 52 frame, black.
    Not the current ‘wobbly’ shaped tubing but the original and probably stiffer straight (and better looking i think)profile tubing. Frame weight as per weight weenies 1040 grammes

    Groupset: Shimano Dura Ace 7800 10 speed with a couple of exceptions as follows:
    Shimano Ultegra 12-27 cassette & chain (new and just fitted). Could not justify the price of Dura Ace for barely any weight savings or performance gains.
    TA chainrings: Replaced worn chainrings with TA Specialties ones as once again Dura Ace prices are ridiculous. These are in fact probably lighter than DA and I have never noticed any difference in shifting quality. Everything else is genuine Dura Ace.

    Wheels: Mavic Open Pro (black), hand built on Ultegra hubs with 28 spokes front and rear. Fairly light but very durable. Continental GP4000S tyres, only 20 miles approx on these.

    Bars: Easton Carbon Anatomic, lightweight at circa 200 grammes

    Stem: Thomson X2 black

    Seatpost: Specialized S-Works pave carbon post

    Saddle: Specialized Toupe (Black)

    Pedals: Shimano Ultegra

    Computer: Shimano flight deck

    This is a lovely bike that I am reluctant to sell as I know how much it would cost me to replace but the fact is I just don’t use it enough to justify keeping it. It is fast, stiff yet retains the comfort that the Roubaix bikes are famed for and would be ideal to race or participate in sportifs on. Not been weighed but even with the slightly heavier wheels i would estimate conservatively that this is approx 16.5lbs max. Any viewings welcome, you will not be disappointed. Buyer collects or can possibly meet within Kent. Sorry no posting as would rather deal with in person and know you are happy with bike before money is exchanged and also for convenience. Price £1075 or first offer over £1000 accepted for quick sale. Please don’t offer me less as I will not accept it, sorry.

    For pics or further info please contact me on stevemyers651@hotmail.com

    Any sensible offers? Just seen some new wheels i wanna buy!!! lol


    cor that’s a big advert

    Thanks..i think!!! lol

    Well, it should answer any qustions anyone has about the bike and then some….if they don’t fall asleep before the end!!! 😉



    Sounds like a lovely bike, can i ask how tall you are? I’m 5’10” & ride a 54cm Trek, how do you think your bike would fit up for size?

    Am interested & would like pic’s please…


    Hi Poggy

    To be honest, i am 5’8 and it woul dprob fit and is a good fit for me. But sure on Trek geometry so wouldnt like to say about the size for you, think it may be a little small to be honest but sent some pics to you anyway.

    Thanks for the interest.

    Pics on the way John



    Sean, got your mail but your email address wont let me send the pics…keeps coming up with delivery failure notification, do you have probs with your mail or an alternative address to send them to?



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