fact carbon seatpost, with 18mm of cushion, that keeps pothole hits from jolting up through your spine. The Future Shock suspension system gives you this great cushion thats remarkable in how it takes the edge off potholes and broken pavement without feeling like your bar is bouncing up and downits such a subtle movement that you dont really notice it until you. There will be a good amount of hills for each distance so come prepared for a few climbs and some steep downhills. And regardless of if you're on the cobbles of Northern France or the chip-and-seal of your hometown, you'll benefit immensely from the Roubaix Comp. In addition to the Comp Ultegra Di2 we talk about here, there are two more: a mechanical Ultegra model with aluminum wheels (3,400) and the Sagan Edition, with mechanical Ultegra, Praxis cranks, and aluminum wheels (3,350). That 20mm of front suspension mentioned above? Unless you are proportionally longer in your upper body and on the fence of moving up a size, the reach can easily be adjusted by changing stem length. Cobbled sectors, cysoing Bourghelles, carrefour de lArbre, bourghelles Wannehain. The bike is outfitted with Specializeds 28mm Turbo Pro tires, which feel soft, supple, and fast on pavement and do a nice job of absorbing imperfections in the road. Optimized chainstays for power transfer and compliance. In addition to the Comp with Ultegra Di2 (reviewed here the Roubaix is available in a dozen more models, including a frameset for 4,000. He joined early attacker Silvan Dillier to best him in a two-up in the Roubaix Velodrome. The Pro (6,500) has mechanical Dura-Ace and a slightly heavier carbon frame. Please make sure to bring at minimum the following Cue Cards, Cell Phone, Patch Kit, Extra Tubes, Co2/Pump. Please remove a bike from your queue before selecting an additional one. Im accustomed to a more traditional, aggressive position on my road bikes, so in an effort to lower the front end as far as possible, I swapped in a standard drop bar for the 15mm rencontre sexe brest canadien riser model that was on the bike and replaced the. I did use a drop stem to lower the bar as much as possible, and even though I needed a few more centimeters of drop to mimic my preferred road racing position, I quickly came to love and appreciate the higher bar and more casual. The Specialized Turbo Pro 700x28mm tires never felt heavy or slow and, when inflated to a high enough pressure, were solid and sharp through turns and on high-speed descents. Since this is an endurance road bike, and comfort over the long haul is key, Specialized added its Comp Hover drop bar, with 15mm of rise, making this bike a great solution for anyone who wants the performance of a drop bar bike but not.