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'Tis a beaut!New bike day. I battled a freak April snowstorm to drive 2+ hours to buy this today. Last Roubaix Expert within 200 miles. The service guy was telling me that they just got word a week ago from Specialized corporate to not sell to out of state buyers. He thought it was a ridiculous directive given the supply and demand for bikes these days.
Hydraulic disc brakes and Ultegra Di2. What an upgrade!
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I do have a trainer. I already put it away figuring I'd be on the road for the season. May have to grab it from the basement. I like the way you think.Buy some rollers, and put up some appropriate YouTube videos on the tv...
It's a beauty...I do have a trainer. I already put it away figuring I'd be on the road for the season. May have to grab it from the basement. I like the way you think.
Appears to be clearing up and it's stopped raining so maybe I'll bundle up and get outside.
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Same. The Roubaix geometry is really comfortable for me so I didn't feel the need to change models. Tech has improved quite a bit in the last 13 years. Shifting is flawless but my old bike was working like a champ too. The difference is that the shifter travel is non-existant. I'm used to cranking on the shift lever to go to the big ring up front and this is a virtually imperceptible click and it's in gear. You can even adjust it on the fly.I've always been a Specialized fan.