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The Specialized Tarmac range, in its various versions, has always represented Specialized's racing bike par excellence.

Performance and overall quality have never been lacking, while prices have never been cheap, but it remains, even today, one of the easiest racing bikes to resell.

The Specialized S-Works Tarmac SL7 top range version (latest model available) is today a very competitive racing bike, valid on the flat as well as uphill, with excellent rigidity and great build quality.

Gradually as you go down in the long range of Specialized Tarmacs, the quality and performance go down, obviously, but they still remain valid for the respective price ranges.

Today the real deal is done by buying one of the various used models, still with traditional brakes, which cost little, but are still absolutely competitive today.

It is not a cheap bike, but undoubtedly it is still a valid, quality choice today.

Its best value?

Which goes fast everywhere, uphill as well as downhill and the stronger you are, the better the frame responds.

Even exaggerated for an amateur, not so comfortable, but it remains an excellent racing bike waiting for the new Specialized Tarmac SL8 ... the "story" continues ...

 

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