Alloy Helps Make the Specialized Allez Sprint Faster than Ever

By Author Info  |  March 24, 2022

Alloy Helps Make the Specialized Allez Sprint Faster than Ever
 

Specialized is calling the latest iteration of its popular Allez Sprint frame the “fastest alloy road bike ever.” Due to its unique headtube design & cable routing borrowed from the brand’s Tarmac SL7 bike, this new Allez is 41 seconds faster over a 25-mile ride than the outgoing model. Crafted of alloy using Smartweld technology, it will be available soon in two factory build models.


$3000-6800
 




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