Thanks - that's awesome.ttvrdik said:There are others peoples picture that I found thru the Google and flickr:
The first is from The Specialized Launch in Copper Mountain:
The next three are from the launch in Europe:
These should answer a few question
Congrats! :thumbsup:calebherndon said:You fellow bike addicts know how I feel tonight...just ordered that sick frameset at the top of the page today. I was willing to buy the tarmac sl gerolsteiner of 08 but when I started looking in February the framesets were sold out...thank God! My dealer charged me $1900 for the 09 pro sl frameset-10 r carbon. To me that is the 08 pro frameset ($1700) -8r carbon-plus ~15% or so. I of course didn't bring this to his attention. I can't believe the price for how closely this bike resembles the sl2 in structure and composition. Thanks to everyone on this site for posting pictures and info, making this an easy choice for my first real road bike.
I just bought the 2007 Specialized Tarmac SL:calebherndon said:This one is made in the SL2 mold, I think the carbon layup is the same. I don't know the specifics on the molding processes but would like to know if anyone has some info. How does that 10r carbon ride?
Ah, I didn't realize that. You're implying this also has the oversize, tapered headtube too, like the SL2's? If that's the case, what would the difference be between the Tarmac Pro SL2 (10r) and the Tamac Pro SL (10r) in the pic above?calebherndon said:This one is made in the SL2 mold. How does that 10r carbon ride?