This almost certainly means that there will be a 2011 SL3 S-Works Roubaix. Presumably this will be the same frame that Cancellera rode to victory at this year's Paris Roubaix. I imagine the stock version won't have the same power output (joke).krtassoc said:(Also, the Japanese website shows the 2011 SL2 Roubaix Comp.)
Nice find, thanks!! :thumbsup:krtassoc said:2011 SL2 Tarmac Comp on the Specialized Japan website: http://www.specialized.com/ja/ja/bc/SBCBkModel.jsp?sid=11Tarmac&menuItemId=14107
I bet it is a common theme across the 2011 range, other than team theme bikes. It seems like the major manufacturers pick a new theme each year and run with it. Often they pick the same things at the same time too. They need to "innovate" something every year to justify the new range of bikes.a_avery007 said:oh man those suck!
even trying the cervelo deal of the fork like the trek..
When it appears on Shimano's website, you know it's 'officially' released.ukbloke said: