yeah, that's kinda where I was going with that, wondering if it was a Roubaix, or Diverge, or a bit of both, looked interesting thoughThat was supposed to be a Diverge prototype from a while ago I guess,but I bet that was a 2017 Roubaix hint. I mean..Zertz out,suspensions in ?
I'm actually not 100% sure now, it was a while ago and not sure if I'm jumbling together the picture of the new S-Works bike (it was some sort of prototype, think it was at Specialized HQ?) and the specs I had seen at another time for the weird dropout suspension arrangement and disc brake mount.Was that pic of the forks with the cgr dropouts? I remember seeing the patent specs for it.
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Based on the 2017 S-Works Tarmac eTap I wouldn't count on changes to Tarmacs geo.So they are getting rid of their endurance road bike entry? What's the point of 3 bikes with the same geometry?
If the Roubaix now has the Tarmac geometry, that would now make the Tarmac, Roubaix, Venge and Allez all the same, correct?Based on the 2017 S-Works Tarmac eTap I wouldn't count on changes to Tarmacs geo.
The smartweld allez is going to all be the allez sprint frames now from what i understand. And geo is slightly different on those from the tarmac.If the Roubaix now has the Tarmac geometry, that would now make the Tarmac, Roubaix, Venge and Allez all the same, correct?
Here's the article from bike rumor http://www.bikerumor.com/2015/01/06/specialized-patents-cobble-gobbling-suspension-cyclocross-fork/Is the picture still available online? I'd be interested in seeing what the new fork might look like.