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Specialized S-Works Tarmac SL2 - 56cm - $5000 OBO

Used EXCELLENT condition

Specs are as follows:
  • Specialized S-Works Tarmac SL2 Frame (56cm) - (9.9/10)
  • Shimano Dura-Ace R9100 mechanical drivetrain - 52/36 chainrings - 12-25 Shim. 105 cassette for better life - excellent condition (9.5/10 condition)
  • Wheels Manufacturing BB30 Outboard ZERØ Ceramic BB - ceramic BB - just installed in March (10/10)
  • FSA OS-99 CSI stem 90mm (10/10 condition)
  • FSA K-Force seatpost - 0-degree setback(10/10 condition)
  • FSA K-Force Handlebar - 400mm width - classic shallow bend - 2xwrapped with S-Works HD wrap (10/10 condition)
  • Fizik Antares R1 Carbon seat - carbon rails and composite carbon shell - 152mm width - (10/10 condition)
  • Jagwire Pro cables - red to match trim on frame - various small parts to protect frame from cable rub (9.5/10)
  • Mavic Cosmic Carbone 40 Elite wheelset - clincher/rim brakes - aftermarket titanium+carbon skewers (10/10 condition)
  • Continental GP5000 tires - Continental Supersonic 60mm valve tubes - have about 400 miles on them (9.5/10 condition)
  • Does not come with pedals, cages, bottles, or accessories

Only thing I would suggest replacing would be brake pads since I would do that by default myself anyways, just so I can trust them. The brake pads have plenty of life in them, but just give yourself peace of mind and get an additional set

This bike was purchased as "Brand New Old Stock" from RA Cycles (Brooklyn, NY) in late winter of 2017, and has approximately 11,000 miles on it. The frame is in darn-near perfect condition, with only minimal use markings on it.
The wheelset is in impeccable condition, was only used during good weather as I have a worn set of Ksyriums I used during early spring - late fall weather.
The drivetrain has very minimal wear, but has been used for about 1.5 years (was not the original drivetrain on the bike).
The only marks on the entire drivetrain is some very light marks on each crank arms where shoes lightly rubbed against them.

I live in suburban Indianapolis, in a relatively wealthy county with excellent paved roads, and I don't prefer to ride in rain/inclement weather, so this bike has seen almost exclusively perfect roads and riding conditions, and the condition of the bike overall reflects that. Please feel free to ask any questions you might have regarding the bike and condition prior to purchase.

Local bike shop will handle packaging the bike for shipment - which the shipment cost will be dependent on your location.

Without pedals the bike weight is approx 16lbs

This bike, built with far inferior specs, was $8,500 new, so the price reflects both its age and excellent condition, but also amazing build.

PayPal Only for payment method
Local pickup near downtown Noblesville, IN if you're relatively close.

Feel free to email me if you have additional questions.
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