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Many brands vary tubing sizes and shapes according to frame size, but Specialized has gone one step further with the Roubaix SL4 by varying the lower steerer tube diameter as well, to help maintain the same ride quality across the range: 1 1/8in for 49-52cm sizes, 1 1/4in for 54-56cm, and 1 1/2in for 58-61cm. The top tube and down tube effectively wrap around the sides of the head tube to help stiffen up the front end: the top tube and down tube effectively wrap around the sides of the head tube to help stiffen up the front end Other features include well executed internal cable routing that's convertible for mechanical or electronic drivetrains, molded-in bearing seats for the integrated headsets, a carbon fiber sleeve for the press-fit bottom bracket cups, and hollow carbon fiber dropouts. The stock 25mm-wide Specialized Turbo Pro clinchers actually measure closer to 26mm across, and 28mm ones fit easily.Actual weight for our 52cm frame is 961g including the seatpost collar, rear derailleur hanger, and anodized aluminum water bottle bolts – just 40g heavier than the similarly sized S-Works Tarmac SL4 we tested last year.
Mind you, this seemingly disjointed ride quality isn't necessarily a bad thing, depending on your wants and needs.While the geometry and positioning says "endurance bike", the rest of the bike screams "race me", with a rigid backbone, an impressively low weight, and a ride quality that's likely firmer than you expect – for better or worse.Ride & handling: Smooth yet firm Specialized has hardened up its flagship Roubaix considerably for this year, setting aside its previous Barcalounger-like glide in favor of one that's surprisingly two-faced.The matching 390g fork tacks on a more significant 80g weight penalty but, even so, they're impressive numbers.
Equipment: Wide-range gearing and lots of lightweight bits but so-so brake performance Specialized offers not just one but two top-end S-Works Roubaix SL4 variants: the monumentally expensive US,000/£8,500 Roubaix SL4 Di2 Compact with Shimano's latest Dura-Ace electronic group and the somewhat more reasonable US,000 Roubaix SL4 Red Compact with a SRAM Red 2012 group, which we've tested here (UK markets get a Dura-Ace mechanical build option for £6,500).
The rear derailleur cable is routed through the chain stay and hollow carbon fiber dropout.