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Specialized Specialized Allex Double



Entry level road bike with strong aluminum frame, carbon fork, carbon seat post, and rack mounts.

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Size 49 52 54 56 58 61
Seat-Tube Length, B-B Center to Top 430mm 480mm 500mm 520mm 540mm 580mm
Top-Tube Length, Horizontal 518mm 537mm 548mm 565mm 582mm 600mm
B-B Drop 71.5mm 71.5mm 69mm 69mm 67.5mm 67.5mm
Chain-Stay Length 405mm 405mm 405mm 405mm 407mm 410mm
Seat-Tube Angle 75.5° 74° 73.5° 73.25° 73° 72.5°
Head-Tube Angle 71.75° 72.5° 72.5° 73° 73° 73.5°
Fork Rake 45mm 45mm 45mm 43mm 43mm 43mm
Trail 65mm 60mm 60mm 59mm 59mm 56mm
Front-Center 580mm 580mm 587mm 595mm 610mm 617mm
Wheelbase 974mm 975mm 982mm 991mm 1008mm 1018mm
Stand-Over Height 712mm 745mm 767mm 790mm 812mm 843mm
Head-Tube Length 110mm 130mm 155mm 180mm 205mm 230mm
Handle-Bar Width 400mm 400mm 420mm 420mm 440mm 440mm
Stem Length 80mm 90mm 100mm 100mm 110mm 120mm
Crank Length 170mm 170mm 172.5mm 172.5mm 175mm 175mm
Seat-Post Length 300mm 350mm 350mm 350mm 350mm 350mm
TT is measured horizontally from center of HT to center of ST
*Not all sizes available in all markets.
(Source: http://www.specialized.com/bc/SBCBkModel.jsp?spid=32189)

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Specialized A1 Premium Aluminum, fully manipulated tubing, compact road design, integrated headset, hourglass speedstays
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CASSETTE FREEWHEEL SRAM PG-950, 9-speed 12-26t

CHAIN Shimano HG73, 9-speed

CRANKSET Sugino Comp, five arm, polished arms


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Specialized carbon fork, carbon fiber legs, aluminum steerer
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Saddle: Specialized Comp Road, full padding
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$751 - $1000
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Carbon seat post and fork; no rack eyelets.

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$1001 - $1500
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Specialized Allez Double

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June 27, 2008
I bought this bike built up with Shimano 105 (with an Ultegra rear derailleur) and have been extremely pleased with it for an entry-level road bike. As a commuter, it's not so hot. No eyelets, no clearance for fenders (unless you try something like SKS racer blades), and I don't think you could fit a tire over 30mm. It's been a durable aluminum frame for me, and the carbon fork and seat post are a nice touch. I replaced both stock wheels within the first three years, and I'm super happy with the Mavic Open Pros I use now. The FSA MegaExo bottom bracket also died on me in the first year, but that was covered under the manufacturer's warranty. I eventually swapped the cranks for some compact Shimanos, and I like the closer gearing. I've been pulling a Wike trailer around with it, and it feels solid as a rock. I haven't tried fitting racks to it yet, but I may have heel strike issues from the short stays.

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