The Venge ViAS was developed with one objective in mind - to be the fastest bike in the world. The design for this bike started with building the Specialized Win Tunnel, and with more than 1000 hours of testing, prototyping, and refining, we can say with confidence that Specialized nailed their objective. The high level of performance starts with a Rider-First Engineered™ frame and fork that feature a new level of aerodynamics. This is coupled with the added benefit of Roval CLX wheelsets - some of the fastest wheels on the planet. Along with the zero-drag brakes and ViAS Aerofly cockpit, the Venge ViAS is, quite simply, the fastest bike in the world.
Professional riders live and die by how quickly their equipment responds, so the Rider-First Engineered™ Tarmac was created with explosive handling and razor’s edge precision above all else. The Tarmac provides a ride optimized to the riders’ center of mass, putting stiffness where the rider needs it most to reduce mid-corner chatter for smaller riders, improving pedaling efficiency for mid-sized riders, and sharpening cornering turn-in for large riders. The Rider-First Engineered™ Tarmac is the complete race bike.
It’s tough to argue with the bike that's carried so many Paris-Roubaix winners safely to the finish. And this year, Specialized is providing all-new technology to make the smoothest and fastest bike in the world even smoother and even faster. Every crack, every pothole, every rough patch and bit of chip seal—the Roubaix isn't resigned to one single day in France, it's made for every road, everywhere.