Specialized S-Works Venge ViAS

Jun 30, 2015

Category: Rides

We wouldn’t normally consider paying $12,500 for a road bike, but Specialized’s new road bike is being revealed as the “fastest road bike ever.” With the 102nd Tour De France right around the corner, Specialized has taken the opportunity to showcase their new S-Works Venge ViAS.

Specialized claims that the bike’s super stiff carbon fiber and aerodynamic design will help to save riders 5 minutes over 25 miles. The new bike includes a Rider-First Engineered frame as well as the fastest wheels Specialized has ever made, the Roval CLX 64s. This new design has gone through over 1000 hours of testing, prototyping and refining to ultimately achieve the impressive results. Not only does the bike save riders valuable time, but the Specialized S-Works Venge ViAS looks great doing it. [Purchase]

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