Go Special Street Bikes is a prestigious platform that has been – and will continue to be – the first springboard for thousands of cyclists.
It is arguably the most popular road bike ever and was created as a model family, with the first versions already appearing in the late 1970s.
While some models in the family are still designed as a good entry into cycling, full-throttle racing machines are also included in the series.
The Dolce Edition women’s bikes, however, have been discontinued as specialists reveal their gender patterns at the point of contact as well.
SPECIAL ALLOYS SELECTION: COMMERCE
There are four main standards in the selection. The three value-added models under the names “Allez Elite”, “Allez Sport” and the standard “Allez” reflect the traditional values of Allez, while the base model “Allez Sprint Comp Disc” follows a much more focused approach. Competition.
Come on, a bike that has American giants – and even dealers around the world – wooed many lessons from the project.
In 2018, Allez received its biggest update, which includes the introduction of a completely new carbon fork weighing 350g and a fork you wouldn’t have found on S-Works bikes long ago.
The geometry has also been modified so that it is now less aggressive than previous models. These updates are provided on today’s models.
With a wide range of geometries, the design has been made more manageable for new buyers so that a larger group of passengers of all shapes and sizes can find what they are looking for. This means you can ride far more bikes than you can ride on an aggressive paved road bike. Modifications include an open fork and head wedge and a longer chain pack to increase stability.
S-Works Venge’s specialized mirror rear seat technology offers more flexibility and comfort, and the new Variable seat is much closer to the seat tube.
Allez models also have eyelashes for screens and cables embedded inside – with hydroformed tubes that reduce weight.
Allez Sprint models have a much more aggressive geometry than any other Allez bike; they are destined for extreme critics who ignore comfort in favor of any acceleration.
Go Sprint Bikes even has “Smartweld technology”, which first introduced specialization in 2013.
Developed as a welding process for the invention of alloys as a frame material. . This makes the front lighter and stiffer.
SPECIALIZED SERIES ALLEZ-VORA CYCLE
Here is an overview of the most important models of the series …
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Specialized bicycle ALLEZ-VORA
The entry level E5 model costs a great wallet for a high-end bike. A new carbon upper fork, specially mounted on an aluminum frame to reduce road vibrations and reduce overall weight.
The grips and derailleurs are Shimano Claris 2000 STI, which offers eight gears with Sunrace 11-32 cartridge and 50/34 grips on the Shimano R200 hip case. This equipment arrangement offers many options in the mountains, but the wide cassette seems to confuse those runners looking for the perfect equipment.
The brakes are Techro fare indicators, Axis Sport wheels and 26mm RoadSport tires – all reliable and dependable, but nothing but excellence.
The Allez E5 Sport goes one step further in the range and has the same chassis as the entry-level model with refined components that reduce weight and make the switch even bigger.
There are two versions of the frame color: Mute Satin Gray and Satin Gloss Black or Metallic Satin Blue and Gloss Ice Blue. The derailleurs and derailleurs are from Shimano Sora, this time with a 9-32 9-speed cartridge – a slightly higher layout allows for extra gears. The compact chain comes from Praxis and uses the same Axis Sport wheels.
Go Special Elite Road
Dressed in light green and silver or black and blue satin and featuring advanced components, the top of the Allez E5 family is the elite model.
The main feature is the addition of a Shimano 105 front derailleur and an 11-32, 11-speed cassette. Increasing the number of gears helps reduce the variance between the gears while maintaining the same speed change in the blades thanks to the same width ratio. A compact 50/34 chain is always supplied for the kickstand and chain.
On all models, the saddle, stem, levers and handlebars are specialized bodies that invest heavily in their BodyGeometry technology aimed at an anatomically optimized experience.
SPECIAL BIKE ALLEZ SPRINT COMP DISC
Old Allezi was considered a great choice for the inexperienced grower due to the geometry and elastic properties of the alloy. Sprint models have special enhanced movements to create the first racing model.
Thanks to Smartweld technology, the connection points have a lighter and narrower frame. The geometry was created with shorter steel and effectively shorter grips and wheel bearings. All this contributes to a cleaner descent.
It’s actually more of a chalk machine than the first bike that did well in a race. With this frame, the specialist built exercise bikes for Red Hook Crit riders who have problems solved and aren’t much more aggressive in racing.
The specialist calls it “the strongest light alloy wheel we have ever tested”. This affects the size of the World Tour tarmac and fork legs and makes the frame more controllable.
The air curve in the down tube is complemented by an Allez Sprint air perch. The practice trolley has a 50/34 chain with 11-28 legs (links can be installed). The Shimano 105 is equipped with DT R470 wheels and 26mm Turbo Pro tires. The R7020 hydraulic disc brakes ensure powerful braking, especially in wet conditions.
There are two complete bikes and a model car, with the latest paintwork marking Allez Sprints’ racing legacy as part of the Sagan collection.
WHICH SPECIAL ARE YOU BUYING?
The puzzle between the four models is easy to understand.
Allez special models are reliable rides for travel, sports, club tracks or just pleasant turns on the road. The highly proportioned geometry allows this bike to meet a wide range of needs, from club tracks to sportsmen and cyclists.
The selection depends on the number of performance levels that are important to you. The more you use it, the lighter the bike will be and the more you will notice changes in speed and brakes.