Novice

Ready to roll – with S-Works Tarmac SL 6

22.01.2018


New racing season is ahead of us. Team Adria Mobil Cycling left for Turkey for the final stage of the winter training, on the way home the team will stop on Cyprus and race International Tour Of North Cyprus. Top-level bicycles are crucial for the top results, and thanks to Specialized and JB Center we have amazing new rides in our stable.

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Adria Mobil’s riders were extremely pleased with the “old” Specialized Tarmac, but the technology goes forward and so are we – so we enter the season with the brand new S-Works Tarmac SL 6. Technology is not the only thing new on this bike, so is its looks. Matt black frames have special S-Works sign and other decals that change color depending on the viewing angle. It can be green, yellow and even white. And of course we don’t have to explain that S-Works represents only the best from Specialized and the pinnacle of the cycling technology; same frames are also used by World Tour teams Bora-Hansgrohe and Quick-Step Floors.

Bikes are build with Campagnolo components – 11-speed Chorus group and mix of Scirocco and Bora One 50 mm & 35 mm wheels. Team uses Vredestein tires. Other components – handlebars, stems, posts & saddles – are also made by Specialized. We use Neoval Oil products for maintenance and lubrication of bicycles.

We would like to thank all technical partners of the team, the bikes are really amazing. But we also like to thank our mechanic Dejan for another great work and assembly of the bikes!



Specialized about new Tarmac SL 6: “The previous Tarmac had an exceptional palmarès—a win in every Grand Tour, plus two World Championships—so you might ask yourself, ""why a new Tarmac?"" Well, we've never been one to rest on our laurels, which is why we're constantly hunting for even the smallest of improvements. In other words, we innovate or die. And for this exact reason, the new S-Works Tarmac breaks all the traditions of race bike design to create the fastest bike for all conditions.”

Adria Mobil Cycling
Photo: Damir Kovačič