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View Full Version : 2012 Tarmac SL3 Expert Mid-Compact - Less than 70 miles - $3449 OBO (Arlington, VA)



AJster
05-29-2012, 02:42 PM
This is a brand new 2012 Tarmac SL3 Expert Mid-Compact with less than 70 miles on it. It does not get any newer outside the show room floor. Unfortunately for me the sizing (at size 58) is off and I need a size 56 instead.

The bike is fantastic; stiff and responsive and surprisingly comfortable. Also, you'll have to get use to people checking out the bike as you ride past them. Not kidding. Had at least 4 people do double takes on a 15 mile ride! This is without a doubt one of the best performing and looking bikes available.

Bike is completely stock with standard specs; nothing has been switched out. Full details on the bike build and geometry can be found on the Specialized site: http://www.specialized.com/us/en/bc/SBCProduct.jsp?spid=61557&scid=1101&scname=Road

I paid $3,900, looking for $3,449.

High resolution pictures:
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Features

- FACT IS 10r carbon SL3 frame with tapered head tube and elliptical seatstays is Pro-Tour proven to be stiff and fast without sacrificing compliance

- 11191120The FACT carbon fork is light, stiff, and compliant with a tapered steerer

- Race-ready Fulcrum 4 wheels are fast, light, and durable for high mileage training - made by Campagnolo for legendary performance

- Adjustable four-position 3D-forged alloy stem with 31.8mm bar clamp for strength and versatile positioning

- Shimano Ultegra 10-speed shifters are lightweight and laser-accurate for high-performance use

- Specialized BG Romin Comp features a shaped profile for max power and hollow Cr-Mo rails for durability


Email me if you are interested.

AJ

americancyclo
05-29-2012, 09:34 PM
Too bad you can't trade it back to the shop for a proper size. That's a nice bike