above: Shiv up close. Our image gallery takes a closer look
at the details of the new bike.
The new bike won't be available to the public until towards the
end of 2019, but if you want to stay informed about availability
then subscribe to our email newsletter (there's a sign-up form at
the bottom of the page) and we'll keep you posted.
It will however be featuring in this year's Tour de France, most
notably being ridden by Deceuninck-Quick-Step's young time-trial
specialist Bob Jungels.
The Shiv TT will be available as frameset only, or as the
aforementioned complete bike, including CLX 64 and 321 Disc
The frame has full internal cable routing (meaning it is only
compatible with electronic groupsets). It can easily be run with 1x
or 2x drivetrains thanks to a removable front mech hanger, and is
designed to give maximum aero performance in 1x setup (in fact the
S-Works complete is built with RED eTap AXS 1x as standard).
The complete S-Works build, including that additional 321 Disc
rear wheel, is forecast to come in at £11,999. A serious price for
a serious bike, one with a very tight focus and an exceptional
spec. Get in
touch to register your interest and we'll keep you
below: check out Specialized's introductory video