Specialized have created a limited edition of the S-Works Tarmac, celebrating Deceuninck Quick-Step's incredible year of successes.
With a unique shimmering blue to black fade paint scheme, and subtle references to each of the Wolfpack's riders, and their 2019 season victories, this is a very special edition indeed.
Only 199 numbered framesets are available worldwide. We have just one 58cm frameset in stock - with only a handful in the UK we think this might actually be the only 58cm! £3800.
So if you're tempted, don't hang around - contact email@example.com for more info and to purchase.
Sixty-six victories. Fourteen days in yellow. Seven Grand Tour stages. Two Monuments. Number 1 ranked UCI team.
2019 has not just been an incredible year for the 25 riders of
Deceuninck - Quick-Step, it's one of the most incredible seasons
any team has had in the history of the sport.
To honour the team's magical year and our 11-year partnership, we're making a limited-edition Deceuninck - Quick-Step Tarmac Disc frameset that celebrates every win and every rider. Based on the team's 2019 colourway, only 200 of these individually numbered framesets will ever be made, and each will be an instant classic.
Frameset No. 1 was presented to the team at the Giro d'Lombardia and will hang in Deceuninck - Quick-Step's Belgian Service Course, a fitting reminder of the team's achievements. The Tarmac Disc, the most complete race bike in the world, is the perfect frameset to celebrate the team's season long success, success that came across the globe-in the mountains of France, on the white roads of Italy, the wide avenues of California, and cobbles of Belgium.
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