Well this is perfect timing. We've just seen reigning Luxembourg
national champ Bob Jungels absolutely storming to victory in this
year's Liege-Bastogne-Liege - on a Tarmac SL6. And here we have a
matching pair of the disc-equipped variant.
That's Quick-Step's 27th win of the season, and it's still only
April. It's fair to say things couldn't be going better.
Of course the
SL6 was our Bike
of the Year in 2017, and
we welcomed the disc brake version just a month ago. That makes
for a mighty impressive combination, and we think that this year is
only going to see this bang up-to-date frame continuing to triumph
both in and out of the Pro peleton.
These builds are certainly race-worthy, with the Roval CLX50
mid-section wheels providing an aero boost whilst remaining
sensibly light (and with super-smooth CeramicSpeed bearings).
And these newest models also feature Specialized's
S-Works Power Cranks as standard. These take the supremely
stiff and light S-Works chainset (so good it often ends up specced
on custom builds of other brand's bikes) and integrate an extremely
accurate dual-sided power meter. All the benefits of power
measurement, without having to worry about swapping wheels, or
We're going to be seeing a lot more of these in the build
gallery over the coming months, that's for sure. Meantime, check
out more details and order your own SL7 Disc
here or come and see us in store to