You're getting a lot of bike for your money with the Tarmac Comp
(especially when it's a 61cm frame size). There's the Tarmac SL6,
FACT 9r carbon frameset which we rate so highly, lighter and more
aero than the previous generation. Shimano's Ultegra Di2 groupset
means you never need to worry about the drivetrain, it's tried,
tested and brilliantly engineered.
A DT Swiss wheelset is always a welcome sight, and the R470 is a
great choice at this pricepoint. Should the time come to upgrade to
a lighter set of wheels for race days - maybe something carbon and
aero profiled - the R470s will continue to serve well as a
year-round backup, and the frame itself is eminently 'future proof'
and will reward the upgrade.
Really though, right out of the gate, there's nothing here that
needs changing other than to ensure the perfect fit. That's at the
heart of everything we do - and where our bike fitting expertise
comes in (and that's why you'll see a Fizik Arione saddle on this
particular build - for this customer it was a better fit than the
equally well made Specialized Power that's specced as
photos by Bence Bujaki