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Specialized Allez A1 24 '02

Specialized Allez A1 24 '02

Triple chainset version of the Allez A1

No Longer Available

Product Description

Identical to the Specialized Allez 16 except here you get a knee-saving, bale out 30t 'granny' chainring and a corresponding long cage Shimano Tiagra rear gear.

  • Built on the now-established compact frame principle - i.e. a smaller aluminium frame with a sloping top tube offers you the benefits of lower standover height, lower centre of gravity, more lateral stiffness and less weight. The result - a 22lb flying machine.
  • Lightweight aluminium frame and fork.
  • Shimano Sora Dual Control shifters - the gear levers are integrated with the brake levers. This allows you to change gear without moving your hands off the brake lever hoods - hence no loss of momentum or control when you shift.
  • Proven Specialized technologies - numbness relieving Body Geometry saddle; Flak Jacket puncture resistant tyres.
  • Quality dual pivot brakes.
Technical Data


A1 Premium Aluminium.


Kinesis bonded alloy fork with 1 1/8" threadless steerer.


Amigo DA-22 700c double-wall alloy rims.

 Ritchey Sport QR hubs.
 Stainless steel spokes
 Specialized Turbo Sport 700x23 Flak Jacket tyres.


Shimano Sora Dual Control 24-speed shifters.

Shimano Tiagra rear / Sora front gears.


Sugino RD3000SL chainset 30/42/52.

 Shimano UN40 sealed bottom bracket
 Shimano 12-25 cassette.
Pedals:Resin body / steel cage.


ProMax dual pivot sidepull brakes.


Ritchey Logic Racing.

 3D forged stem
Saddle:Specialized Body Geometry Comp.
 Specialized 6061 3D forged 27.2 x 350mm seatpost.


47, 50, 52, 54, 56, 58, 61.


Cobalt Blue.


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