Specialized Roubaix Bikes & Framesets For Sale
Shop new & used Specialized Roubaix bikes and framesets at TPC - The Pro's Closet. Find reviews, specs, weight info, prices, size charts on various models (Expert, Comp) and popular years (2019, 2020, etc).
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Specialized Roubaix Sport - Weight, Specs, Pricing
2021 Specialized Roubaix Sport (54cm)
Shimano 105 (2x11)
When the Roubaix was first debuted in 2004, the design included a longer wheelbase, more stack, and less reach than the already popular Tarmac. Over time, the SL2, SL3, and SL4 models were added, all being lighter and including a disc brake option. In 2017, Specialized debuted the FutureShock, with 20mm of vertical damping. In 2020, they added extensive aero shaping and a seatpost junction, allowing rearward flex.
S-Works is what designates the pro-level carbon-fiber blend and build kit for the premier-level Roubaix. The S-Works Roubaix is what sponsored racers ride at the Paris-Roubaix, Ghent-Wevelgem, and de Ronde races. When Specialized releases a new iteration, all the changes filter down the line, so the 2019 Roubaix Pro, Elite, Comp, and Sport all have the same frame features.
Specialized Roubaix Reviews
Road Bike Action
Bike Test: Specialized Roubaix
"REVAMPED AND STILL A WINNER"
First ride review: 2020 Specialized Roubaix – Cobble killer or pavement princess?
"With the brand new Specialized Roubaix, Specialized are releasing the 4. generation of their endurance road bike to take on the toughest race of the year"
Specialized Roubaix Comp
"The latest Roubaix has more versatility with a promise of better performance. Does it deliver?"
Specialized Roubaix Comp Ultegra Di2 2020
"Fast, sweet-handling bike with great comfort levels, but I'd like some control over the spring rate"
All bikes are technically unisex, ranging from 48cm (fits 4’11” to 5’2”) to 60cm (fits 6’3” to 6’5”). Depending on the model variant, the Roubaix's fit range is between 5'5" and 6'3". Check our road bike sizing guide to take accurate measurements based on your height, pick the right size, find the right saddle height, and geek out on frame geometry.