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    Allez Sport


    Allez Sport

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    Four decades after the first Specialized Allez hit the road, the new Allez is the best yet. Lightest in its class,* it delivers more confidence, versatility, and performance than ever before – to more riders than ever before. Whether you’re looking for premium alloy, want a bike for weekend rides and fast commutes, or if you’re just beginning your road journey, performance road starts with Allez.

    LIGHTEST IN CLASS: Starting with premium butted and double-butted E5 alloy, the Allez frame tips the scales at just 1,375** grams for a quick and nimble feel on the road. Plus, the full carbon fork reduces weight even more (no hidden alloy steer tube here) while helping smooth out your ride. And with modern, thoughtful build choices, it’s no surprise the Allez is also the lightest in its class.

    INCREDIBLE CONFIDENCE: This premium E5 alloy frame is light, fast, durable, and, did we mention, gorgeous? The excellent stiffness-to-weight ratio coupled with the unmatched stopping power of all-weather dual-piston disc brakes delivers ultimate confidence at any speed. Plus, we’ve used the legendary Roubaix bike's endurance geometry to deliver unrivaled comfort for long miles and stable handling while ensuring the Allez can still dissect a winding road like a pure race bike.

    VERSATILITY and PERFORMANCE: Just as capable of getting you to work or class, as it is checking off your local KOM or weekend group ride, racks and fender mounts ensure the Allez is versatile enough for whatever road you take it on. With tire clearance up to a beefy 35 mm (32 mm with Fenders), you’ll be ready for the roughest roads and even light gravel. If those roads get steep, Allez has a wide gearing range to keep you comfortably spinning so you can ride efficiently.

    *Alloy disc brake-equipped bikes in the same price range are available at retail.
    **Based on production frame set weights. Actual weights may vary slightly.
    ***Some bikes are shown with an optional rack, fenders, and carbon wheels.

    Technical Specifications

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    Specialized E5 Premium Aluminum, flat mount disc, rack and fender eyelets, fully manipulated tubing w/ SmoothWelds, internal cable routing, threaded BB, 12x142mm thru-axle



    Specialized FACT full carbon, flat mount disc, 1-1/8" to 1-3/8" taper, fender eyelets, 12x100mm thru-axle



    Specialized Shallow Drop, 70x125mm, 31.8mm clamp


    Alloy, 2-bolt Clamp, 12mm offset, 27.2mm, anti-corrosion hardware


    Body Geometry Bridge Saddle, steel rails


    3D-forged alloy, 31.8mm, 7-degree rise


    Specialized S-Wrap

    Seat Binder

    Bolt-type, Rack Compatable 31.8mm


    Front Brake

    Shimano Tiagra, Hydraulic disc - 160mm rotor

    Rear Brake

    Shimano Tiagra, Hydraulic disc - 160mm rotor


    Shift Levers

    Shimano Tiagra Disc 4720, 10-speed

    Front Derailleur

    Shimano Tiagra, braze-on

    Rear Derailleur

    Shimano Tiagra, 10-speed


    Sunrace, 10-speed, 11-32t


    Praxis Alba - 50/34t



    Bottom Bracket

    Praxis 68mm BSA


    KMC X10, 10-Speed

    Wheels & Tires

    Front Wheel

    Axis Sport Disc

    Rear Wheel

    Axis Sport Disc

    Front Tire

    Specialized Roadsport, 700X30c

    Rear Tire

    Specialized Roadsport, 700X30c

    Inner Tubes

    700x28-32, 48mm Presta Valve

    * Weights based on production painted frames as pictured. Actual weights will vary based on colourway, frame size, and component variation. Specifications are subject to change without notice.


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    Crank Length165mm165mm170mm172.5mm172.5mm175mm175mm
    Handlebar Width360mm380mm400mm420mm420mm440mm440mm
    Stem Length70mm80mm90mm100mm100mm110mm110mm
    Saddle Width155mm155mm155mm143mm143mm143mm143mm
    Seatpost Length300mm300mm350mm350mm350mm350mm350mm
    Chainstay Length420mm420mm425mm425mm425mm425mm425mm
    Head Tube Length110mm125mm140mm155mm175mm195mm230mm
    BB Drop77mm77mm77mm76mm76mm74.5mm74.5mm
    Fork Length, Full378mm378mm378mm378mm378mm378mm378mm
    Front Center576mm577mm583mm585mm594mm603mm619mm
    Head Tube Angle69.5°70.5°71°72°72.5°73°73°
    BB Height273mm273mm273mm274mm274mm275.5mm275.5mm
    Bike Standover Height715mm739mm761mm781mm801mm821mm852mm
    Fork Rake/Offset47mm47mm47mm47mm47mm47mm47mm
    Top Tube Length, Horizontal493mm500mm530mm541mm556mm569mm586mm
    Seat Tube Length430mm460mm490mm510mm530mm550mm580mm
    Seat Tube Angle75.25°75.25°73.25°73.25°73.25°73.25°73.25°

    Rider Reviews

    • 4
    • 6 Reviews

    Great ride.

    Great ride.

    Would Recommend?

    Verified Buyer


    Max R.


    love the extra tire clearance

    this is everything a modern budget friendly bike should be. fender mounts and extra tire clearance great for foul weather and comfortable but snappy geometry. they claims 35mm tire clearance and there's room for a little more. plenty of room with 35s. stock wheels are on the heavy side so i'm saving up for a wheel upgrade, but this bike flies and great value!



    Great bike

    Great bike

    Would Recommend?

    Verified Buyer


    Elizabeth O.


    Not compatible with Allez sport 2023

    The rods are angled and designed to be attached to seat stays and not the seat post clamp. The bolts provided are too long and stick out of the bicycle. This rack doesn't appear to be compatible with frames such as the allez.



    Acceptable beginner road bike with versatility

    I was devistated when my Specialized Allez Elite fell off my bicycle rack on the freeway and was destroyed. The Allez Elite was my first road bike and completely got me hooked on cycling. I loved the lightweight frame, the smooth Shimano shifting system, the rim brakes, and the slim wheels. I was eager to begin cycling again and thought the Allez Sport would be a suitable replacement. Unfortunately, the Allez Sport did not align with my expectations. That being said, it's a solid bike for a beginner road cyclist who is less concerned about speed and perhaps more interested in a bike that holds up well on non-tarmac surfaces such as light gravel and sand. This bike would be a great commuter bike for someone who also wants to give road cycling a try.

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