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Langster Rio

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2016 Langster Rio

The Langster Rio has everything that you'd expect from a purpose-built track bike, only with a little Brazilian flair cooked in. It features a special Brazilian-themed paint job and an integrated flask on the down tube, while also incorporating a FACT carbon fiber fork that increases front end rigidity and steering response. Carnival tickets sold separately.

Technical Specifications

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FRAMESET

FRAME

Specialized A1 Premium Aluminum, Track Geometry, fully-manipulated tubing, compact design, integrated headset

SEAT BINDER

Alloy, 31.8mm

FORK

Specialized FACT carbon, alloy crown/steerer

HEADSET

1-1/8"", integrated sealed Cr-Mo cartridge bearings, 20mm alloy cone spacer, w/ 20mm spacers

WHEELS

FRONT WHEEL

AXIS Classic Track Deep

REAR WHEEL

AXIS Classic Track Deep

FRONT TIRE

Specialized Espoir Elite, 60TPI, folding bead, double BlackBelt protection, 700x25mm

REAR TIRE

Specialized Espoir Elite, 60TPI, folding bead, double BlackBelt protection, 700x25mm

INNER TUBES

Standard, Presta valve

DRIVETRAIN

CASSETTE

Joytech, track cog, 17t

CRANKSET

Alloy, square taper, 48T

BOTTOM BRACKET

Cr-Mo axle, 68mm

CHAIN

KMC Z510HX, singlespeed

COCKPIT

TAPE

Keirin, Kraton, 175mm

SADDLE

Body Geometry Toupé Comp Gel, hollow Cr-Mo rails, 143mm

SEATPOST

Specialized Sport, alloy, 2-bolt, 27.2mm

HANDLEBARS

Specialized Langster Comp, short drop

STEM

Specialized Comp Multi, 3D forged alloy, 4-bolt, 12-degree rise

BRAKES

FRONT BRAKE

Tektro, dual-pivot, long reach

REAR BRAKE

Tektro, dual pivot, long reach

BRAKE LEVERS

Tektro, forged alloy, ergo design

ACCESSORIES

PEDALS

Nylon, loose ball bearings, w/ reflectors

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

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Rider Reviews

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  • 1 Reviews

Nice looking but silly flask

I haven't ridden it on the track yet but it looks fantastic. But I wondered for a while what that bottle holder was meant for, until I saw the picture on this site. How in the world could Specialized put a flask holder for liquor on a sportsbike?? Or do they not believe in their own bike and consider it only for fun and drinking in the streets as a Fixie and not a serious trackbike?

Would Recommend?
Yes!

Name:
Poul H.

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