What is a Specialized Secteur?

What is a Specialized Secteur?

The Specialized Secteur is the ideal fatigue-fighting, comfortable road bike for sportives, commuting or weekend club runs.

How much is a specialized secteur?

$799.000. Perfect for a Gran Fondo or epic weekend ride, the Secteur Sport’s Endurance Road Geometry, FACT carbon fork with vibration-absorbing Zertz, and shaped tube sets delivers a ride that’s stable, smooth, and quick.

How many gears does a Specialized Secteur have?


Sizes 49.0, 52.0, 54.0, 56.0, 58.0, 61.0 (Frame size guide) How to beat back ache on a bike
Gears 24 speed
Chainset type Triple 52-42-30 (What is a triple chainset?)
Wheel size 700C
Chainset Front Derailleur Rear Derailleur Shifters Shimano 2300

What does a Specialized Secteur weigh?

The Specialized Secteur Triple begins proceedings with its A1 Premium Aluminium frame with fully manipulated tubing, a compact design and sub 10kg weight. As mentioned, the geometry of this road bike is designed to make sure that the rider’s comfort is a primary consideration.

What type of bike is a Specialized Secteur?

Designed to be comfortable and easy to ride, Specialized created a good old-fashioned all-around road bike that isn’t at all old technology. The frame is a modern hydroformed aluminum unit, the fork the now de rigueur carbon fiber.

What is the order of Shimano groupsets?

Guide To Shimano Road & MTB Groupsets

  • Quick Links. Road Bike Groupsets Mountain Bike Groupsets Other Shimano Groupsets.
  • Dura-Ace/Dura-Ace Di2. At the top of the pile is Dura-Ace, the original 11-speed and Shimano’s premium groupset.
  • Ultegra/Ultegra Di2.
  • 105.
  • Tiagra.
  • Sora.
  • Claris.
  • Deore XT/Deore XT Di2.

What is Shimano Claris?

CLARIS ensures easy-to-operate, accurate and light-action shifting with SHIMANO 8-speed index system, powerful brakes and smoothly rotating hubs. Durable and low maintenance quality 8-speed drivetrain gives you the optimal range of gears for on-road cycling.

What is the difference between specialized and S works?

One of the Specialized road bikes has no difference between the S-Works and Pro aside from the fact that the seatpost and fork are lighter on the S-Works model. Another they have an aluminum BB shell rather then a carbon one. That and some of the S-works come with Ceramic Bearings.

How bad is Claris?

The main difference between Claris and Tiagra or 105 is in the number of gears. You can get much closer ratios for the same gear range. The crankset will also be a bit stiffer and the brakes better. Shifting will be a little bit smoother but Claris isn’t bad at all in this regard.

Which is better Claris or tourney?

The main reason for choosing Shimano Claris over Tourney is the shifter design. The other big difference compared to Tourney is the fact that Shimano Claris comes as a complete groupset, comprising of brake levers, brake callipers, chainset, cassette, and front and rear derailleurs.

Is the specialized Secteur a good bike to buy?

Specialized nailed it with this one— a fast, comfortable bike at an affordable price, with enough practicability to bring it out of the recreation-only range. Those with visions of long charity rides, Gran Fondos, and other fast rides will not be disappointed with the Specialized Secteur.

What kind of brakes does a specialized Secteur have?

Aesthetically, we’re not fans of the rear brake cable hanging under the top tube – common to Specialized’s Allez, Roubaix and Tarmac ranges – and the braking from the unbranded dual-pivot brakes is decidedly average, but as a first road bike for sportive, fitness or endurance riding, the Secteur is a serious contender.

What kind of chainset does specialized Secteur use?

The kit is predominantly Shimano 2300, an eight-speed Sora-like setup, and the triple 52/42/30T chainset is a good idea for an entry-level bike. It’s marginally undergeared at the top – we’d have preferred a 12-tooth small sprocket (top gear) to the 13 fitted, but the 30×26 bottom gear is low enough for most climbing.

What kind of fork does a specialized Secteur use?

Its aluminium frame and carbon fibre fork are as good as you’ll find at this price, with the fork boasting Specialized’s trademark Zertz elastomer insert. The kit is predominantly Shimano 2300, an eight-speed Sora-like setup, and the triple 52/42/30T chainset is a good idea for an entry-level bike.