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The New Allez from Specialized

After forty years of continuous innovation since the first Specialized allez saw the light, the brand presents its latest model.


Improving every aspect, the new Allez is now the lightest bike in its category, offering exceptional performance and versatility to more riders than ever before.

His first model in 1981

The first Allez, which debuted in 1981, quickly became the preferred choice of riders around the world.

Since 1994, the Allez model has pioneered the use of all-aluminum frames, and continues to innovate with its latest release.

Allez: the lightest in its class

Allez from Specialized:

The new Specialized Allez, thanks to its frame manufactured in premium E5 aluminum and double butted, weighs only 1.375 grams.

This makes it the lightest bike in its class, providing a quick and agile feel on the road.

Finite Element Analysis (FEA) applied to the Allez ensures exceptional lightness and reactivity, along with the durability for which it is famous.

Feature Detail
Box Premium E5 aluminum, double butted, weight 1.375 grams
Forks carbon
Tubo Butted for a more flexible and responsive ride
Brakes disk
Tires Up to 35mm, adaptable for hard roads and light gravel
Sizes 7 sizes available, from 44 cm to 61 cm
Equipment Reliable Shimano drivetrain with 50-34 front chainrings and 11-32 rear cassette. 30mm tires. 160mm disc brakes front and rear.

legendary heritage

Allez by Specialized

Allez's premium E5 aluminum frame it's complemented by the endurance geometry of Specialized's legendary Roubaix.

The result is a bike that combines stable handling with the ability to dissect a twisty road like a pure racing bike.


The Allez has been designed with versatility in mind. Whether it's commuting to work or tackling a weekend group outing, this bike is ready for anything.

It can accommodate up to 35mm tires (32mm with fenders), allowing you to tackle even the roughest roads and a bit of gravel.


In addition to the ability to accommodate racks and fenders, the Allez has room for wider tires, improving ride comfort and allowing you to explore more terrain.


Components Specifications
Box Specialized E5 Premium Aluminum, flat mount disc, rack and fender eyelets, fully manipulated tubing w/ SmoothWelds, internal cable routing, threaded BB, 12x142mm thru-axle
Forks Specialized FACT full carbon, flat mount disc, 1-1/8″ to 1-3/8″ taper, fender eyelets, 12x100mm thru-axle
Handlebar Specialized Shallow Drop, 70x125mm, 31.8mm clamp
Power 3D-forged alloy, 31.8mm, 7-degree rise
Tape Specialized S Wrap
Front brake Shimano Tiagra, Hydraulic disc – 160mm rotor
seat clamp Bolt-type, Rack Compatible 31.8mm
Back brake Shimano Tiagra, Hydraulic disc – 160mm rotor
Shift Knobs Shimano Tiagra Disc 4720, 10-speed
Diverter Shimano Tiagra, brace-on
Change Shimano Tiagra, 10-speed
Cassette Sunrace, 10-speed, 11-32t
Bottom bracket Praxis Alba – 50/34t
plates 50 / 34T
bottom bracket box Praxis 68mm BSA
Chain KMC X10, 10-Speed
Front wheel Axis Sport Disc Tubeless Ready
rear wheel Axis Sport Disc Tubeless Ready
Front tire Specialized Roadsport, 700X30c
rear tire Specialized Roadsport, 700X30c
Cameras 700×28-32, 48mm Presta Valve
seat post Alloy, 2-bolt Clamp, 12mm offset, 27.2mm, anti-corrosion hardware
Saddle Body Geometry Bridge Saddle, steel rails

A heritage of safety, versatility and performance

From its debut in 1981 to its current version, the Allez has always offered an unmatched blend of performance and confidence.

Now the Allez is not only the lightest bike in its class, but the best Allez ever.


  • Allez Sport. €1.750
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