Jordan Sarrou’s Specialized S-Works Epic Cross-Country Bike
Specialized S-Works Epic
Says Sarrou of his new S-Works Epic: “It’s a really good bike. It’s light, stiff and everything you need for riding cross-country races. Jordan Sarrou’s new custom Specialized S-Works Epic. Photo by Michal Cerveny
Frame: Specialized Epic, carbon, 100mm travel, custom.
Shock: RockShox-Specialized BRAIN, Rx XC Tune, 5-Position Platform Adjust, Rebound Adjust.
Fork: RockShox SID SL Ultimate BRAIN, Top-Adjust BRAIN damper, Debon Air, 15×110mm, 44mm offset, 100mm travel.
Drivetrain: SRAM AXS Eagle XX1 shifter and rear derailleur.
Cogset: SRAM XG-1299 Eagle, 10-50t
Cranks: SRAM XX1
Chainring: SRAM Blackbox front chainring with Quarq power meter.
Chain: SRAM XX1 Eagle.
Sarrou says now, “My goal is to be at the start at the Tokyo Olympic Games, then to defend my world title and be on top for the World Cup races. Jordan Sarrou and his new Epic, Stellenbosch, South Africa. Photo by Michal Cerveny
Bottom bracket: SRAM DUB, BSA, 73mm, threaded.
Brakes: SRAM Level Ultimate.
Handlebars: Specialized S-Works.
Stem: Specialized S-Works.
Seatpost: Specialized S-Works.
Saddle: Specialized Power.
Wheels: Roval Control SL.
Tires: Specialized Renegade, 29×2.35″, with Control casing
Computer: Wahoo Element
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