To handle the season's roughest, toughest classic race, riders and teams resort to all manner of tech tricks to smooth out the ride at Paris-Roubaix.
Specialized introduces a new Roubaix, with revamped Future Shock technology, better aerodynamics, and women's-specific components.
In 2002, Specialized revolutionized bicycle suspension technology with a shock that had a mind of its own.
Fernando Gaviria goes all-in with disc brakes on his new Specialized S-Works Venge for the tour de France.
Specialized says its new S-Works Tarmac Disc is just as aerodynamic as the rim-brake version, and it's only .65 pounds heavier.
Working with the University of Colorado’s Human Performance Lab, Specialized creates new power meter testing protocol.
Specialized refines its Evade aero helmet to make it better ventilated, more comfortable, and a bit more aerodynamic.