Specialized Finds Beauty in Disruption With Latest Sagan Collection

Featuring limited-edition takes of the S-Works Aethos and Tarmac SL7.

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After redefining mountain biking with the launch of its Turbo Kenevo SL earlier this year, Specialized returns its focus to the road with the latest instalment of its ongoing Sagan collection.

Celebrating its most lauded rider, Peter Sagan, who currently rides for Bora–Hansgrohe, Specialized has unveiled the fifth chapter of the storied collection, which sees the pair cruise the South of France with a capsule aptly entitled: Disruption.

A race-ready S-Works Tarmac SL7 frameset arrives alongside two versions of the Aethos in both S-Works and Pro models, while an Aethos frameset also features a limited-edition seat tube badge created exclusively for the collection.

A new Sagan bandana is added to the apparel line-up this time around, sitting alongside a selection of equipment, as well as the S-Works 7 road shoes, Sagan socks, an SL Air Jersey and accompanying bib shorts.

The full Specialized Sagan collection is available to buy now from the brand’s online store.

In other news, MAAP has linked up with P.A.M. for a unique “Psy-Cycling” capsule collection.

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