Garrett Chow’s Specialized S-Works Road

As Garrett and Walton were packing their car up to head back to SF from the Golden Saddle Cyclery Champagne Brunch, I grabbed his Specialized S-Works road bike and took a few photos of it. I don’t think you can get anymore balleur than this. Slammed, drop stem, murdered out paint and coming in around 13lbs, this bike is a beast!

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  • Torey Thornton

    Batmobile.  Sick.

  • http://twitter.com/edIT edIT

    My kind of bike. Legit

  • GeraldBowles

    Nice! Looking very Pro.

  • http://twitter.com/SkyMcKinley Sky McKinley

    Not quite murdered-out, but beautiful nonetheless.  Certainly balleur. 

  • http://coffeeandbikes.cc/ Cooper Ray

    damn

  • Joe

    I wonder what kind of mount he uses for his garmin. Doesn’t look to be the barfly mount

    • transit_roams

      Its a custom mount, machined out of aluminum and integrated into the face plate of the new style sworks stem.

      That barfly bullshit is clutter.

      • http://huphtur.nl huphtur

         bar fly is a lot cheaper than a custom sworks stem bro, plus it works on a ton of bars!

        • Ancient Arrakis Youth

          im sure Garrett got hooked up….bro.

          • not everyone gets hooked up

            Exactly.

          • TuckerRidesBikes

            what mount?  that shit is floating

  • Ancient Arrakis Youth

    looooove it!! I wish I had his job with Specialized. lucky.

    Love the cranks and Mash stem . and the sparkle silver logo like on his murdered out Langster track

    • Ancient Arrakis Youth

      wait what stem is that?

  • Ancient Arrakis Youth

    what frame is this exactly ? lucky Garrett I repeat balleur cranks and choice of stem.

  • ozren0

    What kind of Garmin mount is that?! Looks nice! It looks like it’s attached between the stem bolts.

  • chris

    that thing is savage. wow. although doesn’t the slammed stem negate itself when the bike has that geometry? i mean as a whole i doesn’t look all that agressive…

    this bike is seriously worth drooling over no matter what.

    • http://twitter.com/itsEricLuke Eric Luke

      For some reason, Specialized uses curvy, sloping top tubes for all their road bikes, regardless of ride characteristics. I’m not a fan.

  • Jake Ricker

    Garrett gets it.

  • TuckerRidesBikes

    jesus

  • Bones

    boner.  

  • Peter Andersson

    What type cable housings is it fitted with?! Look all reptile!