Remco Evenepoel’s 2022 Bike size


This page focus on Remco Evenepoel’s 2022 Bike size.
The Belgian pro cyclist won the UCI Road Race World Championships 2022 in Wollongong, Australia, on a Specialized S-works Tarmac SL7.

Great Champion

Before I get into the nerdy stuff about Evenepoel’s bike let’s zoom out and appreciate his amazing 2022 season so far.
The 2022 season is the first full season Remco is racing as an Elite professional cyclist due to the dramatic crash he had on La Lombardia 2020. He has been in recovery for 26 weeks thereafter.

Remco Evenepoel is only 22 years old and he has already been two times Road bike world champion.
Once as an elite pro in 2022, and the previous time was as a junior in 2018, winning both the road and Individual Time-Trial world titles.

He is already a great champion and getting known to the general public after this year’s wins of La Vuelta a Espana, Liege-Bastogne-Liege, and the World Championship. He has 15 races and stage wins this year 2022 alone.
Remco is bringing the Grand Tour victories experience for the first time to the team Soudal – QuickStep, and we can dream of a fantastic Tour de France 2023.

But for now let’s dig into Remco Evenepoel’s 2022 Bike size, and specifications.

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Evenepoel Rides 52cm Frame Size

Remco Evenepoel is 1m71 tall and weighs 63kg at his peak form. Remco is a top Time-Trialist type of rider who happens to climb very well too. He is not a skinny rider like most typical pure climbers.

Remco Evenepoel rides the Specialized S-Works Tarmac SL7 size 52cm.

sketch of Remco Evenepoel's 2022 Bike size
Remco Evenepoel’s 2022 Bike size 52cm

Specialized recommends the Tarmac SL7 size 52cm to riders from 1m63 to 1m70 tall.
The young Belgian rider being just over the fence of the size 54cm, he and the Retul fitter have decided to go one size down and race with the size 52cm.

It is the same frame size as two years ago when I analyzed Remco’s bike. However few details changed regarding his bike fitting.

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Bike Fitting Evolution

The stem is now a 110mm Specialized S-Works and the handlebars are the PRO Vibe Aero Carbon 380mm width.
A longer stem and narrower handlebar, helped Evenepoel to optimize his aerodynamic position.

The seat post is now the 0mm setback Specialized S-Works Tarmac Carbon, and the saddle is the shorter Specialized S-Works Mirror Power.
The saddle’s position is more forward than his previous position to accommodate his optimized position toward the front.

Evenepoel’s saddle is set at 710mm height, measured from the center of the bottom bracket to the top of the saddle.
The tip of the saddle to the handlebar’s reach axle is 545mm. A slightly more stretched position than 2 years ago.

The crank arm’s length hasn’t changed, Remco is using the 170mm Shimano Dura-Ace crank arms.
The chainrings are the 54/40 teeth that are the new Shimano 12-speeds standard replacing the 53/39T.

One great feature of the Tarmac SL7 in my opinion is the low BB center which allows riders to have a lower center of gravity. Therefore an advantage in aerodynamic position compared to the rest of the bikes among the pro peloton.
The Tarmac SL7 in size 52cm has a 74mm BB drop.

Remco Evenepoel's bike size during 2022 sseaon with Alaphilippe in the background
Shifters position of Remco Evenepoel at La Fleche Wallonne – Blegny / Huy (202,1 km) – Credits A.S.O./Gautier Demouveaux

Simple and Efficient Bike Setup

The bike is now equipped with the Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 12-speeds, disc brakes type.
The groupset is almost stock except for the CeramicSpeed ceramic bearings bottom bracket.

Remco has his brake/shifter lever tilted inward allowing him to rest his wrist while in an aero position.

The wheels on Remco Evenepoel on most of the races he wins are the Roval Alpinist CLX II disc clinchers. These wheels of 33mm rim height are spinning on DT Swiss SINK ceramic bearings and are Tubeless ready.

The tires are the Tubeless Specialized S-Works Turbo RapidAir, 26mm of section.

Evenepoel Wears

Remco Evenepoel wears a Specialized S-work Prevail helmet, Oakley Custom Sutro Lite sunglasses, Castelli team jersey and bib-shorts, and Specialized S-Works Ares Road cycling shoes in red color on the World championships.
The shoes are connected to the Shimano Dura-Ace 9200 pedals via the red color Shimano SPD-SL cleats which have 5 degrees of float.
Like most great pro riders nowadays, Remco doesn’t wear cycling gloves.

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Remco Evenepoel Bike specifications

Frameset: Specialized S-Works Tarmac SL7 Disc, Size 52mm “FACT 12r” Carbon (Seat Tube length 462mm (Center-Top) / Top tube 531mm / Reach 383mm / Stack 527mm / Wheelbase 975mm / Chainstays 410mm / BB drop 74mm / Seat angle 74 / Head Angle 72.5 / Head tube 113mm

Fork: S-Works FACT 12r carbon, 12x100mm thru-axle, flat-mount disc, Rake 47mm, Fork length 366mm

Brakes: Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 R9000, hydraulic disc with 160mm/140mm Front/rear disc rotors

Brake/shifters: Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 R9250

Front derailleur: Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 R9250, braze-on

FSA K-Edge chain catcher in blue custom color.

Rear derailleur: Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 R9250 12-speeds.

Cassette: Shimano Dura-Ace CS-R9200, 12-speed 11-34 teeth

Chain: Shimano Dura-Ace CN-9200 12-speed

Crankset: Shimano Dura-Ace R9200P, 170mm arm’s length, 54/40 chainrings with Shimano power meter.

Bottom bracket: Threaded 68mm BB width with CeramicSpeed Ceramic bearings “wolfPack custom edition” 68mm black color cups.

Wheels: Roval Alpinisht CLX II disc Tubeless Ready 24 / 20 spokes spinning on DT Swiss SINK ceramic bearings and built with DT Swiss Aerolight spokes 2.1.

Axles: 12mmx100mm front and 12mmx142mm rear Thru axles

Tires: Specialized S-Works Turbo RapidAir, 26 mm, tubeless ready

Stem: Specialized S-Works 110 mm length.

Handlebar: Pro Vibe Aero Carbon 380mm width

Bar tape: Supacaz

Pedals: Shimano Dura-Ace SPD-SL SP-R9200

Saddle: Specialized S-Works Mirror Power 155

Seat post: Specialized S-Works Tarmac Carbon 0mm setback.

Bottle cages: Tacx

Computer: Wahoo Elemnt Roam mounted on K-edge computer mount custom painted in Blue color.

Weight: 6.9kg

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