Peter Sagan’s Bike Size 2022

What is Peter Sagan’s Bike Size 2022?

Peter has signed a contract to race for two years with Team Total Energies 2022-2023.

The move from World Tour team Bora-Hansgrohe to the Continental team Total Energies is spectacular in itself for a legend like Peter.

Marketing heads at Specialized Bicycles understand the influence of Peter Sagan on its brand image. This explains why the American brand followed Peter too. This is a never seen case in Pro Cycling. Normally Riders change teams. Sponsors don’t follow the riders.

Peter Sagan is not only a hugely talented pro athlete, he is a powerful influencer.

Now that you know why Peter Sagan will still ride a Specialized despite switching team, let’s go down to his bike specifically.

By reading further you will find out the following:

  • What is Peter Sagan’s Bike Size 2022?
  • How does Retul optimize Peter’s fitting?
  • Peter Sagan’s 2022 Bike Specification
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Julian Alaphilippe’s 2022 Specialized Bike size

This post reviews Julian Alaphilippe’s 2022 Specialized Bike size as he races for Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl team. Few things changed since I reviewed Alaphilippe’s bike two years ago.

Since my last review Julian has switched from the Specialized S-Sworks Tarmac SL6 to the SL7. The Tarmac SL7 is an evolution of the SL6 and Venge into one “do it all” bike.

The SL7 seems to be fitting Alaphilippe well since he won two World Champion titles with it.

Keep on reading to learn few specifics to Alaphilippe’s bike:

  • What is Julian Alaphilippe’s 2022 Specialized Bike size?
  • Did Alaphilippe’s fitting evolve?
  • Nerdy Specification of Julian’s new S-Work Tarmac SL7 2022
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Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl 2022 Team

The mighty Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl 2022 Team (aka The Wolfpack) is composed of 31 riders of ten different nationalities including three Neo Pros.

It is its 20th year of the team among the UCI World Tour and it remains strong as ever.

Wolfpack team includes many talented riders like the Double World Champion; Julian Alaphilippe. Other big names include Remco Evenepoel, Mark Cavendish, Fabio Jackobsen and the list goes on and on.

The Team Strategy

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