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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Peter Sagan’s Tarmac SL7 2021 Bike Size

This is Peter Sagan’s Tarmac SL7 2021 Bike Size as he races during 2020 and 2021 season with Bora – Hangrohe team.

The Whole team rides the 2021 Specialized S-Works Tarmac SL7 since December 2019 however the bike is officially retail stores since summer 2020. The Tarmac SL7 does replace the Tarmac SL6 and… Peter’s beloved Venge too.

To make it short, the Tarmac SL7 is taking the best of both models, lightweight Tarmac SL6 and Aero Venge. The Tarmac SL7 is presented as a “Do-it-all”, more aero than the SL6 and yet still light and stiff enough to suit the climbers and sprinters of the team.

It is also making logistic more simple for Bora – Hansgrohe team to carry only one time of bike for the whole team, it does simplify bike swaps on the go as long as size is close enough to fit the needy rider.

Read further to discover nerdy stuff about Peter Sagan’s new favorite S-Works bike.

  • What is Peter Sagan’s Bike fit on the Tarmac SL7
  • Peter’s Specialized S-Works Tarmac SL7 complete set up

You might be interest in: Peter Sagan’s Bike Size 2022 .

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Maximilian Schachmann’s Tarmac SL7 Bike Size 2021

This is Maximilian Schachmann’s Tarmac SL7 Bike Size 2021 technical review. The German rider races the season 2020-2021 for the Team Bora Hansgrohe.

Maximilian is an excellent time trial racer and equally a great climber making him a good candidate for a General Classification (GC) podium finish. He did win the 2020 Paris-Nice and and finished second on the 2020 Volta ao Algarve em Bicicleta. These are already great introduction lines on a profile and I am sure Maximilian will add up to the list of podiums.

He is 1m83 tall and weights 70kg at optimum form. This can be translated as being at the fine line of lightweight and powerful for this height.

For these reason Maximilian Schachmann’s Tarmac SL7 Bike Size 2021 reflect the rider style from the selection of the frame model, size and components specification.

By reading further you will find bicycle nerdy content:

  • Maximilian Schachmann’s Tarmac SL7 Bike Size 2021
  • Why Team Bora-Hansgrohe races mostly on the Tarmac SL7?
  • His Specialized Tarmac SL7 Complete set up
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Remco Evenepoel’s Tarmac SL7 2021 Size

Remco Evenepoel is only 20 years old and he is already a star among the pro peloton.
The young Belgian pro rider is racing for the team Deceunink – Quick Step for the season 2020 and beyond on the new Specialized S-Works Tarmac SL7 2021 size officially since the Vuelta a Burgos 2020 which he won.
It is also the first Victory for the S-Works Tarmac SL7 2021 on the UCI World Tour.

This post is dedicated to Remco Evenepoel’s Tarmac SL7 2021 size and geometry.
By reading further you will find about:

  • What is Remco Bike size and fitting?
  • How different is the 2021 Specialized Tarmac SL7 2021 compared to the SL6
  • Evenepoel’s complete bike specification

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Julian Alaphilippe’s 2020 Bike Size

The French pro cyclist has made a name for himself to the public during his two weeks in yellow during the Tour de France 2019 for 14 consecutive days but also won several prestigious races during that same season.

Julian Alaphilippe is racing the 2019 UCI World Tour Road bike season with the Deceunink-Quickstep mainly on a Specialized S-Work Tarmac SL6 Disc.

You might be looking for Julian Alaphilippe’s 2022 Bike size: It is linked here: Julian Alaphilippe’s 2022 Specialized S-Works SL7 size.

On this page you will informations specific to Alaphilippe’s 2020 frame size and geometry, it is for bike nerds:

  • Julian Alaphippe is 173cm tall.
  • He rides on a size 52cm Tarma SL6 Carbon frame
  • His stem is a PRO 100mm length
  • The handlebar is 400mm width
  • Crank arms length are 170mm long

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