Peter Sagan’s bike size Specialized Venge Disc 2020

The three times Road bike World Champion, Peter Sagan, is 184cm tall and race on several models from Specialized bike during the 2020 season for the Team Bora.

His main bike is the Aero Road Bike Specialized Venge but he also got the Specialized Roubaix and Tarmac SL6 depending of race profiles.

You might be interested in Peter Sagan’s 2021 S-Sworks Tarmac SL7 as presented here: Peter Sagan’s Tarmac SL7 size

In this article I will focus on his best bike for sprinting finish, the Specialized Venge.

  • Peter Sagan is 184cm tall
  • He ride the UCI World Tour season 2020 on a 56cm Specialized S-Work Venge Disc carbon bike
  • The Shimano Dura Ace FC-9170 crank arms length is 172.5mm
  • The 11 speed gear set up is 54/42T by 11-29T
  • The stem is Specialized Venge integrated 150cm length
  • The Specialized handlebar width is 42cm (C-C)
  • Tires are Tubulars type from Specialized with 26mm section
  • Peter’s bike weight 7.5kg with the 60mm Roval Disc Tubular wheels
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Caleb Ewan’s Ridley Noah Fast Disc 2020 Bike Size

The trend among the World Tour peloton is most teams will race the full season on disc brake bikes, leaving the good old rim brakes.

Caleb Ewan is racing on disc brakes type Ridley Noah Fast size XS (51cm) for the 2020 season. It is the same size as last year except for the fork rake.

The talented Australian sprinter I’d 165cm tall and has the less drag when sprinting against current world tour sprinters thank to his small size but also sprinting position.

The disc brake version is approximately 500gr heavier than the rim brake version due to the extra weight of the disc rotors and brake calipers.

The frame features Ridley’s “F-Tubing” which are teardrop shaped main tubes to optimize aerodynamics.

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Watch the UCI World Tour 2019

Every year I watch most of the UCI World Tour race live as they are broadcasted on most of the organizing countries national TVs. The good side of being in Japan is that all European races live broadcast correspond to the evening in Japan.

The 2019 UCI World Tour includes one day “Classic” races and goes up to three weeks “Grand Tour” like the Tour de France, Giro d’Italia and the Vuelta a Espana. Read more