Let the drooling begin - we've uncovered a look at some S-Works for 2014. These are pics only without any description, but from these there are some obvious changes in some models.
New S-Works cranks spotted on the Stumpjumper hardtail; an extremely sleek and rugged looking Stumpy EVO 26er, and...are those bottle cages included? Now that's value add.
Note that these are international pictures, not all these colour or model options will make it to Australia.
Doesn't get any better than this for the XC trails. The Epic frame has been redesigned with a special crevice in the frame above the shock mount to accommodate a multi-tool.
|The Stumpjumper EVO was a fan favourite in 2013 among the trail riding/all mountain/go anywhere riders. This year the bike gets treated with an S-Works 26" version of this dependable, unbeatable machine |
Fast as lightning, the Stumpy hardtail looks racy and sports a redesigned looking S-Works crankset
|Roubaix is very smooth. Looks smooth too. Expect to find hydraulics in both rim brake and disc brake form in this and the coming years.|
Colour is definitely the hardest decision in the Epic lineup
Brighter, happier 2014 Venge.
Nothing more to say about the Tarmac expect that it just might not be able to get any better. This S-Works is still rocking the SL4 frameset, tried and true throughout the past 2 years of grabbing numerous world podium titles.
SRAM's XX1 is everywhere on all forms of mountain bikes. Looks like Specialized cranks are compatible.
XTR version of the XC weapon. Bottle cages included?!
The Shiv remains a functional work of art but this version acquires hydraulic brakes and a very unique and, presumably, wind-tunnel-designed fuel cell nutrition/hydration system.
The Roubaix, a sleeper in satin silver.