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Dan Martin's Specialized S-Works Tarmac - Gallery

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Dan Martin's Specialized Tarmac road race bike

Dan Martin's Specialized Tarmac road race bike
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Etixx-QuickStep use Roval wheels

Etixx-QuickStep use Roval wheels
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The saddle is atop a long K-Force FSA seat post

The saddle is atop a long K-Force FSA seat post
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Martin uses a Toupe saddle

Martin uses a Toupe saddle
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Etixx-QuickStep use Shimano brakes

Etixx-QuickStep use Shimano brakes
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The front hub

The front hub
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Martin like his brake levers low on the bars

Martin like his brake levers low on the bars
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Martin's saddle has a deep groove for comfort

Martin's saddle has a deep groove for comfort
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Etixx-QuickStep use Specialized saddles

Etixx-QuickStep use Specialized saddles
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Martin prefers a narrow, classic bar shape

Martin prefers a narrow, classic bar shape
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A front view of the stem

A front view of the stem
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A side view of the Shimano Dura Ace Di2 levers

A side view of the Shimano Dura Ace Di2 levers
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For now Martin has leftsdome fork for possible position changes

For now Martin has leftsdome fork for possible position changes
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The back end

The back end
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The Shimano Dura Ace chainset

The Shimano Dura Ace chainset
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The Tarmac has changable dropouts

The Tarmac has changable dropouts
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The chunky Dura Ace Di2 front mech

The chunky Dura Ace Di2 front mech
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The bike has a race number holder fitted with the rear brake

The bike has a race number holder fitted with the rear brake
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Martins bike is fitted with 60mm Roval wheels

Martins bike is fitted with 60mm Roval wheels
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The Tarmac logo is on the bottom of the seat stays

The Tarmac logo is on the bottom of the seat stays
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Dan Martin flies the flag for Ireland

Dan Martin flies the flag for Ireland
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The saddle is tipped slightly down

The saddle is tipped slightly down
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The FSA seat post is very long on Martin's bike

The FSA seat post is very long on Martin's bike
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The Specialized Tarmac is UCI approved

The Specialized Tarmac is UCI approved
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Dan Martin will continue to use a Garmin computer

Dan Martin will continue to use a Garmin computer
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Dan Martin will use a Specialized Tarmac equipped with Shimano Dura Ace Di2 electronic gears in 2016 after joining the Etixx-QuickStep team.

The Irishman is expected to lead the Belgian team in the Ardennes Classics and target mountain stages in the Tour de France. He showed off his new race bike at the Etixx-QuickStep training camp in Spain. This gallery, shot by Brakethrough Media, shows some of the details of the bike, including the Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 components, Roval Rapide CLX 60 wheels and FSA bars and seat post. This bike is fitted with black bar tape.

Martin’s bike is a simple black colour with some white stripes on the top and down tube and lots of Specialized and S-Works logos.