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Specialized celebrates w/ only 199 Deceuninck – Quick-Step LTD Tarmac frames

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Specialized announced a very limited run of custom-painted Tarmac Disc framesets to celebrate the achievements of the Deceuninck – Quick-Step team in 2019 (including 7 Grand Tour stages, 14 days in the yellow jersey, and a #1 UCI ranking). Available for pre-order now, get yours for a cool $5,500.

All images courtesy Chris Auld.

Specialized Deceuninck – Quick-Step LTD Tarmac Disc carbon road frame set

Specialized officially added disc brakes to the Tarmac in 2018, a frame that has since seen plenty of action on the professional race circuit. 2019 has been one of the biggest years for the Specialized-sponsored Deceuninck – Quick-Step, with over 66 victories total. To celebrate, they’re making 200 custom painted frames – with the No. 1 frameset delivered to the team at Giro d’Lombardia. That leaves 199 for customers, who can buy one for $5,500.

Check out the press release below for full details.


Sixty-six victories. Fourteen days in yellow. Seven Grand Tour stages. Two Monuments. Number 1 ranked UCI team. 2019 has not just been an incredible year for the 25 riders of Deceuninck – Quick-Step, it’s one of the most incredible seasons any team has had in the history of the sport.

To honor the team’s magical year and our 11-year partnership, we’re making a limited-edition Deceuninck – Quick-Step Tarmac Disc frameset that celebrates every win and every rider. Based on the team’s 2019 colorway, only 200 of these individually numbered framesets will ever be made, and each will be an instant classic.

Frameset No. 1 was presented to the team at the Giro d’Lombardia and will hang in Deceuninck – Quick-Step’s Belgian Service Course, a fitting reminder of the team’s achievements. The riders were stoked to receive the frame and find their names and victories called out in the graphics. The Tarmac Disc, the most complete race bike in the world, is the perfect frameset to celebrate the team’s season long success, success around the globe.

“We’re thrilled to celebrate our riders and our victories with Specialized and this very special frame. The riders truly enjoyed finding their names and wins incorporated into the bike’s design. We’ve been partners with Specialized for 11 years and we all work tirelessly to achieve this success, so this bike will hang in a place of honor at our Service Course in Belgium as a reminder of all we have achieved together and all we can achieve in the future.” Said Patrick Lefevere, Deceuninck – Quick-Step Cycling Team CEO.

Only 199 Deceuninck – Quick-Step LTD Tarmac Disc framesets are available to riders globally for $5,500 USD. It will be available for pre-order exclusively from Specialized Retailers on the 17th of October at 9am PST.

You can find a detailed list of the product the Deceuninck – Quick-Step won on below.

31 wins on Venge
29 wins on Tarmac Disc
5 wins on Shiv TT
1 win on Roubaix
45 wins with Evade, 16 Prevail II, 5 S-Works TT
41 wins wins in S-Works 7
6 wins on S-Works Turbo RapidAir Tires



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4 years ago

$5500…such a deal for a mass produced, big brand bike frame. So $1200 for the frame and $4300 for the paint.
I guess this a way for Specialized to get their sponsorship money back

Marcin Wilczynski
Marcin Wilczynski
4 years ago

Another occasion for Specialized to make even more money on stock frame with “special edition” paint job. In this way they should celebrate more often. Lovely marketing. Well done Specialized!

4 years ago

I still have and ride an 09 Tarmac Pro frameset built with 10sp Record, Eurus tubeless and EC90Slx bars. I never removed the team Quick-step sticker on the top tube. Perhaps I can fetch an extra grand for it on the bay?

4 years ago

It is a nice paint job.

4 years ago

When Versace makes a bike it’ll be a big hit

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