You are viewing a Specialized Crux cross / gravel bike, that is in very good to excellent condition. Please examine the photos carefully, and you will see that this bike has not had a lot of use.
Everything looks good, has been well-cared for, and functions as it should. That the bar tape is original and looks as good as it does says a lot about the use the bike has received.It is a size 46.5cm, or small / extra small. I would guess that this fits someone 5'0" to about 5'5", depending upon saddle height, saddle set back, and stem length. This was my wife's gravel bike, and she is 5' 1/2. The bike was Specialized's top-of-the-line cyclocross bike when new. It has a full carbon (Specialized's Fact 10R) frame and fork, 10/20-speed Shimano Di2 shifters and derailleurs, hybrid hydraulic/mechanical TRP disc brakes, a carbon fiber Specialized crankset, carbon fiber Roval tubeless-compatible wheels, a carbon fiber Specialized "Cobble Gobbler" suspension seat post, and Specialized carbon fiber handlebars. With that much carbon fiber, the bike is quite light for a full-on cyclocross / gravel bike. The bike's battery for the Di2 gear is integrated into the seat post. That's very well protected for'cross / gravel riding. The bike has a Specialized Ruby (gel) saddle on it. I have other saddles if the Ruby is not your personal choice. Use "ask a question" on this listing to find out if I happen to have your favorite saddle in stock. Also, the current stem is an 80mm by 3T. I have other length stems available. A word on the TRP brakes: I find these HIGHLY effective, with plenty of stopping power and excellent modulation, without the increased weight or problems associated with Shimano's hydraulic units where the master cylinder is located in the levers, which have been known to leak. I've been waiting now for over two months for Shimano to replace one of my hydraulic "brifters" for what my local bike shop tells me is this known issue. I do not have the Shimano battery charger to go with the bike. My experience is that, with a full charge, these batteries will maintain sufficient charge for full functioning of the derailleurs for over 100 hours of riding time. That should give you more than a month of normal use to locate a charger. Also, there are 3-4 small imperfections / rock chips on the underside of the down tube. I will photograph and post something here when I can get better light tomorrow. They are cosmetic only, and only affect the decals / clear coat of the frame. Last, the decals on this model were known for developing small, barely visible lines of separation. They will not show in a photograph. However, I like to be totally honest and complete in my disclosure.
Other than these cosmetic items, there is nothing to remark on in terms of meaningful flaws. The bike is in very good condition, and has been used sparingly.
My packaging borders on the OCD. All frame tubes are wrapped in closed cell tubular foam, a fork brace is secured in the fork ends, a disc separator is used between the disc brake pads so that the pistons cannot be hyper-extended by an accidental squeeze of the brake lever when the front wheel is removed.
The saddle and seat post will be removed and wrapped separately. The handlebars will be removed and zip-tied to the foam-wrapped top tube.
Local pick-up is available, too, here in Austin. Local pick-up is free, of course. Question received: What year is the bike? This bike was built in 2015 or 2016 (I don't remember) from a 2014 Specialized Crux Pro frame set.You can find this frame set on the Specialized web site in their "bike archive" under resources. That this was built from a frame set explains the high quality build, which includes all of the carbon fiber components. A standard build would not have Roval carbon fiber wheels, the full suite of FSA carbon fiber components, and certainly not the upgraded carbon fiber Specialized "Cobble Gobbler" suspension seat post with integrated Di2 battery. I just noticed the reference to an S-works crankset in the title. I apologize, but this is a carry-over from a different listing.
The bike has, as is shown in the photos and described elsewhere, a FSA full carbon crankset. The item "Specialized Crux cross / gravel bike, Di2, Roval Carbon Wheels, S-Works crankset" is in sale since Sunday, September 6, 2020.
This item is in the category "Sporting Goods\Cycling\Bicycles". The seller is "oodabear" and is located in Austin, Texas. This item can be shipped to United States.