Specialized Dolce review

  • Price Paid:$800.00
  • User rating:
    (4)
  • Would buy again from this company: Yes
  • Used product for: 1 years 4 months
  • # of logged workouts:

"Good Entry level WSD bike. They had my size when I was purchasing that weekend. I'd definitely recommend this brand to any woman just entering into the world of triathlons or cycling. Although I'd probably steer them more towards the Ruby or the Allez depending on the budget. Don't get me wrong, I love this bike, my first (and only) for the time being in this sport. And if I decide to just cycle I'd still keep this one as my trainer and eventually upgrade to a lighter frame."tri_sandz

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Already put together at the bike store.

(4)

I jumped on and pedaled away, during the test ride. Bought it, and once I got it home, the same thing.

(4)

The funny thing is some of the specialized bikes that are sold as commuter bikes - similar frame. This one is Women's Specific Design.

(3)

Good for road bike a lot a tweaking for a triathlon bike

(4)

Good for an entry level road bike

(4)

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My 'crashes' have been the forgot I was clipped in and over I went. So nothing to really report there - no problems on the frame wise. Usually my body sustained more damage than the bike.

(5)

(4)

Not too much pink - lol.
This year has purple instead of pink on black.

(0)

Never used always went back to the local bike store where I purchased the bike.

(0)

I am probably not the professional to speak in this area. I am still relatively new to cycling. I've seen people round corners on a clunky bike looking as graceful as a gazelle, and I am about to fall over. I am sure it has it, but try it for yourself.

Excellent for someone not sure if they are going to do triathlons for a long period, but pretty sure they would at least keep up the cycling.

Hard to change around if you want to add horns and a bit o' gear for triathlons

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  • 12 people use
  • 126 workouts logged
  • 4531.86 miles / 335.32 hours logged