4 years ago1,000+ Views
The paint job on Mark Cavendish's custom Specialized Venge is seriously cool. It's green (what other color for one of the best sprinters of all time...) and sparkles from certain angles.
Cav's Etixx - Quick-Step team haven't just changed their name, they've also switched a few suppliers. FSA have stepped in to provide bars, stem (although Cavendish uses a beefed-up Zipp stem) and chainset. Powermeters are supplied by Power2Max - a relatively new company in just their 2nd year of WorldTour sponsorship.
@troygreene84 You are right, I believe the pictures are from a slightly older version and the newest version is in the video. Thanks letting me know, I didn't notice that
@BikeSnob The pictures must be from a slightly older version of his bike because a few things are different. The pictures have a ghost white SWORKS logo and FSA cranks!
@AnthonyB I didn't notice that, thanks for pointing that out. Pro-cyclists are usually so anal about being aero, I can't believe they don't do anything to cover it up and make it flush. I guess the cost of producing those would be too high
It's funny his Sworks still has the holes for internal routing but he has Di2! No need for that hole!
This thing is gorgeous! I think I'd love one in all green glittery