Orange is the new Black

: The 2017 Specialized Shiv of Tim Don may not be completely orange, but it is a bright beacon in a sea of black carbon race bikes. But it is not just about looks here.

The Kona Q bike of Even Evensen

: Even Evensen of Oregon grabbed a Kona qualification spot in M65-69 at the 2016 Subaru IRONMAN Canada aboard this Specialized Roubaix road bike.

Tim Don's S-Works Shiv Tri

: Tim Don is not only fast, but smart and well liked by his competitors. Sadly before the 70.3 Worlds he crashed hard, but let's take a look at his S-Works Shiv Tri.

Camilla Pedersen's S-Works Shiv

: Camilla Pedersen grabbed the 2015 Ironman 70.3 European Champs aboard a Shimano and Zipp equipped Specialized S-Works Shiv, and we have detailed pics.

The S-Works Shiv of Sam Betten

: The 6'4" tall Aussie Sam Betten let us have a closer look at his Shimano equipped Specialized S-Works Shiv - ready for Ironman 70.3 Philippines.

A Hawaii themed Specialized

: At the 2015 Ironman European Championships in Frankfurt, Germany our man Karsten Täschner noticed a custom painted Hawaiian themed Specialized Transition.

The S-Works Shiv of Javier Gomez

: Javier Gomez was considerate the favorite for Challenge Dubai, but he fell ill before and did not recover in time. Here now is his Specialized S-Works Shiv Tri.

The Amira of Gwen Jorgensen

: As American Gwen Jorgensen is about to begin her 2015 season in Abu Dhabi we looked closer at her Specialized S-Works Amira race bike.

The stunning Ledesma Shiv

: Ricardo Ledesma is an architect who loves bikes and that passion shows on the S-Works Shiv he modified with a variety of custom crafted components.

Eric Limkemann's Specialized Shiv

: Eric Limkemann's season was perfected with the birth of a baby daughter, but the man also has to race hard now to provide. Here is his Specialized Shiv.

The Shiv of Dan Stubleski

: Dan Stubleski was the overall age group champion at the 2014 GoPro Ironman World Championships and we looked closer at his Specialized S-Works Shiv.

The Specialized Shiv of The Hoff

: Ben Hoffman had a spectacular race in Kona and finished second overall with a final time of 8:19:32, and we looked closer at his Specialized Shiv race bike.

Paula Findlay's Specialized Alias

: Canadian ITU superstar Paula Findlay raced in the Super Sprint Tri GP in Las Vegas this past week and we took a closer look at her Specialized Alias Pro.

The 74 Shiv of Jesse Thomas

: At the recent Pearl Izumi camp Timothy Carlson had a closer look at the 1974 color scheme inspired Specialized Tri Shiv of Jesse Thomas.

Introducing Specialized Alias

: Specialized launched a new women's specific beginner triathlon bike in Kona during the Ironman Worlds dubbed Alias and you can check out some details here.

1974 edition Rappstar Shiv

: Specialized athletes competing during the London Olympics were on bright orange bikes, and here in Kona the Specialized Pros ride 1974 paint scheme inspired Shivs.

The Shiv of Melissa Hauschildt

: We had a chance to look closer at the Specialized S-Works Shiv of Ironman 70.3 World Champion Melissa Hauschildt and here is what we found.

The Shiv Tri of Dylan McNeice

: At the 2013 DATEV Challenge Roth we looked closer at a few Pro bike setups and the Specialized S-Works Shiv Tri of Kiwi Dylan McNeice is one of those.

Alison Powers' S-Works Shiv

: Alison Powers of team NOW and Novartis is a very versatile bike racer and is considered a threat in any time trial. We looked closer at her Specialized S-Works Shiv TT.

Evelyn Stevens' S-Works Shiv

: Evelyn Stevens of Team Specialized-Lululemon won the 2013 Amgen Tour of California TT on an S-Works Shiv TT and we took a closer look at her bike.

The Shiv of Conrad Stoltz

: Conrad Stoltz is best known for his XTERRA domination, but the tough South African also ventures onto the road. We took a look at his race ready Specialized S-Works Shiv.

Melissa Hauschildt's Shiv

: Melissa Hauschildt added the 2013 Abu Dhabi International Triathlon title to her resume and here we look at her race ready Specialized S-Works Shiv.

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