This might be the best-looking Shiv you'll ever see. After months of planning, preparing, hoarding gear, and showing you teaser shots, TriRig's Specialized Shiv build is complete. This is my personal ride, and a build I care a lot about. It's dressed in several prototype TriRig products, got a full custom treatment for internal Di2 routing, and there's nude carbon everywhere. But just because it's complete doesn't mean it's finished - I'll continue to tweak certain components as the year goes on (like, for example, upgrading the Ultegra Di2 to Dura-Ace Di2). For more info on this stunning Shiv, click through to the full article.
Another thing I love about the Shiv: it uses BB30 (Specialized still calls it OSBB, but they're now identical). This means I get to use my favorite crankset, the Lightning SL. This one is 165mm - I switched to 165's about two years ago, and never looked back. I slapped on the equally-awesome Fibre-Lyte chainrings and the TriRig Mercury pedals. I don't think there's a lighter production crankset/pedal combo anywhere.