- Frameset: Prova Speciale Integrale
- Group: Shimano Dura-Ace
- Power Meter: SRM Origin Dura-Ace
- Wheels: Partington V2
- Tires: Vittoria N.EXT 32mm
- Saddle: Fizik 00
- Ceramic: Ceramicspeed coated bb, coated rear derailleur pulleys, coated hub bearings and coated headset bearings and pedal bearings
- Cockpit: ENVE
- Titanium: stem bolts, bottle cage bolts, brake pad retaining pins, brake caliper bolts, front derailleur mounting bolt
- Weight: 16.6 lbs (includes pedals, both bottle cages and computer)
- Pedals: Shimano Dura-Ace
While the number of Provas out in the wild is small, you can count the number of Speciale Integrales on your fingers. But you need only a single digit to count how many of those are covered in a calming creme base with soft green highlights.
The Integrale is Prova's sleekest model, with all the cables hidden inside via Mark Hester's handmade, half-printed, half-machined headtube and custom-designed and printed top cap making for one of the cleanest designs out there.
The paint idea came from a Ferarri SF90 that had the same creme color with oddly gorgeous lime green seats and looks as good on the bike as it does on the car. Throw in the painstakingly hand-polished titanium rear end, and it gets even better.
Shimano's Dura-Ace 12-speed electronic groupset handles the shifting and braking duties with the addition of as much ceramic as we could throw at the bike - pedal bearing, pulleys, bottom bracket, hubs and headset are all rolling on Danish ceramic, made by our friends at Ceramicspeed.
Fizik and ENVE comprise all the touchpoints (barring pedals).
Some of our new favorites here: the second-generation Partingtons are fast, very light and durable. They have hooked beads (thank you, Jon Partington) and work great with the Vittoria tires we used here.