Specialized was founded in 1974 by Mike Sinyard, a cycling enthusiast who sold his Volkswagen Bus for $1,500 to fund a cycle tour of Europe. It's now one of the biggest bike brands in the world, and makes the best bikes on the planet.
Vous avez le choix : traîner des pieds et rester attachée au passé pendant que les autres passent des moments inoubliables sur les sentiers, ou enfourcher un Turbo Levo Comp FSR et faire l’expérience de la révolution électrique par vous-même.
Lorsque vous dévalez les sentiers sur le Turbo Levo Comp Carbon FSR, vous ne doutez pas un seul instant que vous pilotez un VTT à part entière. La seule chose qui trahit son côté électrique est le sourire éblouissant qui éclaire votre visage.
The new Turbo Levo Expert takes all of the “get gnarly” attributes of our newest trail bikes—like perfectly-tuned kinematics, a true Trail Geometry, and an optimally-stiff frame—and adds in cutting-edge tech the likes of which the e-MTB world has never seen.
We're all for pumping out hot laps hour-after-hour, but climbing back to the top, or burying your pride and getting a shuttle ride, tends to get old. Either your legs start bubbling with lactic acid like a marshmallow in a camp fire, or you're forced to miss the "perfect run" when it's your turn to drive. We get it, and that's why we've developed the...
If speed is at the top of your wish list, there's no better tool than the Women's Turbo Levo Hardtail 29. It takes the fast, fun, and efficient characteristics of our 29er hardtails and adds our exclusive pedal-assist technology to crank up those numbers on the radar gun.
Let's be real. Big descents are why we all ride mountain bikes, but climbing back up on a big-travel trail bike? That's a different kind of "tingly feeling," and hell, probably the reason why shuttling is even a thing. And while we're all for getting a hard workout in, it's nice to have some extra power when you need it.