Interactions with Specialized bikes on 99 Spokes over the last 30 days, adjusted for traffic volume by country.

Top Countries
  1. 🇺🇸 United States
  2. 🇬🇧 United Kingdom
  3. 🇨🇦 Canada
  4. 🇦🇺 Australia
  5. 🇩🇪 Germany
  6. 🇫🇷 France
  7. 🇪🇸 Spain
  8. 🇸🇪 Sweden
  9. 🇮🇹 Italy
  10. 🇲🇽 Mexico
Price Points
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eBikes
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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Which Specialized bikes are most popular?

The most popular Specialized model families are the Sirrus, Stumpjumper, and Tarmac.

Q: Does Specialized make eBikes?

Yes, Specialized manufactures both conventional bikes and e-bikes.

Recent Reviews
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The Specialized Roubaix Expert is sublime in many ways, but has one major flaw

Will Jones

A lack of mudguard mounts holds it back from being the ultimate ‘real world’ road bike

  • The Future Shock is genuinely brilliant

  • Seatpost flex makes long rides a breeze

  • Race levels of stiffness and power transfer

  • No mudguard mounts

  • Difficult to work on

  • Expensive

Sep 2022Read Review

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Specialized Turbo Tero 3.0 review

Mick Kirkman

A sweet-riding machine at its heart, but hampered by a lesser component spec and dull power delivery

  • Handling is neutral

  • Immediately easy to ride and steer

  • Gearing range doesn’t match the motor requirements for a faster cadence to operate properly

Sep 2022Read Review

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Specialized Turbo Como 3.0 IGH Review

Price: $3750.00 | Model Year: 2022 | A refined cruiser electric bike that's lighter than most. Incredibly approachable wave step-thru frame. It's more active and sporty with narrow handlebar and suspension fork. Smooth responsive Brose motor is custom tuned by Specialized. Available in three frame sizes, four colors, and several trim levels. The IGH stands for internally geared hub, and relates to the enviolo continuously variable transmission on this particular version.

  • A refined cruiser electric bike that's lighter than most. Incredibly approachable wave step-thru frame. It's more active and sporty with narrow handlebar and suspension fork. Smooth responsive Brose motor is custom tuned by Specialized. Available in three frame sizes, four colors, and several trim levels. The IGH stands for internally geared hub, and relates to the enviolo continuously variable transmission on this particular version.

  • Emphasis on safety with bright integrated lights, reflective decals, and reflective tires that are puncture resistant. The headlight is positioned very well, and the rear light wraps around the sides to expand your visual footprint. Included fenders are some of the best I have ever seen with sturdy build, excellent coverage, and water routing design. Powerful hydraulic disc brakes with adjustable-reach levers.

  • Gates Carbon Belt Drive is cleaner, quieter, and more durable than a traditional chain. All electronic parts are IPX6 rated against water and dust. The integrated battery pack looks beautiful, positions weight perfectly, but can be a little finicky to remove. Integrated USB-C port on the display panel supports the excellent Mission Control smartphone app, which allows trip planning and heart rate monitoring.

  • Pointy kickstand can sink into soft terrain. The long front fender may scrape on curbs and some tray style bike racks. The enviolo drivetrain is heavier and less efficient than a traditional cassette, adding some friction. Handlebar and stem are not easily adjusted or changed because they are so custom. Smartphone app required to dim display, turn off beeps, and activate the full warranty.

Sep 2022Read Review

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Specialized Stumpjumper EVO Comp

Jeremy Benson

The Stumpjumper EVO got a complete overhaul for 2021, taking it from a dedicated long and slack brawler to a genre-bending chameleon of a bike. 150mm FSR...

  • Highly adjustable geometry

  • Adaptable for terrain or riding style

  • SWAT storage

  • Plush suspension

  • Very stable and confident descender

  • Overkill for tame trails

  • Fox 36 Rhythm fork

  • Moderate weight

Sep 2022Read Review

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The Specialized Aethos Expert all-road bike in review

Tobias Hörsch

Our test team’s expectations of the Specialized Aethos Expert were very high. After all, the Specialized S-Works Aethos won our previous road bike group test by a large margin, albeit with a few upgrades. We put the stock Expert model featuring ULTEGRA Di2 components and a classic two-piece cockpit to the test to see if this model can fare just as well as an all-road bike, comparing it to six of this year’s best all-road models.

  • First-class handling

  • Quick acceleration

  • Pleasant level of vibration damping

  • Lots of all-round potential with the right upgrades

  • Tires are too skinny and offer limited reserves

  • Lack of integration

Aug 2022Read Review

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Specialized Stumpjumper Evo Alloy Comp review

Ben Haworth Amanda Wishart

The Specialized Stumpjumper Evo Alloy gets all the cool things that the carbon Stumpjumper has had for a few seasons now.

Aug 2022Read Review