Even More Specialized Bikes are on Sale Now, Including eMTBs and Kids Bikes

Specialized has electric mountain bikes, kids bikes, and even a few of their lesser known (but value-oriented) MTBs and frames on sale.

Specialized isn’t done discounting yet. Today the brand has electric mountain bikes, kids bikes, and even a few of their lesser known (but value-oriented) MTBs and frames on sale.

Turbo Levo Comp Alloy

The Specialized Turbo Levo delivers an all-mountain experience with up to a claimed five hours of ride time thanks to its 700Wh battery. Adjustable geo takes the head angle from 65.5° down to 63° and the mixed-wheel Levo offers 160/150mm of Fox suspension travel front and rear.

Turbo Levo

The lower-spec Turbo Levo is on sale as well, offering similar geo and performance with a less expensive build kit.

Riprock 20 & 24

The Specialized Riprock is a great first or second bike for elementary-age riders with fat, knobby tires, disc brakes, and just the right gearing to tackle the green and blue trails. Singletracks tested the Riprock 24 last year and we were impressed with the quality of the build.

Status 140 & 160 Framesets

With so many bike parts finally available (and on sale!), this alloy Status frameset is the perfect blank canvas for a (budget) custom FS build. The Specialized Status is a mixed wheel trail (140) or enduro (160) frame featuring FSR suspension design, a threaded bottom bracket, and a Fox shock that’s sure to rip.

Fuse 27.5

The Specialized Fuse 27.5 is a hardcore-ish hardtail with 130mm of travel, a 66° head tube angle, and an alloy frame featuring internal routing that’s ready to party. This build comes with a dropper post, 2.3-inch tires, and hydraulic disc brakes.

Turbo Kenevo SL Comp

The Specialized Turbo Kenevo is an enduro bike with a kick. Featuring a carbon frame and downsized 320Wh battery, this SL build focuses on saving weight for a more playful ride feel down and up the trail.

Rockhopper Sport 29

The Rockhopper Sport 29 provides new riders a decent entry point into the sport with comfortable geo and plenty of gears to get up any hill. Hydraulic disc brakes provide good stopping power, and the Rockhopper is available in multiple colors.

The Rockhopper Expert ditches the front derailleur for a 12-speed SRAM drivetrain and upgrades the fork to a Rock Shox Judy, and is priced at $1,049.99 (was $1,400).

Roll 3.0

Specialized markets the Roll as a fitness bike for true beginners, but we’re getting serious Klunker vibes off this build. Check out the hydraulic disc brakes, 27.5×2.3″ tires, and 1x drivetrain. It’s not the most trail-worthy build but for cruising in town it should fit the bill.