Specialized Redefine E-Road Performance With The Turbo Creo SL

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Specialized have long-dominated the e-MTB market and now they are set to alter the road playing field with the release of the all-new Turbo Creo SL.

 

The e-road machine is based on a top-end platform and features some of the company's stand out technology including the Fact 11r carbon chassis - the same one on the S-Works model - and the new Future Shock 2.0 dampening system.

 

‘Lightweight, smooth, capable and lively with the power to flatten mountains, laugh at headwinds, and go farther than you ever thought possible. It's you, only faster'. Yes, that's how Specialized describe the bike in launch notes.

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The bike features Shimano Ultegra Di2 build with an XT rear derailleur and a wide-ranging 11- 42t cassette.

 

The company's proven Roval C 38 Disc carbon wheels are wrapped in 28mm Turbo Pro tyres to keep you rolling worry-free and super fast.

 

Filling out the build is the Future Stem Pro, alloy 'Expert Hover' bars, and the 'Body Geometry Power Sports Saddle'.

The Turbo Creo SL is impressive when it comes to weight as well at just 12.2kg for the S-Works Creo SL.

You can check out the full specs via this link.

 

 

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Want to take a closer look? Specialized will have a Turbo Creo SL on display at Bicycling Australia's 2019 Bowral Classic.

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