Two new models to the Creo lineup

Two new models to the Creo lineup

Two new models to the Creo lineup

Specialized have released two new Turbo Creo SL Comp Carbon bikes, one to tackle the ever-popular gravel scene and the other its performance road-oriented cousin.

The lightest e-bike in its class, thanks to its FACT 11r carbon frame, the Turbo Creo SL Comp Carbon is kilograms lighter than the competition and 20 millimetres of travel make for a smooth, comfortable ride over harsh terrain.

Hydraulic disc brakes with front and rear thru-axles make for smooth and reliable braking on road and gravel surfaces.

The Creo SL’s are kitted out with the fully integrated SL 1.1 motor which amplifies your ride with 240 watts of assistance. The battery will last up to 80 miles and with the option to add a 40-mile amplifier, the Creo SL is ready to explore as far as your eyes can see.

The SL 1.1 is totally controlled from our Mission Control App, where you can fine tune the motor to suit your particular riding style. 

You won’t find a separate male and female model, the geometry of the Creo SL is the best fit for all, moving away from outdated gender bike assignments.

So, what are the new models?

Turbo Creo SL Comp Carbon

A new high-performance road bike joins the Specialized family, and it’s ready to dominate its category like so many others before it.

Maximise your riding potential on the Turbo Creo SL Comp Carbon, built with the power to conquer all terrains and conditions and to help you ride farther than you ever imagined you could. 

Equipped with Specialized Turbo Pro tyres and Open Road Geometry, the Carbon is a comfortable ride that handles like a dream. 

The Turbo Creo SL Comp Carbon is available in gloss dove gray / gold ghost pearl / rocket red, pro blue / vivid pink / black and stain carbon / holo reflective / black colourways.


Turbo Creo SL Comp Carbon EVO

Away from the hectic trappings of city riding, gravel trails are filling up with folk looking for their next adventure. The Turbo Creo SL Comp Carbon EVO is the perfect companion for such explorations.

Fitted with a similar spec to the Carbon, the EVO features a higher tyre clearance and some other off-road oriented components to help maximise your gravel riding potential.

These features include a long wheelbase, low bottom bracket and raked out fork to keep the bike stable at high speeds and help you take corners in complete control. 

Furthermore, as well as the Adventure Gear Hover handlebars, The Turbo Creo SL Comp Carbon EVO is equipped with an X-Fusion Manic Dropper Seat Post with 50 millimetres of travel which makes for better positioning on changeable terrain. 

The robust Pathfinder Pro 2Bliss Ready tyres make mincemeat out of gravel trails and are the perfect choice for rocky terrain. 

The Turbo Creo SL Comp Carbon EVO is available in navy/ white mountain/ carbon and sage green / black colourways. 

There are plenty of adventures to be planned with these Creo SL models in mind. Whether it’s wanting to feel the gravel crunching beneath your tyres on hitherto unconquerable terrain or taking on that mountain that previously had the better of you, the power and comfort of the Creo SL knows no bounds.

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