Specialized are pulling the wraps off a broadly expanded Levo Gen 3 Alloy eMTB full power. With the introduction of the new Levo Comp Carbon, Levo Comp Alloy, and Levo Base Alloy, they’re now offering a combination of ride quality, power, and range to a wider range of riders. Levo is the distillation, application, and amplification of everything they know about mountain biking; a potent blend of chassis, suspension, geometry, and motor assist. And now, this incredible ride experience is more accessible, and more affordable, without any compromises.
Everything that makes the Specialized Levo Gen 3 Alloy eMTB special is still here, but they’ve expanded the range to include a Comp spec-carbon model, as well as two new offerings utilising durable alloy frame construction. Let’s recap the features that make these bikes so awesome:
- Power: The Turbo Full Power motor supplies up to 565 watts of peak power and 90Nm of torque – as much as quadrupling your efforts – but it delivers this ample power and torque in an intuitive and seamless manner for an incredibly natural feel.
- Range: Shattering limitations, the Levo Comp models 700 watt-hour battery can support you for up to five hours of ride time. The Base Alloy model uses the 500 watt-hour battery but Smart Control ensures that you won’t run out of juice, managing support levels to get you home. Now you can ride farther and explore more than ever before.
- Progressive Geometry: A steeper seat tube angle, longer front end, and more relaxed head tube angle with a reduced offset fork centres you on the bike, optimises traction and corner control, and enhances stability in the rough and at speed.
- Mixed Wheel Capability: A dedicated “Mullet” design with 27.5” rear and 29” front wheels allows short chainstays for nimble handling yet maintains the confidence inspiring large wheel up front for traction and stability, delivering a ride that carvescircles around other full-power eMTBs.
- Personalized Handling: Along with the updated geometry, we tore a page from the Stumpjumper Evo playbook and made that geometry super- adjustable. With six different settings, allowing you to fine tune the ride characteristics – for the Comp and Comp Carbon models, the head angle is adjustable three ways between 63 and 65.5 degrees. The bottom bracket can also be independently raised or lowered 7mm via the flip-chip on the Horst pivot, the flip chip adjustment is also available on the Base Alloy models.
- S-Sizing: Just like with the Enduro and Stumpjumper families, Levo is available in six sizes that are based on what matters most; rider size and style, not inseam.
- RxTune suspension: Levo’s 150mm rear/160mm front suspension has been custom tailored specifically in consideration of the power and speed that this bike can generate. Kinematics, leverage curves, damping and spring rates have all been developed to work together in harmony, delivering a highly controlled, responsive, and precise ride.
- The Power of Trust: Turbo Full Power System motor features a more robust belt for long-term reliable power delivery and a new firmware that further optimises efficiency and power output, providing an even smoother, more natural ride feeling. This motor is being used on all new Levos.