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Turbo Creo 2 Expert

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Turbo Creo 2 Expert

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Road or Gravel? 5 miles or 5 hours? Climb or Descend? Suffer or Smile? More power or less weight? Creo 2 isn’t about having to choose. It’s about having it all. With more power, big range, lightweight, huge tire clearance, and Future Shock 3.0, it’s category defying, making previously impossible rides possible.

Technical Specifications

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Frameset

Frame

FACT 11r carbon, front/rear thru-axles, fully integrated down tube battery, internal cable routing, fender/rack mounts, 12x142mm

Seat Binder

Specialized Alloy, 31.8

Suspension

Fork

Future Shock 3.3 w/ Smooth Boot, 12x100mm thru-axle, flat-mount disc

E-Bike

Motor

New Specialized 1.2 SL Custom Lightweight Motor

UI/Remote

Specialized MasterMind TCU, percentage of remaining charge, 120 possible display configurations, MicroTune assist adjustment, over-the-air updates, ANT+/Bluetooth®, w/Handlebar remote

Battery

Specialized SL1-320, fully integrated, 320Wh

Charger

Custom charger, 48V System w/ SL system charger plug

Wiring Harness

Custom Specialized wiring harness w/ charge port

Cockpit

Handlebars

Specialized Adventure Gear Hover, 103mm drop x 70mm reach x 12º flare

Saddle

Body Geometry Power Expert

SeatPost

Trans-X Dropper, 50mm Travel

Stem

Future Stem Pro

Tape

Supacaz Super Sticky Kush

Grips

HANDLE BAR TAPE, SUPACAZ, BT-601OE, W/EXTRA TAPE(L:9CM) SUPER STICKY KUSH CLASSIC, PU LEATHER, , BLK

Brakes

Rear Brake

SRAM Rival eTAP AXS, hydraulic disc

Front Brake

SRAM Rival eTAP AXS, hydraulic disc

Drivetrain

Rear Derailleur

SRAM GX Eagle AXS

Shift Levers

SRAM Rival eTap AXS, hydraulic disc

Cassette

SRAM PG1230, 12-Speed, 11-50t

Chain

SRAM GX Eagle

Crankset

SRAM Alloy DUB Crank Arms

Chainrings

SRAM X-Sync Eagle, 107 BCD, 44T

Wheels & Tires

Front Wheel

Roval Terra C, 25mm internal width carbon rim, 32mm depth, DT 370 hub, 24h, DT Swiss Comp Race spokes

Rear Wheel

Roval Terra C, 25mm internal width carbon rim, 32mm depth, DT 370 hub, 24h, DT Swiss Comp Race spokes

Front Tire

Tracer Pro, 700x47c

Rear Tire

Tracer Pro, 700x47c

Inner Tubes

700x32/50mm, 48mm Presta valve

Weight

Weight

13.96kg (30 lb, 12.4 oz)

Weight Size

56

* Weights based on production painted frames as pictured. Actual weights will vary based on colourway, frame size, and component variation. Specifications are subject to change without notice.

Geometry

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495254565861
Crank Length165mm170mm172.5mm172.5mm175mm175mm
Handlebar Width380mm400mm420mm420mm440mm440mm
Stem Length60mm70mm80mm90mm100mm100mm
Saddle Width155mm155mm143mm143mm143mm143mm
Seatpost Length350mm350mm350mm400mm400mm400mm
Stack578mm578mm595mm607mm638mm663mm
Reach365mm374mm383mm392mm401mm410mm
Head-Tube Length90mm90mm108mm120mm153mm180mm
Head-Tube Angle71°71°71°71°71°71°
B-B Height270mm270mm270mm270mm270mm270mm
B-B Drop80mm80mm80mm80mm80mm80mm
Trail62mm62mm62mm62mm62mm62mm
Fork Length (full)405mm405mm405mm405mm405mm405mm
Fork Rake/Offset55mm55mm55mm55mm55mm55mm
Front-Centre600.1mm609mm623.8mm636.6mm656.2mm673.8mm
Chain-Stay Length435mm435mm435mm435mm435mm435mm
Wheelbase1022mm1031mm1046mm1059mm1079mm1097mm
Top-Tube Length (horizontal)531mm540mm554mm572mm590mm613mm
Bike Stand-Over Height731mm743mm773mm793mm824mm852mm
Seat-Tube Length410mm430mm470mm500mm530mm560mm
Seat-Tube Angle74°74°74°73.5°73.5°73°
Geometry

Rider Reviews

  • 5
  • 5 Reviews
 

Great Bike

Similar to another reviewer, I'm 72 and have health issues, specifically a knee that's been replaced twice and can no longer handle the steeper hills in Vermont where I live. I was riding my previous bike, a Diverge, less often and limiting myself to flatter courses. The Turbo Creo 2 Expert has given me the freedom to ride anywhere again. I've put about 800 miles on the bike in the last eight weeks and loved every minute. It's fast, even without the assist. Of course the range depends on how often you use the assist. For perspective, today I rode a little over 20 miles with an elevation gain of 1,279 feet and used about 35% of the battery. The only negative I can list has nothing to do with the bike but rather with the manual and app. The display is incredibly versatile, but the manual/app do not make it easy to understand how to access all of its capabilities. A call to Specialized customer service gave me the information I needed.


Name:
Frederick

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Keeps me on the road

At 72, after decades of road cycling, but in declining health, I was riding less as I was faltering on tougher climbs and frankly fearful of not finishing a ride if my symptoms began to flair up. The Turbo Creo 2 is the perfect fit for my needs. Even without battery assist, it's a very smooth ride and doesn't feel like 31 pounds. A few tweaks and 38c tires give it more of a road vs. gravel bike feel. Shifting, braking, cornering and overall handling are huge improvments over my old Roubaix and Diverge. Plus, the clean silhouette and battery hidden in a relatively thin downtube make this a great looking road machine, not a bulky, wonky "E-bike." I'm back to riding daily, enjoying the thrill, and with a new measurement of performance: using less and less battery power from ride to ride. It's great to be improving, and comforting to know help is there if I need it. I feel like a cyclist again, not just a man on a bike.


Name:
Mark

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Wonderful Bike

Just perfect; a versatile and relatively light bike where everything works as expected. Great on the road with the tubeless 38s. Solid & steady on light gravel. Seamless operation with a very quiet and powerful motor. Looking for years of enjoyment from this addition to our collection of bikes. Plus, it looks fantastic in white. Added a Tubus rack to expand on the utility of this fine machine. So far, after about 200 miles the range is in line with what was advertised.


Name:
Steve

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Very nice

Great bike. Now give us an eroadbike. Plenty of egravelbikes out there. I don’t need clearance for mountain bike tires, or need a shock in my steering tube on my road bike. See Pinarello Nytro E7. Hint hint. I know Specialized can do it


Name:
Ken

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The Assist Never Gets Old

I’ve been enjoying my Creo Turbo for the past 3 seasons. It looks like some of the new features have improved the bike, which was already awesome. As the riding season in New England wanes, my cycling mates still tease me about the pedal-assist. Yeah, 3 years later and they still comment on it. Maybe it will stop when they finally upgrade.

Would Recommend?
Yes!

Name:
John K.

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