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Haul ST


Haul ST

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Whatever you’re into, get more into it with the Specialized Globe Haul ST. It’s down for the ride. With 419 pounds of cargo capacity (rider included) up to 60 miles at a time, this fully customizable electric bike has the speed, power, range, and stability to get you wherever you need to go with whatever you need. With a grip of mounting opportunities you can bring the kids, a kayak, and stop on the way home for groceries. Don’t sweat it getting dark on you either. Integrated front and rear lights will have you dialed from dawn patrol to golden hour.

POWERED UP. The rear hub motor will have you zooming up hills with all your gear. Need a little extra boost to make it through an intersection safely? Crank up the power to get up to top speed quick, then dial it back and hit the pedals for max range.

INCLUSIVE. All bodies, all fun. The unique single size frame fits riders comfortably all over the size spectrum. Using the Retül database, the adjustable fit was designed to be perfect for you. Make it longer here, shorter there, and you're ready to ride comfortably. The low center of gravity means it’s easy to handle for a newcomer or a pro, loaded up or loaded down.

READY TO ROLL. The Globe Haul ST is ready to rock straight out of the box with an included MIK-compatible rear rack, full coverage fenders, integrated lights and center stand. D.I.Y. yourself into gear-nirvana, with a whole host of Globe accessories compatible with the auxiliary mounting points… It’s your Globe, we’re just living in it.

Technical Specifications

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Haul ST Premium Aluminum, Post mount disc brake, fender/rack mounts

Seat Binder

Alloy, Bolt-type, 39mm



Globe Steel, Post mount disc brake, fender/rack mounts



Telescoping, alloy, 2-bolt Clamp, 20mm offset, 34.9mm, 525mm


Globe, cargo 1.5X150mm quill stem


Globe closed end slip on type, 155mm


Specialized Body Geometry Comfort Gel


Globe, cargo, alloy, 12-degree backsweep, 80mm rise, 31.8mm. 700mm width


Front Brake

Tektro HD-T535, 4 piston caliper, hydraulic disc, 203mm rotor

Rear Brake

Tektro HD-T535, 4 piston caliper, hydraulic disc, 203mm rotor


Rear Derailleur

microSHIFT, short cage, 9-speed

Shift Levers

microSHIFT Advent, 9-speed


KMC e9S EPT, anti-rust coating, 9-speed w/ reusable Missing Link™


SunRace, 9-Speed, 11-36t


Forged alloy arm, alloy chainring guard, 160mm



Bottom Bracket

Square-tapered, 100mm BB width, 184mm spindle, w/ torque sensor

Wheels & Tires


20'', double-wall alloy, 50X20mm, 36h

Front Hub

Alloy, 6-bolt disc, 110mm spacing, loose ball bearings, bolt on, 36h


Stainless, 13g/2.3mm

Front Tire

Carless Whisper Reflect, 20X3.5

Rear Tire

Carless Whisper Reflect, 20X3.5

Inner Tubes

Schrader, 32mm valve



Globe custom tuned motor, alloy, 6-bolt disc, 9 speed freehub, bolt on, 36h


Globe handlebar remote HMI, State of charge, Ride Mode display, USB plug, BLE


Globe external battery, 772Wh, IPX7


Globe charger, 48V System w/ Globe system charger plug, AC power cord included

Wiring Harness

Globe wiring harness, IP65



Globe Cargo Drive, 1500 Lumen, remote switch, multiple modes.


Globe Cargo Drive, 50 Lumen


Globe, Short Tail, center mount


Globe, Short Tail, MIK HD interface, rail system


Globe Cargo fenders, w/headlight mount


Brass bell


Specialized Flat pedal



35.0kg (77 lb, 2.6 oz)

Weight Size

One Size

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


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Rider Reviews

  • 4.3
  • 38 Reviews

Love this bike! Very powerful up steep hills

I carried multiple kids on a long tail cargo bike without a motor, but I moved to a very hilly place and even after adding an after market motor the bike was was too difficult regularly. As a result, I was nervous about buying a bike online without being able to test drive it to confirm its power. I'm happy to share, the bike is powerful and very well make. I am able to climb steep hills with a passenger and I'm not even winded when I get to the top of the hill. I have some minor suggestions for improvement (shocks, bigger buttons on the controller), but overall I love the bike and would buy it again in a heartbeat. The whole family loves riding it. I added the passenger package and my seven year old can easily mount/dismount himself. I am happy I purchased the throttle (I knew this from previous experience with an e-bike--it helps when merging with traffic and getting started on hills) and the front basket. Also, the light is very powerful with multiple settings.



Nearly perfect

I am loving the Globe Haul ST as a commuter bike. It is loads of fun to ride and pushes the efficiency of a long bike commute. One shortcoming identified on my rides across town on bumpy city roads is instability in the battery mount, which causes the battery to loose contact with the terminals after hitting a few major road bumps. Loss of contact with the battery and terminal causes the bike power to shut down mid-ride. Zip ties between the frame and battery seem to have solved the issue, but it is a little disappointing that this work around would even be necessary. I’d like to see a more robust battery mount that can withstand treacherous roads that are navigated at the high speeds the haul affords.



We love our Haul

I have a Globe Haul Long Tail - and it's a family favorite. Weekends without cars? Count us in. Our bike now has about +600 miles on it, and it has been a grocery getter, farmer's market cargo, pickup kiddo from school, go get a coffee downtown preferred vehicle for our family. For the price and the customization options, can't imagine a better bike than this one... also, a great talking point, even after 1 year use we still get people pointing to us and asking about it!



Fun & Funky

I demo'd a bunch of bikes before I bought the Haul ST. This was far and away the most fun bike to ride and the quality felt good. I have about 100 miles on it and the good parts are: good battery life, fast, responsive, good accessories. The bad: Some weird squealing with the front tire. I haven't figured out yet what is rubbing. The electronics can be weird & don't always function the way they should. For instance sometimes when I try to increase the assist level, the lights turn off. Or sometimes the speed reading stops registering. None are a big deal but worth knowing about. Also - you don't necessarily need MIK accessories. I bought a basket from Ikea for the front and just zip-tied it to the front rack.



1 year update

After a year & about 2000 miles, no regrets. Bike's held up great with shifting, braking, battery life, electronics, and very minor crashes. Small drawbacks are easily overcome by the bike's sheer usefulness & fun factor. The throttle and front rack accessories have been useful and I used regular crates/bags on them just fine. Biggest issues have been getting flats on the rear tire--hard to get rear wheel off. More minor: size of the bike & location of battery can make it difficult to lock up to some bike racks, matte black paint chips easily, the rubber plugs for battery key/charger port fell off right away, disc brakes can rub a bit, & seat post's angle is awkward for my trailer's clamp attachment. The large built-in lights do a good job getting attention of car drivers, day or night. Bike is too heavy for stairs unless you're a powerlifter. But for rolling out of the garage and across town for work/errands across the seasons, this bike has been outstanding.



Good bike but be aware

The bike itself is great. Good battery life, tons of fun to ride however if you like getting nickel and dimed for accessories, this is the bike for you. Want to buy a child seat? Good luck finding a MIK HD compatible seat in the US that isn't expensive. Other seats won't work so we ordered one from the UK that was 1/2 the price and thats including the shipping. Want to add the basket to the front? Got to buy the rack, the basket and don't forget about the MIK HD adapter plate to attach the basket to the rack. Seems like its nothing but buying adapters and proprietary mounts for a standard (MIK HD) that hasn't caught on in the US yet. There are other electric bikes out there for the same or less money with more features and compatibility so make sure to do some research and be prepared to spend extra on the accessories for the accessories.



Great ride but several quality problems

Great bike with good power & range, fun handling, and smooth shifting. However, a couple of issues are holding me back from a decent review. First is seat adjustment - the two-clamp setup is difficult to adjust. After loosening the quick release, you need enough force to lift the 70-lb. bike off the wheels to make an adjustment. For a bike engineered around a universal fit concept, this is poorly done. Specialized recommends loosening the second clamp (a hex bolt) to reduce the pressure - not happening for a grocery run. Another issue is the brakes. The front began squealing several miles out of the box, and are still giving me issues two service visits later - frustrating on a costly purchase. Finally, the computer. Powering the bike on requires a long 4-5 second button press on a small button that doesn’t provide much tactile feedback. The software could use improvement as well; trip/odo/range/headlight settings need to be cycled to your preferred position every time you ride.



What a blast!

I wanted to write a novel about this bike to help paint the perfect picture, but the character limit on these reviews is too small. The bike is great, the box it comes in is great, the assembly process is great, the ride experience is great. If you're on the fence go test ride one, you'll be sold. Specialized please increase the review character limit! I want to gush about this bike and the awesome engineering all around!



I love this thing!

I've had this bike for five months now and couldn't be happier. I had an initial issue with the bike losing power but it was immediately corrected by Specialized and my dealer (probably a known defect) and zero issues since. I am joyful to ride this thing every day as I commute to work within the city or whenever I go grocery shopping. The bike is quick, powerful (for climbs), sturdy, has fantastic breaking power and very comfortable seating and tires. I recommend it hands down to whoever is considering an alternative to a car for commuting. Oh, the lights are fantastic as well. Only thing I'd improve is the on/off switch that's a bit too small.



Found my forever bike.

I had a different E-bike for about 2 years and it was heavy, had low weight capacity and seat was fixed. So, I sold it and continued my e-bike research. I chose the Globe Haul ST and bought from Bike Mart Fort Worth, and local support was important for me. I use the bike for commuting, family joy rides and date nights! Things I love + I ride in gear 8 or 9 and use the throttle up hills. + Globe Haul ST at 28 mph is next level! + I can raise the seat. + Locking system on electronic display. + The bell. + Tires feel solid on gravel and dirt. + Handlebars are really long. + Front headlight settings. + The bike is not as heavy. Things that still annoy me - Lowering my seat to ride moped style with passenger is really low, then it's difficult to raise up. - Buying throttle separate. - Want to fold up fixed passenger pegs. - Can't use rear panniers since I opted for the passenger kit. - Got an error message first day. The fix was easy, but annoying. - Cost is on the higher end.