TURBO CREO SL
IT’S YOU, ONLY FASTER
THIS IS THE FUTURE OF PERFORMANCE ROAD
Flatten your climbs, laugh at headwinds, ride farther, and go faster than you ever imagined. That’s what the all-new Specialized Turbo road bike is all about. Because, let’s be honest, riding faster is just more fun.
Turbo Creo SL—It’s You, Only Faster.
EXPLORE THE NEW 2020 SPECIALIZED TURBO CREO SL
SO LIGHT YOU’LL FORGET IT’S ELECTRIC
The Turbo Creo SL isn’t just the lightest e-bike in its class, it’s literally kilograms lighter than the competition at just 12.2kg (26.8lbs) for the S-Works Creo SL. The frame is made out of FACT 11r carbon, and Specialized designed it to handle like a Tarmac to inspire dancing on the pedals and diving into corners. And with the Future Shock 2.0, and its adjustable damper, it suspends you, not the bike, to deliver more control, confidence, and comfort.
SMOOTH. QUIET. POWERFUL.
Ultralight and whisper quiet, the Specialized SL 1.1 motor doubles your effort with silky smooth power delivery—power that feels like it’s straight from your legs. No unnatural power curve, lurching, or motor jumps. It delivers up to 240 watts of power that are in sync with your cadence all the way to 28 mph for real- world road riding. And when you want to pedal unassisted, there’s no drag holding you back.
With up to 80 miles of range from the internal battery alone, the Turbo Creo SL lets you enjoy the power, not worry about the range. The Range Extender provides up to 40 additional miles of mountain-flattening power. The internal battery offers 320Wh, while the Range Extender is a 160Wh battery. The Turbo Creo SL’s internal battery can be charged in as little as 2 hours and 35 minutes. Every rider and every ride are different, so Specialized created a Turbo Creo SL Range Calculator to help you determine exactly how far you ride.
The Specialized Mission Control app has logged millions of miles because it offers an intuitive and seamless way to unleash your Turbo. Each of the motor’s three assisted riding modes can be tuned almost infinitely for both peak and sustained power delivery. Mission Control can even manage battery power automatically with Smart Control. Just tell it how far or how long you want to ride, and it will ensure you have the battery power to get there. It can record your ride, send it to third-party apps, and it even has an integrated power meter that can send your power numbers to an ANT+ head unit. While seamless connectivity comes standard with the Creo SL, connecting with Mission Control is always optional. The Turbo Connect Unit on the top tube gives you all the control you need to ride.
What are the Alabama Electric Bike Laws
According to People for Bikes, In Alabama, an e-bike is defined as a “motor-driven cycle.” As a motor-driven cycle, e-bikes are not subject to the same rules of the road as traditional bicycles.
E-bike riders must carry an operator’s license and are subject to registration requirements. E-bikes are not subject to insurance requirements. However, Alabama's Department of Motor Vehicles dodoes not recognize e-bikes as vehicles with these requirements and has no system for supplying registration and licensing. Therefore, riding an electric bicycle in Alabama is illegal.
Helmets are required and there is a 14 year age minimum for e-bike use. E-bikes are not allowed on sidewalks and bike paths.