The Power To Ride More Trails
The all-new Turbo Levo is a ground-up redesign of a bike that doesn’t just set the bar for e-mountain bikes—it embodies it. Specialized took everything that they learned from the latest Stumpjumper’s development and incorporated it into a slimmer, stiffer, more playful frame design. Specialized dropped pounds from the frame and motor. In the process, they made their lightest and best handling full-suspension, e-mountain bike to date.
The Ride Comes First
After more than three years designing today’s Stumpjumper, Specialized took everything they learned and crafted a new, purpose-built Levo frame. The result is a stiffer, lower-slung Levo that’s even easier to maneuver in technical terrain. They have also optimized weight distribution for a lower center of gravity and a nimbler, more planted feel.
More Miles From Every Charge
Using the most advanced lithium-ion technology, Specialized has increased battery capacity by 40%, while integrating that capacity into a significantly smaller down tube. They have also created a durable housing to protect the battery, and strategically placed the cells to provide the Levo with an ideal weight distribution for even better handling.
It's You, Only Faster
The goal was to create the smoothest, quietest, and most efficient motor out there. Specialized did just that with a new magnesium-bodied Specialized 2.1 motor is directly mounted to the frame. It’s not only significantly lighter and smaller than its predecessor, it’s also more powerful. This amplifies your input by 410% with absolutely zero awkward surges in power. The motor features a belt drive design, an integrated speedometer, and power meter that measures speed and pedaling effort.
Customize Your Ride
This Turbo is even smarter than before. In the center of the top tube, you’ll find the Turbo Connect Unit that connects the bike, via ANT+ and Bluetooth®, to Specialized's Mission Control App. You can easily customize motor characteristics, monitor your power use, control your range, perform basic system diagnoses, and even record and upload rides. New to the app is the Shuttle Mode feature, which takes the sting out of long, painful limbs by giving you maximum motor support with less effort at the pedals.
The Ultimate e-Mountain Bike
Taking nods from the Stumpjumper, the Levo is a fully progressive trail bike. Specialized has lengthened the reach, kept the chainstays nice and short, and maintained a low center of gravity. They’ve also carried over a few other details from the Stumpjumper.
To lighten and stiffen the frame, Specialized developed a new frame design. This sidearm design increases efficiency and performance by directly connecting the rear shock to the frame.
This feature allows you to change the frame geometry while you ride. “Flip the chip” and change the bottom bracket height by 6mm and the head tube angle by half a degree. All you need is a hex wrench.
The Levo features a chainstay protector designed to dampen the sound of chain slaps as you ride. Its innovative “wave” design breaks up the sound frequencies of the chain, giving you a quieter ride.
Every bike has been fine-tuned by the Specialized Suspension Team. Taking into account the specific design of each frame, the bike is tuned to give you the ability to adjust to your liking with ease.
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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.