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2024 Specialized Bikes Buyer's Guide

  • Find the right road, gravel or MTB for you

    2024 Bike Guide

    Choosing the right bike is a pivotal decision for every cyclist, whether you're a seasoned rider or just starting. The perfect bike not only enhances your performance but also ensures comfort, safety, and enjoyment regardless of the terrain.

    Specialized Bikes, known for their innovation and quality, offer a range of models suited to different types of cycling. This guide will help you navigate through options to find the Specialized bike that's right for you, separated into mountain, road, gravel, and electric bike sections.

Which Specialized Bike Is Right For You?

When choosing a Specialized bike, consider your riding style, preferred terrain, and goals. Each model is designed with specific riders in mind, ensuring that whether you're climbing mountains, racing on roads, exploring gravel paths, or enjoying the convenience of an electric assist, there's a Specialized bike that's perfect for you.

Our guide will give you a full over view of Specialized's current 2024 offerings and some of our top picks.

TPC - The Pro's Closet is the leader in buying and selling new and Certified Pre-Owned used bikes. With over 150,000+ customers served and 45,000 bikes sold. Talk to an expert Ride Guide today to find the right Specialized bike for you.

Learn about Specialized's line of full-suspension & hardtail MTBs

Specialized Mountain Bikes

Specialized offers a diverse range of mountain bikes designed to cater to various riding preferences and skill levels. From the hardtail efficiency of the Rockhopper, perfect for newcomers and those seeking a pure cross-country experience, to the full-suspension prowess of the Stumpjumper, ideal for riders aiming for more aggressive trails and enduro racing.

Each bike in their lineup is engineered with cutting-edge technology and design, ensuring optimal performance, durability, and comfort for every rider out on the trails.

2024 Specialized Mountain Bikes

Cross Country Bikes


The Specialized Epic is a super fast cross country race bike built around 75mm - 120mm travel. Comes in either a hardtail or full-suspension package. New for 2023 Specialized introduced the S-Works Epic Word Cup. This new frame design features an integrated rear shock providing 75mm of rear suspension travel.
Price Range: $3,600 - $14,500


Specialized's budget friendly hardtail MTB. Forks have 100mm of front travel with two builds available. The Chisel and Chisel Comp with a slightly higher build level.
Price Range: $1,800 - $2,400


A durable mountain bike perfect for those just getting into the sport. The Rockhopper is a great aluminum hardtail mountain bike available in both 29" or 27.5" wheels.
Price Range: $650 - $1,300

Trail Bikes


A legendary MTB that has been around for decades. Specialized denotes the Stumpjumper as "the ultimate trail bike". These MTBs range from 130mm to 150mm of travel, perfect for flowy trails or technical descents.
Price Range: $4,000 - $11,500


Its all in the name. The Specialized Enduro is designed to tackle the gnarliest courses presented on the Enduro circuit, and still maintains the ability to pedal efficiently to the top. This bike features 170mm of both front and rear travel with coil options.
Price Range: $5,400 - $7,000


Known as the aggressive hardtail in Specialized's lineup, the Fuse is a great budget bike for the hardtail enthusiast. The Fuse features a 130mm travel fork.
Price Range: $1,500 - $3,000


Ideal for the bike park or the steepest trails you can access, the Status is a 160mm aluminum mountain bike made for those who send. A frameset is also available with 140mm travel and a Fox rear air shock.
Price: $3,000

Downhill Bikes


Built to handle World Cup tracks under the likes of Loic Bruni and Finn Iles, the Demo is a serious DH race bike. Take it to your local bike park, shuttle trails, or home made locals and you will know why this bike reigns supreme. With 200mm travel and 29" wheels up front and 27.5" out back, this bike zips around corners like a roller coaster.
Price Range: $5,600 - $7,100

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From aero racing rigs, to lightweight climbers

Specialized Road Bikes

Specialized road bikes stand at the forefront of cycling innovation, catering to a diverse array of riders, from the professional peloton to the weekend warrior. Renowned for their cutting-edge technology, lightweight frames, and aerodynamic designs, these bikes aim to deliver unparalleled performance on the pavement.

Whether it's for competitive racing, long-distance endurance rides, or brisk daily commutes, Specialized provides a range of models to suit various needs and preferences, each engineered with precision and the rider's experience in mind.

2024 Specialized Road Bikes

Performance Road Bikes


A featherweight road bike made for climbing but still able to maintain what Specialized calls a "sublime ride quality". A size 56cm Aethos comes in at 6.2kg or 13.6 lbs.
Price Range: $4,500 - $15,500


A budget friendly alloy road bike, the Allez is great for those just starting their road experience. Rebuilt from the Tarmac, the Allez uses Specialized's Smartweld technology to create a lightweight, durable road bike. The Allez comes in around 22 lbs.
Price Range: $1,200 - $3,500


Blurring the line between endurance road and gravel, the Roubaix features the Future Shock 3.0 to help dampen rough surfaces. Able to run up to 38c or 40mm tires, the Roubaix is the perfcet travel companion for all adventures. A size 56cm Roubaix weighs as light as 16.1 lbs.
Price Range: $2,800 - $14,000


The ultimate race bike, the Specialized Tarmac is designed for all out speed, whether sprinting, climbing, or descending, the Tarmac does it all. The aero frame reduces drag while the Ride-First Engineered frame delivers great riding characteristics. A carbon Tarmac weighs around 16.4 lbs.
Price Range: $3,800 - $14,000

Shiv TT

Specialized's most aerodynamic road bike, designed for time trials its built to sprint at top speeds against the clock. Currently only offered as a frame-only option, the Shiv TT is your go-to time trial bike.
Price: $6,000 (frame only)

Gravel / CX Bikes


The Diverge is a versatile gravel bike made for rough roads and gravel surfaces. The Diverge can run up to 47mm 700c wheels and 2.1" 650b wheels for MTB-like grip. New for 2024 is the Diverge STR with Future Shock technology combining both front and rear suspension offering a full-suspension feel with road bike efficiency. (20mm front / 30mm travel rear)
Price Range: $1,300 - $8,500


Specialized denotes the CruX as "a lightweight gravel bike with high tire clearance." The CruX can be a great cyclocross race bike or gravel road explorer. Able to fit up to 47c tires or 2.1" 650b wheels, the CruX is ready for the roughest roads you can find.
Price Range: $4,000 - $12,250

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Specialized Electric Bikes

Specialized electric bikes represent a revolutionary advancement in cycling technology, melding efficiency with excellent performance. Designed with the casual rider and the avid cyclist in mind, these bikes utilize electric motors to assist with propulsion, making challenging terrains and longer distances more accessible and less exhausting.

From urban commutes to off-road adventures, specialized electric bikes offer a versatile solution for various needs, promoting not only an active lifestyle but also a green mode of transportation.

2024 Specialized Electric Bikes

Electric Road Bikes

Turbo Creo

Known as a capable electric road & gravel bike, the Turbo Creo is perfect for those who want it all. With a 5 hour range, the new Turbo Creo has 33% more power than the previouse model. Able to accept up to 47c or 2.2" tires, the Turbo Creo can handle all terrains.
Price Range: $4,500 - $14,000

Electric Mountain Bikes

Turbo Levo

An award winning e-MTB, the Turbo Levo has 150mm of suspension front and rear. Available in both carbon and aluminum, Specialized makes the Turbo Levo for all MTB applications and price ranges. With a 29" front rear and 27.5" rear, this MX MTB is still light enough to handle like your normal MTB with the added benefit of e-assist.
Price Range: $3,800 - $15,000

Turbo Kenevo

The most capable e-MTB, the Turbo Kenevo has 170mm of suspension with a similar suspension design as the famous Specialized Enduro MTB. With 33% more power than its predecessor, the Kenevo can take you on extended backcountry missions to find the gnarliest trails in half the time.
Price Range: $9,000 - $14,000

Electric Active / Commuter Bikes

Turbo Como

Perfect for commuting or daily cruises, the Turbo Como is a step-through upright bike made for comfort. Attach your favorite baskets and storage mounts, the Como is easy to use and comfortable for all ages. Rocket up any hill with the Turbo Como's motor, its 4x faster than a standard commuter bike.
Price Range: $3,000 - $4,750

Turbo Vado

Perfect for carrying groceries or your work essentials, the Turbo Vado is a lightweight commuter that can also provide a great workout. With two options available, the Standard Vado or Vado SL (40% lighter) there are options available for any need. Equipped with built-in bright lights, you can also ride with peace of mind for your safety on the roads or trails.
Price Range: $3,250 - $5,500

Turbo Tero

With the options for either a hardtail or full-suspension frame, the Tero is perfect for trail rides or urban commuting. Explore new trails or adventure in the wilderness, the Tero has enough storage to pack in everything you need for backcountry adventures. The fork offers 130mm travel in the front and for the suspension frames you get 120mm in the rear. With MX options you can navigate even the tightest trails.
Price Range: $3,250 - $6,500

Electric Cargo Bikes

Globe Haul

Available in two lengths, ST or LT for extra space, the Globe Haul is designed to carry everything you need, even an extra passenger if desired. The 772 watt-hour battery has a 60 mile range and can propel you up to 28 mph with its optional throttle system or standard pedal assist.
Price: $3,500

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Used Specialized Bikes

Buying a used Specialized bike is a cost-effective and environmentally friendly choice that enables cyclists to enjoy high-quality craftsmanship without the premium price tag of a new model. Specialized bikes are renowned for their durability, innovative design, and performance, making a pre-owned option a smart investment for both novice and experienced riders.

Purchasing a Certified Pre-Owned (CPO) bike from The Pro's Closet simplifies the buying process, ensuring that each bicycle is thoroughly inspected and professionally tuned by experts. This guarantees that the bike meets high standards of quality and reliability, providing peace of mind and immediate readiness for the road or trail ahead.

How To Buy Used Specialized Bikes

Buying used has never been easier with The Pro's Closet. Out expert in-house mechanics go over every detail of the bike to make sure any parts that are worn or damged get replaced and tuned. All of our used Specialized bikes for sale receive our CPO badge so you can ride with confidence straight out of the box.

CPO bikes are gently ridden used bikes that have been meticulously inspected, restored and serviced. Every CPO bike is cleaned, tuned and tested in our top-of-the-line Colorado headquarters. All of our Specialized bikes receive a multi-point inspection and service. Your bike will arrive clean, nearly assembled and ready to ride.

Once you make your decision, we ship our CPO bikes in a RideFast box that makes assembling your bike an easy process that can be completed in less than 15 minutes!

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How To Sell Used Specialized Bikes and Find Their Value

Selling your used bike is a simple process with TPC and can take as little as 48 hours to complete.

1. At TPC, we require two pictures of your bike, a driveside and non-driveside view. Once you take these pictures you can upload them to our Sell//Trade portal.

2. Next we will ask you to fill out some basic details about your bike like year, model, and any other info you would like to disclose to help us give you a fair estimate, such as any upgrades you have made.

3. Once we receive and go over the information you have provided, in 48 hours or less we will send you an estimate for how much we can offer you for the bike. Payment options include cash or store credit.

And thats it! Finding the used value of your Specialized bike is an easy process and makes upgrading your ride a hassle-free experience.

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