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Electra Townie Go! 8i Ladies
Go to the market. Go to the beach. Go get coffee. The Electra Townie® Go! is an easy-to-use, fun-to-ride, pedal assist bike with surprising power that’ll make you want to go forever. You can flatten hills and shorten distances with the Bosch Performance System and four levels of power support from Eco to Turbo mode. Multi-gear functionality lets you control output and battery life.
Santa Cruz Bronson R Aluminum
When we introduced Bronson, it took the market by storm, redefining what people expected from a 150mm trail bike. Equally at home in the Trans-Provence as it was on The Ridge, updating and improving it was going to be no small feat. The most visible upgrade is the completely new VPP® link arrangement. The lower link tucks neatly above the bottom bracket, fully-recessed and protected from impacts. Meanwhile the box-section upper link now mounts cleanly to the top tube and enhances lateral stiffness as a result. Shock rate’s been refined in the process too, delivering greater small bump sensitivity and a more progressive mid-stroke. Geometry has also evolved subtly to meet demand from riders for a bike of this ilk. The seat tube angle’s been steepened, placing the rider right above the cranks and perfectly in position to lay down the power. Meanwhile a one-degree slacker 66 degree head tube angle combines with a 20-25mm longer top tube and shorter chainstay length to create an evermore rally-ready geometry than its predecessor.
Santa Cruz Bronson R Carbon
When we introduced Bronson, it took the market by storm, redefining what people expected from a 150mm trail bike. Equally at home in the Trans-Provence as it was on The Ridge, updating and improving it was going to be no small feat. The most visible upgrade is the completely new VPP® link arrangement. The lower link tucks neatly above the bottom bracket, fully-recessed and protected from impacts. Meanwhile the box-section upper link now mounts cleanly to the top tube and enhances lateral stiffness as a result. Shock rate’s been refined in the process too, delivering greater small bump sensitivity and a more progressive mid-stroke. Geometry has also evolved subtly to meet demand from riders for a bike of this ilk. The seat tube angle’s been steepened, placing the rider right above the cranks and perfectly in position to lay down the power. Meanwhile a one-degree slacker 66 degree head tube angle combines with a 20-25mm longer top tube and shorter chainstay length to create an evermore rally-ready geometry than its predecessor.
Santa Cruz Bronson S Carbon
When we introduced Bronson, it took the market by storm, redefining what people expected from a 150mm trail bike. Equally at home in the Trans-Provence as it was on The Ridge, updating and improving it was going to be no small feat. The most visible upgrade is the completely new VPP® link arrangement. The lower link tucks neatly above the bottom bracket, fully-recessed and protected from impacts. Meanwhile the box-section upper link now mounts cleanly to the top tube and enhances lateral stiffness as a result. Shock rate’s been refined in the process too, delivering greater small bump sensitivity and a more progressive mid-stroke. Geometry has also evolved subtly to meet demand from riders for a bike of this ilk. The seat tube angle’s been steepened, placing the rider right above the cranks and perfectly in position to lay down the power. Meanwhile a one-degree slacker 66 degree head tube angle combines with a 20-25mm longer top tube and shorter chainstay length to create an evermore rally-ready geometry than its predecessor.
Santa Cruz Nomad R Carbon
The Nomad's reputation is built on consistently pushing the envelope of how DH a bike can get while still remaining usable on most trails. With each iteration we nudge the travel and geometry further towards the outer limits, and each time we surprise ourselves at just how completely rideable the end result remains. The fourth generation design sees a dramatic shift to the lower-link mounted shock configuration. This is the first time that learnings from years of V10 development have translated across to one of our trail bikes. The shock rate is now almost completely linear—which means feather-light small bump sensitivity right off the bat, a supportive midstroke and overall progression that you'd normally only experience on a DH bike. To keep the gravity vibe going we've ensured the Nomad can run both standard metric coil shocks and lighter air units to suit any preference. Full shock compatibility creates challenges when trying to cram everything into the precious bottom bracket area. But the continued evolution of our carbon tech means we're able to create a svelte, strong, swingarm/front triangle combo that's as much art as it is engineering. We even managed to squeeze in a flip-chip feature on the lower link too. Think of the high setting as "regular", the way the bike's mostly meant to be ridden, and the low setting as being closer to full on DH status. To handle all this new-found capability the geometry has adapted too. It's longer and lower-slung than ever to ensure maximum stability and confidence on absolutely everything. The whole package is crowned with a raft of subtle yet essential details. Bolt-on downtube protectors and shuttle guards act as a helmet for your frame—a replaceable front line against abuse. An integrated shock fender has also been added to keep crud out of the suspension. The crowning glory of the Nomad, however, has been in the making longer than the frame itself: the all new Santa Cruz Reserve carbon wheels. Spec'd on all the model year 2018 bikes, you can read more about how these wheels came into being right here.
Santa Cruz Nomad S Carbon
The Nomad's reputation is built on consistently pushing the envelope of how DH a bike can get while still remaining usable on most trails. With each iteration we nudge the travel and geometry further towards the outer limits, and each time we surprise ourselves at just how completely rideable the end result remains. The fourth generation design sees a dramatic shift to the lower-link mounted shock configuration. This is the first time that learnings from years of V10 development have translated across to one of our trail bikes. The shock rate is now almost completely linear—which means feather-light small bump sensitivity right off the bat, a supportive midstroke and overall progression that you'd normally only experience on a DH bike. To keep the gravity vibe going we've ensured the Nomad can run both standard metric coil shocks and lighter air units to suit any preference. Full shock compatibility creates challenges when trying to cram everything into the precious bottom bracket area. But the continued evolution of our carbon tech means we're able to create a svelte, strong, swingarm/front triangle combo that's as much art as it is engineering. We even managed to squeeze in a flip-chip feature on the lower link too. Think of the high setting as "regular", the way the bike's mostly meant to be ridden, and the low setting as being closer to full on DH status. To handle all this new-found capability the geometry has adapted too. It's longer and lower-slung than ever to ensure maximum stability and confidence on absolutely everything. The whole package is crowned with a raft of subtle yet essential details. Bolt-on downtube protectors and shuttle guards act as a helmet for your frame—a replaceable front line against abuse. An integrated shock fender has also been added to keep crud out of the suspension. The crowning glory of the Nomad, however, has been in the making longer than the frame itself: the all new Santa Cruz Reserve carbon wheels. Spec'd on all the model year 2018 bikes, you can read more about how these wheels came into being right here.
Specialized S-Works S-Works Roubaix Dura-Ace Di2
For years, you had to choose between stiff and snappy, or compliant and comfortable for a race-bike--that is, until the new Roubaix. Featuring a completely Rider-First Engineered frame, our Future Shock technology, and a top-level build kit, the S-Works Roubaix with Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 is right at home at a local fondo, a Saturday group ride, or a cobbled road race.
Specialized CruX E5
It doesn't matter if you're racing cyclocross or racing down a fire road, our CruXE5 will deliver tremendous performance at an undeniable value.
Specialized Diverge Comp
The Diverge Comp has been designed from the bottom-up to be a fully-fledged exploration machine. But now, it's also equally adept at crushing dirt climbs as it is to cruising to the coffee shop or hopping into a local group ride. And while it might sound cliche, in a landscape of bike claims chocked full with hyperbole, the Diverge Comp truly is one bike that does it all.
Specialized Diverge E5 Elite
We're adamant believers that you needn't have an elitist's budget to feel like one. Need proof? Take a look at the Diverge E5 Elite.
Specialized Diverge Expert
If you're like us, the last thing that you want is your bike holding you back from having the ride of your life. If you see rough roads or flowy singletrack, we want you to ride it, not think, "That looks fun, but i can't do it on this bike." We're tired of our fun being restricted, and that's why we developed the Diverge Expert. Now, you can get out there and not only explore new roads, but entirely new rides--we promise that the bike won't be a limiting factor.
Specialized Roubaix Expert
Sure, we always knew that smoother was faster, but before the Roubaix Expert with our Future Shock technology, we couldn't have imagined just how much faster being smooth actually is.
Specialized Ruby Elite
Who said that performance and comfort don't mix? It sure wasn't us, because our Ruby Elite combines the two in one seamless, unprecedented package.
Specialized S-Works Tarmac Di2
How good is the S-Works Tarmac Di2? In its first season, it won two Grand Tours and a world championship--not too shabby. With its Rider-First Engineered design that ensures peak performance across every frame, coupled with the legendary performance of the Dura-Ace Di2 11-speed build kit, it's no wonder that it's the bike of choice for riders like Vincenzo Nibali and Alberto Contador. If you're looking for the ultimate in complete road bike performance, look no further than the S-Works Tarmac Di2.
Specialized Tarmac Expert
Our S-Works Tarmac may be the optimal bike for winning a Grand Tour, but chances are, you're not going to be competing in Southern France this season. But when you need a bike that's ready to annihilate the competition on your training rides and local races, the new Tarmac Expert is pretty damn hard to beat.
Specialized Tarmac Pro
If you're obsessed with marginal gains and have the wallet to back it up, we made S-Works. But if you're obsessed with phenomenal performance but have a racer's budget, we know the feeling. Look no further than the new Tarmac Pro with Shimano Ultegra Di2.
Specialized Venge Elite
When we say that "aero is everything", we mean it. That's because we believe that advance aerodynamics provide an advantage that'll enhance any ride. And likewise, we believe that every rider should have access to the fruits of our labor in the Win Tunnel, which is why we created the Venge Elite.
Specialized Venge Pro Disc
If you're looking for an all-out, wicked-fast race bike, look no further than the Venge ViAS Pro Disc. Every facet of it was born in our Win Tunnel, so it's insanely stiff and snappy and has a 116-second advantage, compared to the Tarmac SL5, over 40km.
Specialized Women's Ruby Comp
We all benefit from comfort, but all too often, it comes at the expense of performance. Not anymore, though. With the Ruby Comp, you get next-level comfort from a design that's nothing short of revolutionary.
Trek Boone 7 Disc
Boone 7 Disc is our lightest, fastest cyclocross bike. It charges over barriers, through mud and sand pits, and can handle a heavy dose of beer spray from its top spot on the podium. This is our highest-end cyclocross build, with Front and Rear IsoSpeed, hydraulic disc brakes for all-condition stopping power, and a race-ready 1x11 drivetrain.
Trek Crockett 5 Disc
Crockett 5 Disc is the perfect introduction to the world of cyclocross. It's designed with cross-specific details, like a 1x11 drivetrain and a lightweight frame that's easy to carry over barriers, but it's so much more than just a cyclocross bike. It's equally at home on gravel and your morning commute as it is on the cross course.
Trek Crockett 7 Disc
Crockett 7 Disc is the Swiss Army knife of cyclocross bikes. Ride it to a cross race, podium, then comfortably take the gravel roads back home—all on a bike with a high-quality build that can stand up to any other bike on the course. If you're looking for a cyclocross bike that does it all and does it well, you're in the right place.
Trek Domane ALR 3
Domane ALR 3 is the most affordable IsoSpeed-equipped road bike in the Domane family. It has a quality aluminum frame and a solid parts group, but it's really the IsoSpeed decoupler that makes it an exceptional buy and the smart choice for riders who want to stay comfortable over long distances and rough roads.
Trek Domane ALR 4
Domane ALR 4 Disc the gateway to disc brake-equipped road bikes in our endurance lineup. It has all the trims that make it a fast, efficient, and dependable ride—like an IsoSpeed decoupler and a full Shimano Tiagra drivetrain—with the added benefit of hydraulic disc brakes for additional tire clearance and better stopping power in all weather conditions.
Trek Domane ALR 4 Disc Women's
Domane ALR 4 Disc Women's is the gateway to disc brake-equipped road bikes in our endurance lineup. It has all the trims that make a fast, efficient, and dependable road bike—like an IsoSpeed decoupler and a full Shimano Tiagra drivetrain—with the added benefit of hydraulic disc brakes for controlled stopping power and touchpoints designed specifically for women.
Trek Domane ALR 4 Disc Women's
Domane ALR 4 Disc Women's is the gateway to disc brake-equipped road bikes in our endurance lineup. It has all the trims that make a fast, efficient, and dependable road bike—like an IsoSpeed decoupler and a full Shimano Tiagra drivetrain—with the added benefit of hydraulic disc brakes for controlled stopping power and touchpoints designed specifically for women.
Trek Domane ALR 5 Disc
Domane ALR 5 Disc is a step up in disc road bike performance at an exceptional value. A lightweight aluminum frame, full 11-speed Shimano 105 groupset, wider tires, and rear IsoSpeed make it a great buy for riders looking for dependability, stability, speed, and adventure.
Trek Domane SL 6 Disc Women's
Domane SL 6 Disc Women's has all the road-smoothing advantages of a carbon frame with front and rear IsoSpeed, plus high-quality parts and wheels, disc brakes, and women's specific touchpoints that can provide a better fit from the start. It's a performance women's road bike that's both fast and comfortable—with disc brakes, high-end parts, quality wheels, and a lightweight carbon frame.
Trek Domane SL 7
Domane SL 7 is a lightweight, high-performance, endurance road bike that's smooth and efficient when you turn off the beaten path. A carbon frame, Front and Rear IsoSpeed, a performance electronic drivetrain, and Bontrager carbon wheels come together for a ride that's speedy, comfortable, and ready to explore.
Trek Domane SL 7 Women's
Domane SL 7 is a lightweight, high-performance, women's road bike that's smooth and efficient when you turn off the beaten path. A carbon frame, front and rear IsoSpeed, a performance electronic drivetrain, women's specific touchpoints, and Bontrager carbon wheels come together for a ride that's speedy, comfortable, and ready to explore.
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