SPECIALIZED Turbo

Since 1974, Specialized had one goal: Innovate and inspire to improve riders’ lives. So, when we developed our first electric bike in 2009, we knew it had to ride and feel like a great bike first—something we’d really love to ride ourselves. We wanted you to feel like you were on a “regular” bike, but that somehow, you’d grown superhero legs. Our core mission still hasn’t changed. It’s now, and forever will be, our promise for every Turbo: It’s You, Only Faster.

A Ride For Every Rider

Californian-Designed, Swiss-Engineered

Taking a motor and battery off the shelf would be easy, but Specialized never compromises by just doing the “easy” thing. Instead, they developed their tech in e-Bike-obsessed Cham, Switzerland, and they tune the ride at the Morgan Hill, California headquarters. Specialized carves their own path to deliver electric bikes that ride like they’re truly you, only faster.

Specialized E-Bike Technology System

The Specialized e-Bike Technology System delivers smooth, powerful, and silent pedal-assistance, as well as maximum range and superior connectivity solutions. Of course, every aspect of the system works in perfect harmony with the bike. And while it’s not an easy route to go, real innovation rarely is.

Seamless Assistance

Specialized motors are incredibly smooth, powerful, and quiet. They amplify your input and disengage when you’re over top speed, or in “off” mode, to create a ride that’s free of unnatural resistance. The Mission Control App also lets you fully customize motor characteristics to your personal preferences.

Ride Anywhere

With best-in-class range, all Specialized batteries feature intuitive charging solutions and an advanced Battery Management System (BMS) that ensures optimal performance for a longer battery lifetime and maximum range.

Custom Connectivity

Turbo electric bikes connect your bike via ANT+ and/or Bluetooth® to the Mission Control App, Turbo Connect Display (TCD), or your other favorite third-party displays, devices, or apps. Get help managing your battery’s range, record rides, adjust motor output- it’s up to you to decide how you want to ride.