REVIEW – $13,000 2022 Specialized TURBO LEVO Pro eMTB

At $13,000, the new Specialized Turbo Levo Pro is far from affordable for a lot of riders. We’ve been riding this e-MTB in Bellingham, Washington, and Boise, Idaho for a few weeks, and thankfully the performance of the bike is spectacular, making us wonder if that price tag is worth it! With a 90nm Brose motor, the power is extremely high, but remarkably, there is very little noise on the trail and the power output has a very natural feel. There are no jerky movements or times wondering when the power output is going to kick in. This is also one of the quietest e-bikes we’ve ridden. If you really want to go big, the S-Works version of the Turbo Levo will run you $15,000 with SRAM AXS shifting and dropper post along with some other upgrades. Specialized has hinted at another model coming out in a few months, so we’re hoping it’s a more affordable version with the same motor and battery!

See the in-depth review on Vital MTB
https://www.vitalmtb.com/product/guide/E-Bikes,111/Specialized/Turbo-Levo-Gen-3-Pro,33456#product-reviews

Check out Vital’s eMTB Group Test with Trek Rail, Specialized Turbo Levo SL, Santa Cruz Heckler and Norco Sight VLT 29 – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H9-4rI5rBsA
2021 Specialized Levo SL for Race Training

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