Redefining capability and comfort
The Creo 2 boasts an ambitious redesign with updates that touch on every aspect of the bike, focusing on three crucial aspects: capability, amplification, and comfort. Weighing between 12.96kg and 14.47kg (for a size 56 frame), it's designed to be light but robust, making it the most functional and lightest drop bar e-bike ever to hit the market according to Specialized.
Versatility on wheels
Equipped with 47c Specialized Tracer gravel tires, this bike doesn't just stick to one terrain. No more having to decide between the smooth asphalt of city roads and the challenging terrains of gravel paths. The Creo 2 allows you the luxury of both.
An engineering marvel: The SL 1.2 Motor
The Creo 2 comes powered by Specialized's newest SL 1.2 motor. This power unit is far from just a superficial update, providing a noise level that's said to be the quietest among e-bikes. This new system offers riders 33% more power and 43% more torque, promising a unique and efficient cycling experience.
Tech meets practicality: The future shock 3.0
An already proven technology in Specialized's repertoire, the Future Shock 3.0 system, has been integrated into the Creo 2. This feature offers hydraulic damping and tunability that can be customized according to different terrains and riding styles.
Intuitive control: turbo operating system and app
The Creo 2 not only gives you the power but also the control through its Turbo operating system and an accompanying smartphone app. This tech allows customization from motor tuning to service intervals and provides a secure motor lock to keep your investment safe.
Specifications and price points
The Creo 2 will offer three variants: Comp, Expert, and the top-end S-Works models. With prices starting at $6,500 for the SRAM Apex AXS base model and going up to $14,000 for the top-of-the-line SRAM Red AXS, there is something for every avid cyclist.