Specialized Como Sl: New Lightweight E-Bike For City Cycling

Will Strickson Wednesday, March 31, 2021 - 16:07 New super light version of Specialized's electric city bike is extra low-maintenance, has loads of luggage capacity and weighs only 17kg From £3,500 Specialized has launched a new lightweight version of its Como ebike, the Como SL. After updating its road and hybrid e-bikes, the Turbo Creo SL and Vado SL, with its SL 1.1 system that brings the same power assist of a standard e-bike but with minimal additional weight. Specialized claims the Como SL's 17kg is 40% less than the average e-bike . The low-entry city bike, fitted with mudguards, a rear rack and a basket, is for effortless urban travel thanks to its assist up to 15mph (28mph in the US) that can last up to 93 miles, or 120 miles if you add the optional range extender. And that's just the start. Image 6 of 10 Image 6 ...

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