Specialized Diverge: All You Need To Know About The Updated Gravel Bike

Joe Robinson Thursday, May 7, 2020 - 15:58 A redesigned frame, wider tyres and Futureshock 2.0 catch the headlines for Specialized newest Diverge £8,899 - £949 The new Specialized Diverge is a complete overhaul of the previous generation of the US brand’s gravel-specific bike. You can now fit wider tyres and it runs with the Specialized’s Futureshock 2.0 suspension system, two obvious upgrades. But for its latest Diverge, Specialized has not just made these minor tweaks but has gone about a complete frameset redesign. The plan was to make the latest Diverge even more capable off-road and not just by allowing wider rubber and adding an improved suspension system. ‘Our biggest focus with the new Diverge was to make the most capable and versatile gravel bike on the market. Gravel riding keeps progressing and riders need a bike that can keep up with anything they get into,’ explains Stewart Thompson, ...

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