New Kenevo from Specialized ‘most capable e-MTB to hit the dirt’

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American brand Specialized have announced their latest e-MTB in the form of the Turbo Kenevo.

 

They're certainly not shying away from the bike’s ability, declaring the Keveno ‘the most capable e-mountain bike to hit the dirt.’

 

Nor are Specialized showcasing any one strength with improvements in every department front and centre.

Of note is the 40% increased battery capacity for the Expert model, utilising a 700Wh M2 battery and an a500Wh M2 battery for the Comp model, boosting it by 8%.

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The Expert

 

The axle path has also been redesigned with it’s more rearward position delivering more control and speed.

Design changes don’t stop there however with a longer geometry providing a more centred position for tricky descents and a steep seat angle to improve your climbing position.

The frame will be noticeably lighter from previous models with a full kilogram missing. Suspension is provided by RockShox Boxxer and Super Deluxe while the Marzocchi Bomber Z1 fork is also present.

 

 

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The Comp

 

There are eight models in total ranging from $11,400 to $8,8000.

 

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