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Specialized Turbo FLR 2016 - Electric Bike

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Product description

Cycle further and faster with less effort on the Specialized Turbo FLR electric bike. Designed to be the ultimate urban commuting bicycle the clean lines, quality component spec and smooth e-bike power delivery, puts the Turbo FLR ahead of the competition.

Intuitive power

Simply start pedalling and let the Turbo electric motor boost you effortlessly up to 25kph. The effect is most noticeable when accelerating and climbing. While it won’t actually give you the legs of an elite athlete it will certainly feel that way as you power effortlessly uphill.

Li-ion battery integration

Neatly integrated into the downtube the 396Wh battery is easily charged both on and off the bike. The wireless display unit lets you easily manage the capacity by adjusting the power output. The battery is even able to partly recharge itself under braking.

Quality components

The Shimano Deore 10 speed drivetrain offers reliable gear shifting over a wide range of gears while the hydraulic disc brakes deliver confident speed control in all weather conditions.

Cycle with the ease that makes the world seem like it is standing still on the Specialized Turbo FLR electric bike

Key Features:

  • Electric motor to boost your natural pedalling power
  • Shimano Deore 10 speed drivetrain for reliable shifting
  • Shimano Deore hydraulic disc brakes for confident stopping
  • Integrated rack, mudguards and lights for practical cycling
  • Sizes: Small, Medium, Large, X Large
  • Colour: Gloss Graphite/Moto Orange
  • The Specialized Turbo FLR is available with 0% APR finance

Drive Info:

  • Motor: 200W Specialized Turbo, rear wheel integration, X12 axle
  • Battery: 396Wh, downtube integration, self-locking key release, LED indicators
  • User interface: Turbo clean cockpit, integrated thumb control, illuminated display
  • Charger: Custom Specialized, 2ah, w/ Rosenberger plug

The Specialized Turbo FLR 2016 Features are:

Frame: Turbo alloy, smooth welds, speed optimized geometry, fully-integrated down tube battery, internal cable routing, 700c, X12 thru-axle dropout, full fender/rack mounts

Fork: Custom Turbo alloy, fender eyelets/Low Rider mounts

Headset: 1-1/8" upper/lower, threadless, Campy style, cartridge bearings

Bars: Specialized, flat bar, double-butted 6061 alloy, 9-degree backsweep, 31.8mm, Specialized Body Geometry XCT, dual compound, lock-on

Stem: Specialized, 3D forged alloy, 4-bolt, 7-degree rise

Rear Mech: Shimano Deore RD-M610 Shadow, 10-speed

Shifters Shimano Deore, 10-speed

Chainset: Specialized Stout, 3 pc., w/ alloy bashguard, 48T

Bottom Bracket: Square taper, cartridge bearings

Cassette: Shimano, 10-speed, 11-36t

Chain: KMC X10, 10-speed, w/ reusable MissingLink

Front Brake: Shimano Deore BR-M506, resin pads, 180mm rotor

Rear Brake: Shimano Deore BR-M506, resin pads, 180mm rotor

Rims: 700c, disc, alloy, double-wall, pin joint, w/ eyelets, 36h

Front Hub: Specialized, Hi Lo disc, alloy, RCC bearing system, QR, 36h

Spokes: Stainless, 2.3/2.0/2.0mm

Seatpost: Alloy, 2-bolt, micro-adjust, 12.5mm offset, 27.2mm

Pedals: Nylon body, alloy cage, low profile bearing system

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Specialized Turbo FLR 2016 - Electric Bike Reviews

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Overall Rating:
4.3
out of 5
4.33
Build Quality
5.00
Performance
4
Value For Money
3.50

Customer Reviews (2)

4
good, with limits

The motor assistance is great up to 25kmh, and it seems to give a little assistance beyond sa it ramps down. With care you can ride with partial assistance just above 25 (26 or 27). However, this is frustratingly slow once you get there - its clear that without the restriction it could support easy riding at a far higher speed. Also annoying is that if you are willing to pedal harder and travel above 27kmh, you feel quite a lot of resistance from the motor. So sometimes you are worse off than you would be on a normal push bike. A great illustration of how good a pedelec can be, but a great illustration of how limiting the legal restrictions are.

The motor assistance is great up to 25kmh, and it seems to give a little assistance beyond sa it ramps down. With care you can ride with partial assistance just above 25 (26 or 27). However, this is frustratingly slow once you get there - its clear that without the restriction it could support easy riding at a far higher speed. Also annoying is that if you are willing to pedal harder and travel above 27kmh, you feel quite a lot of resistance from the motor. So sometimes you are worse off than you would be on a normal push bike. A great illustration of how good a pedelec can be, but a great illustration of how limiting the legal restrictions are.

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4 out of 5
Build Quality: 5/5
Performance: 4/5
Value For Money: 3/5
5
Great bike

A bit expensive but looks good and rides very smoothly although it is very heave. Easy to switch between ride modes whilst cycling. Turbo modes makes hills very easy to climb. Not sure how long the battery will last as I haven't taken it for a long ride yet. Very pleased with it.

A bit expensive but looks good and rides very smoothly although it is very heave. Easy to switch between ride modes whilst cycling. Turbo modes makes hills very easy to climb. Not sure how long the battery will last as I haven't taken it for a long ride yet. Very pleased with it.

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4.7 out of 5
Build Quality: 5/5
Performance: 5/5
Value For Money: 4/5