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Specialized Ariel Womens Hydraulic Disc 2020 - Hybrid Sports Bike

Specialized Ariel Womens Hydraulic Disc 2020 - Hybrid Sports Bike

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Product Description

Comfortable, efficient and trustworthy on road, cycle path and trail. The perfect bike for your fitness and leisure goals, the Specialized Ariel is a women’s specific hybrid sports bike that features hydraulic disc brake all-weather stopping consistency with wider tyres and a suspension fork to take the sting out of rough roads and tracks.

Key Features:

  • Lightweight A1 premium aluminium frame with rack and mudguard mounts
  • SR Suntour suspension fork to take the sting out of rough roads
  • Shimano Altus/Tourney 3x8 speed drivetrain offers a wide gear range
  • Hydraulic disc brakes for consistent stopping power
  • Womens specific sports comfort geometry
  • Sizes: X Small, Small, Medium, Large
  • Colours: Gloss Storm Grey/Ice Blue
  • The Specialized Ariel Womens Hydraulic Disc is available with 0% APR finance

Safety and control—two things that can be top-of-mind when heading out to get your heart rate up. This Ariel with hydraulic disc brakes takes care of safety with incredible stopping power, while control is provided through a women's-specific geometry and a custom suspension fork that'll have you tackling workouts on paved or dirt surfaces with equal confidence.

Not stopping there, we also included light and tough A1 premium aluminium frame tubing, workhorse components that are sized and designed specifically for women, and a wide range of gears that'll take the sting out of steep trails. It's everything you need to take your fitness wherever your heart decides, whether it's the road or the dirt around your house.

Highlights:

  • Designed for women who want to mix adventure with fitness, the hard-working, sturdy A1 Premium Aluminium frame features our Women’s Fitness Geometry—meaning that you’ll go faster with maximum efficiency, only without the discomfort of an aggressive ride position. The more comfortable you are, the longer you’ll ride.
  • An SR Suntour NEX fork w/ Fitness Brain technology features 55mm of coil-sprung travel that takes the sting out of bumpy terrain, while our Fitness Brain technology promotes more climbing and pedaling efficiency.
  • Braking duties are handled by Promax Solve hydraulic disc brakes that provide all of the hallmarks of hydraulic braking—consistent performance, easy engagement, and overall power.

All Tredz bikes are:

  • Fully built & ready to ride
  • Fully checked & tested by Cytech qualified mechanics
  • Available with 0% APR finance on baskets over £99
  • 365 day no hassle returns
  • Free delivery in the UK Mainland on a date that suits you

In the box with every Tredz bike is:

  • Free Tredz 9 key trail tool
  • Free Tredz pedal spanner
  • Free basic pedals
  • Tredz drawstring kit bag
  • 16 point quality control check sheet
  • Basic bike setup instructions
  • Free Cycle Plan insurance voucher (8 weeks)

Occasionally, without notice, manufacturers change product design and/or specifications.

Specification

Frame:Specialized A1 Premium Aluminum, Fitness Geometry, fully manipulated butted tubing, external cable routing, IS disc, rack and fender mounts
Fork:SR Suntour NEX w/ Specialized Fitness Brain technology, 1-1/8" steerer, QR, fender mounts, 43mm offset, 55mm of travel
Stem:Specialized, 3D-forged alloy, 4-bolt, 7-degree rise
Bars:Double-butted alloy, 9-degree backsweep, 31.8mm
Front Brake:Promax Solve, hydraulic disc, post-mount, 160mm
Rear Brake:Promax Solve, hydraulic disc, post-mount, 160mm
Front Mech:Shimano Tourney, 3-speed, top-swing
Rear Mech:Shimano Altus, 8-speed
Shifters:Shimano Acera, 8-speed
Speed:8
Rims:700C disc, 6061 aluminum, double-wall
Front Hub:Alloy, 6-bolt disc, loose ball bearing, quick-release, 32h
Rear Hub:Alloy, 6-bolt disc, 8-/9-speed freehub, loose ball bearing, quick-release, 32h
Spokes:Stainless, 14g
Front Tyre:Trigger Sport Reflect, 60 TPI, wire bead, 700x38mm
Rear Tyre:Trigger Sport Reflect, 60 TPI, wire bead, 700x38mm
Seat Post:Alloy, 12mm offset, 2-bolt clamp, 27.2mm
Saddle:Specialized Aldia Sport, steel rails, 155mm
Chainset:Shimano Tourney TY501, 3-piece, square-taper
Bottom Bracket:BSA, 68mm, square taper
Chain:KMC X8EPT, 8-speed, anti-corrosion coating w/ reusable Missing Link™
Cassette:SunRace, 8-speed, 11-34t
Pedals:Specialized Body Geometry Fitness, platform, plastic

Specialized Ariel Womens Hydraulic Disc 2020 - Hybrid Sports Bike Reviews

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poorly built
by Anonymous user on 06/08/2019

Unfortunately I don't know the bikes full potential due to poorly assemble, gears are skipping, chain is falling off every time I ride, I looked forward to buying this bike and now I wish I never did.

Unfortunately I don't know the bikes full potential due to poorly assemble, gears are skipping, chain is falling off every time I ride, I looked forward to buying this bike and now I wish I never did.

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1.7 out of 5
Build Quality: 1/5
Performance: 2/5
Value For Money: 2/5
5
First new bike in ages!
by Anonymous user on 27/09/2018

Age: 23 Sex: Female Not feeling ready to commit to the financial strains of a car, it was time I bought myself a new bike robust enough to deal with my clumsy physical characteristics and road-based commute to work. First off, this bike is stunning and a super smooth ride. The front suspension makes you feel safe coming on or off pavements. Breaks are super sturdy and responsive and the frame is as heavy as you would expect from a hybrid bike. The handle bars feel comfy against the palms and the seat may be a bit sharp at first, especially if you're used to a highly worn down squishy seat! At first the frame seemed pretty big for my height of 5'6 but upon riding it felt right and suited my physique well. The bike is easy to ride and builds up speed in no time! It took me a lot of research, disappointment and patience to decide on this bike. Money was a bit of an issue and I was originally looking at a Trek Neko bike which seemed ideal for my preferences but was sadly discontinued! So, specialized was the next best thing. Whilst I have done a fair bit of cycling in my lifetime, I’m not super confident on the roads (can you blame me), so it was important to me that I sought safety and reliability. I’ve now owned the bike for just over a month (I think) and I’m very happy with it. I will, however, raise the following points/tips for others to look out for: -Invest in a good bike lock – read up/research the sold secure classifying system before you purchase. -Don’t be a dum dum and assume it will fit perfectly within any frame. I bought a gold category D lock which won’t fit within the frame of Specialized and I now carry it in my rucksack. It’s either 2KG sticking dangerously out of my bike or on my back… -Invest in a good helmet. There’s a lot of chatter on whether MIPS is actually safer or not but why the hell not. If you’re going to spend that much on a bike might as well couple it with a pricey (but safe) helmet! -Invest in some good lights. Yes I can hear your purse/wallet crying but again - anything you can do to make yourself safer. -Cycle clothes (luminous or otherwise). I bought some but I’m that kinda person… The worst -I did have problems with the gears/chains straight after receiving the bike – but after talking around and a bit of youtubing, managed to stop the chain from skipping on certain gears. I'm yet to try the bike on light trail but I am confident it will perform just as well as it does on road surfaces. Overall I would say this is a big step up from my young adult Apollo bike!

Age: 23 Sex: Female Not feeling ready to commit to the financial strains of a car, it was time I bought myself a new bike robust enough to deal with my clumsy physical characteristics and road-based commute to work. First off, this bike is stunning and a super smooth ride. The front suspension makes you feel safe coming on or off pavements. Breaks are super sturdy and responsive and the frame is as heavy as you would expect from a hybrid bike. The handle bars feel comfy against the palms and the seat may be a bit sharp at first, especially if you're used to a highly worn down squishy seat! At first the frame seemed pretty big for my height of 5'6 but upon riding it felt right and suited my physique well. The bike is easy to ride and builds up speed in no time! It took me a lot of research, disappointment and patience to decide on this bike. Money was a bit of an issue and I was originally looking at a Trek Neko bike which seemed ideal for my preferences but was sadly discontinued! So, specialized was the next best thing. Whilst I have done a fair bit of cycling in my lifetime, I’m not super confident on the roads (can you blame me), so it was important to me that I sought safety and reliability. I’ve now owned the bike for just over a month (I think) and I’m very happy with it. I will, however, raise the following points/tips for others to look out for: -Invest in a good bike lock – read up/research the sold secure classifying system before you purchase. -Don’t be a dum dum and assume it will fit perfectly within any frame. I bought a gold category D lock which won’t fit within the frame of Specialized and I now carry it in my rucksack. It’s either 2KG sticking dangerously out of my bike or on my back… -Invest in a good helmet. There’s a lot of chatter on whether MIPS is actually safer or not but why the hell not. If you’re going to spend that much on a bike might as well couple it with a pricey (but safe) helmet! -Invest in some good lights. Yes I can hear your purse/wallet crying but again - anything you can do to make yourself safer. -Cycle clothes (luminous or otherwise). I bought some but I’m that kinda person… The worst -I did have problems with the gears/chains straight after receiving the bike – but after talking around and a bit of youtubing, managed to stop the chain from skipping on certain gears. I'm yet to try the bike on light trail but I am confident it will perform just as well as it does on road surfaces. Overall I would say this is a big step up from my young adult Apollo bike!

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