Specialized Turbo LevoFSR Comp 6Fattie Review

This bike has a long name and not the best control system in the world. Everything is built in and integrated, so it isn’t noisy and it looks slick, but it’s also relatively easy for someone to break in and strip out. Without shift sensing, wear and tear on the drive train is an issue. The bike is also relatively heavy.

The battery needs better mounting and locking, the display is poor, and the battery charger is clunky. We’ll keep this one brief enough to say that “the longer the name, the better the bike” is not a theory we could prove out.

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