Beast mode engaged.
The most capable electric mountain bike.
Stiffer and lighter frame.
The all-new Kenevo frame is a full kilogram lighter than before with its Sidearm chassis inspired by the Stumpjumper. With rattle-free internal cable routing, clean battery integration and carefully placed chainstay protectors, the Kenevo offers the most sorted frame on the market.
27.5 ain't dead.
Turbo bikes are all about having fun. The Kenevo keeps it playful and nimble as a dedicated 27.5" platform. With 32 spoke Roval DH rims and 2.6" wide Butcher's in the tough 2-ply BLCK DMND casing, it's spec'd to rip.
180mm of travel.
With 180mm of front and rear travel, the Kenevo is made to Hulk Smash its way down the hill. Both the Comp and Expert models have a coil shock. The Expert model comes with a Boxxer while the Comp comes with the Marzzochi Bomber Z1.
New kinematics. Aggressive geometry.
Building upon Specialized's other great platforms, like the Stumpjumper Evo and the all-new Enduro, the Kenevo's suspension kinematics are progressive and designed to roll fast through the roughest terrain.
64° head angle.
Up to 520mm reach.
77° seat tube.
The smartest e-bike.
Still a mountain bike first.
The Turbo Connect Unit is right on the top tube and always visible. It houses the on/off switch, assist level button and battery level. You can pair your Mission Control app with the TCU over Ant+ and Bluetooth. The discreet handlebar remote controls the TCU and lets you quickly grab Turbo mode for that steep pinch climb. It also has a Walk Mode. Most mountain bikers don't want computer screens all over their handlebars. But, for riders that want to see more info, like battery level as a percentage, a wireless Turbo Connect Display is available to purchase separately.
The most quiet, most natural feeling motor.
The Brose 2.1 motor is driven by a carbon belt, instead of gears, making the Turbo Kenevo the quietest and most natural feeling e-bike on the market. With 250 watts of power, 90 newton-metres of torque and up to 410% support, the Brose 2.1 motor has full power available at a lower cadence. Basically, you can climb steeper hills with ease. It does all this with no vibration and zero drag from the motor when it's not assisting.
Integrated battery up to 700 watt-hours.
The Expert model has a 700 watt-hour battery with 40% more capacity than the previous 504 watt-hour. Those 1,500+ metre days can be easily achieved. The Comp model gets 8% more capacity with a 500 watt-hour battery. Specialized made a Turbo Calculator app to estimate how far and high you can ride.
The power to ride more trails.
Which Turbo rider are you?
Light and Nimble
2x you (240 watts)
320Wh battery (480Wh with optional Range Extender)
Powerful and Planted
4x you (565 watts)
Burly and Capable
4x you (565 watts)
Up to 700Wh battery