The Expedition Sport Low Entry adds another level of plushness to the ride with a suspension seatpost, while the 21-speed drivetrain leaves you free to explore a wide range of terrain. The low-entry frame is convenient and improves confidence.
A1 Premium Aluminum frame w/ Ground Control Geometry for stability and safety
SR Suntour suspension fork w/ 63mm travel for confident handling on any surface
700c, alloy double-wall rims for durability and hassle-free maintenance
Smooth-rolling Hemisphere 26" tires w/ flat protection and control on pavement or gravel
Specialized Body Geometry Contour grips for comfort and safety
Comfort saddle uses springs, dual-density foam on top and wide platform for comfort
WHAT Comfortable frame geometry that allows riders to touch their forefoot to the ground when stopped. Low-entry model available.
WHY Provides maximum comfort with minimal back and neck strain, and gives the rider more confidence due to easy access to the ground.
HOW Longer chainstays and a slacker seat tube angle bring the saddle lower to the ground without shortening leg reach, so pedaling remains efficient. Low-entry model features swooping design for easily getting on/off the bike, ensuring maximum confidence and stability.
WHAT Adjustable alloy stem.
WHY Gives rider a large range of adjustment to stem and handlebar angles to dial in optimal position.
HOW By loosening a bolt, the stem can be pivoted to different angles, allowing a greater range of handlebar positions.
COMFORT PLUS SADDLE
WHAT Wide, plush saddle with dual-density foam and a forgiving spring system.
WHY Provides maximum cushioning and shock absorption, while supporting an upright position for all-day comfort.
HOW The springs act as shock absorbers under the sit bones, while the dual-density foam distributes cushioning and support to the appropriate places.
WHAT Suspension fork with external preload adjustment.
WHY Absorbs bumps on roads and dirt paths, while allowing the rider to dial in the perfect ride feel.
HOW The fork’s coil spring activates when a rider rolls over bumps or rough ground and compresses to absorb the impact. Preload adjustment changes the amount of initial sag in the fork, so suspension can be tuned for individual rider weight.