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Diverge E5 EVO Frameset

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Diverge E5 EVO Frameset

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This thing called 'gravel riding' is still evolving, still being defined. What's next? Hop on the new Diverge Expert EVO and you tell us. It's designed to get aggressive, to push the boundaries of what we thought was possible on a gravel bike. With flat bars and geometry even more progressive then the new drop bar Diverge you better hang onto your flannel. We've significantly increased the reach, slackened the head tube and lowered the bottom bracket, to put you 'in' the bike for a super planted feeling. From sending technical single track to ripping flowing fire road descents, if you're looking for a partner to take your gravel riding to new levels, nothing's faster, more fun, or rowdier than the Diverge EVO.

Technical Specifications

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Frameset

Frame

Specialized Diverge E5 Premium Aluminum, Future Shock suspension, 1x specific EVO geometry, threaded BB, internal routing, 12x142mm thru-axle, flat-mount disc

Seat Binder

Specialized Alloy, 30.8mm

Suspension

Fork

Future Shock 2.0 w/Smooth Boot, FACT carbon, 12x100 mm thru-axle, flat-mount

* Weights based on production painted frames as pictured. Actual weights will vary based on colorway, frame size, and component variation. Specifications are subject to change without notice.

Geometry

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SML
Seatpost Length0mm
Stack580mm607mm632mm
Fork Rake/Offset55mm55mm55mm
Top Tube Length, Horizontal456mm600mm627mm
Bike Standover Height732mm754mm774mm
Reach395mm420mm440mm
Head Tube Angle70°70°70°
BB Height265mm265mm265mm
Seat Tube Length470mm500mm530mm
Head Tube Length104mm133mm159mm
Front Center639mm674mm703mm
Chainstay Length432mm432mm432mm
Seat Tube Angle73.5°73.5°73.5°
Trail69mm69mm69mm
Wheelbase1057mm1092mm1121mm
BB Drop85mm85mm85mm
Fork Length, Full390mm390mm390mm
Geometry

Rider Reviews

  • 5
  • 2 Reviews

Diverge Evo

I have put a couple thousand miles on my Diverge Evo. It is a wonderful bike that has spent most of its time on Gravel or paved path rides, but I have put a couple hundred mile of mountain biking some of it on true technical single track. It is currently built up with Carbon Roval rims, Specialized cobbler gobbler seat post and Thompson Carbon Bar. If you are careful with your line this bike is quick and can do a lot.


Name:
RC

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Great Frame!

Bought this as a temporary replacement frame set while my hand built steel frame is being repaired. Built it up with most of my parts off the other bike and am blown away at what a nice riding and handling bike this turned into. I have been considering a custom Ti frame and this aluminum frame rides wonderfully with none of the harshness of aluminum from many years ago. The addition of the 2.0 Future shock seemed a bit gimmicky but after a number of dirt road and local trail rides here in AZ I am wondering why this isn't standard on all bikes. It's really great on Tucson's terrible roads as well with no negative effect on handling. This bike is super comfy as the frame geometry sets up great as a drop bar gravel bike and all of the sturdy attachment points makes for a solid bikepacking rig. Finish is spot on so the only think left to say is that Specialized should sell this as a complete drop bar bike as it is light and very rugged at a very favorable price. It's a keeper!

Would Recommend?
Yes!

Name:
Jon

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