Let’s be clear, when we set out to design the Levo FSR family, we had one goal in mind—build a trail bike first and then fully integrate our e-bike technology. Long top tubes, short chainstays, and low BBs are staples of the Specialized mountain bike DNA, so it was only natural to add these attributes to the Levo FSR Carbon. Along with a trail-ready geo, the same proven geo on the alloy Levo FSR, the carbon iteration has modern specs to boot—150mm travel forks, powerful brakes, Rx Trail Tuned shocks, and 2.8" Butcher GRID tires provide a more forgiving, maximum-grip ride. These features and geometry keep the Levo FSR Carbon in line with what you may have ridden with the previous generation Levo FSR.
And now that the Levo is in carbon, S-Works bikes save a total of 650 grams (500g in the front triangle and 150g in the rear triangle). But more important than just weight savings is the ride quality. The frame is 40% more laterally stiff in the rear end and 20% stiffer overall. Stiff, planted, and confident—awesome.
Integrated E-Bike Technology
Integration was nearly as important for us as ride characteristics. Having a sleek, seamlessly integrated e-mountain bike not only makes for an aesthetically pleasing package, but building our own ecosystem (not just taking off-the-shelf systems) is what truly allowed us to build a no-compromises trail bike.
New to the integrated motor and battery system is our Trail Remote. Tucked discreetly on your bars to keep a clean cockpit, it provides intuitive, easy access to change modes and use the new walk-assist feature, without removing your hands from the bar. Smooth power delivery and silent operation also make the experience truly you, only faster.