Specialized Turbo Levo SL Kids | Everything You Need to Know.

With the same motor and battery as the recently launched Levo SL, the Specialized Levo SL Kids will get your wee shredders going further.

With 50Nm on tap, will you even be able to keep up with your kids if you bought them a Specialized Levo SL kids?

Key features:

  • SRAM Reba 100mm fork
  • SRAM NX 11-speed drive
  • SRAM Level T brakes
  • Specialized 1.2 SL Motor
  • Specialized 320Wh battery
  • Specialized alloy wheels
  • TranzX dropper
  • £3,500.00 RRP
  • Specialized.com

If you happen to have three an a half grand to spend on your kids next bicycle, then the Specialized Turbo Levo SL kids might well be at the top of the list. Based around the same motor and battery you get on the Turbo Levo SL that Pete tested a month back, will give your mini shredders a fair old whack of range and power to boot.

Wrapped around the 320Wh battery and attached to the Specialized 1.2 SL motor is the A1 alloy frame, that rolls on 24″ wheels. Front wheel tracking is handled by a SRAM Reba fork, offering 100mm travel. SRAM NX 11-speed drive handles the transmission with SRAM Level T brakes keeping things in check. The frame is Boost spaced and has a UDH hanger, so you could go all out with a SRAM T-type transmission if money is no object. An 80mm TranzX dropper is on hand for managing saddle height.

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Having tagged a full day and 30km+ on the Levo SL, it’s fair to say that the kids bike will go even further. Possibly the only thing that’ll hold the kids back is the weight, at almost 37lb, it’s not a light bike.

The Levo SL Kids is aimed at anyone between 122 and 155cm (4 feet and 5 feet). Reach is 365mm with a seat tube length of 300mm. Head angle is 66 degrees with a 75 degree seat tube angle. Chainstays are 420mm long with a wheelbase of 1053mm.

You can check out the Specialized Turbo Levo SL Kids on their website here.