The Specialized Enduro glove should be an excellent glove for trail riding. Overall fit and comfort of the glove is as expected from Specialized.
Great geometry and progressive sizing give the Specialized Demo 8 Alloy an edge. Everything about the Demo’s parts package is pretty much bombproof.
The Specialized Defroster Trail was very comfortable and warm, with the Boa performing well for easy tightening, loosening and adjustment on the move.
Even as a flat pedal user, affordable insoles, like these Specialized footbeds, can bring a substantial increase in comfort and stability. Designed with Bike Fit innovator Andy Pruitt, they are…
Essentially a bargain for the performance offered.
Good quality components but the ride quality is let down by the details
There is a big empty space inside the steerer tube of your fork, making it a prime spot for tool storage. Various options have been tried, but Specialized’s chain tool…
This bibshort is part of Specialized’s SWAT (Storage Water Air Tools) range. When we first tested it, a year ago, you could only buy it in combination with a baggy…
Plush and ergonomic and gets plenty of details
Amazing suspension but let down by limited sizing - £4,600
An amazing budget option - £35
The cream of the plus sized crop - £2,500
An EVO spec but lacks the EVO attitude - £1,2000
We've got the new Specialized Camber Evo on longterm test. Find out how we're getting on with it...
Might be better in the summer months - £35
The Specialized Jett Comp scored strongly in the £750 Women's specific category of our Hardtail of the Year test
Specced on everything from the Epic up to the Enduro, so it must be doing something right - £500 (No chainring)
The old Pitch was a classic, can this one rekindle the flame?
The cool thing about these lightweight baggies is the SWAT liner; integrated pockets let you carry tools, spares and gels.
Dispels the myth that 29ers aren't fun - £4,500