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Specialized bike deals: save money on Specialized road, mountain and gravel bikes

Specialized consistently releases some of the most desirable bikes available to buy every year so it’s not surprising that with such high demand, discounts on its bikes can be hard to find. Not to worry, if you look in the right places, you can sneak a Specialized deal and save yourself some money on your next new bike day. 

If you’ve been looking to buy a new Specialized bike, now is a great time to explore which have been discounted in price. To make things more straightforward, the Cyclingnews team have done the heavy lifting and rounded up all the best deals available on Specialized bikes.

Below, we list some of the best deals we could find and give a brief overview of the Specialized bike range, so scroll down to browse our roundup of the best Specialized bike deals. 

If you’re not necessarily looking for a Specialized, we’ve recently covered Trek bike deals, or you can head over to our roundup of the best road bike deals. Alternatively, if you’re open to all cycling deals – not just bikes – head over to our roundup of cycling deals, cheap cycling clothing or cheap bike helmets.

Not sure what bike you need? Tap here to learn the range.

Road bikes

There aren’t many deals on Specialized road bikes at the moment with inventory low and some retailers making the decision to not discount their 2019 stock despite 2020 models now being available. If you are in the market for a discounted road bike right now, it may be worth considering a brand other than Specialized. Check out our road bike deals feature for a summary of the best options. While savings aren’t huge, we’re still committed to finding you the best deals, so here’s what we’ve been able to find. 

Specialized Tarmac SL6 Comp Disc Di2 | 15% off at Leisure Lakes Bikes
Was £3,749.00 | Now £3,186.65

Specialized launched the Tarmac SL7 earlier in the year, and with the SL6 version along the reigning monarch in the castle, it means if there is stock remaining there are deals to be had. Leisure Lakes currently has the ComP frame shod with Ultegra Di2 Marked down by 15%, but only in size 44. View Deal

Gravel bikes

With gravel being ‘en-vogue’, discounts aren’t as plentiful but there are still some great deals to be found. Its also bad news for those looking to pick up a cheap adventure touring bike as there are very few 2019 Sequoias left.

Specialized S-Works Diverge 2018 | 29% off at Tredz
Was £8,500.00 | Now £5,999.00
The Diverge frame hasn’t changed a lot since 2018 so this Diverge is still bang up to date. Specced with a mixture of Easton, Dura-Ace and CeramicSpeed give this bike a premium finish. Only available in a 56cm.View Deal

Specialized S-Works Diverge 2019 | 25% off at Rutland Cycling
Was £8,749.99 | Now £6,549.99
The 2019 Diverge is largely similar to the 2018 model with few updates. This 56cm model is available with 25% off. It’s still a reasonably expensive model at over £6,500, but for those looking for the best gravel bike, look no further. View Deal

Specialized Sequoia 2019 | 25% off at Cycle Store
Was £2,000.00 | Now £1,499.00
Tredz is currently offering this 52cm steel touring bike with 25% off which should help free up some funds for other outdoor essentials.View Deal

Mountain bikes

Specialized Enduro FSR Pro Carbon | 30% off at Tredz
Was £6,700.00 | Now £4,700.00
This Enduro FSR is a great trail and enduro bike for those who can handle a bit of the rough stuff. The best price is available in size medium, but there’s a small available, and you can get it in a 650b option too. View Deal

Specialized S-Works Stumpjumper | 27% off at Rutland Cycling
Was £8,249.99 | Now £5,999.99
The acid-kiwi colour scheme won’t be to everyone’s taste, but there’s no denying the credentials of the S-Works Stumpjumper. Available in size medium with over £2000 off. View Deal

Specialized S-Works Enduro | 50% off at Leisure Lakes Bikes
Was £8,000.00 | Now £3,999.99
At a staggering half-price, this is one of the best Specialized bike deals we can find at the moment in terms of pure monetary saving. It’s available in size small in the 650b version, or sizes small or medium in the 29 inch wheeled model.View Deal

Hybrid bikes

Specialized Sirrus Elite 2018 | 27% off at Tredz
Was £900.00 | Now £649.00
Tredz is currently offering this XXL Sirrus with 27% off. A great commuter bike for someone over 6ft tall. View Deal

Still unsure on the best bike for you?

Here at Cyclingnews, we have a selection of guides to help you decide, whether you are wanting to know which is the best carbon road bike or aero road bike for you. If budgets are a little more constrained, the aluminium road bike guide is a must-read to find the best money to speed ratio. We even have a best steel road bike guide for those wanting a bike with a bit more classical inspiration.

If you want to hit the trails, Bike Perfect has some great mountain bike buying advice for new bikes, choosing upgrades or looking for some fresh new riding kit. 

Who is Specialized?

Specialized started producing bikes in 1981 originally releasing two models, a touring bike called the Sequoia and the Allez road bike. Both of which still feature in Specialized’s range. What put Specialized on the map was the release of the Specialized Stumpjumper later the same year. The Stumpjumper was the first mass-produced mountain bike frame and became synonymous with the rise of a new cycling discipline. Since then, Specialized has gone on to become one of the largest bike manufacturers and releasing a wide range of bikes, components and accessories covering all cycling disciplines. By developing its own on-site facilities Specialized is one of the forerunners of innovation in road and mountain biking technology. 

Specialized road range

Specialized road bikes started 40 years ago with the Allez, and since then, there have been some significant changes. Now made from aluminium, the Allez comes in two options: an entry-level road bike with a relaxed geometry, perfect for winter miles, commuting, and gran fondo endurance rides for those on a budget. There’s also the Allez Sprint, an aggressive aluminium road or crit racing machine, which is perfect for budget road racing, although it’s even good enough for Peter Sagan. 

For those who seeking more performance, the Specialized Tarmac is a lightweight, pro-level carbon road bike. It’s generally a bit more expensive, due to the carbon frame, but it is one of the most well-respected bikes the world over. Designed to excel on epic climbs, fast descents and the hilltop finishes of both your local Gran Fondo and the UCI World Tour. The Tarmac carbon frame has been built as a perfect balance of precise, stiff and comfort. All Tarmacs use Specialized’s ‘Rider-First Engineered’ technology to equalise stiffness and handling across all frame sizes. 

The Specialized Roubaix, or women-specific Ruby (which has not long been discontinued), is an endurance road bike with some interesting technology. It’s set up perfectly for those looking for longer days in the saddle, or who’ll tackle rougher ground, making it ready to take on long-distance classics such as the Paris-Roubaix. Using the concept ‘smoother is faster’ the Roubaix combines 20mm of Future Shock 2.0 front suspension technology with frame and seatpost compliance for a smoother ride.

For wind-cheating speed, you’ll want the Venge. An aerodynamic road bike featuring disc brakes and an integrated cockpit for maximum aero efficiency, the Venge was optimised using computers before being built and tested in Specialized’s own win(d) tunnel to create a bike that is not only aerodynamic but stiff and light with sharp handling. The geometry is pure race-focussed, so mightn’t be right for your long-distance gran fondo, but if you want the absolute best performance from your bike, and can deal with the few hundred grams over the Tarmac, the Venge is a true racing weapon. 

If you seek to go beyond the smooth roads in the hunt for empty gravel roads, Specialized has two options. The Specialized Diverge adapts much of what makes the Roubaix a great endurance bike into a gravel bike format, making it a great option for fun-and-fast rides on flowing trails and gravel roads. Endurance geometry is modified, tyre clearance is maximised and Future Shock smoothes out the vibrations and chatter. For real off-grid dirt touring and bikepacking the Sequoia is ready to be loaded with bags to take you on multi-day adventures, so great for those who want to pack the kitchen sink and ride off into the sunset. 

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