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Specialized has a wide array of bikes and gear on sale, with thousands of dollars in savings. These are some of our favorite deals, from high-end bikes to trail-ready commuters to bike accessories.

The Speed Into Spring Sale is more than just online discounts — it also supports your local bike shop. When you make a Click & Collect purchase online, your selected retailer gets all the profit for the sale. Specialized will deliver your bike to your selected retailer, where it will be professionally assembled at no additional cost to you.

The bikes and gear below are on sale. However, there are a few bikes that offer an additional rebate. We put an asterisk* next to bikes that offer an additional rebate through registration online.

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Specialized’s Simple Rebate Process

Specialized’s Spring Savings 2020 rebate is valid only on purchases made between March 20, 2020, and April 19, 2020 through select authorized Specialized retailers and Specialized Click & Collect.

Don’t worry, it’s not a hassle to get those big savings. Simply fill out the rebate process online from March 20, 2020, through April 19, 2020. (You’ll need photos of your receipt, bike model SKU, and its serial number sticker.)

Specialized Bikes on Sale

S-Works Ruby: $7,500 ($2,500 Off)

S-Works Ruby White BG

This all-road machine combines a high-performance frame with Dura-Ace electronic shifting to bring you a bike ready to tackle all of your adventures. Engineered with Specialized’s Women’s Endurance Geometry, the S-Works Ruby promises a smooth and efficient ride that will leave you ready for more.

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Stumpjumper EVO Comp Carbon 29: $3,164 ($1,356 Off)*

StumpJumper EVO Comp Carbon 29

The EVO Stumpjumper is intentionally a “stumpy” trail bike with a longer and lower geometry to overcome technical terrain. Specialized used a sidearm frame design intended to give this bike more stiffness and better handling when you hit big bumps and deep cuts.

The price above includes the $676 rebate available.

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S-Works Epic : $9,018 ($1,002 Off)

S-Works Epic White BG

A cross-country race bike with full suspension, the S-Works Epic is designed to empahsize tight handling. Specialized says the combination of front-end geometry, a 100mm fork, and rear suspension is built to stay firm on flats and cushion any obstacles.

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Roubaix Expert: $4,995 ($805 Off)

Specialized Roubaix Expert

The Expert is stocked with Shimano Ultegra 8050 Di2, disc brakes, and a light-but-stiff frame that Specialized based on its SL4. Up front, the brand touts its Future Shock, which uses a piston in the head tube and claims 20 mm of travel.

The end goal is smoothness when riding over rough roads. Some sizes are sold out online already, but check your local bike shop!

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Women’s Diverge E5 Elite: $1,050 ($350 Off)

Women's Diverge E5 Elite

The Diverge is an all-around bike that works from commutes to urban trails. It’s built around an aluminum frameset with clearance for large tires yet doesn’t have traditional “cross” geometry.

Spcecialized calls it Open Road Geometry, which basically tilts closer to roadie than a cross or trail bike’s geometry. Yet the rest of the bike’s features are made to withstand off-road adventures.

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Epic Hardtail: $1,589 ($531 Off)*

Specialized Epic Hardtail

The Epic is a price play that provides cross-country performance for under $2,000 on sale. It uses the same light carbon chassis as the Pro model, a SRAM SX Eagle drivetrain, and a fork with a lockout lever.

Like some of the other bikes, Specialized also eased up on the Epic’s headtube angle and added more length, intending to create a faster ride. The price above includes the $265 rebate available.

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Specialized Bike Gear on Sale

RBX Long Sleeve Jersey — Women’s & Men’s: $38-56 ($19-37 Off)

Specialized RBX long sleeve jersey

This long-sleeve jersey gives comfort on cooler rides or sun protection in spring. It’s made with warming stretch knit to help wick sweat and not irritate the skin. It features the usual expandable back pockets and a full front zipper for temperature regulation.

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Propero III Helmet: $82 ($28 Off)

Specialized Propero 3 helmet

With an emphasis on comfort and value, the Propero III is just a step down from a race helmet like the S-Works Prevail. Additionally, it has deep-channel venting and webbing made to stay dry and keep its shape.

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Airnet Helmet: $75-99 ($51-75 Off)

specialized airnet helmet

As the name suggests, the Airnet prioritizes ventilation and uses internal channels with large vents to let air pass through easily. The webbing is designed to stay dry and not stretch out. Underneath, there are wool pads for comfort and antimicrobial sweat management.

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Stix Elite Lights — Elite Headlight ($38) & Elite 2 Taillight ($30): $7-10 Off

specialized elite headlight and elite 2 taillight

We listed these last, but safety first! These lights run from 2.4 (high) to 92 (low) hours before needing to charge via USB. They both mount in varied positions to fit most bars and stays.

Additionally, the six-mode headlight runs up to 92 hours in low-light eco flash mode or can crank up to 74 lumens at its brightest. The taillight ranges from 12 t0 100 lumens and is visible from half a mile away.

This article is sponsored by Specialized. You can see the entire Speed Into Spring Sale here. The sale is available in the United States only.

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