Specialized Diverge | The Ultimate Do It All Road Bike?

Is the Specialized Diverge a great one-quiver road bike that can do it all? That’s a tough question to answer. But we think it might be. The Specialized Diverge has all the capabilities and versatility that most people want today. Let’s face it. The majority of us aren’t out there to break records or win races. We want a bike that can handle a variety of situations and won’t hold us back. Here are a few reasons we think the Diverge checks off the most boxes for people.


Whether you’re road biking, on a long-distance endurance ride, bike packing across the US, or hitting some country roads for a nice gravel ride, the Diverge can handle it all. Not only that but it can be configured to excel in any one of these areas with the right components and accessories. If you’re gonna be mostly on road, stick with slick tires for low rolling resistance. If you’ll mostly be on gravel, go with a tried and true tire like the Panracer Gravel King. The options are endless.


The Diverge comes in a wide variety of models. Starting with the $1300 Base E5 and going all the way up to the $10,500 S-Works version. Depending on your budget and needs, there is a model that will work for you. The base model creates a good entry point for anybody looking to get a Diverge. With every model upgrade, the components become better and more refined. By the $4200 Comp Carbon level, the frames come with SWAT storage integration which is a great feature on any bike!


The Specialized Diverge can suit a wide variety of needs from the road, to gravel, bike packing, and more. If you’re in the market for a bike like this that can handle it all, consider the Diverge!

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