Hybrid Bike Specialized ARIEL 2018 / Specialized

Hybrid Bike Specialized ARIEL 2018

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Hybrid Bike Specialized ARIEL 2018

The Ariel is the new 2018 Hybrid Bike model that has released the SPECIALIZED brandon sale.

This hybrid bike incorporates the SR Suntour Fork that will be of great help when moving from pavement to Earth. The aluminium-made frame A1 has been prepared for the use of racks and mudguards.

The hydraulic disc brakes that this hybrid bike has, stand out due to the excellent braking power in all conditions.

Technical characteristics of the SPECIALIZED ARIEL bike

  • Frame: Specialized Aluminium A1 Premium
  • Fork: SR suntour NEX COIL
  • Brakes: Aluminium V-Brake
  • Roofs: Specialized Trigger Sport 60TPI
  • Colors: Blue, grey, white
  • Sizes: XS, S, M, L
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What do we know about the SPECIALIZED brand?

Specialized Bicycle Components is an American company that manufactures bicycles and cyclingcomponents. Specialized was created in California in 1974 at the hands of Mike Noyard. In its beginnings its production had as reference its model star of bicycle of Allez Road and that of cycling Sequoia. He feels years later, in 1981 Mike was commissioned by Tim Neenan to design a mountain bike frame that could be produced in series.

At the beginning of the years 90, it introduced in its catalog the line of urban bicycles Globe. In 2001, Mérida Bikes bought 49% of Specialized and became the company's majority shareholder and CEO .


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