The All-New Turbo Levo - The Power to Ride More Trails
The all-new Turbo Levo is what happens when a group of Swiss geniuses refuse to be satisfied, are kept well fed and entertained, and are hell-bent on giving you a ride even better than you thought was possible. New chassis. New motor. New battery. Next-level software—the new Turbo Levo reflects a complete design overhaul that doesn’t just set the bar for e-MTB, it embodies it. And for the record, yeah, we know that’s saying a hell of a lot. The Levo, however, takes everything we learned from the latest Stumpjumper’s development and puts it into a lighter, slimmer, stiffer, and incredibly capable package. We even boosted its range by a staggering 40%, and equipped it with the smoothest, quietest, and most powerful motor in its class.
Giving you “The Power to Ride More Trails” isn’t just a tagline to us—this Turbo Levo makes it a reality.
Lighter. Slacker. More Capable.
It Starts at the Frame
You’re looking at one of the lightest, most capable full-suspension e-mountain bikes to ever touch dirt. And much of the Turbo Levo’s summer beach body is the result of what we learned while designing the latest Stumpjumper. Case in point is its new Sidearm frame design that gives it an exceptional stiffness-to-weight ratio. We also gave it a slacker geometry, so the Turbo Levo is now lower-slung for incredibly capable handling on tough descents and even easier maneuverability in technical terrain.
Rowdy Descents? Steep Climbs? Hell. Yes.
A Better Ride
Taking nods from the Stumpjumper, the Turbo Levo is a fully-fledged progressive trail bike. We’ve lengthened the reach, kept the chainstays nice and short, and maintained a low center of gravity. Next, we slackened the head angle for more confident descents and steepened the seat angle to improve climbing efficiency. We’ve also added a Flip Chip, so you can adjust your bottom bracket height and head angle in a matter of minutes. It’s dialed.
More Control Up AND Down the Trail
We fine-tuned the Turbo Levo’s suspension design to give you even more control where you need it most. The initial travel is supple—perfect for smoothing out small bumps and trail chatter. We also added more mid-stroke support, so there’s no wallowing about or blowing through your 150mm of suspension travel on big hits and drops. This extra mid-stroke support also helps when you’re climbing by keeping the bike from sinking into its rear travel when the trail points up and your weight shifts back.
The Smoothest, Quietest, and Most Powerful Motor in Its Class
Truly Innovative Power
The Turbo Levo’s ultralight, magnesium-bodied Specialized 2.1 motor amplifies your input by up to 410% with absolutely no awkward surges in power. No lurch. No “I really hope this thing will stop” motor jumps. Our engineers in Switzerland devoted years, literally, to making this a reality by creating custom software that drives the most cutting-edge motor in its class. And it’s all exclusive to the Turbo Levo—a motor that provides an incredibly smooth and natural boost to your own pedaling efforts. It’s You, Only Faster.
Brilliance Made Simple
This Turbo is, quite possibly, the smartest and best-connected e-MTB to date. There, we said it. In the center of the top tube, you’ll find our Turbo Connect Unit that connects the bike, via ANT+ and Bluetooth®, to both the outside and the Turbo Connect Handlebar Display (available aftermarket). Speaking of which, the latest version of the Mission Control App now has more features and is simpler to use than ever before. It lets you easily custom-tune nearly every aspect of the bike, monitor your power use, control your range, perform basic system diagnoses, record and upload rides—there’s even a new Shuttle Mode feature that takes the sting out of long climbs by giving you maximum motor support with less required effort at the pedals. It’s perfect for the days where you want to ditch the lift and get up on your own. Seriously, the new Mission Control puts the whole Turbo Levo experience over the top, and you’ll only get it here.
The Power To Ride More Trails