Specialized has always made some of the best bikes out there, but most recently, they’ve really broken away from the pack by designing some amazing bikes for women. By recognizing that there are some significant and common differences between male and female riders beyond average height, Specialized Women’s Bikes not only fit many female riders better than other brands, they also ride and handle better. Women specific frame and suspension designs combined with smart components packages make for bikes that are uncompromisingly designed for the needs and wants of all female riders. The trend continues for 2012 and we’re proud to have some new women’s specific 2012 bikes at the shop: the 2012 Amira Apex and Myka Sport Disc 29.
The 2012 Amira is a truly ground-breaking bike, as we mentioned earlier this season, but to really get a sense of just how amazing this bike is, you’ve got to see it in person. A true race bike, designed for women from the ground up, the Amira is the perfect blend of quickness, comfort, and price for the female rider looking for a competition-worthy ride. Not just a small Tarmac, the Amira is delivers the same ride as its brother, but because it’s designed for lighter riders, it’s actually lighter than a Tarmac of the same size. Stop and see for yourself what the Amira can do.
We never want to leave out the dirt riders, and neither does the big S, so we’re super stoked to have the 2012 Myka Sport Disc 29 in stock. First introduced for the 2011 season, the Myka 29 is now available at a more affordable price. Featuring the one of the lowest stand-over heights available and custom tuned suspension fork, the Myka 29 brings all the fun of the bigger wheels without comprises. Stop by, take it around the block, and we double dare you to keep a smile off your face.