The New 2019 Levo Carbon comp lands in Oz.

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Bicycle Riders Morningside in Brisbane, QLD Australia have these for demo 7th to 20th August.
Have been told same battery and motor still for 2019.

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So certainly same motor and battery for the 2019 Levo Aluminum Comp.
Please also post pics of the all-aluminum versions if you come across those.
 

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Hmmm... Looks like the current 2018 Comp Carbon we have in the US
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I wonder if there are any upgrades other than paint.
 

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Are you 100% sure these are 2019? They look very 2018 to me....

If they are 2019, Specialized have really lost the plot, missed the boat and destroyed my expectations.....

I think if it is true, I will crawl back into my hole and sulk :eek::cry::eek::cry::cry::cry: for the next few months while I contemplate what brand I now need to jump to...
 

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On their facebook it's just "Specialized Levo Comp Carbon test bikes available..."
 

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I doubt they’d fanfare a test on last years bikes though, especially if there are major changes on the way.
 

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Maybe they have just a load of 2018s in that they really need to get shot of before the 2019s land?

I hope so..... cause they really do look like 2108s to me too.
 
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They're wasting their time if they haven't incorporated the new magnesium casing Brose motor. It has pedal pressure activated torque response and it's one feature desperately needed by specialized. No one want to try starting up on an incline and having to wait for half a wheel rev before some assistance kicks in.
 

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What's the release date for the MagS? Anyone know?
 
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That’s not available until January though.
 
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It'll be worth the wait if Specialized don't come up with the goods. I just don't think a company as market savy as Specialized would wait with introducing the Mag S motor. It's such an important element of the bike and it's improvements are not just a facelift. It is a complete redesign and the torque sensing function is critical in keeping at the top of the game.
 

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They're wasting their time if they haven't incorporated the new magnesium casing Brose motor. It has pedal pressure activated torque response and it's one feature desperately needed by specialized. No one want to try starting up on an incline and having to wait for half a wheel rev before some assistance kicks in.
Mine doesn't do that - assist activation comes pretty instant. Maybe that was an issue before the x.23 update?
 
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Also note Specialized also sometimes use non standard colour schemes for demo bikes so it's possible that a 2019 demo bike uses 2018 comp colour but is 2019 spec in all other areas.
 



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