2024 Specialized Diverge Sport Carbon Gravel Bike

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The 2024 Specialized Diverge Sport Carbon Gravel Bike is ready for gravel escapes or to drop the hammer at the front of your favorite gravel race. It delivers a ride that's quick and lively under power, but stable and confidence inspiring when the terrain gets rough.
With a FACT 8r carbon frame, the Diverge Sport frame is an incredibly capable and race bike light. The Future Shock 1.5 fork is the ideal technology for the gravel rider. With 20mm of axial compliance, Future Shock 1.5 is progressively tuned specifically for gravel riding. This keeps you confident and in control, able to keep the power down and stay off the brakes over rough dirt roads and in thick loose gravel, all while keeping your hands, arms and neck fresh. The new Diverge has a whopping 47mm of tyre clearance with a 700c wheel and 2.1” with a 650b wheel.
The Diverge Sport Carbon comes with a gravel specific 2x12 speed Shimano GRX groupset and reliable DT Swiss G540 wheels. The frame also has plenty of rack mounts, including fork and top tube mounts, to ensure you can take what you need, no matter how far you plan to go, or how long you plan to stay out.
This bike is perfect for
Gravel riders who plant to spend part of their time on the road. With a 2x drivetrain you have the extra gearing you need for on-road and off-road riding.
Key Features
  • FACT 8r carbon frame and Future Shock 1.5 fork
  • 2x12 speed Shimano GRX gearing
  • Comes with 700x42c tyres but can take up to 700x47c or 2.1x650c


Gravel Bike Buying Guide

Gravel bikes have exploded in popularity over the last few years. There are now dozens of gravel bike events around the UK and a growing number of long distance cycling routes designed with gravel bikes in mind. In this gravel bike buying guide we’ll take you through the main things to consider when picking a gravel bike.

What’s the appeal of a gravel bike?

The main appeal of gravel bikes is versatility,. You can use them on normal roads but they’ll also work great on forest roads, old railway lines and farm tracks. So you can go for a ride off-road, avoiding cars and traffic, but link it with sections of tarmac as well. Of course you can do this on a mountain bike but a gravel bike will generally be faster and lighter. This also means you can cover some big distances when touring. A lot of gravel bike riders are road cyclists who want to get away from traffic.

As gravel bikes often get used for touring and bikepacking most will come with mounting points for bags. This luggage capacity combined with speed, and ability to handle mixed surfaces, means that gravel bikes are also extremely popular for commuting on.


Read our full gravel bike buying guide

Are Gravel Bikes Good for Commuting?

Gravel bikes are very popular for commuting. We sell lots of them on the cycle to work scheme. One of our biggest stores for gravel bike sales is our Greenwich shop in London. They're mainly selling them for commuting around central London on. We’re going to run you through the pros and cons of commuting on a gravel bike and answer the question ‘are gravel bikes good for commuting?’

The Pros of Commuting on a Gravel Bike

Gravel bikes are fast, nearly as quick as a standard road bike. They are certainly quicker on the road than most mountain bikes and many hybrids. That means you can get to work, and home, in the shortest time possible. But what makes gravel bikes so good for commuting is that they are extremely versatile. They can be ridden on tarmac, cycle paths, old railway lines, canal towpaths, and even off-road trails. So, it’s easy to mix it up on your commute and avoid traffic.

Another big advantage of commuting on a gravel bike is that they're generally more comfortable than road bikes. This is because they have wider tyres and longer wheelbases, which results in a smoother and more stable ride. So you don’t get bounced around as much on rough roads. Most gravel bikes have a fairly upright riding position which makes it easier to see what’s going on in traffic. The combination of stable handling and the comfortable riding position is a massive confidence boost for the rider, especially on wet roads.


Read more about the pros and cons of gravel bikes for commuting


Who are Specialized?

Specialized is one of the best-known quality bike brands in the world. Started by a group of riders in 1974. A fact which has guided their decision making ever since.

" Made for riders, by riders."

They strove to make the best quality tires when quality tyres weren't around. When people wanted to ride cruisers in the dirt, they made the first production mountain bike. When roadies wanted to go faster, Specialized doubled down on carbon and built their own wind tunnel.

Bikes like the Allez, Rockhopper and Stumpjumper have developed followings and reputations of their own. Specialized has a reputation for making high-end, high-quality bikes. Specialized bikes always look great with high-quality paint and sensible sizing hel0s you get the right bike each time. If you buy a Specialized bike you can be guaranteed it will do what it is supposed to and will last.


Find our more about Specialized bikes

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Seat Binder - Specialized Alloy, 30.8mm

Frame - Specialized Diverge FACT 8r carbon, Future Shock suspension, threaded BB, internal routing, 12x142mm thru-axle, flat-mount disc

Fork - Future Shock 1.5 w/Smooth Boot, FACT carbon, 12x100 mm thru-axle, flat-mount

Saddle - Body Geometry Power Sport, steel rails

SeatPost - Carbon, single-bolt, 27.2mm

Stem - Future Stem, Comp

Tape - Roubaix S-Wrap

Handlebars - Specialized Adventure Gear Hover, 103mm drop x 70mm reach x 12º flare

Front Brake - Shimano GRX RX400

Rear Brake - Shimano GRX RX400

Chainrings - 46/30T

Cassette - Shimano 105 12-speed 11-36

Crankset - Shimano GRX RX610

Front Derailleur - Shimano GRX RX820

Rear Derailleur - Shimano GRX RX820, 12-speed

Bottom Bracket - Shimano Threaded BSA BB

Shift Levers - Shimano GRX RX610, 2x12-speed

Chain - Shimano SLX, M7100, 12-speed

Front Wheel - DT Swiss G540 rim, 24mm internal width, tubeless ready, 24h, Specialized full sealed bearing thru axle hub, centerlock disc, DT Swiss Champion 14G stainless steel spokes, DT Swiss brass nipples

Rear Wheel - DT Swiss G540 rim, 24mm internal width, tubeless ready, 24h, Specialized full sealed bearing thru axle hub, centerlock disc, DT Swiss Champion 14G stainless steel spokes, DT Swiss brass nipples

Inner Tubes - 700x28/38mm, 48mm Presta valve

Front Tyre - Pathfinder Pro 2BR, Tan sidewall, 700x42

Rear Tyre - Pathfinder Pro 2BR, Tan sidewall, 700x42

Weight - Size 56 - 10.05Kg (22 lb, 2.5 oz)

Colours GLOSS METALLIC SPRUCE/SPRUCE, SATIN CARBON/BLUE ONYX, SATIN PURPLE INDIGO TINT/PURPLE INDIGO/AMBER GLOW
Sizes 44, 49, 52, 54, 56, 58, 61, 64
Brand Specialized
Model Year 2024
Barcodes 888818967797, 888818967896, 888818967940, 888818968039, 888818968060, 888818968091, 888818968138, 888818968220, 888818968312, 888818968329, 888818968374, 888818968442, 888818968558, 888818968633, 888818968688, 888818968695, 888818968718, 888818968725, 888818968848, 888818968862, 888818968886, 888818968893, 888818968923, 888818968947
SKUs / Part Numbers 95424-6044, 95424-6049, 95424-6052, 95424-6054, 95424-6056, 95424-6058, 95424-6061, 95424-6064, 95424-6144, 95424-6149, 95424-6152, 95424-6154, 95424-6156, 95424-6158, 95424-6161, 95424-6164, 95424-6244, 95424-6249, 95424-6252, 95424-6254, 95424-6256, 95424-6258, 95424-6261, 95424-6264

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