£2 750

Specialized Kenevo Expert 2018

ADDED: July 22, 2022
Type E-Bike
Suspension Full Suspension
Brand Specialized
Motor Specialized 1.3, custom Rx Trail-tuned motor, 250W Nominal
Wheel Size 27.5 Inch
Colour Blue
Forks RockShox Lyrik RCT3 Solo Air, 110mm boost spacing
Frame M5 Aluminum integrated downtube battery, internal cable and command post IR routing, sealed cartridge bearings
Handlebars Specialized, 6061 alloy, 6° upsweep, 8° backsweep, 27mm rise, 780mm width
Grips DMR Deathgrip
Stem Specialized Trail, 3D forged alloy, 4-bolt, 6° rise
Saddle Body Geometry Henge Comp, hollow chromoly rails, 143mm
Rear Derailleur SRAM GX, 11-speed
Shift Lever SRAM GX, 11-speed
Brake Levers Sram Code R
Chain KMC
Crankset Custom alloy crankarms
Chainrings Forged steel, 32 tooth
Front Brake SRAM Code R 200mm
Rear Brake SRAM Code R 200mm
Pedals DMR Vault
Tyres Tires: Butcher Grid Gravity 2Bliss Ready T9 – Brand New and unridden
Accessory Spare 500wh Battery. Plus Trail Watts 256wh Booster system
Seller Note


I purchased the bike new in July 2018 (from Rutland Cycles). Selling as I have upgraded to the 2022 Kenevo Expert. Fantastic Bikes!


The motor was replaced November 2021. The new motor is under warranty until November 2023. The remaining 14 month warranty on the motor passes over to the new owner (I have documentation in digital format).


The original battery recently developed issues and Specialized replaced it with a brand new battery under warranty - the new battery is totally unused and in it's box.

The bike also comes with a spare 500wh battery. I purchased this from a friend.  His bike was stolen, but as he keeps his batteries in the house, he still had the battery, but not the bike. I believe that this was his second battery, replaced under warranty in 2019. I had it as a spare and used it a few times at bike parks. One of the lights always shows red, but the battery charges and works without issues.


I fitted a Trail Watts Booster battery to the bike in the summer of 2021 (cost £629). This takes the battery up to 756wh, but as mentioned, the spare battery is up for sale as well, so in theory, a total of 1260wh available! I have shuttled myself up to the top of Bike Park Wales all day several times on this set up and only ever got a third of the way through the spare battery before the bike “outrode me” and I got too tired. I have never been able to out-pedal the booster and the two batteries in one go.


There is a Fox Transfer dropper fitted. This was a replacement (under warranty) for the original dropper, which failed after about 6 months.


The saddle is pretty scuffed and might need replacing if you don’t like it looking untidy. No issues with it other than the normal scuffs.


There’s the usual dings and wear around the frame. I have included as many photos of them as I can. There’s some cable tie rub around the forks (where I had a mud guard attached). Also, quite a bit of “rub” on the crank arms where I’ve ridden it with my feet tucked close to the cranks (I’ve got big feet). These are all cosmetic. Everything on the bike works really well and it’s a proper weapon.