We know that looks aren’t everything but the Specialized Vita Sport 2011 hybrid bike deserves some praise. White, with silver and red detailing and featuring a rather gorgeous geometry this is a bike that is going to turn a few heads.
When it comes to practicalities and performance, the Vita Sport hybrid bike scores top marks, too. Lovingly created from aluminium, the double-butted frame is lightweight, yet highly durable, with alloy forks, and gives a ride that is both efficient and well-balanced.
You’ll notice, too, that the Specialized Vita Sport has a women’ specific geometry. The lower top tube and generous seat-to-handlebar positioning offers many hours of comfortable riding.
Indeed, this is a bike that will serve you well on longer road and trail outings. It’s a hybrid bike that is great for commuting to the office, as well as longer sportive style rides. And whether you’re going uphill, along the flat or downhill this is a bike that will bring a smile to your face.
As usual, Specialized have not scrimped on the components. For a bike priced at £449.99, there is a generous amount of Shimano kit, including derailleurs, gear shifters and chainset. If you didn’t know, Shimano is a by-word for good-quality, high-performance components. In layman’s terms this means the gears are smooth, easy to use and long lasting.
If you like your bike saddles on the generous side of extremely comfy, then the Vita Sport hybrid bike is a wise choice. The Body Geometry Women’s Riva Road saddle is sure to delight.
Whether you’re a new-comer to cycling, a returner, or a keep-fit fan you’re sure to have many years of fun on the Specialized Vita Sport Hybrid bike.