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Curious if a Specialized bike is right for you and looking for a way to find out before fully committing? Or do you find yourself always wanting the next best thing, but dread the hassle of selling what you have to get an upgrade? Now, you can lease select Specialized bikes with S-Limitless. 

By signing up for S-Limitless, you gain access to an exclusive program that allows you to lease a bike on a 12 or 24 month term.  At the end of your term, buy the bike if you love it, or return it so you can start fresh with the latest and greatest in the game.


HOW DOES IT WORK?

  • Visit us in-store to browse available bikes and apply for your lease.
  • Get started with a low down payment and choose either a 12 or 24 month lease term.
  • Love it? Buy it. You'll know ahead of time what your bike will cost to purchase at the end of your term if you choose to buy.
  • Ready for an upgrade? Return your bike at the end of the term and start over with something new. 
  • We've got you covered - you'll receive a full factory warranty for the life of the program and after purchase.

Check our frequently asked questions or reach out using the form below for more information.


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S-LIMITLESS FAQ: 

You can select 12 or 24 month lease terms.

With a 10% down payment, a typical monthly payment for a $2000 bike is approximately $80 plus tax for a 12 month lease term and $50 plus tax for a 24 month lease term.

Yes! If you have completed the lease term and made all payments, you will have the option to purchase the bike for a predetermined price. The price will be listed in your lease contract so there won't be any ambiguity as to what the final cost will be.

While you are not required to carry insurance for your leased bike, we strongly encourage you to do so. As a lessee, you are financially responsible for the bike if it is stolen or damaged. A renters or homeowners insurance policy may cover this liability, depending on the value of the bike you are leasing.