We don't think you will substitute a Specialized Source 2 SE
for the Stumpjumper FSR EVO
you are planning to buy, but maybe you don't ride dirt all the time. If you commute or have been thinking of commuting on a bike, Specialized's new deal on their Source 2 SE is a win-win proposition.
Specialized Bicycle Components launches their newest city bike, the Source 2 SE, with a campaign titled Source 2 for 1. The idea is simple: for every Source 2 SE purchased, Specialized (along with partners Gates and SRAM), will donate a Buffalo bicycle to healthcare workers in Kenya through World Bicycle Relief,
a non-profit organization that helps transform individuals and their communities through the power of bicycles.
In sub-Saharan Africa, the bicycle is hugely important to health services—akin to an ambulance. It expands the reach of healthcare workers by five times, enabling them to reach both the sick and clinics, including patients in the most remote locations who may previously have had no access to healthcare.
The Source 2 SE itself is the ultimate bike for city streets, featuring a Gates Carbon Drive CDX and a SRAM 2-speed Automatix hub. The bike comes with pre-installed custom fenders and rack, on a super light E5 aluminum frame with smooth welds. Hydraulic disc brakes maintain strong stopping power, even in wet weather, and the graphics reflect the Source 2 for 1 campaign, with subtle African patterns and the World Bicycle Relief insignia.
The Source 2 SE is available at top Specialized dealers across the U.S. and the around the globe.