Specialized Sirrus Sport Hybrid Bike

4.86/5 (14 Reviews)
MSRP : $560.00


Product Description

Specialized Sirrus Sport: Combining the heart of the world's best road bikes with a flat-bar, urban-friendly form, Sirrus Sport redefines the notion of versatility. 27-speed Shimano gearing keeps your pedaling efficient over varied terrain...


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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by BigDaddy a Recreational Rider

Date Reviewed: October 15, 2014

Strengths:    Well Built, components work very well with the bike as a whole, quick shifting, excellent wheels/tires. Excellent fast commuter. All for only $490.00 plus tax. LBS included a bell and water cage (Woohoo!! Sold!)

Weaknesses:    None....oh wait - Made in China. I took care of that and had the Made in China removed before riding out the door of my LBS

Bottom Line:   
2013/2014 Specialized Sirrus Sport. I use this mainly for commuting to give make my mountain a bike a mountain bike and my road bike a road bike. I can put racks front and back if needed. This bike can handle a load. Commuting isn't the only thing this bike is good for, it would excel in being a touring bike. It really is well built and light. I was surprisingly impressed with this bike.

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Price Paid:    $490.00

Purchased At:   Calmar Bicycles

Bike Setup:   Stock. Front and rear lights, Shimano XTR pedals, Rear rack (55lb load)


Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Brad

Date Reviewed: June 15, 2014

Strengths:    Light weight yet very sturdy. I like the handling and easy shift and balance at low and higher speeds.

Weaknesses:    None

Bottom Line:   
A great option for everyday road use with flexible options for changing out tires for more rugged rides.


Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Bob Knott

Date Reviewed: May 18, 2014

Strengths:    Easy shifting! Great handling.

Weaknesses:    Poor choices of colours. This may be a small complaint but the only colours available were black or REALLY RED!

Bottom Line:   
I had not ridden a bicycle for nearly 40 years. After a knee replacement I needed the sort of exercise bike riding provided. I love it and ride almost every day. The only real adjustment I needed to make was to put on an adjustable yoke to raise the handlebars about 1 cm.


Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Tom

Date Reviewed: April 8, 2014

Strengths:    Great bike for the money. Smooth riding and better shifting than I thought would have. Very light

Weaknesses:    Non

Bottom Line:   
I tried Focus which is a great German bike but this was much more comfortable


Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:4
Submitted by Tony Ha a Recreational Rider

Date Reviewed: May 7, 2013

Strengths:    Smooth sturdy bike! Light enough for most of my trail rides.

Weaknesses:    No real weakness for a hybrid. Pretty light and ride solid.

Bottom Line:   
Took this bike on some new trails and love it. It is fast enough for the non professional riders.



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Hello! Both the Sirrus Sport and Fuji 4.0 are in the same price range, which is max what I can afford. Basically I am looking for the lightest/fastest/most efficient bike I can get in that price range and those are the ones I have narrowed it down to which are available in my city. I also look ... Read More »

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I own a 2007 Sirrus that has about 1500 miles on it. The bike is very comfortable but is in need of a new wheel set, which I will purchase from the BWW in the next few months (Mavic CPX 22 rims with Shimano 2300 hubs). Last month I road my Sirrus in a Sprint Triathlon, which had a 14 mile loop that ... Read More »

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I am a beginner but in shape. 6 foor, 190 pounds. Athletic. I want to buy a bike for exercise at the beach - roads are mostly flat, but there are some fine gravel patches. Only doing road biking - but for exercise, not speed. Plan on doing 10-20 miles once or twice per week during the summer. Want b ... Read More »

Janis Allegro 2 vs. Giant Rapid Fire 3 vs. Specialized Sirrus Sport vs. Trek 7300

I am a beginner but in shape. 6 foor, 190 pounds. Athletic. I want to buy a bike for exercise at the beach - roads are mostly flat, but there are some fine gravel patches. Only doing road biking - but for exercise, not speed. Plan on doing 10-20 miles once or twice per week during the summer. ... Read More »





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