Specialized Diverge Elite - wheels removal?

Mrdini

Regular
So - I've recently ordered a Specialized Diverge E5 Elite (so I don't have it in front of me at moment). Because I'd like to travel with it shortly, I was trying to find out how the wheels came off. My understanding so far is that the wheels are not quick-release, but I can't find out if that means it comes with levers to unscrew or I would need special tools (hex?) to remove the wheels?

Thanks!
 
It's got thru-axles so you'll just need a hex key. 5 or 6mm at a guess.
 

Levo-Lon

Guru
The tools are usually on the bike with a specialized well they are on my Epic, under the bottle cage, nice little touch
 

Justinitus

Warning: May Contain Pie
Location
Wiltshire
It will be a 5mm hex key to remove both thru axles - mine didn’t come with any sort of key or tool so I just keep a spare 5mm hex in the saddle bag.

You will probably get a little plastic bag with some weird plastic brackets and a length of plastic tubing when you get the bike - this is for if you want to fit a dropper seat post to the bike.

Congrats on the new bike, I’m sure you’ll love it ^_^
 

fossyant

Ride It Like You Stole It!
Location
South Manchester
It will be a 5mm hex key to remove both thru axles - mine didn’t come with any sort of key or tool so I just keep a spare 5mm hex in the saddle bag.

You will probably get a little plastic bag with some weird plastic brackets and a length of plastic tubing when you get the bike - this is for if you want to fit a dropper seat post to the bike.

Congrats on the new bike, I’m sure you’ll love it ^_^
Psst it's a Diverge (aka road bike) - you don't usually fit droppers :laugh:
 

SpokeyDokey

Into my 64th
Moderator
Psst it's a Diverge (aka road bike) - you don't usually fit droppers :laugh:
Whyte do some nice gravel bashers with droppers:

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