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$700.00
Ruthless Progression This totally redesigned P.Series gives riders of all sizes a jumping off point to a life on bikes. The lightweight, but tough alloy frame is designed to take all the hits and keep rolling—across all frame and wheel size options. Our approach to these robust bikes centers around delivering a simple, high-quality platform that's versatile for all riders, and packs in category-first features that make a difference to the rider. Starting with the durable lightweight alloy frame, the new P.Series stands up to the demands of dirt jump progression. Its cables are internally routed, adding to its sleek presence and tangle-free riding. • Specialized P.4, A1 Premium Alloy, 27.5", fully-butted tubing, dropper post compatible and 26" wheel compatible.
$1,200.00
We’ll leave it up to you to fine-tune your fun as you see fit with the Status 140 frameset. Fast and furious, smooth and stylish, or somewhere in the middle, you know the build that fits the bill, so have at it. Whether it’s to have another go at that new line or one last pass on that feature just to make sure you got the perfect shot, the Status’s durable M5 alloy construction is designed to take any punishment you throw at it with a smile. Far from giving the Status a split personality, its mixed wheel-size design gives it a single-minded focus on fun with a 29-inch wheel up front bringing plenty of cornering traction to the table, while the short, 27.5-inch-optimized rear end whispers in your ear to whip right over that table. - With an eye on keeping maintenance to a minimum, oversized pivot bearings increase durability while a common size across all pivots makes service and replacement a breeze when that day does come around. A threaded SRAM DUB bottom bracket continues on the theme with worry-free performance. - The active, planted feel of the Status’ FSR suspension design and Fox’s DPX2 rear shock equipped with our Rx Trail Tune make for perfect friends—and plenty of benefits. Calling on a twin-tube design that allows for two separate oil pathways during compression and rebound, the DPX2 rear shock provides plenty of support for big hits while still offering enough buttery small-bump sensitivity to keep you fresh for when the style points really count.
$1,200.00
It's dealer's choice with the Status 160 frameset, but whatever the build, a good time is more than a safe bet. But that said, the odds of you being able to keep your poker face after getting a taste of the Status 160's playful Mixed Wheel-Size Trail Geometry are awfully tall. The traction and rolling speed of a 29-inch wheel on the front and the quick-to-flick, snappy ride feel of a 27.5-inch wheel in back may sound like were hedging our bets, but we're really going all-in on fun. And, by sticking to a frame design with an emphasis on simplicity and reliability we've ensured the fun flows unfiltered and free from distractions. - With an eye on keeping maintenance to a minimum, oversized pivot bearings increase durability while a common size across all pivots makes service and replacement a breeze when that day does come around. A threaded SRAM DUB bottom bracket continues on the theme with worry-free performance. - The active, planted feel of the Status' FSR suspension design and Fox's DPX2 rear shock equipped with our Rx Trail Tune make for perfect friends—and plenty of benefits. Calling on a twin-tube design that allows for two separate oil pathways during compression and rebound, the DPX2 rear shock provides plenty of support for big hits while still offering enough buttery small-bump sensitivity to keep you fresh for when the style points really count.
$1,400.00
We'll leave it up to you to fine-tune your fun as you see fit with the Status 140 frameset. Fast and furious, smooth and stylish, or somewhere in the middle, you know the build that fits the bill, so have at it. - With an eye on keeping maintenance to a minimum, oversized pivot bearings increase durability while a common size across all pivots makes service and replacement a breeze when that day does come around. A threaded SRAM DUB bottom bracket continues on the theme with worry-free performance. - The active, planted feel of the Status's FSR suspension design and Fox's FLOAT X Performance rear shock equipped with our Rx Trail Tune make for perfect friends—and plenty of benefits. Calling on a twin-tube design that allows for two separate oil pathways during compression and rebound, the FLOAT X Performance rear shock provides plenty of support for big hits while still offering enough buttery small-bump sensitivity to keep you fresh for when the style points really count.
$3,500.00
Stumpjumper 15 is here to obliterate every trade-off in the trail game. Devour bumps like a big bike? Check. Short-travel control, playfulness, and efficiency? Double check. How about a heaping helping of personalization to make it perfect for the only rider who really matters—you? Check, check, check. - Lightweight FACT 11m carbon chassis, rear-end, and link - Ride Dynamics tuned FOX FLOAT Factory with Specialized GENIE patent-pending air spring technology provides maximum grip and traction found in a linear coil spring, bottom-out prevention found in a progressive air spring, and the ability to tune mid-stroke and end-stroke support independently. Highly adjustable 2-position open and firm mode with 3-position open mode compression adjuster. - Lifetime bearing replacement
$3,800.00
The fastest downcountry bike in the world. Epic 8 EVO is the dressed up, cranked-to-11 expression of the new Epic 8. Spec’d to slay downcountry terrain with its unmatched combo of capability, efficiency, and light weight, Epic 8 EVO’s updated kinematics allow for insanely efficient climbing—while the Ride Dynamics-tuned shock eats up rough terrain on the way down. If ripping single track at blazing fast speeds and high fiving your friends is your idea of fun, the Epic 8 EVO is the bike for you. UNMATCHED CAPABILITY: The most capable 120mm bike on the planet, made even more capable. You’ll be blown away by how Epic 8 EVO’s progressive geometry delivers technical terrain capability alongside fast and efficient climbing and acceleration performance. The absurd lateral and torsional rigidity of the chassis translates to some seriously precision handling, too. With a bump up to 130mm of travel up front to eat up the chunk and a slew of trail-friendly specs, Epic 8 EVO feels right at home on the rough stuff. WHAT BUMP?: Compared to the previous generation, the new Epic 8 EVO absorbs 12% more bump and vibration forces, leaving you less fatigued and more powerful over time. That opens the options for another lap (or 3). RIDE DYNAMICS TUNED: The Specialized Ride Dynamics team developed custom valving for Epic 8 EVO’s new shock. Our team prescribes the special damping characteristics to holistically elevate the riding experience. By tuning the dampers alongside the chassis’ leverage rates and new kinematics, we’re able to deliver a bike that rides above the sum of its parts. BIOMECHANICAL EFFICIENCY: By optimizing the kinematics of the suspension, Specialized’s Ride Dynamics team reduced inefficient pedal-induced bobbing by 20%, maintaining active suspension for effective bump force management, to ensure you remain in the most efficient pedaling position. It’s the most efficient pedaling suspension bike we’ve ever tested. FULLY LOADED: All models now feature SWAT 4.0 to carry all your trail essentials, and an integrated steering stop to prevent the ubiquitous top tube scar the first time you crash and your bars spin. - FACT 11m Carbon - Progressive XC geometry - SWAT 4.0 in downtube to carry trail essentials - Ride Dynamics tuned FOX Float Factory
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