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Specialized Enduro Comp Carbon 29
Dollar-for-dollar, the Enduro Comp is hard to beat. You get the same full-carbon frame as the Enduro Expert and Elite models, loaded with great components that include powerful four-piston disc brakes, a wide-range 1X drivetrain, and capable RockShox suspension. - All-new design boasts 170 millimeters of suspension. The full-carbon frame also features our ingenious SWAT Door downtube storage, a reliable, threaded bottom bracket, and internal cable routing. - RockShox Lyrik Select fork offers smooth suspension in a seriously stout package. - Plenty of stopping power, courtesy of SRAM Code R, four-piston disc brakes. - NX Eagle 12-speed drivetrain gives you single-ring simplicity and gearing to spare. - X-Fusion Manic dropper post increases your maneuverability and control on steep descents. Bonus points—our S4 and S5 frames feature 170mm-travel versions of the Manic post.
Specialized Status 160
Who says you have to choose a wheel size these days, when you can have multiple? With the Status 160 you don’t have to fret over 27.5” versus 29,” thanks to Status MTB's Mixed-Wheel Trail Geometry. While this may sound all fancy, it simply means the Status has a 29” front wheel paired with a 27.5” rear wheel, sometimes referred to as a “mullet” bike – business in the front, party in the back. This unique pairing of wheel sizes results in a bike that can roll over obstacles with ease thanks to the 29” front end, and a playful, maneuverable 27.5” rear end for roosting every berm. A hard charging M5 aluminum frame with 160mm of FSR suspension and aggressive geometry provides the peace of mind to tackle whatever terrain you throw the Status into, at an extremely competitive price. The Status 160 was created to be a truly burly, performance-driven quiver of one, happy hitting jumps with style, pedaling your local trails, or eating up some bike park tech if that tickles your fancy. Whether you’re a seasoned rider looking for a durable and hard-hitting aluminum frame, or a newer rider looking to step things up a level, you can’t go wrong with the Status 160. For riders who may not need 160mm of travel for their day-to-day riding needs, Status MTB also offers a 140mm travel version of the Status. If you're looking for a bit more playful and lively ride, the Status 140 is packed with the same features and only slightly less aggressive geometry.
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