Saturday, November 24, 2012


S-Works Epic Carbon 29 SRAM

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    The full-suspension, carbon fiber, S-Works Epic 29 is the first 29er to win a World Cup event, and the bike Mountain Bike Action magazine describes as the "best bike we've ever ridden. One of two S-Works versions, this model is equipped with a SRAM's XX drivetrain and Magura MT8 disc brakes.

    • Super-light FACT IS 11m full carbon frame with dedicated 29er geometry, PF30 BB, sealed cartridge bearing pivots and 142mm dropouts delivers the all-around best performing 100mm-travel Competitive XC bike
    • Specialized/FOX remote Mini-Brain inertia-valve shock with AUTOSAG, Kashima coating and new 2013 tune to seamlessly transition from efficient pedaling on smooth terrain to fully active on rough terrain
    • Custom RockShox SID World Cup 29 fork with Specialized Brain inertia-valve damping has 100mm of air-sprung travel, Brain Fade adjust (top mount) and a carbon steerer tube to create the most efficient and supple cross-country fork available
    • Roval Control SL 29 142+ wheelset with carbon rims, OS28 end caps, 142+ spacing, and DT Swiss spokes and internals is insanely stiff, light and durable for greater control and quickness
    • S-Works Fast Trak 2.0", 2Bliss ready front tire features dual-compound rubber delivering exceptional speed and traction, while minimizing rotating weight
    • Specialized FACT OSBB, PF30, carbon crankset with a custom SRAM spider and ring for ultimate power transfer
    • Magura MT8 hydraulic disc brakes with a carbon master cylinder, carbon lever blade and reach adjust provide consistent and reliable stopping power
    • SRAM's XX One 11-speed rear derailleur, shifter and cassette offer the pinnacle in high-performance XC racing componentry. The 1x11 design eliminates the front derailleur and shifter saving additional weight with a huge gear range

    Ben SteinerAbout Me
    Favorite local ride? Around the block with my kids. Your first bike? 24" Blue Giant Rincon, The good old days Favorite accomplishment on a bike? Anytime I get to ride my bike.
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