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#34 out of 519 29er bikes
Brand: Specialized



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Q: Hi, which size is this? I'm the same height and wonder if an L would suit me...

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  • MTB MOR
    ****

    Pros
    Fast
    Agile
    Brain
    Good components

    Cons
    No Dropper

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  • AaronT
    *****

    Buy one. It's a great XC bike.

    Pros
    Can go anywhere. Great climber.

    Cons
    A little heavy (especially with TR slimed tubes) for DH/FR & tricks.

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  • scnnet
    *****

    This is a 2011 Epic Pro 29er bought used in 2013. It is 4th Epic I have owned and easily the best.

    Pros
    Great climber, fast, smooth, shifting is silky. Working well w Candy 2 pedals.

    Cons
    This is an aluminum frame so weighs 29 pounds. About the same as my older Epics. stock seat is hard so possible upgrade item.

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  • Dyno_Don
    *****

    Its a good bike stock at LG size 28 lbs, a great bike once I upgraded everything, but the frame, I had a brain installed in the forks, 2/10, XO everything, S-Works carbon bars/stem, carbon seat post, Carbon Roval 1440 gram wheels, Rocket Ron 2/2.25, XTR pedals, Charge Ti Seat, its now down to a bit under 25 lbs, I work at a Specialized dealer so the discount helped.

    Pros
    This bike is fast, handles and climbs, does a cx bike need anything more.

    Cons
    Wheels, changed to Carbon Rovals (WOW big difference)

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  • bethfrizzell
    *****

    Worth the coin

    Pros
    It is almost as light as my old 2001 stumpjumber hardtail. The 29" wheels go over just about everything, and the full suspension with the brain is 'briliant'. I only wish I upgraded sooner.

    Cons
    Bike prices keep inflating while wages stay the same, but I would make the same purchase again.

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