The 110mm-travel Camber FSR utilizes an M5 alloy frame, a Suntour XCR 29 coil spring fork and Tektro Draco 2 hydraulic disc brakes for a versatile trail package.
|FRAME||M5 hydroformed tubing, 29"" geometry, tapered headtube, internal Command Post BlackLite routing, 142mm dropouts, sealed cartridge bearing pivots, replaceable derailleur hanger, bolt-on cable guides, 110mm travel|
|FORK||Suntour XCR 29, coil spring, tapered alloy steerer, lockout and reb adj., S: soft, M: standard, L/XL: hard, 110mm travel|
|SHOCK||X-Fusion O2 RL, air spring, and reb adj., 197x48mm|
|BOTTOM BRACKET||Shimano BB-ES25, Octalink spline, cartridge bearings, 73mm shell|
|CHAIN||KMC X9, 9-speed, nickel plate, reusable Missing Link|
|CRANKSET||Shimano Alivio, Octalink spline, replaceable rings, S: 170mm, Others: 175mm|
|SHIFT LEVERS||Shimano Alivio, 9-speed, trigger|
|FRONT DERAILLEUR||Shimano SLX M660, E-type for DMD, top-swing, bottom pull|
|CASSETTE||Shimano HG-20, 9-speed, 11-34|
|REAR DERAILLEUR||Shimano Deore Shadow M592, 9-speed, SGS long cage|
|GRIP/TAPE||Specialized Sip Grip, non-locking|
|HANDLEBAR||Specialized XC Mini-Riser, 6000 butted alloy, 720mm wide, 10mm rise, 8-degree backsweep, 6-degree upsweep, 31.8mm|
|STEM||Specialized Trail, 6061 alloy, 4-bolt, 8-degree rise, 31.8mm clamp|
|SADDLE||Body Geometry Rival, 143mm width|
|SEATPOST||Specialized 6061 alloy, 2-bolt micro-adjust setback, 30.9mm, S/M:350mm, others:400mm|
|FRONT BRAKE||Tektro Draco 2, ceramic pads, Light Wave rotor, S/M: 180mm, Others: 200mm rotor|
|REAR BRAKE||Tektro Draco 2, ceramic pads, Light Wave rotor, S/M: 160mm, Others: 180mm rotor|
|FRONT HUB||Specialized Hi Lo disc, OS28 end caps, sealed cartridge bearings, QR, 32h|
|REAR HUB||Specialized disc, 4x-sealed cartridge bearings, 12mm thru-axle, 142mm spacing, 32h|
|FRONT TIRE||Specialized Ground Control, 2Bliss Ready, 29x2.3"", foldable aramid bead, 60TPI|
|REAR TIRE||Specialized Ground Control, 2Bliss Ready, 29x2.1"", foldable aramid bead, 60 TPI|
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We all love to ride our bikes, and we know how exciting it is to get a new bike.
Our READY TO RIDE Service ensures you can ride your bike within a few minutes upon receiving it.
Building a bike to ride smoothly and safely requires specialty tools and expertise. Trained and experienced bike mechanics assemble your bike with precision and care in a professional bike shop environment using correct bicycle specific tools and procedures.
We review your new bike to ensure there are no missing parts and that they all work together as desired - derailleurs shifting perfectly, brakes performing flawlessly, and that your wheels are trued to perfection. Our mechanics complete a thorough 30 point checklist to assure that your new bike is not only perfectly tuned, but that every nut and bolt is torqued to exact technical specifications. This is the same quality control process that we use for the thousands of bicycles that roll out of our bike shop to ensure they are high performing and are safe to ride.
Every bike is then carefully packed and ready to be shipped out using the best shipping companies in the country.
When you receive your new bike all you need to do is complete a simple 10 minute process and you are Ready to Ride. It actually takes longer to remove the foam padding that safely protects your bike than to do the final easy assembly steps.
After removing your bike from the box and removing the foam padding, you only have to tighten the pedals and handlebars, install the seat and plug in the front wheel and you'll be riding in 10 minutes.
Proven to work even with the most mechanically un-inclined person.
Mountain Bikes are bikes that are designed to be ridden off-road on trails, mud tracks, rocky/sandy sections and generally areas which are not smooth. Generally, mountain bikes are identified by knobby tires, flat handlebars