2011 Specialized P.1 Bike (discontinued)

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2011 Specialized P.1 Bike p1-black
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    “Such a Sick bike”

    The Good:

    awesome feel to it light super strong looks awsome

    The Bad:

    rigid fork

    Overall Review:

    such a sick bike for the price! once you get the chance chuck a 100mm dj fork on and it beats those bikes for around 1000 quid

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    Vital MTB member BillieCook97
    26937 BillieCook97 http://p.vitalmtb.com/photos/users/26937/avatar/c50_IMG_1043_1376645759.jpg?1376645199 http://www.vitalmtb.com/community/BillieCook97,26937/all 08/16/13 http://www.vitalmtb.com/community/BillieCook97,26937/setup 1 1

    “P series is legendary”

    The Good:

    This is alot of bike for a small price, very upgradable. Jumping straight out of the box.

    The Bad:

    bottom bracket a bit low and getting lower every year. Next year you going to be scraping chain on the ground.

    Overall Review:

    If you looking for a street sweeper and don't want to pay 2g's on a custom setup this is the bike for you.

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    Vital MTB member Shishka
    8256 Shishka http://p.vitalmtb.com/photos/users/8256/avatar/c50_14798.jpg?1306077916 http://www.vitalmtb.com/community/Shishka,8256/all 05/22/11 2 106 4

    “Awesomatic!!!!!!”

    The Good:

    Everything about this bike is so cool the blue is sweet

    The Bad:

    it had quite a big scrath on the underside of the handlebar

    Overall Review:

    i love the colour (blue) the brakes are brilliant its the best bike ever

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    Vital MTB member Alexd321
    9949 Alexd321 http://p.vitalmtb.com/photos/users/9949/avatar/c50_Windows_Photo_Viewer_Wallpaper.jpg?1324852062 http://www.vitalmtb.com/community/Alexd321,9949/all 08/04/11 1 1 1

    “super dope whip”

    The Good:

    I bought this bike about a week ago and have hit 15+ foot dirt jumps with it and its doing good, I have yet to have anything break besides puncturing a tube hopping up a stairset. I think it looks good and feels good when you ride.

    The Bad:

    the rear hub is starting to come loose a little after a crash I had but I believe that can be fixed easily. When I land on flater landings it doesnt feel as good as a bike with suspension would. So I would probaly put a suspension fork on it when you get the chance, thats what I am going to do. But for a riged bike its great especialy for the price.

    Overall Review:

    great bike; works good and feels good.

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    Vital MTB member Kohl Aumer
    4859 Kohl Aumer http://p.vitalmtb.com/photos/users/4859/avatar/c50_gravity_east_6.jpg?1311646848 http://www.vitalmtb.com/community/Kohl-Aumer,4859/all 10/14/10 2 1 2 47 2

    Specifications

    Model Year 2011
    Riding Type Dirt Jump / Urban
    Sizes and Geometry

    L View Geometry

    Size L
    Top Tube Length 573mm
    Head Tube Angle 69.5-dgrees
    Head Tube Length 128mm
    Seat Tube Angle 69-degrees
    Seat Tube Length 332mm
    Bottom Bracket Height 317mm
    Chainstay Length 390mm
    Wheelbase 1049mm
    Standover 712mm
    Reach 382mm
    Stack 555mm
    Frame Material Butted Reynolds 520 Cr-Mo
    Rear Travel N/A
    Rear Shock N/A
    Fork P. Series butted and tapered Cr-Mo rigid fork
    Fork Travel N/A
    Head Tube Diameter 1 1/8-inch
    Headset Integrated FSA Impact, 1-1/8" threadless, Campy type cartridge bearings
    Handlebar Butted 31.8mm alloy riserbar, 60mm rise, 8 degree back sweep, 6 degree up
    Stem SBC Aggro Stem, 3D forged/CNC, 4-bolt, 35mm length
    Grips P. Grip, flanged soft compound, closed end, 150mm
    Brakes Rear only - Avid BB5, mechanical disc, 140mm G2 Clean Sweep rotor
    Brake Levers Avid FR-5, alloy, two-finger, linear pull
    Shifters N/A
    Front Derailleur N/A
    Rear Derailleur N/A
    ISCG Tabs N/A
    Chainguide N/A
    Cranks 3pc. tubular Cr-Mo for 8 spline, 175mm length
    Chainrings CNC cut 6061, 25t, Motostar design
    Bottom Bracket Mid BB, 2x sealed cartridge bearing w/ 19mm 8 spline hollow Cr-Mo BB spindle, alloy tube and cone spacers
    Pedals SBC Lo Pro plastic platform, loose ball, 9/16"
    Chain KMC Z510HX, 1/2" x 1/8", anti-drop inner links
    Cassette Single speed, Cr-Mo, 1/2" x 1/8" x 12t
    Rims P. Disc 26", alloy double wall, pinned w/ eyelets, 36h
    Hubs Front: P. Low flange, forged alloy, 3/8" bolt on axle with cartridge bearings, 36h. Rear: P. Disc Cassette, Forged alloy single speed cassette, machined flanges and disc mount, 3/8" bolt on axle, ground race, 36h
    Spokes 2mm (14g) stainless
    Tires Specialized Rhythm Lite Control, 26 x 2.3", 60TPI, aramid bead, Front and Rear
    Saddle P. Combo, 1pc co-molded composite saddle and alloy seat post combination
    Seatpost Alloy, no offset
    Seat Post Diameter 25.4mm
    Seatpost Clamp Integrated w/ replaceable single bolt
    Rear Dropout / Hub Dimensions 10x135mm
    Max. Tire Size 2.35
    Bottle Cage Mounts N/A
    Colors Black or Blue
    Warranty Limited Lifetime Warranty
    Weight

    N/A

    Miscellaneous Forged horizontal drop outs w/ disc mount and integrated tensioner
    Price $720.00
    More Info Specialized website

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