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Specialized Enduro 26" - Park Edition 2

Specialized Enduro 26" - Park Edition
Specialized Enduro 26" - Park Edition Specialized Enduro 26" - Park Edition Specialized Enduro 26" - Park Edition Specialized Enduro 26" - Park Edition Specialized Enduro 26" - Park Edition Specialized Enduro 26" - Park Edition Specialized Enduro 26" - Park Edition Specialized Enduro 26" - Park Edition Specialized Enduro 26" - Park Edition Before the rebuild This bike has come far...
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Parts Brand Model Additional info
Frame Specialized Enduro EVO
Rear Shock X-Fusion with SA Racing spring
Fork Rock Shox Boxxer Team Full travel
Headset FSA
Handlebar NS Bikes Monogram Light
Stem NS Bikes Direct Mount
Grips Specialized Enduro XL
Brakes Magura MT7 Raceline
Brake Levers Magura MT7 Raceline
Chainguide e*thirteen
Chainrings / Sprocket Race Face Wide/Narrow
Pedals Syncros
Front Rim Other NS Bikes Enigma
Rear Rim Other NS Bikes Enigma
Hubs Hope NS in Front
Front Tire Specialized Butcher SX 2.3
Rear Tire Specialized Clutch SX
Saddle Specialized
Seatpost Race Face
General Info
Model Year 2012
Riding Type Downhill
Weight 33 lb 1.1 oz (15000 g)
Additional Info Upcylced my old enduro comp from 2012 for riding bikeparks. Reason I did this: selling was not an option. I mean, who pays money for an old 26" enduro from 2012? But maybe it was a stupid idea spending money for a new boxxer, enduro evo link, old x-fusion shock, new stem...but I rode it in a bikepark and it was pure fun. Ripped of the rear derailleur, cause who needs gears in a bikepark anyway? Result = super clean cockpit = awesome. :) I currently use the boxxer with the full 200 mm travel. Maybe I will go to 190 which would result in the orginal enduro evo geometry. But also, who checks if there is one cm more or less travel. I wont and I don't care. I rebuild this bike for having fun which I will have. :) Interesting fact for me: the boxxer with 200 mm travel builds only 20 mm higher than the pike with 160 mm travel.
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