Up for sale is my 2016 Specialized Camber Comp 29, 120mm of trail ready travel front and rear. It is a size medium, and has under 40 miles of ride time on it. I tore a ligament in my hand that required surgery, so my early riding season was pretty much shot...hence the low mileage. Before I get into all the details, here are the purchase options:
As shown: $1975
without dropper post, but with stock seatpost $1675
with specialized iirc dropper post $1875
So the bike is pretty much like new, and besides the options mentioned above, there are still a few more ways you can purchase the bike. First of all let me say that I have sold quite a few bikes on here, and have had nothing but happy buyers, and I am sure many that know me on here will attest to how particular and OCD I am about my bikes. So rest assure you are looking at solid machine here.
The first upgrade on the bike was the switch from the OEM Spec Roval rims and Specialized hubs to the Roval Traverse wheelset, which gets you a lighter, stiffer overall package, along with DT Swiss front and rear hubs featuring the star ratchet freehub.
While I was doing that, I converted the tires to tubess, and swapped them out to a more trail friendly Purgatory/Butcher tire combo. I also added the SRAM XD driver setup allowing me to change to an 11 speed setup. Right now the bike is setup as a 2x11, it has more gear that anyone would ever need with a 10-42 in the rear, and 34/22 setup up front. You can climb anything, and if you pedal it out....well that would be scary for me!
To stop you at those speeds, I have also upgraded the brakes to the Shimano Deore's with Icetech pads.
However if you prefer to ditch all the 2x setup, I do have a SRAM GX 1x crank with a sram narrow/wide chainring can put on there for you at no charge, and I will remove all the 2x setup. If you would like to have both setups, I can include the crank for you for an extra $70, so you can have both cranks and experiment with both setups.
The KS Lev dropper post is amazing, but they are also pricey, I will gladly drop $300 off the asking price if you do not want the post, and I will include the stock specialized rigid post. I also have a specialized command post irrc post I i can include, and i can drop an extra $100 off the price of the bike if you prefer that one.
Bike specs are as follows:
Medium Camber Comp Frame
Fox Float DPS Shock with autosag
Rockshox Revelation front fork w/15mm axle
Specialized 750mm handlebars
Shimano Deore Dual Piston brakes with Icetech pads
SRAM X7 tacoblade front derailleur w/ x7 front shifter
SRAM GX 11 Speed Rear Shifter
SRAM GX 11 Speed Type 2.1 rear clutch derailleur
Roval Traverse Wheels with DT Swiss hubs 142+ rear, 15mm front
Specialized Henge Saddle SWAT compatible
Local pickup north of the Pittsburgh airport is always welcome. I have shipped quite a few bikes, and I never mind doing that either. After the payment is received, I will drop the bike off at the local shop for packaging and shipping. I am not one of those people that want to make money on shipping. The shop is very nice, and they get a business discount on shipping that they will pass onto you. I have done this with every bike sold on here, and it has worked out very well. You send me your address, I will drop it off, and they will call you with the exacty shipping cost. You can pay them right over the phone, and they bike will be on its way to you.
Bottle cage, and my storage bag under the saddle are not included, sorry.