Spotted: Is This Specialized's New DH Bike?

May 22, 2018
by Mike Levy  
Is this the new Specialized Demo


Ah, Whistler, the mecca that seems to always deliver. I'm not just talking about that trails, however, as the bike park that every downhiller in the world wants to live at the bottom of is also the chosen location for plenty of testing. Case in point: We've seen Specialized's racers and development riders on unreleased machines at the Whistler Bike Park more than once in the past, and it's actually where the current generation Demo was first spotted a few years ago.

It was déjà vu at the WBP yesterday, with a photo of what sure looks like an unbadged prototype downhill bike (pictured above) under a Specialized rider being sent to us by an enterprising Pinkbike member. Is this the current Demo's replacement? And it sure looks like a 29er, doesn't it? Yes, Specialized's World Cup racers have been on current Demos that the team has modified to work with bigger wheels, including one that Loic Bruni's tested (but didn't race) back in 2017, but this might be their first dedicated 29'' wheeled downhill rig.


Loic Bruni s New Specialized Demo 29
Loic Bruni s New Specialized Demo 29
Loic Bruni was on a heavily modified, 29'' wheeled Demo at last year's Fort William World Cup. It employed a custom rocker link for his needs, as well as a lengthened rear-end to provide more room for the larger diameter wheels.


The all-black, unbadged bike is sporting Magura brakes, DT Swiss rims, and Öhlins suspension that the average park rat isn't able to get his dirty paws on; all bits that you'll find on the team's race bikes. Also, the pants are a bit of a dead giveaway, eh?

I reached out to Vernon Felton, Specialized's Global Mountain Bike Marketing Manager, who had this to say: “We’re constantly working on new bikes—making them faster—and our athletes are a key part of that process. Their input drives what we do. So, yes, that bike is something we’re working on. You can expect to hear more about it in the future—but for now, that’s all we’re going to say about it. Stay tuned.

Fair enough. Replacement or not, you don't need to be a bike surgeon to know that The Big S is obviously working on a new downhill sled. ''Specialized relies on feedback from professional athletes in developing and testing advanced pre-production products in real-world applications,'' Sean Estes, Global PR Manager at Specialized, explained when I went sniffing for details. ''Thanks to this top-level feedback some of these products, or elements of their designs, eventually show up in future retail product offerings. We call this Project Black.'' Okay, no details but we do have a secretive sounding name, which is kinda cool.


Specialized Demo Alloy review
Prototype Specialized DH bike
Current production Demo on the left, new prototype on the right. The standard Demo's shock is driven by a large rocker, and the main pivot rotates around the bottom bracket shell. The new prototype appears to eschew both of these things, with the shock sitting much lower and no concentric main pivot.


But this is a whole new bike from front to back, and it looks like it's a 29er from the get-go. No surprise, really, as many teams now have a big-wheeled downhill bike in their stable, if not for sale, at least for their racers to use. Besides the wheels, what else is different? Nearly everything, it seems, but it still employs a Horst Link suspension layout. However, the main pivot no longer rotates around the bottom bracket; instead, it appears to be well forward of it, and the shock is sitting much lower than it does on the production Demo. Also, it looks like the shock is driven directly off the swingarm rather than by the rocker, although it's hard to see those details in this photo, so there might be a small linkage system as well.

If you think that all we have right now is speculation, you'd be 100-percent right. But the last time we saw a prototype Specialized downhill bike rolling around Whistler, it turned out to be the new Demo. Just say'n.


194 Comments

  • + 236
 Vernon left PB? That's the real news
  • + 21
 True dat. I was thinking... "THAT Vernon Felton?" Come to think of it, haven't seen anything from him since April 1. Interesting. Or maybe it's just a great name... Razz @vernonfelton, who copied who?
  • - 138
flag stacykohut (May 21, 2018 at 19:34) (Below Threshold)
 it's not news, its a relief.
  • - 1
 @mikelevy You are almost correct.
The picture I was shown was of a bike with 29er wheels. The shock sits almost on the down tube like the Sunn bikes of the past. But I didn't see a 4 bar arrangement. The rear triangle was more like a single piece
  • + 76
 Bummer - I really enjoyed Vernons articles / point of view, plus he was one of the better pinkbike contributors for proofreading / checking his facts before hitting submit.
  • - 3
 @stacykohut:

Agreed. Vern was absolutely great with what he did with Bike Mag. Bike Bible was something I looked forward to every year till he left. I loved the other things he did for Bike as well. Since coming to PB I did not see that quality in either Bike mag or in what he contributed to BIKE. I also think he should not rep one company. This imo is a bad move for spesh
  • + 17
 I’m sure he still writes completely unbiased articles for them
  • + 32
 I know. Sad face Frown
  • + 10
 @enrico650: Being almost correct is the story of my life Wink Hard to see much in this photo beyond the fact that it's obviously different.
  • + 3
 @enrico650: spesh had a proto trail bike out and about about a year ago with shock kissing the down tube real low..that was in santa cruz
  • + 29
 Yep Vernon played a big role in many of my favourite PB stories over the last few years and we’re sad to see him go. Stoked for him to take on the new gig though, it’s a great opportunity and I’m sure he’ll do great stuff with Specialized.
  • + 0
 @jrocksdh: The picture that I saw was a month ago.
  • + 0
 @mikelevy: the bike I saw was ready, decals and everything. Black with green , Aluminum.
  • + 9
 @brianpark: he must be the first specialized employee to actually admit the bike exists... which is progress in itself
  • + 5
 @brianpark: didn't one of the last things he wrote question why we would even care about new DH bikes?
  • + 0
 Just when I was about to buy that carbo contraption that sent the best laughing.
  • + 1
 @jrocksdh: JRA on MB radio seems to think theres somehting being released real soon.
  • - 12
flag thesharkman (May 21, 2018 at 22:50) (Below Threshold)
 @stacykohut: well said
  • - 26
flag stacykohut (May 21, 2018 at 23:01) (Below Threshold)
 @thesharkman: you cant grow up reading legends like bob osbourne, jody weisel, mr know it all, and super hunky and then settle for some second rate vernon felton snotty article.

no way.
  • + 65
 Vernon is on a covert op to investigate what happened to @protour
  • + 5
 @stacykohut: Man I haven’t heard half of those names since my childhood black and white motocross magazine days. Great great stuff back then.
  • - 10
flag Boardlife69 (May 22, 2018 at 2:53) (Below Threshold)
 So Vernon went from being a journalist to a marketer. Sad, so sad. I guess PB was his transition phase. OR, the more likely answer, is Vernon wrote something Special Ed didnt like, sued him, and turned him into their marketing bitch to pay off his legal fees. It doesnt make sense. Say it aint so.
  • + 2
 I think I will be boycotting Specialized for them poaching Mr. Felton.
  • + 5
 @mikelevy: i think you have it right, the photo definitely looks like it has pivots in a 4 bar arrangement rather than a one piece swing arm.
  • + 1
 @Boardlife69: nailed it.
  • + 3
 @WAKIdesigns: I heard the Demo was on a covert op to take out @protour like it has done to many other unsuspecting riders
  • + 2
 Seems to be the path for a lot of guys... The go from a media position to a marketing position... Maybe we'll see a little edgier Specialized on the marketing front... If Pink Bike needs someone to be that sarcastic and cynical guy on staff, with more than half my life in the bike biz, I'm available....
  • + 4
 @lumpy873: hey, hey there’s a queue for the job of PR a*shole... we have a union. Watch your step
  • + 0
 @WAKIdesigns: Send the thugs my way...
  • + 12
 @Boardlife69: that, or... Vernon got a job offer to make a living wage. I'm sure you would do the same if you were making peanuts and had the opportunity.
  • + 0
 @enrico650: The chain stay I bet is linked to the shock mount. Thats where the main pivot probably is.
  • + 1
 @lumpy873: Just like an Ellsworth hater, you couldn't handle the Truth
  • + 3
 @sewer-rat: and you couldn't change hands more times than Ellsworth even if you were ambidextrous...
  • + 2
 Felton at Specialized and Ferrentino at Santa Cruz... There's some potential for epic smack-talk on the horizon!
  • + 1
 No more loving on Evil, now it's all S
  • + 3
 @lumpy873: That explains the marketing campaign for the new Stumpy!
  • + 2
 @KotsosK: come to think of it, that Stumpy intro video did have his sort of humor going on...
  • + 1
 @jgottya1: it was gonzo sports/culture journalism at its best.

nobody even comes close these days....

'quicker than greased owl poop'

'w.f.o.'

'zoot'
  • + 1
 @stacykohut: I don't know, I've liked some more recent reviews. More recent examples aren't on the top of my head right now, so start by checking Mike Levy's review of the 2016 Transition Patrol Carbon 1
  • + 1
 Vernon's in the house and we already get the explanation what happened to @Protour, the picture has been cropped, in the original, there is a helicopter with Specialized logo hovering above the rider. Just like in the Scar face...

www.pinkbike.com/photo/15916340

He's in keyboard Valhalla... fest in peace my great keyboard warrior friend. We may have disagreed but I always respected you
  • + 177
 I don't think it's the final version, I think it's just the demo.

*crickets*

/leaves
  • + 73
 Mom claps and smiles even tho she didn't get it.
  • + 12
 That pun was epic
  • + 6
 @mtbikeaddict: I think your reply is a little off-camber for some to understand. Perhaps they need to chisel away at it some more.
  • + 8
 I can’t Enduro any more puns.
  • - 3
 @THE-EDJ: you stole it lol. I was about to tell @darkmuncan that he would have to Enduro a little longer for the final version
  • + 3
 @THE-EDJ: So if we made the same pun, would that mean that the Status of our pun ownership is Fuzed?
  • + 3
 Sorry guys, that last one was bad. I just really crave puns right now, that's all.
  • + 5
 now I really have heard it Allez.
  • + 2
 @darkmuncan: Seeing how few people seem to appreciate my pun, that must be some Hard Rock they've got to chisel through.
  • + 10
 @darkmuncan Don't butcher yourself. Your pun turned out to be a big hit.
  • + 1
 Dang, I can't think of any more puns. I must've jynxed myself with that last string of jokes.
  • + 5
 @THE-EDJ: and that is a F.A.C.T
  • + 23
 I once demoed a demo but found that after sessioning a Session i was undecided, that was until my mate turned up and started shooting berms on his M16. That added more confusion to my decision so I spoke to Summum who advised me that to get the bike i wanted i needed to become more of a Gambler, from doing that I would have the true chance of Supreme Glory
  • + 1
 @sewer-rat: I am slow clapping using power strokes,
  • + 2
 I’m on the Verge of losing it with all these puns.
  • + 5
 you forgot sending it on a sender
  • + 3
 @SickEdit: I nearly had one but had to Sender back
  • + 1
 @sewer-rat: Too much Torque aye?
  • + 1
 Drops mic. Hot walks off the stage.
  • + 3
 @WAKIdesigns: Nah not really, just wanted to Strive for something a bit different
  • + 2
 @sewer-rat: This guy is on a Roll.
  • + 1
 @sewer-rat: we've Slaughtered this pun thread by switching from spesh to canyon...
  • + 2
 @cuban-b: but now I’m struggling to think of some Neurons
  • + 3
 @sewer-rat: Dude, these puns have Exceeded my expectations.
  • + 1
 @mtbikeaddict: thanks!! I never thought of myself as a spectral kind of person
  • + 1
 Everyone went Turbo on the jokes here.
  • + 1
 @raditude: The jokes have started to Diverge... Spesh and Canyon.
  • + 1
 All these have been fun,but it is time to face the Truth
  • + 2
 @WAKIdesigns: Whaddya mean "have" been fun? C'mon, just give us another Moment, we'll be done soon.
  • + 2
 We need to Torch this whole thread.
  • + 2
 @fullfacemike: The suspicious disappearance of @protour makes me think that we should call in a S.W.A.T. team.
  • + 2
 @mtbikeaddict: I’m pretty sure he got ralloned by S.W.A.T and achieved hero status. Some say they see his face in the roost clouds on A-line
  • + 1
 @WAKIdesigns: This thread is slowing down. All the jokesters must be running out of Fuel...
  • + 1
 Someone please Remedy the situation.
  • + 1
 @mtbikeaddict: I'm Calling 911 on these terrible punsters... why are so many people Following this comment section...
  • + 2
 @cygoesmtb: You called the cops? The day of Wreckoning has arrived.
  • + 3
 @cygoesmtb: But seriously, why would you bring the police into this? We're not Evil. It's not like we've started a Faction of Insurgents. By my wreckoning, calling 911 was going a little too far.
  • + 1
 (Maybe Undead Insurgents, for maximum puns)
  • + 1
 @mtbikeaddict: you deserve a Big Hit for those puns
  • + 1
 There have been some pretty Epic puns here, some of them completely without Rhyme or reason. The Kenevolution of this thread has been absolutely electric.
  • + 1
 @THE-EDJ: Epic pun atac was just a matter of Time. it clicked in nicely though.
  • + 1
 @WAKIdesigns: What can I say, as a father I have received very Specialized training.
  • + 3
 Just got a message from Kim Jong Un, he’s been reading the thread and wanted to say this:

Haro.

I’ll see myself out....
  • + 2
 @cunning-linguist: hey Kim, say lower roller.
  • + 1
 @fullfacemike: The Precept of torching this thread sounds like an interesting Process. If I were to take a Stab at it, my guess is that it would flame into a Fire Mountain, and then gradually be reduced to a pile of ashes... or is it a Cinder Cone? The Vapors from the blaze would be pretty Stinky though. (Yeah, I know. That penultimate pun was Rocky)
  • + 1
 @mtbikeaddict: That would probably be some pretty Hotrock, no?

We should probably let this thread die, at least that’s my Instinct, these puns have their Glory, though I have Faith that one day they’ll Reign again.
  • + 1
 @THE-EDJ: pretty sure you’re the comment slayer.
  • + 1
 @THE-EDJ: "We should probably let this thread die..." Time to call in the Reaper.
  • + 40
 "I reached out to Vernon Felton, Specialized's Global Mountain Bike Marketing Manager, who had this to say"

I would have loved to have seen that text message conversation:

Levy: "V-dawg, whut up with dat new Spesh?"

Vernon: "Who dis?"

Levy: "Levy from Pinkbike"

Vernon: "Lose this number"
  • + 33
 "Hey Vernon, remember when you used to make things super inconvenient for marketing managers? Yeah, this is that."
  • + 4
 @brianpark: Levy: "Send 'spy shots' Wink "
  • + 32
 We need @protour to give us a detailed rundown in how this linkage is going to buck us poor Joe's into orbit... Wherefore art though, oh @protour?
  • + 5
 he's thinking of 135 reasons for not joining this thread
  • + 1
 This bike looks like it’ll have a better axle path and leverage ratio than the current demo so I think protour should be around any minute now
  • + 5
 I think Spec ops whacked him, he disappeared after Chainstay gate.
  • + 2
 @WAKIdesigns: i miss all his graphs showing us the endo point of each bikes suspension curve.
  • + 4
 @cuban-b: funny enough both long chainstays and high pivots are the chic these days
  • + 25
 Vernon will be missed, but he deserves all the best. Hopefully that's what this is all about!
  • + 13
 Yeah, it's one hell of a way to let us know he's gone!
  • + 3
 I think we are all a bit stumped as to why he jumped over the the big S.
  • + 2
 @Rubberelli: it was made known during the stump jumper release.
  • + 3
 @Unrealityshow: Damn! After decades of browsing info on the latest Stumpjumper release, when I finally do ignore it, there is actually some useful information!
  • + 24
 Specialized's new ad campaign: "Friends don't let friends grab your junk."
  • + 16
 that's just how they say hello in Whistler
  • + 12
 shaking hands can spread viruses
  • + 5
 Wow. First reaction: Huh? Then I scrolled up and looked at the picture. Yeah, that looks wrong. But, seriously? lol
  • + 3
 @mtbikeaddict: shit you're right. Completely staged photo. Perfect foot placement to hide the details. Gay looking pelvis forward, cock grab pose. Keep the publicity machine going pinkbike! How about publish one of the other photos this guy took, like perhaps one where we can actually see what's up with the bike design.
  • + 7
 What if it's a girl in black?
  • + 6
 @jaame: the rider is Miranda Miller, person behind her is her bf Remi Gauvin (EWS racer).
  • - 8
flag jaame (May 22, 2018 at 2:35) (Below Threshold)
 @gramboh: well it's still an inappropriate pose for a family website and the point stands about it being a staged photo and not a spy shot taken opportunistically by a pinkbike member, like they claim
  • + 3
 It looks like the rider behing is actually holding their.......wait for it..........handlebar. (Gasps) That is completly inappropriate.
  • + 2
 Don’t be silly, he’s installing the CockWiz. Straight into the urethra, that’s sacrifice.
  • + 9
 Good for Vern getting a promotion and a payday but man is the bike industry incestous. This is but step one of a carefully planned social media rollout. Some random dude just took this picture in line with the linkage obscured just right... Vernon sent along the generic quote and we are off!
  • + 6
 I wonder if there will be an official acknowledgement of Vernon leaving PB? One of the best content writers out there, hate to see him go but I'm sure he is excited for his gig at Spesh. Would love to hear Vernon's take on his decision to join the big S.
  • + 2
 Yes, there will be. Smile
  • + 13
 @mountainbikerfisher @brianpark Officially, I personally refuse to acknowledge it.
  • + 9
 Its a canfield bro
  • + 3
 from what i can tell, i think its a moto-style pull link, that long vertical piece will pull up a link that is connected to the shock. saw the typical FSR rear axle pivot so it cant be like a Banshee Legend.......OR the clever BB linkage coverup job and the FSR pivot point is just a ploy to disguise DW-link copycat ????????
  • + 2
 I think the vertical thing is a mud guard. Differences look like longer cs and forward main pivot. Should be much more supple initial stroke
  • + 2
 @won-sean-animal-chin: you might be right ! the shock back eyelet of the shock is just bolted onto the chainstay, and the upper rocker drives the front of the shock. thats disappointingly too generic. i expected more from a brand that i dislike
  • + 1
 @viatch: ya just guessing. Not a big spesh fan either but my old demo did fit me to a t though
  • + 2
 I'd say this is a linkage in the style of canyon sender. So yeah, that vertical part would be a moto style link.
  • + 2
 I’m guessing a no sided frame. Then left and right handed people can take the rear shock out.
  • + 3
 It must be close to production. Lets face it you dont go to WBP if you want to keep the bike a secret. There are plenty of places companies could go to test away from pying eyes.
  • + 3
 That's what I always thought, too. But I've asked a few companies why the hell they'd bring an unreleased bike to Whistler and they've all said that the trails, access, and consistency make it the ideal place to test, cameras be dammed. I asked why they don't just shuttle in Pemberton or something, but the answer was that they just couldn't get the back-to-back runs they were looking for. Also, this particular bike being seen did cause some headaches for them - they weren't planning on it being spotted yet - but that's certainly not always the case...
  • + 4
 @mikelevy: How did it cause headaches? I mean, they weren't exactly covert. Keeping the giant "O" sickers on the fork and using a factory rider with "S" logos slapped all over the pants is a dead giveaway.
  • + 1
 @bschmitt09: They thought that peeps would think the "O" was for Obama, and leave that cat alone, because he's not the president anymore......
  • + 1
 Surely a photo of the guy riding it would answer the question, i doubt Specialized reps stand at trail heads handing out prototypes to strangers... The guy riding it will be a either a Spech consultant, rider or employee, not a secret agent.
  • + 2
 Whoa! Did you just assume someone’s gender?
  • + 9
 Or current Women's Elite champion and Squamish local Miranda Miller.
  • - 1
 @gonecoastal: I honestly couldn't give less of a flying fist f*ck if i did.
  • + 5
 @deadmeat25: that’s because you are ears deep in patriarchy. Do some reading, it will open your eyes. The aign of a provilege is not being aware that something is a problem. Shame on you.

Did I manage to keep a straight face? Pffkgmpfff... ekhem sorry. Misogyny is a disease yes...
  • - 3
 Political correctness is gay...
  • + 2
 @deadmeat25: yeah guys, @deadmeat25 should be able to speak his mind like the rest of us. i'm interested on hearing more about why we dont need political correctness. preach on @deadmeat25, but please do elaborate on your point because we need to hear both sides.
  • + 3
 Whoosh.
  • + 1
 looks like it might have a linkage similar to the canyon sender. The upright in the rear triangle must be actuating something- it would be moved upwards and slightly forwards as the suspension compresses and surely would be over complicated if they were just trying to aid stiffness
  • + 5
 Hopefully the unstable wheelbase on this new demo wont kill anyone Wink
  • + 2
 Everyone thinking this is the new Spesh 29 downhill rig, I see the mistake. The 'S' is actually on his pants not the bike, easy mistake to make though guys ;-)
  • + 5
 Or her.
  • + 4
 @Hill-Seeker: rather accentuated calves and narrow buttocks for a woman. Also shoe is related long. I give my bet for it being a guy around 180-185
  • + 5
 it’s Miranda miller.
  • + 2
 I for one would not want to take that thing down Schleyer or Detroit Rock city ... Dont get the big wheel thing on DH bikes at all
  • + 3
 A new Demo?

Cue the "racing for Spesh kills careers" comments....
  • + 7
 no, no. only for Enduro.
  • - 2
 And dh... gwin would have proble won 13 and 14 if he wasn’t on this. Took him 2 years to make it a decent bike.
  • + 2
 Its the bike, not the rider.
  • + 2
 @Boardlife69: if you understand anything about bike set up, look at the front end on his first and second year at specialized. a bad bike does make the difference.
  • + 1
 @YouHadMeAtDrugs: Sam Hill would beg to differ.
  • + 1
 @Boardlife69: I'm not even sure it's the bike...maybe team/corporate atmosphere?
  • + 3
 Incredible... don't look like a session
  • + 3
 So where is Tippie opening day? Is park really dead?
  • + 1
 Is it a 29" ?
29"s are so mutch fast than anything else that there will no have tracks long enough for them
The planet will be smal for 29"s
  • + 3
 When is Shimano going to let you show the 12 speed?
  • + 1
 End of the month, is what a little birdie told me.
  • + 3
 Looks like M.Millers new proto bike^
  • + 1
 wheres that main pivot? either concealed or behind the riders foot which would put it WAY forward of the BB
  • + 1
 Looks waaaaay forward of the bottom bracket to me, but it's hard to tell.
  • + 1
 @mikelevy: hard to tell from the pic but, is there something covering the stay? Looks like it's zip tied on?
  • + 1
 From all the blah, blah, blah about the last one l'd have thought that was about the end of it.
  • + 1
 Looks interesting! I wonder if the shock is driven by the chainstay or by a link? To bad more shots weren’t taken Frown
  • - 2
 What an absolute load of trash this post is.
The marketing department at the big S clearly have pinkbike wrapped around their little finger.
What could pinkbike possibly gain from posting a pic with the riders leg coincidentally covering the entire frame??
Yes obviously it's their new dh rig.

Anyway rant over, back to vital I go...
  • + 12
 Actually, it wasn't a planned photo at all. A rider at the bike park took it, not myself or someone else from PB, otherwise you would definitely be seeing that linkage. Anyway, bye!
  • + 0
 @mikelevy: does the riders sister know he’s wearing her pants? Or was the rider a woman
  • + 1
 Well thank goodness it doesn’t look like the new run of the mill Session look alike.
  • + 1
 I hope it's longer than a Pole Machine. Bikes these days are too short and steep, and their wheels are just too darn small.
  • + 2
 Uglyiest bikes on the market
  • + 2
 More importantly look at that stuff on the bike..is that brown pow pow?
  • + 1
 Why didnt Specialized release this new frame for 2019 after multiple, multiple people riding all year last year?
  • + 1
 Bet it’s got a new wheel size, bb standard, new hub spacing, new headset size, new seat post size etc etc etc
  • + 1
 Still waiting for the Whistler opening weekend article on what people are riding etc. Is it in the making?
  • + 2
 Yup, a bazillion bike checks coming up.
  • + 1
 @mikelevy: Just saw it pop up, awesome! Thanks.
  • + 2
 That's not a very attractive rear end...
  • + 1
 Vernon @ Spesh? Gives new meaning to the whole "Ramblings from the Pain Cave" bit......
  • + 2
 Is there an over the pants HJ happening in that pic?
  • + 1
 Introducing the new Specialized high water DH pants.
  • + 2
 banshee legend?
  • + 1
 Ta bien perra!!! ????????
  • + 1
 Is that a new rear axle and BB standard?
  • + 1
 That’s Miranda miller who was rocking that proto yesterday
  • + 0
 it kind could look like the lapierre DH Bike Loic and Blenki were riding on back in the days
  • + 0
 Specialized Gravity moved away from Formula brakes?
  • + 1
 formula moved away from them as they asked more $ and they got it from magura.
They did drop sram brakes for reliability concern.
  • + 1
 Neat
  • + 0
 Waky will be happy
  • - 3
 it's even uglier than before. but after all, it is specialized.
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