Lapierre Bikes SPICY 327 2015

Lapierre Bikes SPICY 327 2015

3 Reviews for SPICY 327 2015

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 Couldn't turn away from the deal I got on this bike. Solid build top to bottom. First pedal up felt a little heavier than my stumpy but a few adjustments and the second ride was a blast. If you enjoy climbing more than downhill this isn't your bike. This bike rides the line between All mountain and Enduro. The frame seems bulletproof and I'am nothing but happy with it so far. Other bikes I looked at: Kona Process, Santa Cruz Bronson, Giant Trance, & a Stumpy. If your on the fence get off your wallet, get what you want and ride as much as you can. See you at Beacon, Iller Creek, 257, Liberty Lake, or Priest
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 Had this bike for 3 months now, loves to bomb down hill, jumps nice and solid, plants well in corners, climbs ok for a bigger bike, brakes are great consistent stoppers and feel very smooth even under heavy braking, dropper seat is very responsive and lever on handle bar works well!!!In standard trim I cant really find much to complain about, all round good performer.
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 I was looking quite a long time for affortable enduro bike, where I can not upgrade straight away 100 things. Riding local trails, bikeparks and enduro contests, so looking for a all-can-do bike. Spicy was in top 5 - finally got it in bargain offer.
I am 174cm, have M-size, which suits perfect. Like the set up - tires, brakes, seatpost and shifters (deore works very well). Fox suspension and fork is almost imposible to get out of its comfort zone. Great downhiller, that reacts very well in bikeparks. Appreciate the CTD options and full suspension lock during transfers on concrete roads. Can handle climbs quite well - on a trails I use "trail" mode and I do not feel any swinging during pedalling, but here you can feel its heavier weight.

Pros:
- solid and modern geometry frame
- fox suspension
- I like the 2x10 - allows you to climb up steep trails
- preinstaled chainstain protector and frame protection foil

cons:
- weight
- stem could be shorter and handlebars wider to unlock its full DH potencial
- unconfortable and hard seat
- frame is wider in the back (to protect rear brake), which might cause contact with your heels during pedalling. I have quite small feet, using SPD - so pedalling without limitations, but I definitely recomend you to try it before buy
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Lapierre Bikes SPICY 327 2015 (MSRP $3500) — Developed around 150mm OST+ kinematics, the Spicy is still just as efficient uphill and fast downhill. Its 27.5” wheels and its geometry developed by Nico Vouilloz make the Spicy a formidable bike over any terrain.

Specifications Compare to other All Mountain/Enduro/XC

Release Date 2015
Price $3,500
Travel 150mm
Rear Shock FOX FLOAT CTD EVOLUTION LV 200x57mm
Fork FOX 34 FLOAT CTD EVOLUTION O/C 27.5" 160mm 15QR TAPERED
Headset FSA Orbit 1.5E ZS NO.57ECF + 5.3mm Top cap
Cassette SRAM PG 1030 10-SPEED 11-36T
Crankarms RACE FACE RIDE + Bashguard 36x22 170mm / 175mm (Size: M, L, XL)
Bottom Bracket SHIMANO PRESSFIT KSMBB7141A
Rear Derailleur SHIMANO XT SHADOW PLUS KRDM786GSL 10-SPEED
Chain SRAM PG 1030 10-SPEED 11-36T
Front Derailleur SHIMANO SLX FDM670AE6X 10-SPEED
Shifter Pods SHIMANO SLX KSLM670 ISpec 2x10 SPEED
Handlebar LAPIERRE Nico Vouilloz Signature by FUNN 7050DB W:740mm R:15mm ø: 31.8mm
Stem RACE FACE RIDE 6° ø: 31.8 E:60mm
Grips LAPIERRE RUBBER GRIPS LOCK-ON
Brakes SHIMANO HYDRAULIC DEORE BRM615 BLACK
Hubs FORMULA
Rim MAVIC EN323 DISC 23C 27.5" with UST FLAP + LAQR-12-E Thru Axle
Tires MICHELIN WILDROCK'R MAGI-X (FRONT) WILDGRIP'R GUM-X(REAR) REINFORCED TReady 27.5x2.35
Seat SDG DUSTER
Seatpost KS LEV INTEGRA TRAVEL:125mm L:385mm ø: 31.6mm

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