Specialized Demo 7 II Frame

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8 Reviews for Demo 7 II Frame

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 Smooth ride, stable at speed. Soaks up rocks and roots. Plush as a mattress on landings to flat. Even without ProPedal, if you stay in the saddle, barely noticeable pedal bob. With ProPedal - pedals as a XC bike. Reasonable weight, but you immediately know you're riding a big rig. Quickest way to ruin the lively feel of the bike is to put some 1.4kg DH tires on it. Keep it light, and this frame is so agile, that on tight trails I almost forget that it's a freeride bike.
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 I love this bike , I have had two , Cracked a head tube on one and within a week I had a Brand new one in my hands. I am a light rider so I run a Fox Rc4 , 8.75 x2.75 off of a Demo 8 with a 300lb spring and bottom out adjustment 4 turns in and 150lbs of air , If you are in the 150lb weight range and want a soft feeling Demo try my set up,,,,it jumps well and sticks to the ground awesome and with the longer stoke I get 200mm travel and it rides in the sweet spot of the stroke.
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 i really like this frame,and have to admit a big upgrade from my previous ride(stinky primo),if i had to complain then it would be that the headtube is a tad low for my height.
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 it goes fast on trails but you have to be fast for it to go fast because if you are not that fast you will not go that fast but you will still go pretty fast because it is fast.
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 Strong, not so heavy, give confidence to the rider.
It can be stable and very flickble at the same time.
Very versatile for diferent kind of freeride and DH tracks.
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 Great Bike. never had anything wrong with is. it is crazy how much of a beating i can give this and it still has not broken on me.
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 a nother tuff frame for freeride and dh. demo bike or the best for évry kinde of realy hard ride . and for évry one .
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 Quality frame and takes a beating, a little heavy compared to some modern bikes but things are getting lighter all the time.
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Specialized Demo 7 II Frame (MSRP $2200) — BUILT FOR STEEP TRAILS AND BIG AIR, our Demo laughs in the face of ruthless terrain with 7 and 8 inches of generous travel. Its top-of-the line Fox components, stable geometry with low central mass and insanely strong double ORE down tubes are competition-proven to withstand the most extreme abuse.

7-inch travel M5 manipulated alloy frame features a cold-forged head tube, seat tube, bottom bracket shell, linkage points and center rib cage for off-the-charts durability. Adjustable geometry for situation-specific tuning.

Fox DHX 5.0 coil shock is custom-tuned for the Demo 7's FSR telemetry. 15-click ProPedal damping, boost valve and bottom-out resistance give the Demo 7 responsiveness, no matter the terrain.

Specifications Compare to other DH Bikes

Price $2,200
Travel 203mm
Rear Shock Fox DHX 5.0 coil 8.5x2.375", ProPedal and rebound adj., bottom out control, S:450, M:500, L:550
Seatpost 6066 butted alloy, two-bolt, 0 offset, 30.9x300mm

Dimensions

Size S M L
Frame Weight
Bike Weight
Headtube Angle 65 ° 65 ° 65 °
Seattube Angle 75 ° 75 ° 75 °
Headtube Length 120 mm 120 mm 120 mm
Chainstay Length 421 mm 421 mm 421 mm
BB Height 362 mm 362 mm 362 mm
BB Width 73 mm 73 mm 73 mm
Seat Post Diameter 30.9 " 30.9 " 30.9 "
Front Derailleur Width
HeadTube Diameter 1.5 1.5 1.5
Top Tube Length 520 mm 540 mm 554 mm
WheelBase 1160 mm 1185 mm 1205 mm
Standover Height 748 mm 753 mm 763 mm

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