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Feb 12, 2024 at 13:58
Feb 12, 2024

Specialized Enduro S-Works, size S5 (XL)

$3000 USD
Specialized Enduro S-Works with a top-end build. The frame and suspension are basically brand new; the frame was a replacement by Specialized for a cosmetic blemish on the non-S-Works version I originally purchased, and has been ridden very, very little since I got it. I'm not really riding the kinds of trails on which this bike excels these days, so this needs a new home. It's priced to move; the S-Works frame is currently discounted to $3k new, so why not get a top-end build along with it for the same price? Bike is in Seattle. Local pickup preferred, but I'll ship within the US if buyer pays. If you need it shipped it might take me a few days to locate an appropriate box. Build details: Frame: Specialized S-Works Enduro, size S5 (XL) Shock: Vorsprung-tuned RS Superdeluxe. Tuned for rider weight of 180-210lbs. Fork: Fox 38 Factory 180mm, nearly brand new. Drivetrain: Eagle AXS X01 RD, Shimano XTR cranks, chain and cassette. This combo shifts better than an AXS cassette under load. Brakes: SRAM Code, 200mm rotors. Wheels: Front rims is a Zipp 3Zero Moto rim, which has some engineered compliance. The rear is a Nox Farlow rims, which is stiffer; the 3Zero Moto is a bit too flexy to work well out back IMO. Both are laced to I9 hubs with DT Competition spokes. Dropper: OneUp, 210mm length. Cockpit: RaceFace NextR bar, 800mm, Deity stem.

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Feb 12, 2024 at 13:54
Feb 12, 2024

Specialized S-Works Recon, size 47

$175 USD
These are the latest Specialized S-Works Recon MTB/Gravel shoes, size 47. They are very lightly used; I did about 4 indoor and 2 outdoor rides with them. Some scuffing on the sole due to missed clip-ins is about the only real wear. They are great shoes, but just didn't work with my foot shape. I'm including 2 pairs of Specialized Body Geometry insoles, 1 medium arch and 1 high arch.

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