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Jun 13, 2019 at 21:17
Jun 13, 2019

Specialized Epic HT Pro Carbon WC 29

$4800 USD
Selling a very nice 2017 Specialized Epic HT Pro Carbon World Cup 29er with the in GLOSS GALLARDO ORANGE/BLACK. It's a slight spec variation of the original bike, shown here: https://www.specialized.com/us/en/epic-hardtail-pro-carbon-world-cup/p/115326 I built the frameset up with a mix of new parts and some parts that I had on an Epic FSR. Where (new) is indicated, this means NEVER RIDDEN, aside from a 100-yard spin down a paved street to make sure everything worked. After that it's been hanging in the garage, waiting for you to buy it. This is a very nice XC race bike, but you can also get sideways on smooth rolling singletrack at that neighborhood park near your house; the trails don't have many crazy features, but enough berminess to make you smile. This bike will you get you to the top faster than all the others, and if you're on your game, will help you get down almost as quickly. The frame's bright orange color is fading in some areas, but in consistent manner, not splotchy. It's mostly pronounced on the corners of the top tube, from the head tube to the seat tube. It almost looks like a feature, not a bug, sort of like the heat-sensitive paint Specialized used on the Olympic road bikes a few years back (this paint is NOT heat-sensitive). WHEELS: Roval Control Carbon 29 (new) (https://www.specialized.com/us/en/roval-control-29-carbon-148/p/157328?color=232560-157328) CHAIN: Shimano 11-speed (new) BOTTOM BRACKET: Wheels Mfg PF30 Threaded Angular Contact BB CRANKSET: Specialized S-Works "Lightning"-style cranks with custom graphic. SHIFT LEVERS: Shimano XTR (new) CASSETTE: Shimano Deore XT 11-46T (new) CHAINRING: Wolftooth Components 32T REAR DERAILLEUR: Shimano XTR (new) FORK: Fox StepCast 32, serviced two months ago, with new seals and dust wipers, new oil TIRES: Fast Trak, GRID casing, 29x2.3" (new) SADDLE Specialized S-Works Power 143 SEATPOST: Specialized Carbon Pave SL seatpost STEM: Syntace MegaForce 2 50MM (can replace with the stock Specialized S-Works SL stem 100mm on request); also includes SWAT top cap chain tool with quicklink HANDLEBARS: Specialized Mini-rise, S-works carbon, 8-degree backsweep, 6-degree upsweep, 10mm rise, 750mm width, 31.8mm clamp GRIPS: Specialized Sip Grip BRAKES: Shimano XTR Trail (all new except the front calipers; all new pads) ROTORS: Shimano XT IceTech 180/160 rotors (new) PEDALS Shown with Crank Brothers Candy (not included) SEAT BINDER: Specialized Alloy, 30.0mm FRAME: FACT 11m, XC Geometry, internal split-housing cable routing, PF30 BB, 12x148mm rear end, triangulated post-mount 160mm brake

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singletrackslayer mikekazimer's article
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