Specialized's Fatboy Expert Carbon is a bantamweight in the plus-sized world. By incorporating carbon, they've elevated the fat bike platform to a higher level of performance, strength, and efficiency. This trail-eating champ is built around a svelte FACT 10m Carbon frame and vibration-quieting carbon fork. Tubeless 4-inch wide Ground Control tires are wrapped around lightweight HED Big Deal carbon wheels that provide trail-shredding stability while flying up climbs. While you're eyeing new and offbeat places to roll your Fatboy, you can count on the efficient 11-speed one-by SRAM X01 drivetrain powered by carbon Race Face Next SL cranks to get you there quickly. When it's time to slow it all down and take in the scenery, SRAM Guide R brakes are on the case. Sand? Snow? Mud? The Fatboy is one light fatty that backs it up with ability.
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Smoother is faster when you're flying down the road on Specialized's Roubaix SL4 Expert Disc UDi2. With the engineered compliance and responsiveness of Specialized's SL4 FACT 10r carbon frame and fork, along with the amazing electric shifting of the Shimano UDi2 build kit and powerful Shimano hydraulic-disc braking, it's a bike that will ensure that you stay fresher, longer—no matter how long your ride may be. •High-modulus SL4 FACT 10r carbon frame with tapered head tube and compact race design provides incredible responsiveness, while the engineered compliance and Zertz inserts smooth out vibrations and road chatter. •The Specialized FACT carbon fork comes in three different sizes with varying steerer diameters that optimize stiffness for that size, while also providing excellent steering response. Road chatter is also absorbed through the Zertz elastomer inserts. •The incredibly smooth-running Fulcrum Racing S-19 Disc Light wheels transfer all your power to the road. They're built with butted spokes to be tough enough to handle even the roughest roads and still come back for more.
Specialized's Women's Camber Comp Carbon 650B excels at every type of riding you do—and more! It starts with 130mm of their active FSR suspension which is built into a light, stiff carbon frame. Leading the way is a 130mm travel RockShox Revelation RL fork which smooths the trail ahead. Everything rolls on fast Roval 650B wheels that carve corners and hold speed better to keep you ahead of your buddies. At your fingertips are powerful Shimano hydraulic disc brakes and a snappy SRAM 1 x 11-speed drivetrain, helping you quickly find the right gear and control your speed. When it's time to get behind the saddle and hammer through the technical sections you've got a Command Post dropper at your control. A whole host of Specialized's own components including their comfy BG women's Myth Sport saddle, grippy Specialized tires, and wide handlebars round off this trail-shredding package.
The last thing that you want is your bike holding you back from having the ride of your life. If you see rough roads or flowy singletrack, Specialized wants you to ride it, not think, "That looks fun, but I can't do it on this bike." They're tired of fun being restricted, and that's why they developed the Diverge Expert. Now, you can get out there and not only explore new roads, but entirely new rides—we promise that the bike won't be a limiting factor. The Diverge frame will comfortably fit up to 700x42mm tires with plenty of room for mud, too. Weight was a large factor in the development, so Specialized took some design cues from the Roubaix with a FACT 9r carbon frame that's one of the lightest in the category. Specialized opted for a new Open Road Geometry. We know what you're thinking, "it's just another marketing term," but they truly did develop an entirely new geometry. Think of it as a road version of modern trail bike geometry. It provides playful handling and predictable steering for endless dirt skids and mid-corner drifts. The geo features a bottom bracket that's over a half-centimeter lower than the previous Diverge, a slacked-out head tube angle, short chainstays, and a short wheelbase. These changes make for a bike that's not only fun in the dirt, but also performs well on the road. There's only so much that wider tires with lower pressures can absorb, so Specialized implemented a new version of the Future Shock into the Diverge design. It not only soaks up bumps with ease, but provides extremely predictable handling. That's because the wheelbase isn't lengthening when you hit a bump, so the front end of the Diverge keeps the same effective head tube angle. In other words, when you dive hard into a turn, you won't be surprised by under steer or sloppy handling. Unlike the original Future Shock, the Diverge's version features a progressive spring that makes this technology more suitable for off-road applications, where stiffer suspension is often needed to soak-up larger bumps and obstacles. Specialized topped it off with three water bottle mounts and mounts for racks and fenders. So while it's one of the most smile-inducing bikes you'll ever shred fire roads on, it's equally adept at bike packing, commuting, or even a spin to your local brewery. The frame, meanwhile, is topped off with a SRAM Force 1 groupset, hydraulic disc brakes, and Roval SLX 24 wheelset with 2Bliss Ready tires.
The biggest, rootiest, and steepest DH courses just got a whole lot easier now that Specialized's Demo 8 I is on the scene. Paired with 650b wheels, its revolutionary M5 asymmetric aluminum frame boasts Specialized's legendary FSR suspension that smooths all trails, while its low center of gravity and low stand-over help you slash corners and rail rowdy sections. Keeping your run pinned are RockShox's World Cup-proven Boxxer RC and Fox's Van RC shock that offer 200mm of perfectly tunable travel to control even the biggest, fastest hits. Add in SRAM's Guide discs and fat Specialized tires for max grip as well as burly Roval wheels for unheard of speeds out on every course. Plus, this downhill monster boasts a quick-shifting SRAM drivetrain with a Gamut chainguide so you'll always have the perfect gear.
Specialized's Rhyme FSR Comp Carbon 6Fattie rips corners, rolls over anything, and leaves a grin so permanent, your cheeks will hurt. Rolling on beefy Specialized 650B x 3.0-inch tires that are mounted to 29mm-wide rims, you'll experience a higher level of traction and control. But it's not just about fat tires; the FACT Carbon front-triangle, dialed geometry, and 135mm of travel make the Rhyme an absolute riot to ride. Specialized's women's specific build spec checks all the boxes. A plush 150mm-travel RockShox Yari Fork? Check! Reliable and strong SRAM Guide R brakes? Check! A SRAM 1 x 11-speed drivetrain and a Specialized Command Post dropper with plenty of adjustment? Check and check! Specialized even built their SWAT Door compartment in the downtube for plenty of room to store tools, a tube, and a pump. The only thing that doesn't come standard is a rider that's ready to climb aboard and put it through it's paces. Good thing you can take care of that.
The Tarmac has picked up multiple Grand Tour victories and two World Championships since its debut, proving its illustrious pedigree. The tapered S-Works-specific FACT full carbon fork provides incredible front end stiffness and steering response. Its Rider-First Engineered design ensures the same legendary climbing responsiveness and descending prowess you'd expect from a Tarmac, and now, the Tarmac Expert is available with SRAM's much anticipated eTap groupset—the world's first wireless shifting system. The 11-speed shifters offer a glimpse into the future of shifting. The system communicates wirelessly with the front and rear derailleurs for a ground-breaking level of performance, while offering new, intuitive shift capabilities. If you're looking for the world's most versatile and technologically advanced performance road bike, look no further than the S-Works Tarmac eTap.
Practice that victory salute because Specialized's Tarmac Expert is a purpose-built race machine ready to help you start racking up the wins! Whether the race is serious or just for bragging rights, its 10r FACT carbon frame and fork dance up the climbs, rail descents, and power across the flats with ease thanks to their fantastically low weight and road-scorching stiffness. With Specialized's Rider-First Engineering, every size, from small to big, showcases consistent stiffness and handling. What's more, the Expert comes with smooth DT Swiss wheels propelled by a precision-shifting Shimano Ultegra 22-speed drivetrain with the ideal blend of reliability and smoothness. Plus, a whole host of Specialized's carbon and aluminum components that beg to be ridden hard are ready to go.
Take your riding to a new level and make the mountain your playground with Specialized's Enduro Elite Carbon 29 6Fattie. This trail machine boasts a FACT 9m carbon chassis and M5 alloy rear end, and is built to pedal up and absolutely crush it back down. A plush 160mm RockShox Lyrik fork keeps things dialed up front, while a RockShox Monarch Plus drives the efficient 165mm rear suspension to devour everything out back. SRAM's GX 1 x 11-speed drivetrain is on call for the pedaling department, while 29-inch Roval Traverse wheels shod with beefy tubeless-ready rubber give you the green light to slay any corner you come across. Specialized has made the Enduro compatible with their 27.5+ 6Fattie wheel system, so you'll always be ready for the trail ahead. Top it all off with Specialized's renowned Body Geometry saddle, a properly wide bar, and Specialized's Command Post IRcc, and you've got a rig that's just waiting to get you to a new level.
Enduro means pedaling up climbs, then charging wide open and getting rowdy on the downs; Specialized's Enduro Elite Carbon 650b is tailor-made to do just that. This ride shreds with a 170mm RockShox Lyrik RC fork and 170mm of rear travel deftly handled by an RockShox Monarch Plus shock. When it's time to climb back up and do it again, a FACT carbon mainframe and plush rear suspension boasts a huge amount of traction paired with efficiency. The Enduro has a remote-actuated Command Post dropper post so you can ease off the SRAM Guide R brakes and let the 2.6-inch wide tubeless-ready tires and Roval Traverse wheels trounce terra firma. With or without gravity's assistance, a SRAM GX 11-speed drivetrain lays down your power and Specialized's own bar, stem, and renowned Body Geometry saddle continue the enduro theme perfectly.
No matter where you ride, no road surface is perfect. That's why Specialized's Ruby Expert focuses on providing next-level smoothness in a package that's tailor-made for women of all abilities. Its revolutionary design erases any shadow of a doubt that smoother is indeed faster. The FACT 10r frame is exceptional in every way, offering the ideal blend of light overall weight and targeted stiffness. Paired to the frame is a Ruby Disc fork that is built from FACT carbon fiber for supreme stiffness, strength, and reactivity, while a thru-axle design only stands to bolster all of the above. Meanwhile, the all-new Future Shock "suspension" system at the cockpit, a piston in the head tube with 20mm of travel, delivers a revolutionary degree of comfort and control. Its stiffness levels are also off the charts and you'll experience fast, efficient geometry. Rolling beneath you are DT R460 Disc wheels that provide the a balance of weight and rigidity. Shimano's Ultegra drivetrain delivers shifts that are precise as it gets. Lastly, they spec'd it with awesome components, like Shimano hydraulic disc brakes, a plush CG-R carbon seatpost and a women's-specific Ruby saddle.
A perfect introduction to your world of XC riding and racing, the Epic Comp Carbon features all of the same frame technologies that are found in its older siblings, only with a build that lets you give racing a try without breaking the bank. Race courses have evolved over the past few years. They're more technical, steeper, and simply more challenging to ride. But instead of quivering in our boots, we saw this as an opportunity to make something special—something that both World Cup athletes and XC riders alike can instantly feel the benefit from. We looked at the sum of parts that make a bike handle well, like the head angle, reach, stack, chainstay length, fork offset, etc., and reevaluated all of it. Increasing the reach made a bike that was more stable at speed and generally more comfortable to ride. Dropper posts? Yep, those fit, and not just a short- travel XC option, but full-length droppers that fit in the 30.9mm seat tube. Head angle? We slacked that out, but not without evaluating the overall handling package. It now lands on a custom offset, 42mm fork that works with the slacker head angle in order to behave itself in tight corners and through switchbacks. Next comes the redesigned Brain technology, Brain 2.0. The Brain changed the way the bike world looked at suspension, both its inefficiencies and benefits alike. And oh was it good. It won races and put a flag in the ground for us as a true leader in innovation and suspension development, but we knew that we could make it better. Simple physics told us that, by moving the Brain closer to the rear axle, it would be in the most sensitive spot. And after countless hours with the RockShox team, the new Brain became more than just a slight upgrade. It's totally new. Now, it reacts seamlessly to bump forces, it has much more consistent damping performance, and finally, it integrates the hoses into the suspension links. This, in turn, improves oil paths, and it creates an incredibly sleek package that outperforms anything on the market. The new Epic also gets a serious upgrade in the stiffness department. The Rider-First Engineered™ tubes place complex carbon pieces in all the right places, which greatly increases stiffness in the front end for a vast improvement in ride quality and control. To go along with this, each frame size has size- specific tubes that result in the stiffest, best riding XC bike we've ever developed —no matter the frame size. And while stiffness, Brain technology, and geometry features are cool and all, we know what you're thinking, "What about the weight?" We're glad you asked. With the goal of the new Epic to be the fastest XC mountain bike we've ever made, weight was at the top of our priorities list. We started with an efficient frame layout and tube shapes that feature clean cable routing, integrated channels through the shock extension, straight tubes with less curves, and optimized torsion profiles in every section. And if you're curious, this weight savings is equivalent to shedding a chainstay and shock extension from the previous Epic—nearly 525 grams. The build of the Epic Comp is value-packed, featuring an 11-speed SRAM GX groupset, SRAM Level TL brakes, and a Roval Control alloy wheelset. Get ready, because this is going to be Epic. - Full fact 11m carbon fiber frame combines stiffness, strength, and light overall weight to deliver an off-the-hook race bike. Meanwhile, the new geometry, RockShox Brain shock, and 100mm of travel, make the Epic the best handling, fastest XC rig you've been on. - A RockShox Reba RL fork soaks up the bumps up front, and features both compression and rebound adjustments. - An 11-speed SRAM GX groupset handles shifting duties, bringing the convenience of one-by to your XC rig.
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