Specialized is going to town with 29er's this season and here is how it stands.
Kicking it off i the Hardrock range, entry level 29er disc at $599 and sport disc at $749. So even the kids can play.
Next up is the Rockhopper comp at $1199 and the expert at $1499. Good price point for a 3x9 drivetrain to get the more serious ride onto a new 29er.
Last alloy of the hardtail's is the Stumpjumper Comp at $2499. 3x10 and Rock Shox reba forks give a great mid level package. Or for a bit more bling the Stumpjumper comp carbon at $3999.
Full carbon hardtail frame with a sram 2x10 drivetrain and reba front forks. Nice
Onto the duel suspension bikes and the Camber elite 29er has 100mm of front and rear travel, 3x9 drive train and comes in at $2799. Great value for a duely.
The ever popular Epic range gets 3 modelsof 29er. The comp at $3999 with 3x10 and reba's. The comp carbon at $4499 with a carbon front triangle, reba's and 2x10 drivetrain. And the Expert carbon. Carbon front. 142mm rear. Sram X0 2x10 drivetrain and tuned reba forks. all for $5999.
2 bikes in the 130mm travel Stumpjumper FSR range. FSR comp at $3799. 2x10 and reba's. And the FSR expert at $4999. Sram X0 drivetrain, control tech post and 130 mm travel reba's.
And for those who just have to have the best there is 2 offerings from the S-Works stable.
Stumpjumper HT carbon at $8499. Sub 9kg rocket ship. Yes, less than 9 kilograms people.
Epic S-Works 29er at $9999. Carbon everything. Frame, wheels, bar, post, cranks etc. This is as high as you go in 29er duel suspension bikes.
All can be found here www.specialized.com/au/gb/bc/home.jsp
Now get out and go riding......