Specialized Camber Elite All Mountain Full Suspension

4/5 (3 Reviews)
MSRP : $2200.00


Product Description

Improved front suspension, better brakes, and upgraded drivetrain make the Camber Elite a little more plush and crisp.

  • 120mm-travel M4 alloy FSR frame with new suspension design and sealed cartridge bearing pivots for confident handling and smooth trail performance
  • RockShox Ario RL rear shock with adjustable rebound and lockout for steady climbs and plush, controlled descents
  • Responsive, yet stable RockShox Recon Gold TK air-sprung fork with 120mm of travel uses external adjustable rebound, Turn Key damping, and lockout for fine-tuned bump performance
  • Oversized, 3D-forged, adjustable-rise alloy stem with 4-bolt clamp for extra strength and versatility
  • Custom Avid Elixir 3 R SL hydraulic disc brakes and Juicy 3 levers with G3 Clean Sweep rotors and alloy-backed organic pads for maximum stopping power
  • Shimano Deore XT Shadow rear derailleur delivers top-of-the-line shifting performance and a low-profile design for maximum clearance


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    User Reviews

    Overall Rating:4
    Value Rating:4
    Submitted by Hophead1

    Date Reviewed: March 6, 2013

    Strengths:    Nice spec at the price point.
    Solid frame
    nice 120mm travel
    Not heavy for a FS


    Weaknesses:    I suppose the low end shifters could be better.
    Elixir 3's get the job done but I like shimano slx better
    Suspension is a little noisy


    Bottom Line:   
    Great bike for trail/xc. I wouldn't call it an all mountain machine with 70 degree hta but i've ridden in the mountains without problems. This bike definitely fees solid in the frame and suspension. Nothing feels cheap or tinny. I have a large and like the seat and the long stem and shimano drivetrain, I'm 6', 32 inseam. Very good bike in tight twisty stuff, very maneuverable. I can really carve on the flowy sections. tires have worked perfect for me. no complaints. Had to have wheels trued at 5 months but i hit a lot of tech obstacles and i'm 215. Probably routine for any bike anyway. I've read a couple, not many, but a couple of reviews that found it sluggish at times. It should be noted that using the specialized sag recommendations makes the bike soft but effects pedal efficiency when the suspension is wide open. I prefer it firmer on the back shock and that definitely takes care of the issue. Also the tires have a very tall sidewall. bag 'em down and tire squirm will slow you. I keep them a little firm and they grab nicely in the corners and roll fast.

    Overall Rating:4
    Value Rating:5
    Submitted by Bobby97 a All Mountain Rider

    Date Reviewed: July 14, 2012

    Strengths:    Uphill and XC

    Weaknesses:    Some (bigger) downhill

    Bottom Line:   
    Great bike for the price and the components. Just an outstanding bike for XC and All Mtn riding. Great components XT rear deralliear SLX front.
    .The guy before me doesn't know what hes talking about its his first bike he"s rating it on what he knows about that bike he doesn't know much.

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    Favorite Trail:   Wilkesboro NC. OVT

    Price Paid:    $1900.00

    Purchased At:   Lighting Cycles Cono

    Similar Products Used:   Specialized Rockhopper

    Bike Setup:   Stock

    Overall Rating:4
    Value Rating:4
    Submitted by elvinomarin a Cross Country Rider from Balikpapan, Indonesia

    Date Reviewed: November 25, 2011

    Strengths:    light to go up hill (stiff), stable down the hills,


    Weaknesses:    need to replaced stock pedals. plastic gears shifters is too weak (easy to crack).

    Bottom Line:   
    This my 1st mountain bike, and really happy to ride this machine on bumpy trail, easy for up hills and stable for down the hill.

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    Favorite Trail:   Daksa-Sepinggan track

    Duration Product Used:   6 months

    Price Paid:    $1900.00

    Purchased At:   Local shop

    Bike Setup:   flat Wellgo Pedals, Rockshox reverb 2012.

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