Specialized Camber Pro All Mountain Full Suspension

5/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $2900.00


Product Description

When it comes to a purist's XC Trail bike, this is it, with upgraded front and rear suspension from Fox and Specialized keeps the Camber Pro's wheels rolling over and through XC trail terrain.

  • 120mm-travel M4 alloy FSR frame with new suspension design and sealed cartridge bearing pivots for confident handling and smooth trail performance
  • Custom Fox Triad II rear shock tackles all trail conditions with its 3-position, on-the-fly adjuster that includes lockout, fully open, and efficient ProPedal settings
  • Fox F120 RL fork with 120mm of travel, rebound adjustment, and lockout is sturdy and smooth to tame the trail
  • Super light, custom SRAM Carbon S-2200 10-speed double crankset with GXP spindle and removable spider offers stiffness, performance, and durability
  • Custom Avid Elixir R SL hydraulic disc brakes with G3 Clean Sweep rotors for maximum stopping power and Elixir levers with reach adjust
  • Shimano Deore XTR Shadow rear derailleur with carbon cage delivers ultra-light, top-of-the-line shifting performance and legendary durability
  • Specialized Camber Pro Extended Review

    Specialized was gracious enough to let us play with their Camber Pro for a good six months. At least five different riders rode it in such varied terrain as Santa Cruz and Downieville in CA and Bend, Oregon. The first thing to note is every rider had fun and walked away impressed with the bike. Continue reading →



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    Overall Rating:5
    Value Rating:5
    Submitted by Chris Carpenter a All Mountain Rider

    Date Reviewed: May 30, 2012

    Strengths:    Nice set of componentry. Light and responsive feeling ride.

    Weaknesses:    Handlebars feel a little wide for me.

    Bottom Line:   
    After test riding the Stumpjumper, Blurxc, & RZ 122, I was psyched to come across the 2011 Camber Pro. This med sized bike fit my 5'7" 140lb body perfectly. It can be hard to tell how a bike will perform based on a quick jaunt around the bike shop, but this one just felt "right". In fact, I kept bouncing back and forth between it and the Stumpjumper just to make sure. The Camber Pro simply spoke to me. We have a fair amount of single track out here in Grass Valley, CA. My Camber Pro has answered all of my requests these last few weeks. Finding this 2011 bike in 2012 saved me a grand too! Overall...extremely satisfied. I was seeking out a reasonably priced bike to ride a variety of terrain. I've been mt biking on and off for 30 years. I like tricky little climbing sections, and I am not a monster downhiller. Just looking to have fun, but now find myself having a blast!...especially when pointed downhill. Thank you Specialized design team. Great job!

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    Is my Camber Pro enough?

    I have just got into mountain bike riding since moving out of home. I didnt realise the area I live in is very rock, with lots of roots, rock gardens and full of 1-2ft drops and many even larger ones. I just recently bought a Camber Pro. It has 120mm travel fork and shock. The specs are outlin ... Read More »

    Is my Camber Pro enough?

    I have just got into mountain bike riding since moving out of home. I didnt realise the area I live in is very rock, with lots of roots, rock gardens and full of 1-2ft drops and many even larger ones. I just recently bought a Camber Pro. It has 120mm travel fork and shock. The specs are outlin ... Read More »

    2012 Camber Carbon Pro 29er

    Does anyone know the stock weight of this bike? Thanks for the help. :thumbsup:[url=http://www.specialized.com/us/en/bikes/mountain/camber/camberprocarbon29]Specialized Bicycle Components[/url]Read More »

    '11 Camber Pro 29er Vs. '12 SJ Comp 29er

    Had pretty much narrowed my decision down to a 2012 Stumpjumper FSR Comp 29er, but came across a used, 2011 Camber Pro 29er with some aftermarket goodies on it. Any thoughts on the difference between the two bikes? The Camber has Sram XO carbon crankset and upgraded brakes with a set of Sram X ... Read More »

    2011 Camber Pro vs 201 Trek HiFi

    Hi, I am ready to pull the trigger on a sub-$3000 FS 29er and have the pleasant frustration of choosing what to buy. I have the following available. 2011 Camber Pro 2x10 XT $2499 2011 Trek HiFi 3X10 $2699 2012 Camber Comp Test Bike 2X10 $2599 All will fit the bill for my New England r ... Read More »

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