Lightweight, with ergonomically profiled protection in strategic zones, the Comp Pro has a breathable mesh construction for unsurpassed comfort. Engineered for a precision fit, the top can be worn under a jersey and will accommodate the Bionic Neck Support (BNS), enabling the creation of an advanced upper body protection system.
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Hi all, I have found a store pretty close to me, and I can get a 2013 sj ht comp for $1,780 and the Carve Pro for $1,650! I mostly ride the trails close to me which are not to hilly but do have some steep climbs, not to much down hill either. however there are a lot of roots and rocks. which bike do ... Read More »
Looking for a good all around mtn bike. I'm not a heavy off-road rider. I ride on road during the week on my lunch (work from home) for exercise, and on the weekends on trails, fire roads, etc. although I may look for a off-road club as we just moved to a new area (Wolcott, CT.)
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Notice I didn't say VS. Pro's or con's welcome on either. The builds seem very close except for the forks. I've always liked Specialized bikes and these are very affordable. I thik it's time to make the jump from VRC to an actual rider.Read More »
I'm debating between these two bikes. Carve pro has better drivetrain components and I like the 100mm fox fork.
The Stumpjumper has a better frame. Why does the fork only have 90mm of travel? This is my primary concern. Will I really notice the extra 10mm of travel on the Carve Pro?
Does any ... Read More »
I will be buying my first mountain bike in about 20+ years in the next month or so. I have been an avid road rider for about 12 of those years and now want to get on the trails again.
I ride a steel road bike (IndyFab) and thought I would want a steel mountain bike, so I went and tried the Salsa ... Read More »