Ellsworth Specialist 2003 Hardtail

5/5 (2 Reviews)

Product Description

-International Standard disc brake mounts and replaceable derailleur hanger
-CNC machined seatstay and chainstay yokes
-Available in 2 toptube lengths
-Shot-peened, anodized finish
-Compatible with rigid or suspension forks

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User Reviews

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Gene Kirk a Downhiller from Aspen,CO

Date Reviewed: August 17, 2003

Strengths:    Light, quick handling, all the right sweet spots

Weaknesses:    None, Besides its spendy

Bottom Line:   
Its the Sh%t. The best hardtail I have ever riddin. Its the perfect ride for street and Djing.

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Favorite Trail:   Street

Duration Product Used:   6 months

Purchased At:   Ellsworth

Similar Products Used:   Santa Cruz chameleon

Bike Setup:   shermen firefly, atomlab 24's, profiles, evil guide, arrow tires,

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by jdub from g-spot

Date Reviewed: May 5, 2003

Strengths:    Amazing strength- frame quality is super- looks sick

Weaknesses:    no

Bottom Line:   
this has gotta be the best hardtail ever. Its super nimble, carves turns like kyjelly. hmmm... the frame is acctually super lively so its super responsive to every movement- for an urban/trials/dirtjumper/trailbike this cant be beat-

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Duration Product Used:   Less than 1 month

Price Paid:    $400.00

Purchased At:   ebays the way

Bike Setup:   fox vanhila-mrp-hope minis- single tracks

Reviews 1 - 2 (2 Reviews Total)

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calling all geometry specialist. going nuts here

Heres my run down. im searching for used bikes on the internet. Some of which i cannot test ride. I want to switch from a large to a suggested medium as I am only 5'8". My actual measured inseam is 31". not my pant inseam by the way which is probably 29". I short legs and a long torso at 5'8". my cu ... Read More »

OT-Shoulder specialist

So, due to this ride: [url]http://forums.mtbr.com/colorado-front-range/its-all-totally-rideable-bro-high-country-adventure-732794.html#post8368702[/url] and my own stupidity, I need to see a shoulder specialist. Was going to go to Panorama, but don't see one on their site. Any good recommendati ... Read More »

Ellsworth Specialist

I picked up an Ellsworth Specialist this past winter at our annual bike swap and have been slowly transforming it form a parts-bin build to something a little nicer. I'd like to start using it at the local pump track, riding the 'freeride' park, and taking it to Rays in the winter but I'm having ... Read More »

My New Waltworks Information Specialist

and, yes, I got it dirty before I took photos;) Geometry CS = 440mm/17.3” (+/- 5mm each way) HA = 71* SA = 73* TT = 24.8 in ST (c-c) = 19” Features Clearance for 2.4” Paragon sliders S-bend CS and SS Cardinal BL05 powder coat (WW/Fuentes Team Blue--chosen by my daughter) Build F ... Read More »

In search of an orthopedic shoulder specialist

Long story short, I dislocated my shoulder and sustained a pretty large Hill-Sachs lesion which is basically a compression fracture of the humeral head and can cause instability. I went to my friends dad who is an orthopedic surgeon, but he doesn't seem to have a lot of experience with the type of ... Read More »

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