Specialized Safire FSR Comp Womens XC Full Suspension

Safire FSR Comp Womens

  • Frame: Safire FSR M5 Manipulated Alloy frame
  • Fork: Fox Float 120 RL, 120mm travel
  • Headset: 1-1/8" Threadless, 10mm insertion alloy cups
  • Grips: Specialized thin lock on grip
  • Shift Levers: SRAM X-7, aluminum trigger, 9-speed

User Reviews (2)

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lizzard   Cross Country Rider [Jul 18, 2011]
Strength:

Super beast for climbing, so light you can pop a wheelie!

Weakness:

none.

No wonder why everyone loves specialized bikes. This is my first specialized bike, 2011 safire size medium. I'm 5'3 120lb's and this bike is better than perfect. Cross country rider mostly, and some downhilling thrown in there. Climbs hills like a mt goat and downhill just wants to go with the wind. Can handle some gnarly downhilling, but if you are looking for ultimate cush, the downhill bike with more soft susp is a must. But all in all it's great for cross country and downhilling. Jumps like a pro without bottoming out, unless you're doing massive drops. A+++

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RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
gatordog   Weekend Warrior [Apr 10, 2009]
Strength:

Wifes bike and she says
"This bike is light and fast, but also pink"?

Weakness:

None so far, Specialized Solid

Depends who you ask on women specific bike colors but my wife loves this bike in pink and black. It is top of the line in stumpy land components wise and F/S for her comfort. Might be a little snob ish $ for weekend warrior (women specific) types but whatever/ Nice bike overall and she is a better rider on it.

We "stole" this bike on the internet, don't buy your wife a 2500.00 bike BEFORE you know she likes it is my only advice to the world

Similar Products Used: Specialized Myka
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RATING
5
VALUE
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5
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