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• Purchased new in May '16
• Impeccably maintained and in excellent condition
• Relatively low miles due to (unrelated) injuries.
• Carbon frame (aluminum chainstays) with plush Full-Floater suspension and ABP (Active Braking Pivot) to keep the rear glued to the ground under braking
• Magnesium EVO linkage
• Carbon bars
• New Rockshox Reverb Stealth adjustable seat post
• Complete Shimano XT drivetrain and brake system
• Lock-on grips
• Fox suspension F/R, with 140mm travel
o Front: Fox Float, CTD, FIT Damper, Rebound, E2 Tapered Steerer, 15QR
o Rear: Fox Float, DRCV, RE:aktiv, CTD Damper, Rebound
• Mino Link for adjustable headtube angle
• New cassette, chain, and big ring
• Tires and breaks in good condition
• Fresh Orange Seal sealant in (Specialized) tires
o Frame and bars have a clearcoat over the raw carbon layup and look BEAUTIFUL!!

The full list of components can be found at:

o Note: Sold without pedals

$5600 original MSRP, yours for $2300 OBO

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