Specialized's FSR Comp 6Fattie rips corners, rolls over anything, and devours trails. Rolling on beefy Specialized 650B x 3.0-inch tires that are mounted to 29mm-wide rims, you'll experience a higher level of traction and control. But it's not just about fat tires. An M5 aluminum frame, dialed geometry, and 135mm of travel make this Stumpy an absolute riot to ride. The Comp packs a 150mm-travel RockShox Revelation RL fork, reliable SRAM hydraulic brakes and an efficient SRAM 1 x 11-speed drivetrain. Complete with Specialized's Command Post IRcc, the Comp is ready to get out there and roll!
|Frame||M5 alloy, Trail Geometry, PF30 BB, internal cable routing, ManFu link, 12x148mm dropouts, sealed cartridge bearing pivots, replaceable derailleur hanger, 135mm-travel|
|Fork||RockShox Revelation RL 29/27.5+, Solo Air spring, lockout and rebound adjust, 15x110mm Maxle Lite thru-axle, 51mm offset, 150mm-travel|
|Rear Shock||RockShox Monarch RT, Rx Trail Tune, AUTOSAG, rebound and 2-position compression adjust, 197x48mm|
|Rims/Wheels||Roval Traverse 650b, hookless alloy, 29mm inner width, 24/28h, tubeless ready|
|Spokes||DT Swiss Industry stainless|
|Tires||Specialized Purgatory, GRID casing, 650bx3.0", 60TPI, Aramid folding bead, 2Bliss Ready|
|Chain||SRAM PC-1110, 11-speed w/PowerLink|
|Rear Derailleur||SRAM GX|
|Rear Cogs||SRAM XG-1150, 11-speed, 10-42t|
|Tape/Grips||Specialized Sip Grip|
|Brakes||SRAM Guide R, hydraulic disc|
|Saddle||Body Geometry Henge Comp, 143mm wide|
|Seatpost||Command Post IRcc, 12 position micro-height adjustable, alien head design, bottom mount cable routing, remote SRL lever, 30.9mm, S: 100mm, M/L/XL: 125mm travel|
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Best bike I ever owned. I worry less about establishing my "line" on the trail. The wide tires give me the confidence to roll over rocks, not just between them. I inflate them to 20psi, provides enough traction for me. The SRAM Guide R brakes do a good job of stopping. The suspension is quiet (no "squish" sound), does great job of absorbing bumps. Pedaling uphill is efficient, especially when the fork and shock are "locked out". Shifting is crisp. My first bike with a 1x11 drivetrain. I don't miss the triple chainring--the 11-speed cassette covers my needs.