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Specialized S-Works Safire FSR - Full Suspension MTB - $2,200

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bicycle type: mountain
frame size: Small/Medium
wheel size: 26 in
bicycle frame material: carbon fiber
For Sale... S-Works full carbon, full suspension mountain bike. Top of the line quality here... Fully functional, frame-off rebuild using quality components, no issues other than small cosmetics. Barely ridden (<50 miles) and all of that in the neighborhood on streets or grassy trails.

Details:
- Specialized S-Works FSR "Safire" Size S
- I am 5'7" and it fits just fine. Would be ok for smaller rider.
- Rear shock - Specialized FSR "Brain" system. All rear suspension bearings replaced.
- Front shock - Specialized "Futureshock" long travel
- 26" rims, Shimano Deore XT hubs front and rear.
- Forte tires (brand new) - 2.1" front, 2.2" rear.
- Shimano 3x9 drivetrain. Old school, I know. Works great. Top gear is probably way too fast for a MTB though.
- TRP Spyke - mechanical disc brakes. 240 rear, 220 front. TONS of stopping power, great feel.
- Ergon GP1 flat grips (so nice)
- FSA aluminum Stem, KCNC carbon headset spacers
- Aluminum handlebar, painted satin black
- Brooks leather saddle

Story:
I have too many bikes. Call it what it is.
I picked up this frame a few years back - it was damaged (not structural) - It was professionally repaired. It had a few chips in the rear triangle paint, so I had that redone. Built it up as a project bike - who knows how much I spent - but really its not my favorite style of riding so I need to let her go! Such a comfortable ride, and so capable. Very lightweight. Go shred up and down Paris mountain, will ya?!?

Things you might want to do:
- Suspension service and tuning - currently it is a little soft for my liking. Its been sitting for so many years, a lube and new o-rings is probably a good idea before heavy riding.
- Change whatever you want to change about the setup.
- Hit the trails.

That's all, folks!

post id: 7763994625

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