THIS IS A 26" WHEEL MODEL IN FLAWLESS CONDITION AS YOU CAN SEE. FOR AUCTION IS A 2014 SPECIALIZED ENDURO COMP FSR SIZE MEDIUM IN BLACK/CYAN. Read it's strength, weaknesses, find deals and pricing - Do not grease the inside surface of the carbon seat tube! About Specialized Enduro bikes If the Stumpjumper FSR doesn't have enough suspension travel then Specialized's aluminium framed, full suspension Enduro bikes might be what you need. That has to say a lot. Read it's strength, weaknesses, find deals and pricing - FSR 4-bar linkage design with adjustable 3.8-4.6" of fully active (highly effective), fully independent (highly efficient) rear wheel travel XC-inspired Enduro frame design, super lightweight, disc brake ready, full cartridge bearings Integrated front and rear Enduro fender set On the down hill I've hit around 80 kms. Specialized Enduro FSR 2002 Full Suspension user reviews : 4.2 out of 5 - 72 reviews. Specialized Enduro Pro FSR 2002 Full Suspension user reviews : 4.4 out of 5 - 47 reviews. The first Enduro was really just a riff on Specialized's existing Ground Control FSR models - a component-spec option rather than an entirely new line of bikes. While FSR technology is no longer exclusive, that is not by any means to say that all FSR style bikes are created equal. I bought my first Enduro Comp in December and it was stolen (low life scum); considering all of my upgrades, I basically had a $3500 blank check from the insurance company and I bought the exact same bike again. I would make it up 9 out of 10 on the FSR. Certain Specialized carbon frames use a quick-release seatpost binder. Wheel Size: 26" wheels: Hubs: Front: Specialized Stout, Rear: Shimano Deore: Rims: Mavic X223 Disc, 32-hole: Front Tire: 26 x 2.20" Specialized New Enduro Pro Specialized FSR frames have a 30.9mm seatpost diameter and require that the seatpost have a tolerance of 30.78mm to 30.95mm. Read it's strength, weaknesses, find deals and pricing - Specialized 01 Enduro FSR Full Suspension Bike user reviews : 4.6 out of 5 - 28 reviews. Knowing how to make the best use of the design is as important as the design itself. Now days I'm 40 and still enjoy a good climb or a bit of a blast. With a geometry that's designed to be pedalled up hill as well as blasted down the Enduro bikes fill that gap between trail bike and freeride / downhill bike. Are there any small details on the alloy Enduro Comp the Specialized crew really digs, yet may not be obvious to the casual viewer?