Specialized Enduro 2015: specs and UK pricing!

by Barney Marsh 11

Fresh from Specialized, here are details, including UK prices, for the very-tidy-looking-indeed 2015 range of Enduro bikes.

There is a choice between 650b and 29er wheels and a range of specs, from the Comp to the S-Works Carbon none-more-bling. The 29ers are available with 155mm of travel; their 650b compatriots get 165mm. All models all get internal cable routing, wide-rimmed Roval wheels, RockShox Pikes and a SRAM drivetrain.

For more info and pics from Specialized, feast your eyes below:

Enduro Comp 29/650b

Enduro Comp 2015

• Frame: Alloy IS-X frame w/All-Mountain Geo, 155/165mm (29”/650b), & internal cable routing for pure capability

• Rear Shock: Custom Fox Float CTD Evolution Series shock w/ AUTOSAG for premium on-trail performance

• Fork: Custom RockShox Pike RC 160mm-travel fork w/15mm axle is tuned to charge technical terrain

• Shifting: SRAM’s X.9 10-speed drivetrain setup with a 30T front ring mated to SRAM’s X1 cranks

• Wheels: Roval Traverse Fattie All-Mountain 29mm wide alloy rims with Specialized sealed hubs bring a new level of traction and durability combined with low weight

Price: £2,600

Enduro Elite 29/650b

Enduro Elite 2015

• Frame: Alloy IS-X frame w/All-Mountain Geo, 155/165mm (29”/650b), & internal cable routing for pure capability

• Rear Shock: Custom Cane Creek Double Barrel Inline shock for the maximum level of tunability & control over challenging terrain

• Fork: Custom RockShox Pike RC 160mm-travel fork w/15mm axle is tuned to charge technical terrain

• Shifting: SRAM’s X1 11-speed drivetrain mated to SRAM’s X1 cranks

• Wheels: Roval Traverse Fattie 142+ alloy All-Mountain 29mm wide wheels bring a new level of traction and durability combined with low weight

Price: £3,600

Enduro Expert Carbon 29/650b

Enduro Expert Carbon 2015

• Frame: FACT 11m IS-X carbon frame w/All-Mountain Geo, 155/165mm (29”/650b) travel, & internal cable routing for pure capability

• Rear Shock: Custom Cane Creek Double Barrel Inline shock for the maximum level of tunability & control over challenging terrain

• Fork: Custom RockShox Pike RC 160mm-travel fork w/15mm axle is tuned to charge technical terrain

• Shifting: SRAM’s X01 11-speed drivetrain mated to custom SRAM S-2200 carbon cranks

• Wheels: Roval Traverse Fattie 142+ alloy All-Mountain 29mm wide wheels bring a new level of traction and durability combined with low weight

Price: £4,600

Enduro S-Works Carbon 29/650b

Enduro S-Works 2015

• Frame: FACT 11m IS-X carbon frame w/All-Mountain Geo, 155/165mm (29”/650b) travel, & internal cable routing for pure capability

• Rear Shock: Custom Cane Creek Double Barrel Inline shock for the maximum level of tunability & control over challenging terrain

• Fork: Custom RockShox Pike RCT3 160mm-travel fork w/15mm axle is tuned to charge technical terrain

• Shifting: SRAM’s XX1 11-speed drivetrain mated to our S-Works carbon cranks

• Wheels: Roval Traverse SL Fattie 142+ carbon All-Mountain wide carbon wheels bring a new level of traction and durability combined with super low weight

Price: £7,000

S-Works frame only: £3,000

Bikes will be available later on this year.

Comments (11)

  1. So they’re bodging the 29er frame for the 27.5er as they have with the Stumpy recently? Stoopid idea. Do it properly or not at all and have courage in your convictions, Specialized.

  2. I say that as a Stumpy Evo (26er) owner…

  3. Rickos – It’s my understanding that it’s the 26″ front triangle with a redesigned back end.

  4. Internal routing for pure capability?!

  5. does that say £7000 ?

    madness

  6. Seven hundred thousand pennies!!!! How many do they think will stump up that price..?

  7. £4500 bike with a Pike RC? Nasty corner cutting, that

  8. They look good, the proof will be in the riding!

  9. RC still has charge damper just no pedal setting. Rarely use mine…but nice to have. I see the inline shock is stock here and canyons so imagine they think they’re better than fox. Shame I can’t find any proper reviews for the inline. 🙁

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