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2017

Specialized Epic FSR Comp

Specialized Epic 2017

All Mountain

At a glance

The 2017 Specialized Epic FSR Comp is an All Mountain mountain bike. It has RockShox suspension and a Shimano drivetrain. The bike is part of Specialized's Epic range of mountain bikes.

What makes a cross country mountain bike fast? Is it carbon and digital everything, or is it the perfect geometry, suspension, and attention to detail? Given the choice, we’ll take the latter. That’s why we constructed the Epic FSR Comp from our lightweight, stiff, and reliable M5 aluminium, while the geo follows our XC 29 Geometry for explosive power, incredible speeds, and nimble handling. For the suspension, we included our Brain technology at the rear shock.

This intelligent system is able to interprets the difference between rider and trail input, so it stays firm under effort and plush over bumps. And for the build, you’ll find a mix of RaceFace & Shimano 2×10 components that deliver a wide range of gears, dependable performance, and the assurance of durability for season after season of use.

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Specifications

Frameset
  • Frame
    M5 alloy, fully butted, PF30 BB, front deraileur mount, 12x142mm rear spacing, 100mm of travel, internal cable routing
  • Fork
    Custom RockShox Reba RL, rebound adjust, Solo Air spring, tapered alloy crown/steerer, 15x100mm Maxle Stealth thru-axle, 100mm of travel, 51mm offset
  • Shock
    Fox/SBC Epic remote Mini Brain w/Auto Sag. Brain Fade adjust I-Valve, 205 x 53mm
Wheels
  • Hubs
    Front: Specialized disc, alloy, sealed cartridge bearings,15x100mm thru-axle, 32h
    Rear: Specialized disc, alloy, sealed cartridge bearings,12x142mm thru-axle, 32h
  • Wheels
    Roval Control, hookless alloy, 21mm inner width, 32h, tubeless ready
  • Spokes
    DT Swiss Industry, stainless, 3x, 2.0"
  • Tires
    [F] [R]
Drivetrain
  • Chain
    KMC X11EL, 11-speed w/reusable MissingLink
  • Crank
    RaceFace Aeffect, 6000-series alloy, 24mm spindle, 49mm chainline
  • Bottom Bracket
    PF30
  • Front Derailleur
    Shimano SLX 7025, direct-mount, down-swing
  • Rear Derailleur
    Shimano Deore XT M8000, Shadow Plus, SGS cage, 11-speed
  • Shifters
    Shimano SLX M7000, 11-speed
  • Cassette
    Shimano SLX M7000, 11-speed, 11-42t
  • Pedals
    Resin Test Ride with toe clips, CEN std.
Components
  • Brakeset
    Front: Shimano M506, hydraulic disc, resin pad, 180/160mm rotor
    Rear: Shimano M506, hydraulic disc, resin pad, 160mm rotor
  • Handlebar
    Specialized Mini-rise, 6000 alloy, 8-backsweep, 6-upsweep, 10mm rise, 720mm width, 31.8mm clamp
  • Saddle
    Body Geometry Phenom Comp, hollow Cr-Mo rails, 143mm
  • Seatpost
    Specialized, alloy, single bolt, 30.9mm
  • Stem
    Specialized, 3D-forged alloy, 4-bolt, 6-degree rise

FAQ

Q: What size 2017 Specialized Epic FSR Comp should I get?

After measuring your height, use the size chart below to find the typical Specialized Epic FSR Comp size for your height. Remember that these sizes are a general guide and bike sizes can vary between riders and bikes. The best way to find your size is to go for a test ride.

Rider Height (cm)Rider Height (in)Frame Size
148cm - 158cm4'10" - 5'2"XS
158cm - 168cm5'2" - 5'6"S
168cm - 178cm5'6" - 5' 10"M
178cm - 185cm5'10" - 6'1"L
185cm - 193cm6'1" - 6'4"XL
193cm - 198cm6'4" - 6'6"XXL

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