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Specialized Demo 8 II

Specialized Demo 8 II

2015

Product Rating
 
3.0 stars
 (2 Reviews)
$5,100.00 - $6,800.00
$6,800.00
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2015 Specialized Demo 8 II

Specialized's Demo 8 II is built to dismantle the world's toughest, gnarliest downhill courses. Its legendary FSR suspension now partners with 650b wheels to smooth every trail, delivering a low-center of gravity that's confident soaring through the air and skimming across techy tracks. No matter how gnar-filled the trail is, the Boxxer Team fork and Öhlins rear shock deftly control the biggest, fastest hits, and they boast the adjustments you need to perfectly tune the suspension for each course. For even more control, SRAM's Guide RS DH discs and fat Specialized tires bite hard and stop quick, while the burly Roval wheels take all the huge air and harsh landings that you can dish out. Plus, this monster is spec'd with quick-shifting SRAM X0 gearing and a Gamut bashguard.

 
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    Specification Description
    Frame Specialized FSR M5-aluminum, 650b S3 Geometry, 1.5" forged headtube, 135mm rear spacing, ISCG '05 mount, cartridge bearing rear shock mount, 200mm travel
    Fork RockShox Boxxer Team, 200mm travel w/coil spring, tapered steerer, high/low speed compression and rebound, 20mm thru-axle
    Rear Shock Custom Öhlins TTX22M, coil over w/piggy back, high/low speed compression and rebound
    Rims/Wheels Roval DH 650b
    Hubs Front: Specialized Hi Lo disc, 20mm thru-axle; Rear: Custom DT Swiss, 12mm rear axle
    Spokes DT Swiss Industry stainless
    Tires Specialized; Front: Butcher DH, 650b x 2.5; Rear: Slaughter DH, 650b x 2.3
    Crankset SRAM X0 DH w/Gamut bashguard, carbon arms
    Chainrings 30T
    Bottom Bracket SRAM PressFit 30
    Rear Derailleur SRAM X0 Type 2
    Rear Cogs SRAM PG-1030, 7-speed: 9-25
    Shifters SRAM X9
    Handlebars Specialized Demo low-rise, aluminum
    Tape/Grips Specialized Sip Grip, lock-on
    Stem Specialized, direct-mount
    Brake Levers SRAM Guide RS DH
    Brakes SRAM Guide RS DH, 200/180mm Centerline rotor
    Pedals Specialized Bennies aluminum w/removable pins
    Saddle Body Geometry Phenom Comp, 143mm wide
    Seatpost Thomson

    * Subject to change without notice.

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    Option Barcode Manufacturer's Part Number Store SKU
    Dirty White/Charcoal/Rocket Red / Medium 00719676220598 94515-1002 104887
    Dirty White/Charcoal/Rocket Red / Long 00719676193854 94515-1003 104888
    Dirty White/Charcoal/Rocket Red / Extra Long 00719676184050 94515-1004 95948
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    3.0 stars

    (based on 2 reviews)

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    Pros

    • Handles Well  (2)
    • Lightweight 
    • Great Components 
    • Balanced Suspension 
    • Durable 

    Cons

    • Flimsy Construction 
    • Heavy 
    • Rims very weak 
    • Rigid Feel 
    • Cheap Components 

    Best Uses

    • Racing  (2)
    • Downhill  (2)
    • Free Riding  (2)
    • Mountain Biking 
    • Pro competitions 

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    5.0

    Demo 8 II,the beast...

    By yoshi

    from Golden CO.

    About Me Competitive Cyclist

    Pros

    • Great Components
    • Plush Feel
    • Balanced Suspension
    • Durable
    • Handles Well
    • Lightweight

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Free Riding
      • Downhill
      • Racing

      Comments:

      Just got this bike and raced it at Snowmass.It handles and rides so smooth, I was still getting used to the feel a new bike and it completely handled everything from drops to jumps and really steap off-camber sections. This bike is a wild animal that wants to be set free so just hang on and don't brake.

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      1.0

      worst bike ever

      By Jason Sager

      from Whistler,BC

      About Me Competitive Cyclist

      Pros

      • Handles Well

      Cons

      • Cheap Components
      • Rims very weak
      • Unbalanced Suspension
      • Rigid Feel
      • Flimsy Construction
      • Heavy

      Best Uses

      • Free Riding
      • Racing
      • Pro competitions
      • Mountain Biking
      • Urban Biking
      • Casual Riding
      • Downhill
      • Dirt jumps

      Comments:

      The handlebars snaped first try off of a 6 foot drop. The rim folded of a small jump. Everything on this bike is bad and nobody should buy it ever.

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