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    Best AllRound Specialized Bike?

    Guys

    Considering a Specilaized MTB. I love the look of these things

    Wanna do mostly trails but wanna do bit of freeride(large drops) here and there.

    What do u recommend? Enduro?

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    Cant go wrong with an enduro expert, or an SX Trail.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jut8
    Cant go wrong with an enduro expert, or an SX Trail.
    Good choices

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    I thought Stumpy was all-around.
    Riding and loving it

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    Quote Originally Posted by goldenraptor
    I thought Stumpy was all-around.
    I wouldn't have thought so for LARGE drops!!!!
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    Enduro

    If your drops are less then 2-3 feet and you like to ride up too then the Stumpy is the best al around bike. But if your drops are larger then the new enduro is definetly the way to go.
    It is light and climbs well but built to last.

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    Does anyone have any thoughts on the FSRxc pro. I'm looking into this bike and wondered if anyone could tell me a little about it. For the price is this the best on the market?

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    i sold my freeride bike and dual suspension xc bike and got an 06 enduro expert - great ride - 6&6 that you can do whatever you want (within reason). Comfortable to ride all day on the trails or take it on shuttle runs. a great do everything bike

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    I started on a hardtail that I would ride everywhere. From day long trips to downhill shuttle runs. I worked the hell out of that bike. I just got a 2005 enduro comp new that I do all the same things I used to do on the hardtail. Its just a lot smother, safer, and faster then before. I would really be looking at the enduro if I was you. Goodluck Ben

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