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    Is my new purchase a 2011 or 2012 model?

    Just bought the S Works Epic. This was not pre-owned and is in new condition. I am the first owner. The tag says Nov 2011 but it was sold as a 2012 model. Do I have a 2011 or 2012 model? I'm trying to post a pic but it wont let me. It is black and red.
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    I was able to post the pic but still need to know if it is a 2011 or 2012?

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    Pretty sure it's a 12 by the color scheme, but as far as I know there were no changes from 11 to 12 so they're functionally identical. Most bike companies work like car companies, the next year model is available some time at the beginning of or in the middle of this year.
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    Thank you.

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    Where the heck did you find a NOS S Works Epic? I would shred the be-JEEZ-us out of that beastie!
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