Today, the all-new Enduro does it all, from steep, root-laden climbs to white-knuckle descents, taking it all in stride. Specialized added new lower bottom bracket heights, slacker head angles, and some of the shortest chainstays in the industry. Add it up, and this combination gives the bikes a signature handling characteristic that pushes the envelope of what we thought was achievable. And by combining this with refined travel lengths, the Enduro becomes a true trail destroyer.
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PINK BIKE: FIRST RIDE
Rumors about the new Specialized Enduro have been swirling about the internet for months, fueled in part by the emergence of a what looked like a photo of a bike based on the same radical one-sided design found on the Demo 8 DH bike.
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An authentic legend, the Specialized Enduro hasn’t just lent its name to the discipline but also majorly influenced the direction of trail riding. After the first Enduro 29 was launched three and half years ago, the American brand have now announced the latest incarnation of the bike. So has this model upheld or even introduced new standards?