Specialized's P.26 is at home in the air, on the landings, and on the pump track. Its Reynolds 520 chromoly steel frame is tough. Tough enough to take more than a few cased jumps, so feel free to send it. Up front there's a Manitou Circus fork that smooths out the hits. The P-Series tubular chromoly crank, 48-spline sprocket, and Mid bottom bracket give you the power to grab a crank or two going into the big set. Big hits, rollers, or on a slopestyle course, the P.26 features burly, double-wall, 32mm-wide rims with Specialized's own Rhythm tires that are tough, yet maintain speed. It all comes to a stop with Tektro mechanical disc brakes, while Specialized's P-Series components ensure you have everything you need for all-day sessions.
|Frame||Double-butted Reynolds 520 Cr-Mo, singlespeed-specific, integrated headset, MID BB shell, hydroformed chainstays, 3D forged horizontal dropouts w/ intl. std. disc mount|
|Fork||Manitou Circus Sport, coil spring, 80mm travel, hydraulic damping, preload adjust, 1-1/8" steel steerer, 32mm steel stanchions, 9mm axle dropouts|
|Tires||Front: Specialized Rhythm Lite Sport, 26x2.3; Rear: Specialized Compound Sport, 26x2.2|
|Brake Levers||Tektro Aries, mechanical disc|
|Brakes||Tektro Aries mechanical disc, 160/140mm rotors|
|Pedals||Specialized P.Series Dirt|
|Seat Post||Specialized, aluminum|
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street and park is my main use of the bike from jumping a set of steps to hitting a back flip on a stake park the bike handles very well and has not gave me any prob's