We are teaming up with the The Cycle Show, and Body Geometry Fit by Specialized, to offer the chance to win a great trail-shredding Specialized Camber Comp Evo 29 bike worth £2,250!
The Cycle Show is the UK’s number 1 cycling exhibition, held each year at the NEC in Birmingham. Featuring products from over 250 exhibitors and attracting an audience in excess of 25,000 people, the show is a must-visit event on the calendar of cycling enthusiasts.
Utilising Specialized’s tried and tested M5 alloy frame, custom SRAM S-1250 10-speed XC Trail double crankset and 120mm of travel through custom RockShox Reba RC3 forks, the Camber Comp Evo is one of the most controllable and fun mountain bikes available, proving that you don’t have to go carbon to go big on the trails.
The bike comes equipped with Shimano Deore brakes and SRAM X7 and X9 gearing, providing pinpoint control and accurate shifting, and quality Roval rims for a secure and reliable ride.
The prize bike comes in the 29er wheel size.Here are the main features of the bike:
- M5 alloy FSR frame w/ 29er EVO geometry
- 120mm of travel
- Custom FOX Float CTD Evolution Series shock with AUTOSAG
- Custom RockShox Reba RC3 120mm-travel fork with 15mm thru-axle
- Roval 29 rims with Hi Lo hubs and wide profile
- Aggressive tread and lightweight Specialized Butcher Control/Ground Control tyre combo
- Custom SRAM PF30 crankset
- Shimano Deore hydraulic disc brakes
- SRAM X9 Type 2, 10-speed, mid-cage rear derailleur
- Specialized alloy seatpost
To enter the competition, just answer the following question…
This competition will close on Wed 24 September 2014 whereby one lucky winner will be chosen!About The Cycle Show:
This year’s show opens its doors between 26th – 28th September 2014, and Bike Magic readers able to purchase tickets in advance for just £11.50 each. Simply go online and use promo code BMG.
Body Geometry Fit is the most comprehensive system for connecting bike and rider in perfect harmony, aiming to maximise power, endurance and comfort by customising the bike and equipment at the three contact points on a bike.