The Radio Griffin AM is the slightly more affordable younger brother of the Griffin Pro. Ready for the dirt jumps to right out of the box. Geometry-wise this is essentially the same as the Pro. Featuring a Manitou Circus Sport 100mm fork to absorb the bumps and Tektro and SRAM disc brakes to slow your roll. - The frame is constructed of Chromoly down tube, top tube, seat tube, BB & head tube, 1020 Hi-ten, integrated seat clamp, double gusset - Manitou Circus Sport 100mm travel fork - SRAM Level hydraulic disc brake rear, Tektro Novela Disc front - Radio Griffin alloy hydroformed bars - Radio Rookie 170mm cranks
If you find yourself jonesing for your next dirt jump session, the Fiend would be a great ride. With a Chromoly downtube, hi-ten frame, and Kenda Small Block 8 tires you'll get a smooth, supple ride. - 1020 Hi-Ten steel frame with Chromoly down tube - RST Dirt RA 100mm travel fork - Radio Rookie Bolt 170mm cranks - Radio Fiend alloy hydroformed bars - 15" chainstay length
Specialized's P.3 has an enviable lineage. It has been, and still is, ridden by some of the best slopestyle, freeride, and progressive athletes in the game. The P.3 delivers a proven ride that doesn't shy away from the big lines. The butted aluminum frame is tough. Tough enough to take more than a few cased jumps and the progression of learning new tricks. Up front there's a Manitou Circus Expert fork that smooths out overshot trannies, as well as bumpy run-ins. The Truvativ Descendent crank and Pressfit bottom bracket give you the power to carve your way in and out of the big set. And it skims the ground on burly, double-wall, 32mm-wide rims with Specialized's own Renegade Slopestyle tires. If you need to scrub some speed, Hayes Radar hydraulic discs are on board, and Specialized's P-Series components ensure that nothing's holding you back on your way to living up to this bike's lineage.
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