Men's S-Works Epic XTR Di2
Men's S-Works Epic XX1 Eagle
The All-New Epic The All-New Epic We could’ve merely added one new piece of technology to the Epic and called it a day, but we adhere to the old “the whole is greater than the sum of its parts” idea. So, instead, we threw everything we had at the all-new Epic, and made it the fastest XC bike you’ve ever ridden. S-Works Epic FSR Di2
Cape Epic Dust to Dust Once you’ve ridden the world’s toughest mountain bike stage race, whether you’re a raw first-timer or a multiple champion, it’s impossible to walk away. S-Works Epic FSR World Cup
This is Going to be Epic This is Going to be Epic XC racing doesn't begin at the start line on race day. It starts in the cold, early morning hours, when you're the only one up, fussing with your kit under the glow of a smartphone screen. It starts with putting in winter base miles when you'd rather be curled up with a book. It starts with the sacrifice you embark upon in November when you commit to crushing it next season. Epic FSR Expert Carbon World Cup
Brain Technology Brain Technology Brain suspension technology was developed to deliver the utmost in efficiency on the trail. Whether it's at the front or rear of a bike's suspension, it's able to differentiate between rider input and trail bumps, ensuring that your pedaling forces aren't being wasted in compressing the suspension. Epic FSR Comp Carbon World Cup
The Point of Qualifying The Point of Qualifying To qualify for an XC World Cup is a dream. For Specialized employee, Alex Wild, that dream became reality this season. We sat down with Alex to walk through the process leading up to qualifying, and get his thoughts on his upcoming World Cup debut at Mont-Sainte-Anne.