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Old 09-12-02, 02:52 PM   #1
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RockhopperComp or RM-Elevation?

Hi crew again.


sorry for asking again. I am on a dilemma. To choose Specialized Rockhopper A1 Comp Disc or Rocky Mountain Elevation.
I like the specialized because of the disc equipment (julies) and because of the finishing on the frame...decals coated....the rocky mountain has easton tubes (does this make a big deal?) an MX80 fork and raceface cranks...can someone enlighten me a bit on this shootout on every aspect? I want a stiff bombproof upgradeworthy frame but without it being stripped off components. Both bikes are 750 sterlings here at the UK.

thanks!!!!
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opinions on specialized.
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Old 09-12-02, 05:52 PM   #3
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yes yes ...i have posted this thread...but then again...the frames look the same to me ... also i would love to know of the frame weight on the rockhopper comp...
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