Review: 2013 Specialized Camber

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  • PROEDGEBIKER.COM says:

    very cool

  • pimpbot says:

    You keep riding like that, you’ll get bugs in your mouth.

  • wwp220 says:

    No through axle up front? No sale.

  • madsedan says:

    I have loved the 2011 Camber expert I’ve been on since last Summer, I am sad to see they aren’t offering the bike in 26″ anymore. The bike is so perfect for where and how I ride though that I’ll have to test ride one of the new 29er models to see if its worth selling the current bike for.

  • Pringle says:

    So even the high-end models don’t have 15mm thru-axle up front? or just the low-budget alloy version? I could see that for a 110mm travel 26′er but it’s surprising on a 29′er. Then again, people rode 29er’s for years before 15mm TA existed…

  • Francis says:

    Pringle, Specialized has a beefed up front skewer that has big flat axle cups that sit against the fork. Also, they use a bigger skewer that is turned to tighten for extra torque and clamping force.

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