|518642||BLACK LG 29||Out of stock||£849.00|
|518734||BLACK MED 27.5||Out of stock||£849.00|
|518635||BLACK MED 29||Out of stock||£849.00|
|518727||BLACK SM 27.5||Out of stock||£849.00|
|518659||BLACK XL 29||Out of stock||£849.00|
|518710||BLACK XS 27.5||Out of stock||£849.00|
|518666||BLACK XXL 29||Out of stock||£849.00|
|518680||RED LG 29||Out of stock||£849.00|
|518765||RED MED 27.5||Out of stock||£849.00|
|518673||RED MED 29||Out of stock||£849.00|
|518758||RED SM 27.5||Out of stock||£849.00|
|518697||RED XL 29||Out of stock||£849.00|
|518741||RED XS 27.5||Out of stock||£849.00|
|518703||RED XXL 29||Out of stock||£849.00|
2021 Specialized ROCKHOPPER ELITE
Yep, we just re-read the spec sheet and still can't believe it either. The Rockhopper Elite is one helluva lot of bike.
Air-sprung fork? Let me introduce you to your new friend, Judy. Discerning when it comes to your drivetrain? You'll find no fault—and no grade too steep—with a wide-range Shimano Deore 1x10 drivetrain. Why stop there? We didn't, in order to allow you the pleasure of stopping yourself with Shimano's eager-to-please and oh-so-capable MT200 hydraulic disc brakes.
Each is impressive in their own right, but the magic really lies in how they all come together into a Rockhopper that serves up singletrack with a nice big side of ' Whoah, so that's what a real bike feels like.'