I had an asymmetric snowboard back in the day. It was pretty much the worst board ever, that fact that you wore hardboots on it, well that was just the pits. This new carbon Demo from Specialized though looks like it’s gone somewhat in the other direction with its funky asymmetrical seat stays amd couldn’t be further from my old Burton PJ. Specialized have gone and produced a bike that actually embraces carbon and what it can achieve.


Just think how rad this bike would look with a Lefty up front!


2015 S-Works Demo Carbon Highlights and Geometry

650b wheels
200mm travel
Full carbon frame
Custom tuned Öhlins TTX22M rear shock
Asymmetric design
Internal cable and brake routing
Press-fit bottom bracket
Molded chainstay, seat stay, and downtube guards
Sizes Medium, Long, and X-Long
Adjustable geometry
63.5 or 64.3-degree headtube angle
76 or 76.8-degree seat tube angle (effective)
393, 417, 417mm seat tube length (M, L, XL)
430mm chainstay length
347 or 357mm bottom bracket height
1207, 1228, 1235mm wheelbase (M, L, XL)
573, 594, 612mm top tube (horizontal – M, L, XL)
419, 439, 456mm reach (M, L, XL)
12x135mm rear axle

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