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Shop certified pre-owned used & new Specialized Enduro mountain bikes for sale at TPC - The Pro's Closet. Find reviews, specs, weight info, and prices on various models (Elite, S-Works) and popular years (2020, 2021, etc).


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The Specialized Enduro offers an unbeatable balance of capable pedaling and conquering rough terrain at wicked-fast speed. For over 20 years, it’s been part of the Specialized lineup, and the latest model comes with increased travel, 29" wheels, and a re-designed FSR suspension system based on the popular Demo DH bike. Long, low, and slack geometry creates a confident ride that stays planted with plenty of poise at high speeds. The 2022 Specialized Enduro's 170mm of travel asks for big hits and rowdy descents, built to take on the toughest race stages. 

Riders who yearn for a large amount of travel to handle big hits and rugged terrain need not look further than the Specialized Enduro. Its intelligent long, low, and slack geometry ensures confidence, stability, and poise at breakneck speeds — a crucial factor for those looking to edge out the competition or simply dominate their local trails.

2023 Specialized Enduro - Specs, Price, Weight

Specialized Enduro Comp

Price: $5,500Cassette: SRAM XG-1275 (10-52t) 12spd
Frame: FACT 11m Carbon 170mm TravelRear Derailleur: SRAM GX Eagle
Fork: RockShox Zeb Select, Charger RC, 170mm TravelWheelset: Specialized 29, Tubeless, 30mm
Rear Shock: RockShox Super Deluxe Coil Select (205x60)Max Tire Size: 29x2.6"
Brakes: SRAM Code RS, 4-Piston HydraulicSeatpost: X-Fusion Manic 34.9mm (150/170mm)
Shifters: SRAM GX TriggerHandlebar: Specialized Alloy 780mm
Crankset: SRAM X1 6K Eagle (32t) 170mmWeight: 32 lbs (S3)

Witnessing the evolution across models, including the Comp, Expert, and the prestigious Enduro S-Works, one thing has remained constant — Specialized's drive to craft an unbeatable enduro bike that isn't just about speed, but also about enduring repeated thrills and challenges with grit.


With Twenty years under its belt, previous models include 26, 27.5, and 29er 160mm travel options in aluminum and carbon with air and coil shock possibilities. Current models include the Comp, Expert, and Enduro S-Works. For an enduro bike that aspires to be the fastest while smashing through repeated hits, bumps, and everything you can throw at it, look to the Enduro.

2023 Specialized Enduro Review - A TPC Quick-Take

The Specialized Enduro has long been considered one of the benchmark enduro bikes on the market and for good reason. This long-travel 29er has been a consistent performer since its introduction, with each generation building upon the strengths of the previous model. The current iteration of the Enduro continues this trend, offering a highly capable and well-rounded package that should appeal to a wide range of enduro and all-mountain riders.


  • The Enduro's standout feature is its suspension performance. Specialized has put a lot of work into the rear suspension design, with a focus on reducing "hang-up" on square-edged hits and improving momentum carry through technical terrain. The bike's rearward axle path and progressive leverage curve help it soak up big impacts while maintaining excellent pedaling efficiency. 
  • In addition to its impressive suspension, the Enduro excels in the geometry and handling department. The bike's long, low, and slack setup provides excellent stability at speed and confidence-inspiring control in steep and technical terrain. The short seat tubes and "style-specific" sizing allow riders to run longer dropper posts for maximum descending capability.
  • Other notable features include the integrated SWAT storage in the downtube, the massive chainstay protector, and the convenient integrated tool in the headtube. These small details help to round out the Enduro's well-thought-out design.


  • While the Enduro is undoubtedly a capable and versatile machine, the bike's large size and weight can also make it feel unwieldy on tighter, more technical trails.
  • Also, the Enduro's high-end price tag may be a deterrent for some riders. The Expert retails for over $7k, putting it firmly in the premium category.

Bottom Line

The Specialized Enduro is an icon, and the latest iterations continue to uphold the model's reputation for excellence. With its impressive suspension performance, confident and capable handling, and well-thought-out features, the Specialized Enduro is a bike that can handle anything you throw at it. While it may not be the lightest or most nimble option out there, its sheer capability and versatility make it a top choice for enduro and all-mountain riders who demand the best.

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