Lapierre Spicy 527 - 2015

Lapierre Spicy 527
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$4,500.00
Color
Black
Size
Small
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Ride into a world of all-mountain capability on Lapierre's Spicy 527. Its lightweight aluminum frame gives you 160mm of trail-smoothing travel with a RockShox Pike up front and 150mm from a Fox Float out back. Get rowdy with speed thanks to a slick-shifting Shimano SLX drivetrain with Race Face cranks that give you a wide range of gears for all conditions, and haul it back down with Shimano XT brakes. This nimble trail beast slices through singletrack and steamrolls boulders and roots thanks to Mavic 27.5-inch wheels. It's topped off with Michelin tires, Race Face components, and a RockShox Reverb Stealth dropper post for when the trail drops and it's time to get Spicy.

Specs

Frame Aluminum Supreme 6, 150mm-travel
Fork RockShox Pike RC, 160mm-travel
Rear Shock Fox Float CTD BV Performance
Rims/Wheels Mavic EN423
Hubs Formula
Spokes Stainless-steel
Tires Michelin Wild Rock'r (Front/Rear) Magi-X/Gum-X, 27.5 x 2.35
Crankset Race Face Turbine
Chainrings 36/22 w/Guard
Front Derailleur Shimano SLX
Rear Derailleur Shimano XT Shadow Plus
Rear Cogs SRAM PG-1030, 10-speed: 11-36
Shifters Shimano SLX
Handlebars FUNN Lapierre Nico Vouilloz Signature, 740mm-wide
Stem FUNN Lapierre Nico Vouilloz Signature
Brake Levers Shimano XT
Brakes Shimano XT, 200/180mm rotors
Saddle SDG Duster LP
Seatpost RockShox Reverb Stealth, 125mm-travel

Part Numbers

Option UPC MPN
Black / Small 791964459408 05-15-2060

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Pros

  • Descending 
  • Traction 
  • Climbing 
  • Handling 

Cons

  • Heavy 

Best Uses

  • Jack of all trades 

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Pros

  • Descending
  • Traction
  • Climbing
  • Handling

Cons

  • Heavy

Best Uses

  • Jack of all trades

Comments:

This is my Second full suspension mountain bike. My previous bike was a Trek EX5. The electronic Suspension is miles a head of the Full float system Trek has. Along with the 5050 pedals this bike has the best handling I've seen and ridden. You can climb hills comfortably without shifting to the lowest possible gear setting. The two accelerometers adjust to the nuture frequency to and reacts to said vibration by placing the correct amount of damping. Beautiful bike worth the $5300.

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