The Specialized Hardrock Sport Disc is specifically designed to handle all terrain. Specialized stresses on utility and durability on this bike. Read on to find out if the Specialized Hardrock Sport Disc is best to suit your missionary riding needs.
Frame: A1 Premium Aluminum, disc only, double butted TT, ORE DT, externally relieved head tube, reinforced disc mount, forged dropouts w/ replaceable 98954020 hanger
Crank: Truvativ ISO Flow 3.0 for Power Spline, replaceable rings
Saddle: Specialized Body Geometry, ATB
Handlebars: Alloy 25.4mm, 38mm rise, 620mm wide, 8 degree back, 6 degree up sweep, 3.2mm thick
Brakes: Shimano 415, mechanical disc, 6″ Center Lock rotors
- Strong, heavy duty frame
- Handles well on road and off road
- Stylish design
What Else To Know:
- Comes in Black Distressed, Burnt Orange Stripe, Metallic Silver Distressed color schemes
- Specialized offers lifetime warranty against manufacture defects on all its bikes
- Free standard shipping for orders $150 or more (U.S. only excluding Alaska, Hawaii, APOs/FPOs)
- Stock pedals and fork needs upgrade for serious riding
- Poor ground clearance
Competitively priced and handles great on any terrain. One thing to take note of though, the stock fork is probably the least popular component of the bike. You will probably want to upgrade it soon. But other than that, the Specialized Hardrock Sport Disc is an ok all terrain bike.
Where to Buy at a Discount?
Currently priced at $500 on manufacturer’s website, check out their dealer locator to find out where to shop for the Specialized Hardrock Sport Disc.
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