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Status I
£1800

Status I

The 200mm Status I park bike features FSR suspension, plus a custom X-Fusion Vector R shock and 180mm-travel X-Fusion Vengeance fork.


  • M4 alloy, 200mm-travel FSR frame with 1.5″ head tube, full-cartridge bearing pivots and ISCG mounts makes the Status ready to handled the most technical descents
  • Alex P-Disc rim is 32mm-wide and lace to Specialized Hi Lo disc hubs with 36 stainless spokes to a 20mm thru-axle in the front, robust to handle technical downhill terrain
  • Specialized Butcher SX 2.3″ tyres feature soft-compound rubber for premium traction in all conditions
  • Custom X-Fusion Vector R coil rear shock with adjustable rebound works with the bike’s FSR design to keep the rear wheel planted for aggressive riding
  • X-Fusion 170mm-travel coil-sprung fork with adjustable rebound and 20mm thru-axle for pinpoint steering and control
  • Bombproof and easily serviceable Truvativ Howitzer XR BB can handle serious punishment
  • The 750mm-wide Specialized DH low-rise handlebar is mega wide to control the toughest conditions
  • Avid Elixir 1 hydraulic disc brakes with tool-less reach adjust and metallic pads keeps speed in check.

FRAME M4 hydroformed tubing, 1.5″ forged HT, ISCG mounts, 135mm rear spacing, full- cartridge bearing pivots, 200mm travel
REAR SHOCK Custom X-Fusion Vector R, coil over w/piggy back, adj. rebound, Spring rate S: 400, M: 450, L: 500 8.5×2.5″
FORK X-Fusion Vengeance, coil spring, tapered alloy steerer, reb adj., 20mm thru-axle, 170mm travel
HEADSET Semi-integrated alloy cups for 1.5″ HT and 1-1/8″ steerer, cartridge bearings
STEM Specialized DH, forged, 35mm length, 4-bolt, 31.8mm
HANDLEBARS Specialized DH low-rise bar, 6061 alloy, 750mm wide, 8º backsweep, 6º upsweep, 31.8mm
GRIPS Specialized lock-on, S/M: Grappler, Others: Grappler XL
FRONT BRAKE Avid Elixir 1, hydraulic disc, tool-less reach adj., metallic pad, HS-1 rotor, 200mm rotor
REAR BRAKE Avid Elixir 1, hydraulic disc, tool-less reach adj., metallic pad, HS-1 rotor, 180mm rotor
BRAKE LEVERS Avid Elixir 1 hydraulic
REAR DERAILLEUR SRAM X7, 9-speed, short cage
SHIFT LEVERS SRAM X4, 8-speed, trigger
CASSETTE SRAM PG-830, 8-speed, 11-32t
CHAIN KMC X-8, 8-speed, reusable Missing Link
CRANKSET Truvativ Ruktion, 165mm, w/ Status guide
CHAINRINGS 34T steel
BOTTOM BRACKET Truvativ Howitzer XR, OS outboard bearing, sealed cartridge, 73mm
PEDALS Alloy platform, 9/16″
RIMS P-Disc, 32mm, 36h
FRONT HUB Specialized Hi Lo disc, laser-etched logo, sealed cartridge bearing, 20mm thru-axle, 36h
REAR HUB Specialized Disc, bolt-on 135mm, 36h
SPOKES Stainless, 2.0mm (14g)
FRONT TYRE Specialized Butcher SX, 60 TPI, aramid bead, soft dual-compound, 26×2.3″
REAR TYRE Specialized Butcher SX, 60 TPI, aramid bead, soft dual-compound, 26×2.3″
INNER TUBES Schrader valve 26×2.4/2.75, 1.2mm thick
SADDLE Specialized DH, 8mm steel rails
SEATPOST 6061 alloy, two bolt micro adjust, no offset, 30.9mm, 300mm
SEAT BINDER 34.9mm clamp ID, alloy collar w/ QR, black
NOTES Protective clear coat, derailleur hanger, reflectors, owners manual
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WHY STATUS?

These aspiring DH riders need a bike that balances big-travel capability with confident positioning. They love to attack downhill tracks with abandon, looking to tame the steepest descents and gnarliest terrain. Whether just shredding resort downhill parks or jumping into an occasional race, they want high-end technology and spec, with a reasonable price tag.


WHAT:
All new, lightweight, M4 alloy frame with 135mm rear end, 1.5” head tube, and ISCG tabs.

WHY:
To offer a super strong and light, high-value DH frame that boasts great compatibility through features like high-quality chain guides and standard-size rear hubs for easy replacement/upgrade.

HOW:
Taking notes from the Monster team on geometry we were able to dial this geo for DH racing with a slack, low-centre-of-gravity profile. Combining that with a best bang-for-the-buck approach, we can spec this bike with race-ready, industry-standard components so riders can keep it stock or personalize it for their style with ease.


WHAT:
The strongest and lightest components available, expressly designed for the DH experience.

WHY:
Makes the Status as strong and light as possible, without sacrificing value or compatibility with industry-standard interfaces (so aftermarket components will still fit). Helps riders maximize attainable speeds, while considerably reducing risk.

HOW:
Working closely with the Monster Energy team and various manufacturers allows us to dial the spec to work in perfect concert with the Demo platform. We test the components at every stage of development and make adjustments to elicit customized performance from the custom-tuned suspension, wheels, crankset, etc.


WHAT:
FSR suspension with four bar linkage tuned for downhill racing.

WHY:
This setup provides race-ready suspension performance for the sick speeds and obstacles these riders face, while keeping the cost down.

HOW:
The linkage is set up to handle large, high-speed hits with a smooth linear feel. It was designed by the “Czar of FSR” Jason Chamberlain—who has more experience working with DH suspension than anyone in the world—to meet the demands of the sports most demanding downhill terrain.

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Specifications subject to change without notice.

London

Shorter Rochford

65-67 Woodhouse Road

Finchley

London

N12 9ET

020 8445 9182

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