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Was searching for some info on my bike but couldn't find it so hopefully someone can point me in the right direction.
I have a stock 2000 Rockhopper A1 FS 17inch bike and was wondering what the weight of it was as I have no actual means to weigh it myself. I notice the listings here are for frames and parts not whole bikes ( unless I am blind or dumb and missed it ).
Any help would be appreciated and also what would be the best parts to start upgrading on this bike ? I ride mostly off road trails if this helps.
I can list the full specs on the bike if this helps in any way.
Frame Material Aluminum
Hubs Front: Specialized alloy,
Rear: Specialized Megaphone Comp
Rims Weinmann Zac 19 Suspension Front Suspension Tires 26 x 1.90" Weight Rear: 26 x 1.90" Specialized Team Master Year Unspecified Brakes Brake Levers Tektro Brakeset Tektro B24 V brakes, Tektro levers Front Brake Tektro B24 V Front Brake Lever Tektro Rear Brake Tektro B24 V Rear Brake Lever Tektro Components
Bottom Bracket Tange Seiki Comp Bottom Bracket Shell Width Unspecified Bottom Bracket Spindle Length Unspecified Chain Shimano, 1/2 x 3/32" Chain Size 1/2 x 3/32" Chainrings 22/32/44 Crankset Specialized Forearm Expert, 22/32/44 teeth
Front Derailleur Shimano Deore, bottom-pull/clamp-on 35.0mm Front Derailleur Type bottom-pull/clamp-on 35.0mm
Handlebar Specialized alloy Handlebar Extensions Not included Handlebar Stem Specialized alloy Head Tube Angle 71.0
Headset 1 1/8" threadless Tange TG Aheadset Headset Diameter 1 1/8" threadless
Largest Rear Cog 32 Number of Rear Cogs 9-speed Pedals resin w/clips & straps Rear Cogs 9-speed, 11 - 32 teeth Rear Derailleur Shimano Deore Saddle Specialized Rockhopper Seat Post Diameter 30.9mm Seat Tube Angle 73.0 Seatpost Specialized alloy, 30.9mm diameter
Shift Levers Shimano Deore Rapidfire Plus Smallest Rear Cog 11 Fork and Suspension Fork Crown triple-clamp Fork Material aluminum/magnesium, triple-clamp crown Fork Travel 3.0" travel Frame Frame Angles 71.0 head, 73.0 seat Frame Construction TIG-welded Frame Tubing Material Specialized A1 aluminum Geometry Chainstay Length 43.0cm Fork Rake 4.20cm Top Tube Length Front: 26 x 2.00" Specialized Team Control Wheelbase 57.5cm Wheels and Hubs Front Hub Specialized alloy Front Rim Weinmann Zac 19 Front Tire 599.99 Front Tire Size Specialized Team Master Rear Hub Specialized Megaphone Comp Rear Rim Weinmann Zac 19 Rear Tire Specialized Team Control Rear Tire Size 26 x 2.00" Spoke Brand Specialized stainless steel Spoke Gauge 1.8mm straight gauge Spoke Holes 1.8mm Spoke Material 32-hole Spoke Nipples stainless steel Spoke Type brass nipples
Those are the specs. Sorry if it is hard to read as I had to cut/paste.
As far as a budget I would say under 500 ( canadian )for upgrading it. I know rims are expensive for good ones so I would say exclude them in any upgrade reccommendations as I can suffer another year with the current ones. Bike is in mint condition as I have barely rode it last two years. Just had it tuned and rims trued so am ready to ride. I am kind of a noob when it comes to upgrading mountain bikes and have been riding my racer bike more often these last two years. I know upgrade to the Deore Xt drivetrain and better forks is a good start... after that ....clueless.
EDIT Specialized got back to me on the weight of bike. According to them it is 28.121lbs.
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