PRLog - Jun. 9, 2012 - PALOS VERDES PENINSULA, Calif. -- Those of you who have been shopping for a high-end full-suspension 29er mountain bike know that the supply of such bikes, particularly the Specialized Epics and Stumpjumpers, has been extremely limited this year. The American public seems to be in love with bicycles right now. Maybe they are looking for fun things to do close to home. Maybe the folks are just trying to save on gas. But whatever the case may be, consumers are flocking to enthusiast oriented bike shops and stepping up to top of the line bikes.
2013 Specialized Stumpjumper FSR Comp 29 and Comp Carbon 29
Steve Bowen is the owner of a Specialized Concept Bicycle Store that his customers call the "Nordstroms of bike shops" because of the amazing high tech interior design. He reports that: "Specialized Bicycle Company is releasing a limited quantity of 2013 Stumpjumper and Epic 29er mountain bikes early. The release will include both the alloy comp and carbon comp models. It is truly unprecedented for Specialized to offer the next model year before Summer even starts."
Bowen stresses that the limited release will be on a first come, first served basis. "Don't wait! A few bikes will be available in the next few weeks to those who place pre-orders. You can call the shop now for pricing and specs. For driving directions visit the company website at http://www.PVBike.com. The store is located just three scenic miles from the intersection of PCH and Hawthorne Blvd.