Specialized introduces the Camber, a 120mm travel trail bike that also comes in a 29er model with 100mm travel fork. It has hydroformed M4 alloy frames and an integrated headset. The 2011 Camber is ideal for the minimalist in its simplicity yet functional design.
The 2011 Specialized Camber Elite does not have the Brain shock technology as part of its design. It is also quite similar in geometry with the Specialized Stumpjumper line. They differ on the wheelbase which is a bit longer.
The Camber Pro models have SRAM 2×10 crankset with Shimano XTR 10-speed derailleur. The lower end models will have 3×10 crankset. The Camber models also have pivot locations formed in tubes instead of welded separately.
The 2011 Specialized Camber models will be priced in between range of cheaper Stumpjumper FSR yet the high end models will be more expensive than the Stumpjumper entry models.