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Specialized Pitch Sport 650b
$700.00
Enjoy a whole new experience on the trail with Specialized’s Pitch Sport 650b. Its lightweight aluminum frame has a balanced geometry that is perfectly matched to 650b wheels for a ride that is lively on climbs and dialed on descents. An SR Suntour suspension fork soaks up the bumps, so flowy or rocky, you'll float down the trail. The 24-speed drivetrain delivers the right gear for every hill, and Shimano hydraulic-disc brakes keep your speed in-check in all conditions. And to round it out, Specialized outfits the Pitch with Body Geometry components for a fit that feels just right.
Cannondale Catalyst 4
$415.00
Incite a cycling reaction with help from Cannondale's Catalyst 4. A strong, lightweight butted aluminum frame creates precise handling and a nimble ride that eats up trails and bike lanes equally well. 27.5-inch aluminum Alex rims roll quickly and smoothly atop Innova tires. The Shimano drivetrain provides 21 smooth-shifting speeds to conquer flats and hills, and Jak-7 mechanical disc brakes bring things to a stop right when you need them. Sturdy-yet-lightweight handlebars, stem, and saddle from Cannondale are everyday reliable for your jump-start into cycling.
Specialized Fatboy Expert Carbon
$6,000.00
Specialized's Fatboy Expert Carbon is a bantamweight in the plus-sized world. By incorporating carbon, they've elevated the fat bike platform to a higher level of performance, strength, and efficiency. This trail-eating champ is built around a svelte FACT 10m Carbon frame and vibration-quieting carbon fork. Tubeless 4-inch wide Ground Control tires are wrapped around lightweight HED Big Deal carbon wheels that provide trail-shredding stability while flying up climbs. While you're eyeing new and offbeat places to roll your Fatboy, you can count on the efficient 11-speed one-by SRAM X01 drivetrain powered by carbon Race Face Next SL cranks to get you there quickly. When it's time to slow it all down and take in the scenery, SRAM Guide R brakes are on the case. Sand? Snow? Mud? The Fatboy is one light fatty that backs it up with ability.
Cannondale Trail 5
$815.00
Tame your local trails with Cannondale's Trail 5. Trail, pavement, dirt, gravel—ride it all with the Trail 5's sturdy aluminum frame and 100mm of plush suspension from the lockout-able Suntour fork. Shimano Altus and Acera drivetrain components are exactly what you need to whip those hills into shape, so shift with confidence and pedal away! With Tektro Auriga disc brakes under your hands you've got control and all-weather stopping power to spare. Dressed up with Cannondale's own high-quality aluminum components, the Trail 5 is ready for your next adventure.
Specialized Fuse Expert 6Fattie
$2,100.00
Every year bikes get lighter, skinnier, and more efficient, giving you less, and less, and less. Specialized took a different approach with the Fuse Expert 6Fattie and gave you more. More traction, more flotation, and more laid-back fun. Rolling on 650B x 3.0-inch tires, the Fuse Expert delivers unprecedented traction and stability so you can shred the loosest, most off-camber and rock-strewn trails you can find. The solid M4 aluminum frame features Specialized's exclusive Diamond Stay technology to accommodate 6Fattie wheels and tires while maintaining the short chainstays that keep a bike playful and fun. The spec is dialed with a RockShox Reba RL fork, Specialized Stout wheels, and a 1 x 11-speed SRAM GX drivetrain with a wide-ranging cassette. There's even a dropper post for maximum control when things get rowdy. Get on a Fuse and find out what you've been missing.
Specialized Demo 8 I
$4,000.00
The biggest, rootiest, and steepest DH courses just got a whole lot easier now that Specialized's Demo 8 I is on the scene. Paired with 650b wheels, its revolutionary M5 asymmetric aluminum frame boasts Specialized's legendary FSR suspension that smooths all trails, while its low center of gravity and low stand-over help you slash corners and rail rowdy sections. Keeping your run pinned are RockShox's World Cup-proven Boxxer RC and Fox's Van RC shock that offer 200mm of perfectly tunable travel to control even the biggest, fastest hits. Add in SRAM's Guide discs and fat Specialized tires for max grip as well as burly Roval wheels for unheard of speeds out on every course. Plus, this downhill monster boasts a quick-shifting SRAM drivetrain with a Gamut chainguide so you'll always have the perfect gear.
Cannondale Fat CAAD 2
$1,999.99
Cannondale's Fat CAAD 2 brings the good times with a SmartFormed aluminum frame for a stiff, responsive ride that's also incredibly lightweight. Cannondale's Fatty-Fat fork is the one of the lightest chubby-specific objects ever to grace such a bike, and it brings knife-sharp handling to boot. Tubeless-ready Sun Ringle rims roll with confidence-swelling strength, and massive Schwalbe 26 x 4.8-inch tires gum to the trail with sticky traction and loads of floatation. SRAM's X5/X7 20-speed drivetrain has gears to spare, and the Guide disc brakes are just what you need to bring the action to a swift, fluid stop. Cannondale supplies their lightweight handlebars, stem, and grips, along with a comfortable WTB saddle to make this a smash-ready bike.
Cannondale F-Si Carbon 2
$4,800.00
You'll absolute fly up and down the trails on Cannondale's F-Si 2. This XC demon sports a super-stiff Ballistec carbon frame, complete with Cannondale's breakthrough Asymmetric Integration rear triangle, delivering super short chainstays, an optimally dished rear wheel, and tons of mud clearance. New-school System geometry redefines XC handling and speed, showcasing agility and handling in switchbacks and rough terrain at all speeds. With a 1.5-inch head tube and Cannondale's Lefty 2.0 fork featuring 100mm of plush suspension travel, keeping your front wheel pinned to your line is easy no matter what the trail throws at you. SRAM's X01 drivetrain gives the F-Si a competitive edge, with a lightweight, intuitive 11-speed setup designed with racing in mind. Magura hydraulic brakes scrub speed cleanly and easily, with responsive, well-modulated power right under your fingertips. Tubeless-ready CZero carbon wheels, Cannondale's own stellar aluminum and carbon components, and a sleek Prologo Zero 2 saddle keep the F-Si Carbon 1 ready to fly.
Cannondale F-Si Carbon 2
$4,599.99
The F-Si Carbon 2 is a hardtail like no other. Designed to let you out-kick them on the climbs and out-rip them on the descents, this ultralight rocket is your ticket to the top of the podium. Equipped with the Lefty fork, you'll out-corner, out-steer, and out-handle the competition, again and again. Get insane traction with super short chainstays, without being limited to 1X set-ups, or sacrificing mud clearance. Cannondale also equips the F-Si with fit-focused wheel diameters, to achieve the best possible fit for all riders. With Shimano XT/XTR shifting, and Magura hydraulic braking, you'll race uphill and carve back down with expert precision. A carbon Cannondale bar, super fast CZero carbon rims, and tacky Schwalbe Racing Ralph tires create a slick, race-ready hardtail package that's undeniable and distinctive both on the trail and off.
Surly Krampus
$1,550.00
Surly's Krampus rolls fast, holds speed, and devours corners. Surly built its Boosted frame and fork out of tapered and butted chromoly and gave the frame a long top tube and short chainstays, so it's playful, smooth, versatile, and durable. The 29 x 3-inch Dirt Wizard tires on 40mm Alex rims take your trail ride to new heights of fun. These big tires offer increased traction, incredible float, and reduce the need for suspension because the large volume is plenty to smooth the trail. You'll also get a SRAM NX 1x drivetrain, Answer Pro Taper bars, and SRAM Level hydraulic brakes to make you the new master of terrain that used to be out of bounds.
Cannondale Fat CAAD 2
$1,899.99
Looking for a fatbike without all the fat? Lightweight construction and nimble OutFront geometry make the FAT CAAD so agile and quick you’ll want to ride it all year long. Cannondale's Fatty-Fat fork is the one of the lightest chubby-specific objects ever to grace such a bike, and it delivers knife-sharp handling. Tubeless-ready Sun Ringle rims roll with confidence-swelling strength, and massive Kenda 26 x 4.8-inch tires gum to the trail with sticky traction and loads of flotation. Shimano and Sunrace make the spec on an 11-speed drivetrain with gear range to spare, and the Guide disc brakes are just what you need to bring the action to a swift, fluid stop. Cannondale supplies their lightweight handlebars, stem, and grips, along with a comfortable Fabric Scoop saddle to put you in tight command of this rotund rig.
Cannondale F-Si Carbon 2
$4,999.99
Cannondale's best XC hardtail just got better. If going really, really fast on dirt in lycra is your cup o' tea, nothing lets you top 'em on the climbs and drop 'em on the descents like the F-Si. The F-Si Carbon 2 features Cannondale's BallisTec Carbon frame with stiffness-enhancing Si offset. The Lefty Ocho fork features no-bind needle bearings and extreme stiffness for pinpoint steering, now with a single crown design. Hollowgram 23 superlight high-impact carbon rims keep this rig at fighting weight, while the Schwalbe Racing Ray tires fly over hardpack and dig into sketchy corners. SRAM's X01 drivetrain serves up 12 wide-ranging speeds, and gets it power through a carbon TruVativ crankset, resulting in efficient power transfer and crisp, precise shifting to give you the advantage on every part of the course. Shimano XT brakes provide ruthless and reliable braking power when you need it, so you can carry more speed and brake at the last possible second. Cannondale's carbon seatpost and handlebar, paired with a titanium-railed Fabric Scoop saddle, keep you in control while adding almost no weight, ensuring that your race rig is sleek, lean, and ready to win.
Specialized Enduro Comp 29 6Fattie
$3,200.00
Who says that carbon should have all the fun? Not Specialized. Their Enduro Comp flies in the face of this sentiment with a ground-up redesign that'll have you saying "woah," like Keanu all over the trail. They gave it a whole new geometry, with a slacker front end, a longer top tube, short chainstays, and a lower bottom bracket. All of this together makes the bike truly feel glued to the ground, and the platform is more responsive and capable then ever. Specialized even made "old" new again by making a triumphant return to a threaded bottom bracket. To make the Enduro capable of standing up to any trail, the frame is constructed with the legendary X-Wing layout and M5 alloy. And to ensure top-level performance on the descents, this material choice is greeted by 160mm of plush travel at the front and 165mm in the rear. And handling suspension duties out back is the RockShox Monarch Plus, with a Specialized Rx Trail Tune. They even made this 29er compatible with the 6Fattie wheel system, so you'll always be ready for the trail ahead. SRAM's 11-speed GX rear derailleur serves up powerful and precise one-by shifting, so you can say goodbye to dropped chains and unnecessary grams. For the rest of the build, this Enduro is packed with drool-worthy gear, like powerful Guide R brakes with S4 calipers, stupid-fast 29-inch Roval wheels, and a RockShox Yari fork.
Cannondale F-Si Carbon Black Inc.
$11,190.00
Cannondale's F-Si Carbon Black Inc. is a true sleeper, with the high-power heart of an XC monster beating beneath that understated, stealthy black paint. The HI-MOD Ballistec carbon frame features Cannondale's breakthrough Asymmetric Integration rear triangle and drivetrain, delivering super short chainstays, an optimally dished rear wheel, and tons of mud clearance. With a 1.5-inch head tube and Cannondale's 100mm-travel Lefty 2.0 Carbon fork, keeping your front wheel pinned to your line is easy no matter what the trail throws at you. This cross country rocket's unheralded performance continues with Shimano's XTR Di2 electronic drivetrain, a 22-speed setup that offers unbelievably fast, push-button shifting. Matched to Cannondale's own Hollowgram SiSL2 crank, the competition will have no idea how you got so fast. And, total control is at your command with Shimano's XTR Race brakes. This epitome of XC continues with only the best: ENVE tubeless-ready carbon rims, Cannondale Lefty and Chris King hubs, and a selection of ENVE's finest cockpit components. It might look like a sleeper, don't worry though, your XC domination will do the talking.
Cannondale Trail 3
$1,080.00
If "fast" and "fun" were baskets, you wouldn't want to put all of your eggs into either, right? Cannondale's Trail 3 understands you've got to be a jack-of-all-bikes. Is it fast? Yes. Is it fun? Oh boy, it is indeed. 27 speeds courtesy of the Alivio/Deore drivetrain carry you uphill and down with crisp shifts and a wide range of gears. Aluminum 27.5-inchs Alex rims are the bicycle equivalent to rolling on dubs, and WTB BeeLine tires supply all the traction and durability you could ever ask for. Braking, you ask? Why yes, the Shimano hydraulic discs do have superb stopping power and modulation! Cannondale supplies the bar and stem for a tight-handling front end and a comfortable riding position.
Specialized Hardrock 650b
$440.00
Specialized takes entry level to the next level with the Hardrock 650b. Crafted from their A1 Premium aluminum, the frame is light, durable and nimble, while the SR Suntour fork serves up 75mm of bump-busting travel. Its tough 650b aluminum rims are ready for years of commuting and singletrack riding, and the Shimano 21-speed drivetrain makes hills doable. Plus, the Hardrock comes with powerful linear-pull brakes and a suite of low-maintenance Specialized components, including a supportive Body Geometry saddle.
Specialized Stumpjumper FSR Comp 6Fattie
$3,000.00
Specialized's FSR Comp 6Fattie rips corners, rolls over anything, and devours trails. Rolling on beefy Specialized 650B x 3.0-inch tires that are mounted to 29mm-wide rims, you'll experience a higher level of traction and control. But it's not just about fat tires. An M5 aluminum frame, dialed geometry, and 135mm of travel make this Stumpy an absolute riot to ride. The Comp packs a 150mm-travel RockShox Revelation RL fork, reliable SRAM hydraulic brakes and an efficient SRAM 1 x 11-speed drivetrain. Complete with Specialized's Command Post IRcc, the Comp is ready to get out there and roll!
Surly Ice Cream Truck
$1,999.00
The Ice Cream Truck goes where most other bikes can’t. Snow, rocks, mud, sand — you name it, and chances are, someone has ridden it on an Ice Cream Truck. Don’t let that terrain-crawling ability fool you into thinking the Ice Cream Truck is slow and sluggish, though. A long top tube (best paired with a short stem) and short stays make it trail-approved and ready to rip. And with 4.8” tires on 100mm rims, “trail” is relative. Show a snowman who’s boss, ride through a sand castle — all on the perfect get-away vehicle. Or you can stick to riding terrain that won’t ruin a child’s day. It all starts with Surly's proprietary ED-coated 4130 CroMoly steel. ED coating provides a solid foundation for paint externally while adding a layer of corrosion protection internally. A 132mm-wide PressFit 41 bottom bracket allowed Surly to play with the stays a bit more and move them a little further out, creating a much stiffer rear end. The Ice Cream Truck comes with 197mm thru-axle chips and a 2x10 speed Shimano drivetrain. The SRAM Level T brakes offer exceptional modulation in all conditions and all temperatures. If you feel like swapping out the included suspension-corrected, straight blade fork, you’ll have plenty of options thanks to the Ice Cream Truck’s 44mm headtube. In a world full of uncertainties, there’s one thing you can count on: Ice Cream Truck will really take you places. At least when it comes to riding a bike — it can’t do much to help you fix the rest of your life.
Surly Pugsley
$1,900.00
The Surly Pugsley may be the original fat bike, but this one is far from the original. Previously a great all-around fat bike, the Pugsley has been redesigned to be an ideal off-road touring and exploration rig. Surly lengthened the chainstays 12mm for stability when loaded and so your heels float effortlessly past panniers. The tweaked rear rack mounts on the dropouts let you center your rack over the wheel, despite the offset rear triangle. Those dropouts will take a 142x12mm thru axle if that's your schtick, but this rig comes with a 135mm QR hub, snug as a bug with a pair of adapter washers. Pugsley brings back the 135mm-spaced offset fork, so you can run a front wheel with a spare cog or freewheel as a bail-out option to swap with the rear if your internally-geared hub freezes up in neutral or you smash your derailleur having too much fun. A plethora of three-pack mounts give you gear-hauling options aplenty, and a Surly Moloko Bar gives your hands damn near as many options as well, so they stay clappably happy even on your longest, story-generating adventures.
Specialized Riprock Comp 24
$760.00
Remember when riding bikes was all about having fun? So does Specialized. For the all-new Riprock, they strove to create the bike that any of us would have drooled over as a little one. An A1 Premium Aluminum frame is lightweight and built to withstand the tough use doled out by kids, while the geometry features an ultra-low standover that makes it easy for your little ones to fit on and grow with the bike. A Custom SR Suntour XCT fork features 70mm of smooth, air-sprung travel for rough terrain, while a hydraulic lockout will make climbing significantly easier for your little ripper. Watch them fly up hills with the Shimano Alivio drivetrain and stay safe on the way back down thanks to the Tektro Auriga hydraulic disc brakes, which are easy for little hands to reach and deliver a degree of stopping power that even you will be jealous of. Ultra-wide tires, wrapped around zippy 24-inch aluminum wheels, deliver heaps of traction, comfort and stability and ensure that the Riprock is approved for fun anywhere that it goes.
Cannondale Cujo 2
$1,199.99
Whatever the trail has in store, the Cujo 2 rips it and asks for more. With huge 27+ tires and stable, confident geometry, it will up your game on even the rockiest, nastiest terrain. You'll dig the SLX shifting and the smooth, powerful Tektro Auriga hydraulic disc brakes. Burly WTB STX i35 rims are primed to blast through obstacles, and a RockShox Judy 120mm suspension fork soften harsh trail elements. Add in a quality Cannondale alloy handlebar, stem, and seatpost, and you'll have a dialed-in position that's both comfortable and efficient.
Cannondale Jekyll 4
$3,250.00
Cannondale's Jekyll 4 blasts up climbs like a short-travel bike, but then hit the switch for the descent and you'll see where the name comes from. Its light, strong SmartFormed aluminum frame boasts large-diameter tubing for efficient power transfer and has a 1.5-inch head tube that keeps the 160mm-travel RockShox Pike fork pinned on your chosen line. A Fox Dyad rear shock crushes bumps with your choice of either 160 or 95mm of travel to meet the demands of the trail and your style of riding. Since the Jekyll lets you climb as well as you descend, you have a Shimano drivetrain with a triple-ring crankset to reach the top. Other trail-dominating components include the Shimano SLX brakes and tubeless-ready, 27.5-inch WTB/Formula wheels with through-axle hubs that are ready to push the Jekyll to the max.
Cannondale Jekyll Carbon 2
$6,170.00
Make no compromises, Cannondale’s Jekyll Carbon 2 soars up the climbs and charges the descents. It’s all thanks to the extremely strong, light Ballistec HI-MOD carbon frame that boasts Fox's revolutionary DYAD rear shock that allows you to choose between 160mm or 95mm of travel to best suit the demands of the trail and your style of riding. Adjusting the travel also changes the geometry, and it's all done by a bar-mounted lever. The front suspension is just as revolutionary, a 1.5-inch head tube keeps the 160mm Cannondale Left SuperMax Carbon fork on your chosen line. Since this enduro sled lets you climb as well as you descend, the fast-shifting, 20-speed SRAM/Shimano drivetrain with stiff SRAM cranks and BB30 bottom bracket has the power to crush every hill, up and down. Other trail-dominating components include Shimano's unbeatable XT brakes, a descent-enhancing KS Lev dropper post, and tubeless-ready Mavic Crossroc wheels that help you to push the Jekyll to the max.
Cannondale Trigger 4
$3,140.00
Cannondale's Trigger 4 is ready for any trail, any time! Cannondale built their reputation on aluminum frames, and their revolutionary SmartFormed tech expands on that with a low weight and unmatched ride quality. Up front, a 140mm Fox 32 Evolution fork leads the way, and out back a Fox DYAD shock boasts 140mm of rider-tunable, big-hit-swallowing suspension that can be adjusted, by a bar-mounted lever, to 85mm when it's time to ascend. When you're looking for a drivetrain to get you up, down, and everywhere in between, Shimano's SLX components deliver with light, fast shifting, an all-mountain capable triple-chainring setup. If things start to get a little too zesty you can always rely on Shimano's SLX hydraulic discs to get things back under control. The whole rig rolls on sturdy, tubeless-ready WTB rims with Formula hubs. Topped off with a killer selection of Cannondale's own parts and a sleek, supportive WTB saddle, this trail-tamer is ready for any trail, any time.
Cannondale Trigger 29er Carbon 2
$6,169.99
Up, down, all around, Cannondale's Trigger 29er Carbon 2 backs down from no trail with on-the-fly, adjustable travel and geometry. Set it to 80mm and attack the climbs, then open it up to 130mm and stomp the downhills. The geometry hits the sweet spot of being aggressive without being too racy while still being capable on legit trails. Climbing is quick thanks to the BallisTec carbon frame paired with Cannondale's 130mm Lefty SuperMax and Fox's custom DYAD rear shock. A full XT group, Mavic wheels and a KS LEV dropper post offer the balance of low weight, serious durability and keeping your flow. Even if you have a stable of bikes, chances are you'll pull the Trigger every time.
Cannondale Trigger 29 Carbon Team
$8,119.99
For riders who like to attack both the climb AND the descent, Cannondale makes the Trigger 29 Carbon Team. The rear travel goes from 80 to 130mm on-the-fly with adjustable geometry to match. The handling is on the XC/Trail side, so it's quick and maneuverable, yet this thing is fully capable on gnarlier trails. It gets it done with a BallisTec carbon frame and a beefy 130mm carbon Lefty SuperMax up front. XC twisty or all-mountain pinned, it doesn't matter with SRAM's 1x11 drivetrain, carbon bars and Magura discs. The wheels charge just as hard: they're the legendary Mavic CrossMax wrapped in enduro favorite Schwalbe Hans Dampf tires.
Specialized S-Works Camber 29
$9,800.00
With the ideal blend of weight, suspension, and geometry, Specialized's S-Works Camber 29 delivers all the trail bike characteristics you want with the XC climbing prowess that you desire. This full-carbon machine slays trails with 120mm of front and rear travel, controlled by custom Fox/Specialized rear shock and a convention-bucking RockShox RS1 fork. The geometry is quick, playful, and at the same time, confident. A tapered head tube, wide, PF30 bottom bracket and stiff thru-axles on both ends come standard of course. The specs are top shelf with 11-speed SRAM XX1 with carbon cranks powering carbon Roval wheels wrapped with genre-defining Specialized Purgatory and Ground Control tires. The high-end, trail-focused action continues. You also get carbon bars, Shimano XTR disc brakes and a titanium-railed Henge Expert saddle. Plus, to keep you prepared and the looks clean, a mini tool and chain tool are stealthily integrated into the bike and the remote-activated dropper post uses internal cable routing.
Schwinn Rocket 4
$600.00
Blast off to new heights aboard Schwinn's Rocket 4. Its light, quick aluminum frame sports a 100mm-travel suspension fork, perfect for cruising gravel roads in the country or checking out local singletrack. The aluminum 650B wheels and trail-ready tires are just as capable. Plus, you get a crisp-shifting SR Suntour/Shimano 24-speed drivetrain for conquering the climbs, powerful mechanical-disc brakes for control on the way back down, and a handlebar, stem, and seat from Schwinn, too.
Cannondale Jekyll 4
$3,200.00
Cannondale's Jekyll 4 blasts up climbs like a short-travel bike, but then hit the switch for the descent and you'll see where the name comes from. Its light, strong SmartFormed aluminum frame boasts large-diameter tubing for efficient power transfer and has a 1.5-inch head tube that keeps the 160mm-travel RockShox Pike fork pinned on your chosen line. A Fox Dyad rear shock crushes bumps with your choice of either 160 or 95mm of travel to meet the demands of the trail and your style of riding. Since the Jekyll lets you climb as well as you descend, you have a 20-speed Shimano drivetrain with a stiff, lightweight Hollowtech crankset to help you put the power down. Other trail-dominating components include Shimano Deore brakes and tubeless-ready, 27.5-inch WTB/Formula wheels with through-axle hubs that are ready for you to push the Jekyll to the max.
Cannondale Jekyll Carbon 2
$6,070.00
Make no compromises, Cannondale’s Jekyll Carbon 2 soars up the climbs and charges the descents. It’s all thanks to the extremely strong, light Ballistec HI-MOD carbon frame that boasts Fox's revolutionary DYAD rear shock that allows you to choose between 160mm or 95mm of travel to best suit the demands of the trail and your style of riding. Adjusting the travel also changes the geometry, and it's all done by a bar-mounted lever. The front suspension is just as revolutionary, a 1.5-inch head tube keeps the 160mm RockShox Pike RCT3 fork on your chosen line. This enduro sled lets you climb as well as you descend, with the fast-shifting, 11-speed SRAM drivetrain providing the power to crush every hill, up and down. Other trail-dominating components include SRAM's unbeatable Guide RS brakes, a descent-enhancing KS Lev dropper post, and tubeless-ready WTB wheels that leave compromises, and other riders, far off the back.
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