Specialized S-works M2 Team 1995 Retro 17”

PeterPerfect

Senior Retro Guru
Not sure if it's a forum members bike but I've been following it for a bit and I'm going to have a real go at getting this one.
 

Spudly

Retrobike Rider
PoTM Winner
Kona Fan
So, the seller says: 17" c2c. 19" C to top.
I'm fairly sure spesh measured them centre to top so it is indeed a 19"
My jmc replica M2 is a 16" and that's centre to top if I remember rightly, and it's also slightly too big to be a perfect rep as Jason's was a 15" lol
 

pw_pw_la

Retro Guru
Yeah, deffo the larger size.

A lot to like here tho. All the important stuff looks in good knick.

Original owner deffo watched Dirt and bought this!

Whoever gets it will have a really nice foundation to work from.

Also, good to know the original JMC was 15" Spudly. Always figured it had to be, based on the geometry/lines. As an ex-BMXer I figured he built it around that sort of vibe - a play bike, basically.

Because his racing bikes always looked a fair bit larger, right?
 

Spudly

Retrobike Rider
PoTM Winner
Kona Fan
Also, good to know the original JMC was 15" Spudly. Always figured it had to be, based on the geometry/lines. As an ex-BMXer I figured he built it around that sort of vibe - a play bike, basically.

Because his racing bikes always looked a fair bit larger, right?


Aye and that comes directly from the guy who owns two of Jason's ex bikes, I believe the fsr was an 18" and the m2 was definitely a 15"
I was bit deflated to realise mine was a 16" but being 6ft 2" myself, a 15" would be even more uncomfortable to ride/mess about on lmao 🤣
 
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