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I'm trying to find what kind of brand/year my bike is so I can find more information about it. It might help me determine if I should buy a new bike or just wait. The only information I got now is this: Epic Comp Specialized, but I don't know the year and so onepic comp specialized (but I still need the year and so on

  • Why should the year effect your decision when to buy a new bike? The component level is the component level. The condition of the bike is the condition of the bike. It could be a 6 year old bike in pristine condition and a trashed out bike 6 month old bike. Looks like a nice bike. Any components, sizing, or geometry you are not happy with? Any known defect(s)? – paparazzo Jul 26 '15 at 18:49
  • I just wanna know if Im paying to much for the bike, thats why I wanna know the year etc...anyways thanks for your answer :) – user20742 Jul 26 '15 at 18:53
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    Then ASK that. You state "I have" like you own it. And the answer is base it on the condition and components and not age. On a blue book just base it on latest year with those components. – paparazzo Jul 26 '15 at 19:12
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    The title of this question made it sound like it was a general-purpose "How do I identify a bike?" question, and it's had more than 20,000 hits from people who presumably expected just that. I've edited the title to match the actual question; hopefully, there will be fewer disappointed visitors in future. – David Richerby Jun 19 at 17:35
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The nice people at specialized.com have a archive section with pictures of all the models produced since 2008. Go to the web site and scroll down to the bottom of the page. There's a Support section with Bike Archive as the last item.

Answer shamelessly stolen from here.

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Likely to be the 2011 model. Both the 2010 and 2012 have significantly different front triangles.

https://www.bicyclebluebook.com/SearchListingDetail.aspx?id=21935

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