Specialized stumpjumper

specialized stumpjumper

What makes the Stumpjumper Comp so special?

Unrivaled suspension kinematics sublime handling perfectly-tuned frame stiffness—the Stumpjumper Comp is our fully featured fully affordable full-carbon definitive trail bike. All-new geometry all-new suspension thoughtfully spec’d—it’s ready to take you wherever the trail may lead.

What is the Stumpjumper alloy?

The Stumpjumper Alloy brings all-new suspension kinematics and progressive geometry into a full-alloy package thats both lightweight and extremely durable. Outfitted with a no-fuss SRAM SX 12-speed groupset the Stumpjumper Alloy is your all-access pass for trail adventure. Please note that this bike does not come with pedals.

What is the Stumpjumper Evo?

The Stumpjumper EVO is your seat in the eye of the hurricane, delivering unprecedented control, capability and adjustability, along with unexpected climb-ability from a 150/160mm trail bike. The generous cockpit centers you on the bike, improving traction and corner control.

What makes a Stumpjumper different from a carbon bike?

A look under the hood bears this out: they employ the same benchmark geo, Rx-Tuned suspension, ride quality, and S-sizing as their carbon siblings. So it should come as no surprise that the alloy Stumpjumpers pack a trail performance punch beyond what you’ll find from any other aluminum trail bike.

Should you buy a Stumpjumper Comp alloy frame?

While most modern carbon bikes route the leads silently against the inner walls of the frame tubes, alloy frames leave them to rattle freely. The Stumpjumper Comp Alloy happens to do an excellent job keeping the brake and derailleur controls locked down, but not the dropper post cable.

How much does a Stumpjumper cost in 2021?

Specialized offers two lower-priced alloy models in the 2021 Stumpjumper lineup. You can get in on the bottom floor with the Stumpjumper Alloy for $2,400, but this is the higher-end of the two metal models, the $3,200 Stumpjumper Comp Alloy. The two share the same frame, but the parallels stop there.

How much does a Specialized Stumpjumper weigh?

Specialized’s flagship S-Works Stumpjumper is a $9,500 trail / XC crossover that, thanks to its full carbon frame and flex stays (a weight-saving feature that replaces a couple suspension pivots with frame tubes meant to flex as the shock compresses), weighs under 27 pounds. What I tested here is not that bike.

Is the Stumpjumper a good climber?

On long loops, it’s the kind of climber that disappears under you and lets you just settle in and pedal it out. Good climbing, though, is the easy part for a bike like this. It may be high praise that the Stumpjumper climbs like a bike with less travel, but it’s far higher praise that it descends like one with more.

What is a Stumpjumper Evo Comp?

Specialized Stumpjumper EVO Comp Review A heavy-hitting longer travel trail bike with an innovative, highly adjustable geometry

How does the Stumpjumper Evo feel in rough terrain?

The Stumpjumper EVO feels incredibly planted and considerably faster in rough terrain than the regular bike. At 324mm on the 27.5″ version of the bike (328mm on the 29” version), the bottom bracket height on the EVO is incredibly low, which likely will have contributed to this planted feel.

Whats new on the Stumpjumper Evo 2021?

The Stumpjumper EVO got a complete overhaul for 2021, taking it from a dedicated long and slack brawler to a genre-bending chameleon of a bike. 150mm of FSR suspension is paired with a 160mm fork and a frame with unprecedented geometry adjustments.

How long do Specialized Stumpjumper Evo frames last?

It’s been a little over two years since the last generation Stumpjumper EVO was introduced, and barely a year since Specialized launched the carbon fibre variant. We expected them to hang around for a while, because in the world of mountain bikes, three-to-four years is a pretty standard lifecycle for a mountain bike frame.

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