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Stumpjumper

First Look: Specialized Stumpjumper Carbon EVO Pro

Specialized Stumpjumper Carbon EVO Pro 27.5″ vs 29″ Specialized launched the Stumpjumper EVO in 2018 at Crankworx, Whistler. The bike built off the newly designed Stumpjumper frame, but with an ultra aggressive twist. We’re talking about a bike that is about as long, slack and low as one can get. Today, Specialized is proud to […]

Throwback Thursday: July 1988

The Specialized Stumpjumper Epic of 1988 had carbon fiber frame tubes and Biopace chainrings. They only made 400 of this model that year. It was priced at $2400. We’re not sure now who the test rider was on the Stumpjumper Epic, but he definitely had good balance. In our article introducing recent converts to the […]

Trail Testing: Specialized Stumpjumper FSR Comp Carbon 6FATTIE

Plus Size bikes have been the hot ticket since we saw their launch into the mountain bike market at Sea Otter, and we have been eager to get our gloves on them, and in this case the Specialized Stumpjumper FSR Comp Carbon 6FATTIE.  Yes the title has quite a footprint, but then again so do […]

Specialized Launches New Stumpjumper 27.5″ and 29″

Handling, efficiency, utility: These aren’t just words to us—they’ve been the hallmarks of the Stumpjumper FSR since we started this whole trail thing. And with fully integrated SWAT technology, a new geometry, and a proprietary shock tune, the Stumpjumper’s ready to push the envelope all over again. It’s the trail legend reborn. HANDLING Trail bikes […]

Bike Test: The Specialized Stumpjumper FSR Expert Carbon Evo 650b

We have never witnessed a more low-key new model introduction from Specialized than the one for their first 27.5-inch wheeled offering, the Stumpjumper FSR Expert Carbon Evo 650b. We figure the reason is that the crew at Specialized is still totally enamored with their 29er offerings–and with good reason. Like we said in our S-Works […]

Bike Test: Specialized Stumpjumper FSR Expert Carbon Evo

  Specialized Stumpjumper FSR Expert Carbon Evo Blurring The Lines Of Conventional Wisdom The Stumpjumper FSR Expert Carbon Evo (whew, that’s a long name) aims at being a more aggressive version of the do-it-all Stumpjumper. The Stumpy Evo sits between the standard Stumpjumper FSR model and their at- home-at-a-bike-park Enduro in terms of suspension travel, […]