2020 Stumpjumper Evo Alloy S2 Custom Build

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Category: Enduro Bikes

Condition: Excellent - Lightly Ridden
Frame Size: M
Wheel Size: 29"
Material: Aluminium
Front Travel: 160 mm
Rear Travel: 155 mm
Original Post Date: Sep-23-2021 1:44:08
Last Repost Date: Sep-26-2021 5:26:43
Still For Sale: Sold
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Up for sale is a highly customized 2020 Stumpjumper Comp Evo Alloy 29 in the less common but very cool satin ti pab finish, S2 size. Not many stock parts left (cranks, wheels, brakes and saddle are about it). This bike is a ripper - the stock configuration isn't quite there on these bikes, but in high mode with a highly capable 160mm fork and a top notch shock with extra stoke to balance things out, it's a worthy single crown park ripper, shuttle day specialist, enduro race ready, so on and so forth.

Here's a rundown on parts:

- Fox 36 Rhythm, upgraded with Marzocchi coil spring. Read the reviews of the Z1 coil, this fork is very impressive!
- Fox Factory X2 shock, 55mm stroke, very fresh (installed new at the end of June)
- 200mm PNW Ranier dropper w/ adjustable travel & Loam remote lever
- XT 11sp drivetrain
- Engin 40mm stem and seat collar
- Spank Oozy 35mm bars, 780mm
- 2.5" Magic Mary Apex Soft, 2.4" Hans Dampf Super Gravity Soft. A bit chewed up and the MM is shedding a few knobs as they do, but life remains.
- SRAM Code R brakes. Initially though I'd upgrade these, but they never let me down so I kept 'em.
- Stock wheels in excellent condition, hardly ridden.
- SRAM NX cranks, 165mm. They take a beating down there but never complain
- PEDALS NOT INCLUDED. Can throw in some red HT PA03As by request for $25 extra.

In terms of condition, this bike is in excellent working shape. The rear end has been taken apart and cleaned/regreased plus bearings replaced as needed a few times in the 1.5 years I've had the bike, and the wheels, chain, and shock are practically new. Lowers were serviced when the coil spring was installed earlier this summer. Brake pads have plenty of life left. For a bike that's ripped many laps, the frame and cranks have the expected scratches and scuffs, but no dents or any defects that are beyond cosmetic in nature. Tried to picture the worst of it at the chainstay bridge/BB junction area. There's also a bit of fade to the finish on the top tube that's pretty impossible to photograph.

Local is preferred and can meet up at Blue Mountain or Mountain Creek most weekends. Will ship at buyer's expense.
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$3,000 USD
Restrictions: Reasonable offers only, No Trades, Will ship within country only
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Member since Oct 22, 2018
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