Specialized Stumpjumper FSR Expert EVO

6 Reviews for Stumpjumper FSR Expert EVO

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 Everything you have heard about this bike is true. It is truly an amazing do-it-all bike. I bought the frame w/fox rp23 from a local shop and built it up over a summer. I could not have made a better choice of frame. Currently running 1x9 SRAM drivetrain and Rockshox Lyric w/ 20mm axle. If you can only have one bike to do everything this is the one! It will keep-up with XC bikes, DH bikes and anything in between.
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 This bike rails! She pedals pretty damn well too. The Lower bb and Slacker Headtube are big bonuses and the Command Post certainly makes this bike super versatile! The Stumpy EVO is my Swiss Army Knife, though not a XC weight weenies dream bike, it is the ultimate trail bike with several easy options to be respectably lightweight!
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 By far the best trail bike imaginable. I use this for almost every type of riding now. I thought I was a "downhiller" but now I ride my Stumpy Evo more than my demo. I converted mine to 1x10 and threw on a 2012 36 Talas. Nothing gets in the way of this trail machine. It also helps that you can easily get this bike to weigh less than a carbon bike of the same category.
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 this is a great xc/all mountian bike. its light and fast. the rear shock has the brain technoligy that sences the trail. so u can tare up the up hills and have the advantege of a soft tail on the way down. i beleive that specialized runs the sram xo rear derallieur witha carbon cage. light and durable. nice hydraulic disc brakes.
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 Great all mountain for BC it is the natural evolution for the Stumpjumper if you want to ride hard on demanding terrain the trail version is great too but does not offer enough travel for going down double diamonds in BC. The command post is a must. Personally on mine I have changed the brake for hope tech 4 which is sooo much better than Avid.
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 Fast and nimble. Twitchy yet burly. Excellent foray into the obscurity of hyper segmentation. Like they say with smart phones, I didn't know I needed it until I got it. Bravo Specialized.
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Specialized Stumpjumper FSR Expert EVO (MSRP $4100) — More travel and meatier spec on the EVO allows this Stumpjumper FSR to blur the lines between fast & flowy XC trail and more technical all-mountain riding.

Specifications Compare to other All Mountain/Enduro/XC

Release Date 2011
Price $4,100
Travel 145mm
Rear Shock Fox RP23-S with Boost Valve
Fork Fox F150 RL
Headset 1-1/8 and 1.5" Threadless, Campy style upper with 1.5" lower, cartridge bearings
Cassette Shimano HG81, 10-speed, 11-36t
Crankarms Custom SRAM Carbon XO, 10-speed AM double
Chainguide Gamut shift guide
Bottom Bracket PF30 BB
Rear Derailleur SRAM X.0, 10-speed, mid cage
Chain KMC X10, 10-speed
Front Derailleur SRAM X.7, 10-speed, S1 direct mount
Shifter Pods SRAM X.9, 10-speed
Handlebar Specialized Enduro low-rise bar, 7050 alloy, 720mm wide, 8 degree backsweep, 6 degree up, 31.8mm
Stem Specialized XC
Grips Specialized lock-on
Brakes Custom Avid Elixir CR SL
Wheelset Roval Traverse AL
Hubs Roval Traverse AL
Spokes DT Swiss Competition 1.8/1.6mm stainless
Rim Roval Traverse AL, 26mm, 27/32h
Tires S-Works Purgatory
Seat Specialized BG Henge Comp
Seatpost Specialized Command Post

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