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Aug 22, 2017 at 11:24
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Specialized Stumpjumper Comp

$2300 CAD
Hi there, Selling a Specialized Stumpjumper Comp, It's a 2015, that I bought brand new in March 2016, only has 2 seasons of use as a secondary bike. Suspension and all other parts have been serviced and are in fully working condition. Mostly stock components, X9 rear derailleur, X7 shifters and front derailleur, Shimano brakes 200/180mm rotors, blah, blah.. Few little upgrades made in the spring, un-cut Spank Spikes 800's, Raceface 60mm steam, ODI Vans locking grips and Giant Contact switch 120mm dropper post, I also have a 32t Raceface single front ring I will throw in for an easy 1x10 swap. For tall people, I'm 190cm tall and this bike has changed biking for me, I've been riding undersized bikes for the last 25 years, being a tall person and having something that fits is quite the experience. If you are 185cm or taller and are annoyed at how un-comfortable biking can be, look no further. So come and check out big person speed and comfort.

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