DaBunj

6'4" 210, I usually get in 2 rides a week of about 90 minutes each. Trail riding primarily

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Stumpjumper FSR 29 - Carbon Wheels M8000 updates

$2500 USD
Black on Black with Red Anodized bling here and there. 2012 Stumpjumper FSR 29er, Size XL, black frame was a frame only option. Custom build from there. Specialized Roval Traverse SL Fattie (30mm internal width) carbon wheels with Specialized Purgatory tires (Grid). Very recent Shimano M8000 1x11 drivetrain and Shimano M8000 hydraulic disc brakes and rotors. Easton carbon bars (35mm x 760mm) Easton alloy stem. KindShock Lev 150mm dropper is less than 6 months old. weight approximately 30lbs. I am 6'4". Bike would be good for 6'2" to 6'6" depending on how you like to fit the bike. Pedals shown in picture not included (I have other flat pedals I will give you if you need them). This bike will do cross country to aggressive trail riding. It is 130mm travel in rear, 140mm travel in front. I upgraded the rear shock to a RockShox Monarch Plus about a year ago. I have the old Specialized/Fox "Brain" shock if you prefer a more racey, firm feel. The fork is a Fox Talas adjustable (110-140mm) that I had rebuilt by Push Industries. It has High Speed and Low Speed compression adjustment like current Fox forks do. I will include with the bike any or all of the following parts at the buyer's option: Original 2x10 drivetrain (Cogs, Chainrings, Shifter, derailleurs), Original Specialized/Fox Brain rear shock. Seals kit for Monarch Plus Shock and for Front Fork, Shock pump. Bike is in very good condition. Carbon wheelset has some scratches on them, but are true and solid (set up tubeless). All the recent upgrades make this bike almost new.

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Aug 12, 2016 at 8:13
Aug 12, 2016
Niner RIP 9 RDO and JET 9 RDO - First Ride
Geo looks like a 150mm travel 2012-ish Stumpjumper. Not a bad thing and I understand why the reviewer commented on "nimble vs. monster truck." Not EVERYONE is an Enduro racer. I'd really like to know how the CVA suspension climbs with this much travel. I would imagine the 75.5 degree ST angle has to do with suspension limitations if you are too far rearward in the bike. Looks fantastik. Nice job 9er, uh 275er, uh 9275er....!
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