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Rider-TJones mikekazimer's article
May 6, 2021 at 20:09
May 6, 2021
Rider-TJones Fox-Head-Inc's article
Mar 16, 2021 at 14:06
Mar 16, 2021
Video: Loic Bruni Shreds Barcelona Trails in New Fox Kit
@emarquar: after seeing that picture I completely agree with you
Rider-TJones Fox-Head-Inc's article
Mar 16, 2021 at 9:55
Mar 16, 2021
Video: Loic Bruni Shreds Barcelona Trails in New Fox Kit
New Demo in the back of the truck at 2:08 anyone? Or is that a different brand bike?
Rider-TJones jamessmurthwaite's article
Jan 8, 2021 at 8:50
Jan 8, 2021
Bike Check: Jordan Sarrou's World Champion Custom Specialized Epic
They give him the same paint job as Pidcocks bike?
Rider-TJones mikelevy's article
Dec 20, 2020 at 15:16
Dec 20, 2020
Field Test: Searching Out the Best Values in the Trail Bike Category
I opted for the Expert level on the Evo and have no regrets and haven’t been left feeling like I’m missing out in any way. I personally feel the Experts are the best bang for the buck in the Stumpy and Stumpy Evo lineups
Rider-TJones sarahmoore's article
Dec 11, 2020 at 19:41
Dec 11, 2020
Poll: If You Were A Sports Marketing Manager...
The big thing people on pinkbike don’t realize is that some athletes cross disciplines. DH isn’t the only thing. A rider like MVDP can win cyclocross races, XC, and road in a single season. He can market easily 5 bikes in a single season, as well as everything that goes with it. A rider like Loic Bruni, while amazing, pretty much sticks to DH and markets everything associated with DH. As a account manager, it’s better to invest in a multi-disciplinary rider like Paulina, MVDP, Van Aert, and definitely the guys mixing it up in both Enduro and DH. 1 discipline isn’t always enough anymore unless you’re the absolute best (such as Nino). If anyone cares what I think...
Rider-TJones bicyclerider's article
Nov 11, 2020 at 7:26
Nov 11, 2020
Added 13 photos to Buysell
Aug 11, 2020 at 14:32
Aug 11, 2020
Selling
Aug 11, 2020 at 14:23
Aug 11, 2020

Specialized Stumpjumper ST

$4100 USD
For sale is my Specialized Stumpjumper St 29 Expert. The bike is mostly stock, with the exception of tires and upgraded brakes. About 2 months ago I swapped the brakes to G2 RSCs and they have made the bike a lot better. Pictured for tires are 2.6” Eliminators, but I put on 2.3” brand new tires 10 minutes before posting this ad. The bike is in excellent condition. It is hand washed with a squirt bottle after most rides, never hosed. Minimal scratching on the frame. Components and suspension are in good shape. Hubs could probably use new bearings next season. SWAT compartment is clutch for every ride. Feel free to send questions. Garmin and mount, pedals, and fender not included in sale. Bottle cage and tool will be included. Buyer pays shipping and insurance. Cash or Paypal only Cheers! Link to bike from Specialized: https://www.specialized.com/us/en/mens-stumpjumper-st-expert-29/p/154271?color=261176-154271&searchText=93218-3704

Rider-TJones sarahmoore's article
Aug 5, 2020 at 8:07
Aug 5, 2020
Video: Trek Supercaliber vs Cannondale Scalpel vs Canyon Lux vs Specialized Epic - Field Test Round Table
Brain turned down (off, rides bad) on the Epic is same as not using the lockout on the Scapel. They should have utilized all the resources (lockouts, brain, etc) given they’re major factors in the performance of these bikes... Epic would have been faster with Brain working, as well as the Scapel being faster utilizing lockout... kinda a dumb test to not use race features of race bikes..
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