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rode in North Phoenix. view ridelog
Feb 14, 2018 at 4:23
Feb 14, 2018
quotes Afternoon Ride
23.7 km - 01:31
rode in Phoenix Sonoran Preserve. view ridelog
Feb 3, 2018 at 13:04
Feb 3, 2018
quotes Morning Ride
51.8 km - 03:09 - 2 achievements
rode in Bootleg Canyon. view ridelog
Jan 28, 2018 at 7:04
Jan 28, 2018
quotes Bootleg! Warming up.
8.5 km - 00:45 - 4 achievements
rode in Bootleg Canyon. view ridelog
Jan 28, 2018 at 7:04
Jan 28, 2018
quotes Afternoon Ride
9.6 km - 00:50 - 1 achievements
Selling
Jan 22, 2018 at 15:35
Jan 22, 2018

Specialized Stumpjumper Pro

$3600 USD
Looking to bump up to more travel so the Stumpjumper needs to go! I would personally give the bike a 8/10 in terms of wear and looks. It has under 320 miles (2/2/18, will be going up with time) and overall is in great condition. Personally one of my favorite bikes in terms of looks and has truly been my best bike yet (haven’t had too many expensive bikes so doesn’t really say much). The Pro model is a full carbon frame and as far as I know is exactly identical to the S-works. The pro model also gets carbon hoops! Unfortunately, they aren't Traverse SLs and are just listed as "traverse carbon" so I'm almost certain they pack more of a weight penalty. The bike is one hell of a climber and can really hold its own descending. As cliché as it is, this bike really fits into that “quiver killer” category and would be the perfect bike to own if you are only capable of owning one at a time. The Wear: (The bike was wrapped in ISC racer tape) -Frame: Front triangle has a few shuttling marks on the on the downtube and the rear triangle has a few chips. The worst of which is are on both sides of the seat stay. -Cranks: The drive side crank arm does have a minor chip on the bottom (Happened before getting the crank boots) -Fork: Probably the biggest down side. Unfortunately a rock managed to perfectly wedge it’s self in the brace arch and the stanchion and carved a good scratch. I noticed it rather quickly (like after 10 squeaky compressions when it happened) and was able to remove it before it got pretty serious. That occurred 20 miles into owning the bike and ever since then the fork as had no issues with fluid loss and or performance. I took the fork apart to inspect the damage and to deburr anything that would chew up the seals. Replaced the seals, foam rings, and bottom out bumpers. Although the scratch is quite big in length it is pretty shallow. There is also two very minor pricks on the upper left stanchion. Left side lowers have a few scratches that have been colored in with sharpie -Wheels: Several Cosmetic scratches, but no structural damage of any kind. About wraps it up. Bike is pretty much bone stock except for the addition of the grips and the tires. Will Also include the original 2.6 butchers (60%-%70 range of life left) and will come with all SWAT accessories. For more details on Spec and geometry: https://www.specialized.com/us/en/stumpjumper-pro-27-5/p/129449?color=240016-129449 **Also I would strongly prefer selling locally and would be willing to drive anywhere within a 250 mile radius from Phoenix. If you need the bike shipped it will cost $100 plus paypal fees.

rode in North Phoenix. view ridelog
Jan 17, 2018 at 14:40
Jan 17, 2018
quotes Afternoon Ride
14.5 km - 01:17
rode in North Phoenix. view ridelog
Jan 14, 2018 at 16:52
Jan 14, 2018
quotes Dutch rudder was a segment this whole time?!?! Love that thing
10.9 km - 00:54
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