Pick new lines, roll fast and have some good, dirty fun on Specialized's Stumpjumper FSR Comp 29er. Its light M5-aluminum frame is mated to the legendary FSR suspension system for super efficient climbing, while the 130mm of buttery travel front and rear lets you attack the descents with unmatched voracity. Fox supplies the shock and fork — and they're both tunable to the trail and your riding style. To keep you railing it, the Comp features 29-inch Roval wheels, a flawless SRAM 2x10 drivetrain and powerful Avid Elixir discs that stop strong in even the nastiest conditions. Plus, you get a whole spread of Specialized's stellar components, too.
|Frame||Specialized FSR M5-aluminum w/tapered head tube|
|Fork||Fox Float CTD Evolution, 130mm-travel w/15mm through-axle|
|Rear Shock||Fox Float CTD Evolution, 130mm-travel w/AutoSag|
|Hubs||Specialized Hi Lo disc|
|Spokes||DT Swiss Industry 2.0mm stainless-steel|
|Tires||Specialized tubeless-ready; Front: Purgatory Control, 29 x 2.3; Rear: Ground Control, 29 x 2.3|
|Chainrings||36/22 w/aluminum guard|
|Bottom Bracket||SRAM PF30|
|Front Derailleur||SRAM X7|
|Rear Derailleur||SRAM X9|
|Rear Cogs||SRAM PG-1030, 10-speed: 11-36|
|Handlebars||Specialized XC low-rise, 720mm width|
|Stem||Specialized XC Trail|
|Brake Levers||Avid Elixir 5 R SL|
|Brakes||Avid Elixir 5 SL disc|
|Saddle||Specialized BG Henge Comp|
* Subject to change without notice.
|Option||Barcode||Manufacturer's Part Number||Store SKU|
|Gloss Retro Blue/Silver / Medium||00719676155210||93E3-4293||9134|
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This bike has it all. Awesome components!!!! THE MOST ADVANCED SUSPENSION OUT ON THE MARKET!!! YOU CAN NOT GET ANY BETTER THAN THIS!!!
This my first 29er FS bike, coming from a Marin 26er hardtail. Before getting the Specialized Stumpjumper FSR 29er Comp, i did a lot of reading and researching. I compared the Camber to this and I believe that the Camber is an awesome bike on its own, but the Stumpjumper is a league of its own. When I got this, the difference was day and night! I rode on the same trails as I did with my 26er hardtail and if there were rock garden sections that I needed to dismount from the hardtail, I easily cruised on the Stumpy 29er. Going uphill was a breeze with my Stumpy as long as I practice good cadence and proper shifting management. There was a section of a local trail where even if I had engaged the tranny gear on my hardtail, it was not enough and i still had to dismount and push my bike up. But on the same section with my Stumpy 29er, I managed to clear it without going in full low gear; I was stocked! I discovered the joys and thrills of downhill with the Stumpy. It was fast and stable; the disc brakes have awesome stopping power. When I was a bit afraid to go fast downhill with my hardtail, I was literally flying on my Stumpy. It was lighter than my hardtail by a bit. One inherent weakness of Specialized bikes, Stumpies included, is the proprietary sizes of the rear shock. The stock Fox Triad II is awesome for my taste, since I'm new to FS bikes. But what if I want to upgrade later? Another weakness for me is the cornering ability of the 29er. I have to go slow and wide on switchbacks whereas on my 26 bike, I was nimble. But maybe when I get use to it and I bacome a better rider, I can more or less cut corners easily with my Stumpy. I am 5'8", 160lbs and i got the medium. I highly recommend the Stumpy 29er Comp! Overall, a really nice bike for my needs!
This bike has been a wonderful experience all the way around. The bike is much like Disney World because where do you really start describing how wonderful the experience was? I will begin from when I first laid eyes on it. The paint job really is beautiful and gives the bike a very distinguished look and just screams out "ride me and gimme all you got". I did exactly that and of course was extremely impressed with everything. It grabs trails as if it were glued to a railroad track. It's balance was second to none. The components on the bike are wonderful and truly make you feel as if there were nothing to upgrade. I did just because I wanted more of a free ride set up. I added a telescopic seatpost and some wider tires and pretty much called it a day. I started off in AZ with some trails in Phoenix and Tuscon. The stumpy took all the rocks, dust, and jumps I could throw at it without even a hickup. I then took the bike to Italy. I took the bike to Piancavallo Bike Funk Park and it performed wonderfully. I even accidentally road the bike off of the mountain about 40 feet out and 20 feet down. I blew out the front fork and pretty much destroyed the front end due to me landing wrong and hitting the handlebars with my chest and almost killing myself. However if it weren't for the bike and a few other things I would have certainly been a goner. I recommend this bike to anyone wanting a great climber and the occasional bomb down a hill.
New to mountain biking, I am motocross rider. I tested other bikes too. So far this is the best of them all. I tried it in one of the trail here in Houston, and it performed the way it should.