What is FSR Stumpjumper?

What is FSR Stumpjumper?

Bottom line The Stumpjumper FSR ST is a bike with 120mm travel in the rear and 130mm in the fork. It offers riders excellent small bump compliance. It’s not meant for big hits or aggressive trails. It does best on smooth, rolling terrain. Testers found it easy to bottom out.

What does FSR stand for specialized?

FSR is the name of a suspension design from Specialized. According to a FAQ, it originally stood for “Future Shock Rear”. The Specialized website contains an FSR Suspension page with marketing information about the system.

What does FSR Specialized stand for?

What does FSR stand for Specialized?

What is a Stumpjumper used for?

Hit the Trails with a Specialized Stumpjumper Bicycle. When you need a bicycle that can handle ascents, descents, and the sharp turns of trail riding, a Specialized Stumpjumper is an ideal choice. You can find these bikes, made specifically for mountain trail riding, on eBay at the most affordable prices.

The Stumpjumper FSR ST is a bike with 120mm travel in the rear and 130mm in the fork. It offers riders excellent small bump compliance. It’s not meant for big hits or aggressive trails. It does best on smooth, rolling terrain. Testers found it easy to bottom out.

What type of bike is the Stumpjumper EVO?

mountain trail bike
The Specialized Stumpjumper EVO 29 is a long and low all-mountain trail bike. It has efficient climbing abilities, despite its heavier weight. It excels on the descents with 140mm of travel in the rear and 150mm in the fork. The 29” wheels and Specialized Butcher tires are fast-rolling with plenty of grip.

How much does a Stumpjumper EVO weight?

31 lbs 14 oz
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This Product Specialized Stumpjumper EVO Comp Ibis Ripmo AF NX Eagle
Measured Weight (w/o pedals) 31 lbs 14 oz (Large) 34 lbs (Large)
Fork Fox 36 Rhythm – 160mm DVO Diamond D1 160mm
Shock Fox Float DPX2 Performance DVO Topaz T3 Air
Frame Material FACT 11m Carbon Fiber Aluminum

How much does a carbon Stumpjumper weight?

The full Stumpjumper frame assembly* (barely) tips the scales at an unbelievable 5.33 lbs (2,420g), but Specialized didn’t compromise in their quest for light weight. The Stumpy punches above its weight, setting the bar for mid-travel trail bikes in handling characteristics, pedaling efficiency and trail toughness.

Is a Stumpjumper worth it?

Overall, the Stumpjumper Alloy Comp rides impressively well, even when compared to lighter, more expensive bikes with flashier specs. It’s good value for money, too, and the seriously capable frame means that a few choice component upgrades down the line would help unlock new levels of performance.

Is the Stumpjumper EVO good?

Verdict. While it’s not quite as powerful or rabidly rad as the tightest, brightest bikes in its category the Stumpjumper is still undoubtedly a phenomenal example of the best you can expect from a modern trail/aggro bike.

Is the Stumpjumper EVO a good climber?

Climbing the Stumpjumper Evo Elite Alloy surprised most of our crew. It’s a bit heavier than some of the carbon offerings in the category but is plenty capable of propelling you up the steepest of grades.

Does the Stumpjumper climb well?

It was designed to be a true all-terrain bike, capable of going anywhere and everywhere. The 2021 Stumpjumper has very similar intentions to the original. It’s designed to climb and descend well. To be a well-rounded every day trail tool capable of taking you out and back, up and down and everywhere in between.

How much travel does the Specialized Stumpjumper EVO have?

150 mm
The classic Stumpjumper has become lighter and more efficient, the Stumpjumper EVO even more capable. It offers 150 mm travel at the rear, 160 mm up front and rolls on 29″ wheels. If you want, you can adjust the geometry of the bike using different headset cups and a flip chip in the chainstays.

What is Stumpjumper best for?

The Stumpjumper is for those who want a light, efficient bike for going on long rides, both uphill as well as downhill. For those who don’t live in alpine terrain, it’s a lot of fun on flat trails too.

Is Stumpjumper a trail bike?

The standard Stumpjumper delivers on the promise of being the ultimate trail bike. The Stumpjumper ST pairs its new design with short chainstays to give riders a more nimble ride. The Stumpjumper EVO is designed for more aggressive downhill riders.

What does Epic Evo expert weigh?

Suspension travel generally sits between 110 and 125mm, and they’re fitted with relatively light, fast-rolling tyres on 29in wheels. Dropper posts tend to feature too, for maximum trail flow….Product.

Price GBP £6750.00
Weight 11.11kg (M) – without pedals
Brand Specialized

How much does a Stumpjumper Expert weight?

In the low position on this S3 the Stumpjumper gets a reach of 450mm, a head angle of 65 degrees, an effective seat tube angle of 76 degrees and an effective top tube of 605mm. This all adds up to a quietly confident bike that is more stable than its 30lb weight (with pedals and a tyre change) implies.

What kind of bike is a Stumpjumper?

trail bike
The new Stumpjumper is a 130mm (rear) 140mm (front) trail bike on 29-inch wheels. This travel splits the difference between the previous 140/150mm “long travel” Stumpjumper and the 120/130mm Stumpjumper ST. There are no more 27.5 models.

What is the difference between Epic and Epic Evo?

The Epic is designed wholly for full gas pedalling around an XC racetrack, while the Evo has adapted the Epic platform to smash XC trails. The Evo and Epic share the same front triangle while the Evo sports a different rear triangle among other tweaks to handle the increased travel and make it a more stable ride.

Is Specialized Epic Evo a trail bike?

Tackling more engaging trails, the Epic EVO feels incredibly capable, but it’s best ridden in a calculated, precise way. While it has a little less travel than some and a more efficient than forgiving feeling through the back end of the bike, it’s seriously impressive just how fast it’ll cover ground.

What type of bike is the Stumpjumper?

What is Specialised Evo?

The Ultimate Trail Bike The EVO is your seat in the eye of the hurricane, delivering unprecedented control, capability and adjustability, along with unexpected climb-ability.