What is Evo in Specialized bikes?
In short — or long, I guess — the Stumpjumper EVO is a supersized version of the bike, with a far longer reach, a slacker head angle and a much lower BB than the regular model. Somewhat unusually, the Stumpjumper EVO is available in sizes S2 and S3, rather than the usual small through extra large sizes.
How much does a Specialized Stumpjumper EVO weight?
|This Product Specialized Stumpjumper EVO Comp||Ibis Ripley AF Deore|
|Measured Weight (w/o pedals)||31 lbs 14 oz (Large)||33 lbs 3 oz (Large)|
|Fork||Fox 36 Rhythm – 160mm||Fox 34 Performance – 130mm|
|Shock||Fox Float DPX2 Performance||Fox Float DPS Performane EVOL|
|Frame Material||FACT 11m Carbon Fiber||Aluminum|
How much travel does a Stumpjumper EVO have?
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 FSR bike?
In case you were wondering what the ‘FSR’ acronym means, technically it means ‘Front Suspension and Rear [suspension]’. This is historical acronym that dates back to when suspension forks came out (Stumpjumpers with sus forks were dubbed ‘FS’). When rear suspension came along, they added the ‘R’, hence ‘FSR’.
What is difference between Stumpjumper and Evo?
The All New Specialized Stumpjumper Evo Is Lighter, Better Balanced, Still Shreds. No longer a baby DH bike, the new Evo has better climbing and trail manners thanks to suspension and geometry updates. This version of the Stumpy had a geometry that looked progressive at the time and still holds up today.
What is a Stumpjumper EVO?
The Stumpjumper EVO was a bike that the designers got to go have fun and create. They wanted to make the ultimate trail bike, and were looking at places that they could improve. It turns out, people loved frame storage and wanted more, they wanted a bike they could ride everywhere, and do almost everything.
Is Specialized Stumpjumper a enduro bike?
The Specialized Enduro Comp, Stumpjumper Comp, and Stumpjumper EVO Comp are all 29″ carbon frame full suspension mountain bikes. The Enduro Comp has better components, a better fork, and more travel.
Is Stumpjumper EVO a trail bike?
Because the Stumpjumper Evo is a trail bike, weight is also a consideration. Specialized says its S4 frame – including shock and all hardware – weighs 2,750g. The frame also has an integrated down tube protector and internally-routed cables from front to back, with internal cable guides to make routing easy.
What does Stumpjumper FSR mean?
What kind of bike is the Stumpjumper FSR?
The Specialized Stumpjumper FSR ST Comp Carbon 29 is a short-travel bike with a big name. It has a 130mm fork and 120mm at the rear.
What is the difference between Stumpjumper and Stumpjumper Comp?
The Specialized Stumpjumper Alloy, Stumpjumper Comp Alloy, and Stumpjumper EVO Comp are all 29″ full suspension mountain bikes. The Stumpjumper Comp Alloy has better components, while the Stumpjumper EVO Comp has a carbon frame and more travel. Explore the differences below.
What type of bike is a Stumpjumper EVO?
The latest Specialized Stumpjumper EVO Comp is our Shop-Bought winner in our Trail Bike of the Year best full suspension mountain bike test. It’s also possible to convert the 29er to a mullet by swapping to a 27.5in rear wheel and fitting a different shock link which costs £70.
What kind of frame does the Specialized Stumpjumper FSR Comp Evo have?
Essentially unchanged from 2012, the Specialized Stumpjumper FSR Comp Evo is the cheaper of two Evo models, and gets an M5 aluminium, rather than FACT carbon frame. For both frame materials, a DT Swiss 142x12mm bolt-through rear axle and oversized press-fit BB30 are used to boost stiffness.
How much does the Stumpjumper FSR expert carbon Evo weigh?
We had an absolute blast on the Stumpjumper FSR Expert Carbon EVO during our 2013 Test Sessions in Southern Utah. Measured weight (size Large, no pedals): 27 pounds, 12 ounces (12.6kg) So what exactly is different from the standard Stumpjumper FSR to the Stumpjumper FSR EVO?
What is the model year of the FSR expert Stumpjumper?
Product Specialized Stumpjumper FSR Expert Carbo Model Year 2013 Riding Type Trail Rider Unisex Sizes and Geometry S / 15.6, M / 16.9, L / 18.4, XL / 20.6
What is the travel of the 2013 Stumpjumper?
The 2013 Stumpjumper is available in 26er and 29er configurations. Travel is 140mm for the 26er and 130mm for the 29er. There also exists the more aggressive Stumpjumper EVO. It has a more descent friendly geometry and travel is at 150mm for the 26er and 135mm for the 29er.