THIS IS THE FIRST RIDE OF A 2019 SPECIALIZED STUMPJUMPER TO KNOW THE FEATURES OF THIS MTB
The Specialized Stumpjumper has been through many changes and for the year 2019 it has another complete redesign as the Californian company undertake as the speed rapidly changing its mountain bike trends. With a different frame design, this is a bike that performs as good as it looks. It is more competent than on challenging trails, yet it is still lightweight and playful. The new Stump is one of the most-wanted-bikes of the season. There are three options of Stumpjumper to choose from. The first one is Stumpjumper Short Travel (ST) which replaces the Camber. The second is a regular long travel Stumpjumper. Lastly, the Stumpjumper Evo makes a return after being retired. The commentator says that,
“First debuted in 1981, the Specialized Stumpjumper is one of the most iconic mountain bikes in the world. In fact, it was the first full production mountain bike to be sold to the general public. The original Stumpy with its steel frame and 26” wheels is unrecognizable to the high tech carbon model that sits in front of us today.”
The all-new Specialized Stumpjumper 2019 at 2:30. The narrator says that,
“Stumpjumper received a complete makeover for 2019 featuring an all-new frame concept as well as new suspension tune specialized continued to use their FS our suspension but revamped it with metric shock sizing and in-house rx tuned rider.”
The first ride and the first impression of the newly launched Stumpjumper at 4:38.
The Stumpjumper ST merge a 130mm fork with 120mm rear travel on 29” wheels while the 27.5” version has 130mm front and rear. The standard Stumpjumper has 150mm front and 140mm rear travel with 29” wheels, and 150mm at both ends with 27.5” wheels. The Evo has the same travel as the standard Stumpjumper but the key difference is in the geometry. Geometry is one of the hot issue in mountain bike design nowadays, and the Stumpjumper has longer and sluggard. Shorter stems have been specified across the range and short seat tubes to allow for longer dropper posts.
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