2016 Specialized Stumpjumper 29 & 650b in stock!

New SJ 2016Mountain biking has come a long way since Specialized first debuted the Stumpjumper in 1981, but one thing’s stayed the same for decades: The Stumpjumper FSR is the ultimate trail bike. For 2016, it solidifies its position as the best handling and most efficient trail bike in history with revolutionary new technology like the proprietary Rx Trail shock tune, never been done before fully integrated SWAT technology, 650b and 29er options, the shortest chainstays of any trail bike out there, and an even slacker, trail-eating geometry. Add it all up and you have a bike that’s ready for anything that the trail can throw at it.

The 2016 Stumpjumper inspires confidenceStumpjumper2016 over any terrain with roomy top tubes and a
slack head tube. The trail specific geometry ensures maximum efficiency, with short chain stays to enhance power while keeping the rear end tight for nimble handling capabilities.

Stumpjumper SWAT compartmentThe new bikes also feature the Specialized SWAT technology. Featured models include everything you need for on-the-fly trail repairs. There is an integrated chain breaker in the top cap, a multi tool that fits snugly in the top tube of the frame and the newly designed SWAT door that opens to a compartment inside the carbon frame which is big enough to stow a tube, a pump, a tool and much more!

Come by the shop and check out these amazing new models; we have 650b and 29ers in stock now and available for demo.

2016 Stumpjumper 650b
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