Specialized Stumpjumper EVO Expert Carbon 29"/27.5" Mountain Bike - 2024 Model - satin metallic spruce-dark moss/S4

Specialized Stumpjumper EVO Expert Carbon 29"/27.5" Mountain Bike - 2024 Model

Item number: 93343

The Specialized Stumpjumper EVO Expert Carbon mountain bike for maximum fun on trails


The Stumpjumper EVO Expert from Specialized is a mullet-style carbon mountain bike with an electronic SRAM GX Eagle Transmission AXS groupset and Code Silver Stealth four-piston brakes. The 29-inch front wheel ensures a smooth ride and the 27.5-inch rear wheel provides agility so that you benefit from ideal handling. A Fox 36 suspension fork and a Fox X2 rear shock from the Performance Elite series are responsible for the suspension and provide you with 150 or 160 mm of travel at the front and 150 mm at the rear. The bike's geometry can be fine-tuned even more than that of the " normal" Stumpjumper. Horst Link flip-chips allow you to adjust the bottom bracket height and the head tube angle with interchangeable headset cups, so that you can adapt the bike very precisely to your preferences and riding style. A flat head tube angle, a rather steep seat tube angle and small fork offset ensure excellent handling even in difficult terrain. Using Rider-First Engineered technology, the ride characteristics have been specifically adapted to each frame size. The SWAT opening in the down tube provides storage space for tools and other small items that you no longer need to attach to the frame with straps.

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Specifications:

Application:
All Mountain, Enduro
Wheel Size:
Scaled Sizing
Front Travel:
150 mm (S1), 160 mm (S2 - S6)
Rear Travel:
150 mm
Sizes:
S1, S2, S3, S4, S5, S6
Front Triangle Material:
carbon (11m)
Rear Triangle Material:
carbon (11m)

Components:

Frame:
Specialized Stumpjumper, FACT carbon, asymmetric design, 29/27.5" Trail Geometry, SWAT technology, sealed cartridge bearings, internal cable routing, 12 x 148 mm (Boost)
Fork:
Fox Racing Shox Float 36 Performance Elite, GRIP2 damper, 44 mm offset, 15 x 110 mm (Boost)
Stem:
Specialized Trail, aluminium, 35 mm handlebar clamp
Handlebars:
Specialized Trail, aluminium (7050), 8° backsweep, 6° upsweep, 30 mm rise, 35 mm clamp
Grips:
Deity Lockjaw
Rear Shock:
Fox Racing Shox Float X2 Performance Elite, Rx Trail Tune, EVOL, 2-position lever Open/Firm, HSC, LSC, HSR, LSR, 210 x 50 mm (S1) / 210 x 55 mm (S2 - S6)
Remote System:
none
Headset:
Specialized S182500005
Seatpost:
OneUp Components V2, MMX Remote, 34.9 mm, stroke: 120 mm (S1) / 150 mm (S2, S3) / 180 mm (S4) / 210 mm (S5, S6)
Saddle:
Specialized Bridge Comp, hollow CrMo steel struts
Crank:
SRAM GX Eagle DUB, with SRAM DUB Wide BSA 73 mm bottom bracket and aluminium guards, 32 teeth
Pedals:
none
Brakes:
SRAM Code Silver Stealth, 4 piston, hydraulic disc brake, 200 mm/200 mm
Shift Lever:
SRAM AXS POD Controller
Rear Derailleur:
SRAM GX Eagle Transmission
Cassette:
SRAM GX Eagle Transmission, 10-52 tooth
Chain:
SRAM GX Eagle Transmission Flattop, 12-speed
Rims:
Roval Traverse, aluminium, 30 mm jaw width, 28 hole (front) / 32 hole (rear)
Spokes:
Sapim Force
Front Hub:
DT Swiss 370, 28 holes, 15 x 110 mm
Rear Hub:
DT Swiss 370, 32 holes, 12 x 148 mm
Front Tyre:
Specialized Butcher, Grid Trail casing, GRIPTON® T9 rubber compound, 2Bliss Ready, 29 x 2.3"
Rear Tyre:
Specialized Eliminator, Grid Trail casing, GRIPTON T7 rubber compound, 27.5 x 2.3"

Approved For:

Weight Limit:
109 kg (total load)
Rotor Size (max.):
220 mm (rear)
Tyre Size (max.):
27.5 x 2.5" (rear wheel)
Chainrings:
1x
Chainring Size (max.):
1x 34-tooth

Features:

  • efficient and lively trail bike in mullet set-up with SRAM GX Eagle Transmission groupset
  • 29-inch front wheel for smooth running and control, 27.5-inch rear wheel for playful agility
  • with electronic shifters for a clean look
  • maintenance-friendly SRAM GX Eagle Transmission AXS groupset for precise, optimised shifting thanks to direct mounting of the rear derailleur on the wheel axle
  • low and flat design, fork with little offset, rather steep seat tube angle
  • adjustable EVO geometry: bottom bracket height high / low, head tube angle steep / medium / flat
  • improved anti-squat behaviour
  • sealed cartridge bearing frame joints
  • complete internal cable routing
  • SWAT box in the down tube opens up storage space for important repair utensils
  • aluminium seatpost clamp 38.6 mm
  • standard tubes with Presta valve

Technology:

FACT
FACT is an acronym for " Functional Advanced Composite Technology" and summarises all the know-how that Specialized has in the use of carbon fibre. It is a holistic approach, which primarily concerns the bike frames, but is found in many components such as handlebars, stems, saddles etc. The starting point is always the awareness for the needs of riders and the capability to fulfil them. Next, the selection of fibres, resins and fabric layers takes place; in this process the quality of the carbon and the arrangement of the fibre layers play an important role. It is important to find the right set-up for the project at hand and the intended location or rather the area of application. It is often necessary to differentiate from model to model at several points. In the final step, attention is paid to processing the material in a way that allows the desired advantages in terms of low weight, rigidity and stability to be achieved.

Stumpjumper EVO Trail Geometry
Stumpjumper EVO bikes from Specialized can be set up in six different ways so that the geometry fits your riding preferences. Three headset cups (Steep, Middle, Slack) allow the head tube angle to be varied by 2 degrees, and Horst-Link flip chips allow the bottom bracket to be raised by 7 mm. A damper link is also optionally available, which allows you to set it up as a mullet - with 29" front wheel and 27.5" rear wheel. Another important feature of the Stumpjumper EVO is the S-sizing - a frame size classification that takes into account not only your inner leg length, but also your technical riding ability. Here Specialized employs Sidearm Design, an asymmetric shock mount that contributes to the stiffness and agility of the bike without increasing its weight.

FSR
The Specialized FSR linkage design is based on a four-joint design with Horst Link in the chainstay, which separates the seat stay from the main pivot point of the rear triangle. This allows the pedal and brake force to be decoupled from the suspension, so that the compression and rebound are solely dependent on the nature of the terrain. This not only converts more energy into forward drive which is direct and without rocking, but also leads to more traction and thus more control. In addition, the FSR system can be fine-tuned to all the possible areas of applications and terrains.

Rider-First Engineered
Rider-First Engineered describes the design approach used by Specialized to precisely match each frame size to the target group. Simply put, smaller frames for smaller riders are built in a different way than larger frames for larger riders. This is done on the basis of performance parameters determined in practical tests, taking into account the forces acting on different areas of the bike when riders of different sizes ride it. Based on this analysis, the optimum tube dimensions and the appropriate carbon fibre covering for the respective frame size are determined. This way you can be sure that no matter what your height is, you will receive a bike that delivers optimal and controllable performance suited to your size.

SWAT
SWAT is the acronym for " Storage, Water, Air, Tools" and describes a whole range of solutions that Specialized offers for space-saving accessories. There are SWAT elements that are built into Specialized frames from the get-go, such as the opening below the bottle cage on certain mountain and gravel bikes. And there are SWAT components which can be retrofitted to any wheel, e.g. the Conceal Carry Tool or the EMT Cage Mount Tools for SWAT bottle cages. The aim is to always use an existing, unused space to carry accessories such as drinking bottles, inner tubes, tools or CO2 cartridges, while being within easy reach, in a safe space and without impairing the aerodynamics. This often results in backpacks or bags being out of the question and emergency solutions such as spare tubes tied to the frame are something that everyone wants to avoid.

Geometry:

(based on a fork axle to crown length of 561 mm (S1) / 571 mm (S2 - S6), high bottom bracket height and medium head tube angle)
S1:
Recommended Height:
150 - 160 cm
Stack:
613 mm
Reach:
408 mm
Seat Tube Length:
385 mm
Effective Top Tube Length:
538 mm
Head Tube Length:
95 mm
Chainstay Length:
436 mm
Wheelbase:
1165 mm
Bottom Bracket Height:
335 mm
BB Drop:
40 mm
Seat Tube Angle:
78°
Head Tube Angle:
64.5°
Standover Height:
733 mm
Stem Length:
40 mm
Handlebar Width:
780 mm
Crank Arm Length:
165.0 mm
Saddle width:
155 mm

S2:
Recommended Height:
157 - 173 cm
Stack:
617 mm
Reach:
428 mm
Seat Tube Length:
385 mm
Effective Top Tube Length:
564 mm
Head Tube Length:
95 mm
Chainstay Length:
436 mm
Wheelbase:
1189 mm
Bottom Bracket Height:
340 mm
BB Drop:
35 mm
Seat Tube Angle:
77.6°
Head Tube Angle:
64.5°
Standover Height:
764 mm
Stem Length:
40 mm
Handlebar Width:
800 mm
Crank Arm Length:
170.0 mm
Saddle width:
155 mm

S3:
Recommended Height:
165 - 180 cm
Stack:
626 mm
Reach:
448 mm
Seat Tube Length:
405 mm
Effective Top Tube Length:
590 mm
Head Tube Length:
105 mm
Chainstay Length:
436 mm
Wheelbase:
1214 mm
Bottom Bracket Height:
340 mm
BB Drop:
35 mm
Seat Tube Angle:
77.2°
Head Tube Angle:
64.5°
Standover Height:
763 mm
Stem Length:
40 mm
Handlebar Width:
800 mm
Crank Arm Length:
170.0 mm
Saddle width:
143 mm

S4:
Recommended Height:
173 - 188 cm
Stack:
635 mm
Reach:
475 mm
Seat Tube Length:
425 mm
Effective Top Tube Length:
623 mm
Head Tube Length:
115 mm
Chainstay Length:
436 mm
Wheelbase:
1245 mm
Bottom Bracket Height:
340 mm
BB Drop:
35 mm
Seat Tube Angle:
76.9°
Head Tube Angle:
64.5°
Standover Height:
762 mm
Stem Length:
40 mm
Handlebar Width:
800 mm
Crank Arm Length:
170.0 mm
Saddle width:
143 mm

S5:
Recommended Height:
178 - 193 cm
Stack:
644 mm
Reach:
498 mm
Seat Tube Length:
445 mm
Effective Top Tube Length:
647 mm
Head Tube Length:
125 mm
Chainstay Length:
446 mm
Wheelbase:
1283 mm
Bottom Bracket Height:
340 mm
BB Drop:
35 mm
Seat Tube Angle:
77°
Head Tube Angle:
64.5°
Standover Height:
767 mm
Stem Length:
50 mm
Handlebar Width:
800 mm
Crank Arm Length:
170.0 mm
Saddle width:
143 mm

S6:
Recommended Height:
188 - 203 cm
Stack:
654 mm
Reach:
528 mm
Seat Tube Length:
465 mm
Effective Top Tube Length:
679 mm
Head Tube Length:
135 mm
Chainstay Length:
446 mm
Wheelbase:
1317 mm
Bottom Bracket Height:
340 mm
BB Drop:
35 mm
Seat Tube Angle:
77°
Head Tube Angle:
64.5°
Standover Height:
770 mm
Stem Length:
50 mm
Handlebar Width:
800 mm
Crank Arm Length:
175.0 mm
Saddle width:
143 mm

Manufacturer Number:

satin metallic spruce-dark moss:
96324-31

Shipping Notice:

The shipment is sent pre-assembled by a forwarding agent.
The delivery time is extended by 2-5 days, depending on the overall volume of orders.
For individual consultation, please contact our customer service team.

Contents:

  • 1 x Specialized Stumpjumper EVO Expert Carbon 29" /27.5" mountain bike

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  • Online since 1998
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Models:

  • satin metallic spruce-dark moss/S1, out of stock – back in stock soon
    4,924.96€
  • satin metallic spruce-dark moss/S2, in stock
    4,924.96€
  • satin metallic spruce-dark moss/S3, in stock
    4,924.96€
  • satin metallic spruce-dark moss/S4, in stock
    4,924.96€
  • satin metallic spruce-dark moss/S5, in stock
    4,924.96€
  • satin metallic spruce-dark moss/S6, out of stock – back in stock soon
    4,924.96€

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