Specialized Stumpjumper EVO Frameset - satin brushed aluminium-maroon/S3

Specialized Stumpjumper EVO Frameset

Item number: 94502

Specifications:

Application:
Enduro, All Mountain
Wheel Size:
29"
Travel:
150 mm
Size:
S2, S3, S4, S5
Front Triangle Material:
aluminium
Rear Triangle Material:
aluminium
Linkage Design:
Four-joint system (FSR)
Rear Shock:
Fox Float X Performance, EVOL Air Sleeve, 2-position lever with LSR adjustment

Technical Information:

Wheel Standard:
12 x 148 mm (Boost)
Axle Type:
12 mm thru-axle
Seatpost (Ø):
34.9 mm
Seatpost Clamp(Ø):
38.6 mm
Headset:
1 1/8" - 1.5" tapered
Recommended Steerer Tube:
1 1/8" - 1.5" tapered
Recommended Fork Axle to Crown:
571 mm
Recommended Fork Travel:
150 mm
Bottom Bracket Standard:
BSA
Shell Width:
73 mm
Brake Mount:
disc PM7 (direct mount 180 mm)
Front Derailleur Mount:
not possible
Rear Shock Eye-to-Eye Measurement:
210 mm
Rear Shock Stroke:
55 mm
Bottle Cage Mounts:
1

Approved For:

Weight Limit:
125 kg (rider + gear)
Rotor Size (max.):
180 mm
Tyre Size (max.):
29 x 2.5"
Chainrings:
1x
Chainring Size (max.):
34 T

Features:

  • powerful, efficient and agile trail frame
  • low and flat design, steeper seat tube angle
  • EVO geometry adjustable at six points: bottom bracket height high/low, head tube angle steep/medium/flat, option for 27.5" rear wheel
  • sealed cartridge bearing frame joints
  • complete internal cable routing
  • replaceable derailleur hanger
  • enlarged SWAT opening in the down tube

Technology:

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 optimal tube dimensions 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 571 mm)

S2:
Recommended Height:
157 - 173 cm
Stack:
617 mm
Reach:
428 mm
Seat Tube Length:
385 mm
Top Tube Length:
564 mm
Head Tube Length:
95 mm
Chainstay Length:
441 mm
Wheelbase:
1195 mm
Bottom Bracket Height:
340 mm
BB Drop:
35 mm
Seat Tube Angle:
77.6°
Head Tube Angle:
64.5°
Standover Height:
749 mm
Stem Length:
40 mm
Handlebar Width:
800 mm
Crank Arm Length:
170.0 mm
Saddle width:
155 mm
Seatpost adjustment travel:
150 mm
Seatpost Insertion Depth (max.):
190 mm
Seatpost Insertion Depth (min.):
100 mm

S3:
Recommended Height:
165 - 180 cm
Stack:
626 mm
Reach:
448 mm
Seat Tube Length:
405 mm
Top Tube Length:
590 mm
Head Tube Length:
105 mm
Chainstay Length:
441 mm
Wheelbase:
1219 mm
Bottom Bracket Height:
340 mm
BB Drop:
35 mm
Seat Tube Angle:
77.2°
Head Tube Angle:
64.5°
Standover Height:
757 mm
Stem Length:
50 mm
Handlebar Width:
800 mm
Crank Arm Length:
170.0 mm
Saddle width:
143 mm
Seatpost adjustment travel:
150 mm
Seatpost Insertion Depth (max.):
210 mm
Seatpost Insertion Depth (min.):
100 mm

S4:
Recommended Height:
173 - 188 cm
Stack:
635 mm
Reach:
475 mm
Seat Tube Length:
425 mm
Top Tube Length:
623 mm
Head Tube Length:
115 mm
Chainstay Length:
441 mm
Wheelbase:
1249 mm
Bottom Bracket Height:
340 mm
BB Drop:
35 mm
Seat Tube Angle:
76.9°
Head Tube Angle:
64.5°
Standover Height:
760 mm
Stem Length:
50 mm
Handlebar Width:
800 mm
Crank Arm Length:
170.0 mm
Saddle width:
143 mm
Seatpost adjustment travel:
180 mm
Seatpost Insertion Depth (max.):
230 mm
Seatpost Insertion Depth (min.):
100 mm

S5:
Recommended Height:
178 - 193 cm
Stack:
644 mm
Reach:
498 mm
Seat Tube Length:
445 mm
Top Tube Length:
647 mm
Head Tube Length:
125 mm
Chainstay Length:
451 mm
Wheelbase:
1288 mm
Bottom Bracket Height:
340 mm
BB Drop:
35 mm
Seat Tube Angle:
77°
Head Tube Angle:
64.5°
Standover Height:
784 mm
Stem Length:
50 mm
Handlebar Width:
800 mm
Crank Arm Length:
170.0 mm
Saddle width:
143 mm
Seatpost adjustment travel:
210 mm
Seatpost Insertion Depth (max.):
250 mm
Seatpost Insertion Depth (min.):
100 mm

Manufacturer Number:

76323-700

Contents:

  • 1 x Specialized Stumpjumper EVO frameset

  • 100 day return period
  • Online since 1998
  • Trusted Shop 4.84 / 5.00

Models:

  • satin brushed aluminium-maroon/S2, in stock
    1,037.79€
  • satin brushed aluminium-maroon/S3, in stock
    1,037.79€

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