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Review Summaries for the Specialized Stumpjumper MTB

In this section we have summarised reviews on several of the Specialized Stumpjumper bike models, including the the Specialized Stumpjumper FSR, the Specialized Stumpjumper S-Works, and the Specialized Stumpjumper Carbon. We have found 5 reviews on this bike range, on well-known cycling websites and also a collection of customer reviews on cycle retailers' sites. Its also possible to check the review history to some extent, so we've included some of those. You can also check for discount sales and compare prices from over 10 top cycle shops.

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Specialized Stumpjumper Expert Carbon 29 2018 Mountain Bike Light Blue - M
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Specialized Stumpjumper Expert Carbon 650b 2018 Mountain Bike Light Blue - L
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Specialized S-works Stumpjumper 650b Mountain Bike 2018 L - Satin Gloss Carbon/Hyper Green
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Specialized Stumpjumper Expert 29er Mountain Bike 2019 Storm Grey/Red
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Specialized Stumpjumper Expert 275 Mountain Bike 2019 Storm Grey/Red
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Specialized Stumpjumper FSR

Mountain Bike Rider from 2015 for the Specialized Stumpjumper FSR, (covers the Comp Evo model) and comments on the suspension, particularly the rear which is easy to adjust while riding and copes brilliantly on twisty, tight unpredictable tracks. Also the Specialized Stumpjumper FSR review mentions the riding position: that features tried and tested geometry and a low bottom bracket, giving confidence to ride as hard and fast as you want and in addition, the handling which is balanced and predictable with the benefit of being able to improve by upgrading the front fork. Overall this reviewer gives the bike a 5.0/5 rating.

Amongst the reviews is one from Bike Radar from 2015 (covering the Elite 650b model) and mentioning the responsiveness, which is at a high level especially when navigating technical trails, gaps and switchbacks. This review also mentions the all round ability: that is apparent on anything from long cross country rides to short sharp and bendy downhill trails and the riding enjoyment in that this bike is fun to play with whether you jump it into the air or pop it around sharp corners. This review includes a rating of 3.5/5.

Specialized Stumpjumper S-Works

There is a review from from 2015 (covering the FSR model) which firstly emphasises the balanced ride, that makes the bike easy to manoeuvre on most types of trail ride, whether drifting corners or navigating rock gardens. Also mentioned in this review is the descents: that are really easy to control because of the excellent active suspension design, with the option of using a middle trail mode on longer climbs, combined with the downtube storage which is the latest development for making the carrying of spares easier, as you can stuff quite a large variety of useful things in there.

Specialized Stumpjumper Carbon

Enduro MTB Magazine from 2016 (covers the FSR Expert model) and comments on the speed on trails, as this bike just flows over small bumps and the suspension progresses smoothly on rougher terrain, giving a balance between comfort and fun. Also the review mentions the responsiveness: as a result of the geometry making the bike easy to handle and the tuning of the rear suspension to give stability and in addition, the climbing that is made easy with the combination of the lightweight carbon frame coupled with a sensible level of stiffness.

There is a review from Vital MTB from (covering the FSR Comp 650b model) which firstly emphasises the climbing ability, that revealed a stable front end even on steep ascents, so it isn't necessary to get right above the bars and the rear stayed glued down. Also mentioned in this review is the fun descending: which resulted from the compact chainstay design and the ease of control, allowing all sorts of ways of playing with the ride for great entertainment, combined with the balanced ride that will allow mountain bikers to tackle just about any trail, whether fast and flowing or moderately rough.

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