Big wheels equal big fun with Specialized's Stumpjumper Comp 29er. This top-notch hardtail features a lightweight, strong M5-aluminum frame that soars up the climbs and a RockShox Reba RL fork that offers 95mm of precision bump control through the rough stuff. The 29-inch Roval wheels spin like a dream, while the 2x10-speed Shimano/SRAM drivetrain provides flawless shifting. Shimano Deore disc brakes provide confidence on steep descents and offer speed modulation to let you go faster and brake later. Plus, the Stumpy comes with a full spread of Specialized aluminum components that achieve the rare trifecta of lightness, strength, and durability to maximize your riding fun.
|Frame||Specialized M5 aluminum, internal cable routing, 142 x 12mm thru-axle|
|Fork||RockShox Reba RL 29 Solo Air, 95mm-travel (Small: 80mm) w/lockout, tapered steerer and 15mm thru-axle|
|Hubs||Specialized Hi Lo disc|
|Spokes||DT Swiss Industry, stainless-steel|
|Tires||Specialized 2Bliss ready; Front: S-Works Fast Trak 29 x 2.2; Rear: Fast Trak Control 29 x 2.0|
|Bottom Bracket||SRAM PressFit 30|
|Front Derailleur||SRAM X7|
|Rear Derailleur||Shimano XT Shadow Plus, SGS cage|
|Rear Cogs||SRAM PG-1030, 10-speed: 11-36|
|Tape/Grips||Specialized Sip Grip, lock-on|
|Brakes||Shimano Deore, hydraulic-disc|
|Saddle||Body Geometry Phenom Comp, 143mm wide|
* Subject to change without notice.
|Option||Barcode||Manufacturer's Part Number||Store SKU|
|Satin Black/White / Medium||00888818053421||91316-5003||SJH33698494M|
|Gloss Rocket Red/Black/Dirty White / Large||00888818053742||91316-5204||STU43405603D|
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Been riding the bike for about a year now. I don't do much technical stuff but do like to cruise the bike paths and around the local parks. Overall the bike handles well but from the time I left the dealer the disc brakes, especially the rear, have made lots of noise....to the point where people turn around to stare when they hear me stopping. These are formula One brakes which I've been told are not the greatest. The dealer says there is nothing they can do to get rid of the grinding and sweaking sounds. I previously owned a different brand with Shimano disc brakes and they made no noise what so ever! If this was a common problem with this bike I think there would be lots of comments about it but I don't see too many. I think this is only a problem with a few like mine. Not going to deal with it much longer and am planning on selling soon. I don't think a bike at this price point should have these problems. Especially that supposedly can't be fixed.
This bike is insanely fast. It accelerates incredibly well. The guys @ Bicycles Inc. in Southlake, TX were right on point with their descriptive analysis. Thank you!!! – I look forward more than ever in riding by Stumpjumper Comp 29er. It certainly gives me an edge when it comes to staying competitive or getting the most out of your ride.
This bike is light and fast. I needed to make some minor changes to fit my body and riding style, but if this bike fits you off the rack, go for it. My stem and handle bars brought me too far down and forward. A new stem from Ritchie, all the spacers that will fit, and a different handlebar, (Specialized 7050 SL 'riser') now has my fit right. I also changed out the crankset, I do some street riding here in Bellingham and like to try and get the bike over 35MPH as often as possible. I now have a 44/32/22. My granny gear will take you up anything you can walk up. Brakes stop you fast, everything is fine. Cannot compare it to anything else give I was replacing a 22 year old Raleigh rigid. P.S. Didn't like the saddle, and changed it out to a Brooks.
This bike is light, well equipped, and fast. I gave it four stars because when the handlebars spin around, it chips the paint on the frame and looks bad. The stem needs to be shorter or something because this is really annoying. Other than that, good, sturdy bike. I would recommend it to anyone looking for a nice hardtail. This bike is worth the extra $200 from the Crave Expert.
I weighed the carbon and aluminum and the AL was a couple of ounces less and It even had a set of pedals on it. Anyway, this bike is a climber. I love the controls, they are a different feel w/the SRAM, but they work awesome and I need a little practice using them. Very quick agile bike that can carry a big old fat man like myself. I give it a 10!
I am back to being a Specialized fan! The geometry is so good on this frame that I am confident in saying that this is the best handling and most compliant aluminum 29er I have ever ridden. The more I ride it, the more confident I am at pushing myself faster in XC downhill sections as well as corners. I did have a front wheel issue dealing with looseness in the hub, but It was taken care of with a new front wheel and no hassle. My LBS and Specialized had great customer support. (Thank You) Bottom bracket should receive the same smooth weld technique that the rest of the frame has. (The only thing I think could be improved on for appearance)
I love this bike,Its fast and lite,Great bike for single tracks climbs excellent.
Great bike for Long Island trails. Complete package. Add pedals and go. 24lb. mens large HT 29er. Great sales and service at my LBS.
I got the 2012 in May. I can't stay off it. This bike climbs like a monkey and jumps like Spud Webb. The big wheels smooth out the rocks&roots. The light weight makes for easy air and powering through berms. I'm 39ï»? and this summer I'm ridin' like I'm 19. It's gotta be the bike!
I have owned my Stumpjumper HT Comp for just over a year without any problems with frame or components. The spec is right on. The bike is incredibly fast yet still very comfortable. I switched out the crank to a 2x10 and had no problems. I would definitely recommend this bike for XC racing, XC riding and trail riding. It works great in Florida and I am looking forward to trips to North Carolina and Georgia later this summer so I can put the climbing to the test.