The new 2021 Stumpjumper mountain bikes from Specialized have all new geometry and sizing options and are more trail friendly than ever:

The legend that is Stumpjumper lives on, and is better than ever in it’s latest incarnation. For 2021 Specialized have gone all out to produce a bike at the lightest possible weight without sacrificing any durability and stiffness, with geometry that’s fun to ride for all.

Available in six style-specific sizes, and both carbon and alloy models the new Stumpjumper offers a range of options to suit all trail riders.

The low bottom bracket, slack headtube angle and reduced fork offset keep things stable in the rough, while giving you a lively and responsive ride, and head tube angle and bottom bracket height can be adjusted using the Flip Chip on the shock eyelet.

The Stumpjumper’s 140mm front and 130mm rear suspension is super technical trail worthy without feeling over-biked, which can be a risk with heavier hitting rigs on flowy trails.

Carbon models use a one piece rear triangle with flex pivot for the lightest weight possible, while the alloy models retain the tried and tested Horst pivot.

The Sidearm chassis minimizes twist and and allows Specialized to create a super strong frame with exceptional ride quality that’s still incredibly light.

The SWAT™ door on carbon framed models is a great touch. A simple pull and twist of the bottle cage reveals a downtube storage compartment with enough space to store 22oz of water in an included, specifically designed bladder, or some tubes and a rain jacket.

A new ribbed chainstay protector silences your ride when things get bumpy.

New S-sizing is all about giving you a choice dependant on how you ride.

If you are looking for a fun and truly versatile trail bike that’s forgiving through the rough stuff but light and lively through twists and turns, take a look at the new Stumpjumper.

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