And the all-new 2021 Specialized Stumpjumper is your singletrack soulmate, the ultimate flow finder. With the combination of the lightweight DNA of the Epic EVO with the benchmark handling and capability of the Stumpjumper EVO, the new Stumpjumper climbs and accelerates like it has a motor, descends with authority, and flat out tears through every conceivable trail condition. There’s never been an all-round trail bike this light, this efficient, this capable. Shop Stumpjumper >
Singletrack Flow Finder
Combine the pure speed DNA of the Epic EVO with the benchmark capability of the new Stumpjumper EVO and you end up with the lightest, most efficient, and most capable 130/140mm trail bike around.
The Stumpjumper EVO is your seat in the eye of the hurricane, delivering unprecedented control, capability and adjustability, along with unexpected climb-ability from a 150/160mm trail bike.
A New Frame
The full S-4 Stumpjumper frame assembly (barely) tips the scales at an unbelievable 5.3 lbs (2,420g). The Stumpy punches above its weight, setting the bar for mid-travel trail bikes in handling characteristics, pedaling efficiency and trail toughness.
The FlipChip lets you adjust the bike to your style and the terrain by changing the bottom bracket height by 7mm and headtube angle by one-half degree. Low and lax delivers more stability, while high and steep makes for a more nimble ride.
The Missing Link
The pivotless seatstay/chainstay of the Stumpjumper they were able to ditch 55-grams of hardware, enhance lateral chassis stiffness, reduce maintenance, and precisely match suspension kinematics and chassis stiffness. Lateral and torsional behavior is improved by eliminating the flex intrinsic to mechanical pivots.
130mm of Rx-Tuned rear travel delivers a ride feel that is lively and balanced, yet capable of absorbing big hits unlike any other mid-travel trail bike. Thanks to the combination of the progressive leverage ratio and mildly progressive spring rate what you feel on the trail is a playful, snappy ride for the first two-thirds of travel, then - thanks to the increasing spring rate - excellent bump force management and resistance to bottoming in big events.
Six sizes, all with similar headtube lengths and standover allow you to choose the size that best suits your individual style. Smaller S-Size numbers are going to be more nimble, thanks to their shorter reach and front-center measurement, while bigger S-Sizes deliver more stability and a roomier ride.