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Specialized launch new carbon Stumpjumper Evo Pro | ENDURO Mountainbike Magazine

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Last spring, in the shadow of the conventional Stumpjumper, Specialized almost secretly launched the radical Stumpjumper EVO. With a geometry that rivalled many DH sleds it could not be more different from its trail focussed stablemate. It was first released as the Comp Alloy build. Now, almost a year later the wild Stumpy EVO goes carbon, in the form of the Stumpjumper Evo Pro.

Just like it’s alloy counterpart, the Stumpjumper Evo Pro is available with 27.5” and 29” wheels and in two frame sizes- S2 and S3. The Evo 275 model packs 150mm of rear wheel travel, and the Evo 29 sports 140mm out back. Both models come fitted with a 150mm travel fork up front.

Geometry of the Specialized Stumpjumper Evo Pro 29

Stumpjumper Evo 29 S2 Low BB S3 Low BB S2 High BB S3 High BB
Top tube 599 mm 635 mm 604 mm 639 mm
Head tube 100 mm 105 mm 100 mm 105 mm
Head angle 63.5° 63.5° 64° 64°
Seat angle 76° 75.6° 76° 75.6°
Chainstay 443 mm 443 mm 443 mm 443 mm
BB Drop 47 mm 47 mm 41 mm 41 mm
Wheelbase 1220 mm 1252 mm 1220 mm 1253 mm
Reach 445 mm 475 mm 450 mm 480 mm
Stack 619 mm 623 mm 616 mm 620 mm

Geometry of the Specialized Stumpjumper Evo Pro 27.5

Stumpjumper Evo 27.5 S2 Low BB S3 Low BB S2 High BB S3 High BB
Top tube 615 mm 647 mm 613 mm 645 mm
Head tube 110 mm 120 mm 110 mm 120 mm
Head angle 63.5° 63.5° 64° 64°
Seat angle 76° 75.6° 76.5° 76.1°
Chainstay 440 mm 440 mm 440 mm 440 mm
BB Drop 33 mm 33 mm 27 mm 27 mm
Wheelbase 1228 mm 1258 mm 1229 mm 1259 mm
Reach 465 mm 490 mm 470 mm 495 mm
Stack 601 mm 610 mm 598 mm 608 mm

The specifications of the Specialized Stumpjumper Evo Pro

Fork FOX 36 Performance Elite GRIP2 150mm
Shock FOX DHX2 Performance Elite
Brakes SRAM Code RSC, 200/200mm Rotors
Drivetrain SRAM GX Eagle
Rims Royal Traverse Carbon
Hubs Specialized (Front) DT Swiss 350 (Rear)
Tires Specialized Butcher 2.6 Grid Casing
Seatpost Command Post IRCC 160mm






Specialized have also released the alloy Stumpjumper Evo as a frame only option.

For more info head to specialized.com

Words: Finlay Anderson Photos: Specialized