First Look: 2016 Specialized Stumpjumper FSR 650B & 29

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Specialized's Stumpjumper FSR gets a ground up redesign for 2016, gaining a more aggressive attitude, an ultra short rear end, updated shock tune, and a wild-looking SWAT compartment hidden in the downtube. Sit back, listen to the highlights, see the updates, and read our initial impressions in this First Look feature.

2016 Stumpjumper FSR 650B and 29 Highlights


- Carbon and alloy models
- 150/135mm travel (650b/29)
- FSR suspension
- New seatstay and shock extension design
- Rx Trail shock tune
- Sealed cartridge bearings
- Integrated SWAT technology (carbon models only)
- Removable downtube protection
- 12x142mm rear end, 142+ wheels
- Slacker headtube angles at 67/67.5° (650b/29)
- Internal cable routing through molded carbon tubes
- 2X compatible with the Taco Blade
- New Command Post IRcc and wide Roval Traverse Fattie rims on all models

In Action




Geometry




650B Models and US Pricing


S-Works Carbon $8,600 // Expert Carbon $5,900 // Elite $4,300 // Comp Carbon $3,800 // Comp $2,900





29er Models and US Pricing


S-Works Carbon $8,900 // Expert Carbon $5,900 // Elite $4,300 // Comp Carbon $3,800 // Comp $2,900





Bikes are shipping now. Visit www.specialized.com for more details and complete specs. The Stumpjumper is also available in a 6Fattie (27.5+) model, as well as a women's version called the Rhyme.

Photos by Paris Gore and Specialized
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