колеса 29;материал рамы: карбон (углепластик);количество скоростей: 11;пол: унисекс;амортизация: двухподвесный, ход вилки 130 мм
Обзор:2019 Specialized S-Works Stumpjumper 29 (Creek Trail)
Specialized S-Works Stumpjumper HT Cup 2014 Mountain Bike reviews. See how the Specialized S-Works Stumpjumper HT World Cup 2014 rates and read other Mountain Bike reviews.
It combines handling, perfect suspension kinematics, and a complete abandon of proprietary nonsense with a slightly steeper geometry, less travel (130mm front/120mm rear), and 29-inch wheels to make it true trail bike.
Our design goal for the new Stumpjumper was simple—build the ultimate trail bike, one that feels.
Aug 29, 2016 · This Specialized S-Works Stumpjumper 29, which was raced in both the BCBR and Singletrack 6, is an unconventional stage-race setup.
My bike arrived with 29″ X 2.6″ Butchers as opposed to the bike which has 29″ X 2.3″ Butcher front, Purgatory rear combination.
As mentioned prior, measured in at 2.4” actual width. As the flagship bike, Specialized have unsurprisingly chosen Eagle XX1 for the drivetrain.
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Jun 10, 2013 · Stumpjumper S-Works FSR 29 Review.
their own words, the Stumpjumper was the bike Specialized built when they "wanted to farther and push the limits of what was possible on dirt.
XC, DH, trail—our mountain bikes cover every facet of riding.
made for riders by riders, with no detail dubbed small to perfect.
Маунтинбайкинг прошел долгий путь с момента дебюта Stumpjumper в 81-м, но одна вещь осталась неизменной: Stumpjumper FSR ссылка это совершенный трейловый велосипед.
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Маунтинбайкинг прошел долгий путь с момента дебюта Stumpjumper FSR в 81-м, но одна вещь осталась неизменной: Stumpjumper FSR - это совершенный трейловый велосипед.
This Saturday was a good opportunity for Estonian cycling fans, to try out Specialized 2014 bikes.
Specialized is one of the biggest bicycle companies in the world.
Sinyard started out importing Italian bike components that were difficult to find in the United States, but the company began to produce its own bike parts by 1976, starting with the Specialized Touring Tire.
In 1981, the company introduced its first two bikes, the Sequoia, a sport-touring design and the Allez, a road bike.
Specialized also introduced the first major production mountain bike in the world, the Stumpjumper, in 1981.
Like the Sequoia and Allez, the Stumpjumper was designed by Tim Neenan and based on an early Tom Ritchey design.
Specialized continues to produce bikes under the Stumpjumper name, including both hardtail and full-suspension models.
An original Stumpjumper is displayed in the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.
TEST THE BEST Specialized Concept Store Tallinn VO2 was the first bicycle retail in Estonia to offer bicycle testing in real conditions.
The point of TEST THE BEST event, is to bring truck filled with bikes, to local trail centre and let people try different road and MTB bikes for free in real conditions, not just parking lots.
I remember the first time in 2012, it was a very rainy day and hands were a bit that time, because I worked there: TEST THE BEST 2012 — Photo: Jaak Ennuste Last autumn I skipped the testing, but this spring I felt urge to see, what Specialized has for 2014.
At first I wanted to find out, which bikes will they bring this time.
My biggest interests were Epic and Camber.
Even their cars look really beautiful: Photo: Specialized VO2 Weather was nice and sunny, despite cold wind, which made temperature quite low 10ºC 50ºF.
But I was there with взято отсюда happy mood, ready to see, what Specialized offers to us this time.
Specialized always rocks with their customer service.
Water, to fill up your bottle,candies, bananas, wiener — all that to make sure you have a lot of energy, to try the bikes.
That FSR was XL, but the handlebar was sitting a bit too high even for me.
That makes an awesome tire combo for more aggressive riding and harder terrain, but for trails, were this FSR was tested, those tires are a bit overkill.
For those trails, 2.
Carbon rims and light weight 1570g according to Specializedmakes Roval Control Trail SL wheelset noticeably stiff.
I am big fan of Specialized.
They save weight and makes tubeless taping process easier.
Their levelers look more like clothes racks.
And feel like clothes racks also.
I prefer straighter type of levelers like Shimano or Avid.
Custom Formula T1 Racing Cockpit I like to have my bars wide.
My Spark has 740mm, so I was missing a bit of wideness.
Other than that, I like the shape of the Specialized mini risers.
Specialized XC Mini-Riser, carbon, 720mm wide, 10mm rise, 10-backsweep, 6-upsweep, For ass Specialized knows how to make saddles.
Since I tried it for the first time, Henge is the most comfortable MTB saddle for my ass.
Command post is also one fun thing.
I only Command Post for jumping, that is the only place were it is possible to crush your nuts with a high seat.
Specialized 143mm Henge and Command Post Fork On the front, there is 130mm FOX 34 CTD Climb-Trail-Descent Kashima, with factory tuning.
I was crying for remote lock-out, because our climbs and descents are so short, that it is very uncomfortable to set it from Climb to Descent, 2 times in a minute.
And if you set it Trail, then it is still bit too soft, you could see and feel the fork below you moving and using your valuable energy.
Other than that, the fork felt bottomless.
I pushed it as hard as I could, without bottoming.
That 34 is a very smooth fork, made me want to try 32 CTD on my Spark.
FOX 34 CTD looking good Shock Specialized is known for their brain technology.
Simplified, suspension knows when to lock, and when to move.
To get the real idea, you should watch this video: Setting up the rear shock is the easiest thing ever thanks to Specialized Auto Sag.
You just pump the shock up, sit on the bike, and let out all the extra air, through the valve beneath the red cap on the picture shown: Specialized Brain I could say, there are two of people.
It depends very much of your riding style.
I am a rider, who likes to play around on a bike a lot.
This includes bunnyhops, pumping through holes, popping from one root to another and so on.
Of course you can open it up, 2014 brain has 4 clicks, but then you will lose the pedaling efficiency.
So brain, is not my taste.
But it can be yours.
But even with opened brain, FSR is really pedaling friendly suspension system.
SWAT For 2014 Specialized introduced convenient for carrying necessities while riding.
More info about SWAT on.
Chain tool and chain link — all inside top cap On the trail I tried to find the bike weight, ссылка на подробности I could not.
Bottomless suspension and a bit too tough tire pattern formade it feel like 13-14kg bike.
That bike definitely was fast.
When hitting a узнать больше and steep section, this bike really home like home.
In steep sections you understood, why the FSR is made.
To conclude In my opinion SJ FSR is a downhill bike, which can climb well.
It is capable of going big.
With right setup you can adapt it for Estonia, but Camber or Epic would be reasonable here.
SJ FSR is meant for people, who want to ride up a hill for 3 hours, then open up the suspension and go back down, as fast as you can.
As I mentioned, I tried Epic also, so stay tuned for Epic review!!
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