Gone 2014 Specialized Stumpjumper 29 EVO XL $900

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  1. BmoreBandit

    BmoreBandit nomo B

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    Really solid bike. All bearings were replaced with full kit from Specialized last fall. Not many rides since. Also, chainstay had a dent and replaced at the same time. Shimano SLX brakes. Command seat post works great. Carbon RF bar and RF stem. New oval 28T chain ring (Absolute Black), cassette with couple rides on it (SRAM 10sp), chain and GX.
    Frequency i29 rear wheel with recently rebuilt DT Swiss 350 hub. Northshore grips. Work done professionally except bearings, I did that myself.
    Maxxis 2.5 DHF minion front, rear Maxxis Aggressor 2.3

    Very capable set up. Bike has been raced in proper PA races and I've never missed a podium on it. For reference I had 2018 Stumpy with both plus and 29 wheels and 2016 stumpy, both carbon, both weighed MORE than this bike (yes, I have a scale..no, I don't know why, thick carbon and heavy wheels?), were a lot bigger pain to dial in and I sold both to a nice loss because I could not get myself to like them better. Paint jobs were fabulous, though.

    Bike has no craks or funny noises and works great. Scratches and such from regular riding first couple years. Definitely not show room by any means.

    We had lots of good times and it helped make me a better rider but it doesn't see dirt much these days.

    Great choice for an aggressive trail rider and bike of the year in 2014 (and trails have not changed that much since).

    I am in BALTIMORE MD. I (or a shop) could box it and send it to you and there services readily avail for such things, it is not included in the price. Also, if agreement is made I am open to making an effort to get it closer to someone as I do get around.

    Thanks!

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  2. roma258

    roma258 Been here awhile

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    What size is it?
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  3. BmoreBandit

    BmoreBandit nomo B

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    Great question. I love it when people omit that little detail. XL. Post updated.
    @roma258 Roman, I'd say you're a medium:)
    And Drew B @spokexx is a Large, and could swing this.
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    roma258 Been here awhile

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    Heh, I could probably swing this, my current ride is a large Transition Smuggler, which might be a tiny bit too big but I can handle it and the specs are extremely close. In any case this is a good deal for someone looking for a back-up bike/beater for sure. Good luck!
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  5. BmoreBandit

    BmoreBandit nomo B

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    Thanks, man, I really think so. Cheap way to get out on some good trails.

    Smuggler is a fun bike. We should go ride sometime
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  6. bobfab

    bobfab Long timer Supporter

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    How big are you? Ideally what size riders should this fit?
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  7. BmoreBandit

    BmoreBandit nomo B

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    Hey, good morning.

    I am 6'2. Spec XL is bit on the smaller side in my book, I also have a little bigger stem on it to open it a bit more. I would say range would be 5'11 to 6'4. 5'11 still being in L territory but some people prefer a bigger rig (generally I do).
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