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New Bike: Specialized Stumpjumper FSR 2016

Okay, Specialized is one of the biggest player on the mountain biking world in all different scene, from road to downhill, they are already there. And in this medio 2015, Spez releases their newest model of their popular model, the Stumpjumper FSR 2016. The new Stumpjumper will be available in both 27.5 wheels and 29 wheels.
Spez makes many development for the new Stumpy, such as new frame design with the basic from the old Stumpy. The FSR is still the suspension system that they used for this bike, as reflected on the name of the bike, the Stumpjumper FSR 2016. But for the 2016, the EVO model on this Stumpy will be no more.
Specialized Stumpjumper FSR 2016 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 
The model of the new Stumpjumper both in 650b and 29er will be S-Works Carbon ($8,600), Expert Carbon ($5,900), Elite ($4,300), Comp Carbon ($3,800) and Comp ($2,900). But, maybe for following the new trend, Spez also build the Stumpjumper 2016 in the 27.5+ model.
On the frame design, this new Stumpjumper has many secret weapon, such as the hole under the bottle cage which is called "SWAT door" (SWAT; storage, water, air, tool). This hole is functionable, it can be used to keep the tool such as pump. 


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