2014 S-Works Stumpjumper FSR 29

For trail riders seeking the ultimate thrill both up and down the mountain, the S-Works Stumpjumper FSR 29 delivers more than anyone expected.  We have a size large in the store right now – come check it out!  Here are a few of the features and bike parts you’ll love about this bike:

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2014 S-Works Stumpjumper FSR 29

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At a hair over 26 pounds, this 5 inch travel 29er weighs the same or less than most XC 29ers.

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A single chainring provides excellent clearance.

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Sram’s XX1 drive train with a Type-2 derailleur provides the ideal ratio for every trail while also staying silent.

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The S-Works carbon frame keeps the bike light, strong and ridiculously stiff.

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Super-still S-Works cranks and a no-chainguide XX1 ring keep things light and efficient.

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An internally routed Command Post keeps the seat out of your way when the going gets extra rough.

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A Kashima coated Fox fork keeps your front wheel smoothly doing exactly as you tell it.

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The Italian stoppers are about the only thing than can keep thing bike from flying!

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Formula’s new T1 provide excellent stopping power and modulation.

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Roval Control Trail SL carbon hoops are the perfect match for a bike that’s just as stiff, light and tough as they are.

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Specialized’s infamous Brain technology keeps the rear end stiff when you want it and plush when you need it, all without making a single adjustment.

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A Kashima coated Fox Futureshock with Brain technology keeps the rear wheel firmly planted on the trail.

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FSR suspension keeps the bike going uphill and downhill as fast as you can make it go.

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