The Stumpjumper EVO Elite Alloy is a new bike in the Specialized lineup, and it’s paying homage to mountain biking roots. While the trend has certainly been towards carbon fiber, aluminum still has its time and place, especially when it comes to cost. Specialized was able to add some serious value to the EVO Elite Alloy with the suspension aficionado in mind. This build also features the same adjustable head tube angle, 150mm of travel, the adaptability of S-Sizing, and SWAT™ Door integration as the more spendy carbon version.
What Sets The EVO Elite Alloy Apart?
As mentioned before, this build packs in a ton of value when it comes to the suspension package. Featuring a FOX Factory Series 36 fork and FLOAT DPX2 Factory shock, the total value on just the suspension alone is over $1600. The FOX Factory Series is designed to exceed the demands of pro-level riders and feature that slippery smooth, ultra-durable Genuine Kashima Coat. As mentioned earlier, this build comes with many of the same features as its carbon counterpart, our favorite being the SWAT™ Door integration. You’ll never need to wear a backpack again, maybe just an EVOC hip bag.
Who Is The Stumpy EVO Elite Alloy For?
As cliche as it sounds, the Stumpy EVO Elite Alloy is really a do it all bike. It climbs and descends and is best suited for enduro-style riders who are going to pedal all the way up and then descend all the way down. It would be able to handle the bike park, shuttle laps, the whole enchilada, white ranch, enchanted forest, and more. For those who want a bike they can climb but won’t hold them back on the descent, the Stumpy EVO Elite is it. If you geek out over suspension, then look no further than the Stumpjumper EVO Elite Alloy.
Why Chose The Stump EVO Elite Alloy
This bike is for the enduro rider who does not want to compromise when it comes to suspension. It’s a bike for the person that wants all of the latest features common on today’s mountain bikes including adjustable geometry, integrated bike storage, sleek internal cable routing, a 12-speed drive train, etc. We think the combination of these features makes for a kick *** mountain bike at a reasonable price point. Act soon though, there is only one left in stock! Call the shop today for availability.