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Specialized Stumpjumper FSR Comp 650b Mountain Bike 2016 - Full Suspension MTB

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The new 2016 Stumpjumper FSR Comp (650b) is a hard hitting trail mountain bike with 150mm of full suspension travel. Ideal for taking on trail centre loops, the Stumpy is at home on technical trails.

Frame

Since 1981 the iconic Stumpjumper has been constantly evolving to be one of the best trail bikes around. All new for 2016 is a geometry built for the new 650b wheel size. At the core of the Comp is an M5 alloy frame, the same found on the Elite model. This alloy is strong, light and stiff making for excellent trail riding qualities.

A slacker 67 degree head angle (68 degree on 2015 650b models) means you’re more stable at speed. 420mm chainstays create a nimble back-end and 150mm travel puts the Stumpy FSR Comp firmly at the long-travel end of trail bike world. The low bottom bracket height has been maintained to give you a low centre of gravity for better handling in the corners.

Full internal cable routing keeps the aesthetics clean whilst keeping your cables protected from damage. You’ll also have to do less maintenance on them. A 12mm bolt through rear axle provides a stiffer rear end, and a 15mm axle on the fork makes for precision steering control.

An IRcc 125mm (100mm on size small) command dropper post provides 12 different height settings which can be adjusted on the fly. You can optimise saddle height for the trail section that you’re riding.

Suspension

The RockShox revelation fork is very capable with easy adjustable rebound and compression damping - to make your life a little easier. This is matched to the rear Fox CTD Evolution shock also with adjustable rebound and compression damping.

Key to the Stumpjumper FSR Comp performance though is ‘FSR’. This is one of the most effective suspension systems on an MTB. Fully active, the suspension works independently from pedalling and braking forces.

A 4 bar linkage with a second pivot on the chainstay (close to the rear axle) allows the back wheel to move in a linear path. This means suspension doesn’t impact on chain tension and there is no pedal kickback or pedal induced bob. It’s the quality of this system that gives the FSR Comp its all round trail performance (climbing prowess and descending capability).

RX trail tune on the rear suss means that every shock has the volume, compression and rebound range tuned for each Stumpy. You don’t get this from every manufacturer.

Components

The quality frame and suspension is matched with performance spec. SRAM X9/X7 2x10 speed drivetrain comes with a great range of gears for taking on versatile terrain, and shifting performance is extremely reliable.

Shimano Deore hydraulic disc brakes give you all the braking power you’ll need, which you can rely on every time. Modulation is great too. The Stumpy Comp FSR spins on Roval rims with a 29mm rim width ideal for aggressive trail riding.

The 2016 Stumpjumper FSR Comp (650b) is a titan of the trail biking world. Optimised for the new 27.5” wheel size it’s in a class of its own.

Key Features:

  • Dialled trail geometry for confident handling
  • 150mm of full suspension travel to smooth the trail
  • FSR for active suspension even when pedaling and braking
  • Dropper post for riding technical trails
  • Sizes: Small, Medium, Large, Extra Large
  • The Stumpjumper FSR Comp is available with 0% finance

The Specialized Stumpjumper FSR Comp 650b 2016 Features are:

Frame: M5 alloy, Trail 650b Geometry, internal cable routing, 142mm dropouts, sealed cartridge bearing pivots, replaceable derailleur hanger, front derailleur compatible w/ Taco Blade, 150mm travel

Rear Shock: Custom FOX FLOAT Evolution CTD, AUTOSAG, Rx Trail Tune, 197x47.6mm

Fork: RockShox Revelation RC3 650b, Solo Air spring, 150mm travel, 3-position compression adjust, rebound adjust, tapered steerer, 42mm offset, 15mm Maxle Lite thru-axle

Headset: Hella Flush, 1-1/8" and 1-1/2" threadless, Campy style upper w/ 1-1/2" lower, cartridge bearings

Stem: Specialized XC, 3D forged alloy, 4-bolt, 6-degree rise

Speed: 20

Front Mech: SRAM X7, mid direct mount, w/ Taco Blade

Rear Mech: SRAM X9 Type 2, 10-speed, mid cage

Shifters: SRAM X7, 10-speed, w/ Matchmaker clamp

Chainset: Custom SRAM S-1250, 7050 alloy arms, 10-speed double, PF30, 36/22T, 104/64mm BCD spider

Bottom Bracket: SRAM, PF30, OS press-in bearings, sealed cartridge

Cassette: SRAM PG-1030, 10-speed, 11-36t

Chain: SRAM PC-1031, 10-speed, w/ PowerLink, nickel finish

Front Brake: Shimano Deore, hydraulic disc, resin pads

Rear Brake: Shimano Deore, hydraulic disc, resin pads

Rims: Roval 650b, alloy, 29mm inner width, 24/28h

Front Hub: Specialized, Hi Lo disc, sealed cartridge bearings, 15mm thru-axle, 24h

Rear Hub: Specialized, Hi Lo disc, 4x sealed cartridge bearings, 12mm thru-axle, 28h

Tyres: Specialized Butcher Control, 60TPI, 2Bliss Ready, folding bead, 650bx2.3" Front Specialized Purgatory Control, 60TPI, 2Bliss Ready, folding bead, 650bx2.3" Rear

Seatpost: Command Post IRcc, cruiser control technology, micro-adjust height adjustable, alien head design, bottom mount cable routing, remote adjust lever, 30.9mm, S: 100mm travel, M/L/XL: 125mm

Specialized Stumpjumper FSR Comp 650b Mountain Bike 2016 - Full Suspension MTB Reviews

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Brilliant bike and just as good a service. Been out on a trail a couple of times now and I can't fault the bike. Very happy with the bike.

Brilliant bike and just as good a service. Been out on a trail a couple of times now and I can't fault the bike. Very happy with the bike.

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5 out of 5
Build Quality: 5/5
Performance: 5/5
Value For Money: 5/5
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Stumpjumper FSR Comp 650b 2016 Review

Recently took delivery of my bike and have managed a few rides so far. The Stumpjumper climbs very well for a full sus (actually a little better than my hardtail). I have not used the granny ring yet for any of the hills local to me. The frame is very well finished and the quality of most of the components is spot on (more on this below). Suspension - The Revelation RCT3 is very well controlled with only slight flex. The Fox Float CTD is basic, but it does the job well. Chainset - The Sram X7 shifters are a joy to use. My last bike had Shimano XT shifters and I prefer the X7. I have lost the ability to use the levers both ways, but the ergonomics of the Sram more than make up for this. The shifts are direct and snappy without any slop in the levers. The type 2 X9 mech isn't as stiff as a Shimano Shadow+, but it's adequate to reduce chain slap to a minimum. Brakes - The Deore M615 are excellent brakes for the money. Brakes that retail for twice the price struggle to mach the performance of these. Wheels - I feel that the wheels really let the bike down. They are very flexy and don't inspire confidence. You can hear the spokes rubbing and pinging when ever any force is applied. The tyres are pretty decent but I found them a little heavy and draggy. I preferred the High Roller 2 front/Ardent rear combo as an alternative. Apart from the wheels and the right had crank bolt working it's way loose, this bike is an absolute blast! I'm tackling descents much faster than my last bike and it corners very well. This bike is ripe to receive a few upgrades. Summary: Pros - Excellent frame and finishing kit. Dropper post is a godsend. Handles really well Cons - sub-par wheels. Tyre combo won't suit some riding.

Recently took delivery of my bike and have managed a few rides so far. The Stumpjumper climbs very well for a full sus (actually a little better than my hardtail). I have not used the granny ring yet for any of the hills local to me. The frame is very well finished and the quality of most of the components is spot on (more on this below). Suspension - The Revelation RCT3 is very well controlled with only slight flex. The Fox Float CTD is basic, but it does the job well. Chainset - The Sram X7 shifters are a joy to use. My last bike had Shimano XT shifters and I prefer the X7. I have lost the ability to use the levers both ways, but the ergonomics of the Sram more than make up for this. The shifts are direct and snappy without any slop in the levers. The type 2 X9 mech isn't as stiff as a Shimano Shadow+, but it's adequate to reduce chain slap to a minimum. Brakes - The Deore M615 are excellent brakes for the money. Brakes that retail for twice the price struggle to mach the performance of these. Wheels - I feel that the wheels really let the bike down. They are very flexy and don't inspire confidence. You can hear the spokes rubbing and pinging when ever any force is applied. The tyres are pretty decent but I found them a little heavy and draggy. I preferred the High Roller 2 front/Ardent rear combo as an alternative. Apart from the wheels and the right had crank bolt working it's way loose, this bike is an absolute blast! I'm tackling descents much faster than my last bike and it corners very well. This bike is ripe to receive a few upgrades. Summary: Pros - Excellent frame and finishing kit. Dropper post is a godsend. Handles really well Cons - sub-par wheels. Tyre combo won't suit some riding.

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4 out of 5
Build Quality: 4/5
Performance: 4/5
Value For Money: 4/5