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Specialized stump jumper FSR 29 carbon frame
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Specialized stump jumper FSR 29 carbon frame 9 months, 2 weeks ago #44181

Up for sale is my almost brand new Specialized Stump Jumper 29er size medium. This is a great bike very light and fast but I have had a change in plans and I want to get a 650b with more travel than this ride. This is the full suspension version of the Stump Jumper with fox front and rear suspension (130mm travel front and rear). I rode the bike for the first part of the summer but it's not really my style. I am asking $3500. I will not sell the bike unless I can get enough to pick up one of the 650b's I have my eye on.

Here's the rundown from the Specialized site. I have a Shimano XT drive train on the bike and Avid Elixer brakes but otherwise it is the same.

www.specialized.com/us/en/bikes/mountain/sjfsr/stumpjumperfsrexpertcarbon29

If you a serious about buying the bike I can come to you and you can take it for a spin.

Re: Specialized stump jumper FSR 29 carbon frame 9 months, 2 weeks ago #44186

sold via pink bike
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