Now available in METAL
Which Stumpjumper rider are you?
Light and fast trail bike
Alloy or carbon 29"
Progressive trail bike
Maximum adjustability with six distinct geometry settings.
The all-new Stumpjumper Evo features a capable and progressive geometry, right out of the box, and offers independent adjustment of head angle and BB height. Using two different headset cups (included with bike), the Evo offers headtube angles between 63°-65.5°. Out back, the Horst link has a high and low mode to adjust BB height by 10mm. With six distinct geometry settings, the Evo can be tuned to suit any rider’s style and preference. Finally, the Evo lets you run a 27.5" rear wheel if you're curious to try mullet-mode.
Click here to see the geometry in each setting.
New kinematics with more anti-squat and better square-edge performance.
Specialized prioritized kinematic performance on the new Evo, applying lessons learned while developing the Enduro, then following that with more than 1,000 hours of field and suspension lab development. The pedaling performance is better and resists pedal bob with increased anti-squat. The rearward axle path is improved for better bump performance on square-edge hits. All of this adds up to a bike that's faster, more capable and more lively.
29" wheels spec'd on all models
27.5" rear capable with optional MulletLink
Progressive geometry with Style-Specific sizing.
The Style-Specific geometry of the new Evo is their most progressive yet. Long, low and slack geo with short offset forks and a steep seat tube angle make this bike a ripper down the hill while still pedalling back up well.
63°-65.5° head angle
Reaches up to 528mm
77° seat tube angle
437mm chainstays on S1-S4
447mm chainstays on S5 and S6
SWAT box now on carbon and alloy frames.
The Evo gets more internal SWAT storage and carbon models come with a new 650ml water bladder that can fit right in the SWAT box with your other spares. This basically lets you carry all of your stuff and two bottles of water on the bike with no backpack.