Don't worry, friends of the metal. The Stumpjumper Comp Alloy lives on and features one of the most advanced aluminum frames ever created. With its asymmetrical design, completely new geometry, refined kinematics and specs that represent the optimal combination of price and performance, it is ready for an emergency.
- THE TRAIL BENCHMARK: When we set out to design the Stumpjumper, we had some juicy goals in mind. It should be the lightest possible bike, but without sacrificing durability. We wanted a stiff chassis that corners like it's on rails and a geometry that everyone can enjoy. All of this paired with the best chassis kinematics that we know how to design.
- 130MM OF TRAVEL THAT TAMBERS THE TRAIL: Even the most travel is useless without the right kinematics, which is why we prioritized them when developing the Stumpjumper design. With lessons learned from the Enduro's chassis design and more than 1,000 hours of development work on the trail and in the chassis lab, we've vastly improved uphill pedaling performance while creating a capable, efficient and lively bike that every rider dreams of. In addition, the anti-squat behavior has been increased so that the chassis resists bobbing better. Angular obstacles are now also swallowed better, which means that less speed is lost. Conclusion? The Stumpjumper rocks every trail downhill in a controlled manner and yet climbs up every climb with ease.
- PROGRESSIVE GEOMETRY: The S-Sizing geometry of the new Stumpjumper hits the sweet spot. Long, low, slack, a low-offset fork, a steeper seat tube angle - all of which make your ride a better experience. With the adjustable flip chip, you can adapt the bike to all conditions and ensure that your Stumpjumper is optimally tuned to every terrain.
- RIDER-FIRST ENGINEERED™: Rider-First Engineered™ frames use a frame-size dependent approach to keep ride characteristics identical across all sizes. Regardless of whether you are a small S1 driver or a giant on the S6 bike - the driving characteristics remain the same. Cornering like on rails and balanced stiffness between front and rear wheel.