Let's be clear: The Stumpjumper EVO Alloy is not a "normal" trail bike. It's built to be wild, plain and simple. With the same brand new design as its carbon brothers - including adjustable head tube angle, 150mm tuned travel, S-Sizing and integrated SWAT ™ box - in a lightweight yet sturdy M5 aluminum frame, you'll be able to rock trails, that were previously reserved for downhill racing cars
The Stumpjumper EVO Elite Alloy is built for the rough. With a reliable SRAM GX Eagle 12-speed drivetrain, sturdy 30 mm wide aluminum wheels and an Rx-tuned Fox FLOAT Factory chassis, no trail is too violent.
- Even the largest travel is useless without the right kinematics, which is why we put them in the foreground when developing the Stumpjumper EVO design. With the findings from the enduro chassis design and more than 1,000 hours of development work on the trail and in the chassis laboratory, we have significantly improved the performance when pedaling uphill and at the same time created a powerful, efficient and lively bike that every biker longs for. In addition, the anti-squat behavior has been increased so that the chassis is more resistant to bobbing. Angular obstacles are now also better swallowed, which means that less speed is lost.
- The S-Sizing geometry of the Stumpjumper EVO is our most progressive to date. Long, low, flat, a fork with little offset, a steeper seat tube angle - all of this makes your ride a better experience. However, different riders have different demands on the bike, which is why the geometry of the Stumpjumper EVO can be fully adjusted with six different settings. Not only can the bottom bracket height be adjusted by 10 mm, but also the head tube by up to two degrees. If you want to ride a 27.5 "rear wheel with a 29" front wheel with the EVO - no problem, there is also the perfect setting for this.
- Rider-First Engineered ™ frames use a frame size-dependent approach to keep the riding characteristics identical across all sizes. No matter whether you are a small S1 rider or a giant on the S6 bike - the driving characteristics remain the same. Cornering as if on rails and balanced stiffness between the front and rear wheel - all of this with the lowest possible weight.
- When we introduced the SWAT ™ Box on the Stumpjumper in 2016, we increased the storage space and from now on had enough space for puncture protection equipment. With the new Stumpjumper we kept the same design features, but increased the volume and added a SWAT ™ bladder, with which you can hide an additional 650 ml of water in your down tube. Yes, the bubble is the same size as a small bottle.