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Mountain Bike Reviews - Specialized Bicycles Stumpjumper FSR Comp 29 2017
Mountain Bike Reviews - Specialized Bicycles Stumpjumper FSR Comp 29 2017
Specialized Bicycles Stumpjumper FSR Comp 29

Specialized’s Stumpjumper has been around longer than most of us have been in long trousers, first hitting the market in 1981 in steel hardtail guise and since then it has gone on to become the go-to, do-everything, jack-of-all-trades trail bike of the Specialized range, reinventing itself year on year to stay with - and often just ahead of - the…

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Luke Strobel puts the Turbo Levo SL through the paces on the endless trails of the Pacific Northwest.

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On the legendary terrain of Virgin, Utah, Marshall Mullen and the Turbo Levo redefine what’s “rideable”.

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4 months ago

The new Epic EVO's speed isn't bound by a finish line or course tape. This speed freak wants to spend all day railing endless singletrack…

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4 months ago

Cody Kelley puts the Turbo Levo SL to work!

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5 months ago

Wondering how many tries it took Fabio Wibmer to film  Homeoffice? Go behind the scenes!

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7 months ago

Bikes, family, nature—what else could you ask for? We asked this to Matt Hunter and the gang anyways, but they just smiled and nodded. Guess…

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8 months ago

Fun on the UCI Mountain Bike World Cup is a relative term. Risk and suffering wouldn’t be considered 'fun' by most people, but it’s all…

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8 months ago

Go behind the scenes with Fabio Wibmer's latest video, Israel is my Playground to see just what it takes to make that perfectly edited video…

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8 months ago

Bike set-up, physical preparation and strategy will all be important as Kate Courtney, Loïc Bruni and Finn Iles continue their quests for the overall UCI…

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9 months ago

As the first World Cup in Lousa, Portugal awaits us in a months time, it's about time to kick off the hype! Fast Life is…

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9 months ago

Specialized have just gone and addressed one of the biggest criticisms of most riders about e-bikes - the weight. Weighing in from a svelte 38lbs…

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10 months ago

Another 2019 recap video for you all, this time coming from one of the biggest internet stars of 2019 - Fabio Wibmer: Big projects, my…

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Issue 61

The most popular movies from the IMB website over the last two months!

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An institution in their own rights, Sven and Boris are two of the best photographers in the business and have produced countless iconic images. Samantha Dugon finds out more about this dynamic duo.

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The Enduro World Series may have been and gone, but James Swann headed out to Tasmania before the race came to town to check out the quality of the trails on offer. Freshly developed riding and a welcoming local community have put Taz firmly on the world MTB stage.

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Issue 45

Win a Go Pro Hero 5 Black this issue in our subscriber prize draw!

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Emily Slaco gambles on a 48hrs journey to find a mini paradise in the Canary Islands and discovers what makes this little island so great. Food, drink, amazing trails and great company combine to create an unforgettable trip in an exotic location in the Atlantic.

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It's that time of year where all eyes turn to Whistler for the mountain bike event of the summer. British ex-pat Bex Tatham takes us on tour during her first Crankworx and finds out why Whistler is the epicentre of the mountain bike universe.

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Riders designing advanced bikes and equipment that make your ride better. After graduating from college in California in 1974, Mike Sinyard —like so many of us—wasn't too sure what he wanted to do next. The only thing he was sure of was his passion for cycling. He sold his VW Microbus to fund a cycling trip through Europe, and the rest was fate. In Milan, Mike met a girl who knew the legendary craftsman Cino Cinelli. He quickly bought a suit and arranged a meeting. Mike's enthusiasm impressed him, and they made a deal that would allow Mike to import Mr. Cinelli's beautiful high-end components into the United States. Full of enthusiasm, Mike hurried back to California in time to meet the shipping boxes, which he stored under his 8 by 30-foot mobile home to keep them dry when it rained. This was his first warehouse and sales office combined. Initial customers were bike shops in the San Francisco Bay Area, who paid cash in advance for their orders. The bike shops had to be fairly close because, for the first five years Mike had this business, he didn't own a car. Whether it was making deliveries by bike or pedaling into the hills on the weekends, Mike's dream of spending more time on a bike had certainly come true. When Mike started this company, he made a conscious decision to focus on high-end bike components. The products he imported were scarce in the States, but there was a strong demand amongst enthusiasts. Mike named the company Specialized simply because it was how riders referred to high-end components at the time. Thus, the Brand was born. Mike had no idea it would have such an impact on the growth and accessibility of cycling, but he's proud that it has. Those first components and our greatest successes are testaments to our founding principle: Focus on the rider's need for functional and technically advanced products that provide a performance benefit. Now more than three decades later, that statement feels every bit as important and still rings true. It's what makes us Specialized. When we deliver on it, our Brand is more credible and ultimately more valuable to our riders and our dealers. Be the best cycling brand in the world. 1974 Mountain biking shop

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