What We Ride - Trevor's 2022 Stumpjumper - NOBL

Trevor’s 2022 Specialized Stumpjumper

Having loved my Transition Spur, I wanted to try something with a bit more travel but without adding much/any weight. The Stumpy also has a flex pivot and has the same frame weight as the Spur but with more travel. With increasing rear travel from 120 to 130mm and going from 120 to a 140mm fork, I’ll feel more at home on longer distance rides with rougher trails. This will be my “off season” build with burlier tires and some heavier parts than I’d normally run. For XC/Marathon mode, I hope to get back down to 25-ish pounds in the spring.

Fork

Fork: Fox 34 Rhythm 140mm Grip

Suspension

Rear Suspension: 2020 Fox Float Performance Elite – 140mm

Tires

Tires: Maxxis Exo+ 2.4″ DHRII (front/rear)

Bars + Stem

Bars: Syncros Hixon Carbon 780mm
Stem: Syncros Hixon (50mm equivalent)

Cassette

Cassette: Shimano XT 10-51t
Rear Derailleur: SRAM XX1 AXS

 

Saddle + Post

Saddle: Supacaz Flow MTB Carbon
Seatpost:
X-Fusion Manic 175mm

Crankset + Pedals

Crankset: Cane Creek EE Wings Titanium 175mm with power meter, 32t Wolftooth chainring
Pedals: VP VX Race

Cockpit

Brakes: Shimano XTR Trail BR-M9120 with 180mm rotors
GripsODI F1 Vapour

Wheelset

I’ve been riding the TR32‘s for a year and wanted to contrast the feel of those with a deeper and stiffer rim. So I chose the TR33‘s this time around paired to the fast rolling and completely silent Onyx Vesper hubs.

TR33

29″ TR33 rims (32h laced to D-Light spokes)

Onyx Vesper

Onyx Vesper (Black Chrome, boost, 6 bolt)
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