|Frame||M5 aluminum, internal cable routing, 12 x 142mm rear dropouts|
|Fork||RockShox Pike RC Solo Air, 120mm-travel w/15mm QR and tapered steerer|
|Rims/Wheels||Roval Traverse Fattie 29, 29mm internal width|
|Hubs||Specialized Hi Lo disc|
|Spokes||DT Swiss Industry 2.0mm stainless-steel|
|Tires||Specialized 2Bliss Ready: Front: Purgatory Control, 29 x 2.3; Rear: Ground Control, 29 x 2.1|
|Bottom Bracket||SRAM PressFit 30|
|Rear Derailleur||SRAM X0 Type 2|
|Rear Cogs||SRAM PG-1030, 10-speed: 11-36|
|Handlebars||Specialized XC mini-riser|
|Tape/Grips||Specialized Sip Grip, lock-on|
|Brake Levers||Shimano SLX|
|Brakes||Shimano SLX disc, 160mm rotors|
|Pedals||Plastic test ride|
|Saddle||Body Geometry Henge Comp, 143mm width|
|Seatpost||Specialized Command Post XCP, carbon lower tube, 2-position height adjustable, internal routing, 35mm-travel|
* Subject to change without notice.
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What an awesome machine. The 1X10 drivetrain is the way to go. Straight out of the box, you have a bike that needs nothing really. The only thing I did was to convert to tubeless...first time out, I completely shattered my personal best on the local trail. Very fast bike. I shopped around and researched for months before I pulled the trigger on the Stumpy EVO HT. This is MY bike, it's everything I wanted and more.
I could not decide on a full suspension bike so I opted for a hardtail 29er. I could not be happier with this bike. I love the 1x10 drivetrain because it is simple and cuts down on the weight. The bike rides flawlessly and eats up the trail.
Ive been riding this bike for about 3 months now and I still cant think of a thing I would change. The 1X10 is fantastic with excellent power delivery. The Fox float fork is great for switching between uphill, downhill and cross country.
I'm really enjoying this bike. my other bike is full suspension and 11 pounds heavier. This lighter bike is more appropriate for the kind of riding I do. My typical terrain is very rocky and this bike handles it well.
Got my self one of these while on holiday in La Jolla in 2012. Got the guys at UCC to put a X9 2x10 on, in Matt black of course. A few dry rides around UCSD then lots of wet rides at home in Oslo. Not good. The rear hub started sounding like a cement mixer after a couple of rides, and the Elixir 7 brakes also make a racket, the front one juddering even with the lightest pressure. After much hassle Specialized Norway finally changed the rear boss last autumn after the end of the season. The new one is already making some noise...I notice that the 2013 SJ range have Magura brakes - no coincidence I'm sure. All that said the SJ Evo is the coolest looking bike in the forest and has a fantastic aggressive riding position. Would love it even more if it wasn't for the brakes and the defective rear hub. Get the 2013 Evo!
I just took this bad boy out for the first ride tonight and it was insanely fast. I really didn't realize how slow and heavy my Stumpjumper FSR Elite was until I bought this bike. It is super light, comfortable riding position and it makes you want to go faster. Go Tubeless and you'll be amazed what you can do with this bike!
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