Today’s Readers’ Rides comes from Rokus in Rotterdam, who submitted his Specialized Stumpjumper that was built up by Studio ROOK. I know people love these old Stumpy frames and Rokus did a great job detailing the parts list with a succinct story about where he got this bike. Read on below for all the details!
I bought the Stumpjumper frame without a fork by coincidence as I was buying another Stumpjumper from a collector, I built it up from a lot of parts that I had leftover from my Surly Troll I sold this year and then cycled with it to Paris.
I got lucky to find these NOS ceramic Mavic rims at a local bike shop, as I was looking for them for a while. It’s sort of a size too big but I love the geometry and it suits me well plus it fits a Blackburn Outpost Elite large framebag.
1992 20” Specialized Stumpjumper frame
Surly Troll fork
Chris King headset
SRAM XX1 carbon cranks
Crankbrothers Stamp 3 pedals
NOS Mavic 217 Ceramic rims with White Industries MI5 in the back and a SON28 in the front
Specialized Pizza Rack
Paul Component Box Car stem with a swapped faceplate
Ergotec Ladytown handlebars
Paul Component Canti Lever brake levers
Paul Component Klamper in the front
Shimano XTR vbrake in the back with ceramic Kool Stop pads
SRAM Apex shifter and derailleur
SRAM 11-42 cassette
Continental 26×2.2 Speed King Race Sport tires
Ergon GC1 grips
Ergon SMC Core saddle
Shimano XT seatpost
AXA defender lock
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