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    Wanted: more of the same ... but different

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    Official Specialized Picture Thread


    Here's my well used Specialized
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    New to me 89 stumpjumper

    So I needed a bike that I could tweak out for riding with my kid in the yepp seat. When I installed the seat on my independent fabrication deluxe, which is set up for cross country, I realized I couldn't really ride because my kids head hit my chest. So obviously I needed a new bike. There is a cool recycle bike place in salt lake so I went in there and found this perfect sad looking 89 stumpjumper team. $150 later it's mine. It is full XT, 7spd,thumbshifters, pedals, hubs, derailleurs, everything original XT. Sweet. I also snagged a sweet set of swept riser bars, perfect to get my body position upright to keep the kiddos head in the clear. All it really needed was a tune up. Couple of lengthened cables, true the wheels, adjust the brakes, and good to go. Looking forward to tearing up the gravel paths in sun valley with the kid this weekend. Here it is...


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    [Official Specialized Picture Thread-image.jpg not sure about the year on this Hard Rock, but it rides nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ResidentRider View Post
    So I needed a bike that I could tweak out for riding with my kid in the yepp seat. When I installed the seat on my independent fabrication deluxe, which is set up for cross country, I realized I couldn't really ride because my kids head hit my chest. So obviously I needed a new bike. There is a cool recycle bike place in salt lake so I went in there and found this perfect sad looking 89 stumpjumper team. $150 later it's mine. It is full XT, 7spd,thumbshifters, pedals, hubs, derailleurs, everything original XT. Sweet. I also snagged a sweet set of swept riser bars, perfect to get my body position upright to keep the kiddos head in the clear. All it really needed was a tune up. Couple of lengthened cables, true the wheels, adjust the brakes, and good to go. Looking forward to tearing up the gravel paths in sun valley with the kid this weekend. Here it is...


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    Nice find! Looks really clean. Always fun to ride with the kid(s).

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    Been working on this. Bought it from a girl who didn't use it much at all. Seemed all good until I realized the seat post was frozen. The paint get pretty beat up from trying to get that bad boy out. Well, I finally did....I am liking the bike.


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    @jonshonda, I dig the fenders, and the rack. I need a rack like that for my kid mobile ^^^

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    Single speed cruiser for mobbing around the work campus. Thanks fatchanceti for the frame!!! I need to swap out the two nut setup for the headset to silver but black works for now......

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    Glad to see it put to good use!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonshonda View Post
    Been working on this. Bought it from a girl who didn't use it much at all. Seemed all good until I realized the seat post was frozen. The paint get pretty beat up from trying to get that bad boy out. Well, I finally did....I am liking the bike.


    I'm liking it too.
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    Official Specialized Picture Thread

    Ran into this today while picking up my Brodie. 1983 Specialized.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Buddysnack View Post
    Ran into this today while picking up my Brodie. 1983 Specialized.


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    Liking the looks of that Stumpie...what do you have planned for it?



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    Official Specialized Picture Thread

    Unfortunately it ain't mine.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Buddysnack View Post
    Unfortunately it ain't mine.


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    Then your plan should be to acquire it. Any chance?



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    Not likely... But I think I found some MA40s.


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    What gear are you running on the single speed Stumpy?

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    1984 Stumpjumper
    Broke it out today for a protest meeting here in San diego regarding local trail closurers. Many of them this bike graced 30 years ago. Nice turn out, over 400 bikers.

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    95 Stumpy Comp

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    My 85 Stumpy needs tires.
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    Stumpjumpers

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    Just finished the respray with Championship White Paint off the Acura NSX.


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    AW: Official Specialized Picture Thread

    My one. 9,6kilograms and fast <3

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    1988 Stumpjumper Comp

    Oh man! Stalking Craigslist paid off today. I just bought this Stumpy from an older gentleman that was the original owner. He kept it in his garage and probably rode it about a dozen times and never off road. It's in great condition. The wheels look like he never even pulled back on the brake levers. All XT components, thumb shifters and hardly a scratch on the paint. I'll detail this bugger and keep it exactly as it is. This one makes me happy!
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    Here's my 91/92/93? Hardrock...recently awoke from hibernation. I've had this bike since new, though it has sat in storage from the last 15 years. Looks pretty good for a bike over 20 years old and still rides great!

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    1990(?) Stumpjumper I got from CL a week ago. Replaced the tires, saddle, pedals and grips. Frame is scratched up but other than that, bike is still good.

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    Using it mostly as a road bike and on light trails. Lovin' how the steel frame feels.

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