SPECIALIZED mass produced the very first Mountain Bike, The StumpJumper.  Daniel Boone's Cyclery in Houston, Texas was the first to get one in the late 1970's.  I saw it & puzzled.  It was $799 (3x the price of my 'very expensive bike').  A Totally renegade product.  Completely disruptive.  You see, gears had improved so much that people didn't object to them any more; but, "those skinny tires" were miserable.  People wanted wider tires.  The Mountain Bike fit that bill and the Mountain Bike BOOM of the 80's was upon us.  A lot has changed since then, but SPECIALIZED continues to lead the field in All Terrain Bike Technology.

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Specialized Fuse

Featuring FAT 27.5x3.0 tires and the ability to swap to 29" wheels and tires if you want to.

Starting at $950

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Specialized Rockhopper

Specialized Pitch

Features 27.5" wheels and a confident and comfortable geometry. 

 

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Haro Flightline Plus

Aluminum frame with 26x2.8" tires. Lockout fork, mechanical disc brakes and Shimano 3x8 drivetrain. 

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Specialized Women's Pitch

Same design as the Men's Pitch, but with women's specific parts for better comfort and performance. Pictured is the Little Bella model, which comes with a box of stickers for a truly custom ride. 


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A little bit of history about Specialized...

"SPECIALIZED mass produced the very first Mountain Bike, The StumpJumper.  Daniel Boone's Cyclery in Houston, Texas was the first to get one in the late 1970's.  I saw it & puzzled.  It was $799 (3x the price of my 'very expensive bike').  A Totally renegade product.  Completely disruptive.  You see, gears had improved so much that people didn't object to them any more; but, "those skinny tires" were miserable.  People wanted wider tires.  The Mountain Bike fit that bill and the Mountain Bike BOOM of the 80's was upon us.  A lot has changed since then, but SPECIALIZED continues to lead the field in All Terrain Bike Technology." - Eric

"I've always had an interest in historically important artifacts. Sinyard was very much like the Steve Jobs of mountain bikes. He saw the brilliance of Tom Ritchey's design and brought it to the masses. I've been lucky enough to come across a 1988 stump jumper which I ride almost every day, and I've taken my carbon stumpy hardtail and rode down the same mountain in California, Repack, where the modern mountain bike was born."

I put together all the generations of Stumpjumpers we had in the shop for a photo shoot.

Bottom, left to right then top: Alloy 29r Stumpjumper,Carbon 29 Stumpjumper hardtail, Alloy 26" Stumpjumper, 1988 chromoly Stumpjumper (purchased from Bicycle Sports for $800 in 1988). " - Andy