2023 Specialized Demo Bikes- Now For Sale

Now that our season has wrapped up and we’re looking towards 2024, we’re selling off our 2023 Specialized demo fleet: this year we had Stumpjumpers (140f/130r travel) and Stumpy EVOs (160f/150r travel), all carbon and with spec’ed out with their Expert-level builds (see below for full list of parts).  After selling a majority of the bikes locally and to existing Chasing Epic clients, we have just a handful remaining.   ** We will keep this post updated with what is currently available **

Regarding payment details: prices are “net” to us, and buyers are responsible for shipping costs, although we’re happy to set shipping up for you.  We’re more than happy to take payment via CC or PayPal, but we require an additional 3% fee on top of the price if so.  Otherwise, we take payment by PayPal Gift, Venmo, check or cash if local.

 

Specialized Stumpjumper Expert Carbon (only medium available): $3600

 

All frames are super clean, and there’s only signs of wear in the normal places: crank arms, derailleur, rims, and fork lowers. All wear parts (brake pads, tires) have been replaced/updated if needed.  As per Speciaized’s transferrable warranty, you’ll have full warranty coverage until Spring 2025.

Frame: 2023 Stumpjumper Expert Carbon
Fork: Fox Performance Elite 34 140mm, GRIP 2
Shock: Fox Float DPS Performance Elite
Drivetrain: SRAM X01
Brakes: SRAM G2 RSC
Wheels: Specialized Roval Traverse
Dropper: OneUp V2 (150-210, depending on size)

 

Medium / S3

 

Stumpjumper EVO Expert Carbon (large and XL available): $3800

 

Each of these bikes has about 15 rides on it: all frames are clean, and there’s only signs of wear in the normal places: crank arms, derailleur, rims, and fork lowers. All wear parts (brake pads, tires) have been replaced/updated if needed. Please see the pictures for more detail, and below you’ll find the build for the bikes- they’re identical to the builds listed on the website, other than swapping the GX AXS derailleur/shifter for X01 mechanical.  As per Speciaized’s transferrable warranty, you’ll have full warranty coverage until Spring 2025.

Frame: Specialized Stumpy EVO Expert Carbon
Fork: Fox 36 Performance Elite 160mm, GRIP 2
Shock: Fox Float X Performance Elite
Drivetrain: SRAM X01
Brakes: SRAM Code RS
Dropper: OneUp V2 (180-210mm, depending on size)
Wheels: Specialized Roval Traverse

 

Large / S4

 

XL / S5

 

Stumpjumper EVO Pro Carbon Custom Build (Large / S4): $5000

 

This was my personal bike for 2023: purchased in the spring and ridden as one of two bikes throughout the year. There are signs of wear in the normal spots: rims, derailleur, fork lowers, crank arms, etc but nothing more than topical scratches. The frame has a few minor nicks that have been touched up, but that’s it. This bike started as the standard Stumpy EVO Pro, but I’ve swapped parts out to make it even better (see below) including Industry Nine Enduro 305 wheels front/back.

Several of the components are essentially new, as they were swapped out a couple of weeks ago and have very little use (only 1-2 rides): Fox Factory 36 fork, Fox Factory Float X shock, BikeYoke dropper, X01 chain, Maxxis tires. Additionally, it has new Magura brake pads and the grips are brand new.  The bike is pretty light for 160/150mm of travel, without pedals, it weighs 30 lbs as built/pictured. Just like the other bikes, you’ll have Specialized’s warranty through Spring of 2025.

Frame: Specialized Stumpjumper EVO Pro, S4 (large)
Fork: Fox Factory 36 160mm GRIP2
Shock: Fox Factory Float X
Wheels: Industry Nine Enduro 305 w/ Hydra hubs
Brakes: Magura MT7 with 203/203 rotors
Drivetrain: SRAM X01 w/ 32t chainring
Dropper: BikeYoke Revive 185mm
Tires: Maxxis DHF 2.5″ front, Aggressor 2.3″ rear
Saddle: Specialized Power
Stem: RF Turbine 50mm
Handlebar: RF Next R Carbon 780mm
Grips: Deity lock-on

 

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AUTHOR: Steve Mokan

Steve is the owner (and founder) of Chasing Epic Mountain Bike Adventures, and contributes regularly to our blog. He's passionate about providing customers with incredible mountain bike vacations, and he loves photography and travel when he's not working. Truthfully, he loves those things when he is working too.