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Specialized Stumpjumper M4 Comp '02

Specialized Stumpjumper M4 Comp '02

The favourite ride of the Edinburgh Bicycle staff

No Longer Available

Product Description


The favourite ride of the Edinburgh Bicycle staff in 2001 has been improved for 2002 with optimised tubing dimensions derived from the '01 S-Works M4.

  • M4 - a unique alloy of aluminium with silicon, copper, magnesium and Vanadium.
  • Gram for gram, almost twice the tensile strength of 6061 aluminium.
  • M4 main tubes are thinner walled and the stays much narrower - hence a very lightweight frame with a more comfortable feel.
  • New Fox Float RL fork with lockout.
  • Stellar spec: Avid brakes, LX shifters & rear hub, XTR rear gear.


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Technical Data


M4 manipulated alloy fully butted with refined tapers and reduced wall thickness. Disc compatible.


Fox Float RL. 80mm travel. Rebound & compression lockout..


Mavic 221 rims.

 Specialized Deore LX rear / Specialized Stout front hubs.
 DT stainless steel spokes.
Tyres:Specialized Rockster Pro 26 x 1.9" Kevlar bead tyres.


Shimano Deore LX 27-speed Rapidfire shifters.

Shimano XTR rear / LX front gears.


Specialized chainset 22/32/44 with 4mm-thick big ring.

 Shimano BB-ES50 splined sealed bottom bracket.
 Shimano HG50 11-32 cassette.
Pedals:Shimano 515 SPD.


Avid SD-5R alloy V-brakes.


Specialized 6061 butted bars.

 Specialized alloy 10˚ rise.
Saddle:Specialized Pro Body Geometry.
 Specialized alloy micro-adjust..


15.5, 17, 18, 19, 21”.


Metallic Yellow / Navy Blue.


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