1999 Specialized Stumpjumper FSR Specifications

Written by harry havemeyer | 13/05/2017
1999 Specialized Stumpjumper FSR Specifications
The Specialized Stumpjumper FSR's suspension helps for those all day rides. (Bike in giallo image by maurosessanta from Fotolia.com)

Specialised is one of the most prominent names in mountain bike manufacturing and racing history. This American-based brand was among the earliest adopters of full-suspension technology. The Stumpjumper FSR XC is a full-suspension mountain bike geared toward the cross country racing set with its lightweight and relatively short travel suspension. Specialised uses a multi-link design that allows its full-suspension frame to stay close to the standard double diamond frame design, keeping excess weight to a minimum on this high-end bike.

Frame and Fork

At the heart of the Specialized Stumpjumper FSR XC is its TIG-welded A1 aluminium frame. This frame's multi-pivot suspension design utilises a Fox Vanilla Float air shock that delivers 3 inches of suspension travel at the rear wheel. The front fork of this bicycle is an Answer Manitou SX suspension fork with a single crown design that offers 3.15 inches of front wheel travel.


The Specialized Stumpjumper FSR XC's steering is modulated by an in-house Specialized threadless headset with a Specialized-branded alloy stem and handlebar. The controls mounted to the handlebar are a combination of Shimano Deore XT Rapidfire SL shifters and Avid SD-1.9 L brake levers. Both shifting and braking controls are cable-actuated.


Front shifting duties are handled by a Shimano Deore XT top-swing derailleur while shifting up and down the rear cogs is handled by a Shimano XTR rear derailleur. A Specialized-branded bottom bracket connects the Specialized ForeArm Pro aluminium alloy crankset to the Stumpjumper FSR XC's frame. Front chain rings are 22, 32 and 44 teeth in size. A nine-speed cogset is mounted on the rear wheel with gears ranging in size from 11 to 32 teeth, and a Shimano chain joins the front chain rings to the rear gear cassette.


The Specialized Stumpjumper FSR XC is fitted with a set of Mavic X221 aluminium alloy rims and Specialized STOUT hubs. Connecting these 32-spoke rims to the hubs is a set of DT stainless steel, straight-gauge spokes. Braking duty is handled by a set of Avid 1D-25 V-brakes that apply pressure to the rim's sidewall. Wrapped around the Mavix rims are a set of Specialized house brand tires.

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