1985 Specialized Stumpjumper Team

In 1985, Specialized came out with one of the first "team" bikes.  The frame was the light weigh Tange Prestige with all top end parts.  Specialized provided there own headset, rims, tires, crank arms, bars, stem, hubs and seat.  The drivetrain consisted of the Shimano Deore XT "deer head" with Tommaselli levers and Suntour roller cam brake.  The original rims would have been the narrower HX 22 with Specialized Tri-Cross 1.5" tires for one of the lightest wheel sets of the era.  The larger Ritchey tires are a relatively tight fit and probably would pack in the mud.

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Stumpjumper   Stumpjumper   Stumpjumper Stumpjumper   Stumpjumper
Frame Tange Prestige Cro-Moly double butted
Fork Cro-Moly Unicrown
Rear Shock NA
Rims Saturae HX 28
Hubs Specialized sealed
Spokes Stainless Steel
Tires Ritchey Force 1.9
Pedals MKS BMX-7
Crank Specialized w/ Biopace rings
Chain Sedis
Rear Cogs Shimano 600 freewheel 6 speed
Bottom Bracket Shimano
Front Derailleur Shimano Deore XT
Rear Derailleur Shimano Deore XT Super Plate
Shifters Shimano Deore XT
Handlebars alloy flat
Stem Specialized cast alloy
Headset Specialized alloy headset
Brake set Shimano Deore XT MC70 front, Suntour Roller Cam rear
Brake levers Tommaselli Racer
Saddle Specialized
Seat Post Suntour XC
Colors Pink
Size 20" c-t
Serial #   857009


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