How’d You Like a Specialized S-Works Stumpjumper FSR Carbon 29er? (A Week of Giving Away Bicycles, Day 2)

11.27.2012 | 2:15 pm

Ordinarily, I start my contest giveaway posts by sort of dancing around the topic. I hint. I allude. I relate personal anecdotes. All while hoping you’ll somehow have forgotten that I already pretty much told you what I’m giving away in the headline.

But today I’m not going to do that. Because I am so freaking excited about this bike. Instead — a mere two paragraphs into this post — I’m just going to come out and say it, in highly-noticeable bold italicized text: One of the Grand Prizes in the Grand Slam for Zambia 2 contest is a Specialized S-Works Stumpjumper FSR Carbon 29.

Here’s what the S-Works Stumpjumper FSR Carbon 29 looks like when it’s all built up, though — as you’ll see when you read a little further down this post — the colors and specs will be different than shown here:


That right there is a very fine bike. A $9500 bike, as shown stock, above. Anyone would be proud to have that bike just the way it’s shown.

But you see, we aren’t getting a stock bike. We’re going full-on custom.

First up, Specialized is donating the frame, which looks like this:


This frame — which retails for $4500 — is pretty much the foundation for the best trail bike you can build right now. It’s a FACT 11m full carbon FSR frame with dedicated 29er geometry, 130mm of travel, full-cartridge bearing pivots, PF30 BB, and 142mm dropouts. In other words, it’s a much nicer frame than you have ever imagined.

For the rear suspension, you’ll have a FOX/Specialized Brain shock with the ground-breaking AUTOSAG feature, buttery-smooth Kashima coating, Trail Tune inertia valve damping, Brain Fade, and adjustable rebound. If you don’t understand what that means, though, how about this: you’ll be able to roll over all kinds of stuff, and laugh maniacally as you do.

It’s going to be light enough for fast climbing, and incredibly plush for extraordinary descending.

And I gotta say, I like the orange, black, and white color scheme.

But wait a second. I believe I said that The Grand Slam for Zambia was going to include this as a bike, not just a bike frame

And that leads us to the remarkable component spec for this bike, courtesy of SRAM.

Drivetrain: SRAM XX

This is SRAM’s top-of-the-line 2×10 group, and it’s a beauty. I especially dig the look of the crankset:


NewImageBut you’re going to be all set up with the XX-ness. Shifters (you can choose between trigger and grip), derailleurs, brakes, everything. Even the incredibly sweet RockShox Revelation XX.

Wheels: SRAM RISE 60 29″

The RISE 60 wheel set are a sexy set of asymmetric carbon fiber rims. Sapim CX-Ray spokes and exclusive hub and pawl designs integrate seamlessly with your ride to boost speed, strength and engagement while ensuring low inertia and explosive acceleration. At least, that’s what the marketing copy says. One thing’s for sure: they’re going to look and ride fantastic. Look:



Bar and Stem: Truvativ 

These are built for pro racing from Truvativ’s strongest, lightest carbon fiber. The Noir T40 Flat Bar weights just 110 grams and is 580mm wide fro maximum control, with a 5-degree sweep. 



The Truvativ Stylo T40 stem is light enough for pro-level XC racing, but strong enough for burly trail riding. And I cannot believe that I just used “burly” in a sentence.

I Envy You

When all is said and done, this is going to be an absolute top-shelf mountain bike. As in a $10,000 top-shelf mountain bike. Sadly for me, I cannot win it. Which seems desperately unfair, but there you have it.

But you could win it — or any of the other prizes I’ve either announced or am going to be announcing soon. (Which includes, just as a reminder, an awesome “Africa in Moab” trip, the NYC trip, and a bunch of other things I am going to freak you out with in the very near future).

All you have to do to have a chance at winning is to go to my donation page and do something really kind and good that you’d probably do anyway: make a donation of any amount. Someone’s going to be chosen at random to win this bike. And while it’s unlikely to be you, it was also unlikely that Ed would win the Mojo. Or that Laura would win the trip to France. Or that Paul would win the trip to NYC.

In other words, someone’s going to win each of these prizes. And since, when all is said and done, this contest is going to have more than 10 prizes that could be considered “grand” prizes (3 Moab trips + the NYC trip + this bike, and we’ve hardly even gotten started), maybe this is a contest worth entering.

Oh, and if you don’t really dig mountain biking, you may want to go ahead and donate anyway. Because you wouldn’t be far wrong to think of this week as a Specialized sandwich, where one of the pieces of bread is this incredible bike I just described, and the other piece of bread is something roadies might find more to their liking (and is every bit as top-shelf).

What prizes will be revealed tomorrow, though? Another bike (not from Specialized), and a number of very cool other things.

And then, next week, I’m going to announce stuff that is even more insane than what I’m announcing this week. Stuff that is simply not to be believed. Honestly, I do not see how it will be possible for me to ever top this contest. I just don’t. 


  1. Comment by aussie kev | 11.27.2012 | 2:18 pm

    twin six should make a “burly” T shirt !!

  2. Comment by Wife#1 | 11.27.2012 | 2:34 pm


  3. Comment by Davidh-Marin,ca | 11.27.2012 | 2:45 pm

    Since I just torqued my derailleur hanger off my new 29r last week, I’m convinced there are some of us FoF’s who could put a REAL test to that ‘autosag’ feature. Hope it turns out to be a worthy candidate.

  4. Comment by NYCCarlos | 11.27.2012 | 2:48 pm

    woweeeeeeeeeee. I want that bike. You could give it to me as a wedding present :)

  5. Comment by AKChick55 | 11.27.2012 | 2:48 pm

    OMW! How you finagle these things, I do not know! Powers of persuasion you have in spades!

    So for those of us who are making payments on our bike, are you doing a drawing every week or at the end of December? I’m trying to figure out if I need to figure out how to come up with the balance on my bike sooner rather than spreading out the payments.

    Great question. All the drawings (except the NYC trip one which was obviously time-sensitive) will be done at the end of December. – FC

  6. Comment by Skippy | 11.27.2012 | 2:52 pm

    Still cycling around in the Austrian sun but by the w/end that bike looks like it will do the job ! As mentioned in the earlier post , see copied , think about a ” Pink “WBR Bike “!

    ” Fatty ,
    Your latest fundraiser , caused me to think about other ways to publicise ” WBR “, and thus a post was generated that i think you will enjoy reading . No doubt you will even think of adding a ” Pink WBR Bike “, to your stable of bikes ?”

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  8. Comment by JB | 11.27.2012 | 3:52 pm


    *Fingers crossed

  9. Comment by Janine | 11.27.2012 | 3:54 pm

    Awesome! Question for you – when will you be doing the draws…along the way or all at the end? I want to do some donations as Xmas presents, but it is kinda too early to start doing that so I’d like to wait until farther in December, but I also don’t want to miss the draws!!

    The only early draw we did — or plan to do — was for the NYC trip this week, for obvious reasons. All other draws will happen after the contest ends, which is Christmas Eve. – FC

  10. Comment by Al Pastor | 11.27.2012 | 3:59 pm

    There’s something distinctly odd about donating to buy cheap bikes and having the chance to win an insanely expensive bike.

    This is not a criticism. I do find it odd.

    How many Zambia bikes can you get for $10k? Yeah, yeah, i know. retail price manufacturer cost.

    I can tell you, I would be better served with a Zambia bike than a $10k mountain bike. But then again, i’m a roadie and all I’d do with it is run errands. I have a perfectly good 1987 Diamondback for that.

    I will be donating shortly.

    One thing I don’t think I’ve made very clear is that if you win, you get to pick which prize you take. I.e., the first person contacted can select from all the prizes. Second person contacted can select from all that are left and so forth. If you win, maybe there would be a different bike that might suit you better than this one. And yes, that’s a very poorly disguised hint about the bike I’ll be revealing in tomorrow’s post. – FC

  11. Comment by zeeeter | 11.27.2012 | 4:04 pm

    I wrote to JB last year, to say how wonderful it made me feel knowing that a bike that I donated was making such a difference on the other side of the world. Thanks Fatty for giving me the opportunity to feel twice as good this year!

    Thank you Zeeeter. I notice you donate in pretty much every contest I do, and for all the right reasons. I hope someday you win something! – FC

  12. Comment by Katie Bolling | 11.27.2012 | 4:23 pm

    This is Katie Bolling – I’m with World Bicycle Relief and I quickly want to comment on your post. If you have any other questions, feel free to email me at

    What is interesting about our bikes is that while one might view them as “cheap”, they are far from that in rural parts of Africa. One would maybe describe them as robust, appropriate, strong but one would not describe it as cheap. In fact, our bike, The Buffalo, is considered to be one – if not the best – available bikes in the regions we serve.

    And, to your point about this fancy MTB that one of you lucky folks will have a chance at winning, the technology of this amazing Specialized bike works for what it is made for and who it’s ridden by – technical terrain by mountain bikers – just like the Buffalo’s technology works for its users in rural. The bike’s slogan is “Built for Big Loads on Tough Roads” which is what is needed there. In fact, if the Stumpjumper wound up in rural Africa there is a good chance it wouldn’t last long…the spare parts system would not be able to maintain it.

    On a final note, I want to assure you that aside from generous product donations, Specialized and SRAM are some of our best supporters in the industry in terms of contributing monetary donatios and their support in spreading the word about out work and fundraising.

    I hope this information helps you. Here is a great link to details about our bike:



  13. Comment by Jenni | 11.27.2012 | 4:48 pm

    I hope I win I hope I win I hope I win.

  14. Comment by Wife#1 | 11.27.2012 | 4:50 pm

    I need a bike that meets the former criteria anyway!

    Built for Big Loads on Tough Roads”

    LOL. That is a catchy slogan, Katie!

    Oh and SNAPS to the folks at WBR for lightening fast response. I was worried one of my donation addresses had gotten messed up for the gift card, and I think they emailed me back to confirm within about 10 minutes! Supah-service!

  15. Comment by Kukui | 11.27.2012 | 5:51 pm

    I just donated AGAIN because I desperately wanted to raise my odds of winning any one of these prizes. That Stumpjumper is sooo beautiful!

    AND, I wanted to raise money for another kid to get a bike and have a better chance at life.

    Now to go clean the drool off my keyboard…

  16. Comment by Doug (Way upstate NY) | 11.27.2012 | 6:15 pm

    “How’d You Like a Specialized S-Works Stumpjumper FSR Carbon 29er?”……Umm…A lot. And I would promise to give it a good home. I promise.

  17. Comment by Davidh-Marin,ca | 11.27.2012 | 6:34 pm

    I’m taking a moment to rephrase @Al’s comment. I don’t necessarily disagree:

    “There’s something distinctly odd about donating money to buy inexpensive bikes and having the chance to win an insanely expensive one.”

    I don’t think any of us think of the Buffalo Bike as cheap, in a negative Wal-Mart kind of way(no apologies to W-M). I for one would love to win a Buffalo Bike.

    I really enjoyed my few days riding the Buffalo Bike. It’s like a tank. Honestly, these could do really well with delivery people in big cities if they were brought to the US. – FC

  18. Comment by mtb w | 11.27.2012 | 6:59 pm

    Awesome! Simply awesome! FC, you are really taking this to the next level. I hope you raise mucho money for these worthy causes.

    BTW, do you have any idea on how much this will weigh when built up (even an approximate is fine)?

    I don’t know! I don’t have weights for any of this. I’d guess around 23lbs, but that’s just speculation. – FC

  19. Comment by Clydesteve | 11.27.2012 | 7:53 pm

    OK, WBR or Fatty – I have a crew of siblings, their children & mine who all want to make a joint donation in honor of our folks for Christmas. I am collecting funds. I hope nobody in my family notices if i win a new bike and then put 2 & 2 together!

    I won’t say a word. – FC

  20. Comment by Davidh-Marin,ca | 11.27.2012 | 8:26 pm

    Massive Quads+Award Winning Comedic Mastermind+Buffalo Bike+Alpine Loop=?????

    One awesome post and some serious Strava Kudos.

    Ooooh. I like the sound of that. – FC

  21. Comment by Davidlaz | 11.28.2012 | 12:33 am

    Hi, Fatty – I contributed, do I need to do anything else to enter? Do you think my company would match the donation? I see it says I can’t deduct, since I entered a contest, but since the money goes to charity, I would think my company would be happy to match?

    You don’t need to do anything else to enter — your donation is your entry. I can’t say for sure whether your company will match, but I know that other people have been successful at getting their companies to match. Thanks for your donation! – FC

  22. Comment by Donal | 11.28.2012 | 4:24 am

    Oooosh, what a bike!
    I’ve just donated using the money I’ve saved by commuting on my bike to work for the past two weeks instead of getting the train. I’ll see if I can keep this up until Christmas Eve and donate again!

    Your giving strategy is so full of win I can’t even fathom it. – FC

  23. Comment by Jacob | 11.28.2012 | 7:11 am

    I’m actually donating as soon as I don’t have to worry about students watching me enter my debit card numbers into a computer.

    I’m actually not just donating for a chance at the bike. I actually really like this charity, but I will admit that my timing coinciding with your giveaway is not a random coincidence.

    My whole contest philosophy relies on your kind of thinking. People like doing good stuff for other people. Having a little extra motivation in the form of the slight chance of winning something amazing is just really good icing on the cake. – FC

  24. Comment by Tore Olaussen | 11.28.2012 | 9:43 am

    Damn. That’s a pretty awesome piece of equipment.
    Donate 1 bike… Check.
    Now hoping to win an awesome roadbike (stab in the dark says chances are good that one of the prizes will be a roadbike extraordinaire…)
    Although, that stuntjumper is just so sweet, I might be persuaded to take up my mountainbiking again..

  25. Comment by AKChick55 | 11.28.2012 | 9:55 am

    I completely forgot – Fatty PLEASE tell your extremely generous donors THANK YOU for their generosity in donating items to this amazing contest. Without their awesome donations, the contest would still occur, but wouldn’t be nearly as much fun as we all wonder if WE will be the ones to win, but we win whether we receive a prize or not. I would donate anyway, but sometimes other folks need a little more incentive.

    Thank you for giving us a chance to do good and making the process so easy.

  26. Comment by Davidh-Marin,ca | 11.28.2012 | 11:57 am

    Now that specialized is on board can Garmin be far behind? Get Mr. Vaughters on board for a chance to shave those sideburns off, and I’m willing to bet many more bikes will be donated. Bob Roll for one would be a fine barber to enlist.

  27. Comment by Keenedge | 11.28.2012 | 1:48 pm

    Wow! Closing my business this week and almost missed this Amazing contest. Wish I could donate more! You have out done your self once again! Looking forward to more drool worthy prizes.

  28. Comment by Burgesse | 11.28.2012 | 2:27 pm

    I don’t know why your appeals work on me the way they do, but they indeed make me do the right thing….And you are right, feels good. Happy bikes, faraway Zambia!

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  30. Comment by mahdi | 11.28.2012 | 4:14 pm

    How do we enter?

  31. Comment by Julian Tchernev | 11.28.2012 | 4:30 pm

    This is my bike,pleace lets the bike go home!!!My home

  32. Comment by Levi | 11.28.2012 | 4:31 pm

    What a magnificent cause. I am honored to have contributed.

  33. Comment by Martin Burk | 11.28.2012 | 5:01 pm

    That is kinda of a stupid question isn’t it? Of course I want a 29er FSR Stumpy….

  34. Comment by uros | 11.28.2012 | 5:04 pm

    due to lack of money, but three times this year, I could not buy a frame of this class, each time somehow I manage to save a little money by someone else before I buy the desired frame. I have lost the will to re saving money and doing extra work, because obviously I have no luck. I’m sorry but I like to ride my bike, but the real driving enjoyment will I be denied for some time.

  35. Comment by Georgi | 11.28.2012 | 5:13 pm

    what a bike :O

  36. Comment by raymond | 11.28.2012 | 5:17 pm

    everyone’s dream …..a good and expensive mountain bike….i have one but its the cheapest kind….well… performs well…

  37. Comment by James Grenier | 11.28.2012 | 5:22 pm

    I saw this add on facebook and was like: “Hey look a Stumpjumper Frame!!” I have a 2010 stumpy comp right now and if I won the frame i could just transfer all the components to it and I thought that would be pretty sweeeet!! Anyway Specialized is the best freaking brand out there and I would just love to have the frame!! Thats all I have to say!!

  38. Comment by Ecuardo Gonzalez | 11.28.2012 | 5:33 pm

    I’ve been cycling for 25 years and was never a big fan of full suspesion… Yet today with all this technology I see my Stumpjumper comp hardtailer as an antique! I’d love to own this bike and kiss good by hardtail!

  39. Comment by Mike | 11.28.2012 | 5:34 pm

    Really awesome, all around!

  40. Comment by Merlin | 11.28.2012 | 5:40 pm

    Nice bike. Donated.

  41. Comment by Matteo Pol | 11.28.2012 | 5:44 pm

    Stumpy id the best bike i dover and Light Luke a front.i want try the s works

  42. Comment by Timothy Bailey | 11.28.2012 | 5:44 pm

    That Frame would be a blessing from above by getting me back riding the local bike trails again, since someone broke in to my house last month and took my 2012 Stumpjumper FSR Comp,even at 50 years old riding that bicycle was the best thing I could do to stay young..

  43. Comment by Luis N | 11.28.2012 | 5:53 pm

    I’ll like to have that frame to buit an awesome bike. Never tried a 29er….

  44. Comment by Ivan Burke M. Tan | 11.28.2012 | 6:06 pm

    I’m a cycling enthusiast, to start my day, I ride my bike 30 minutes to 1 hour every morning before going to school. I’am from the Philippines and as much as I want to own a quality trail bike like that one your giving away, I just don’t have the money to buy one. I know that life is rough but it doesn’t stop me from dreaming of one day that I will have a quality trail bike, after all dreams are free and as far as I know, dreaming is not a crime in my country, hehe. Someone I know always say that if you want something, you have to go for it, no matter how, no matter what and no matter when. I’m writing this, hoping that I’ll be lucky and have the chance to own that bike your giving away. Godspeed. Thank you and more power.

  45. Comment by Nathanial Nelson | 11.28.2012 | 6:11 pm

    oh ho I would love a new stunpjumper I have a 2010 and I loved it to pieces but I have done so much to it now that there is not anything else I can if I had a sweet new frame to build off of and take on all the awesome trails that we have out here in utah I would love it.

  46. Comment by G Turner | 11.28.2012 | 6:12 pm

    Epic Bike!

  47. Comment by Nick R | 11.28.2012 | 6:15 pm

    A link to where I need to donate to be entered in the contest please.

  48. Comment by Bartsimpsonhead | 11.28.2012 | 6:36 pm

    Hey, if we donate are we entered into a draw for a chance to win one of the prizes on offer, or just the Stumpy? I’m not really interested in the trips and stuff, just the bike.

    And is the comp open to people who don’t live in the USA..?


  49. Comment by Colin | 11.28.2012 | 6:43 pm

    I’m Salivating..

  50. Comment by Fred | 11.28.2012 | 7:11 pm

    That frame looks awesome in my old High school Colors!

  51. Comment by tanner leslie | 11.28.2012 | 7:45 pm

    I work at a bike shop in flagstaff az. Absolute bikes. Al the other sale people and bike mechanicshave have a tail bike like this. I always wish i had a bike like this to go and ride with them. They all say its super fun.
    tanner LEslie

  52. Comment by Al Pastor | 11.28.2012 | 7:58 pm

    Katie Bolling,

    I used the word cheap to mean inexpensive (to 1st worlder) rather than poorly made.

    I’m sure the bikes you distribute are very weel made and designed and made to stand up to the tough conditions in Africa.

  53. Comment by Sonido | 11.28.2012 | 7:58 pm

    I was riding on this SJ and it’s awesome! Perfect to off-road and not only for it. LEpE

  54. Comment by Eric H | 11.28.2012 | 8:05 pm

    Just donated for many reasons. Hope I win and I love the cause!

  55. Comment by Melanie | 11.28.2012 | 8:27 pm

    I just donated. Good luck to everybody for winning the prizes you want. And i would like to thank everybody that donated to the World Bicycle Relief.

  56. Comment by jeremy smith | 11.28.2012 | 8:53 pm

    Can someone please explain the handlebar choice? A 580 mm XC race bar? Those widths are used by almost no one, even in Cat 1/pro. Most of us run 620 to 635 when we race. A Stumpy FSR is a trail bike, not an XC race rig. An appropriate bar would be a 660 to 720 with 9 degrees of sweep. It a 29er, so more than a half inch of rise is no necessary. Anyhow, nice build otherwise, but the bar is completely silly.

  57. Comment by Mac | 11.28.2012 | 9:05 pm

    How do we know if we’re participating in the contest or just donating to the cause?

  58. Comment by Zac | 11.28.2012 | 9:25 pm

    It would be cool if I won, but honestly I am just glad I am in a position to help someone in need. Good luck to all of you who entered

  59. Comment by Martin | 11.28.2012 | 11:59 pm

    I want this bike… NOW!!!!!

  60. Comment by Gregor | 11.29.2012 | 12:27 am

    I want this Bike because I can’t afford a bike like that on my own.

  61. Comment by Marlon | 11.29.2012 | 12:35 am


  62. Comment by fab | 11.29.2012 | 1:07 am

    it’s perfect!

  63. Comment by Jamie | 11.29.2012 | 1:31 am

    Redundant can’t afford that but I need

  64. Comment by ilker | 11.29.2012 | 2:15 am

    i hope to win but how ?

  65. Comment by Herberts | 11.29.2012 | 2:25 am

    I whant to try my chance also on that ride.

  66. Comment by Benjamin | 11.29.2012 | 2:55 am

    I will WIn…

    i dont have a Bike… ;-(

  67. Comment by Sven Distelrath | 11.29.2012 | 5:13 am

    Nice nice..

  68. Comment by Sophie O'Neill | 11.29.2012 | 6:09 am

    I have entered so many of these competitions and never won. This time lucky?! YES PLEASE!

  69. Comment by Josh Ballantyne | 11.29.2012 | 8:36 am

    Im racing all my cross races on a 160mm bike! I sure would love a faster bike!!!! :)

  70. Comment by Joel | 11.29.2012 | 8:51 am

    Awesome, great to see great companies supporting this!

  71. Comment by juan c romero | 11.29.2012 | 9:04 am

    The best of the best.

  72. Comment by lars jensen | 11.29.2012 | 9:33 am


  73. Comment by Richard Geall | 11.29.2012 | 10:58 am

    Good cause good contest!!

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  75. Comment by Dave Pacella | 11.29.2012 | 12:44 pm

    Thank you for the donation medium. Hope they like the bike and get to use it soon. What an awesome way to give back. Bikes and kindness go hand in hand. Ride on, friends.

  76. Comment by Zeni's | 11.29.2012 | 12:52 pm

    I wish I had this one, of course that’s just a wish, but hey the Christmas is coming and maybe Santa will listen to me this time. I’m trying to get rid of my Specialized Hardrock Sport 08 and Specialized Stumpjumper ht 09 as I sold my Specialized Big Hit 2011, so maybe this one will be do it all bike for me, finger crossed. I am SPECIALIZED and that’s what I ride only.

  77. Comment by Ben | 11.29.2012 | 9:52 pm

    Not the richest but this is a great cause so couldn’t say no.

  78. Comment by zoran | 11.30.2012 | 4:23 am

    like my dream! I hope one day I will have one like this

  79. Comment by Anonymous | 11.30.2012 | 2:19 pm

    me likey

  80. Comment by Bjoen | 12.1.2012 | 2:42 am

    This would fit perfectly right next to my 29er Stumpy expert!

    I hope to win

  81. Comment by Mcmurv | 12.2.2012 | 4:51 pm

    The link to the page looks like the regular WBR donation page. It doesn’t look like your donation page. How does our donation get tracked back to you for contest entrance?

    Love ya!

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  83. Comment by gngillespie | 12.30.2012 | 12:47 pm

    my fingers are firmly crossed – when is the competition finishing?

    is the entry linked to the post or the donation? and how does it link back if it is the donation


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