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Old 05-12-17, 01:35 AM
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Anyone know anything about this bike? JUMPRO REVOLUTION STX 2001.

Bought in Germany around 1993. No idea where this bike was manufactured, what it's worth, and no company info. Anyone have any info about this bike? I have pics but this forum won't let me post them.
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Old 05-12-17, 07:16 AM
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Welcome aboard! If you go to the new member section and say hello to nine of your new friends, you can post pix and we can give you a better response.
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Old 05-12-17, 12:30 PM
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Jumpro revolution stx 2001

Here are some pics which may help.
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Can you confirm the material it is made out of? At first I thought maybe titanium, but perhaps clearcoated chromoly or stainless. Are there any rust spots on the frame anywhere?

It is an interesting bike. Unique use of blue anodized bits. However, the market is also hard on vintage MTBs.
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Found more pix of one online by searching jumpro stx2001. Not sure what language this is, but the pix look a lot like your bike.

If the tubing sticker is correct, we're looking at Tange double-butted cromoly.

STX2001 might refer to the component group (STX), which is consistent with your purchase in '93.

Perhaps all this will jog someone's memory. Could be Europe-only model and not exported.

https://www.dirtbike.ro/bazar/mtb-jumpro-stx2001-319440

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Sure is sharp looking!
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Originally Posted by Dirt Farmer View Post
Sure is sharp looking!
Yeah!! Thanks!! I love this bike!! Best bike I've ever owned. I've had freestyle bikes back in the 80's (REDLINE, MONGOOSE, GT) that couldn't compare to this one. This is hands down the fastest bike I've ever owned. Best of both worlds--it has the ability to haul butt on the street and take a beating on the trail.
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Originally Posted by CliffordK View Post
Can you confirm the material it is made out of? At first I thought maybe titanium, but perhaps clearcoated chromoly or stainless. Are there any rust spots on the frame anywhere?

It is an interesting bike. Unique use of blue anodized bits. However, the market is also hard on vintage MTBs.
Hi Clifford,
It's definitely cromo. No rust spots.
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Originally Posted by bargainguy View Post
Found more pix of one online by searching jumpro stx2001. Not sure what language this is, but the pix look a lot like your bike.

If the tubing sticker is correct, we're looking at Tange double-butted cromoly.

STX2001 might refer to the component group (STX), which is consistent with your purchase in '93.

Perhaps all this will jog someone's memory. Could be Europe-only model and not exported.

https://www.dirtbike.ro/bazar/mtb-jumpro-stx2001-319440
Hi BargainGuy,
First, thanks for welcoming me and pointing me in the right direction to get my pics posted in the forum.

And yes, this bike is identical to the one I have. I wish I could replace the tires with the original blue-ish/whitish color. They were so dry rotted I had to replace them. I love this bike!!
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Here is a current pic of my bike
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Still looking for any information about this JUMPRO mountain bike.

Anyone know anything about JUMPRO or where they're based?
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Still looking for any info about JUMPRO REVOLUTION

Hoping someone who knows even a little about this company will give some info about this bike
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