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Stumptown is a name or nickname that has been applied to several places in the United States (listed alphabetically by state):

In music[edit]

"Stumptown" is also the name of a song recorded by the trio Nickel Creek on the album Why Should the Fire Die?.

Sports industry[edit]

Stumptown was a bicycle model made by mountain bike brand Mountain Cycle, over which it was threatened with a lawsuit by Specialized.,[2] due to their perceived similarity with their Stumpjumper line of mountain bikes. A huge backlash in the Portland bicycle community caused Specialized to back down from their legal threats.


  1. ^ "From Robin's Nest to Stumptown". End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center. Archived from the original on November 22, 2012. Retrieved January 23, 2012.
  2. ^ "Specialized, Mountain Cycle disagree on "Stumptown"".