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The legend of the Dragon would not be complete without a princess. Meet the Dragonfly, Jamis's first female-specific steel Reynolds 853 hardtail ever and the only Dragon that just might save you. With 27.5” wheels, 120mm travel fork, front and rear thru-axles, slack head angle and short chainstays, the new Dragonfly was hatched so you could cast your spell and reign triumphant o’er the terrain. You can find the full spec here, on Jamis's website.
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Jamis calls their Dragonslayer a "mid fat" bike. It sits on 3-inch-wide tires, so you get that fat-bike grip and flotation with quickness and agility on hardpack. It's all about versatility with the Dragonslayer. Ride it on sunny days and dry trails, ride it through the mud and snow, or even load it up with cargo and do some overnight bike packing. The frame is equipped with rack mounts. You can even run it single speed with the rear sliding dropouts. This is truly the bike that can do it all. The steel frame is light and durable and rides like a gift. Then you have a Fox 34 fork to smooth out the terrain and keep your steering on point. The 2x10 Shimano drivetrain gives you plenty of gear options for big climbs, loaded up touring, and casual riding. Tubeless-ready wheels, Ritchey components, and powerful Deore discs complete the specs. The only things missing are a map, a plan, and you.
This is for those looking to take their trail riding to the next level. With modern geometry, a 5” travel fork with thru axle and tubeless rims, the Hijack performs as a capable all around hardtail. Frame Materials Lightweight and strong triple-butted 6061 series aluminum tubing, featuring over-sized & tapered tubing for increased frame stiffness. Tapered Headtube Riding fast with control requires steering precision, which starts with the front of the bike. Stiffening this area results in less wheel deflection, more wheel control. A full 1.5" head tube and steerer would achieve this, but would add unnecessary weight and bulk, and limit stem choices. But a tapered 1 1 /8" to 1 1/2" head tube serves up a significant increase in rough terrain tracking and stability without much of a weight penalty compared to standard 1 1 /8" systems. Why Thru Axles? The increase in stiffness of a 15mm fork axle improves steering & handling significantly. It also puts less stress on the fork’s internals, improving fork durability and performance. The hub drop outs provide a self centering feature for the wheel for fast, easy installation. - 6061 triple-butted aluminum frame - SR Suntour XCR 32 LOR 27.5" suspension fork - WTB STX i23 TCS tubeless 27.5" wheel set - 10-speed Shimano Deore components - Tektro M275 hydraulic disc brakes
If you thrive on connection to the trail, if you live for the ow of a screaming descent -- the Komodo 27.5+ Expert will take you there without the added weight and complexity of dual suspension. This is an all-the-time trail hardtail with slacker head angles and 5” of fork travel for high-speed handling, robust frame tubes and thru-axles for big landing durability, and 3” tires for traction, stability and smooth roll-over.
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