Enduralin: it's the difference between the tentative first go of the year and the ripping third lap of a midsummer day. It's the ease of knowing your suspension is dialed. It's a boost of confidence, speed and control when a bit more of any could make a winning formula. Enduralin is the extra bit of fun that turns a good ride into a great one— the shouting of the crowd, the cowbells, a flow state of euphoria, accelerated reaction time, and enhanced perception. It's the difference between a good ride and an all-time ride. And the Orbea Rallon has Enduralin flowing through its veins. The frame utilizes Orbea Monocoque Race (OMR) materials, an optimum blend of high-modulus and high-strength fibers. Prepreg carbon sheets are laser cut to minimize excess materials and overlap, and hours of pre-molding ensure optimal compaction with the smallest amount of carbon. The frame has a unique feature in the front triangle that offsets the shock relative to center and adds an asymmetric support on the non-drive-side. This progressive design stiffens and strengthens the pivot system, offers incredibly easy access to damper controls, and increases the room available for a tool kit and water bottle. It also allows the top tube to be moved down for an extremely low standover. The Rallon’s Pure Enduro geometry features a slack head angle, long cockpit, long wheelbase, and steep seat angle. Additionally, the geometry can be adjusted trailside for a more aggressive position—a simple rotation of the shock mount pin drops the BB by 7mm and slackens angles by .5-deg. Boost spacing moves the chainline outboard by 3mm, increasing the space available at the bottom bracket. This doesn’t sound like much but means that tire clearance can be increased without sacrificing drivetrain clearance or swingarm rigidity. All of it adds up to more durability, nimble handling and a bike that tracks better through rough terrain. A high-performance components spec, including Fox suspension and a SRAM 1x drivetrain, make the Rallon race-ready out of the box. A dropper post, quad-piston brakes, and Maxxis Aggressor 2.5-inch tires amplify its shredding abilities. - SRAM X01/GX Eagle drivetrain - Fox 36 Float Performance fork - Fox DPX2 Factory Kashima shock - RaceFace Aeffect Dropper post
These may be the most affordable 29’ers in Jamis’ stable, but there’s nothing entry-level about the performance of these bikes. They took all-new frame styling and married it to the proven Dakota geometry, then added a suspension fork, 29-inch wheels, a 21-speed drivetrain, and disc brakes for real trail prowess. Best-in-class performance and big hoops don’t have to mean big bucks, and the Durango proves it.
Jamis' lightweight and durable aluminum XR.24 frame is easier to pedal than steel and it's spec'd with a replaceable rear derailleur hanger for increased frame longevity. That rigid fork isn't just for cool looks; its light weight means greater control and safety for young riders. Compared to bigger 26” wheeled bikes, the smaller diameter 24” wheels and shorter 12” frame of the XR.24 provides more standover clearance and a lower center of gravity for enhanced control and safety, so young, aspiring mountain bikers can learn to ride both on and off road comfortably, securely, and safely. The double chainring crankset offers increased gear range (14-speeds) with an alloy outer rock guard to protect the chainrings from contact with curbs or logs, and it helps keep pants and legs clean too! Non-quick release hubs and seat post clamps ensure that wheels and seats remain securely and safely attached to the frame and fork.
Musically speaking, Allegro means quick and lively, which exactly characterizes the spirit of Jamis’ Allegros: fitness bikes that are lively, quick, and seriously fun to ride. Allegro blends the speed and efficiency of a road bike with the heads-up riding position many people prefer. It has double-wall alloy rims and fast, 700c tires that slice through the miles with ease and linear pull brakes that bring you to a controlled stop on a dime. The combination of a 21-speed road bike drivetrain, flat bar shifters, and lightweight step-over aluminum frame means you can Gran Fondo it on the weekend, then race through traffic during the week.
Building great recreational-level bikes that ride much like (and look a lot like) their high-end bikes is a passion at Jamis. And no bikes showcase that commitment better than the Trail X A2. The Trail X chassis emphasizes all-day performance with handling that’s quick and sure without being overly darty. Its suspension fork and 21-speed drivetrain make it trail-ready and quite capable, while disc brakes help ensure safety and control wherever you ride, and in all weather. You don’t have to give up comfort for capability, though, and the Trail X A2 provides both, offering an ATB Sport saddle, riser bar, and soft, Kraton grips, all with a heads-up geometry that keeps you riding comfortably all day long.
The dual-sport Jamis DXT is a pumped-up version of the Allegro fitness bikes. DXT has a greater 21-gear range to take on steeper hills and tougher terrain, along with wider, more trail-capable tires for access to more riding areas. You’ll have no problem stopping on a dime with disc brakes that perform well in any conditions, and a suspension fork smooths out those choppy roads and rough trails for a pleasant ride, wherever you take your DXT.
Comfortable, enjoyable mobility: that’s Citizen. If you're looking for an all-purpose bike that can take you around town or down your local rail trail paths, the Citizen 2 has all the right equipment. The lightweight aluminum frame and fast-rolling 700c tires accelerate briskly, and the Suntour suspension fork provides just enough shock absorption to take the bite out of rough roads. A 21-speed drivetrain paired with linear-pull brakes allow you to roam the hilly countryside with minimal effort, and a large comfort saddle, high-rise handlebar, and included kickstand all contribute to creating an enjoyable ride everywhere you go. We can’t think of a better way to be a good Citizen.
Orbea designed the Gain to boost your riding experience into high gear while still managing to blend in with the crowd. Its e-bike system is modern, integrated, and sleek. Gain embraces your sweat and hard work and works in unison with your efforts to tick off the miles. Distractions have been minimized so it's just you, your bike, and the hours ahead. The heart of the Gain is the pedal-assist rear hub motor, which monitors your pedaling input and adjusts power accordingly. This sophisticated drive system provides smooth and reliable assistance at levels designed to enhance your ride, not dominate it. And since the motor is at the hub, you’ll experience drag-free pedaling when Gain is not providing a push. Gain’s control center is the iWoc ONE—a simple, attractive, and discreet button integrated into the top tube. It allows you to power the system on or off, check motor assist levels, and view the remaining battery charge. The button's colored LED lighting puts all the information you need right at your fingertips. Recharging the system is a breeze—the CAN (Controller Area Network) port on the downtube provides a single interface for charging, system diagnosis, or attaching an external backup battery. The battery is typically one of the most noticeable components of an e-bike system, so Orbea took every step to find the lightest, smallest, and most discreet system available. The idea is to provide you with enough battery power, but not more. This eliminates the need for a bulky, high-output battery that needs to be removed from the bike. Orbea calls this concept "Enough Energy", and it's at the core of the Gain's design. The result is an exceptionally lightweight, sporty, and rideable bike—a machine that heeds the call of the open road. - SRAM Force 1 drivetrain - FSA Energy cockpit
$649.00 - $679.00
Put a little squish in your ride with the DXT Comp and enjoy taking the path less traveled. The lightweight aluminum frame and 75mm suspension fork give you nimble, controlled handling for sporty pursuits over varied surfaces, allowing the option to create a longer ride from home to the trails and back. The wide-range 27-speed drivetrain offers the dual advantage of having high road bike gearing for controlled pedaling at speed and low mountain bike gearing for easier pedaling uphill, and Tektro hydraulic disc brakes ensure a safe and controlled ride, even in inclement weather. And, with a flip of a knob on the top of the fork, the suspension travel can be locked from movement, allowing the bike to be 100% responsive to pedaling input so no amount of energy goes to waste. A full complement of eyelets and rack mounts to simplify installation of carriers and fenders for commuting use, and the ATS stem allows you to adjust your handlebar height just as easily as adjusting your seat post for dialing in that perfect fit.
The Orbea Comfort is all about well, comfort. It's designed with 3 main principles in mind: comfort is safe, comfort is durable, and comfort is capable. And luckily this bike achieves each of those principles. Its long wheelbase and low bottom bracket result in handling that is stable and predictable. The frame geometry, wide handlebars, and adjustable stem put the rider in an upright position, making it that much easier to view your surroundings. The bike rolls efficiently on durable double-wheel 700c wheels which come wrapped in high-volume tires that help smooth out the ride. The addition of powerful brakes, a reliable Shimano drivetrain, and a plush saddle all contribute to the Comfort living up to its name. - Suntour 80mm front suspension fork - Shimano 3 x 7 drivetrain
$399.00 - $399.99
Answer the call of the road in total comfort with Raleigh's Cadent 1. This light, efficient street machine is perfect for charity rides, touring, commuting, or just plain ol' two-wheeled fun. You’ll enjoy the lively ride of the lightweight aluminum frame. This beauty boasts an easy-shifting 21-speed Shimano drivetrain and powerful Tektro linear-pull brakes for the road's ups and downs. And you'll never lack comfort thanks to a great selection of Raleigh components and a plush Raleigh saddle.
$209.00 - $219.00
Laser's mini MX-Moto design offers plenty of standover clearance for young riders and a head-turning, two-tone paint finish that will be the talk of the neighborhood. The over-sized blades and leading axle dropout of the Laser fork assures it will be up to the task of getting there and back safely. If a steel or alloy part is not painted or anodized, Jamis protects it with a black electroplating which enhances the corrosion resistance of that part. The satin sheen of the finish looks good too. The Laser's full-length and full ring-wrap chainguard keep clothes and legs cleanly and safely out of the way of the chain. Every 16-inch Laser offers stabilizing training wheels that assist the young rider in learning how to pedal, steer, and balance a bike for the first time. The training wheel support struts attach securely both to the rear hub axle and the frame itself so that the training wheels don’t rotate out of plane with the rear wheel, preventing tips or spills.
The Raleigh MXR 16 is the perfect gateway to a lifetime of riding. The MXR 16 is a 16-inch-wheeled bike that’s lightweight to make getting started easy, yet it’s durable enough to survive the learning process. A pedal brake (also called foot brake or kick back brake) is simple and intuitive to use. Speed-inspired colors and graphics will have kids racing around the driveway, park, or neighborhood in no time.
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