Posted: February 11th, 2013 | Filed under: Featured, Jamis, Products, Road Bikes, Womens Bikes | Tags: 2013, Femme, jamis, Shimano Sora, ventura, Ventura Comp | No Comments »
Every once in a while, a new bike comes out that has just the right blend of weight, performance, ride quality, parts spec, and of course, price. The 2013 Jamis Ventura Comp and women’s specific Ventura Comp Femme are just such bikes.
The Jamis Ventura has always been a winner. Literally. It’s a perennial finalist and multiple-time winner of Bicycling Magazine coveted Editor’s Choice awards. Whether it’s the top-end Ventura Race, the high-value Ventura Sport, or the over-achieving Ventura Comp, the whole family offers great rides at even better price points.
The all-new 2013 Ventura Comp and Comp Femme continue the tradition by combining their light, efficient, and comfortable Kinesis 7005 double-butted aluminum frames – featuring size specific tube diameters and a tapered steerer tubes – with smooth riding, ultra-light full carbon forks, the awesome new Shimano Sora shifters/derailleurs, and venerable Mavic CXP-22 wheelsets, all for $950.
Seriously. You’re getting full carbon, hollow-crown, 1 1/8″ – 1 1/2″ tapered steerer forks on bikes that retail for less than a grand. There are some $1500 Shimano 105 bikes that can’t claim that. Hell, there are some $3000 carbon bikes with Ultegra Di2 that can’t give you a fork that’s as smooth, stiff, and light as the ones you get on the 2013 Jamis Ventura Comp and Comp Femme.
Long story short, these bikes ride amazingly well – they’re balanced, quick, smooth, fun – and they’re worth every penny. Great first road bikes? Definitely. Perfect Gran Fondo, all-day bikes? Of course. Light-touring workhorses? Winter-training machines? Gravel road adventurers? Super-commuters? Yes, yes, yes, and yes. These bikes can do it all, do it well, and do it with style. Come by the shop soon and check out what just might be the best riding, best looking bikes you can get for $950.
Posted: October 8th, 2011 | Filed under: Featured, Jamis, Mountain Bikes, Products, Road Bikes, Specialized | Tags: 2012, 29, 29er, di2, epic, jamis, Rival, roubaix, Shimano, specialized, SRAM, tarmac, ui2, ultegra, Xenith | 2 Comments »
The 2012 bikes are coming in fast, so it’s only right that we have 2012 demo bikes. We have four models to choose from this year, so whether you’re looking for a new speed machine, an all-day endurance ride, or a fast off-road whip, we’ve got you covered. Check out the demo models and info after the jump and stop by when you’re ready to test the best.
Posted: October 4th, 2011 | Filed under: Featured, Hybrid Bikes, Jamis, Mountain Bikes, Products, Road Bikes | Tags: 2012, Allegro, coda, commuter, Exile, jamis, satellite, ventura, Xenith | No Comments »
At long last, we’ve got the 2012 Jamis Bikes in stock. There have been some really nice adds and upgrades for the new model year – Ultegra Di2 Xenith for $4K?! – so check out the new bikes below and stop in, email, or call for availability.
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Posted: January 7th, 2011 | Filed under: Featured, Jamis, Products | Tags: 2011, city, coda, jamis, jamis coda, steel, urban | No Comments »
If you’re looking for bike that can do it, and do it with a little style, the 2011 Jamis Coda is it. Read More »
Posted: January 7th, 2011 | Filed under: Featured, Jamis, Products | Tags: 2011, Beatnik, Fixed Gear, jamis, Single Speed, steel, urban | 2 Comments »
The 2011 Jamis Beatnik is everything you need and nothing you don’t. Steel frame & fork for smoothness and durability, a flip-flop single speed hub for simplicity, and front & rear brakes for safety, all for $370. Read More »
Posted: January 5th, 2011 | Filed under: Featured, Jamis, Products, Road Bikes | Tags: jamis, jamis satellite sport, road bike, satellite, satellite sport, steel | No Comments »
Steel is real, and for 2011, Jamis continues to offer some the�most affordable, and fun-to-ride steel road bikes on the market. The 2011 Jamis Satellite Sport is perhaps the best example of how versatile a steel road bike can be. Read More »