Want the steamroller ability of a 29er and the quickness of a 26er? Jamis' Dakar SixFifty B1 is just right. Stability, traction, and roll-over-everything momentum come from the 29er side and snappy acceleration and quick handling comes from the 26er side. The 650b wheel size is the ideal balance. The unique wheels are hung from Jamis' aluminum frame with 130mm of travel from their proven mp3 suspension. Soaking up the bumps out front is a White Brothers fork with 20mm through axle for excellent stiffness and steering accuracy. And with always on-point components such as a Shimano drivetrain, Hayes hydraulic disc brakes, Kenda Nevegal tires and Ritchey hardgoods, you'll surely have a great ride every ride.
Want the steamroller ability of a 29er and the quickness of a 26er? Jamis' Dakar SixFifty B1 is just right. Stability, traction, and roll-over-everything momentum come from the 29er side and snappy acceleration and quick handling comes from the 26er side. The 650b wheel size is the ideal balance. The unique American Classic wheels are hung from Jamis' aluminum frame with 130mm of travel from their proven mp3 suspension. Soaking up the bumps out front is a White Brothers fork with 20mm through axle for excellent stiffness and steering accuracy. And with the pro-level SRAM X.0 drivetrain, Avid disc brakes, Kenda Nevegal tires and Ritchey hardgoods you'll surely have a great ride every ride.
When your riding involves XC one day, shuttle runs the next and hitting the park the day after, take the awesome Dakar XAM I. With 160/150mm of travel front/rear, you're ready to take on darn near everything. Of course, the Dakar's frame design is enhanced with Fox's awesome RP2 shock in the rear and Marzocchi's 55 TST2 fork with lockout up front, so you can climb back up to the top. Plus, great specs like a SRAM X-9 drivetrain, Hayes Stroker disc brakes, Mavic rims and Syncros controls make this one bike worth riding over the whole mountain.
Jamis' Dakar XAM II boasts an all-mountain, go-anywhere, do-anything 7005-aluminum suspension frame with beefed-up stays. Leading the way is a big Fox 36 Talas with 100-160mm of travel and the rear is tamed with Fox's renowned RP23 shock. And, you'll never miss a front shift again thanks to TruVativ's revolutionary Hammerschmidt crankset. It delivers perfect front shifts under load, while coasting, pedaling backwards, you name it, it'll change the way you ride! And how about the Joplin seatpost? It gives you 3-inches of on-the-fly adjustment. Stopping the flow to lower your seat? That's so last year. Let's not forget an X.0 rear derailleur, Mavic wheels, Elixir brakes and Syncros controls; this baby is ready to rip!
Jamis' suspension technology stands out in their Dakar XC Comp. Whether climbing or descending, the responsive rear suspension offers 90mm of travel and is efficient to pedal, too, with oversize aluminum tubes. It's balanced up front with a 100mm travel RockShox Tora fork for total control and comfort. Solid components like lightweight Mavic rims, grippy tires from Geax, a Shimano 27-speed drivetrain and Shimano hydraulic disc brakes make the Dakar XC Comp a sweet trail-ripping ride.
Jamis' suspension technology stands out in their Dakar XC Sport. Whether climbing or descending, the responsive rear suspension offers 90mm of travel and is efficient to pedal, too, with oversize aluminum tubes. It's balanced up front with a 100mm travel RST fork for total control and comfort. Solid components like lightweight rims, grippy tires from Geax, a Shimano 24-speed drivetrain and mechanical-disc brakes make the Dakar XC Sport a sweet trail-ripping ride.
Fittingly for a bike called the Pro, the Dakar XCR Pro is a race-ready thoroughbred featuring a light, responsive and quick carbon frame and Jamis' sweet mp3 suspension for an efficient, smooth ride. Fox controls the travel with a 32F 100RL up front and a Float RP23 in back. And this cush rig is light, too! Jamis decked out this rocket in order to bring you a top-end ride that weighs less than 25 pounds. It boasts Shimano's excellent XT/XTR 27-speed group, Ritchey aluminum and carbon controls, and light Mavic rims wrapped with grippy Geax rubber. All this adds up to one fast rig out on the trail.
Jamis' Dakar XCR Race is a no-nonsense bike built for full-tilt speed. The lightweight aluminum frame is enhanced by Jamis' mp3 suspension with 100mm-travel, so pedaling force is always delivered directly to the trail. The Fox shocks in the front and rear offer smooth travel and excellent reliability. Plus, the Expert boasts a Shimano XT drivetrain, Mavic rims and XT discs so you can fly down mountains with total control. And, grippy Geax tires keep you glued to the trail at all times.
Having the sub 23-pound Jamis Dakar XCR Team in your corner is like making the competition pedal with one leg tied behind their back. Boasting a carbon fiber frame and 100mm of super-efficient travel, it practically pedals uphill by itself. Up front, RockShox' SID XX World Cup fork with 100mm of travel sucks up anything the trail throws at you. That's good because you'll be flying with Mavic's super-trick Crossmax SLR tubeless wheels and SRAM's innovative XX 20-speed group providing unmatched speed along with flawless shifting and powerful, controlled braking. The finishing kit can keep the pace, too, with Ritchey WCS carbon components and grippy Geax tires that keep you ahead of the competition.
Blurring the line between XC and all-mountain is Jamis' Dakar XCT 1. With 130mm of travel in the rear, the light aluminum frame descends just as well as it climbs. Steering through any and all trails, a SunTour suspension fork takes on rugged descents and rough trails with 140mm of travel. Plus, a solid mix of gear keeps you rolling along, like tough Alex rims with Geax knobbies and Ritchey controls. Last but certainly not least, FSA cranks turning your Shimano drivetrain let you ride every zone: up, down and all around.
Jamis created one heck of an all-day trail bike with the Dakar XCT 2. Its lightweight, responsive mp3 suspension frame climbs like a XC racer yet rips with 130mm of Fox RP2 travel, perfect for rough, aggressive downhills. Marzocchi's 44 fork adjusts from 100 to 140mm of travel to match the pitch and terrain. Plus, it's equipped with serious components like a Shimano XT rear derailleur, SLX shifters, lightweight Mavic rims, powerful Avid Elixir discs and a full spread of fine components from Ritchey. All of this translates into one outstanding bike that begs to be ridden.
It's a big world; ride all of it. Jamis' Dakar XCT 3 splits the difference between a pure XC racer and a long-travel all-mountain bike. Its super-responsive mp3 suspension frame gives you 130mm of travel so you can plunge down the fall line while the adjustable-travel Fox TALAS fork cranks down from 140mm to 100mm to tackle the big climbs. In keeping with the balanced theme, the XCT 3 uses a slightly more relaxed geometry for high-speed stability without compromising quick handling for technical sections. Some great spec highlights include SRAM X-9 gearing, Avid Elixir discs and Mavic Crossride wheels with some fast Geax tires. And, when the trail points down, just drop the Crank Brothers Joplin seatpost with the flick of a switch for ultimate control.
Jamis' Parker I was originally designed for dual slalom, then riders quickly figured out that it's awesome at dirt jumps, skateparks and the trails. It's aluminum frame is light enough for tail whipping and stout enough for freeride jibbing. RockShox' Domain U-Turn fork adjusts from 160mm for big hits down to 115mm for racing or jumping while Fox's Float air shock keeps the rear end active with 100mm. You'll roll on Alex wheels with sticky Kenda Nevegals, spin with stiff FSA cranks and feather your speed with powerful Hayes brakes. Race it, jump it, rail it, do it all.
Shred to the max and push your limits to new levels with Jamis' Parker II. Its light aluminum frame dishes out 100mm of buttery travel with a Fox Float shock and its trail-devouring RockShox' Lyrik fork makes the bumps disappear with 115 to 160mm of adjustable travel. Alex provides their tough and true rims, SRAM takes care of your shifting needs with their awesome X.0 9-speed drivetrain and e.13 keeps your chain in line with their LG1 chainguide. Hayes' sure-stopping Stroker disc brakes bring you to a halt in all conditions and a host of tough components from Syncros takes care of all your riding needs, day-in and day-out.
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