Whether you're looking for your first mountain bike or a reliable hardtail to add to your stable, the Jamis Durango Comp has the styling and performance to satisfy your needs. The Durango frame features a sloping top tube that optimizes stand-over clearance while the over-size down tube and head tube offer plenty of strength and stiffness to maximize your pedaling effort. Grippy 29 x 2.25-inch CST Patrol tires paired to Alex alloy rims give you excellent traction with quick acceleration, and the Shimano 18-speed drivetrain and Tektro hydraulic disc brakes let you climb the steepest trails and descend with confidence. Jamis touchpoints complete the cockpit, adding value to this all-around singletrack rambler.
These may be the most affordable 29’ers in the Jamis stable, but there’s nothing entry-level about the performance of these bikes. They’ve taken all new frame styling and married it to their proven Dakota geometry. Best-in-Class performance and Big Hoops doesn’t have to mean Big Bucks and the Durango 29 Expert proves it. The Expert ships with an Acera 3x9 drivetrain and trail-worthy Tektro hydraulic disc brakes.
For those looking to take their trail riding to the next level, the Jamis Hijack simply performs as a capable all-around hardtail. It swoops in with modern geometry, a 120mm-travel Suntour fork and trail-mastering 27.5 x 2.25-inch WTB tires to take your riding up a notch. The Hijack A1’s 1x10-speed Shimano Deore drivetrain commands hilly terrain with a wide range of gearing options at your fingertips. And, you’ll be glad you have hydraulic disc brakes on the way down, offering control and power all in one package.
If you thrive on connection to the trail, if you live for the flow of a screaming descent and love the responsiveness of a hardtail, Jamis’ Komodo is for you. This trail-eating hardtail boasts slack head angles and 120mm of suspension fork travel for high-speed handling, in addition to robust frame tubes and thru-axles for big-landing durability. And, 2.8-inch tires grant you fistfuls of traction, stability, and ultra-smooth roll-over, all without the added weight and complexity of dual suspension. Getting up the trail is no biggie with Shimano’s Deore 1x10 drivetrain, packing plenty of range to tackle any part of the trail. And, Tektro has your safety in mind, providing more than ample stopping power with their M275 hydraulic brakes, so you can hit it hard on the downhills and know your butt is covered.
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