Jamis Dakar XCT Pro Mountain Bike 2012

Jamis Dakar XCT Pro Mountain Bike 2012

Jamis Dakar XCT Pro Mountain Bike 2012
$(‘[id^=prSize_selector]’).find(‘div:first-child’).append(‘ View Geometry Chart ‘);$(function() { $(‘.size-chart’).fancybox({ type: ‘ajax’, width: 550, height: 400, helpers: { overlay: { locked: false } } }); }); Jamis Bicycles hasa long history of innovating revolutionary bikes. This dates all theway backto 1979, when Jamis introduced the Earth Cruiser. The Earth Cruiserhelped tospark the beach cruiser revolution which has been a part of beach-citycultureever since. This revolution hasn’t stopped, Jamis has merely shiftedfocus toother forms of two wheeled machines. Today Jamis develops and producestop-of-the-line road and mountain bikes. Leveraging over 30 years ofexperience,Jamis is able to craft race driven performance, as well as high qualitytrickledown products for the average rider. Jamis has a goal to build theperfectbike, which might be an impossible goal, however to Jamis, it’s theonly oneworth pursuing. The Jamis Dakar XCTPro is a marvelous piece of construction. The Dyad Ultra lay-up of M30and T700high and mid-modulus carbon fibers features a tapered head tube forsteeringprecision. In the rear, the 130mm travel mp4 Trail system offers aprogressiveleverage rate allowing the rear shock to be tuned more linearly andpumped tolower pressures for a smoother, more comfortable ride. At the heart oftheframe, the Dakar XCT Pro is equipped with a Rock Shox Monarch RT3 HighVolumeshock with 10mm hardware, turning rough trails into tire-grippingvelvet. Upfront, the Rock Shox Revelation RL fork features a dual air spring withMotionControl dampening, external rebound dampening & low-speed-to-lockadjustwith 140mm of travel. Jagged rocks, roots, stumps, and streams will nolongerbe pain inflicting obstacles, but merely bumps on the trail! What would aperformance constructed frame be without performance driven components?Jamishad this in mind when they assembled the component suit for the DakarXCT Pro.The SRAM X9 rear derailleur offers exact actuation for precise anddependableshifting. A SRAM X7 front derailleur is used to keep the price to aminimum, whileproviding a reliable, silky smooth glide across the front chainrings.Jamis stayed with SRAM X9where iscounts, as it is geared with X9 10-speed trigger shifters with aMatchmakerclamp. Driving this train is the strong yet light 39/26 SRAM S1400crankset andthe PressFit 30 BB system, working in sync to deliver high performancestrengthand power transfer, enabling you to quickly turn on the burners whenthecompetition heats up. Ritchey Pro is anindustry leader in bicycle cockpit components, which is why youcouldn’t expectJamis to use anything else for the Dakar XCT Pro cockpit. TheDakar XCTPro cockpit is fabricated of Ritchey Pro Rizer 31.8mm bar, Ritchey Pro4-Axisstem, and Ritchey Pro seatpost which offer pro caliber features at areal-worldrider price. American Classic All Mountain Disc wheels will be the windbeneathyour wings that keep you rolling for miles. The American Classic AllMountainwheels aren’t going to stop on their own which is why the Avid Elixir 3hydraulic disc brakes are there to stop you after you’ve done enoughdamage forthe day. SPECIFICATIONS Frame Full high modulus carbon frame, Dyad XC Ultra lay-up, 130mm travel mp4 Trail linkage design, SST tube diameters, tapered head tube, asymmetrical chainstays, Maxle 135×12 rear thru-axle Fork RockShox Revelation RL, Dual Air spring with Motion Control dampening, external rebound dampening & low-speed-to-lock adjust, 32mm stanchions, 15mm thru-axle, tapered alloy steerer, 140mm travel Headset FSA Orbit 1.5 Zero-Stack internal cup, for tapered head tube, 30mm shim stack Rear Shock Rock Shox Monarch RT3 High Volume shock with 10mm hardware Wheelset American Classic All Mountain Disc wheels. AC130 15mm thru-axle front & AC 225 12x135mm thru-axle rear hubs Tires Geax Gato 2.3? front and AKA 2.2? rear, folding Brakes Avid Elixir 3 hydraulic disc brakes with 180mm front & 160mm rear rotors Brake Levers Avid Elixir 3 Shifters SRAM X9 10-speed trigger shifters with matchmaker clamp Front Derailleur SRAM X7 Rear Derailleur SRAM X9 Crankset SRAM S1400 Crankset, 39/26 Bottom Bracket 30BB Press-Fit integrated Cassette SRAM PG-1050, 10-speed, 12-36 Chain SRAM PC-1051, 10 speed Handlebar Ritchey Pro Rizer 31.8mm bar Stem Ritchey Pro 4-Axis stem Grips Jamis Lock-On grips Saddle WTB Volt Race saddle Seatpost Ritchey Pro seatpost Claimed Weight 25.25 lbs Note: Components are subject to change without notice. GEOMETRY Size 15″ 17″ 19″ 21″ Effective Top Tube 22.12″ 22.79″ 23.70″ 24.08″ Seat Tube Length 13.66″ 15.08″ 17.71″ 19.41″ Standover Height 29.96″ 30.82″ 32.12″ 33.15 Head Tube Length 4.53″ 4.72″ 5.51″ 5.90″ Head Tube Angle 67.5deg 67.5deg 67.5deg 67.5deg Seat Tube Angle 73.5deg 73.5deg 73.5deg 73deg Wheelbase 43.19″ 43.86″ 44.80 45.04 Chainstay Length 17.12″ 17.12″ 17.12″ 17.12″ BB Height 12.95″ 12.95″ 12.95″ 12.95″
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Jamis Dakar XCT Pro Mountain Bike 2012

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Question by izziam: Worth of a Jamis ranger bicycle?
I recently purchased a black, aluminum body, jamis bicycle on craigs list and the model is ‘ranger” (I searched the website and I couldn’t find it) I paid $ 200 and its in fine condition, I just want to know if I got ripped off, or if I got a good deal!?

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Answer by John M
It will depend on the age and components.

http://www.bikepedia.com/Search.aspx?Q=jamis ranger

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