Jamis 2016 Renegade Expat

Jamis 2016 Renegade Expat http://www.rbinc-sports.com
416 787 4998 x 0 Available at the Jamis Bicycle Factory Store open 7 days a week!
Adventure bicycle that is and off on road drop bar bicycle for every type of riding in one bicycle the ultimate all rounder. This model is reasonably priced so you don’t have to break the bank!
Starting with a wide and consistent stack and reach range, we set out to design a frame that could handle on or off road conditions while maintaining a comfortable ride. As you start to review the geo chart you will noticed we have 3 different fork offsets, BB drops and rear center measurements. Add size specific tubing and 2 different sized rear triangles and you have what we feel is the perfect endurance geo for all sized riders. The reason for this is that we wanted the 48 and 61 to fit the rider correctly and make the geo changes needed to provide the perfect ride.




















Size specific tubing optimizes ride quality and assures the lightest possible weight for each frame size. Our 48, 51 and 54cm Renegade frames are designed with top and down tubes 10% smaller than on the 56, 58 and 61cm. The result is a bike that has consistent performance characteristics across the size range, offering a ride that is virtually tuned for each and every rider.

ECO stands for Enhanced Compliance Offset. The ECO fork blades are swept forward a few millimeters to provide vertical compliance for a more comfortable and controlled ride without any compromise to lateral stiffness, thanks to the reinforcing rib on the inside of the fork legs. Integrating a 15mm thru-axle into the fork amplifies the benefits of the ECO design by reducing weight and resisting torsional flex due to disc brake forces.

With endurance geometry designed to go anywhere the only choice was disc brakes. We even took it up a step with both the Renegade Elite and Expert coming with Hydraulic brakes. With hydraulic disc brakes you will have the most consistent and confidence-inspiring braking available. Just think about jamming down hill on a rutted out fire road with your hands all over the hoods…the power & modulation benefits of hydraulic disc brakes become readily apparent.

We should call them magic mounts. With a collection of fork and frame mounts you can easily choose to mount fenders or a rear carrier. This opens up options when the weather goes bad or can even turn Renegade into a commuter.

Tubeless and wider rims across the range provide great benefits on any terrain. The tubeless benefits are to help prevent flats with sealant as well as being able to adjust your tire pressure for the perfect ride. For example on dirt roads you may want to reduce the tire pressure to increase your contact patch for better grip without the worry of pinch flatting. The beauty of the wider rims effectively gives you a constant and wide tire surface yielding better handling, stability and confidence with plenty of surface grip for control.
Shimano’s new Tiagra 4700 10-Speed group incorporates many of the trickle down benefits of its big brothers. Reduced shifting effort, better braking from the hoods, more control based on better ergonomics and durability which is a must when taking your adventure off road.

TRP’s Spyre is a dual-sided mechanical where both pads actuate providing more even and precise clamping force. This translates into even and consistant pad wear. With the addition of a simple cable barrel adjuster, the pads can be adjusted easily and hassle free.

The Alex ATD470 rim with TCS (Tubeless Compatible System) features a tubeless ready rim with a reinforced rim bed to counter-act disc brake forces. This wheelset is ready for your next adventure.

Tom Ritchey has done it again with the EVOMAX bar. This time TR has taken his shallow drop (120mm) and short reach (73mm) bar and added a 12° flare at the drop for a wider bar that increases stability, and clearance between your forearm and the top bar while hitting the roughtest terrain.

Clement has not only taken CX by storm, they are now focused on the Adventure market. The X’Plor USH is a 700 x 35 mm adventure tire USH is designed for mixed conditions. The combination of firm center ridge and diamond-shaped side knobs provide low rolling resistance and great cornering control.
Frame Jamis Adventure Frame, Reynolds 520 double-butted SST chromoly main tubes, butted and tapered seat tube for 27.2 seat post, 44mm head tube for tapered fork, threaded BB shell, seat stay disc brake mounts, top tube mounted full cable housing, accepts 3 waterbottles, rack and fender mount eyelets, mud clearance and able to fit 40c tires.
Fork Jamis Adventure ECO monocoque carbon composite fork, 15mm thru axle dropout with stainless interface, tapered steerer with 1.5” hollow formed crown, post disc brake mounts with integrated cable cradle with carbon dropouts, hidden fender mount eyelets and stainless axle interfaces
Headset FSA Orbit ITA B Internal/External, 1 1/8-1 1/2”
Wheels Alex ATD 470 Disc rim with TCS (Tubeless Compatible System), 32H, Formula alloy disc road hubs and 14g stainless steel spokes
Tires Clement X Plor USH, 700 x 35c, 30TPI with protection belt
Derailleurs Shimano Tiagra RD-4700 GS rear and Tiagra FD-4700 front with 28.6mm alloy clamp
Shiftlevers Shimano Tiagra ST-4700 Dual Control STI, 20-Speed
Chain KMC 10-speed X10
Cassette Shimano 10-Speed 12-30T
Crankset FSA Omega MegaExo compact double, 50/34T, 170mm (48/51) 172.5mm (54/56) 175mm (58/61)
BB Set FSA BB-4000
Pedals N/A
Brakeset TRP Spyre mechanical cable actuated disc brake with 160mm rotors and Shimano Tiagra ST-4700 brake levers
Handlebar Ritchey Evomax Comp, 6061 aluminum, 73 reach, 120 drop with 12° flare, 31.8 x 420 (48-51) 440mm (54-56), 460mm (56-61)
Stem Ritchey 4-Axis 3D forged 6061 alloy, 6º x 80mm (48/51), 90mm (54/56), 110mm (58/61)
Tape Jamis suede tape with Jamis logo and “J” end plug
Seat Post Ritchey Road, 27.2 x 300mm with cromo seat pin
Saddle Selle Royal Seta S1 with fine grain cover, steel rails with integrated clip system
Sizes 48, 51, 54, 56, 58, 61cm
Color Gloss Black
Weight 23.75 lbs

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