Race Ready Hardtail Mountain Bicycle Nemesis Sport Jamis 2016

Jamis 2106 Nemesis Sport 27.5″ Higher End Hard Tail Mountain Bike Racing level http://www.rbinc-sports.com 416 787 4998
SPOT-ON GEOMETRY https://youtu.be/eIJa9NxGj2o
The aggressive frame angles of the Nemesis combined with a generous top tube length, delivers an ideal XC geometry. Pedaling and climbing are remarkably efficient. Handling is quick and nimble.
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SPF FRAME TUBING
The alloy frame tubes on the Nemesis Comp and Sport are made by SuperPlastic Air Forming. SPF is carried out at high air temperatures, where the tube structure is in its most ‘plastic’ and formable state. This allows more complicated shapes to be produced that cannot be made using traditional forming techniques. For example, whereas shape designs can be applied to 25% of the tube using hydroforming, SPF allows up to 90% manipulation. The result: more optimized shapes and less weight.

TAPERED HEAD TUBE AND FORK STEERER
Riding fast with control requires steering precision, which starts with the front of the bike. Stiffening this area results in less wheel deflection, more wheel control. Moving to a full 1.5” head tube and steerer would achieve this, but would add unnecessary weight and bulk. Not to mention 1.5” steer clamp stem choices are limited. But a tapered 1 1/8” to 1.5” head tube and steerer serves up a significant increase in rough terrain tracking and stability without much of a weight penalty compared to standard 1 1/8” systems since the steer tube wall thickness can be reduced.
Rock Shox’s XC30 TK fork offers 100mm of travel, 30mm stanchions, aluminum crown, preload, lockout and external rebound controls – all usable and functional “on-the-fly” adjustments that can be felt by the rider.

Shimano’s 40/30/22T chainwheel and 11-34T cassette supplies a wide range of usable gears.

Shimano M355 hydraulic brakes use non-toxic mineral oil that does not absorb water from the air reducing the chance of bubbles forming in the system.

Ritchey’s cockpit parts are manufactured by a 3D-forging process which optimizes grain structure and eliminates all internal imperfections, allowing Ritchey to use less material without sacrificing strength or durability.

The WTB Volt saddle utilizes a “whale tail” pad shape which helps increase power output by properly angling the sit bones while climbing. A flex tuned shell and a Comfort Zone cut out below the nose increase comfort while riding on the front of the saddle.
Frame Triple-butted 6061 air-formed aluminum, 1.5 – 1 1/8″ tapered head tube, post mount disc brakes, replaceable derailleur hanger
Fork Rock Shox XC30 TK 27.5″, coil spring, TurnKey lockout, 30mm stanchions, aluminum steerer,100mm travel
Headset FSA Orbit 1.5 Zero-Stack internal cup, 8mm cone spacer
Wheels WTB Speed Disc i19 27.5″ rims, Formula alloy centerlock disc hubs, stainless spokes
Tires Vittoria Peyote, 27.5 x 2.1”
Derailleurs Shimano Deore shadow rear and Alivio front
Shift levers Shimano Alivio, 3×9-speed
Chain KMC Z99, 9-speed
Cassette Shimano HG20, 9-speed, 11-34T
Crankset Shimano M4000 Octalink, 40/30/22T, 170mm (15”), 175mm (17-21”)
BB Set Shimano Octalink
Pedals ATB alloy platform
Brakeset Shimano M355 hydraulic disc, 160mm RT30 centerlock rotors
Handlebar Ritchey, 31.8 x 20mm rise x 670mm
Stem Ritchey 4-Axis, 6º x 90mm (15″), 100mm (17″), 110mm (19″), 120mm (21″)
Grips Dual compound
Seat Post Ritchey 2-Bolt, 31.6 x 400mm
Saddle WTB Volt Sport
Sizes 15”, 17”, 19”, 21”
Color Gloss Black
Weight 30.50 lbs

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