Jamis Defcon II 2017

Jamis New 2017 Defcon 2 All mountain Full Suspension Bicycle.
$3899 regular price was $6999
Adventure Cycle
Size: 17”


The leverage exerted by the Defcon mp4 suspension is progressive. There are multiple benefits to a more progressive suspension system. The rear shock can be tuned more linearly for a smoother, more plush ride without bottoming. Because the rear shock can be pumped to lower air pressures without performance detriment, shock and seal life are optimized and a greater range of adjustability is available.
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The custom one-piece bell crank on the Defcon increases frame stiffness while allowing for the elimination of a seat stay bridge. The absence of a seat stay bridge provides more tire and suspension clearance while creating shorter chain stays and seat stays for even greater stiffness and better handling.
The custom frame tubes on the Defcon are made by SPF 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.
USA made Enduro® Max sealed bearings sustain 40% more load capacity than standard radial bearings & provide more lateral support for the multiple forces associated with mountain bike pivots. MAX bearings use CRC Marine Grease that will not wash out or breakdown under extreme circumstances.
Our 10mm shock hardware is NOT the standard from our rear shock suppliers. We have to pay more for it and our production lead times are usually increased because we specify it. But the increase in lateral and torsional stiffness for our frames and the rear shock durability and performance is worth every extra dollar and every extra delivery day.
15mm thru-axle QR’s offer all the benefits of the 20mm thru-axle design (stiffness!) + the benefits of the standard 9mm QR system (quick wheel removal!) without any of the down sides. The weight of the 15mm system is similar to the classic 9mm system (thanks to the lightweight alloy axle & reduction in fork leg weight) , but it is nearly as stiff as a 20mm axle. The increase in stiffness improves steering & handling significantly. It also puts less stress on the fork’s internals, improving fork durability and performance.

Frame Triple-butted 6061 air-formed aluminum, 160mm travel mp4 suspension, Enduro® Max sealed bearing pivots, 1.5 – 1 1/8” tapered head tube, asymmetrical chainstays, 12x142mm thru-axle, dropper post routing, ISCG05 chainguide mounts, Rock Shox Monarch Plus RC3 Debon Air shock w/3-position compression, 10mm hardware, replaceable derailleur hanger, Rock Shox Maxle axle
Fork Rock Shox Pike RC 27.5″, lock-out, Charger damper, external rebound, low speed compression adjust & lock-out, 15x110mm axle, 35mm uppers, magnesium lowers, 160mm travel
Headset FSA Orbit 1.5 Zero-Stack internal cup, 8mm cone spacer
Wheels Stan’s NoTubes Flow MK3 Team 27.5″ tubeless wheels, Neo Series 15x110mm axle front and 12×142 mm rear hubs, Sapim Race spokes
Tires Vittoria Goma 27.5 x 2.4″ front & & 2.25” rear, TNT tubeless
Derailleurs Shimano SLX Shadow Plus, 11-speed
Shift levers Shimano SLX, 1×11-speed
Chain KMC X11-1 EPT (Anti-Rust), 11-speed
Cassette Shimano XT M8000, 11-speed, 11-46T
Crankset Shimano SLX, 32T, 170mm (15”), 175mm (17-21”)
BB Set Enduro® BSA
Pedals N/A
Brakeset Shimano Zee 4-piston, 180mm RT66 rotors
Handlebar Answer ProTaper Riser, 780mm x 25mm rise, 31.8 mm diameter
Stem Answer ATAC AME, 50mm extension, 31.8mm clamp diameter
Grips Jamis Lock-On
Seat Post KS Supernatural, 125mm travel, Southpaw remote
Saddle WTB Volt Comp
Sizes 15”, 17”, 19”, 21”
Color Charcoal
Weight 32.00 lbs

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