Building great recreational-level bikes that ride much like (and look a lot like) our hi-end bikes is a passion at Jamis. And no bikes showcase our commitment to do just that better than these bikes. The Trail X chassis emphasizes all-day performance so the ride position isn’t as extreme as on our racing ATBs, the handling’s quick and sure without being overly darty. But make no mistake, if you want to throw down, the Trail X is more than able to keep up with precise shifting drivetrains and incredibly powerful disc or linear pull brakes.
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