Jamis Dragon 2003 Hardtail

If you’ve set your sites to finish at the top of the XC world, here’s the equipment that will get you there. The responsive Reynolds 853 miracle metal coupled with CrossMax UST tubeless wheels makes for an unbelievably stiff-but-compliant ride that just hooks up and goes.

User Reviews (3)

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KrAZy KarL   Racer [Mar 26, 2003]
Strength:

Smooth on the downhills, shoots right up the inclines, Flows like warm butter on toast through the tight stuff...

Weakness:

None yet

Took it out to Fruita and Moab last week and could not have been happier with it. They say steel is real. I thought that the ride was less harsh then my old alumium trek was. I would buy this bike if you enjoy a quality ride with the best components. The Everything worked well. I'll let you know what happens when race season starts :)

Similar Products Used: Trek Hardtail
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Dyan Zedeker   Racer [Dec 25, 2004]
Strength:

bike is fast and light. People are always commenting on how sweet the bike is.

Weakness:

I've had trouble keeping my pedals on, but that could be a pedal problem

buy it.. you'll like it.

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Chris Sway   Cross Country Rider [Mar 02, 2003]
Strength:

Lightweight steel frame, all XTR parts, SID front fork. Mavic Crossmax wheel set.

Weakness:

None that i found yet

Best hardtail bike i have ever rode. Great on the climbs and handles perfect on the downhills. Could not ask for anything better.

Similar Products Used: Giant XTC SE1
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
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