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The Jamis Exile has been a huge hit with Jamis for the past few years due to its superior build quality, component selection, and spot-on geometry. For 2013, the 2012 Jamis Exile was completely overhauled. The newly re-designed frame is comprised of Kinesis 7005 double butted main tubes, and features a tapered head tube, box shaped/ S-bend down tube, and a ribbed top tube with integrated seat mast beam to support the extra long 400mm seat posts that every Exile is equipped with. For the latest version, Jamis has the Exile’s geometry down to a science. The 72 degree head angle ensures you're comfortable on the down hills and able to climb like a young Billy Goat up the hills. With plenty of agility for quick handling and all of the benefits of a 29er, the Jamis Exile Sport is a great cross country trail bike for the trails in your backyard and beyond.
Jamis outfits the trail-ready Exile Sport with a reliable 3x8 drivetrain from Shimano. Shimano Acera shifters and derailleurs ensure smooth and hassle free shifting while the Shimano M311 crankset delivers all the power you need to make it up a steep section or hammer it out in the flats. Tektro Novela mechanical disc brakes dish out a hearty serving of stopping power and are easily adjustable, no fussing with bleeding hydraulic lines, the Novela is set up using a standard mechanical brake cable and the twist of a few bolts. The Exile Sport rolls on a set of Alex DP20 rims laced to Jamis branded Formula hubs. This rock-solid wheelset is paired with a set of Geax AKA tires, so you'll be speeding down the trail, gripping corners and leaving nothing but a cloud of dust behind. A Jamis alloy cockpit puts the finishing touches on the Exile Sport and ensures that command central is dialed and ready to steer you toward freedom on the trail.
|Frame||Kinesis 7005 double-butted aluminum, tapered headtube, crown-learing S-curved oversized downtube, low-standover sloping top tube|
|Fork||RST Blaze 29, coil spring, magnesium lowers, 30mm stanchions, 100mm travel|
|Wheelset||Alex DP20 29" rims, Formula alloy disc hubs, 14g stainless steel spokes|
|Tires||Geax AKA 29x22.2"|
|Brakes||Tektro Novela mechanical disc brakes, 180mm front rotor, 160mm rear rotor|
|Brake Levers||Tektro ML-330|
|Shifters||Shimano Acera, 8 speed|
|Front Derailleur||Shimano Acera|
|Rear Derailleur||Shimano Acera, 8 speed|
|Crankset||Shimano M311 44/32/22|
|Handlebar||Jamis Flat Top AL6061|
|Stem||Jamis XC stem AL6061|
|Saddle||Jamis ATB Comp Saddle|
|Seatpost||Jamis Alloy micro-adjust seatpost|
Note: Components are subject to change without notice.
|Size||Small (15")||Medium (17")||Large (19")|
|Top Tube Length (Effective)||22.44||23.23||24.02|
|Seat Tube Length||13.97||15.08||16.49|
|Head Tube Length||4.33||4.33||4.33|
|Head Tube Angle||72°||72°||72°|
|Seat Tube Angle||74°||73.5°||73°|
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Comments about Jamis Bicycles Jamis Exile Sport Mountain Bike 2013:
I had done the research, checked every site I could come up with and the jamis came out on top . The most bang for the buck , good components,an excellant bike overall. It is a good entry level bike with the potential to upgrade to even better if I want. I use my bike to commute to work and for general riding fun and this does it great. The bike came in just as it was represented on the site.