The 2013 range of Jamis Commuter bikes are now here! These include the Commuter 1 & 2, Coda Sport, Bosanova and more.
We’ve got some details below about some of these models but can certainly give you more info on any of the Jamis range. The best way to learn more about the Jamis range is to drop in for a chat!
Jamis Commuter 1
The Commuter 1 is Jamis’ basic commuter bike setup. Built with hi-tensile steel the Commuter one offers a reliable, sturdy bike with the road vibration absorbing characteristics of steel tubing to help provide a comfortable ride. Kitted out with fenders and a rear rack, the Commuter 1 is all ready for any kind of commuting duty.
Jamis Commuter 2
The Jamis Commuter 2 is an upgraded aluminium version of the Commuter 1. While still retaining a lot of the necessary commuter-friendly points of the Commuter 1 (rack, fenders,comfortable riding position) it’s gets upgraded puncture resistant tyres and 6061 Aluminium tubing. This provides a drop in weight and more responsive ride. Perfect for the commuter who is after more of a lightweight bicycle.
Jamis Coda Sport
The Jamis Coda Sport is one of Jamis’ hybrid offerings. Built with Reynolds 520 double-butted steel tubing the Coda Sport offers the fantastic ride feel of Reynolds steel tubing with mimising weight through the butting of the tubes. With the required provisions for racks and fenders the Coda Sport is ideal for tackling everyday commuting duties. With a Shimano drivetrain, Vittoria puncture resistant tyres the Coda Sport is a very reliable bike for every day use.
The Jamis Bosanova is an interesting mix of a bicycle. With the visual appearance of a road bike but kitted out to be more of a commuter/light tourer/gravel grinder the Bosanova makes for a rather diverse ride. With Reynolds 520 steel tubing paired with a carbon fork you get a super comfortable ride which doesn’t tip the scales too much. The Bosanova comes with fenders as standard and has provisions for front and rear racks so is very suitable to commuting/light touring duties. The mechanical disc brakes also make it a good candidate for all-weather riding.
If you removed the fenders, you could also fit ~32c tyres and take it on some longer distance fire trails/gravel grind rides which it would be more than suited to.
You can find the full specifications here.
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