Juliana Furtado 2.1 CC XX1 Eagle Mountain Bike - 2018 - Women's

Juliana Furtado 2.1 CC XX1 Eagle Mountain Bike - 2018 - Women's
Juliana Furtado 2.1 CC XX1 Eagle Mountain Bike - 2018 - Women's
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Furtado 2.1 CC XX1 Eagle Mountain Bike - 2018 - Women's by Juliana
The 2018 Juliana Furtado 2. 1 Carbon CC XX1 Eagle Complete Mountain Bike features a longer, lower, and slacker profile than the original Furtado that pushes the boundaries of its trail bike categorization. This Furtado gets dressed up with SRAM's revolutionary XX1 Eagle one-by 12-speed drivetrain and huge accompanying gear range, a dropper post, and smooth-spinning Race Face ARC 27 wheels to take on almost any terrain. SRAM's XX1 Eagle drivetrain jumps ahead of industry tradition with its revolutionary 12-speed cassette. In a nutshell, Eagle lets you have the standard 10-42t 11-cog cassette you've grown to love in your old one-by 11-speed setup and introduces a massive 50t bailout cog that'll save your legs on steep, lung-crushing climbs that normally would have you pleading for an extra gear or two to magically fall from the sky. The Furtado 2. 1's geometry carries over the changes from 2017, with the most notable change apparent in the head and seat tubes. They're slacker and steeper, respectively, with the head tube coming in at 67 degrees for a similar feel to the previous Roubion model. As you can imagine, the change is noticeable when the tires hit dirt, completely blowing up our own expectations for how much terrain a "trail" bike is equipped to handle. The steepened seat tube is equally impressive, though in a different way. The forward-oriented position of the saddle makes for better leverage on the pedals while slogging up climbs or cranking out speed on long stretches of singletrack. The Furtado 2. 1 also has a longer reach, lower bottom bracket, 5mm more travel, increased dropper range, stubbier chainstays, and a wider rear axle. That pile of alterations means that it pedals harder, takes bigger bites out of terrain, and provides a wider dropper range for aggressively tackling double-digit grades on either side of zero. It should be noted that among these alterations, Juliana dropped the ability to add a front derailleur to this setup, but don't worry...

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