Juliana Furtado Carbon CC 27.5 X01 Eagle Mountain Bike

Juliana Furtado Carbon CC 27.5 X01 Eagle Mountain Bike
Juliana Furtado Carbon CC 27.5 X01 Eagle Mountain Bike
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Furtado Carbon CC 27.5 X01 Eagle Mountain Bike by Juliana
It's no secret the Furtado is the most popular bike in Juliana's line, seeing its versatility lends itself to everyone from first timers just learning the ropes of mountain biking to seasoned trail riders sampling everything from backwoods singletrack to slickrock mesas. That's why we're a bit surprised to see it get a major redesign for the 2019 model year, seeing just how darn capable the bike already was. That being said, the clever engineers at Juliana have shown their deep expertise and foresight in the mountain bike world by consistently delivering better and better female-specific bikes, year after year. The newest Furtado Carbon CC 27. 5 X01 Eagle Complete Mountain Bike is no different, seeing it represents the one bike that pleases anyone lucky enough to throw a leg over its top tube and pedal it down the trail. This is the third generation of the Furtado, which saw updates last year to make it longer and slacker for better composure at high speeds--all without compromising its sharp handling characteristics that make it carve up tight trails with near-telepathic precision, seeing it retains a low bottom bracket just over 13 inches. New for this generation is the addition of a flip-chip, which gives you the ability to fine-tune its geometry to your particular riding style and local terrain at hand, as as increased tire clearance that lets you run up to 2. 8in wide rubber, if you like. In the high setting you'll find the geometry has slackened a touch, from the previous bike's 67-degree head tube angle down to 66. 5 degrees. If you desire an even slacker geometry for steep descents with intimidating rocks and roots posing a threat, you can slacken it even further down to 66. 2 degrees. These slacker figures make it all the more capable on terrain that used to be a bit overwhelming for the Furtado, allowing this trail bike to drop into terrain where you'd normally want an all-mountain bike. Besides being slacker, the Furtado has a 15 millimeter longer rea...

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