Juliana Joplin Carbon CC X01 Eagle Mountain Bike - Women's

Juliana Joplin Carbon CC X01 Eagle Mountain Bike - Women's
Juliana Joplin Carbon CC X01 Eagle Mountain Bike - Women's
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Joplin Carbon CC X01 Eagle Mountain Bike - Women's by Juliana
You don't like to define your riding with one style. Some days you'll charge through rolling ribbons of XC singletrack, others you're lacing your way through tight trees, and the next you'll be exploring well beyond the beaten path, diving into backcountry routes that take you on overnight adventures. It can be difficult to find a steed versatile enough to be a do-it-all, Jane-of-all-trades ride, but with the ever-reaching progress of Juliana bicycles, we think that the newest iteration of the Joplin does a damn good job in just about any terrain you throw its way. The all-mountain machine takes the speedy cross-country roots of the earlier Joplins and pushes harder and further into extreme-country, chasing sunsets in the backcountry, tackling new highs, and elevating confidence on the steep and chunky descents. The Joplin takes the notion that cross-country bikes are made to be ridden delicately and carefully through technical terrain, and flips it on its head, because the last time we checked, we've never slowed down on a rowdy and ripping section of trail just because our ride is a little shorter in the travel department. The Joplin follows the trends of its deeper-travel siblings, with the lower-link VPP offering improved stabilization in the roughest terrain, while an extra 10mm of travel helps soak up additional rocks and roots that the previous Joplin would have shied away from. This makes the ride more confident than ever, ready for bigger trails, rutted out lines, brakes bumps galore, and even turning the odd set of rollers into doubles -- but not at the cost of climbing. The suspension is designed with the same engineering principles as the brand's longest travel bikes, making it just as at home riding cross-country as it is extreme backcountry. Juliana's VPP suspension is designed to stabilize the suspension when you're putting power down on the pedals, meaning the rear end ceases to bob, providing a much more responsive and lively feel when you hammer...

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