Juliana Roubion Carbon CC X01 Eagle Reserve Mountain Bike

Juliana Roubion Carbon CC X01 Eagle Reserve Mountain Bike
Juliana Roubion Carbon CC X01 Eagle Reserve Mountain Bike
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Roubion Carbon CC X01 Eagle Reserve Mountain Bike by Juliana
You've got your priorities straight. When trail day comes, all that matters is getting on the dirt, tackling miles of undulating rollers, blasting berms, and gobbling up rock gardens, and when the day ahead of you begs you to dig deeper into the travel, charge harder, and get a little boosty, the Juliana Roubion won't blink an eye. This all-mountain shredder is more capable than ever thanks to the wealth of updates to this current generation, including aggressive geometry, reconfigured VPP suspension that improves traction and support, and a longer 160mm fork that balks at boulders and laughs in the face of rock walls. The Roubion also packs in a flip-chip for quick geometry tweaks with the turn of a wrench, and generous reach figures that offer you a bit more space in the cockpit for total control on technical descents that would send other bikes squirreling away. As we've seen with trends across the mountain bike world, the third-gen Roubion receives a longer, slacker geometry that's more at home on rowdy descents. Remarkably, it doesn't significantly alter its all-around versatility, so that slack, long-travel plushness comes in handy on the downhills without being a detriment on the climbs. Specifically, Juliana lengthened the reach by approximately 15 millimeters across all sizes for a more confident, controllable ride at eye-watering higher speeds, plus that centimeter lower standover height offers a better fit with smaller riders and allows for more dropper post travel. The head tube angle slackens from the previous generation's generously-slack 66-degrees to an even slacker 65. 4-degrees in its highest setting, complete with a flip-chip that slackens it out even further to a near DH bike friendly 65. 1-degrees. These were numbers usually reserved for freeride or mini-DH bikes just a few years ago, so you can guess what this offers while bombing down technical descents full of steep drop-offs and nasty rock sections. The other significant change to the l...

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