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    Jamis Picture Thread

    Post pictures of your Jamis and set up here.





    2008 Jamis Ventura Elite
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    AC 420 Aero rear, 350 Sprint front
    FSA Wing pro bars
    105 5650 Crankset
    6700 Ultegra BB
    Thompson Masterpiece seat post
    Ritchey Comp Stem
    San Marco Ponza saddle
    Sigma BC 1909 HR computer
    R540 Pedals
    Vittoria Rubino tires

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    I love it! Way to think out of the box and go blue instead of the more obvious choices. Really sets it apart.

    I'll post my new Eclipse when I finish the build up!

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    2011 Jamis xenith SL


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    My new 2010 Jamis Quest







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    2010 Jamis Quest

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    Nice bike, matches your Frontier.

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    2009 SL
    Sram Force
    KMC gold chain
    Hand Built by me, Dt Swiss rr465, 6700 hubs, 32 spoke 3x wheels

    Shot of the bike from last weekend during a 100mi ride



    When I finished putting it together. just put on spare set of wheel while i was waiting for parts for the wheels that are currently on the bike




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    My '09 Coda Elite

    I just finished a frame-up overhaul with parts I've been collecting since I made the purchase in December. The frame is a 15" 2009

    Wheelset:Rival Brand Gold alloy and carbon fiber hubs, 3x laced to Sun DS2 rims using DT Swiss double butted 2.0 / 1.8 spokes and DT Swiss gold alloy 12 mm nipples. The rubber is Conti Grand Prix 4 season 28 mm folding bead.

    Cranks: Shimano Ultegra SL 6604 triple, outboard bearing BB.

    Chain: SRAM PC991

    Pedals: Time Allroad grippers (clipless/platform combo)

    Drivetrain: SRAM X.0 Gold trigger shifters, rear derailleur and Cassette.

    Brakes: Avid BB7 with SRAM ESP 9.0 carbon levers.

    Cockpit: Generic carbon fiber bars and seatpost, PLT Pro carbon composite stem, Ergon GRS2 grips with magnesium bar ends, WTB Rocket V saddle (carbon fiber weave design to the saddle's fabric), Thomson seatpost clamp.

    Headset: Tange Techno-Glide with carbon fiber cups, sealed cartridge bearings, and generic carbon fiber spacers.

    Cages: Generic carbon fiber water bottle cages.
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    great looking bike!

    that for me, would be one hella fast cross towner! would enjoy looking at peoples faces as I blast by them all the way across town, this would be in Santa Cruz.

    Enjoy your new ride, also like the gold bits;-)

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    Ventura Comp

    This is my 2011 Ventura Comp.
    only 436 miles so far. Only changes are the pedals.
    As this is my first road bike I have no point of reference but so far I love it.
    New wheelset will be next.
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    Nice bike! The white on white looks clean. Be careful leaning it up against the tree, the paint scratches very easily.

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    Thanks!

    Quote Originally Posted by a_avery007 View Post
    great looking bike!

    that for me, would be one hella fast cross towner! would enjoy looking at peoples faces as I blast by them all the way across town, this would be in Santa Cruz.

    Enjoy your new ride, also like the gold bits;-)
    Took it out on a 10 mile ride after work yesterday. Seems to be dialed in pretty nicely, and feels pretty good. Will be using this ride for the MS City to Shore ride in September supporting a cure for Multiple Sclerosis. Beyond that, most definitely a nimble cross towner!

    Bob

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    853 Nova

    I bought a NOS "06 Jamis Nova 853 frame off Ebay to build up as a commuter. Found a nice Bontrager carbon fork that had eyelets for fenders and built the rest up pretty much the same way as my other commuter, a Fuji Touring. Rear fender clearance is a bit tight running 32mm Schwalbe Marathon Supremes, but no rubbing. I've put about 1500 commuting miles on it this Spring and Summer.

    front wheel-32h Velocity Synergy, Wheelsmith DB14 spokes, brass nips, XT hub
    rear wheel-Mavic 36h Mavic A319, Nexus red band 8-speed IGH
    Planet Bike Cascadia fenders
    Bontrager Satellite carbon fork
    FSA Orbit MX headset
    generic carbon stem
    Nitto Noodle bars
    Cane Creek levers
    Jtek bar end shifter
    Shimano BRR-550 cantis
    Sugino cranks
    45t, 1/8" ring
    Isumi 1/8" chain
    Surly Singulator tensioner
    Pletcher Athlete rear rack
    Arkel Tailrider trunk bag
    Rolls saddle
    NOS Time ATAC carbon pedals
    Cateye rear light and a Dinotte 200L front light on a Nitto bar mount
    Planet Bike Protoge6 computer
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    My 2002 Jamis Eclipse. The only thing I changed was the seat. I really love this bike.



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    sorry about the non-virgin photo, but this is actually the best pic i have of my jamis.
    2010 xenith race on fulcrum 5 wheels. i LOOOOOVE this bike. please do not chastise me for the use of clip ons though. i cant yet afford a tri specific bike so these will have to do for now.

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    2012 Jamis Xenith SL
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    2011 Xenith endura

    Love this bike...
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    Twin Eclipse Bikes

    I love steel and found two Eclipse (2002) bikes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sdstp View Post
    I love steel and found two Eclipse (2002) bikes.
    Wow, two identical to mine! I see the wheels were changed on one of them. I had to replace my rear SL this year but everything else is original except the seat.

    Mine is a 53, what sizes are those?
    2018 Motobecane Immortal Pro
    2012 Motobecane Le Champion Team Titanium
    2002 Jamis Eclipse
    2000 Specialized Allez Elite (mostly a retired bike now)

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    Both are 59cm and are not stock. Full ultegra on both with SLs on one and ultegra/open pros on the other. Love the ride of steel.

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    very niceee

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    Here are the Jamis bikes in my stable. They have served my family well as we've gotten into cycling.
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    2010 Jamis Eclipse, SRAM Force Groupset, Mavic Ksyrium SLs and FSA Cockpit. Rides like a dream. image.jpg

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    Beautiful Bike. Was on my shortlist but I went custom. Jamis definitely is good value for money, I've owned one in the past and may again.. no pic though.

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    1987 or so Jamis Axis "12-speed" (2 x 6) found for $100 in a thrift store and modified with parts I had packed away in my (pictured) garage. Tange tubing, Campy Record brakes/levers and hubs, Sun USA Mistral rims, Campy Chorus crank, original Jamis-branded saddle, Velo Orange bars. Great bike!
    Last edited by wim; 04-29-2013 at 06:57 AM.

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    Nice!

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