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Juliana Furtado 2.1 Carbon R Complete Mountain Bike - 2018

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    Just the right balance.

    For a majority of dedicated trail riders, mid-travel bikes hit the sweet spot between terrain-smoothing plushness and quick-turning agility, making them superior for hitting the dirt in search of punchy climbs, swooping berms, and flowing descents. Filling the role of spirited trail bike, the Juliana Furtado 2.1 Carbon R Complete Mountain Bike emphasizes quick-handling playfulness over brute force and bottomless travel, meaning it's better equipped for the needs of real world riders seeking a well-balanced bike that's both intuitive and fun to ride.

    Representing the smaller sibling to Juliana's enduro-bred Roubion, the second-gen Furtado emphasizes surgical precision on trail networks where uphill switchbacks, technical rock gardens, and narrow openings between trees pose a challenge to your handling skills. That being said, the Furtado doesn't sacrifice much in the way of descending composure from the longer travel Roubion, thanks to a reinvigorated geometry that's longer, slacker, and low-slung.

    The 67-degree head tube angle keeps you confident when you're opening it up at higher speeds and dropping into steep descents littered with boulders and roots. Sitting at only 13.1 inches, the exceptionally low bottom bracket keeps you glued to the trail when you're roosting around corners and sweeping berms. Furthermore, the Roubion has ridiculously short chainstays of only 16.7 inches, meaning it's quick to change direction when you're diving into tight corners.

    It's packing 130-millimeters (just a tick over five inches) of VPP suspension, which balances responsive pedaling with bump-smoothing sensitivity over rock gardens and forest roots. Because it's a firm pedaling platform, the VPP suspension works nicely with the Furtado's balanced trail manners, meaning it's always eager to pedal without losing momentum to unwanted bobbing motion. Moreover, the engineers at Juliana made the Furtado's 130 millimeters of travel feel a bit deeper than the numbers suggest, meaning it's capable of handling all but the most technical of terrain. And to ensure it's properly tuned, Juliana employs a custom shock tune that makes it more sensitive for lighter female riders.

    This particular version of Juliana's VPP suspension recently underwent a redesign in linkage location, with the top linkage not attaching to the top tube and the bottom linkage neatly tucked above the bottom bracket. The overhaul makes the bike's upper linkage all the more stiff, as well as increasing stand-over height for shorter riders and protecting the bottom linkage from damaging rock debris. Changes in suspension lay-out transfer to its performance, meaning it's more sensitive off-the-top when you're riding over small bumps, as well as being more supportive through the mid-stroke for a more consistent feel over trail imperfections. As you've come to expect with VPP, the suspension ramps up hard at the end to prevent you from harshly bottoming out.

    Delving into the particulars of this build, you'll enjoy the SRAM NX 1x11 drivetrain for its wide range of usable gears without dealing with a pesky front derailleur. On the front end, the Fox 34 Rhythm does an admirable job of handling the rough stuff with its stiff 34-millimeter stanchions paired with 130-millimeters of smooth travel. Other notable features include a 125-millimeter Race Face Aeffect dropper post for on-the-fly changes in saddle height, as well as women's-specific touch points, such as the Juliana saddle and grips.

    • Injects playfulness into every trail ride
    • Carbon C frame lends exceptional strength and stiffness
    • Refined geometry is slacker, longer to inspire confidence
    • 130-millimeters of smooth and responsive VPP suspension
    • Women's-specific shock tune for a more sensitive ride
    • Boost axle spacing creates stiffer wheels for precise tracking
    • Fox 34 Rhythm fork handles rough stuff with 34mm stanchions
    • SRAM NX 1x11 drivetrain offers wide range of usable gears
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    Tech Specs

    Frame Material
    Carbon C
    Suspension
    VPP
    Rear Shock
    Fox Float Performance DPS
    Rear Travel
    130mm
    Fork
    Fox 34 Rhythm
    Front Travel
    130mm
    Headset
    Cane Creek 10 Series
    Shifters
    SRAM NX
    Front Derailleur
    n/a
    Rear Derailleur
    SRAM NX
    ISCG Tabs
    yes, ISCG-05 tabs
    Crankset
    Race Face Aeffect (30t)
    Bottom Bracket
    BSA threaded
    Cassette
    SRAM XG1150 (10-42t)
    Chain
    SRAM PC1110
    Brakeset
    SRAM Level T
    Brake Type
    hydraulic disc
    Handlebar
    Race Face Ride, 35mm
    Handlebar Width
    760mm
    Grips
    Juliana lock-on
    Stem
    Race Face Ride, 35mm clamp
    Saddle
    Juliana Segundo
    Seatpost
    Race Face Aeffect Dropper, 125mm
    Seatpost Diameter
    31.6mm
    Wheelset
    WTB ST i25 TCS
    Hubs
    [front] Novatec D711, [rear] Novatec D642
    Front Axle
    15 x 110mm Boost
    Rear Axle
    12 x 148mm Boost
    Tires
    [front] Maxxis Minion DHF EXO TR, [rear] Maxxis Crossmark 2 EXO TR
    Tire Size
    [front] 27.5 x 2.3in, [rear] 27.5 x 2.25in
    Recommended Use
    trail
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime on frame

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    Great Bike for a Newbie!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Full disclosure, I'm a road cyclist, not a mountain biker, but I want more time on the road & on the trails, so I'm making the shift. I am not an expert in anything mountain bike related, so I can't compare this to other brands or bikes. My review is for a new mountain biker. First, this bike is so fun! I was a little worried about the tires (I had wanted bigger ones), but I actually liked these tires better than the bigger ones I test rode. Maybe because I'm coming from the road and I would still prefer to steer between rocks than plow through them. If you're debating this or the model down, get this one- it has a seat dropper, which is the greatest! This bike is awesome to handle, everything is laid out in an intuitive way that makes it smooth. We've biked in UT and CO and this bike has been great both up and down hill and cross country.
    Bottom line: Awesome bike for someone new to the sport