Jamis Trail XR stepover




The Jamis Trail XR stepover is built for the rider looking for quality, versatility and affordability in a bike that can handle city streets, rail trails, campus short cuts and suburban cul-de-sacs with comfort and confidence. Inspired by our Trail X mountain bikes, but tuned for everyday ‘round-town regular riding around your town, the XR is the perfect fat-tired solution for the buyer on a budget.

Frame designed for all around ride comfort. Not too aggressive, not too laid back.
Dependable hi-tensile unicrown fork, with over-sized radiused blades
Shimano Revoshift 35, 21-speed shifting
Forged alloy crank
Alloy linear pull brakes with full alloy 4-finger levers
Jamis XC riser handlebar for a comfortable ride position
Jamis alloy micro-adjust seat post
Jamis ATB Sport saddle with protective front and rear guards

Jamis Bicycles was based in Tallahassee, Florida, taking its name from founder Ron Jamis, and originating from distributor East Coast Cycles. It introduced the Earth Cruiser, a beach cruiser, in 1979. In 1980, it made the Boss Cruiser, featuring a double-diamond frame and a Cheeks saddle. Jamis sold its Boss Explorer comfort bicycle in 1981, combining the Boss Cruiser and early mountain bikes. In 1983, Jamis launched the Dakota, Jamis Lightfoot and Jamis Roughneck. The first Jamis Dakar in 1985 was a custom-built, race-ready bicycle from the factory. The Dakar is still sold, although revised.

In 1988, Jamis introduced the Eclipse and Quest, their first road bikes. In 1991, Jamis introduced Coda and Tangier hybrid-style bikes with an upright seating position and 700c tires. Jamis sold the Dragon, its mountain bike, in 1993, featuring a fillet-welded, hand-polished tube frame, Rock Shox front suspension, XTR drivetrain and Ultegra Hubs. It made its first full-suspension bike in 1995.

Test ride the Jamis Trail XR stepover today at Lititz Bikeworks

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Ano Nickel, Powder Blue

Bike Frame Size - Inches

12, 14, 18

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