Juliana Juno Primeiro Complete Mountain Bike $2,599.00
The performance you need at the price you want.
Sharing the same agile geometry, 125mm of travel, and mid-sized wheels as the Furtado, Juliana's Juno Primeiro Complete Mountain Bike is an excellent alternative for those on a budget. It tips the scale under the 30lb mark and provides all the features of the higher-end bikes, and one that they don't -- a simplified suspension design that'll be more reliable in the long run.
Instead of Virtual Pivot Point suspension, the Juno employs a tried-and-true single-pivot design that uses two bearings and robust collet pivot. This creates a rock-solid trail bike and, with the rolling benefits of 27.5in wheels, it'll cover ground efficiently and quickly without comprising maneuverability. Adding to those features is a hydroformed aluminum frame that's optimized to balance weight and strength.
The Juno uses a 12x142mm rear axle and a tapered headtube that houses a RockShox Sektor Gold RL fork. It has 130mm of travel with preload and rebound adjustments, along with a lockout for efficient climbing. At the rear, a FOX FLOAT CTD offers rebound and preload as well, while providing additional Climb, Trail, and Descend settings to get the most performance out of the single pivot suspension.
The Juno Primeiro rides on Sram hubs laced to WTB i23 rims that are tubeless ready. It ships with tubes installed in the 2.3in-wide Maxxis High Roller 2 tires, however. The drivetrain is a full Shimano Deore 3x10, including shifters, derailleurs, and hydraulic brakes.
The Deore crank arm length is proportionate to female riders; as are the handlebars, saddle, and grips -- which are all Juliana parts. For the stem and seatpost, Race Face Ride components keep weight low.
The Juliana Juno Primeiro Complete Mountain Bike is available in sizes from Small to Large and in the color Green.
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