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DevinciDjango Carbon Mountain Bike Frame
Item # DVN0011
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Note: Actual inseam is not the same as pant inseam.
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- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I’ve got the AL version of the Django 29 and I’ve been pushing the brand on all my buddies. While not this exact carbon I had to chime in and say how much I love this bike. Been riding since the early nineties and have been through a crap ton of rides, both boutique and mainstream ones but this is my most favorite since my ‘94 Yo Eddy hardtail. This bike, as cliche as it always sounds, does it all for me. Climbs without complaint and I only find myself flicking the lockout lever when I’m totally gassed and just need a little more help. Going down? Well first of all, this isn’t a park bike so I’m not going to pretend it is. But what it is is both stable when it needs to be and playful when it’s time to have fun. Hitting a rock garden too fast on other short travel rigs has always made me question why I’ve never taken up golf but on this? I could be sipping a latte as my wheels wend their way through the right line. It’s almost dumb ass proof. Almost. Tight SoCal switchbacks are also a breeze, which is awesome considering how stable it can also be. Just grab some rear brake and the front end pivots right around without a thought. Lips and berms? This thing eats it all up. I don’t know what the cats up in Quebec are putting in their poutine but I hope they keep it up. My only bummer about my AL is that it’s not carbon. Problem is I love it so much I can’t justify buying the carbon model. Buy this thing. You won’t regret it.
What year is the Devinci Django carbon XL frame only-
Hi. It is a 2019 frame
What is the weight of the XL frame?
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
Just and FYI, I rode this bike set up with Eagle X01. The Django puts itself in that mid point/do it all/one bike quiver category, right there with the likes of the Ibis Riply, which is a bike I am a big fan of. As more of an XC oriented rider I tend to go a little smaller travel but have really been impressed with some of the middle offerings lately. I'm happy with the way the Django climbs, for something this slack it's not bad at all. It was more than capable for me coming down, very solid, almost a heavier feel, very surefooted. I don't think it climbed as well as the ripley, but pretty easy to pedal uphill in general. Pushing it around corners felt very natural at any speed, in the tight switchbacks it was simple to put around quickly. I was unfamiliar with Devinci until recently when I got to spend some time on the Django and would love to get out on it again. I'm comparing personally to the best bikes out there so it's impressive to me that this bike can hang with those.