The Jubei 1 rolls on blinged out 29â€ wheels that look like they were stolen off a hipsterâ€™s fixie.Â The wide WTB rims and burly 2.35â€ tire thrash the roughest terrain, leaving it whimpering in defeat.Â The husky aluminum frame features a Hydroformed downtube and is held up by a Reba SL fork. The 20mm Maxlelite on the 100mm / 3.9″ travel RockShox increases steering stiffness for a crisp feel.Â For stopping power, Avid Juicy 5 hydraulics are used with 160mm rotors front and back. For forward motion, the Jubei uses a Sram 27 speed drivetrain with X9 rear derailleur and Shimano PD-M520 clipless pedals.Â According to Norco’s scales, a medium bike is 29 lbs., not bad too for strong and reliable 29er.
Thatâ€™s all I am allowed to reveal right now. If I told you anymore, you might feel a light breeze on the back of your neck. And when you turn around, you will be chopped in half by a 400 year-old Katana.
The Jubei 1 will set you back $1950.00, and the Jubei 2 is $1275.00.
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