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Juliana Bicycles available at our Draper, UT location: 801 474-0082

Juliana Furtado C S
$4,799.00
Some people want a garage full of bikes—one for every occasion. Other people want just one bike—the one that’s perfect for any occasion. The Furtado is that bike. Featuring 130mm of VPP suspension to keep you moving over rough singletrack, and sturdy 27.5-inch wheels for quickness and agility, Furtado is the women's mountain bike built to shred. The refined frame design allows you to dial in the perfect fit while increasing overall responsiveness through shortened chainstays and a roomier cockpit, and the lower standover height means more control on technical trails. Juliana's VPP suspension provides a stable platform when punching up steep climbs, and the just-right 67-degree head angle lets you descend with confidence. The Furtado C S includes a 1x12 drivetrain by SRAM, and the Fox 34 Float Performance fork and Float Performance rear shock provide confident control through predictable handling. For this carbon C model, Juliana used a slightly less-expensive carbon fiber to put top-tier performance within reach. The result is a frame that's just marginally heavier and every bit as stiff, durable, and fun as the top-level carbon CC version.
Juliana Joplin C R+
$3,899.00
Born unto the world as a race-bred endurance machine, the Juliana Joplin has evolved into something more, finding its stride in a genre-defying category that includes all the best traits of XC and trail riding. The result is a bike that's composed on tricky descents, supple through bumpy flats, and strikingly fast when it's time to crank things up. Add the ability to run the stock 27.5-inch wheelset with fat 2.8-inch tires, or switch to 29-inch for speedy pursuits, and you have an unassumingly fun bike that allows you to ride wherever you please. Featuring a reliable mix of components from SRAM, Race Face, and Fox, the Joplin C R+ is made for women who are ready to take mountain biking to the next level. And for this Carbon C model, Santa Cruz used a slightly less-expensive carbon fiber to put top-tier performance within reach. The result is a frame that weighs just half a pound more, yet is every bit as stiff, durable, and fun as the carbon CC version.
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