Beatnik - $400
Great fixie with a steel frame, because these bikes are built for the harsh reality of the streets, where there’s no room for lightweight alloys and carbon—those are fine materials for racing bikes and boutique fixies, but they can’t hold up to the knockabout world of bike racks, potholes and sewer grates. As they say, steel is real.
Coda - $550
The Coda series of flat-handlebar road bikes has won Jamis legions of fans over the years, and for good reason—they’re quick, they’re nimble, and they’re soooo easy to ride. They’re basically road racing bikes without the racing emphasis—flat handlebars and intuitively easy-to-use controls mean near-zero intimidation, but you still get the benefit of elevated performance and incredible efficiency.
The Codas are designed to perform, with a frame welded from fabled Reynolds 520 double-butted chromoly steel. You get steel’s legendary supple, pavement-smoothing ride, accompanied by the zing of fantastic pedal response.
Bosanova - $1150
The perfect bike when Road bikes are too light duty. Mountain and city bikes are too heavy duty. Welcome to the Just Right world of the Bosanova.
Legendary Reynolds steel is the chassis material of choice, for its unbeatably robust performance and the resilient ride-damping you’ll appreciate while loaded up and bombing around on the streets. This is magic stuff, especially for full pannier touring and rough-road adventures.
This year’s rides are simply better and lighter—Bosanova receives its own street-smart geo, with cyclocross-inspired short-length chainstays, a wheelbase mated to the upright-with-drop bars and disc brakes. The perfect commuter bike for Portland Now in stock.