Monday, March 31, 2008

Jamis Commuter 4.0


Jamis Commuter 4.0. Available at City Bikes for $869.

Review at City Bikes Blog

2008 Specs:

Frame: 6061 aluminum triple gauge main tubes and stays, sloping design, chainstay disc brake mount, rack/fender mounts, replaceable derailleur hanger, FutureForm polycarbonate fenders. (Sizes: M: 14.5” 16.5” 18.5” 20.5” 22” W: 14.5”, 17.5” )
Color: Cream
Wheels: Weinmann SPHYNX double wall disc rims with eyelets 700c, 36H.
Hubs: Shimano Alfine Inter-8 CenterLock disc rear, Shimano M495 CenterLock disc front.
Tires: Kenda Kwest street tires, 700 x 32c, with K-Shield puncture protection and 3M reflective safety stripe.
RD: Shimano CT-S500 chain tensioner.
FD: Shimano R440.
Chain: KMC Z-9000
Freewheel: Shimano 18T
Crankset: FSA Vero Compact Double, 48/34 with Chainguard, 170mm, (14.5-18.5”)
175mm, (20.5-22”)
Pedals: Full alloy City/Cross, toe clip compatible
Brakes: Shimano Mechanical Disc Brake, BR-M415, 160mm (6”) CenterLock rotors with Tektro Levers
Handlebars: Classic swept-back, 10° rise x 540mm wide, Alloy
Seatpost: Suspension with alloy pillar, 350mm x 27.2mm, with alloy QR clamp
Saddle: Jamis Comfort with synthetic suede top, burnished sides, steel rails, memory foam and bumper springs
Weight: 30.5 lbs

If you have any feedback on the Jamis Commuter 4.0, please leave a comment.

2 comments:

Daniel said...

What about the Jamis Commuter 2? After test riding a ton of internal-gear-hub-having commuter bikes, I decided that was the best bike for the money, and absolutely loved riding it home from the bike shop. There are prettier bikes, but for my money, you can't do better than the 2.0

Also - I absolutely love your blog. Thanks for what you're doing.

Joseph E said...

The Jamis Commuter series has been changed this year. Now the Commuter 4 has a 8-speed Shimano Nexus rear hub instead of the derailer set-up, and a front Dynamo hub and light, for only $750. We will post an update soon.