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26-Inch Wheel

Jamis Eden 26+ Sport
$899.99 $999.99 10% Savings
If you thought 26-inch wheels were dead, have another look. The Eden 26+ takes that old 26er and cranks the volume up to a full 3-inches for non-stop traction, cloud-like float, and tons of fun. Stability and confidence come naturally on plus-size tires, and these feelings are aided by a 120mm travel fork that increases control and comfort over rough trail. A wide-range Shimano 1x10 drivetrain is simple and effective for mountain use, and Tektro hydraulic disc brakes provide excellent stopping power, even in wet conditions. Set up tubeless with the included WTB Scraper i40 rims and WTB Ranger tires, you'll find yourself cleaning troublesome sections of trail with ease and looking for new places to test your newfound skills. Long live 26!
Jamis X.26
$349.97 $399.99 13% Savings
Every Jamis youth bike uses size-specific items like grips, saddles and cranks that enhance comfort and control by providing the best possible bike. They focus on designing frames with low stand-over to take much of the awkwardness out of getting on board and dismounting after. They trim as much weight as we can with lightweight aluminum frames on many of the youth models and use aluminum parts where possible to work towards that make-it-as-light-as-possible goal. The additional benefit of this spec-as-much-alloy-as-possible design bias is that the product will hold up in the elements significantly better than other kids bikes built with more steel parts.
Jamis X.26 Disc
$449.99
Every Jamis youth bike uses size-specific items like grips, saddles and cranks that enhance comfort and control by providing the best possible bike. They focus on designing frames with low stand-over to take much of the awkwardness out of getting on board and dismounting after. They trim as much weight as we can with lightweight aluminum frames on many of the youth models and use aluminum parts where possible to work towards that make-it-as-light-as-possible goal. The additional benefit of this spec-as-much-alloy-as-possible design bias is that the product will hold up in the elements significantly better than other kids bikes built with more steel parts.
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