Jamis Coda - 2017

Jamis Coda
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Our Codas have been some of our most popular bikes for years, and for good reason. There’s the smooth-riding Reynolds chromoly frames, the well-thought-out geometry, the heads-up riding position and the smart component selections, from the super-wide gearing range to the easy-adjust stems: these bikes are simply some of the best and most versatile around.

Specs

Frame Double-butted chromoly frame, extended head tube with reinforced collars, double tapered cromo stays, forged dropouts and fender/rack eyelets
Fork Steel unicrown, bulge butted steerer, low-rider carrier mounts and forged dropouts with double fender eyelets
Headset Threaded, 1 1/8”
Rims/Wheels Double wall alloy rims, 32H
Hubs Alloy hubs with QR
Spokes 14g stainless steel spokes
Tires Kenda K-197 Eurotrek, 700 x 32c
Crankset Shimano FC-TY301
Chainrings 48/38/28T
Bottom Bracket VP sealed cartridge, 68 x 122.5mm
Chain KMC Z51
Front Derailleur Shimano TY510
Rear Derailleur Shimano Tourney TY500
Rear Cogs Shimano MF-TZ31 7-speed, 14-34T
Shifters Shimano RapidFire Plus SL-M310, 24-speed
Handlebars Steel Bar
Tape/Grips Anatomic double density kraton
Stem Jamis alloy hi-rise, quill type
Brake Levers Shimano brake levers
Brakes Promax TX-121 alloy linear-pull brakes with front power modulator
Pedals Platform style, steel cage/resin body, toe clip attachable
Saddle Jamis Touring with SL cover
Seat Post Jamis alloy micro-adjust

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4.5

(based on 4 reviews)

100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Durable  (4)
  • Great Components  (4)
  • Lightweight 
  • Handles Well Off-road 

Cons

  • Heavy  (2)
  • Seat 

Best Uses

  • Commuting  (4)
  • Pavement  (4)
  • Off-Road 

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Jamis Coda

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from Chicago, IL

About Me Casual Cyclist

Pros

  • Durable
  • Great Components
  • Handles Well Off-road

Cons

  • Seat

Best Uses

  • Commuting
  • Off-Road
  • Pavement

Comments:

I've had a Jamis Coda as my primary bike for 10 years now. I'm very happy with it, I ride it frequently along the bike paths by the lake and to and from work. I've never had any major problems with it. The only thing I don't like about it is that the seat isn't the most comfortable, but seats are easily replaced. Highly recommended.

5

A choice worth repeating

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from New York, NY

About Me Casual Cyclist

Pros

  • Durable
  • Great Components

Cons

  • Heavy

Best Uses

  • Pavement
  • Commuting

Comments:

I had (somewhat embarrassingly) been riding the same bike since freshman year of high school - an undersized "mountain" bike that at one time brought envy from my friends. This bike is my first venture into buying a more suitable bike for commuting to work and for exercise, and it has turned out to be a wonderful investment. I hadn't ever heard of the "Jamis" brand, but they came highly recommended by a salesperson at the bike shop, both for quality and for customer service. After a test-ride I was completely sold. The ride was smooth and solid, all the components worked great, and the overall feel was just right on. I tested 2 other bikes that day, one more expensive and one less expensive, and neither of them came close. I've been riding 7 miles to work nearly every day since, on bike paths and New York city streets, and continue to be impressed! Thanks to Jamis for making such a great bike, and for getting me more interested in cycling.

5

Love it!

By 

from w, dc

About Me

Pros

  • Great Components
  • Durable

Cons

  • Heavy

Best Uses

  • Pavement
  • Commuting

Comments:

I like bike.

4

Best All-Around City Bike

By 

from Washington DC

About Me Avid Cyclist

Pros

  • Great Components
  • Lightweight
  • Durable

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Pavement
    • Commuting

    Comments:

    I love this bike; it's the one I always recommend to friends and family that ask me for the name of a good all-around city bike. It has many imitators these days but Jamis was the first to make hybrids that are actually fun to ride. Any of the sub-models are good but the base model should work for anyone.

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