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    Jamis SixFifty B2

    Here is a pic of the new Jamis SixFifty B2

    http://forums.mtbr.com/showthread.php?t=543645

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    Quote Originally Posted by rvanderveur
    Here is a pic of the new Jamis SixFifty B2

    http://forums.mtbr.com/showthread.php?t=543645
    Top notch!

    Cheers,

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    I posted over in the Jamis forum something like this.

    "man Jamis isn't pulling any punches with these. They are gonna be sick!"

    or something like that.

    I wonder how the SixFifty B1 will be spec'd out?

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    Yeah, that looks fantastic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MMcG
    I wonder how the SixFifty B1 will be spec'd out?
    Wow…that’s the nicest Jamis I’ve seen in years.

    B2 is the top model right?

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    Just double checked and the higher number denotes more bling per the current Jamis site - so I guess the B1 would be spec'd lower than the B2 if that trend stays constant.

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    Yep, I'm betting that the B` goes for tween $1500/$1900, and the B2 going for probably $2800. I'm strongly considering putting on e on order....
    Just a regular guy.

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    my boss got to ride one at a dealer event recently and said it was "interesting, and i'd like to spend more time on one, but i don't think it'd totally get me off my 29er." he's 5'11" and rides pretty tame midwestern singletrack. but the bike does look really really neat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ~martini~
    Yep, I'm betting that the B` goes for tween $1500/$1900, and the B2 going for probably $2800. I'm strongly considering putting on e on order....
    Would be amazing value for money if it did go for $2800!

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    yeah - I forgot to put the $3k part! Its pretty stacked. I don't need that much bike, so I'm really curious to see the B1, and how its specced.
    Just a regular guy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ~martini~
    yeah - I forgot to put the $3k part! Its pretty stacked. I don't need that much bike, so I'm really curious to see the B1, and how its specced.
    Ditto on the B1 spec's and price-point.

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    nice bike

    I'd like to see the geometry on that sled.
    Any possiblity to get more info on this bike?
    I couldn't find anything on the Jamis site about these two 650B offerings.

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    Jamis 650 B

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    I'd like to see the geometry on that sled.
    Any possiblity to get more info on this bike?
    I couldn't find anything on the Jamis site about these two 650B offerings.

    I have the geo for all of the sizes, what size are you curious about?

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    Any chance of seeing the lower spec B1?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rvanderveur
    I have the geo for all of the sizes, what size are you curious about?
    Large and the X-Large.
    I'm 6'1"

    Can just the frame be purchase or are they sold as a complete bike?

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    The 19" B2: TT-23.7" and a 32" stand over.
    The 21" B2: TT-24.1" and a 33.9" stand over.

    Frame set with shock, fork, headset and seat clamp will be available. No ETA on frame sets at the moment. Should have a better idea at/after Interbike.

    Rob

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    SixFifty B1

    Here is a pic of the SixFiflty B1

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    Quote Originally Posted by rvanderveur
    I have the geo for all of the sizes, what size are you curious about?
    How about the 15" and 17" (I'm 5'7" so one of those sizes should do me!) Interested in the seat and head angles, too--especially the seat angle...

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    Thanks!

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