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After having spent the last 5 years on Jamis Supernova's, I switched over to the current model year Renegade Elite this fall when I sold yet another bike to a teammate. Early impressions are: sensational bike and I get why Jamis dropped the Supernova in favor of using the Renegade line as their cross/gravel racing model of choice. While the two bikes are similar, they are hardly the same as one runs SRAM 1x and the Renegade chooses Ultegra group for the build. Can't go wrong with either groupo in my opinion and I actually prefer SRAM as their headquarters is right in the middle of my commute from home to work and their support of product is impossible for Shimano to match in Chicago for sure. All that having been said, the Renegade carbon frame seems lighter and is certainly more versatile than the Supernova and does a very capable job when stripped down to convert to a Sunday cross/gravel racer.
Last point - there is a little confusion on the color scheme of what is currently available on this make and model. Jamis doesn't use model years anymore because they simply replace make and model when current sells through. Makes a TON of sense. The currently available make/model is different than what you will see on their website. It is the charcoal version as shown in the photo to the left. How do I know this? Because I'm riding it :) - the photo with all of the optional and manufactured by other frame/saddle/bar bags is not the current color so just use this for ideas on how to adventure ride without racks which you can run if you want to.
|Frame||Jamis Size Specific Design Omniad M30 monocoque carbon fiber frame, Near Net molding process, 12x142 thru-axle with Jamis MTS (Modular Thru-axle System), SST tubing diameters, integrated seat post clamp, 1.5 - 1 1/8" head tube, EVO386 carbon BB shell, ACE internal cable routing compatible for both Di2 wires or traditional cables and internal dropper post, oversized asymmetrical chainstays with flat mount disc brakes and exposed carrier/fender mount eyelets, carbon drop outs, replaceable FD mount and RD hanger, clearance for 40c tires|
|Fork||Jamis Adventure ECO monocoque carbon, 12mm Jamis MTS (Modular Thru-axle System) with stainless interface and carbon dropouts, tapered steerer with 1.5" hollow formed crown, flat mount disc brakes with internal cable routing, exposed fender, lowrider and water bottle eyelets|
|Wheels||American Classic RACE Tubeless Centerlock 11-speed wheelset, 32H, 22mm rim height with 28x24mm width, AC hubs with sealed bearings and round spokes, front 12mm/rear 12x142 thru-axle|
|Tires||Clement X Plor MSO 700 x 36c, 60TPI, protection belt and Kevlar folding bead|
|Derailleurs||Shimano Ultegra RD-R8000 GS rear and Ultegra FD-R8000 braze-on front|
|Shiftlevers||Shimano Ultegra ST-R8020 Dual Control STI, 22-speed|
|Cassette||Pretty sure it's 11 - 32 ask Eric to check his bike. Rich is riding same this week.|
|Brakeset||Shimano Ultegra BR-R8070 hydraulic disc brakes with resin pads, Centerlock Ice Tech Freeza RT800 160mm rotors with Shimano ST-R8020 Dual Control STI levers|
|Handlebar||Ritchey Evomax Comp, 6061 aluminum, 73 reach, 120 drop with 12Â° flare, 31.8 x 420 (48-51) 440mm (54-56), 460mm (56-61)|
|Stem||Ritchey Comp 4-Axis, 3D net forged 6061 alloy, 6Ëš x 80mm (48/51), 90mm (54/56), 110mm (58/61)|
|Seat Post||Ritchey Comp Carbon, 27.2 x 350mm, 25mm offset with Jamis 7075-AL CNC aluminum 1-bolt seat post clamp|
|Saddle||Fizik Aliante Delta with intergrated clip system and manganese rails|
|Sizes||48, 51, 54, 56, 58, 61cm|
|Weight||18.0 lbs (Not my 61cm but certainly under 20)|