Combining his Spaceframe design with the ‘Long Wheel Base’ trail geometry and 29+ platform from the Jones Plus, Jeff just rolled out the Jones Titanium Spaceframe Plus LWB. The frameset is available in three sizes: small, medium, and large. The new Spaceframe Plus combines Jeff’s original Spaceframe design — which allows the frame to flex vertically for comfort, while remaining torsionally stiff, all while improving standover clearance – with the precise handling and light weight of his Truss Fork. According to Jones, “This combination makes the most of titanium’s inherent flex, durability, and light weight to make a better bike.”
From the press release: While every new frameset Jeff has designed over the years has been a step forward, this is one that he’s been wanting to make for a long time, and it really represents the pinnacle of his thinking and work on how to make a high-performance, non-suspension bicycle.
The TIG welded titanium frame features plenty of rack and bottle mounts, a 148mm BOOST thru-axle rear end, and a 150mm thru-axle truss fork to accommodate 29, 29+, and 27.5 x 4” tires. The frameset retails for $4,550.00. Find the full rundown on a blog post over at JonesBikes.com, or check the frame spec out in their store.
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