With clearance for 27.5 x 2.25″ or 700C x 45mm tires, a Columbus Cromor frame, tons of mounts, and a playful paint job, the Veloci Jimmy promises “best friend” status. Here are the details…

Taiwan-based Veloci Cycles recently released the Jimmy, an interesting looking adventure-mobile designed around 27.5” wheels and wide tires. The Jimmy features a Columbus Cromor frameset with a drive-side yoke that allows tire clearance up to 27.5 x 2.25″ or 700 x 45mm (although there are also claims that it can squeeze 2.4s). Jimmy has plenty of mounting options, including three-pack cage mounts over and under the down tube, top tube bag mounts, provisions for a rack and fenders, and another bottle cage pair on the seat tube. Other frame features include a STEEL RULE SUPPLY investment cast dropout that can toggle between quick release and 12mm thru-axles, stealth dropper post routing, and a BSA threaded 68mm bottom bracket shell. The Veloci Jimmy frame comes standard with a VELOCI No.11 carbon fork, complete with triple cage mounts on both legs, a flat brake mount, and a 12mm thru axle. Find photos, specs, and geometry numbers below…

Veloci Jimmy
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  • Frame Columbus Cromor Veloci Jimmy Gravel
  • Fork Veloci No. 11 full carbon tapered, 12mm thru-axle
  • Rear spacing 12 x 142mm thru-axle
  • Headtube 44 mm (for ZS44/EC44 headset / not included)
  • Bottom bracket 68mm BSA
  • Seatpost diameter 27.2mm
  • Seat collar 29.8 mm (not included)
  • Brake compatibility flat mount 140 / 160mm
  • Fender mounts Front and Rear
  • Rack mounts Rear rack ready
  • Tire clearance 27.5″ x 2.4 / 700 x 45c
  • Cage mounts on frame top tube direct mount, 3x watter bottle bosses
  • Color gravel khaki
  • Place of manufacture Taiwan
  • Price (frame/fork) $1,050
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The Veloci Jimmy gravel frameset is available for 750€ from our friends over at The Gentle Jaunt in Berlin. You can also learn more over at VelociCycle.com.



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