Originally released back in 2019, the Jimmy from Taiwan-based Veloci is a drop-bar adventure rig designed around 27.5″ wheels, reasonably wide tires, a chromoly steel frame, and a carbon fork. Now in its second iteration, the Jimmy has received a few updates, including Shimano Di2 compatibility, a slick-looking steel fin rear dropout, and a new frame design. The frame is still kitted out with loads 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. Jimmy also has internal dropper post routing for riders who are looking to get rad.
The Veloci Jimmy V.2 maintains clearance for 27.5 x 2.1″ or 700 x 45mm tires, uses standard 12mm thru-axles front and back, and has a trusty 68mm BSA threaded bottom bracket. The fork has a mounting point and internal routing for a dynamo light, the derailleur hanger is replaceable, and it looks like it could make a fantastic do-mostly-everything bike for bikepacking, commuting, and ripping around.
Veloci Jimmy V.2 Specs
- Frame/Tubing: MKPT Heat Treated, Seamless, Butted Chromoly Steel
- Fork: No.11 Fork, Carbon
- Seatpost: 27.2mm
- Brakes: Flat Mount, 160mm Rotor Max
- Place of Manufacture: Taiwan
- Price: TBD
- Manufacturer’s Details: VelociCycle.com
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