Jamis Xenith T1 - 2011

Jamis Xenith T1
X-Small | Victory Blue/Pearl White
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Few bikes look as fast standing still as Jamis' Xenith T1. With hours of wind tunnel testing behind this carbon beauty it's sure to tear up any time trial or triathlon course. The resulting aerodynamic advances such as hidden brakes, integrated aero seatmast and frame tubes give you a time saving advantage over your competitors. For even more wind-cheating speed, horizontal rear dropouts let you place the rear wheel directly behind the seat-tube cutout for streamlined efficiency. The Xenith also sports top-notch components like deep-dish American Classic wheels, SRAM shifters and derailleurs and a SRAM Force carbon crank. And, Profile's carbon aerobars and Cobb Cycling saddle let you maintain a comfortable, aerodynamic position.


Frame Jamis high-modulus-carbon
Fork Jamis Wind-Shield aero carbon
Rims/Wheels American Classic 420 aero
Hubs See Rims/Wheels
Spokes See Rims/Wheels
Tires Vittoria Rubino Pro Slick, 700 x 23c (650c: Vittoria Rubino)
Crankset SRAM Force
Chainrings 53/39
Bottom Bracket SRAM BB30
Front Derailleur SRAM Rival
Rear Derailleur SRAM Force
Rear Cogs SRAM OG-1070, 10-speed: 11-25
Shifters SRAM 500 TT
Handlebars Profile Viper T1 carbon aero extensions w/SVET base bar
Tape/Grips Jamis suede
Stem Profile Aris 3D
Brake Levers Tektro
Brakes Tektro aero dual-pivot
Saddle Cobb Cycling V-Flow Plus
Seatpost Jamis Aero carbon

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X-Small | Victory Blue/Pearl White 035443BL


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of respondents would recommend this to a friend.


  • Comfortable 
  • Great Components 
  • Absorbs Shock Well 
  • Handles Well 
  • Good Geometry 

Best Uses

  • Serious Training 
  • Racing 


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Unbelievable value!


from Palm Beach, Fl

About Me Competitive Cyclist


  • Comfortable
  • Handles Well
  • Absorbs Shock Well
  • Good Geometry
  • Lightweight
  • Great Components


    Best Uses

    • Racing
    • Serious Training


    I have owned many nice triathlon bikes, the most recent being the Kestrel Airfoil Pro. This is the finest machine I have ever ridden. Very light (mine, size 56 is about 18lbs with pedals), very stiff and responsive, and extremely smooth ride. Can't feel the bike flex, it feels like all your effort is propelling the bike forward. Silky smooth ride, not as plush as the Kestrel, but the Kestrel did not have a seat tube and was not nearly as responsive. Kestrel was a little mushy in comparison. Components are fantastic, FSA SL-K light crank feels very stiff, great power transfer, Profile carbon base bar and aerobar are comfortable and light, Easton wheelset is more than adequate for training and would be great for most to race. Now let's talk about the heart of the bike. Frame is razor thin, amazing it can be so stiff. With both brakes hidden from the wind, this bike is supposedly turning out some of the best numbers ever in the wind tunnel. Aesthetically, beautiful. Nice, aggressive lines, matte finish looks stealth, it looks like the rocket-ship that it is. Bike should easily be $4000. Buy one now, I hear they might be very hard to come by this season!

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