We’ve had the 2013 Jamis Coda Sport in for some time now and just received a near-complete size run to refresh our inventory. The Coda Sport is a perennial favorite of hours but we’ve got to be honest: the 2013 Coda Comp and Coda Elites and they are looking awesome. Pictured above is the Coda Comp. The frame is Reynolds 520, paired with a carbon fork. It’s outfitted with Shimano components for shifters, Alivio derailleurs, brake levers, and crankset with replaceable rings. The frame boasts ample tire clearance and rack and fender capability. Add in the 3×8 drivetrain and you have one versatile and swift ride at the low price of just $695.
For 2013 Jamis decked out the Coda Elite comes in an awesome color: stealth. It’s as mean as it looks – chromoly frame/carbon fork frameset, Tektro hydraulic disc brakes, Shimano triple crankset, and Alivio 9 speed shifters with a Deore rear derailleur. The Coda Elite has all the versatility and durability of its lower tier versions, but with snappier shifting, advanced braking, and an all-around better ride feel. This bike is absolutely perfect for all-weather commuters, light touring, day trips and fitness rides – you name it. This is one bike that’s sure to please anyone with high demands for reliability, comfort, and performance. It’s also down in price from last season. Take one home for just $995!