IB13: The New Entry Level Juliana Juno

Santa Cruz Juliana Juno

New at interbike was the Juliana Juno, a 125mm travel tweener single pivot, which features the same geometry to the recently announced Bantam, but utilizes women oriented products to dial in fit. More details after the break.

Santa Cruz Juliana Juno Rear View

The bike will feature bars, stems, grips, cranks, and wheels, optimized for the fairer sex.

Santa Cruz Juliana Juno Side View

Weight for the top of the line build is roughly 30 lbs.

Santa Cruz Juno Geometry

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7 thoughts on “IB13: The New Entry Level Juliana Juno

  1. looks like this is the top spec of the mid priced 125mm travel bikes. The Furtado Primero appears to be their Top Spec’d 125mm travel bike. It’s a VPP bike that comes in at 27.8lbs for around $6k.

  2. i am a dude with big hands and i love the grips they make for that bike. i wish it came out for other bikes too. i want it on my trail bike.

  3. i just bought the juliana juno and love everything about it surprisingly! i have been mtbing for 20 years and always shunned the women’s specific anything really. i switched the seat for mine, attached my clipless, and switched out the hb for one with a very small rise and normal diameter, and then added my flanged grips. I started on 26ers. my last bike was a fisher hifi 29er. i liked it a lot but wanted something a bit more nimble. so far so good! fast, fun rides that def make me see how lazy i had gotten on the hifi (point and shoot). i am 5’6” and average build. my rig is a size m.

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