The upgraded version of Jamis Coda Sport features a lighter, higher-quality steel frame which shaves some weight and delivers a smoother ride and upgrades the brakeset with mechanical disc brakes.
Unlike more traditional rim brakes, disc brakes don’t lose any power in wet conditions, which makes them an excellent addition for someone who rides year round, no matter what the weather.A lighter aluminum alloy fork cuts further weight and the ATS steering system allows you to easily adjust your stem height. Pull it up on Monday morning for see-in-traffic commutes and then lower it for fitness rides on the weekend.
Head to Head Comparison
|Specialized Sirrus Disc||$560||aluminum/steel||Shimano Altus||Hydraulic|
|Felt Speed 40||$579||aluminum/aluminum||Shimano Acera||Mechanical|
|Jamis Coda Comp
|Cannondale Quick 5||$650||aluminum/aluminum||Shimano Acera||Hydraulic|
|Trek Zector 2||$660||aluminum/aluminum||Shimano Claris||Hydraulic|