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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Devinci Django. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
16 reasons to buy
- The Devinci Django has wide Maxxis Minion and Aggressor tires that provide loads of traction on 29" wheels.
- The frame is offered in aluminum and carbon. This allows riders with varying budgets to find a build that is in their price range.
- Experts agree the bike is a capable climber with its steep seat tube angle. The climbing mode on the suspension is only necessary on the steepest climbs.
- Hydraulic disc brakes from SRAM and Shimano are used on the Django. Testers agree these are reliable.
- The threaded bottom bracket is easy to maintain.
- The 780 mm or 800 mm handlebars used on the bike are wide. They offer riders stability on uneven trails.
- Each build uses a 12-speed SRAM or Shimano drivetrain, providing a sufficient gear range for tackling a wide variety of terrain, including steep climbs.
- The internally routed cables are tidy and quiet. They are routed through a tube and secured in place.
- There is room for a medium-sized water bottle in the frame.
- Devinci protects the downtube from damage with a rubberized covering.
- The chainstay length is different on each size bike to maintain consistent performance across all sizes.
- The Django is a stable descender even at top speeds.
- There is clearance for a 175 mm dropper post on an XL build.
- The Django is playful and fun to pop through jump lines on.
- The flip-chip, located below the rear shock mount, allows riders to fine-tune the bike to their riding style.
- Each build of the bike is priced fairly for the components and its performance on the trail.
2 reasons not to buy
- The Django is not the lightest in its category.
- Taller riders found the bike too long. If you are between sizes it is recommended by testers to size down.