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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.
Bottom lineThe Devinci Django is a short travel trail bike. It has 140-150mm of travel in the front and 120mm in the rear. The bike is versatile. It is an efficient climber. It is forgiving on descents. Devinci adjusts the chainstay length on each size of the bike to provide riders with a consistent feel on the bike. It is not the lightest. It is available with an aluminum or carbon frame. Shimano and SRAM groupset options are available for the Django.
Expert Reviews85/100 based on 2 rated expert reviews
2020 Devinci Django Carbon 29 GX LTD Review
For the incoming 2020 Django, it looks like Devinci has really unchained the beast lurking inside the previous bike’s modest geometry.
Introducing the 2020 Django 29 – Devinci’s All-New Party Lapper
Who the Django is for should not be a mystery at this point. Devinci spelled it out for us and after many miles, we concur: this is an incredibly fun trail bike.
2021 Devinvi Django LTD | First Ride Review
I think the conclusion for me overall is the bike is pretty dang rad!
Devinci Django GX Carbon Review 2020 2021
The Devinci Django easily has to be one of the top three, to me best overall, trail bike available.
MBA Bike Test: Devinci Django 29
The Django sports 120 mm of suspension travel and packs a punch upfront with a 140 mm-travel fork. This combination gives the Django the ability to tame the rough stuff while keeping the bike playful and fun.
One Ride Bike Breakdown: Devinci Django
I think it’s pretty sweet.
Review: Devinci Django
Welcome then, the Django–a mountain bike. If all the niches disappeared–not that they should, variety is the spice of life after all–this is what a ‘mountain bike’ would look like.
[Tested] Devinci 2020 Django
At the beginning of September, Devinci presented the newest version of the Django, their trail bike which, as is traditional for the Canadian brand, shows a certain propensity for downhill fun.