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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Juliana Quincy. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
19 reasons to buy
- The bike is women-specific with its women's Ergon saddle and narrow Easton handlebars.
- The Juliana Quincy is offered in three sizes, fitting riders 5’ to 5’8".
- Juliana offers a lifetime warranty on the carefully constructed carbon frame.
- The bike has boost spacing, allowing a wider tire to fit on the bike. The Juliana Quincy can fit a 650b x 2.1” or a 700c x 45mm wheel and tire setup.
- The bike is responsive and agile with the lightweight carbon frame, slack head tube angle and flared drop bars.
- Weighing in at just over 18 lbs., the Quincy is quick to accelerate.
- The long wheelbase creates stability over rough terrain and on descents.
- Wide tires on the Juliana Quincy reduce road chatter and increase comfort on the bike.
- The wide rims on the DT Swiss 370 or Santa Cruz Reserve wheels allow the rider to run lower tire pressure, for greater traction, on a variety of surfaces.
- The knobby WTB Rangers or Maxxis Ravager EXO tires on the Juliana Quincy provide great traction on rough terrain and improve the bike’s cornering capabilities.
- With the right wheel and tire setup, the Juliana Quincy is very versatile. It is designed to be an endurance gravel adventure machine, though it can also serve as a bikepacking bike, commuter, road bike and cyclocross race bike.
- The gearing is ideal for riding the bike loaded with bags or over steep rocky terrain.
- The wide chainstay and downtube create a stiff base for the bike, ensuring efficient power transfer when pedalling.
- The bike includes a chainstay protector. This reduces any noise from chain slap and protects the bike from damage riding off-road.
- One expert found, the 74.5 degrees seat tube angle put them in a more upright riding position and reduced the amount of pressure on her hands, on long rides.
- The Quincy can accept an internally routed dropper post.
- The flared drop bars offer riders a variety of riding positions for maximum comfort on longer rides.
- The bike has mounts for up to three water bottles.
- The Juliana Quincy has mudguard mounts.
3 reasons not to buy
- The bike does not fit women over 5’ 8”.
- The Juliana Quincy lacks low gears, that are ideal for powerful sprints.
- The knobby tires that come on the bike create drag when riding on paved surfaces.
Expert Reviews80/100 based on 1 expert reviews
Juliana Quincy CC Rival Review
It’s not a cheap option, but if you’ve got the cash to splash this bike will see you through the roughest of off-road gravelling and give you smooth and long road miles.
Review: Juliana Quincy Gravel Bike
With 700c wheels, the Quincy slots in easily next to other bikes marketed as versatile cyclocross/gravel bikes.
Exploring the Santa Cruz Mountains with the Juliana Bike Quincy
This beautiful piece of machinery merges the nimble steering Juliana Bike has developed for their mountain bikes and comfortable geometry for all-day riding.
The New Santa Cruz Stigmata and Juliana Quincy Gravel Bikes Bring the Party to Any Surface
This dedicated ‘cross race bike became a ‘cross, gravel, and bikepacking beast, now comes in women’s builds and smaller sizes, and is one of the liveliest and most versatile “gravel bikes” we’ve ridden.
Meet the New Quincy: Juliana’s Answer to the Popular Santa Cruz Stigmata
Riding the Quincy can be summed up in one word-fun. It’s a comfortable bike to ride all day, multiple days in a row, yet responsive and playful.