Brooklyn Bell and Jaime Hill Test the New Juliana Furtado Mountain Bike

Two avid mountain bikers hit the trails on Juliana’s new mixed-wheel, ‘mullet-style’ ride.

What does a perfect day in the Pacific Northwest look like toward the end of summer? Badass mountain bikers Brooklyn Bell and Jaime Hill, both representatives of Juliana Bicycles, demonstrate what that looks like in this short clip.

In general, these two women don’t need a reason to hit the trails and flex their mountain biking skills. But with Juliana’s new Furtado MX added to the bike line, they certainly had a good reason.

Juliana’s website says that with its new mixed-wheel setup, the larger front wheel gives you the rollover confidence of a 29er, while the smaller 27.5-inch rear wheel keeps you nimble and ensures you’re tracking through corners with ease.

In 1999, Juliana Bicycles developed the first mountain bike designed solely for female riders.

“Juliana exists to encourage more women to experience the best of mountain riding,” reads the brand’s mission statement. And it looks like it’s successful in doing exactly that, given how much fun and skill these two female athletes are bringing to the sport.

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Rebecca Ross

Rebecca Ross is a staff writer at GearJunkie. She has been writing about backpacking, hiking, mountaineering, and travel for over three years. Prior to GearJunkie, Rebecca was a freelance photographer and writer for Climbing Magazine, Decathlon, 57Hours, and ExplorersWeb. Based in Washington state, Rebecca has extensive training and experience in climbing of all sorts: trad, sport, bouldering, ice, alpine, and her favorite, mountaineering. She also enjoys running, backpacking, photography, swimming, cooking, reading, and crocheting.

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