What's the secret behind the Furtado's supremacy? For starters, Juliana's Furtado C features a full carbon frame with the renowned VPP suspension design to make short work of gnarly descents and tricky climbs. The advanced VPP (Virtual Pivot Point) design has been refined to create lower standover heights, and the slightly longer top tube allows the use of shorter stems for more responsive handling. The 67 degree head tube angle and short chainstays give you a controlled, responsive navigation and snappy handling through tight obstacles. It’s a powerful descender and nimble climber that more than lives up to its reputation as Queen of the Mountain.
Plus, the Furtado is sensitive to trail inputs, with a softer top end that offers a smoother ride over small bumps. As you move through the 130mm of travel, however, the suspension gets more supportive and progressive, so you don’t lose momentum over chunky rocks and big roots.
Designed for 27.5-inch wheels with 148mm rear spacing and internal dropper post routing, the Furtado CC Frame is your key to the adventures of mountain biking—hard climbs, fast descents, and long days in the woods aboard two wheels.