Juliana's Roubion frame is not only designed for the rigors of enduro and all mountain riding, it actually enjoys triumphing over them all season long as the official bike for the hard charging ladies of Juliana SRAM on the Enduro World Series circuit. Whether your favorite trails are filled with berm roosting, railing tight switchbacks, or long, hand numbing descents, the Roubion 2. 0 Carbon R Complete Mountain Bike is a capable machine that can tackle all of that and more without taking itself too seriously. This year, Juliana made slight alterations to its geometry and the links in the VPP suspension to create a bike that's better equipped than ever to work with you on the trails. We've spent a considerable amount of time singing the praises of 27. 5in wheels, and for good reason. 27. 5in wheels have quickly become the de facto wheel size for riders who want a bike that's nimble and quick when needed, but still able to blast through descents without feeling unstable, which is exactly what the wheel size achieves for the Roubion. Its 150mm of rear wheel travel works with the revamped VPP suspension platform to provide both confidence inspiring plushness on harsh descents and efficient pedaling on the climbs. For 2016, Juliana updated the suspension links by mounting the upper link directly to the top tube, with the lower link tucked neatly out of the way to allow for a suppler ride over small bumps. These changes to the suspension pair expertly with Juliana's slight, but significant, modifications to the Roubion's geometry. For 2016, the head tube angle slackens from 67 degrees to 66, creating a more stable rig at high speeds. Juliana didn't want this increased stability to come at the expense of snappiness on climbs, however, so it also steepened the seat tube angle by a degree to place riders in a power generating position directly above the bottom bracket. Keeping up with current trends, it lengthened the top tube to integrate better with shorter stems and...