“As good as it gets” is never good enough at Jamis. And our all-new, totally redesigned Xenith proves it. The Xenith was already a multiple awards-winning, race-vanquishing powerhouse that many on Jamis/Hagens Berman p/b Sutter Home didn’t want us to tamper with. But our engineers and designers weren’t content with today’s accolades and podiums when tomorrow’s beckoned. The development effort on this bike wasn’t just about tweaking what we had; it was about starting from scratch to create what we could. The result? A radically new frame and fork design and wholly new manufacturing process that has delivered the lightest, stiffest, most aero road bike we’ve ever produced.



Jamis Bicycles Headquarters:

151 Ludlow Ave,

Northvale, NJ 07647

(201) 768-9050


Phone: (201) 768-9050

Fax: (201) 768-9541




Jamis Bicycles rolled out its first bicycle in 1979 and has since built a reputation as a brand unmatched in performance, value, and style. Jamis Bicycles are sold in the US from coast to coast and in over 50 countries worldwide. G. Joannou Cycle, parent company of Jamis Bicycles, was established in 1937 and remains the largest bicycle business in the US under original family ownership. Jamis bikes are the choice of athletes in virtually all disciplines of cycling competition including professional road racing, triathlon, cyclocross and mountain biking. The company also supports elite and “up-and-coming” athletes across the globe and close to home through it’s Backyard Racing Program.

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Seattle-based Hagens Berman Sobol Shapiro LLP is one of the top plaintiff-focused law firms in the nation with offices in ten cities across the country. Founded in 1993, they represent plaintiffs in class actions and multi-state, large-scale litigation that seek to protect the rights of investors, consumers, workers, whistleblowers, and others. More information about the firm is available at Hagens Berman Cycling’s website is

Since its establishment in 1948, Sutter Home has produced premier red, white and blush wines at affordable prices. Today Sutter Home is America’s #1 premium wine brand and offers consumers a variety of wines for everyday enjoyment. With its creation of White Zinfandel in the early 1970s and the introduction of top-notch varietal wines during the 1980s and ’90s, Sutter Home became a household name and the second largest, independent family-run winery in the United States. Sutter Home makes 13 varietals including the original White Zinfandel, Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Moscato and Riesling. Sutter Home is wholly owned and operated by the Trinchero family, Napa Valley vintners since 1948.

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Ritchey Design is recognized around the world as one of the cycling industry’s premier innovators of high-quality bicycle components. Formed in 1974 by Tom Ritchey, the company actively designs a steady stream of new products, while constantly improving upon existing components, refining their lightness and durability with untiring drive, we call it; ‘relentless innovation.’

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fi’zi:k is a racing brand. It represents beauty, speed, passion, freedom for those who race against each other, race against the clock and for enthusiast cyclists around the world who identify with the feeling of the fire of competition.

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“We believe that challenging yourself and achieving the next level in sports is the most gratifying, great feeling there is. It is our mission to help you improve your cycling performance and achieve your next level by producing the best and fastest bicycle tires in the world. We have been doing so for the past 60 years.”

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Shift your expectations. Dura-Ace moves to the next generation. Reduced shifting effort lets you concentrate on riding. More control thanks to improved ergonomics. Unbeatable reliability gives you confidence. Tested in competition and taken to victory by pro riders in all conditions – on the road, across the pavé, through the mud. Dura-Ace: Concentration, control and confidence.

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A sports eyewear leader for 26 years, Rudy Project is leading a race that knows no limits: the continuous pursuit of excellence, in its materials, but also in design and performance. It’s a company that knows sports very well, and listens to the needs of its players in order to ensure winning solutions.

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Profile Design’s simple endeavor began 25 years ago and what occured is rather extraordinary. They were born dedicated to purposeful engineer multisport solutions through functional technology and turned the industry upside down in every category. Bike fit professionals worldwide turn to Profile Design for the products that can be endlessly tweaked and seamlessly combined to achieve the perfect fit for even their most challenging projects.

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Ogio is a lifestyle brand that focuses on designing and developing world-class bag and apparel collections. Born from our sports heritage, every Ogio product is engineered to protect, organize and carry your gear (or in the case of apparel, wear) comfortably. Ogio’s DNA of aggressive, fashion forward styling is intended to raise your adrenaline level at first glance.

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Through their meticulous attention to detail and the use of innovative construction techniques and fabrics technologies, Hincapie Sportwear have developed a reputation for making some of the best cycling apparel in the world. As a result, you can be confident that Hincapie products will help you maximize your performance in comfort and style.

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Herbalife24 is the first comprehensive performance nutrition line empowering athletes 24-hours a day. We have redefined the industry standards of pre-, during- and post-workout nutrition to help you train, recover and perform like never before with all the nutritional support you need as an athlete. This seven-product line is customizable so you can determine your day-to-day needs based on activity levels and training demands.

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Thule helps you transport anything you care for safely, easily, and in style so you are free to live your active life. We believe in the value of an active life – whether you’re in the city or the great outdoors. For our own health and happiness as human beings, and ultimately for the respect and care we then give to the world around us.

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Sebastian Alexandre

Director Sportif

Hugo Pratissoli

Team Mechanic

Felix FariƱa


Luis Romero Amaran

Date of Birth: April 4, 1979

Hometown: Matanzas, Cuba

Currently living in: Albuquerque, NM

Gregory Brenes

Date of Birth: April 21, 1988

Hometown: Alvarado Capellades , Cartago

Currently living in: Costa Rica

Ian Crane

Date of Birth: December 28, 1989

Hometown: Sammamish, WA

Currently living in: Seattle, WA

Lucas Sebastian Haedo

Date of Birth: April 18, 1983

Hometown: Chascomus, Argentina

Currently living in: Chascomus, Argentina

Ben Jacques Maynes

Date of Birth: September 22, 1978

Hometown: Berkeley, CA

Currently living in: Corralitos, CA

Daniel Jaramillo

Date of Birth: January 15, 1991

Hometown: Antioquia, Colombia

Currently living in: Antioquia, Colombia

Stephen Leece

Date of Birth: November 4th, 1991

Hometown: San Luis Obispo, CA

Currently living in: Boulder, CO

Carson Miller

Date of Birth: January 9, 1989

Hometown: Pasadena, CA

Currently living in: Seattle, WA

Gaston Trillini

Date of Birth: January 25, 1991

Hometown: Buenos Aires, Argentina

Currently living in: Buenos Aires, Argentina

David Williams

Date of Birth: June 19, 1988

Hometown: Grand Rapids, MI

Currently living in: Grand Rapids, MI



Sebastian Haedo Claims Second Stage Victory as Gregory Brenes Secures King of The Mountains at Redlands Bicycle Classic

The sting in the tail at the Redlands Bicycle Classic is the Sunset Road Race; referred to by many as one of the hardest days of racing in North America. 2015 was no exception, as the peloton rolled off the starting line of the final 150 kilometer stage under a warm and sunny Southern California sky.

On the opening lap of the race, a small break of riders who posed no threat to the General Classification contenders was able to pry open a small gap, with their advantage never reaching more than two minutes, as the race leader’s team and Team Jamis – Hagens Berman p/b Sutter Home set the pace in the peloton. While the race leader was protecting his General Classification, Team Jamis – Hagens Berman p/b Sutter Home was taking care of Gregory Brenes who started the stage as the leader in the King of The Mountains Classification, and was looking to bring that jersey home at the end of the stage.

As the race progressed, the break saw their numbers and advantage dwindling. A result of the pressure being applied behind in the field as well as riders who suffered from mechanicals. By the final lap, the whole race was coming back together. Just 40 riders remained as the riders returned to downtown Redlands for five laps on the criterium course. Reaching the circuits, Brenes and Team Jamis – Hagens Berman p/b Sutter Home had done enough to secure the King of The Mountains Classification. All eyes turned to Sebastian Haedo, who proved earlier in the week his speed and power in the final dash to the line. Coming out of the final turn, Haedo was in second position, but timed his sprint perfectly in order to surge clear of everyone in the final 20 meters of the race, taking out his second stage victory of the week.

Following their highly successful week of racing in the Redlands Bicycle Classic, Team Jamis – Hagens Berman p/b Sutter Home will travel home for a few weeks of rest and recovery, before traveling east to Fayetteville, Arkansas, for the Joe Martin Stage Race.



Sebastian Haedo Claims Second Stage Victory as Gregory Brenes Secures King of The Mountains at Redlands Bicycle Classic

The sting in the tail at the Redlands Bicycle Classic is the Sunset Road Race; referred to by many as one of the hardest days of racing in North America. 2015 was no exception, as the peloton rolled off the starting line of the final 150 kilometer stage… READ MORE >


Team Jamis – Hagens Berman p/b Sutter Home came into the Redlands Bicycle Classic with high hopes to contest not only the Overall Classification, but also each stage of the race. The first stage covered 90 kilometers on a 4.5 kilometer circuit held in the Highlands community. READ MORE >



Daniel Jaramillo succeeded in defending his Top-10 General Classification position on the final day of racing at the Tour de San Luis. Following three challenging stages that tested the riders with ambitions of a high General Classification result, the seventh and final stage was a rolling stage held on the edge of San Luis.