I rode the Juliana Joplin C from October 2016-January 2017 and reviewed it for Singletracks.com.
From the review:
Sometimes, it can be hard to put your finger on just what it is you love about a bike. You can look at the specs and the numbers, but there’s more to the story. Some bikes just make you feel at home in the saddle, and leave you with a silly grin on your face, dreaming of riding them again. The Juliana Joplin is one of those bikes for me.
For my personal riding style, it checks all the boxes of what I’m looking for in a full-suspension bike. While I enjoy bombing downhill, I also really love to go on long, all-day rides that cover a lot of ground, and I like to climb. That being said, while I do occasionally dabble in racing, I’m not a racer at heart. I want to play around, rather than just worry about getting from point A to point B as quickly as possible. While it might not be the best bike for any one particular application, I found that the Juliana Joplin is all-around fun for a wide variety of different riding styles and conditions.