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Can you hear that? It's the trails calling your name. Get on a mountain bike from Echelon Cycles and answer that call today. We've got an awesome selection of mountain bikes from Scott, Jamis, Fuji and more, to get you shredding rocks, roots, dirt, and anything else in between. Not sure which mountain bike is right for you? Let us know and we'll help you choose. 

Bianchi Methanol 9.1 CV
$11,449.99
Bianchi's Methanol 9.1 CV is volatile on the starting line. The lightweight monocoque carbon frame is stiff and responsive for instant acceleration and precise handling. A 100mm-travel Fox 32 fork with a tapered steerer and 15mm thru-axle offers three platforms to instantly fine-tune your suspension, whether you need the firmest setting as you make your way up the fire road or want it fully open as you descend through rocks and roots. 29-inch DT Swiss wheels and Kenda Honey Badger XC Pro tires ferociously eat up any obstacles that get in their way. With SRAM's revolutionary 1 x 12-speed XX1 Eagle drivetrain, you have all the gears you need in a world-beating, unbelievably crisp-shifting package, and the Formula brakes offer smooth modulation and control. A lightweight FSA carbon handlebar and a Selle San Marco Aspide saddle ensure you stay comfortable no matter how long the ride.
Scott Spark RC 900 SL
$9,999.99
Ignite your dreams of podium finishes with the Scott Spark RC 900 SL. The hyper-efficient suspension system is designed for on-course performance and is bolstered by a sub-1800g HMX SL carbon frame paired to 29-inch DT Swiss carbon wheels for maximum rollover capability, putting blazing speed and precision tracking at your calling. Impressive gearing is supplied by the SRAM XX1 Eagle 1 x 12-speed drivetrain, and the FOX 32 SC Float Factory fork and Nude shock provide plush bump absorption so you can continue to hammer when the trail gets choppy. And, thanks to a bar-mounted TwinLoc Lever System, you get simultaneous control of the suspension's travel with just a quick flick of the lever for immediate adaptation to changing trail conditions. SRAM Level Ultimate disc brakes supply ultra-responsive speed control and carbon Syncros components finish off this race-winning build with a touch of professionalism.
Scott Genius 700 Ultimate
$9,799.99
Roots and rocks beware—the Scott Genius 700 Ultimate is ready to rumble. With mid-fat 27.5 x 2.80 Maxxis tires that claw over obstacles with custom-tuned front and rear travel, this capable rig is truly ready for anything. The stellar SRAM XX1 Eagle 12-speed drivetrain makes silky-smooth split-second shifts, while SRAM Guide Ultimate hydraulic brakes have great lever feel and superior stopping power for confident control on sketchy descents. Adding to the Genius' planted feel is a Fox Transfer dropper post, while the height-adjustable bottom bracket lets you dial-in performance for any given trail and true all-mountain versatility.
Scott Scale RC 900 SL
$8,799.99
Having already written itself into the history books, the Scale platform has been revamped, making it faster and fitter than ever. With the lightest frame in the RC series, the SL version comes equipped with a FOX 32 SC Fork, a SRAM XX1 Eagle 1x12 drivetrain, and a host of Syncros carbon components that will make any rider feel like they can go toe to toe with the world’s finest. SRAM Level Ultimate hydraulic disc brakes provide impressive power in a svelte package, and Scott's RideLoc handebar-mounted remote puts instantaneous control of the fork's settings at a flip of the lever.
Scott Spark 900 Ultimate
$8,799.99
Scott’s Spark 900 Ultimate combines efficiency and versatility into the world's most refined singletrack machine at a weight that rivals most hardtails. Fox’s Float fork and Nude EVOL shock throw down 120mm of travel to ensure domination over rough terrain, steep descents, and endless climbs. Whatever the terrain, you have simultaneous control over both front and rear suspension thanks to Scott’s TwinLoc remote. SRAM’s podium-worthy XX1 Eagle drivetrain gives you impeccably reliable shifting, while SRAM Level Ultimate disc brakes ensure a confident, cool stop to the 29-inch DT Swiss carbon wheels wrapped in Maxxis tires. For the rest of the build, Scott includes a 740mm Syncros carbon handlebar and a Fox dropper post for ultimate control.
Litespeed ah:wi (XTR 2X Mechanical)
$8,550.00
Titanium bikes are as much an art as a science. Litespeed's brilliant ah:wi showcases that well. You'll conquer a variety of terrain choices with equal speed and panache thanks to size-specific titanium tubing, and intricate shaping designed to provide the best performance metal can give. Shimano provides the revered XTR groupset for a 2 X 11 experience that will make you weep with trail-chewing joy. XTR Race discs roll on the power smoothly every time, and though the ah:wi gives you the choice between 27.5 or 26-inch wheels, this model comes ready to shred with 27.5-inch XTR rims wrapped in Hutchinson tubeless tires. Cap it off with a enviable array of contact points from Ritchey and you've got an adventurous beast that blends all the best qualities of art and science.
Litespeed Pinhoti SL (Shimano XTR 2 x 11)
$8,150.00
A three hundred-or-so mile stretch of trail is the spirit animal of Litespeed's Pinhoti SL. Built using the same titanium expertise that the Litespeed name is based upon, the Pinhoti features a 142x12mm rear axle for enhanced efficiency, and a tapered steerer for pinpoint steering. Shimano XTR's gold-standard component group provides crisp, unfailing shifting under fire, and XTR's hydraulic brakes let you stop on a dime. 29-inch XTR wheels float up and over obstacles without a second thought, while Hutchinson rubber provides the traction you'll need to conquer harrowing terrain. Cap the package off with a selection of Ritchey contact points and a Selle Italia saddle, and you've got a go-all-day machine that's ready for action!
Litespeed ah:wi (SRAM XX1)
$8,000.00
Think of ah:wi as a more functional, more metallic Bambi. Named for the Cherokee word for "deer," this bike loves the winding trails between the trees. Thanks to size-specific titanium tubing, the ah:wi has a lower weight, increased stiffness, and handles like a dream. SRAM supplies their acclaimed XX1 1x11 mechanical drivetrain to give you the power to handle loose ascents and tricky downhills, and SRAM Guide RS hydraulic discs have the modulation and stopping power to bring the Stan's tubeless wheels to a swift halt. Ritchey's WCS seatpost and handlebars are lightweight and add stiffness to your rig, while Selle Italia's Italia SLS Carbonio saddle provides sleek support for miles and miles.
Bianchi Methanol 9.2 CV
$7,999.99
Bianchi's Methanol 9.2 CV is volatile on the starting line. The lightweight monocoque carbon frame is stiff and responsive for instant acceleration and precise handling. A 100mm-travel Fox 32 fork with a tapered steerer and 15mm thru-axle offers three platforms to instantly fine-tune your suspension, whether you need the firmest setting as you make your way up the fire road or want it fully open as you descend through rocks and roots. 29-inch DT Swiss wheels and Kenda Honey Badger XC Pro tires ferociously eat up any obstacles that get in their way. With Shimano's 1 x 11-speed XTR drivetrain, you have all the gears you need in an unbelievably crisp-shifting package, and the Formula brakes offer smooth modulation and control. A lightweight FSA carbon handlebar and a Selle San Marco Aspide saddle ensure you stay comfortable no matter how long the ride.
Litespeed Pinhoti SL (Shimano XTR 1 x 11)
$7,900.00
Just as rugged as the 300-mile trail it's named after, Litespeed's Pinhoti SL hardtail has an appetite for XC domination. Years of titanium experience guide the crafting of the Pinhoti SL's titanium tubeset to create a luxurious, responsive ride. The bike features a 142x12mm rear axle for enhanced efficiency, and a tapered steerer for pinpoint steering. Shimano's class-defining XTR 1 x 11 components provide the snappy shifting performance they're known for, and XT disc brakes let you stop on a dime. XTR wheels have no problem rolling up and over obstacles, and Hutchinson Python tires supply tactile grip, durability, and control. Discover your sense of adventure with the Pinhoti SL!
Scott Spark 700 Ultimate
$7,599.99
The all new Spark 700 Ultimate pairs a high end Carbon HMX frame with Scott's TwinLoc Suspension System for all-around trail prowess. Add to that a SRAM Eagle 1x12 drivetrain, Guide brakes, and 2.8-inch Maxxis tires and you've got a trail-ready, endorphin-producing machine. Boost hub spacing complements the wider tire footprint, creating more stability for charging through rocky turns and technical roots, and the Fox 34 Float Factory fork and Nude EVOL shock combine to pave the path to singletrack domination.
Scott Spark 900 Premium
$7,599.99
Dominate XC trails with finesse on Scott’s nimble, light, and stiff Scott Spark 900 Premium. With a weight that rivals most hardtails, the super-responsive HMX carbon frame jumps from the line when you mash the pedals. Up, down, or across, dialing in the perfect amount of the 120mm of travel on the Kashima-coated Fox fork and Nude shock only takes the flip of a switch with Scott’s TwinLoc remote. The rest of the build lives up to the Premium name with the precision shifting of Shimano’s electronic XT Di2 group and the ultra-responsive speed control supplied by Shimano XT disc brakes. DT Swiss X1825 wheels wrapped in tacky Maxxis tires maintain your momentum and slice the corners, and Syncros carbon components and a Fox Transfer dropper post ensure you're ready to ride from the start.
Litespeed Pinhoti SL (XX1)
$7,500.00
Litespeed's Pinhoti SL takes it name from a 300-mile long trail between Georgia and Alabama. Built using the same titanium expertise that the Litespeed name is based upon, the Pinhoti SL features a 142x12mm rear axle for enhanced efficiency, and a tapered steerer for pinpoint steering. SRAM's XX1 gold-standard component group provides crisp, unfailing shifting under fire, and Guide RS disc brakes let you stop on a dime. Stan's Arch EX wheels hop up and over obstacles without a second thought, while Hutchinson rubber provides the traction you'll need to conquer harrowing terrain. Cap the package off with a selection of Ritchey contact points and a Selle Italia saddle, and you've got a go-all-day machine ready for action!
Scott Genius 900 Tuned
$7,499.99
Roots and rocks beware—the Scott Genius 900 Tuned is ready to rumble. With 29 x 2.6 Maxxis tires that claw over obstacles with custom-tuned front and rear travel, this capable rig is truly ready for anything. The stellar SRAM X01 Eagle 12-speed drivetrain makes silky-smooth split-second shifts, while SRAM Guide RSC hydraulic brakes have great lever feel and superior stopping power for confident control on sketchy descents. Adding to the Genius' planted feel is a Fox Transfer dropper post, while the height-adjustable bottom bracket lets you dial-in performance for any given trail and true all-mountain versatility.
Scott Genius 700 Tuned
$7,399.99
Roots and rocks beware—the Scott Genius 700 Tuned is ready to rumble. With mid-fat 27.5 x 2.80 Maxxis tires that claw over obstacles with custom-tuned front and rear travel, this capable rig is truly ready for anything. The stellar SRAM X01 Eagle 12-speed drivetrain makes silky-smooth split-second shifts, while SRAM Guide RSC hydraulic brakes have great lever feel and superior stopping power for confident control on sketchy descents. Adding to the Genius' planted feel is a Fox Transfer dropper post, while the height-adjustable bottom bracket lets you dial-in performance for any given trail and true all-mountain versatility.
Scott Genius 700 Premium
$7,199.00 $7,999.99 10% Savings
Premium is an apt name for Scott's all-mountain Genius 700. The insanely-light HMX carbon frame gives you a super-responsive platform that devours every part of the trail. For the descents, its tapered head tube and rear through axle work in concert with Fox’s 34 Float Factory fork and Nude shock for 150mm of suspension with razor-like precision. Dialing in the perfect setup is effortless with Scott’s TwinLoc remote, allowing you to quickly adjust between Lockout, Traction (100mm), and Descend (150mm) modes for optimal shredding. The insane spec continues with Syncros' sturdy yet lightweight 27.5-inch TR1.5 tubeless wheels, Shimano’s legendary XTR drivetrain, and XTR discs for maximum control. Rounding out this incredible ride is a FOX Transfer dropper seatpost and plenty of awesome carbon goodies from Syncros.
Scott Gambler 710
$6,799.99
The Scott Gambler 710 is a no-compromises DH weapon built to crush the biggest, fastest lines around. Whether you're lapping shuttle runs with your pals or racing against the clock on the World Cup circuit, Gambler goes all in with a Fox 40 RC2 Factory Kashima fork, Fox DH X2Coil Kashima shock, and a potent mix of frame tech that allows you to dial-in that perfect ride. A Shimano drivetrain gives you the gearing needed to hammer through flats, and 4-piston Saint hydraulic disc brakes offer incredible stopping power so you can maintain the flow through steep, technical descents. The spec'd DT Swiss rims wrapped in Schwalbe 27.5 x 2.35 Magic Mary DH tires carve through loose dirt with tractor-like stability, and Scott's clever BB height, head angle, and chainstay length adjustment systems let you to tailor your wheel size and wheelbase to specific trails for utmost control in every situation. The pot gets sweeter with gravity-proven cockpit components from Syncros and an E.thirteen LG1+ chainguide so you can drop-in with confidence every time out.
Scott Gambler 710
$6,659.00 $7,399.99 10% Savings
The Scott Gambler 710 is a no-compromises DH weapon built to crush the biggest, fastest lines around. Whether you're lapping shuttle runs with your pals or racing against the clock on the World Cup circuit, Gambler goes all in with a Fox 40 RC2 Factory Kashima fork, Fox Float X2 Air Kashima shock, and a potent mix of frame tech that allows you to dial-in that perfect ride. A Shimano Saint drivetrain gives you the gearing needed to hammer through flats, and 4-piston Saint hydraulic disc brakes offer incredible stopping power so you can maintain the flow through steep, technical descents. The spec'd Syncros 1.5 DH rims wrapped in Schwalbe 27.5 x 2.35 Magic Mary DH tires carve through loose dirt with tractor-like stability, and Scott's clever BB height, head angle, and chainstay length adjustment systems let you to tailor your wheel size and wheelbase to specific trails for utmost control in every situation. The pot gets sweeter with gravity-proven cockpit components from Syncros and an E.thirteen LG1+ chainguide so you can drop-in with confidence every time out.
Fuji SLM 29 1.1
$6,519.00
When your goal is to land on the podium, Fuji's SLM 29 will take you there. Constructed of featherweight C15 carbon with oversize tubing for precise steering control and high-speed stability, the SLM achieves an uncompromising balance of speed and capability. The longer top tube and short head tube create a platform that's powerful and stable, while the short chainstays and overall shortened wheelbase increase quickness on twisty trails. Front-end shock absorption is provided by the proven RockShox SID WC29 fork with Boost spacing and carbon steerer for confident tracking performance when you need it most, and features a remote lockout for on-the-fly adjustment to keep you moving quickly over varying terrain. Power reaches the dirt through the solid-performing DT Swiss XR1501 tubeless-ready wheelset combined with lightweight Schwalbe Rocket Ron 2.1-inch tires. Topping it all is SRAM's Eagle 12-speed drivetrain and Level Ultimate hydraulic disc brakes for unbeatable performance during high-stakes competition.
Scott Spark 700 Tuned
$6,399.99
The Spark 700 Tuned is the pinnacle of what we love in a 130mm trail bike. Thanks to TwinLoc Suspension System, this bike is a good-times machine. A SRAM XX1 1x12 drivetrain, Guide brakes, and a dropper post are wrapped into this Tuned package for total confidence on the trail. The Fox 34 Float Factory fork and Nude EVOL shock dampen big hits and smooth trail chatter with capable satisfaction, creating extra traction when you need it, and Boost hub spacing paired with wide rims and dirt-clawing 27.5 x 2.8-inch Maxxis tires means you can charge into off-camber root sections and gnarly rock gardens without hesitation.
Scott Spark RC 900 World Cup
$6,199.99
Ignite your dreams of podium finishes with the Scott Spark RC 900 World Cup. The hyper-efficient suspension system is designed for on-course performance and is bolstered by a lightweight carbon frame paired to 29-inch DT Swiss wheels for maximum rollover capability, putting blazing speed and precision tracking at your calling. Impressive gearing is supplied by the SRAM XX1-X01 Eagle 12-speed drivetrain, and the RockShox SID RLC fork and Fox Nude shock provide plush bump absorption so you can continue to hammer when the trail gets choppy. And, thanks to a bar-mounted TwinLoc Lever System, you get simultaneous control of the suspension's travel with just a quick flick of the lever for immediate adaptation to changing trail conditions. SRAM Level TLM disc brakes supply ultra-responsive speed control and Syncros carbon components finish off this race-winning build with a touch of professionalism to complement your eager intention.
Litespeed Pinhoti SL (Shimano XT 2 x 11)
$6,000.00
Litespeed's Pinhoti hardtail has an appetite for XC domination, and the spirit of the Georgian/Alabaman trail from which it borrows its name. The Pinhoti SL features a specifically-designed titanium tubeset, a 142x12mm rear axle for enhanced efficiency, and a tapered steerer for pinpoint steering. Shimano's benchmark XT 2 x 11 components provide the snappy shifting performance that they're known for, and XT disc brakes let you stop on a dime. You'll feel the quick acceleration of XT wheels, paired with grippy traction from Hutchinson tires. Top that with a selection of Ritchey components, and you've got a rugged, all-terrain ready mountain beast that loves days packed with riding.
Jamis Dakota Team
$5,999.00
Did your heart just skip a beat? Jamis’ Dakota Team gets that reaction all the time. A full carbon, Dyad Supreme-layup frame ensures maximal strength to weight, while a tapered head tube and shape-optimized tubing ensure compliant steering and optimal pedaling efficiency. Front and rear thru-axles, plus the 100mm SID fork keeps you on track through rough sections. Stan’s tubeless-ready 29er wheels roll with assured swiftness and grippy Vittoria Peyote knobbies. SRAM supplies the crisp precision of their XX1 drivetrain for snappy, light, 1x11-speed shifting under pressure. SRAM also supplies the stopping power with their XX discs, which confidently control your every move. Ritchey tops things off with their carbon bars, carbon seatpost, and rigid aluminum stem.
Jamis Dakota Team
$5,999.00
The Dakota series is the hardtail standard for high-speed racing or long, epic days on the trail. We’ve taken our years of experience manufacturing carbon fiber Dakar XCR dual suspension frames and Xenith road racing frames and applied it to the big-wheeled world of 29’ers.
Jamis Nemesis Team
$5,999.00
Jamis' ferociously fast Nemesis Team has what it takes to reach the top of the XC podium. Its light, stiff, high-modulus carbon frame, tapered head tube, and stiff thru-axle give you a lightning-quick ride with confident handling. Leading the charge, RockShox's SID comes with a handlebar-mounted lockout to help you power over the flats and then open it up through rough terrain with 100mm of travel. Stan's ZTR 27.5-inch wheels have the roll-over-it-all ability of bigger wheels, while remaining agile in the corners. SRAM's 1x11-speed XX1 drivetrain delivers quick shifting when it counts, while XX discs keep you in complete control. On top of all that, Ritchey carbon components keep the weight down so you rocket up the climbs and up the ranks.
Jamis Nemesis Team
$5,999.00
Want a bike more capable than you are? This is the one. Nemesis is the perfect XC race weapon or 12-hour marathon bike. The 27.5” wheel size is not a compromise between 26” or 29”: it’s the best of both worlds. It rails singletrack, sticks to the trail on descents and climbs, excels on hardpack and in loose stuff, oats over trail chatter, you name it. It’s the bike you never knew you always wanted.
Jamis XCT Team
$5,999.00
This is the platform that teed it up and kicked it off way back in 2009. After all the nay-saying and “it’s not really exactly between 26 and 29”, the world now clearly embraces the 27.5” wheel. And there’s no better place to start the group hug than on the rig that believed from the beginning and now has over 8 years of development and real-world riding and refinement to ensure it IS Best in Class. The Dakar XCT Team provides riders with the ability to discover new possibilities and confidence on advanced singletrack. These bikes supply the perfect combination of efficiency, plush suspension and gearing for conquering rocks and steep climbs. The Team model ships with a snappy 1x11 Shimano XT drivetrain, Stan's NoTubes Arch wheels, powerful Shimano XT brakes, and a KS Lev dropper post.
Litespeed Pinhoti SL (Shimano XT 1 x 11)
$5,900.00
A 335-mile long trail of longleaf pines and blue paint markers is the perfect namesake for Litespeed's Pinhoti SL. Crafted from Litespeed's cold-forged titanium, the Pinhoti features compatibility with different wheel sizes, as well as singlespeed capability by adjusting the eccentric bottom bracket. Shimano's 1x11 XT drivetrain features the gears to crush endless climbs and cruise the flats while powerful Shimano XT brakes stop the smooth XT wheels on a dime, no matter the terrain. And Litespeed checked all the boxes with their choice of parts spec, decking out the Pinhoti with Ritchey WCS components throughout, as well as a Selle Italia saddle.
Fuji SLM 29 1.3
$5,849.00
When your goal is the top of the podium, Fuji's SLM 29 will take you there. Constructed of featherweight C15 carbon with oversize tubing for precise steering control and high-speed stability, the SLM achieves an uncompromising balance of speed and capability. The longer top tube and short head tube create a platform that's powerful and stable, while the short chainstays and overall shortened wheelbase increase quickness on twisty trails. Front-end shock absorption is provided by the plush Fox 32 Float 29 Factory SC Fit 4 fork with Boost spacing for confident tracking performance when you need it most, and features a remote lockout for on-the-fly adjustment to keep you moving quickly over varying terrain. Power reaches the dirt through the solid-performing DT Swiss X1700 Spline Two tubeless-ready wheelset combined with lightweight Schwalbe Racing Ralph Evolution 2.25-inch tires. Topping it all is Shimano's Deore XT Di2 11-speed drivetrain and Deore XT hydraulic disc brakes for precise electronic shifting performance and confident stopping power during high-stakes competition.
Scott Contessa Spark RC 700
$5,849.00 $6,499.99 10% Savings
With an impeccable balance of low weight, dialed, nimble handling, and confident, stable steering, Scott's Contessa Spark 700 RC is ready for marathons, cross-country racing, and epic weekends with your crew. The IMP carbon frame accelerates instantly, its short chainstays and Boost rear end keep it quick and responsive, and the 68.5-degree head angle ensure confidence and stability at speed. A 120mm-travel Fox fork tears through chunder and steers with precision. The Fox Nude shock takes big hits and small, and both the fork and rear shock can be controlled with a flick of your finger across Scott's Twinlock handlebar-mounted remote. For the ever-changing trail, spry 27.5-inch Syncros XR wheels carry your momentum and deftly navigate rock gardens, while fast-rolling Schwalbe tires grip the trail for excellent control. A 1 x 11-speed SRAM X0/X1 drivetrain is paired with Shimano XTR brakes for slick shifting and powerful stopping. 700mm-wide bars give you just the right amount of leverage and the Syncros Women's saddle ensures comfortable support no matter how long the ride.
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