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Scott Gambler 710
$6,799.99
The SCOTT Gambler 710 is a no-compromises DH weapon. This is the rig that SCOTT-Velosolutions riders Brendan Fairclough and Gaetan Vige rely on daily. With 27.5-inch wheels, a custom race tuned Kashima Coated FOX Suspension and World Cup podium-proven components, this bike was built for speed. Equipped with a low, slack geometry and a tweaked leverage ratio, the Gambler 710 will be able to handle everything in front of you. Following SCOTT's belief that for every track there is a correct tool, this bike was designed to be compatible with 26-inch wheels as well. The frame uses super strong 6061 hydroformed, custom-butted aluminum and is one of the most adjustable downhill frames on the market. The headset is tuneable in 1- or 2-deg increments, with a range from 61- to 65-deg, so the ideal setup can be found for any racer on any track. The bottom bracket height is adjustable by 10mm to accommodate for rider preference as well as wheel size. There are two chainstay length settings – the longer, 440mm setup is ideal for high-speed tracks or for riders who like a planted rear end, while the shorter, 425mm setup gives the bike a lively feel and works better on tighter tracks. A keyed interface of the rear axle and dropouts prevents the rear ends of the bike coming loose after long days at the bike park and eliminates the need for pinch bolts on the rear axle. Additionally, the stiffer feeling rear end provides better and more consistent cornering traction over traditional axle designs. A FOX 40 RC2 Factory fork with Kashima coating and 203mm of travel soaks up the roughest the trail can throw at you while you're charging downhill. Integrated fork bumpers protect the frame and cables from the fork in the event of a crash. The FOX X2 coil Kashima coated rear shock is customed tuned and offers independent high/low compression and rebound adjustment. Top-of-the-line drivetrain components come in the form of SRAM X01 shifter and rear derailleur, with a downhill-specific Mini Block 11-25 cassette. A Race Face Atlas crankset and E.thirteen chainguard keep the chain from dropping on even the most brutal sections of the course. Syncros Revelstoke DH1.5 wheels feature a wide, tubeless ready rim that's a perfect match for the Schwalbe Magic Mary tires.
Scott Spark 710
$4,800.00
Scott’s Spark 710 is fast and smooth thanks to a stiff, lightweight HMF carbon frame and 27.5-inch wheels. Its tapered head tube and 142x12mm rear axle boost control and stiffness, allowing you to carve turns with pinpoint precision. Rally through rough terrain or lock out the front and rear Fox suspension on the smooth stuff with Scott’s TwinLoc remote, which allows simultaneous, on-the-fly control of the 120mm travel at the flip of a switch. For the ever-changing trail, spry Syncros XR 2.0 wheels carry your momentum, while tacky Schwalbe tires grip the trail for excellent control. And, the 22-speed Shimano XT group spec’d on this rig ensures your braking is just as smooth as the dialed, crisp shifts.
Scott Gambler 720
$4,399.99
The SCOTT Gambler 720 is a no-compromises DH weapon. This is the rig that SCOTT-Velosolutions riders Brendan Fairclough and Gaetan Vige rely on daily. With 27.5-inch wheels, a custom race tuned Kashima Coated FOX Suspension and World Cup podium-proven components, this bike was built for speed. Equipped with a low, slack geometry and a tweaked leverage ratio, the Gambler 720 will be able to handle everything in front of you. Following SCOTT's belief that for every track there is a correct tool, this bike was designed to be compatible with 26-inch wheels as well. The frame uses super strong 6061 hydroformed, custom-butted aluminum and is one of the most adjustable downhill frames on the market. The headset is tuneable in 1- or 2-deg increments, with a range from 61- to 65-deg, so the ideal setup can be found for any racer on any track. The bottom bracket height is adjustable by 10mm to accommodate for rider preference as well as wheel size. There are two chainstay length settings – the longer, 440mm setup is ideal for high-speed tracks or for riders who like a planted rear end, while the shorter, 425mm setup gives the bike a lively feel and works better on tighter tracks. A keyed interface of the rear axle and dropouts prevents the rear ends of the bike coming loose after long days at the bike park and eliminates the need for pinch bolts on the rear axle. Additionally, the stiffer feeling rear end provides better and more consistent cornering traction over traditional axle designs. With a dual-crown Fox FIT4 Performance Elite fork providing 203mm of suspension, the Gambler 720 is ready for some serious gravity riding. A custom tuned Fox VAN RC Coil rear shock provides low compression/rebound adjustment and perfectly harmonizes with the Floating Link rear pivot design. SRAM GX drivetrain components provide downhill-specific functionality, including a Mini Block 11-25 cassette. Quad-piston brake calipers clamp down hard on the 200mm rotors for incredible stopping power. The Truvativ Descendant crankset is strong enough for the occasional rock bash and prevents chain drops with the help of an e.Thirteen ISCG-mounted LG1 chainguide. Syncros MD30 hoops offer a wide, tubeless-ready rim that's an ideal footprint for wider downhill tires, and the Schwalbe Downhill Magic Mary tires offer extra grip for downhill shredding with their Addix Soft compound.
Fuji Auric 27.5 1.1
$3,999.99
Technical trails have found their match in the all-new Auric. It features totally redesigned progressive geometry, and its lightweight frame and 27.5-inch wheels slay singletrack. The 1x drivetrains make shifting simple and easy so you can focus on the dirt, not your gears. With its modern trail geo, dropper seat post, and exceptional durability, the Auric is the perfect bike for your trail adventure. - A6-SL super-butted alloy frame is lightweight and strong - 130mm of MLink rear suspension and a 140mm travel fork provide the platform for a superior climbing and descending mountain bike - Boost 148x12 rear and Boost 110x15 front hub spacing stiffens the chassis - Internal cable routing provides clean aesthetics and protects cables from dirt and debris for consistent shifting and reduced service intervals - KS dropper seatposts on all models - 27.5" wheels keep the wheelbase in check while providing good roll over capability on rough trails
Haro FLC 27.5 Pro
$3,799.99
Take your XC tenacity up a notch on Haro’s Flightline Carbon 27.5 Pro and leave more than your personal records in the dust. You know it’s ready to rip, because it’s a Haro, and this one boasts a lightweight and very raceable carbon backbone to feed your need for blinding speed. Handily master trails with easy-rolling, highly maneuverable 27.5-inch SRAM Roam wheels and supple Kenda Honey Badger tires, while a RockShox Reba fork reads the trail to keep your front end nailed to the trail. Thru-axles front and rear team up with a BB92 bottom bracket and a super stiff rear triangle to directly translate your every twitch into raw, dirt carving power. That power is handled smartly with a streamlined, flyweight SRAM XO1 11-speed drivetrain, and premium Ritchey components outfit your touch points for solid control and second-nature feel. And, when this speed-thirsty rig has you pushing the velocity envelope, rely on ruthless SRAM Guide RS hydraulic disc brakes to slow things down, as if the thought even crossed your mind.
Scott Gambler 730
$3,699.99
The SCOTT Gambler 730 is a no-compromises DH weapon. This is the rig that SCOTT-Velosolutions riders Brendan Fairclough and Gaetan Vige rely on daily. With 27.5-inch wheels, a custom race tuned Kashima Coated FOX Suspension and World Cup podium-proven components, this bike was built for speed. Equipped with a low, slack geometry and a tweaked leverage ratio, the Gambler 730 will be able to handle everything in front of you. Following SCOTT's belief that for every track there is a correct tool, this bike was designed to be compatible with 26-inch wheels as well. The frame uses super strong 6061 hydroformed, custom-butted aluminum and is one of the most adjustable downhill frames on the market. The headset is tuneable in 1- or 2-deg increments, with a range from 61- to 65-deg, so the ideal setup can be found for any racer on any track. The bottom bracket height is adjustable by 10mm to accommodate for rider preference as well as wheel size. There are two chainstay length settings—the longer, 440mm setup is ideal for high-speed tracks or for riders who like a planted rear end, while the shorter, 425mm setup gives the bike a lively feel and works better on tighter tracks. A keyed interface of the rear axle and dropouts prevents the rear ends of the bike coming loose after long days at the bike park and eliminates the need for pinch bolts on the rear axle. Additionally, the stiffer feeling rear end provides better and more consistent cornering traction over traditional axle designs. The Gambler 730 features an X-Fusion suspension package that offers a whole new level of gravity-induced fun. The RV1 fork provides 200mm of travel with Hi-Lo Compression/Rebound adjustment, while the custom-tuned Vector R coil rear shock is extra plush for big hits. The SRAM 8-speed X4 shifter and X5 rear derailleur offer plenty of pedaling versatility, and the Shimano quad-piston calipers with 203mm rotors help slow your roll in a hurry when necessary. A durable and stiff Race Face Chester crankset utilizes an e.Thirteen LG-1 chainguide to prevent chain drops. 800mm wide Syncros DH1.5 handlebars are clamped to a direct-mount stem with a 35mm clamping section for increased stiffness and control. Syncros MD30 wheels laced to Formula hubs make for strong hoops, ready to rail through rock gardens. And for extra downhill traction, the Schwalbe Downhill Magic Mary tires with Addix Soft compound do the trick.
Scott Spark Pro 700
$3,699.99
The Spark Pro 700 is an ideal step up in quality and performance for aspiring up-and-comers who want to compete with the best. A lightweight carbon frame that offers 120mm of travel through a Fox NUDE EVOL shock, a matching 120mm Fox 32 Rhythm fork, and a Syncros wheelset provide a sound foundation for capable riding anywhere on the mountain. The Maxxis tires grip tenaciously while you put the power to the Spark’s SRAM NX Eagle 12-speed drivetrain, certain to provide the gear range to get you far enough up the trail to be happy you have a pair of hardy Shimano SLX disc brakes to control your descent. And, with lightweight Syncros components connecting you to the bike, you’ll look forward to the technical climbs and rock-strewn off-cambers, setting your dropper post so you’re perfectly positioned for it all.
Fuji Auric 27.5 1.3
$3,399.99
Technical trails have found their match in the all-new Auric. It features totally redesigned progressive geometry, and its lightweight frame and 27.5-inch wheels slay singletrack. The 1x drivetrains make shifting simple and easy so you can focus on the dirt, not your gears. With it's modern trail geo, dropper seat post, and exceptional durability, the Auric is the perfect bike for your trail adventure. - A6-SL super-butted alloy frame is lightweight and strong - 130mm rear and 140mm front Fox FLOAT suspension provides the platform for a superior climbing and descending mountain bike - Race Face Aeffect cranks and ShimanoXT/SLX 11-speed drivetrain - WTB i29 rims paired to DT Swiss 370 hubs - Boost 148x12 rear and Boost 110x15 front hub spacing stiffens the chassis - Internal cable routing provides clean aesthetics and protects cables from dirt and debris for consistent shifting and reduced service intervals - KS dropper seatposts on all models - 27.5" wheels keep the wheelbase in check while providing good roll over capability on rough trails
Haro Shift R9 Plus
$2,988.99
The Shift Plus models know no boundaries. Built out of proprietary X6 alloy tubing and a Four-bar linkage frame with Plus geometry, the 2019 Shift R9 Plus is the ultimate go-anywhere-do-anything trail suspension bike. It features 130mm of rear travel and 140mm of front suspension with a 2019 Rockshox Revelation Boost fork. Add to the list WTB i35 wide rims paired with Kenda Havoc 27.5 x 2.6-inch tires, you'll have so much suspension and control, you'll barely know the bumps were ever there. The Shift Plus Four-Bar linkage frame design with its central linkage and chainstay pivots offers a smooth trail/pedaling platform, which optimizes shock performance and keep the suspension active when needed. The Manic dropper post and its new remote lever add convenience while Shimano SLX hydraulic disc brakes stop this beast on a dime. The Shimano XT rear derailleur and cassette are paired with a lightweight 1x Praxis Cadet M30 crankset featuring a 30T chainring for maximum climbing efficiency.
Scott Scale 730
$2,700.00
Scott's Scale 730 is a fast, light ride that’s quick on the climbs and descents. The HMF carbon frame and tapered head tube maximize stiffness and steering control. With its Scott’s Shock Damping System and IDS SL dropouts housing a stiff rear thru axle, you get efficient power transfer while maintaining a smooth, controlled ride. Up front, Fox supplies a 100mm-travel 32 Float Performance fork to mitigate rough terrain. Plus, Scott’s handlebar-mounted RideLoc remote control system allows instant trail acclimation with three suspension settings. Everywhere you roll, 27.5-inch Syncros wheels encased in Schwalbe tires stick to the trail like glue. Shimano's SLX/XT drivetrain delivers crisp, snappy shifting, while Shimano SLX brakes provide confident control in all conditions. Plus, Syncros supplies a lightweight saddle, seatpost, stem, and bar for a comfortable ride, no matter how long you're out on the trail.
Haro Double Peak I/O
$2,699.99
The new 2019 Double Peak I/O sports distinctively smooth and flowy lines designed to lower standover height and center of gravity. Its updated frame features a new downtube, motor-mount, integrated battery shrouds and seat tube for outstanding style, handling, and performance. It comes complete with a Deore 10-speed 1X drivetrain and Shimano's all new STePS E-6100 compact mid-motor drive group, programmed for on-road and light off-road trail use. The Double Peak I/O is an excellent introductory model for budget-conscious riders who want a quality model for their first E-MTB experience.
Scott Spark 700
$2,699.99
The Spark 700 is an ideal balance of quality, value, and performance for aspiring up-and-comers. A lightweight, durable frame that offers 120mm of travel through a Fox EVOL shock, a matching 120mm Fox 32 Rhythm fork, and a Syncros wheelset provide a sound foundation for capable riding anywhere on the mountain. The Maxxis tires grip tenaciously while you put the power to the Spark’s SRAM NX Eagle 12-speed drivetrain, certain to provide the gear range to get you far enough up the trail to be happy you have a pair of hardy Shimano hydraulic disc brakes to control your descent. And, with lightweight Syncros components connecting you to the bike, you’ll look forward to the technical climbs and rock-strewn off-cambers, carving it all like Thanksgiving turkey.
Haro Shift R7 LT
$2,599.99
One of Haro's most popular full suspension bikes comes in a 140mm longer travel version. The Shift R7 LT frame features new X6 alloy tubing, an internal head tube and Haro's Four-Bar linkage suspension design. It offers a progressive rear spring curve with its central linkage and chainstay pivots to optimize shock performance and isolate the rear shock from braking forces while keeping the suspension active. The R7 LT uses Rockshox's new Sektor RL Boost suspension fork with 150mm of travel and a Shimano SLX 1x11 drive train fitted with a FSA V-Drive Boost crankset and a 32t alloy chainring for easy climbing. The R7 LT features U28-TL tubeless compatible rims equipped with the new Kenda HellKat and HellDiver 27.5 x 2.4-inch tires for more aggressive riding and a new X-Fusion Manic dropper post for on-the-fly seat height adjustments.
Haro FLC 27.5 Comp
$2,179.99
Take your XC tenacity up a notch on Haro’s Flightline Carbon 27.5 Comp. You know it’s ready to rip, because it’s a Haro, and this one boasts a lightweight and very raceable carbon backbone to feed your need for blinding speed. You will handily master trails with easy-rolling yet highly maneuverable 27.5-inch wheels and Kenda tires while a RockShox Recon fork soaks up the rough stuff to keep your front end nailed to your chosen track. Thru-axles front and rear team up with a BB92 bottom bracket and a super-stiff rear triangle to directly translate your every twitch into raw, dirt-carving power. That power is handled smartly by a 1x11-speed extended-range Shimano SLX drivetrain, while rigorously designed Ritchey components outfit your touch points for solid control and second-nature feel. And, when this speed-hungry rig has you pushing the velocity envelope, rely on Shimano hydraulic disc brakes to slow things down.
Fuji Reveal 27.5 1.1
$2,099.99
The Fuji Reveal is a capable trail bike ready to conquer some singletrack. 27.5" wheels and 120mm of travel through the new A4 rear suspension soak up rough trails and keep the bike balanced when the tires leave the dirt. The new design adds torsional stiffness to the frame, which helps put power to every pedal stroke and fun into every ride. - Lightweight A2-SL aluminum frame - Active four-bar A4 rear suspension is lightweight, easy to set up and requires minimal maintenance - 120mm-travel RockShox Judy fork and Deluxe rear shock - Proven Shimano Deore 1x10-speed drivetrain components - Hydraulic disc brakes provide reliable stopping power in all conditions - Dropper seatpost compatible - Internal cable routing
Jamis Dakar A1
$2,099.00
Full suspension opens up a whole new world of speed and control off-road. Modernized with 27.5” wheels and tires, the Dakar A2 uses the frame platform that’s won Jamis numerous industry accolades and Bike of the Year awards. Dakars are perfect rigs for the experienced rider who is looking to upgrade to his or her first dual suspension or for new riders looking for a head start in performance. The Dakar A1’s RockShox Recon fork serves you 120mm of travel in a lightweight air-sprung design with lockout for efficient climbing. That’s complemented by a RockShox Monarch RL DebonAir shock in the rear that makes short work of rough trails and rocky descents. The WTB rims and Vittoria tires carve up the singletrack and thru-axles keep your handling on rails. Fear no trail, no matter how steep with Dakar’s Shimano SLX 1x11 drivetrain and Race Face crank, using a wide range cassette for great climbing and blazing downhills, during which you’ll be happy you have a pair of Shimano hydraulic disc brakes to keep that speed in check. Race Face and WTB outfit Dakar’s touch points for reliable control everywhere you ride, and the KS dropper post puts you in just the right position, whether you’re crawling up to the eagle’s nest or tearing down the chutes.
Evo Fire Ridge
$1,999.99
Hitting the trails, conquering climbs, and leaving a little left in your tank is what the Fire Ridge is all about. With a capable 350W Promovec rear hub motor, 27.5-inch wheels, and an integrated downtube smart battery, it has just the right amount of power to keep the fun alive. It's complemented with an SR suspension fork and wide-range Shimano Acera 2 gearing. - Promovec 350W rear hub drive system - Downtube-integrated 7.8Ah smart battery - Shimano Acera M3000 18-speed shifting - Shimano M315 hydraulic disc brakes - SR Suntour 27.5" XCM fork
Haro Shift R5 LT
$1,999.99
The Shift R5 LT is a longer travel version of Haro's four-bar linkage design with 140mm of all-mountain suspension. It features an X6-series alloy frame with an internal tapered head tube. The rear suspension platform offers a progressive spring curve with its central linkage and chainstay pivots to optimize shock performance and isolate the rear shock from braking forces while keeping the suspension active. The R5 LT uses RockShox's new Recon RL Boost suspension fork with 150mm of travel, a Deore drive train fitted with an FSA Comet Boost crankset and a 30t chainring for easy climbing. The Shift R5 LT uses U28 TL tubeless compatible double wall rims paired with the new Kenda 27.5 x 2.4-inch HellKat & HellDiver tires for more aggressive riding, and features a new X-Fusion Manic internal dropper post for quick adjustments on the fly.
Scott Scale Pro 700
$1,999.99
Smaller riders' needs are often overlooked in high-end product offerings. Not so with Scott’s Scale 700 Pro. This scaled-down race bike starts with a carbon HMF frame and soaks up trail chatter with a 100mm RockShox Judy Gold TK fork. It shifts you through a very wide range of mountain-savvy gearing thanks to SRAM’s NX Eagle 12-speed drivetrain and keeps that speed under control with Shimano hydraulic brakes that back down from no downhill. It rolls on 27.5-inch Syncros rims and Maxxis tires, connecting you to the trail with superior grip and fast rolling tread. And, you’re connected to the bike just as well, because Syncros knows a thing or two about touch points, and outfits the Scale 700 Pro nicely.
Scott Spark 600
$1,999.99
SCOTT’s Spark 600 packs solid trail bike spec into a machine built for smaller riders. With its lightweight alloy frame, 1x11-speed SRAM NX drivetrain, and Shimano hydraulic disc brakes, it gives younger riders a big leg up and small riders access to a size-smart bike with high-quality components. X-Fusion meets the suspension needs with ease, offering 120mm of travel for capable handling and a lot of fun in a wide variety of terrain. Its Maxxis Ardent tires have low rolling resistance while offering a ton of grip, and Syncros handlebar, grips, stem, saddle, and seatpost take a unified approach to comfort and control.
Surly Bridge Club
$1,200.00 - $1,936.00
When your bike touring route takes you over the river and through the woods with a quick jaunt through town for supplies, you can't beat the versatility and smooth riding characteristics of Surly's new Bridge Club. First off, it's a Surly so you know the 'Natch chromoly steel frame and fork are built to handle your entire kit and caboodle, and thanks to the typical overabundance of rack and cage provisions you can mount your gear via traditional racks and panniers, go full bikepacking-style, or mix-up your favorite combo of the two. The Bridge Club rolls on plump 27.5 x 2.4-inch WTB Riddler tires for a blend of low rolling resistance on smooth pavement and confident handling on forest trails. You can also run up to a 2.8-inch wide tire for more flotation, or swap-in a 700c wheel and tire combo if your route includes a lot of on-road riding. A dependable 2x10 drivetrain ensures you'll never run out of gears as you make the push up long climbs, and mechanical disc brakes offer worry-free performance to keep you safe no matter what the weather brings. And, thanks to fully housed cabling and front and rear fender mounts, you can splash through soggy days with a smile. A comfortable Salsa Bend flat bar and WTB Volt saddle complete this relaxed all-terrain tourer.
Jamis Dakar A2
$1,649.00
Full suspension opens up a whole new world of speed and control off-road. Modernized with 27.5” wheels and tires, the Dakar A2 uses the frame platform that’s won Jamis numerous industry accolades and Bike of the Year awards. Dakars are perfect rigs for the experienced rider who is looking to upgrade to his or her first dual suspension or for new riders looking for a head start in performance. The Dakar A2’s Suntour Raidon fork serves you 120mm of travel in a lightweight air-sprung design with lockout for efficient climbing. That’s complemented by a RockShox Monarch R air shock in the rear that makes short work of rough trails and rocky descents. The WTB rims and Vittoria tires carve up the singletrack and thru-axles keep your handling on rails. Fear no trail, no matter how steep with Dakar’s Shimano Deore 1x10 drivetrain using a wide range cassette for great climbing and blazing downhills, during which you’ll be happy you have a pair of Shimano hydraulic disc brakes to keep that speed in check. And, Race Face and WTB outfit Dakar’s touch points for reliable control everywhere you ride.
Fuji Reveal 27.5 1.3
$1,549.99
The Fuji Reveal is a capable trail bike ready to conquer some singletrack. 27.5" wheels and 120mm of travel through the new A4 rear suspension soak up rough trails and keep the bike balanced when the tires leave the dirt. The new design adds torsional stiffness to the frame, which helps put power to every pedal stroke and fun into every ride. - Lightweight A2-SL aluminum frame - Active four-bar A4 rear suspension is lightweight, easy to set up and requires minimal maintenance - 120mm of travel front and rear, on most models, delivers a smooth ride over rough trails. - Proven Shimano drivetrain components - Hydraulic disc brakes provide reliable stopping power in all conditions - Dropper seatpost compatible - Internal cable routing
Scott Contessa Scale 10
$1,549.99
The Scott Contessa Scale 10 features a super light alloy frame with Contessa Solution Geometry for all-day comfort and intuitive control, giving you the ideal wheel size whatever your height may be. It comes equipped with a Fox 32 Rhythm suspension fork to iron out the wrinkles in your ride and features a lightweight SRAM NX Eagle 1x12 drivetrain with a massive gear range to make molehills out of mountains. And, whether you're riding down a mountain or cruising around the bike path, Shimano hydraulic disc brakes ensure confident braking, even when it’s wet outside.
Fuji Tahoe 27.5 1.5
$1,499.99
With a modern geometry and the latest frame technologies, the Fuji Tahoe is a fresh take on the classic cross-country bike. The lightweight aluminum frame is drawn long and low to give the rider confident handling over gnarly terrain, and has a tapered head tube for added strength up front. - The A6-SL super-butted alloy frame with smooth welds builds a frame that is strong and lightweight with a refined look. - Boost 148x12 rear and 110x15 front hub spacing stiffens the Tahoe’s chassis and creates stronger wheels. - Internal cable routing keeps all cables shielded from mud and debris for crisp shifting every time.
Jamis Eden Race - Women's
$1,499.00
Ride faster and smoother with Jamis’ Eden Race. Its triple-butted 6061 aluminum frame, tapered head tube, and stiff thru-axles give you a crisp ride and confident steering. A RockShox fork flattens the bumps with 100mm of travel, plus WTB wheels have that roll-over-it-all ability of bigger wheels, while remaining agile in the corners. Shimano's 20-speed drivetrain handles every type of terrain, and Shimano discs keep you in control.
Masi Giramondo 27.5
$1,349.99
Utilizing the same frame and fork as its 700c counterpart, the Giramondo 27.5 caters to the hard-core adventure rider with broad ambitions. Featuring WTB Mountain Drop Bars, a riser stem, and the superior grip of WTB Nano 27.5 x 2.1" tires, this laid-back but highly versatile off-roader takes the challenges and diversity of the trail in its stride. And when it's time to head into unknown territory the Giramondo bites, carving effortlessly through flowing single track down fast descents and up technical climbs. An off-road bike with many unique attributes—style, guile, and a personality to match. - A modern-day touring bike designed for the new breed of bikepacking expeditions - Constructed from double butted Chromoly TIG welded tubing - New segmented fork with offset bottle mounting location and dynamo hub wire routing - Three bottle mounting locations on the main triangle & rack & fender mounts - WTB Mountain Drop bars - 30-degree rise stem puts you in the perfect position to ride in the drops - Bar-end shifters for reliability and easy adjustment - Clearance for tires up to 29 x 2.0" - Tubeless-ready Brev. M 27.5" rims with a 23mm internal width - WTB Volt Sport Saddle
Masi Giramondo 27.5
$1,199.99
The Giramondo 27.5 is a modern day touring bike with geometry designed for hours of comfortable riding. Utilizing a lightweight and durable double-butted, tig welded chromoly frame and segmented straight-blade chromoly fork, the Giramondo 27.5 caters to the hard-core adventure rider with broad ambitions. Featuring WTB Mountain Drop Bars, a riser stem, and the superior grip of WTB's Nano Comp tires, this laid back but highly versatile off-roader takes the challenges and diversity of the trail in stride. And when it’s time to head into unknown territory, the Giramondo bites, carving effortlessly through flowing single track, down fast descents, and up technical climbs. An off-road bike with many unique attributes and a personality to match. - Shimano Deore T6000 30-speed drivetrain for a multitude of gearing options - Bar-end shifters for reliability and easy adjustment - 30-degree rise stem puts you in the perfect position to ride in the drops - Promax mechanical disc brakes provide all-conditions stopping power - Tire clearance up 29 x 2.0" for options galore - Three bottle mounting locations on the main triangle & two on the fork legs mean you'll always stay hydrated
Scott Contessa Scale 20
$1,049.99
The Scott Contessa Scale 20 features a super light alloy frame with Contessa Solution Geometry for all-day comfort and intuitive control, giving you the ideal wheel size whatever your height may be. It comes equipped with a RockShox suspension fork with remote lockout to iron out the wrinkles in your ride and puts a 20-speed Shimano XT/Deore drivetrain at your feet to make molehills out of mountains. And, whether you're riding down a mountain or cruising around the bike path, Shimano hydraulic disc brakes ensure confident braking, even when it’s wet outside.
Fuji Nevada 27.5 1.1
$999.99
Fuji's Nevada 27.5 offers reliable components on a proven frame built for real-world conditions and real-world budgets. The double-butted aluminum frame is light and durable with efficient power transfer and ample tire clearance. The 100mm-travel RockShox fork smooths rough roads as well as rocks and roots. The 27.5-inch wheels and grippy Schwalbe tires accelerate quickly and offer traction through loose corners. A 2 x 10-speed Shimano drivetrain gives you the range you need to conquer any hill, while the matching Shimano hydraulic disc brakes keep you firmly in control. Small parts from Oval Concepts round-out this capable machine to create a real-world bike made for real-life budgets.
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