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Scott Genius 920
$4,699.99
The Genius was put on this earth to get you up mountains with ease and to get you back down them in a flash. Any Trail. Any Time. The Genius 920 features a carbon main triangle and aluminum rear triangle, with a geometry that's tuned to balance climbing abilities and descending handling. It features a slacker headtube with a longer reach, shorter chainstays, and a steeper seat angle. Additionally, SCOTT's TwinLoc Suspension System allows the rider to control the complete frame, fork, and shock as a system by changing compression damping and spring curve. Ultimately the ability to switch between modes depending on the trail at the push of a lever results in a faster and more fun ride. A Fox 34 Float fork works in conjunction with a Fox Evol rear shock to offer 150mm of suspension to make this an awesome all-mountain bike. The SRAM X01 rear derailleur is paired with GX Eagle shifters for an accurate, wide-range drivetrain. The GX crankset and bottom bracket utilize the advantages of DUB technology: simpler, smoother, and longer-lasting bearings. Braking is handled by Shimano MT520 quad-piston brakes, with internally routed cables that stay protected. Syncros Revelstoke 2.0 wheels are boost spaced for added stiffness and wheel strength, and their 30mm wide tubeless-ready rims are perfectly suited for plus-sized tires. These come in the form of Maxis Rekons, which are excellent trail-ready tires right out of the box. A Fox Transfer dropper seatpost increases the all-mountain capabilities of this steed. With this bike in your lineup, it will instantly become your go-to for all-day epics or short after-work sessions.
Scott Strike eRide 930
$4,699.99
The Scott Strike eRide 930 takes your trail riding up a few watts. With 140mm of travel front and rear, it irons out rutted jeep trails and soaks up the rough stuff on rowdy singletrack. The Bosch Performance CX 250 drive system bolsters your ride, allowing you to explore further and put more trail under your tires with a focus on long-range efficiency. Large-diameter 29 x 2.6-inch Maxxis Rekon tires roll over pretty much anything and let you keep momentum where smaller tires struggle. You and the Bosch drive system supply power through SRAM’s NX Eagle drivetrain, which offers 12 wide-ranging gears to get you anywhere you want to go with lightweight simplicity. Big, Shimano MT520 brakes and 203mm rotors ensure you have the stopping power to push yourself and the Strike eRide on descents, and the Syncros dropper post rounds out the Strike eRide’s descending prowess. See for yourself how the Strike eRide will fundamentally change your XC experience.
Haro Subvert I/O 9
$4,523.00
Pick your mountain and conquer it on the aluminum-framed Subvert I/O 9. Featuring wide plus-size tires and a powerful Shimano STePS electric motor, the Subvert gives you superhuman strength on long, steep climbs. Shimano's electronic XT Di2 drivetrain fires off crisp and precise shifts at the press of a button, and Shimano SLX hydraulic disc brakes ensure you're always in control with powerful all-conditions braking performance. Bumps, rocks, and roots melt away thanks to the RockShox Revelation 120mm suspension fork that guides tubeless-ready WTB i35 rims wrapped in dirt-chewing 27.5 x 2.8-inch Kenda Havoc rubber. More grip, more power, more fun — it's all yours with the Subvert I/O 9.
Scott Scale RC 900 Pro
$4,499.99
The Scott Scale RC 900 Pro puts domination on the agenda for the season to come. It’s built on one of the lightest carbon mountain frames available, pushes through the rough stuff with a renowned 100mm RockShox SID RL3 fork, and cleans steep climbs and hair-whitening descents with Shimano’s ultralight, extended-range XTR 1x12-speed drivetrain. The Pro’s DT Swiss X1700 wheels are wrapped with Maxxis rubber, both seen often on the bikes beneath the winningest racers out there. The XT brakes deliver the braking you need with subtle input so you can brake later and carry more speed more of the time, while a carbon bar-stem combo and seatpost and titanium-railed saddle round out the top-tier spec on the Scale RC 900 Pro. Add it all up, and you have an XC machine that will turn heads as you lap the competition.
Scott Spark RC 900 WC N1NO HMX Frame + Fork
$4,499.99
The Scott Spark RC 900 Frameset is the core of a cross-country full-suspension bike on a mission to win. To keep the ride smooth, fast, and light, the Spark RC 900 Frameset features 100mm of travel from a RockShox SID RLC fork paired with a custom FOX NUDE EVOL 3-mode rear shock via Scott’s on-the-fly TwinLoc Suspension adjustment system. With a race-ready component package, the Spark RC 900 Frameset becomes a dominating force on the XC course.
Bianchi Methanol 29.3 SX
$4,399.99
Bianchi's Methanol Carbon 29.3 SX is volatile on the starting line. The lightweight monocoque carbon frame is stiff and responsive for instant acceleration and precise handling. A 100mm-travel Rock Shox Reba RL 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 WTB wheels and Kenda Honey Badger XC Pro tires ferociously eat up any obstacles that get in their way. With Shimano's 2 x 11-speed SLX/XT drivetrain, you have all the gears you need in a reliable, crisp-shifting package, and the Shimano M506 hydraulic brakes offer smooth modulation and control. A lightweight aluminum cockpit and a Selle San Marco saddle ensure you stay comfortable no matter how long the ride.
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.
Haro Shift Plus I/O 5
$4,349.99
The Shift Plus i/O 5 is a powerful off-road contender. It is built upon Haro's Plus-size 4-bar linkage i/O frame with 140mm of rear travel and fitted with a new Rockshox Recon RL 140mm Boost fork. The Shift Plus i/O 5 features Shimano's all new E7000 MTB-specific mid-motor, which delivers 250 watts of power and 60 Nm of user-friendly torque with an E8000 504wh battery. A Shimano 10-speed 1x setup keeps shifting simple while Kenda Havoc Pro 27.5 x 2.6-inch plus-size tires with U-40 double wall rims keep things rolling. The new Tektro 735 4-2 piston hydraulic disc brakeset delivers stronger braking performance with 203mm and 180mm discs. The Shift Plus i/O 5 is one of the most versatile yet affordable dual-suspension E-mountain bikes on the market today.
Scott Contessa Scale RC 900
$4,299.99
Scott’s Contessa Scale RC 900 is a race-ready dirt sled with the specs to leave competitors in the dust. Its superlight RC carbon frame and storied RockShox SID RL3 fork devour XC courses, while a pair of 29-inch Syncros Silverton 2.0 rims mounted with Maxxis Rekon Race tires spin up fast and keep that speed with low resistance and easy obstacle rollover. Power gets from your legs to the rear wheel via SRAM’s X01/GX Eagle 12-speed drivetrain, offering the granny gear to power up steep, difficult climbs and still let you wind it out on the flats and open descents. And, you can let it rip because you have ruthless Shimano XT hydraulic brakes to reign it in for corners and tech sections. Carbon bits from Syncros comprise the touchpoints to make the Contessa Scale RC 900 as fast as it is sophisticated.
Scott Spark 920
$4,199.99
The SCOTT Spark 920 features updated Spark frame design features and the TwinLoc Suspension System in a carbon frame with alloy rear triangle that retains all the great geometry and ride of its full-carbon RC cousins but leaves a few more greenbacks in your pocket. Fox reports for suspension duty with a 120mm-travel Fox NUDE EVOL shock and a matching 120mm Fox 34 Float Step Cast Grip 3 fork. It gets up and goes via SRAM’s GX Eagle 12-speed drivetrain with a massive gear range that shrugs off big climbs without sacrificing top-end speed in the flats and descents where you’ll make good use of gravity-loving Shimano SLX hydraulic brakes. A Fox Transfer dropper post gets you in the right spot for the task at hand, and Syncros components outfit the balance of the Spark 920, with Silverton rims and singletrack-carving alloy touchpoints that offer outstanding control and comfort while shaving weight.
Jamis Durango A1
$4,100.00
These may be the most affordable 29’ers in Jamis’ stable, but there’s nothing entry-level about the performance of these bikes. They took all-new frame styling and married it to the proven Dakota geometry, then added a suspension fork, 29-inch wheels, a 24-speed drivetrain, and hydraulic disc brakes for real trail prowess. Best-in-class performance and big hoops don’t have to mean big bucks, and the Durango proves it.
Scott Genius 730
$3,999.99
The Genius was put on this earth to get you up mountains with ease and to get you back down them in a flash. The Genius 730 features SCOTT's TwinLoc Suspension System to always optimize your ride, with three suspension modes and a remote adjustment lever. The kinematic suspension curve gives supple small bump sensitivity and therefore exceptional traction characteristics, perfect support in the mid-stroke, and a controlled deep stroke for predictable travel on big landings. This bike features a whopping 150mm of front and rear suspension that soaks up even the biggest drops. Both the Fox Float 34 Performance fork and Fox Nude T EVOL shock can be controlled simultaneously with a handlebar-mounted remote. SRAM NX Eagle drivetrain components combine the simplicity of a 1x system with the capability of a 12-speed, 11-50 cassette. Speed control is handled by Shimano MT520 hydraulic disc brakes, which feature quad-piston calipers that increase the pad contact area for greater stopping power. The Syncros Revelstoke 2.5 wheels utilize boost spacing for added stiffness and provide a wide, tubeless rim that's an ideal footprint for plus-sized tires. These come in the form of 2.8-inch Maxxis Rekons with EXO casing and 3c Maxx Terra compound for longer treadwear and less rolling resistance. A Syncros dropper seatpost rounds out the build and further increases this bike's trail-shredding abilities.
Scott Genius 930
$3,999.99
The Genius was put on this earth to get you up mountains with ease and to get you back down them in a flash. The Genius 930 features SCOTT's TwinLoc Suspension System to always optimize your ride, with three suspension modes and a remote adjustment lever. The kinematic suspension curve gives supple small bump sensitivity and therefore exceptional traction characteristics, perfect support in the mid-stroke, and a controlled deep stroke for predictable travel on big landings. This bike features a whopping 150mm of front and rear suspension that soaks up even the biggest drops. Both the Fox Float 34 Performance fork and Fox Nude T EVOL shock can be controlled simultaneously with a handlebar-mounted remote. SRAM NX Eagle drivetrain components combine the simplicity of a 1x system with the capability of a 12-speed, 11-50 cassette. Speed control is handled by Shimano MT520 hydraulic disc brakes, which feature quad-piston calipers that increase the pad contact area for greater stopping power. The Syncros Revelstoke 2.5 wheels utilize boost spacing for added stiffness and provide a wide, tubeless rim that's an ideal footprint for plus-sized tires. These come in the form of 2.8-inch Maxxis Rekons with EXO casing and 3c Maxx Terra compound for longer treadwear and less rolling resistance. A Syncros dropper seatpost rounds out the build and further increases this bike's trail-shredding abilities.
Scott Spark RC 900 Team
$3,999.99
The Scott Spark RC 900 Team is a cross-country full-suspension bike on a mission to win. To keep the ride smooth, fast, and light, the Spark RC 900 Team features a RockShox SID RL3 fork paired with a custom FOX NUDE EVOL 3-mode rear shock via Scott’s on-the-fly TwinLoc Suspension adjustment system. These keep the HMX Carbon frame floating through the course so you can focus on speed. In that vein, the SRAM GX Eagle 12-speed drivetrain brings the gear range to crank up the steepest climbs between swift flats and blistering descents, and Shimano SLX brakes have plenty of smooth power to control loose downhills and bring you to a stop right in front of the podium. Syncros components make up the cockpit on this race machine to deliver a fast and efficient interface between rider and machine.
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 Contessa Spark 910
$3,799.99
When you combine a superlight women’s carbon frame and alloy swingarm, Fox NUDE EVOL shock, and Fox 34 Rhythm fork, you get a highly capable rig called the Scott Contessa Spark 910. It rolls on Syncros Silverton 2.5 rims and Maxxis Rekon tires, so traction and durability are always there, and Syncros outfits a rock-solid cockpit, including a dropper post for perfect body position all the time. SRAM gets you up the steep stuff with the wide gear range and crisp shifting of its NX Eagle 12-speed drivetrain, and Shimano picks up the baton when descending, keeping you in total control with powerful and precise SLX hydraulic brakes. It’s everything you want when going fast on dirt. It’s the Contessa Spark 910.
Scott Ransom 720
$3,799.99
The Ransom. 170mm of trail munchin', climb crushing, stage winning all day pinning mountain biking excellence. SCOTT designed this bike with speed at the forefront and went with a geometry that's long, slack, and stable when pointed downhill. And while the Ransom can tame any descent, it also offers a proper position for efficient climbing. The frame is a durable 6011 alloy with an adjustable bottom bracket height and uses trunnion box construction that increases rigidity where the rear shock mounts. Integrated guards on the downtube and inside the drive side rear triangle protect the frame from rock strikes and chain slap. When it comes to suspension, the Fox 36 Float Performance fork and Fox Nude T Evol rear shock deliver. Their 3 suspension modes with remote switch for simultaneous adjustment provide a new level of immediate control over rapidly changing terrain. A SRAM Eagle drivetrain with DUB bottom bracket offers a simpler, smoother, and longer-lasting setup. Shimano MT520 quad-piston brake calipers dish up a hefty serving of braking power. Syncros Revelstoke 2.5 wheels with boost spacing for increased wheel strength form an ideal footing for plus-sized tires, reducing tire flop and improving overall control. The Maxxis Minion 120TPI tires have EXO casing for reduced likelihood of sidewall cuts and are tubeless ready. The Ransom 720 comes with a Syncros dropper seatpost, as well as Syncros Hixon riser handlebars and stem with an integrated spacer and top cap that allows for a clean, easily adjustable setup.
Scott Ransom 920
$3,799.99
The Ransom. 170mm of trail munchin', climb crushing, stage winning all day pinning mountain biking excellence. SCOTT designed this bike with speed at the forefront and went with a geometry that's long, slack, and stable when pointed downhill. And while the Ransom can tame any descent, it also offers a proper position for efficient climbing. The frame is a durable 6011 alloy with an adjustable bottom bracket height and uses trunnion box construction that increases rigidity where the rear shock mounts. Integrated guards on the downtube and inside the drive side rear triangle protect the frame from rock strikes and chain slap. When it comes to suspension, the Fox 36 Float Performance fork and Fox Nude T Evol rear shock deliver. Their 3 suspension modes with remote switch for simultaneous adjustment provides a new level of immediate control over rapidly changing terrain. A SRAM Eagle drivetrain with DUB bottom bracket offers a simpler, smoother, and longer-lasting setup. Shimano MT520 quad-piston brake calipers dish up a hefty serving of braking power. Syncros Revelstoke 2.5 wheels with boost spacing for increased wheel strength form an ideal footing for plus-sized tires, reducing tire flop and improving overall control. The Maxxis Minion 120TPI tires have EXO casing for reduced likelihood of sidewall cuts and are tubeless ready. The Ransom 920 comes with a Syncros dropper seatpost, as well as Syncros Hixon riser handlebars and stem with an integrated spacer and top cap that allows for a clean, easily adjustable setup.
Scott Spark 930
$3,799.99
The SCOTT Spark 930 features updated Spark frame design features and the TwinLoc Suspension System in a carbon frame with alloy rear triangle that retains all the great geometry and ride of its full-carbon RC cousins but leaves a few more greenbacks in your pocket. Fox reports for suspension duty with a 120mm-travel Fox NUDE EVOL shock and a matching 120mm Fox 34 Rhythm Grip 3 fork. It gets up and goes via SRAM’s NX Eagle 12-speed drivetrain with a gigantic gear range that obliterates climbs without sacrificing top-end speed in the flats and descents where you’ll make good use of gravity-loving Shimano SLX hydraulic brakes. Syncros components outfit the balance of the Spark 930, with Silverton rims, a dropper post, and singletrack-carving alloy touchpoints that offer outstanding control and comfort while shaving weight.
Wilier Triestina Jaroon Plus Rival
$3,779.00
The Jaroon Plus is the new high-end steel frame dedicated to the touring and bikepacking world. As in the Jaroon model, the Jaroon Plus is welded with a special technique that hides all welding material inside, making the frame appear clean, and the seams flawless. What’s unique about the Jaroon Plus is the 29 plus wheel sizing, 29-inch diameter with a width coverage of 3-inches. It is a sort of MTB that, thanks to the 16 degree flared out racing handlebar, becomes a hybrid born for adventure. SRAM's Apex 1 x 11-speed drivetrain easily shifts through a wide range of gears, while the SRAM Rival hydraulic disc brakes gives you the power to stop in all conditions. Technologically speaking, the frame has a rear through axle, differentiated diameter head tube, 27.2mm diameter seat-post for greater comfort, disc brake system and monocoque all-carbon fork with through axle. For maximum versatility, the frame has been designed to mount mudguards and rear rack.
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.
Bianchi Methanol 29 CV Frameset
$3,599.99
Bianchi's Methanol Carbon 29 CV Frameset is a volatile beast on the starting line. The lightweight monocoque carbon frame is stiff and responsive for instant acceleration and precise handling. Bianchi built this rocket with a tapered head tube, oversize PressFit92 bottom bracket, and a shortened wheelbase—all to give you a razor-sharp XC rig with quick, nimble handling. Once built into your dream bike, the Methanol 29 CV will ferociously eat up any obstacles that dare get in your way.
Scott Scale 910
$3,599.99
The SCOTT Scale 910 is a speed-focused hardtail with a featherweight carbon frame and geometry inspired by racing at the highest level. The carbon layup is designed with specific, controlled flex in areas that increase rider comfort and guarantee optimal absorption of vibrations, without sacrificing pedaling stiffness. The result is a frame that is comfortable both in the saddle and while standing on the pedals, which is essential for saving energy on technical downhill sections. Additional features such as a tapered headtube, internal cable routing, and a unique rear brake mount that anchors directly with the chainstay and thru axle, further add to the performance of this capable XC machine. The Scale 910 features a suite of performance components that make it not only race-ready but also loads of fun to ride. A Fox 32 SC Float Performance fork makes for a bike that excels in modern technical cross-country courses. With 3 modes and a remote on the handlebars to switch between them, it ensures you've got the control needed to maximize efficiency on any trail. The SRAM Eagle X01 rear derailleur and GX shifter provide highly accurate and reliable shifting, while the DUB bottom bracket adds smooth, longer-lasting, lighter bearings. Plus, the XD driver allows a massive gear range so you can clear even the steepest hills without issue. And when it comes to descending, the Shimano SLX brakes deliver a superb level of braking control and modulation. Syncros Silverton 2.5 wheels pair a tubeless ready rim design with boost hubs for added stiffness and strength. They come wrapped in durable and fast-rolling Maxxis Rekon Race tires with sidewall-strengthening EXO. When all-out speed is the name of the game, this bike truly shines.
Scott Contessa Genius 720
$3,499.99
The Contessa Genius was put on this earth to get you up mountains with ease and to get you back down them in a flash. The Contessa Genius 720 features 150mm of front and rear travel with Scott’s TwinLoc Suspension System so you can optimize suspension dynamics of the Fox 34 fork and Fox Nude T EVOL shock on the fly. Your climbing prowess is enhanced by SRAM’s GX/NX Eagle 12-speed drivetrain with a broad range of gears ready to take on any terrain you care to challenge, and powerful Shimano 4-piston hydraulic brakes give you total confidence on technical descents and at high speeds. The Genius’s Syncros components keep you comfortably in command with women-specific grips and saddle and a dropper post so you’re always set up to go fast with power and control.
Scott Genius 940
$3,499.99
Any Trail, Any time. The Genius 940 features an SL6011 aluminum frame with a geometry that's tuned to balance climbing abilities and descending handling. It features a slacker headtube with a longer reach, shorter chainstays, and a steeper seat angle. Additionally, SCOTT's TwinLoc Suspension System allows the rider to control the complete frame, fork, and shock as a system by changing compression damping and spring curve. Ultimately the ability to switch between modes depending on the trail at the push of a lever results in a faster and more fun ride. A Fox fork and rear shock dish out 150mm of plush front and rear travel, and feature 3 modes: Lockout, Traction Control, and Descend. The 12-speed SRAM Eagle drivetrain provides that "infinite shifting" feel, meaning you'll have plenty of gearing no matter how steep the trail. The GX DUB crankset is boost spaced for improved chain line and features longer-lasting, smoother bottom bracket bearings. For maximum control on the descents, the Shimano MT520 quad-piston hydraulic disc brakes offer extra rotor-clamping power. It includes a Syncros Dropper 2.0 for getting the saddle down and out of the way on rowdy descents, further increasing this bike's all-mountain capabilities. The Syncros X-30S rims laced to Formula hubs provide a sturdy footing for aggressive shredding, with a 30mm tubeless-ready rim that's ideal for plus-sized tires. Maxxis Rekon 2.6-inch tires feature are tubeless-ready and feature EXO casing for stronger sidewalls. With a parts spec this good, the Genius 940 will get you up and down the mountain without breaking the bank.
Scott Spark 710, Medium
$3,360.00 $4,800.00 30% Savings
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.
Haro Subvert I/O 5
$3,249.99
The Subvert i/O models, with their latest Shimano electric pedal-assist motors, amplify your power output to allow for longer and faster rides in full confidence with their user-friendly riding platform. The Subvert i/O 5 is a plus-specific bike designed to master rocky terrain, offer increased confidence diving into turns and slopes, and be a fully capable off-road adventure companion in all weather conditions. With the power and reduced size of the brand New Shimano E7000 motor, the Subvert i/O HT5 is a force to be reckoned with. Features include a proprietary X6 alloy 27.5-inch plus geometry frame with tapered head tube, a new alloy motor-guard, a cushy Suntour Raidon Boost fork with 120mm of travel, tapered steerer tube and thru-axle, combined with U-40 27.5-inch plus rims, fitted with e-bike specific Kenda Havoc Pro 2.8-inch 120 tpi folding tires. Its Deore 1x10 Shadow drive train and the new Shimano E7000 34t crankset provide effortless shifting and gear ratio for an incredible climbing experience. The Shimano MTB E-7000 drive unit with 250 watts of power, 60 Nm of torque and 504 watt battery form the power plant that allows you to glide uphill to do more of what you love: going back down the trail again and again.
Scott Spark 940
$3,199.99
The SCOTT Spark 940 offers the entry-level rider or seasoned veteran on a budget a very fast XC machine that retains all the great geometry and ride of its carbon cousins with a durable and lightweight alloy frame. Fox reports for suspension duty with a 120mm-travel Fox NUDE EVOL shock and a matching 120mm Fox 32 Rhythm fork. It gets up and goes via SRAM’s GX/NX Eagle 12-speed drivetrain with a gigantic gear range that obliterates climbs without sacrificing top-end speed in the flats and descents where you’ll make good use of gravity-loving Shimano SLX hydraulic brakes. Syncros components outfit the balance of the Spark 940, with X-25S rims and lightweight alloy controls that offer good trail feel with stiffness and precision to win races or simply make the most of a day on the trail.
Heller Barghest
$3,059.00
The beast has arrived. Barghest is built for wild and woolly backcountry action with 27.5+ terrain-clawing tires and 130mm rear travel paired to 140mm up front. The long and slack full-carbon frame puts you in the right position for getting rowdy on the trail, and features internal cable routing for a sleek look. SRAM NX drivetrain components shift through the 11-speed cassette quick and smooth, while Tektro hydraulic disc brakes keep you on track and in the flow. If the search for trail defines you, Barghest is your perfect match.