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Pearl Izumi
$85.00 at REI

The LTD MTB women's bike jersey combines fun, eye-catching graphics with moisture-wicking fabric to keep you cool while you crush ...your ride. Read More

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Lava
$21.19 at Amazon.com

lava 43068.998 Add elegant style to your home decor with this decorative throw pillow Features: -Pillow.-Durable 100% polyester co...ver and fill.-Made in the USA.-Product Type: Throw pillow.-Color: Multi-Colored.-Size: Medium (16 - 20).-Shape: Rectangular.-Distressed: No.-Cover Material: Synthetic -Cover Material Details: ..-Fill Material: Polyester/Polyfill -Fill Material Details: ..-Weather Resistant: No -Weather Resistant Details: ..-Water Resistant: No -Water Resistant Details: ..-Stain Resistant: No.-Mildew Resistant: No.-Fade Resistant: No.-Tear Resistant: No.-Odor Resistant: No.-Heat Resistant: No.-Wrinkle Resistant: No.-Dust Mite Resistant: No.-Hypoallergenic: No.-Antimicrobial: No.-Anti-Bacterial: No.-Lint Free: No.-Non-Pilling: No.-Bed Bug Resistant: No.-Moisture Wicking: No.-Ruffled: No.-Sequined: No.-Room Use: Foyer; Bedroom; Living room; Den; Game room.-Theme: Sports.-Pattern: Graphic print.-Organic: No.-Life Stage: Adult.-Tassels Included: No -Tassel Type: .-Tassel Color: ..-Washing Method: Hand wash.-Country of Manufacture: United States.Dimensions: -Overall Height - Top to Bottom: 14.-Overall Width - Side to Side: 18.-Overall Depth - Front to Back: 4.-Tassel Length: .-Fringe Length: .-Flange Length: .-Overall Product Weight: 2. Read More

Yeti Cycles
$5,799.00 at Backcountry.com

We continue to be amazed by the sheer breadth of talent that so many new bikes these days bring to the table, and the 2015 Yeti AS...R Carbon X01 Complete Mountain Bike is a fine example of this. Cross-country climbing capability? Marathon-worthy comfort? Big-bike-like confidence and control on descents? Check, check, check, and then some. It's true that Yeti's most current reputation has been forged in the world of all-mountain big rigs and gravity riding, but be not misled. Yeti's heritage is deeply rooted in bikes that climb, too. Back in the day -- and even not so far back -- cross-country legends like John Tomac and Paul Rowney were practically yawning their way around rivals aboard bikes like the original Yeti ARC Hardtail, which was so light, stiff, and fast it was almost unfair. The ASR Carbon frameset proudly continues this tradition, and pulls both new and old tricks out of its hat to put on an amazing show of technical prowess. For starters, carbon reigns supreme here. Yeti's been poking and prodding its blend of high-modulus fibers for years, and in the case of the ASR Carbon, it takes the form of an extremely stiff but light frame (4. 2 lbs) that utilizes a single-pivot linkage system. Where you won't find a fancy multi-link suspension platform, you find good reason. The single-pivot design saves major weight, and the rate-modifying link that guides the carbon Loopstays rear swing-arm teams up with a FOX FLOAT CTD rear shock on which Yeti worked obsessively with FOX to dial in the proper tune. Efficiency on the climbs and confidence on the descents is yours, as the linkage/shock combo make for a highly controlled but also reactive platform that feels bigger than it is. Throw a relatively low bottom bracket and a somewhat slack head tube angle into the mix with that efficiency -- nods to Yeti's downhill expertise -- and you have a machine that can do damn near anything, and feels comfortable doing it, all day or night. Designed around a 120mm fork foremo. Read More

Northwest Art Mall
$19.99 at Amazon.com

Great Smoky Mountains Old Half Bike North Carolina Wall Art by Paul A Lanquist, 11-Inch by 17-Inch print. Northwest Art Mall has b...een marketing vintage art from some of the best artists in the country. Read More

Graphics and More
$6.67 at Amazon.com

Small in size, but big in awesomeness...accessorize with this fun and seriously cool charm! The charm dangles from the attached me...tal lobster claw and can be attached to a bracelet, or added to enhance zippers, backpacks, keychains and many other accessories...how's that for versatility Comes with the urethane encased design on both sides of the metal charm. Approximate size of charm is 15mm (0.6). Read More

ECOeverywhere
$12.95 at Amazon.com

ECOeverywhere is a family-owned company that has been in business for 4 generations. At ECOeverywhere, we use recycled paper to ke...ep our forests full. That leaves more trees to shade and produce the air we breathe and to absorb harmful greenhouse gasses. We also produce all of our quality products entirely in the United States. By manufacturing in the USA we not only guarantee quality, but we guarantee jobs. The ECOeverywhere Photo Album offers a wide range of cover design choices, and the beautiful graphics on the front cover help you to express yourself with style. Perfect for organizing, sharing and displaying memorable photos, this table top wiro photo album uses EZ Flip wiro binding with recycled Dura covers to protect your cherished photos. If only the good memories were made as easily as this album stores them! The 72 polypropylene photo sleeves will protect any photo from scratching and corrosion from the elements. The products from ECOeverywhere are 100 percent made in the USA - 100 percent made for you! Read More

Advanced Sports Inc.
$259.95 at The-House.com

2014 SE Bikes Adventure 21 Speed Matte Silver 21 Mountain Bicycle Large.Authorized dealer-warranty is valid. Only purchase from au...thorized dealers. To ensure a valid warranty please also have assembled at your local bike shop.The Adventure 21 is the perfect jumping off point for those looking to see what their local trails have to offer. The 7 speed Shimano drivetrain and alloy frame offer a great combo of reliability and durability that will inspire confidence and the desire to get out there and ride.SIZE: L (21 )COLOR: Matte SilverMAIN FRAME: SE 1 alloy, w/ semi-integrated headset, water bottle mountREAR TRIANGLE: SE 1 alloy, w/ replaceable hangerFORK: HL CH-327E, w/ steel steerer, 50mm travelCRANKSET: Prowheel, 48/38/28T, 7-speedBOTTOM BRACKET: CartridgePEDALS: 1-piece resin body, w/ steel axleFRONT DERAILLEUR: Shimano TZ-31, band type 31.8mmREAR DERAILLEUR: Shimano Tourney, 7-speedSHIFTERS: Shimano Tourney Revo Shift, 21-speedCASSETTE: Shimano Tourney freewheel, 14-28T, 7-speedCHAIN: Fixed Star, 7-speedWHEELSET: Alloy 36H rims, alloy Formula hubs, ED Black spokes, brass nipples, steel quick releasesTIRES: Kenda K-922, 22 tpi, 26 x 1.95 BRAKE SET: Alloy linear pullBRAKE LEVERS: Alloy 3-finger lever, w/ resin handlebar mountHEADSETNeco, 1 1/8 semi-integrated w/ caged bearingsHANDLEBAR: Steel, 30mm rise, 6d sweep, 25.4mm clampSTEM: Steel, 25.4mm, +/- 10dTAPE/GRIP: Kraton rubber, closed endSADDLE: SE w/ foam padding, steel railsSEAT POST: Steel, 27.2mm x 300mmWEIGHT31.7lbs / Read More

Advanced Sports Inc.
$259.95 at The-House.com

2014 SE Bikes Adventure 21 Speed Silver 15 Step-Through Mountain Bicycle Small.Authorized dealer-warranty is valid. Only purchase ...from authorized dealers. To ensure a valid warranty please also have assembled at your local bike shop.The Adventure 21 is the perfect jumping off point for those looking to see what their local trails have to offer. The 7 speed Shimano drivetrain and alloy frame offer a great combo of reliability and durability that will inspire confidence and the desire to get out there and ride.SIZE: S (15 )COLOR(S): SilverMAIN FRAME: SE 1 alloy, w/ semi-integrated headset, water bottle mountREAR TRIANGLE: SE 1 alloy, w/ replaceable hangerFORK: HL CH-327E, w/ steel steerer, 50mm travelCRANKSET: Prowheel, 48/38/28T, 7-speedBOTTOM BRACKET: CartridgePEDALS: 1-piece resin body, w/ steel axleFRONT DERAILLEUR: Shimano TZ-31, band type 31.8mmREAR DERAILLEUR: Shimano Tourney, 7-speedSHIFTERS: Shimano Tourney Revo Shift, 21-speedCASSETTE: Shimano Tourney freewheel, 14-28T, 7-speedCHAIN: Fixed Star, 7-speedWHEELSET: Alloy 36H rims, alloy Formula hubs, ED Black spokes, brass nipples, steel quick releasesTIRES: Kenda K-922, 22 tpi, 26 x 1.95 BRAKE SET: Alloy linear pullBRAKE LEVERS: Alloy 3-finger lever, w/ resin handlebar mountHEADSETNeco, 1 1/8 semi-integrated w/ caged bearingsHANDLEBAR: Steel, 30mm rise, 6d sweep, 25.4mm clampSTEM: Steel, 25.4mm, +/- 10dTAPE/GRIP: Kraton rubber, closed endSADDLE: SE w/ foam padding, steel railsSEAT POST: Steel, 27.2mm x 300mmWEIGHT31. Read More

Advanced Sports Inc.
$339.95 at The-House.com

2014 SE Bikes Adventure 24 Speed Matte Black 21 Mountain Bicycle Large.Authorized dealer-warranty is valid. Only purchase from aut...horized dealers. To ensure a valid warranty please also have assembled at your local bike shop.The Adventure 24 sports 8-speed Shimano components as well as disc brakes to get you going when you need to and stopped when you don't. 26 wheels are nimble and responsive and can handle the curves of any trail.SIZES: L (21 )COLOR(S): Matte BlackMAIN FRAME: SE 1 alloy, w/ semi-integrated headset, water bottle mountREAR TRIANGLE: SE 1 alloy, w/ replaceable hangerFORK: Suntour SF13 XCT, w/ steel steerer, coil spring w/ preload adjustment, 80mm travelCRANKSET: Wheel Top, 42/34/24T, 8-speedBOTTOM BRACKET: CartridgePEDALS: 1-piece resin body, w/ steel axleFRONT DERAILLEUR: Shimano Altus, band type 31.8mmREAR DERAILLEUR: Shimano Acera, 8-speedSHIFTERS: Shimano EF-40 EZ-Fire, 24-speedCASSETTE: Shimano Altus, 11-32T, 8-speedCHAIN: Fixed Star, 8-speedWHEELSET: Weinmann ZAC 19 32H double wall rims, alloy Formula hubs, ED Black spokes, brass nipples, steel quick releasesTIRES: Evolution, 27 tpi, 26 x 2.1 BRAKE SET: HL DB-280 mechanical disc, 160mm rotorsBRAKE LEVERS: Shimano EF-40 2-fingerHEADSET: Neco, 1 1/8 semi-integrated w/ caged bearingsHANDLEBAR: Steel, 30mm rise, 6d sweep, 25.4mm clampSTEM: Steel, 25.4mm, +/- 20dTAPE/GRIP: Kraton rubber, closed endSADDLE: SE w/ foam padding, steel railsSEAT POST: Steel, 27.2mm x 300mmWEIGHT: 33.4lbs / 15.2kg Read More

Advanced Sports Inc.
$339.95 at The-House.com

2014 SE Bikes Adventure 24 Speed Blue 15 Step-Through Mountain Bicycle Small.Authorized dealer-warranty is valid. Only purchase fr...om authorized dealers. To ensure a valid warranty please also have assembled at your local bike shop.The Adventure 24 sports 8-speed Shimano components as well as disc brakes to get you going when you need to and stopped when you don't. 26 wheels are nimble and responsive and can handle the curves of any trail.SIZES: S (15 )COLOR(S): BlueMAIN FRAME: SE 1 alloy, w/ semi-integrated headset, water bottle mountREAR TRIANGLE: SE 1 alloy, w/ replaceable hangerFORK: Suntour SF13 XCT, w/ steel steerer, coil spring w/ preload adjustment, 80mm travelCRANKSET: Wheel Top, 42/34/24T, 8-speedBOTTOM BRACKET: CartridgePEDALS: 1-piece resin body, w/ steel axleFRONT DERAILLEUR: Shimano Altus, band type 31.8mmREAR DERAILLEUR: Shimano Acera, 8-speedSHIFTERS: Shimano EF-40 EZ-Fire, 24-speedCASSETTE: Shimano Altus, 11-32T, 8-speedCHAIN: Fixed Star, 8-speedWHEELSET: Weinmann ZAC 19 32H double wall rims, alloy Formula hubs, ED Black spokes, brass nipples, steel quick releasesTIRES: Evolution, 27 tpi, 26 x 2.1 BRAKE SET: HL DB-280 mechanical disc, 160mm rotorsBRAKE LEVERS: Shimano EF-40 2-fingerHEADSET: Neco, 1 1/8 semi-integrated w/ caged bearingsHANDLEBAR: Steel, 30mm rise, 6d sweep, 25.4mm clampSTEM: Steel, 25.4mm, +/- 20dTAPE/GRIP: Kraton rubber, closed endSADDLE: SE w/ foam padding, steel railsSEAT POST: Steel, 27.2mm x 300mmWEIGHT: 33lbs / 15kg Read More

Advanced Sports Inc.
$289.95 at The-House.com

2014 SE Bikes Big Mountain 21 Speed Silver 17 Mountain Bicycle Small.Authorized dealer-warranty is valid. Only purchase from autho...rized dealers. To ensure a valid warranty please also have assembled at your local bike shop.If you're looking for the benefits of 29-inch wheels but want to leave something in the bank, the Big Mountain 21 is the bike for you. We round out this power value package with a Suntour fork and 21 speeds from Shimano components.SIZES: S (17 )COLOR(S): SilverMAIN FRAME: Elios 1 Hi Ten steel, double water bottle mountsREAR TRIANGLE: Elios 1 steel w/ cold-forged dropoutFORK: Suntour M3020 29 , w/ steel steerer, 75mm travelCRANKSET: Prowheel, 48/38/28T, 7-speedBOTTOM BRACKET: CartridgePEDALS: 1-piece resin body, boron axleFRONT DERAILLEUR: Shimano TX-51, band type 31.8mmREAR DERAILLEUR: Shimano Tourney, 7-speedSHIFTERS: Shimano Tourney Revo Shift, 21-speedCASSETTE: Shimano Tourney freewheel, 14-28T, 7-speedCHAIN: Fixed Star, 7-speedWHEELSET: Weinmann ZAC 19 32H double wall rims, alloy Formula hubs, ED spokes, brass nipples, steel quick releasesTIRES: Evolution, 27 tpi, 29 x 2.0 BRAKE SET: Alloy linear pullBRAKE LEVERS: Alloy 3-finger lever, w/ resin handlebar mountHEADSET: Neco, 1 1/8 w/ caged bearingsHANDLEBAR: Steel, 30mm rise, 6d sweep, 25.4mm clampSTEM: Steel, 25.4mm, +/- 20dTAPE/GRIP: Kraton rubber, closed endSADDLE: SE w/ foam padding, steel railsSEAT POST: Steel, 27.2mm x 300mmWEIGHT: 38lb / 17.2kg Read More

Piranha
$194.99 at The-House.com

Anatomic Supper Padded Seat ,60Mm Suspension Travel Fork ,Quick Release Seat Post ,Sloping Frame Super Soft Rubber Grips

Piranha
$194.99 at The-House.com

Anatomic Supper Padded Seat ,60Mm Suspension Travel Fork ,Quick Release Seat Post ,Sloping Frame Super Soft Rubber Grips

Piranha
$194.99 at The-House.com

Anatomic Supper Padded Seat ,60Mm Suspension Travel Fork ,Quick Release Seat Post ,Sloping Frame Super Soft Rubber Grips

3dRose
$19.91 at Amazon.com

Bicycling, Mountain biker, Flathead Lake Mission Mtns - US27 CHA0750 - Chuck Haney Ornament is a perfect addition to your tree or ...as a window decoration. This glossy porcelain ornament is a great gift for family and friends, commemorating each holiday or special occasion. Image printed on both sides; measures 3 inches. A strand of gold thread makes it easy to display this fantastic keepsake. Read More

Santa Cruz Bicycles
$6,199.00 $5,269.15 at Backcountry.com

Carbon fiber has been a cycling industry buzzword for quite some time. This year, however, carbon has been living in the very larg...e shadow of 27. 5-inch wheels. And delivering truth to this is Santa Cruz's full embrace of this new standard. With trail bikes like the 125mm travel 5010 Carbon SPX AM Complete Mountain Bike, Santa Cruz is taking an aggressive stance on mountain biking's most aggressive platform. The SPX AM build dresses Santa Cruz's carbon frame with Shimano XT components, DT Swiss/WTB wheels, and FOX suspension in order to keep the price reasonable without killing the 5010's all-mountain sense of purpose. One of the biggest contributors to this is the rolling stock. Sure, within the gravity/park sect, stiff, nimble, and strong 26in wheels will continue to shine. Likewise, though, when the trail favors high-speed, flowing singletrack the 29er rules supreme. But, any riding between those extremes will see the 27. 5-inch 5010 Carbon's ability to dominate. A quick look at the geometry makes this perfectly clear. The 5010's chainstay length is only a quarter-of-an-inch longer than the Blur TRc, yet it's three-quarters-of-an-inch shorter than the Tallboy LT. Another key number is its bottom bracket height -- the 5010 is . 04-inches higher than the TRc and a quarter-inch lower than the Tallboy LT. This means that aboard the 5010, you'll enjoy that 'seated within' felling of two-niners, while retaining the nimbleness that would otherwise be lost to long wheelbases, high-center of gravity, and flex'y wheels. In fact, the 5010's wheelbase is a full-inch shorter than the Tallboy, and it has a trail-worthy 68 degree head tube angle. That's should be enough numbers to expose the playful, yet composed nature of the 5010. But, just as essential to that balance is Santa Cruz's carbon mastery. The 5010 Carbon uses a one-piece layup and curing process for the triangles, as opposed to assembling joints, which would require bonding, wrapping, or rivets. And, because ... Read More

Santa Cruz Bicycles
$5,899.00 $5,014.15 at Backcountry.com

With buzzwords like Enduro and 27. 5 floating around this year, we couldn't blame you if you're feeling a little bit cynical. But ...thankfully, we have the Santa Cruz Bronson X01 AM complete mountain bike to remind us that despite the hype, bikes are better than ever. With a durable aluminum frame and SRAM's new X01 drivetrain, you already know that it's up to the task, whether you're racing everyone's favorite newfangled event, or just chasing some post-work smiles. When you factor in the FOX suspension and RockShox Reverb Stealth dropper post, you're looking at a one-bike quiver that's ready for anything you can throw at it.While the carbon fiber Bronson holds onto the flagship spot, aluminum remains the best choice for blending value with durability. And with the alloy version, Santa Cruz's decades of experience with the material are on full display. Through the thoughtful selection of butted tubing, and artfully sculpted machined bits, the Bronson's frame is kept to a very reasonable 6. 8 pounds for a medium frame with a rear shock. And while it's roughly a pound and a half heavier than its carbon fiber counterpart, it gives up almost nothing in regard to strength and stiffness. That's thanks in part to the oversized 15mm collet-style hardware, and it gets better with the 12x142mm through axle out back. While the Bronson is decidedly aggressive in orientation, its Enduro racing focus means that exceptional pedaling efficiency is just as important as terrain-taming smoothness. And with the latest version of VPP handling the terrain, that's not a concern. It uses two counter-rotating links to achieve an optimal balance of firm pedaling and a smooth ride. Basically, the beginning stroke is controlled by the upper link, which starts the stroke in a high-leverage position for a supple ride over stutter bumps. As the suspension settles into the sag point, the lower link takes over control of the suspension, enabling the rear wheel to travel backwards, out of the wa... Read More

Juliana
$5,999.00 $4,799.00 at Backcountry.com

Carbon fiber, VPP, FOX Racing Shox, and Shimano XT components are enough buzz words to make any knobby-tire enthusiast weak in the... knees. Add to the picture 27. 5in wheels and 125mm of travel and you've got a recipe for mountain bike of the year. But, the Juliana Furtado Carbon Primeiro Complete Mountain Bike isn't for the masses that determine that. Instead, it's designed by a decorated rider for a much smaller sect of the mountain biking population. The female rider. What started as a flower in Santa Cruz's line of bikes, Juliana is now its own division of SC headed by --you guessed it --Juli Furtado. This means that each model meets her expectations -- not Joe Sixpack's. If you take a look at the saddle, bars, and cranks of this Joplin Carbon Primeiro you'll see that they're sized proportionally for female riders. Not to mention the 27. 5in wheels being more nimble and easier to package in the smaller chassis women require. By having proportionate components, you can enjoy the benefits of a carbon fiber frame out of the box. And, one of those advantages, aside from the obvious -- weight -- is it allows the frame to offer superior line-holding stiffness. The front triangle is constructed as once piece. Rather than have components produced separately, and then bonded or wrapped, the carbon fibers are continuous around tube junctions to distribute loads and absorb impact energy better. One thing that you can't see without cutting the frame in half is that it looks as good on the inside as it does on the outside. There's nothing there except smooth carbon, this actually prevents stress risers in failure prone areas of the frame. For that reason too, there are no riveted or bonded-on cable and hose guides--they're incorporated into the original layup. That layup provides stiff and solid mounting points for the latest generation of VPP rear suspension. The upper and lower links flatten out the shock rate and provide a more active feel to the early part of the a... Read More

Niner
$3,499.00 at Backcountry.com

Whether you're a hardened endurance racer, or you're just looking for a way to sharpen up your skills, a rigid, singlespeed 29er w...ill inject a whole new sense of fun into your favorite trails. But just because these machines are simple doesn't mean they're not advanced, as the Niner ONE 9 RDO 2-Star SS Complete Mountain Bike indisputably proves. The featherweight carbon fiber frame is paired with Niner's own carbon fiber, thru-axle-equipped fork, which many consider the benchmark rigid mountain option. And with a lightweight, sensible build kit, it just begs to be raced. That might mean strapping on a number plate, or just dropping your buddies on the next post-work ride -- that choice is up to you. The ONE 9 RDO benefits from all of the weight saving measures that have made the AIR 9 RDO the notorious race-rocket that it is. At the core of every Niner frame is extensive computer-based finite element analysis, and here it's used to develop a high modulus carbon fiber structure with optimized weaves, layups, and tube shapes -- ultimately producing the lightest Niner to date. The RDO's fluid form is no accident, and it's designed to minimize chatter and guide impact forces to the strongest parts of the frame. Chain torque goes directly to the rear wheel via the oversized CYA bottom bracket shell and shapely chainstays, yet trail vibrations are quelled by the swooping seatstays. Niner ties the bottom bracket to the precision-enhancing tapered head tube via a large down tube to ensure the frame tracks true and responds to every input. What separates the ONE 9 RDO from its AIR 9 ancestor is the use of Niner's CYA bottom bracket interface. It's oversized to make room for the included BioCentric eccentric bottom bracket. Unlike other EBBs, BioCentric has a track record of being easy to use and remaining creak-free, but the real benefit is that it allows for the use of a fixed rear dropout. On top of being the lightest option, it avoids the slippage that can occur with ... Read More

Niner
$4,699.00 $3,998.99 at Backcountry.com

Niner built the Air 9 RDO 4-Star X01 Complete Mountain Bike for those who dream of wiping the floor with their buddies on race day.... Furthering this, the stiff, lightweight Air 9 RDO frame received a FOX Racing Shox fork, Stan's NoTubes wheels, and the all-new SRAM X01 11-speed drivetrain. Not only is the build kit race-worthy, but it's trust-worthy as well. So, you have no excuses on race day, but you won't be needing them anyway. Niner has extensive experience building in carbon fiber, and the Air 9 RDO puts the best of its construction on display. Starting with the Air 9 Carbon platform, the shape of each tube was designed to achieve the lightest possible weight. And this came in both the form of decreased tube diameters, a smaller bottom bracket shell, and slimmed brake mounts. The resulting changes cut over 200 grams over the already lightweight Air 9 Carbon. Furthermore, every aspect of the RDO's carbon layup was optimized in orderto remove every gram of unnecessary material. And despite its feathery weight, Niner is so confident in the strength of the Air 9 RDO that it backs it with a full five year warranty. At 1125 grams for the size medium frame, saying that the Air 9 RDO is light is like saying that a blue whale is just 'a pretty big animal.' It wasn't long ago that elite-level road racing frames were in that weight range, yet Niner hits this mark with a bike that's stiff at the pedals, and inspires confidence when you're pushing your limits. The 9x135mm QR rear means that finding replacements or upgrades is a piece of cake -- not that you'll need to upgrade, but it's always nice to have options. The PF30 bottom bracket shell enables the use of oversized cranksets for added stiffness. Better yet, it's backwards compatible with almost any style of crankset that you'd want to ride. You'll find a 31. 6mm seatpost, which means you'll also have your pick of dropper posts, if you're so inclined. Mounting a front derailleur is a simplified affair using a st... Read More

Ibis
$3,950.00 at Backcountry.com

If you want a killer bike at a wallet-friendly price, Ibis' Special Blend offers value rarely rivaled in the world of mountain bik...es, and the Ripley Special Blend Complete Mountain Bike upholds this tradition. In case you're wondering, it's the same Ripley frame that has had magazine reviewers and fast locals raving since it hit the scene, and it's dressed in a worthy blend of X-Fusion, Shimano, and Stan's NoTubes components. Time to see what all the fuss is about, without having to remortgage your house. When designing the Ripley, Ibis once again handed the suspension design over to Dave Weagle. Yes, the same Dave that brought the DW-Link magic to the Mojo. This time around, though, suspension linkages were the focus of scrutiny, as they are a main contributor to elongated chainstays. Mr. DW had his work cut out for him if he was going to retain the lauded characteristics of his original design in a compact package. What he came up with is a twin-eccentric system that's optimized for 32-34t front chainrings. It provides the same anti-squat pedaling efficiency and active motion that initially crowned Weagle as the suspension guru. While the eccentric pivot system seems complex on the surface, the reality is that the use of angular contact bearings and burly, yet decidedly lightweight, hardware makes it surprisingly simple in execution. The result is a durable system that uses standard bearings for serviceability. It's simple to disassemble and reassemble, with only a minute weight penalty. And while this is the first 29er Ibis, and the first to receive an eccentric suspension design, those aren't the only Ibis-firsts for the Ripley. Its carbon structure is also the first Ibis to use a micro balloon foam core. Forming monocoque carbon fiber structures without voids requires molds, both internal and external. And like the Mojo SL-R, the Ripley uses an internal bladder in order to create a smooth, joint-free layup. But, in tighter areas, where complex shapes are ... Read More

Ibis
$6,999.99 at Backcountry.com

In the realm of aggressive use trail bikes, there's arguably no bike more classic than the Mojo HD. So when Ibis gave it an update..., they dropped half a pound off the frame and increased the clearance to accommodate 27. 5-inch wheels. And here we have the Mojo HDR 650b XX1 complete mountain bike. With a bike this capable, it only makes sense to dress it in some of the finest components known to mankind, and this trail monster proves that Ibis agrees.The Mojo HD is already legendary, which is why Ibis chose not to mess with the geometry or the suspension on the HDR. Accordingly, you'll find the same DW-Link suspension design, which relies on parallel links to generate 130mm of plush, yet firm travel. And if that sounds like a paradox, let us assure you, it isn't. Dave Weagle is a bright guy, and as the namesake and designer of the DW-Link, he has a history of building some of the best performing suspension bikes on the planet. What that means for the HDR is that the suspension is designed to provide anti-squat in response to rider input. So, rather than relying on elevated amounts of compression damping to provide a firm feel, the suspension design does that for you. And since that allows for a lighter compression tune, the rear wheel is free to move out of the way of impacts. The result is a bike that smoothes out the roughest trails, while remaining firm when you get on the pedals. Like its predecessor, the HDR's front and rear triangle are built of carbon fiber, and employs a process that Ibis has been steadily refining since the first Mojo hit the scene in 2005. Those refinements have enabled Ibis to shave roughly half a pound from the HD, without sacrificing any strength or stiffness. And that's important, since the HDR is intended to be rallied down the fastest, roughest trails around. You'll find the same stiff aluminum links and head tube insert, so durability won't be a concern. As before, the rear wheel is held in place by a 142x12mm Maxle quick release... Read More

Juliana
$3,099.00 $2,498.99 at Backcountry.com

When it comes to stability, and long-distance comfort, the 29er full-suspension platform is the benchmark. With 100mm of VPP suspe...nsion travel to complement the fast rolling nature of its wheels, the Juliana Joplin Segundo complete mountain bike builds on its Terco stable mate by stepping up the component level of its build. This includes swapping Deore components in favor SLX along with a FOX FLOAT replacing the Recon fork found on the Terco. The frame, however, shares the same hydroformed aluminum construction and Santa Cruz's patented Virtual Pivot Point counter-rotating shock links that allow for a changing feel throughout suspension travel. While it's going to be slightly heavier than the carbon Joplin Primeiro, the Segundo's price is much easier to stomach. Before the transition of Juliana from a single Santa Cruz model to its own division, if you wanted to ride a female-specific VPP mountain bike, there were no options. You were stuck replacing everything from the bars and cranks to the saddle on existing Santa Cruz bikes in the hopes that fit wouldn't be an issue. Now, Juli Furtado is leading the division to provide you with bikes designed from the get go to be a perfect match to your needs -- with the holy grail of suspension designs. When sag is set correctly, the Joplin is extremely responsive to small- and medium-sized bumps. For larger hits that push it deeper into its travel, it becomes more stubborn, a necessity to avoid harsh bottom-out. It's also a crisp, efficient pedaler, even in the small chainring. The suspension is sprung by a light and custom-tuned FOX FLOAT CTD rear shock. Its three-position lever lets you select from distinct damping for the terrain you're riding -- Climb, Trail, Descend. Up front is a 15mm thru-axle equipped, 120mm travel, FOX FLOAT CTD Evolution fork. For the rest of the components comprising the Segundo, you'll find Deore cranks, along with SLX rear derailleur, shifters, and cassette. The wheels consist of a SRAM M... Read More

Santa Cruz Bicycles
$6,199.00 $5,269.15 at Backcountry.com

Carbon fiber has been a cycling industry buzzword for quite some time. This year, however, carbon has been living in the very larg...e shadow of 27. 5-inch wheels. And delivering truth to this is Santa Cruz's full embrace of this new standard. With trail bikes like the 125mm travel 5010 Carbon SPX AM Complete Mountain Bike, Santa Cruz is taking an aggressive stance on mountain biking's most aggressive platform. The SPX AM build dresses Santa Cruz's carbon frame with Shimano XT components, DT Swiss/WTB wheels, and FOX suspension in order to keep the price reasonable without killing the 5010's all-mountain sense of purpose. One of the biggest contributors to this is the rolling stock. Sure, within the gravity/park sect, stiff, nimble, and strong 26in wheels will continue to shine. Likewise, though, when the trail favors high-speed, flowing singletrack the 29er rules supreme. But, any riding between those extremes will see the 27. 5-inch 5010 Carbon's ability to dominate. A quick look at the geometry makes this perfectly clear. The 5010's chainstay length is only a quarter-of-an-inch longer than the Blur TRc, yet it's three-quarters-of-an-inch shorter than the Tallboy LT. Another key number is its bottom bracket height -- the 5010 is . 04-inches higher than the TRc and a quarter-inch lower than the Tallboy LT. This means that aboard the 5010, you'll enjoy that 'seated within' felling of two-niners, while retaining the nimbleness that would otherwise be lost to long wheelbases, high-center of gravity, and flex'y wheels. In fact, the 5010's wheelbase is a full-inch shorter than the Tallboy, and it has a trail-worthy 68 degree head tube angle. That's should be enough numbers to expose the playful, yet composed nature of the 5010. But, just as essential to that balance is Santa Cruz's carbon mastery. The 5010 Carbon uses a one-piece layup and curing process for the triangles, as opposed to assembling joints, which would require bonding, wrapping, or rivets. And, because ... Read More

Niner
$4,999.00 at Backcountry.com

We're living in a golden era of mountain biking. Never before have you been able to get a bike with all the technical capabilities... of the late 2000's World Cup DH race bikes, at sub-30-pound weights. And one of our favorite examples of this progress is the Niner WFO 9 4-Star Complete Mountain Bike. With a stellar SRAM package, from the X01 one-by-eleven drivetrain, to the EWS-winning RockShox suspension package, this is a bike that will gladly handle anything you throw at it. And while it's clearly optimized for going down, it's both light and efficient enough to make climbing a snap, too. When trail bikes are this good, we think you'll agree -- there's never been a better time to be a mountain biker. The WFO established itself early on as an immensely capable bike when ridden wide freakin' open, and the latest version will crystallize that reputation. For starters, Niner relaxed the head angle to 67 degrees, which puts it on the very-slack end of the spectrum for big-wheeled bikes. And while this change enhances the high speed stability, it was important to keep the WFO responsive across a wide variety of trails. Accordingly, the chainstays were shortened to a more moderate 17. 4 inches, and the top tube lengths have also been reduced by 20mm across the size range. This gives it a lighter handling feel, and keeps the wheelbase from getting unwieldy. Rounded out with a slightly lower bottom bracket, the new WFO has all the stability of its predecessor, with greater versatility. With a generous 150mm of rear wheel travel, the WFO is clearly optimized for descending fast in hairy terrain. But you may be surprised to find how responsive it is when you get on the gas. That's because of Niner's CVA suspension platform. Unlike other designs, CVA is optimized for the increased bottom bracket drop inherent in 29in-wheeled bikes, which helps to maximize efficiency. It tends to ride high in the travel, with a controlled mid-stroke, which keeps the WFO stable through rock ... Read More

Juliana
$2,599.00 $1,999.00 at Backcountry.com

Before the transition of Juliana from a single model to its own division of Santa Cruz, if you wanted to ride a female-specific Vi...rtual Pivot Point mountain bike there were no options. You were stuck replacing everything from the bars, to the cranks, and of course the saddle on an existing model in the hopes that fit wouldn't be an issue. Now, thanks to Juli Furtado's leadership, you can enjoy six VPP bikes, like this Joplin Terco complete mountain bike, designed with your exact needs in mind. The Terco aims to offer the most value of Juliana's VPP line by incorporating 29-inch wheels, an alloy frame, and Shimano Deore components. While it's going to be slightly heavier than the carbon Joplin Primeiro, its hydroformed aluminum top and down tubes warrant a much friendlier price, while still using Santa Cruz's patented counter-rotating shock link which allows for a changing feel throughout the suspension travel. When sag is set correctly, the Terco is extremely responsive to small- and medium-sized bumps. For larger hits that push it deeper into its travel, it becomes more stubborn, a necessity to avoid harsh bottom-out. It's also a crisp, efficient pedaler, even in the small chainring. The suspension is sprung by a light and custom-tuned FOX FLOAT CTD rear shock. Its three-position lever lets you select from distinct damping for the terrain you're riding -- Climb, Trail, Descend. Up front is a 15mm thru-axle equipped, 120mm-travel Rock Shock Recon fork. For the rest of the components comprising the Terco, you'll find Deore cranks, along with rear and front derailleurs, shifters, and cassette. The wheels consist of a SRAM MTH 746 rear hub and SRAM MTH 716 front hub laced to WTB ST i19 rims with DT Swiss spokes. Stopping those wheels are Avid Elixir 1 disc brakes. Aside from the Joplin's women-specific geometry, the Terco is also a proud recipient of a Juliana Segundo saddle along with a narrower and compact grip/bar combination that's optimized for smaller hand... Read More

Ibis
$2,899.00 at Backcountry.com

In 2005, when Ibis' modern Mojo first touched dirt, its pedigree wasn't what caused a stir in an industry dominated by beer-can fr...ames. An organic shape, progressive material choice, and extensive development -- which undoubtedly pointed to the future -- caused a period of high consumer demand and sent competitors scrambling. Like that Mojo, the 120mm-travel Ripley Mountain Bike Frame's six-years of development has kept the big-wheel club on their toes with anticipation for what this team of Californians are capable of. And, given the successful re-launch of Ibis and intelligent evolution of the Mojo into the SL/SL-R/HD line, 29er enthusiasts have just reason to be excited for an Ibis twist on the 29er FS platform. For starters, Scot Nicol's engineers set their sights on applying the advantages of larger wheels to a playful trail bike -- where they felt 29er merits are best applied. In order to achieve this, they needed a lightweight and nimble chassis that took advantage of all modern standards. With monocoque carbon fiber already mastered, the lightweight-chassis box was an easy one to check. But in order to achieve nimbleness -- a mystical trait for sprung 29ers that's easily lost to wheelbase-stretching linkages and front derailleur placement -- the team had to push boundaries. And to do that, they enlisted the help of a suspension specialist that goes by the name of Dave Weagle. Yes, the same Dave that brought DW-Link magic to the Mojo. This time around, though, suspension linkages were the focus of scrutiny as they are a main contributor to elongated chainstays. Mr. DW had his work cut out for him if he was going to retain the lauded characteristics of his original design in a compact package. What he came up with is a twin-eccentric system, optimized around 32 -34t front chainrings. This provided the same anti-squat pedaling efficiency and active motion that initially crowned Weagle suspension guru. One cause of the Ripley's extended development perio... Read More

Santa Cruz Bicycles
$5,899.00 $5,014.15 at Backcountry.com

With buzzwords like Enduro and 27. 5 floating around this year, we couldn't blame you if you're feeling a little bit cynical. But ...thankfully, we have the Santa Cruz Bronson X01 AM complete mountain bike to remind us that despite the hype, bikes are better than ever. With a durable aluminum frame and SRAM's new X01 drivetrain, you already know that it's up to the task, whether you're racing everyone's favorite newfangled event, or just chasing some post-work smiles. When you factor in the FOX suspension and RockShox Reverb Stealth dropper post, you're looking at a one-bike quiver that's ready for anything you can throw at it.While the carbon fiber Bronson holds onto the flagship spot, aluminum remains the best choice for blending value with durability. And with the alloy version, Santa Cruz's decades of experience with the material are on full display. Through the thoughtful selection of butted tubing, and artfully sculpted machined bits, the Bronson's frame is kept to a very reasonable 6. 8 pounds for a medium frame with a rear shock. And while it's roughly a pound and a half heavier than its carbon fiber counterpart, it gives up almost nothing in regard to strength and stiffness. That's thanks in part to the oversized 15mm collet-style hardware, and it gets better with the 12x142mm through axle out back. While the Bronson is decidedly aggressive in orientation, its Enduro racing focus means that exceptional pedaling efficiency is just as important as terrain-taming smoothness. And with the latest version of VPP handling the terrain, that's not a concern. It uses two counter-rotating links to achieve an optimal balance of firm pedaling and a smooth ride. Basically, the beginning stroke is controlled by the upper link, which starts the stroke in a high-leverage position for a supple ride over stutter bumps. As the suspension settles into the sag point, the lower link takes over control of the suspension, enabling the rear wheel to travel backwards, out of the wa... Read More

Ibis
$5,599.00 at Backcountry.com

If Ibis was to blindly follow industry trends, we'd have half-decade old Ripley's on the dirt. But, those bikes would have been lo...st in the extended list of long-wheelbase, four-inch-travel, full-suspension 29ers that are already crowding the bandwagon. Instead, Ibis stuck to its goal of eliminating the yawn-inducing handling and overly-stable traits that haunt full-suspension 29ers. Not surprisingly, Ibis was successful, and we now have the lively, 120mm-travel Ripley complete mountain bike with a Shimano XT build kit. Scot Nicol's engineers set their sights on applying the advantages of larger wheels to a playful trail bike. To do that, they'd need a lightweight and nimble chassis that took advantage of all modern standards. With monocoque carbon fiber already mastered, the lightweight-chassis box was an easy one to check. But, in order to achieve nimbleness -- a mystical trait lost to wheelbase-stretching linkages and front derailleur placement -- the team had to push boundaries. So, they enlisted the help of a suspension specialist that goes by the name of Dave Weagle. Yes, the same Dave that brought DW-Link magic to the Mojo. This time around, though, suspension linkages were the focus of scrutiny, as they are a main contributor to elongated chainstays. Mr. DW had his work cut out for him if he was going to retain the lauded characteristics of his original design in a compact package. What he came up with is a twin-eccentric system, that's optimized for 32-34t front chainrings. It provides the same anti-squat pedaling efficiency and active motion that initially crowned Weagle as the suspension guru. It's no secret that the Ripley is overdue, and one cause of that extended development period was due to fine-tuning the eccentric bearing system. In fact, Ibis concurrently designed two systems -- one exploring long-life, lightweight, and adjustable bushings, while the other used proven, but heavier, angular contact bearings. In the end, steel balls triumphed ... Read More

Ibis
$5,599.00 at Backcountry.com

If Ibis was to blindly follow industry trends, we'd have half-decade old Ripley's on the dirt. But, those bikes would have been lo...st in the extended list of long-wheelbase, four-inch-travel, full-suspension 29ers that are already crowding the bandwagon. Instead, Ibis stuck to its goal of eliminating the yawn-inducing handling and overly-stable traits that haunt full-suspension 29ers. Not surprisingly, Ibis was successful, and we now have the lively, 120mm-travel Ripley complete mountain bike with a Shimano XT build kit. Scot Nicol's engineers set their sights on applying the advantages of larger wheels to a playful trail bike. To do that, they'd need a lightweight and nimble chassis that took advantage of all modern standards. With monocoque carbon fiber already mastered, the lightweight-chassis box was an easy one to check. But, in order to achieve nimbleness -- a mystical trait lost to wheelbase-stretching linkages and front derailleur placement -- the team had to push boundaries. So, they enlisted the help of a suspension specialist that goes by the name of Dave Weagle. Yes, the same Dave that brought DW-Link magic to the Mojo. This time around, though, suspension linkages were the focus of scrutiny, as they are a main contributor to elongated chainstays. Mr. DW had his work cut out for him if he was going to retain the lauded characteristics of his original design in a compact package. What he came up with is a twin-eccentric system, that's optimized for 32-34t front chainrings. It provides the same anti-squat pedaling efficiency and active motion that initially crowned Weagle as the suspension guru. It's no secret that the Ripley is overdue, and one cause of that extended development period was due to fine-tuning the eccentric bearing system. In fact, Ibis concurrently designed two systems -- one exploring long-life, lightweight, and adjustable bushings, while the other used proven, but heavier, angular contact bearings. In the end, steel balls triumphed ... Read More

Ibis
$5,599.99 at Backcountry.com

Was it the tasteful shape, or the iconic names that quickly popularized the 2005 Ibis Mojo? In actuality, it was much more than sw...oopy lines and the resurrection of a respected, but bankrupt, brand. And like this Mojo HDR 650b/SRAM X01 Complete Mountain Bike, that bike pushed standards using advanced materials and designs to bring the mountain bike into the modern era. That's why it was such a success. And to keep that mojo going, Ibis' latest heavy-duty version sheds about half-a-pound from its bones, gains ISCG05 chain guide compatibility, and adds 27. 5-inch rubber to the party. This means that you'll find the same DW-Link suspension design, that relies on parallel links to generate 130mm of plush, yet firm travel. If that sounds like a paradox, it isn't. Dave Weagle is the designer of DW-Link, and he has a history of building some of the best performing suspension bikes on the planet. What that means is that the HDR's suspension provides anti-squat properties that are naturally resistant to rider input. Because of that, it allows for a lighter compression tune in the FOX FLOAT CTD rear shock, and a bike that's firm on the pedals yet incredibly smooth through the rough stuff. Like its predecessor, tying that shock to a 140mm-travel FOX 34 FLOAT CTD fork is a carbon fiber structure. But now it's a half-pound lighter, while also retaining the strength that made the HDR a favorite among aggressive riders. Ibis accomplished this by continually refining its production techniques and carbon layup. At the rear of the Mojo HDR, Ibis uses a 12x142mm Maxle quick-release thru-axle. The wheels you'll find occupying this HDR's SRAM X01 build are Speed Tuned XM hubs laced to NoTubes ZTR Flow EX rims. This means its 2. 3in-wide Pacenti Neo-Moto tires will balloon to their full traction-enhancing potential. Spinning the rear wheel is a SRAM X01 drivetrain with a 10-42t cassette, and a 32t front chainring that's on e. thirteen's TRS+ crankset. To provide reassurance whe... Read More

Ibis
$2,899.00 at Backcountry.com

In 2005, when Ibis' modern Mojo first touched dirt, its pedigree wasn't what caused a stir in an industry dominated by beer-can fr...ames. An organic shape, progressive material choice, and extensive development -- which undoubtedly pointed to the future -- caused a period of high consumer demand and sent competitors scrambling. Like that Mojo, the 120mm-travel Ripley Mountain Bike Frame's six-years of development has kept the big-wheel club on their toes with anticipation for what this team of Californians are capable of. And, given the successful re-launch of Ibis and intelligent evolution of the Mojo into the SL/SL-R/HD line, 29er enthusiasts have just reason to be excited for an Ibis twist on the 29er FS platform. For starters, Scot Nicol's engineers set their sights on applying the advantages of larger wheels to a playful trail bike -- where they felt 29er merits are best applied. In order to achieve this, they needed a lightweight and nimble chassis that took advantage of all modern standards. With monocoque carbon fiber already mastered, the lightweight-chassis box was an easy one to check. But in order to achieve nimbleness -- a mystical trait for sprung 29ers that's easily lost to wheelbase-stretching linkages and front derailleur placement -- the team had to push boundaries. And to do that, they enlisted the help of a suspension specialist that goes by the name of Dave Weagle. Yes, the same Dave that brought DW-Link magic to the Mojo. This time around, though, suspension linkages were the focus of scrutiny as they are a main contributor to elongated chainstays. Mr. DW had his work cut out for him if he was going to retain the lauded characteristics of his original design in a compact package. What he came up with is a twin-eccentric system, optimized around 32 -34t front chainrings. This provided the same anti-squat pedaling efficiency and active motion that initially crowned Weagle suspension guru. One cause of the Ripley's extended development perio... Read More

Ibis
$5,599.99 at Backcountry.com

Shimano's XT line has always been a noble workhorse that's also able to pull double-duty in a steeplechase, which happens to be a ...picture-perfect match for this Ibis Mojo HDR 650b complete mountain bike. A modern interpretation of the mountain bike, the latest Ibis is ready to tackle tough lines, yet it's light enough for competitive use. In fact, Ibis' latest heavy-duty version sheds about half-a-pound from its bones, gains ISCG05 chain guide compatibility, and adds 27. 5-inch rubber to the party. This means that you'll find the same DW Link suspension design, that relies on parallel links to generate 130mm of plush, yet firm travel. If that sounds like a paradox, it isn't. Dave Weagle is the designer of DW-Link, and he has a history of building some of the best performing suspension bikes on the planet. What that means is that the HDR's suspension provides anti-squat properties that are naturally resistant to rider input. Because of that, it allows for a lighter compression tune in the FOX FLOAT CTD rear shock, and a bike that's firm on the pedals yet incredibly smooth through the rough stuff. Like its predecessor, tying that shock to a 140mm-travel FOX 34 FLOAT CTD fork is a carbon fiber structure. But now it's a half-pound lighter, while also retaining the strength that made the HDR a favorite among aggressive riders. Ibis accomplished this by continually refining its production techniques and carbon layup. At the rear of the Mojo HDR, Ibis uses a 12x142mm Maxle quick-release thru-axle. The wheels you'll find accompanying this HDR's Shimano XT build are Ibis Speed Tuned XM hubs laced to NoTubes ZTR Flow EX rims. This means that its 2. 3in-wide Pacenti Neo-Moto tires will balloon to their full traction-enhancing potential. Spinning the rear wheel is a Shimano XT drivetrain with an 11-36t cassette and e. thirteen's TRS+ crankset that's supporting 24/34t chainrings and a bash guard. To provide reassurance when exploring the HDR 650b's limits, Shimano XT bra... Read More

Juliana
$3,099.00 $2,498.99 at Backcountry.com

When it comes to stability, and long-distance comfort, the 29er full-suspension platform is the benchmark. With 100mm of VPP suspe...nsion travel to complement the fast rolling nature of its wheels, the Juliana Joplin Segundo complete mountain bike builds on its Terco stable mate by stepping up the component level of its build. This includes swapping Deore components in favor SLX along with a FOX FLOAT replacing the Recon fork found on the Terco. The frame, however, shares the same hydroformed aluminum construction and Santa Cruz's patented Virtual Pivot Point counter-rotating shock links that allow for a changing feel throughout suspension travel. While it's going to be slightly heavier than the carbon Joplin Primeiro, the Segundo's price is much easier to stomach. Before the transition of Juliana from a single Santa Cruz model to its own division, if you wanted to ride a female-specific VPP mountain bike, there were no options. You were stuck replacing everything from the bars and cranks to the saddle on existing Santa Cruz bikes in the hopes that fit wouldn't be an issue. Now, Juli Furtado is leading the division to provide you with bikes designed from the get go to be a perfect match to your needs -- with the holy grail of suspension designs. When sag is set correctly, the Joplin is extremely responsive to small- and medium-sized bumps. For larger hits that push it deeper into its travel, it becomes more stubborn, a necessity to avoid harsh bottom-out. It's also a crisp, efficient pedaler, even in the small chainring. The suspension is sprung by a light and custom-tuned FOX FLOAT CTD rear shock. Its three-position lever lets you select from distinct damping for the terrain you're riding -- Climb, Trail, Descend. Up front is a 15mm thru-axle equipped, 120mm travel, FOX FLOAT CTD Evolution fork. For the rest of the components comprising the Segundo, you'll find Deore cranks, along with SLX rear derailleur, shifters, and cassette. The wheels consist of a SRAM M... Read More

Santa Cruz Bicycles
$4,199.00 $3,569.15 at Backcountry.com

If you've recently perused Santa Cruz's Enve/XTR spec'd offerings, the experience most likely involved a bout of sticker shock. Th...ankfully, though, Santa Cruz isn't an exclusive manufacture for the world's elite. Instead, you'll find that the 5010 Carbon's R AM build kit creates an accessible entry to the 27. 5-inch arena. And, if the fear of a diminished experience due to inferior parts is going to haunt you, keep in mind that this 125mm trail bike features respected Shimano SLX components. Additionally,it retains front and rear FOX Racing Shox suspension. But, components aside, the big news with this bike are its mid-size wheels and dedicated geometry. Together, they take full advantage of the rolling stock. A quick look at the geometry makes this perfectly clear. The 5010's chainstay length is only a quarter-of-an-inch longer than the Blur TRc, yet it's three-quarters-of-an-inch shorter than the Tallboy LT. Another key number is its bottom bracket height -- the 5010 is . 04-inches higher than the TRc and a quarter-inch lower than the Tallboy LT. This means that aboard the 5010, you'll enjoy that 'seated within' feeling of two-niners, while retaining the nimbleness that would otherwise be lost to long wheelbases, high-center of gravity, and flex'y wheels. In fact, the 5010's wheelbase is a full-inch shorter than the Tallboy, and it has a trail-worthy 68 degree head tube angle. That should be enough numbers to expose the playful, yet composed nature of the 5010. But, just as essential to that balance is Santa Cruz's carbon mastery. The 5010Carbon uses a one-piece layup and curing process for the triangles, as opposed to assembling joints, which would require bonding, wrapping, or rivets. And, because this process allows continuous interlocking fibers to wrap between tubes, the resulting structure efficiently distributes loads and absorbs impact energy. All the while, this process eliminates any excess material. As you might imagine, each size's dedicated tooli... Read More

Juliana
$2,599.00 $1,999.00 at Backcountry.com

Before the transition of Juliana from a single model to its own division of Santa Cruz, if you wanted to ride a female-specific Vi...rtual Pivot Point mountain bike there were no options. You were stuck replacing everything from the bars, to the cranks, and of course the saddle on an existing model in the hopes that fit wouldn't be an issue. Now, thanks to Juli Furtado's leadership, you can enjoy six VPP bikes, like this Joplin Terco complete mountain bike, designed with your exact needs in mind. The Terco aims to offer the most value of Juliana's VPP line by incorporating 29-inch wheels, an alloy frame, and Shimano Deore components. While it's going to be slightly heavier than the carbon Joplin Primeiro, its hydroformed aluminum top and down tubes warrant a much friendlier price, while still using Santa Cruz's patented counter-rotating shock link which allows for a changing feel throughout the suspension travel. When sag is set correctly, the Terco is extremely responsive to small- and medium-sized bumps. For larger hits that push it deeper into its travel, it becomes more stubborn, a necessity to avoid harsh bottom-out. It's also a crisp, efficient pedaler, even in the small chainring. The suspension is sprung by a light and custom-tuned FOX FLOAT CTD rear shock. Its three-position lever lets you select from distinct damping for the terrain you're riding -- Climb, Trail, Descend. Up front is a 15mm thru-axle equipped, 120mm-travel Rock Shock Recon fork. For the rest of the components comprising the Terco, you'll find Deore cranks, along with rear and front derailleurs, shifters, and cassette. The wheels consist of a SRAM MTH 746 rear hub and SRAM MTH 716 front hub laced to WTB ST i19 rims with DT Swiss spokes. Stopping those wheels are Avid Elixir 1 disc brakes. Aside from the Joplin's women-specific geometry, the Terco is also a proud recipient of a Juliana Segundo saddle along with a narrower and compact grip/bar combination that's optimized for smaller hand... Read More

Santa Cruz Bicycles
$4,199.00 $3,569.15 at Backcountry.com

If you've recently perused Santa Cruz's Enve/XTR spec'd offerings, the experience most likely involved a bout of sticker shock. Th...ankfully, though, Santa Cruz isn't an exclusive manufacture for the world's elite. Instead, you'll find that the 5010 Carbon's R AM build kit creates an accessible entry to the 27. 5-inch arena. And, if the fear of a diminished experience due to inferior parts is going to haunt you, keep in mind that this 125mm trail bike features respected Shimano SLX components. Additionally,it retains front and rear FOX Racing Shox suspension. But, components aside, the big news with this bike are its mid-size wheels and dedicated geometry. Together, they take full advantage of the rolling stock. A quick look at the geometry makes this perfectly clear. The 5010's chainstay length is only a quarter-of-an-inch longer than the Blur TRc, yet it's three-quarters-of-an-inch shorter than the Tallboy LT. Another key number is its bottom bracket height -- the 5010 is . 04-inches higher than the TRc and a quarter-inch lower than the Tallboy LT. This means that aboard the 5010, you'll enjoy that 'seated within' feeling of two-niners, while retaining the nimbleness that would otherwise be lost to long wheelbases, high-center of gravity, and flex'y wheels. In fact, the 5010's wheelbase is a full-inch shorter than the Tallboy, and it has a trail-worthy 68 degree head tube angle. That should be enough numbers to expose the playful, yet composed nature of the 5010. But, just as essential to that balance is Santa Cruz's carbon mastery. The 5010Carbon uses a one-piece layup and curing process for the triangles, as opposed to assembling joints, which would require bonding, wrapping, or rivets. And, because this process allows continuous interlocking fibers to wrap between tubes, the resulting structure efficiently distributes loads and absorbs impact energy. All the while, this process eliminates any excess material. As you might imagine, each size's dedicated tooli... Read More

Santa Cruz Bicycles
$3,999.00 $3,199.00 at Backcountry.com

Although the wheel-size arms race has largely overshadowed 26-inch bikes this season, we'll come right out and say it-- we still l...ove the Blur TR. The snappy handling of this slalom-inspired trail destroyer makes it hard to ignore, and the Santa Cruz Blur TR Carbon R complete mountain bike is a prime example of why. The FOX suspension, Shimano drivetrain, and hand built wheelset will faithfully take you wherever you want to go. For skilled riders who dream of responsive, inspired handling, the only downside is having to put it away when the ride is done.Santa Cruz's industry-leading carbon fiber construction is on display here. Both the front and rear triangles are constructed as a whole, rather than bonding them together from sub-assemblies. It does save weight, but the real benefit is maximizing the strength of the TR. That's because the fibers are uninterrupted by seams, which happens with other construction methods. If you were to cut it in half, you'd find that the inside of the tubes have the same perfectly smooth finish as the outside. That's thanks to construction techniques that maximize the compaction of the layers. Because any excess epoxy is squeezed from the frame prior to curing, and this ideal degree of compaction makes the frame as strong as possible. When combined with the oversized tapered headtube and 142x12mm through axle rear triangle, the TR Carbon is plenty stiff for the most aggressive riding, despite weighing in under 5 pounds with shock.At the heart of the TR handling is a highly refined VPP suspension. It's a suspension platform that's widely beloved for its blend of pedaling efficiency and trail-erasing smoothness. VPP employs two aluminum counter-rotating links to achieve this balance. If you're wondering how it works, the upper link provides most of the rotation as the bike compresses into the sag point. This yields a vertical wheel path, which you'll notice in the form of a firm feel during acceleration. As the bike compresses dee... Read More

Ibis
$5,599.99 at Backcountry.com

Shimano's XT line has always been a noble workhorse that's also able to pull double-duty in a steeplechase, which happens to be a ...picture-perfect match for this Ibis Mojo HDR 650b complete mountain bike. A modern interpretation of the mountain bike, the latest Ibis is ready to tackle tough lines, yet it's light enough for competitive use. In fact, Ibis' latest heavy-duty version sheds about half-a-pound from its bones, gains ISCG05 chain guide compatibility, and adds 27. 5-inch rubber to the party. This means that you'll find the same DW Link suspension design, that relies on parallel links to generate 130mm of plush, yet firm travel. If that sounds like a paradox, it isn't. Dave Weagle is the designer of DW-Link, and he has a history of building some of the best performing suspension bikes on the planet. What that means is that the HDR's suspension provides anti-squat properties that are naturally resistant to rider input. Because of that, it allows for a lighter compression tune in the FOX FLOAT CTD rear shock, and a bike that's firm on the pedals yet incredibly smooth through the rough stuff. Like its predecessor, tying that shock to a 140mm-travel FOX 34 FLOAT CTD fork is a carbon fiber structure. But now it's a half-pound lighter, while also retaining the strength that made the HDR a favorite among aggressive riders. Ibis accomplished this by continually refining its production techniques and carbon layup. At the rear of the Mojo HDR, Ibis uses a 12x142mm Maxle quick-release thru-axle. The wheels you'll find accompanying this HDR's Shimano XT build are Ibis Speed Tuned XM hubs laced to NoTubes ZTR Flow EX rims. This means that its 2. 3in-wide Pacenti Neo-Moto tires will balloon to their full traction-enhancing potential. Spinning the rear wheel is a Shimano XT drivetrain with an 11-36t cassette and e. thirteen's TRS+ crankset that's supporting 24/34t chainrings and a bash guard. To provide reassurance when exploring the HDR 650b's limits, Shimano XT bra... Read More

Diamondback
$2,800.00 $1,899.99 at Backcountry.com

In recent years, the 29er's popularity has led builders to continually refine the geometry in search of ways to maximize its poten...tial as an all-mountain bike. And while there's an pervasive logic that tells us that the larger wheel size limits extreme modifications, Diamondback has made a few notable changes to its 29er hardtail that's resulted in a slack and slung frame design. Its Mason Pro Complete Mountain Bike is now capable of more aggressive riding on the downhills, without punishing you on the climbs. The newly redesigned Mason Pro features a 6061-T6 Weapon's Grade aluminum frame with a hydroformed top tube and a butted down tube. And if your aluminum tech jargon is a little rusty, hydroforming is a process of shaping aluminum that allows lighter, stronger, and more rigid tubing to be formed. During this process, high pressure hydraulic fluid is used to press room-temperature working material, in this case, aluminum, into a die. Using this method, complex shapes, that would otherwise be difficult with standard solid die stamping, are enabled. Hydroformed tubing has a higher stiffness-to-weight ratio, which in turn, means a lighter, stronger bike frame. The butted down tube adds additional strength as the butting process removes excess material from joints which, contrary to logic, decreases stress. And because of the long 140mm travel of the fork, the top tube was designed to be low for greater clearance. A tapered head tube, direct-mount front derailleur, seatstay bridge, and a stiff 12x142mm vertical dropout were also included. To enhance the slack feel of the Mason, the FOX 34 FLOAT 29 CTD air fork with 140mm of travel was used. Add to this a 433mm long chainstay, and you'll see why you feel tight to the ground on the Mason. In fact, you'll also find that the bike is highly maneuverable in downhill and aired out sections. The head angle is 66. 5 degrees, which makes it easier to get the front end of the bike up and over obstacles that traditional... Read More

Juliana
$5,399.00 $4,398.99 at Backcountry.com

Carbon fiber, 29-inch wheels, and Virtual Pivot Point suspension is a combination that's satisfied the need of dirt worshipers for... close to a half-decade. But, if you were of the fairer sex, you were stuck changing multiple parts in the hope that a bike not designed with your needs in mind would work. Juli Furtado is making sure that this issue no longer exists with the Juliana Joplin Carbon Primeiro complete mountain bike. What was once a lone model in a sea of testosterone-fueled mountain bikes, Juliana is now a new division of Santa Cruz, led by non-other than Mountain Bike Hall of Fame inductee and multi-championship winning Juli Furtado. This means that each model meets her expectations -- not Joe Sixpack. If you take a look at the saddle, bars, and cranks of this Joplin Carbon Primeiro you'll see that they're sized proportionally for female riders. This allows you to enjoy the benefits of a carbon fiber 29er out of the box. One of those carbon advantages, aside from the obvious -- weight -- is it allows the frame to offer superior line-holding stiffness. The front triangle is constructed as once piece. Rather than have components produced separately, and then bonded or wrapped, the carbon fibers are continuous around tube junctions to distribute loads and absorb impact energy better. One thing that you can't see without cutting the frame in half is that it looks as good on the inside as it does on the outside. There's nothing there except smooth carbon, this actually prevents stress risers in failure prone areas of the frame. For that reason too, there are no riveted or bonded-on cable and hose guides--they're incorporated into the original layup. That layup provides stiff and solid mounting points for the latest generation of VPP rear suspension. The upper and lower links flatten out the shock rate and provide a more active feel to the early part of the axle path. The suspension allows the rear wheel to move up and back as you ride over a bump, and it ... Read More

Alpinestars
$99.95 at Backcountry.com

When the weather starts getting chilly or you just want the added protection of long pants, the Alpinestars All Mountain AP Pant W...ill take care of your legs with MTB-specific design and materials. Water-resistant fabric sheds water and dries quicklyStretch panels at the thighs add durability and allow an unlimited range of motionSide hook-and-loop adjustments for a custom fitZippered front pocket takes care of valuablesZippered thigh vents for added comfortHook-and-loop straps at ankles to keep your pants out of your drivetrainFit over knee pads Read More

Alpinestars
$99.95 at Backcountry.com

When the weather starts getting chilly or you just want the added protection of long pants, the Alpinestars All Mountain AP Pant W...ill take care of your legs with MTB-specific design and materials. Water-resistant fabric sheds water and dries quicklyStretch panels at the thighs add durability and allow an unlimited range of motionSide hook-and-loop adjustments for a custom fitZippered front pocket takes care of valuablesZippered thigh vents for added comfortHook-and-loop straps at ankles to keep your pants out of your drivetrainFit over knee pads Read More

Alpinestars
$99.95 at Backcountry.com

When the weather starts getting chilly or you just want the added protection of long pants, the Alpinestars All Mountain AP Pant W...ill take care of your legs with MTB-specific design and materials. Water-resistant fabric sheds water and dries quicklyStretch panels at the thighs add durability and allow an unlimited range of motionSide hook-and-loop adjustments for a custom fitZippered front pocket takes care of valuablesZippered thigh vents for added comfortHook-and-loop straps at ankles to keep your pants out of your drivetrainFit over knee pads Read More

Alpinestars
$99.95 at Backcountry.com

When the weather starts getting chilly or you just want the added protection of long pants, the Alpinestars All Mountain AP Pant W...ill take care of your legs with MTB-specific design and materials. Water-resistant fabric sheds water and dries quicklyStretch panels at the thighs add durability and allow an unlimited range of motionSide hook-and-loop adjustments for a custom fitZippered front pocket takes care of valuablesZippered thigh vents for added comfortHook-and-loop straps at ankles to keep your pants out of your drivetrainFit over knee pads Read More

Mountain Khakis
$69.95 $55.96 at Backcountry.com

Accessorize your 2-wheel lifestyle. A nod to our Wyoming heritage, Jackson Hole's own John Frechette handcrafts each and every Gla...ss Bison Buckle. The colored glass is cut, layered into design, then kiln-fired for up to 12 hours at 1400 degrees. Made using hand-blown glass. 1 belt loop. Buckle only, order MK Leather Belt separately. Packaged in MK canvas drawstring gift pouch. Made in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Features: Dimensions: 3 W x 2H Read More

Alpinestars
$99.95 at Backcountry.com

When the weather starts getting chilly or you just want the added protection of long pants, the Alpinestars All Mountain AP Pant W...ill take care of your legs with MTB-specific design and materials. Water-resistant fabric sheds water and dries quicklyStretch panels at the thighs add durability and allow an unlimited range of motionSide hook-and-loop adjustments for a custom fitZippered front pocket takes care of valuablesZippered thigh vents for added comfortHook-and-loop straps at ankles to keep your pants out of your drivetrainFit over knee pads Read More

Juliana
$750.00 $449.99 at Backcountry.com

Though some cyclists may dismiss certain wheel sizes as being gimmicky themselves, we think it's pretty safe to call an aluminum, ...hardtail, 27. 5 mountain bike frame like the Juliana Nevis a setup that doesn't traffic in nonsense. It's a simple machine with a simple goal: to go from point A to point B across cross-country terrain as efficiently as possible. The Nevis is a hydroformed aluminum frame built on the fast rolling 27. 5 platform, and its hardtail design completely eliminates the common 27. 5 complaint that the slightly larger wheels limit rear travel. That's because it (obviously) eschews any rear suspension to focus solely on cross-country speed, which many feel is a 27. 5's strongest discipline. The replaceable dropouts can be swapped for sliding ones for the occasional single speed dalliance or a full conversion to the power of one. The bottom bracket junction incorporates an asymmetrical forged chainstay yoke for maximum power transfer that doesn't skimp on tire and chainring allowances. The stout chainstays and shaped seatstays are a welcome and necessary addition in so far as they help to smooth out noisy trail surfaces. They also complement the tapered head tube for extremely responsive acceleration over multiple types of terrain. Unwieldy chainstays are another common 27. 5 complaint that the Nevis's geometry addresses. Its relatively short 17. 3-inch chainstays are less than half-an-inch longer than what's on the versatile Furtado frame, so the Nevis places your center of gravity closer to the rear wheel for a surprising amount of flick-ability. The stays are once again co-conspirators with the head tube, which contributes a 70. 5 degree angle for a compact, fast-steering front end that goes some way toward addressing yet another criticism of 27. 5s: that they lack the agility of smaller wheels. It also allows you to get into a powerful cross-country position, which is where the combination of 27. 5-inch wheels and a hardtail really shine. ... Read More

Yeti Cycles
$2,000.00 at Backcountry.com

The Yeti ARC Carbon Mountain Bike Frame isn't another uniform 29er. It is a technology driven, race-ready hardtail that also uses ...27. 5in wheels for Small and X-Small variants. Yeti's notorious for doing things right, and the fact they've designed the ARC with rubber proportional to frame size, is case in point. The idea of X-Large frames rolling on 26ers or X-Smalls on 29ers is quite skewed when a little logic is applied. Yet, manufacturers, remarkably, still insist on offering those options. When different diameter wheels are applied to a proportionately sized chassis, packaging and construction is much more natural -- and ride characteristics are enhanced for the end user. A quick look at the geometry difference between the 27. 5 and 29 ARC brings this to light. The ARC's geometry is nearly identical to the Big Top, not surprising given the expertise of Yeti and development of that frame, but there was never a Small or X-Small Big Top option. Yeti saw the issues with packing 29in wheels in compact frames and smartly stayed away. The Small and X-Small ARCs, on the other hand, enjoy the benefit of shorter chainstays, along with a lower bottom bracket and standover height thanks to the mid-wheel option. While this is great news to anyone who fits the X-Small and Small ARC Carbons, there's much more going on here to warrant the coveted, heritage-rich ARC nomenclature. Born during the lightweight trend of the early nineties, ARC stood for Alloy Racing Composite, and the frames were constructed from aluminum Easton tubing. Carrying on that tradition, this ARC drops nearly a pound and a half from the Big Top by employing Yeti's extensive carbon proficiency. This is Yeti's first full-monocoque carbon hardtail, but it's far from Yeti's first dance with the black weave. From carbon pivots to full frames, Yeti's stable has had some form of carbon fiber for the better half of a decade. The ARC's smooth lines, tapered head tube, and 12x142mm rear axle complement the un... Read More

Santa Cruz Bicycles
$3,999.00 $3,199.00 at Backcountry.com

Although the wheel-size arms race has largely overshadowed 26-inch bikes this season, we'll come right out and say it-- we still l...ove the Blur TR. The snappy handling of this slalom-inspired trail destroyer makes it hard to ignore, and the Santa Cruz Blur TR Carbon R complete mountain bike is a prime example of why. The FOX suspension, Shimano drivetrain, and hand built wheelset will faithfully take you wherever you want to go. For skilled riders who dream of responsive, inspired handling, the only downside is having to put it away when the ride is done.Santa Cruz's industry-leading carbon fiber construction is on display here. Both the front and rear triangles are constructed as a whole, rather than bonding them together from sub-assemblies. It does save weight, but the real benefit is maximizing the strength of the TR. That's because the fibers are uninterrupted by seams, which happens with other construction methods. If you were to cut it in half, you'd find that the inside of the tubes have the same perfectly smooth finish as the outside. That's thanks to construction techniques that maximize the compaction of the layers. Because any excess epoxy is squeezed from the frame prior to curing, and this ideal degree of compaction makes the frame as strong as possible. When combined with the oversized tapered headtube and 142x12mm through axle rear triangle, the TR Carbon is plenty stiff for the most aggressive riding, despite weighing in under 5 pounds with shock.At the heart of the TR handling is a highly refined VPP suspension. It's a suspension platform that's widely beloved for its blend of pedaling efficiency and trail-erasing smoothness. VPP employs two aluminum counter-rotating links to achieve this balance. If you're wondering how it works, the upper link provides most of the rotation as the bike compresses into the sag point. This yields a vertical wheel path, which you'll notice in the form of a firm feel during acceleration. As the bike compresses dee... Read More

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