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$325.99 at Bike Nashbar

SRAM XX1 11-Speed Rear Derailleur. SRAM XX1, built with a dedicated 1X design philosophy, is simply dripping with technology. Pair...ed with the XX1 shifter, the XX1 11-speed rear derailleur forms the backbone of X-Actuation technology for unbelievably smooth shifting action. X-Horizon technology keeps the chain gap constant across all 11-gears, providing fast and precise shifts, with its horizontal parallelogram design and pulley offset. By limiting all movement to the horizontal axis, this SRAM design is faster, reduces shift force and eliminates ghost shifting. The Roller Bearing Clutch reduces bounce and chain slap and the all-new Cage Lock technology makes the wheel removal and installation easier than ever before. Read More

$599.99 $749.99 at Bike Nashbar

Diamondback Recoil 29er Mountain Bike. Meet the 2014 Diamondback Recoil: a sweet dual-suspension rig sporting 4 of rear travel plu...s 100mm of suspension in the fork that's able to bounce back from the biggest hits you can dish out in the woods. What you won't be recoiling from, though, is the price which is easy on the bank account. The lightweight 6061-T6 aluminum frame is right at home on wide open trails or twisty, tight singletrack while its 29 wheels will have you rolling easy over any terrain. The 24-speed Shimano drivetrain has got you covered for the steepest climbs, flat-out descents, and everything in between and rest assured you can stop on a dime with the Tektro IO Plus disc brakes. Read More

$276.99 at Bike Nashbar

SRAM X01 11-Speed Rear Derailleur. Running a 1x11 setup without going bankrupt is a no-brainer with the SRAM X01 X-Horizon Rear De...railleur, plus it's chock full of trickle down technology from XX1 to give you fast, precise and smooth shifting. Straight parallelogram design and pulley offset keeps the chain gap constant across all 11 gears to increase shifting speed, reduce shifting force and eliminate ghost shifting. Roller Bearing Clutch technology reduces chain bounce and chain slap for fluid, consistent and reliable gear changes. Cage Lock technology makes wheel removal and installation easier than any other derailleur on earth. When paired with the X01 Shifters, this rear derailleur forms the backbone of X-Actuation technology for unbelievably smooth shifting. Read More

$132.99 at Bike Nashbar

SRAM X01 Grip Shift 11-Speed Rear Shifter. How can you not roar down the trail when you're rocking both speed metal and rolling th...under? Built with a dedicated 1X drivetrain philosophy, the SRAM X01 Grip Shifter features Speed Metal Shift Indexing, which provides faster, crisper and more accurate shifting, plus accommodates the tighter tolerances of the X01 11-speed drivetrain. SRAM 1X11 X-Actuation delivers precise and dependable 11-speed performance. Rolling Thunder Ball bearings deliver smoother shifts by eliminating friction and play while a lightweight aluminum cover protects the bearings. Jaws Lock-On Grips are interlocked with the shifters to stop slippage and increase bar control. Read More

$104.99 at Bike Nashbar

Speedplay Frog Cromoly Mountain Bike Pedal. The Speedplay Frog Cromoly Mountain Bike Pedal is an innovative design and unrestricte...d float changed the shape of clipless pedals and continue to prove that user-friendliness, comfort, and improved performance are all attainable in a simple, lightweight package. CroMoly axle. 255g. Speedplay Frog G3 cleat compatibility chart. Read More

$199.99 $369.99 at Bike Nashbar

Shimano Deore XT FC-M770 9 Speed Mountain Bike Crankset. This Shimano crankset is back and better than ever. 9-speed. Wt.: 875g.

$269.99 at Bike Nashbar

Shimano XT FC-M782 40x30x22t Mountain Crankset. Are you ready to graduate to a killer crankset that will increase your power and l...ighten your load? Everyone sings the praises of Shimano XT mountain components, and the XT FC-M782 Crankset will have you and your bike singing. Lightweight aluminum construction, and integrated driveside spindle, a carbon composite reinforced steel middle ring, and 40/30/22t gearing puts you in the position to attack technical inclines, to crank over rollers easily, and sprint like a race winner. Read More

$499.99 $749.99 at Bike Nashbar

Diamondback Overdrive Expert 29 Mountain Bike. The 2014 Diamondback Overdrive Expert 29er is extremely snappy which gives you the ...ability to easily get the front wheel off the ground; something that not all 29ers can be so proud of. An SR Suntour XCT MLO 29er fork gives you 100mm of travel with beefy 30mm aluminum stanchions for the perfect amount of cushion and support. A Shimano Acera rear derailleurs and SL-M310 shifters make shifting easy while the SR Suntour XCT crank set with a square taper bottom bracket will give you all of the power you need to make it up and down hills. Hayes MX5 mechanical disc brakes provide solid control and stopping power. Weinmann double wall rims with WTB Wolverine Comp 29x2.2 tires are agile in and out of tight singletrack corners. Diamondback signature alloy handlebars, stem, seat post and race saddle add exceptional strength and overall ride support. Read More

$394.99 at Bike Nashbar

SRAM X01 XG-1195 X-Glide 11-Speed Cassette. Wider is indeed better. The super-wide range of the SRAM X01 XG-1195 11-Speed Cassette... is designed to function synergistically with all the other X01 components, achieving what no other 1X drivetrain has before. Ranging from 10 to 42 teeth, the X-Dome technology delivers an incredibly wide gear range while optimizing gear steps across the entire range. The XD Driver Body creates a more stable hub connection and when paired with the X01 Rear Derailleur, this cassette keeps shifting action sharp, consistent and fast. Read More

$134.99 at Bike Nashbar

Speedplay Frog Stainless Mountain Bike Pedal. The Speedplay Frog Stainless Mountain Bike Pedal features grease fittings to extend ...bearing life. Quick dual sided entry/exit. 20 degrees of rotation makes this pedal very knee friendly. Stainless steel spindle. 250 grams a pair. Speedplay Frog G3 cleat compatibility chart. Read More

$674.99 at Bike Nashbar

Shimano XTR FC-M970 Hollowtech II Mountain Bike Crankset. This Shimano crankset features 44-32-22t chainrings. The M970 XTR cranks...et has a Ti/Carbon Fiber middle chainring /alloy inner and outer rings. Bottom bracket cups and installation tool included. 165, 170, 172.5, 175, 177.7, or 180mm. Read More

$599.99 $749.99 at Bike Nashbar

Diamondback Axis Sport 27.5 Mountain Bike. Gain all of the benefits of the 27.5 wheel size without springing for a mountain bike t...hat costs as much as your car. The Diamondback Axis Sport is built around a butted 6061 aluminum frame to strike a balance between light weight and durability. Add in a SR Suntour XCR-LO fork with 100mm of travel plus a lockout and this bike is ready to ride to the trails, tackle the gnarliest lines, and then keep you feeling fresh enough to ride home afterwards. Tektro's HDC-330 hydraulic disc brakes provide plenty of stopping power while the SRAM X.4 8-speed drivetrain offers more gearing options than you will ever use. The Axis Sport will take you wherever you want to go and leaving you wanting more after every ride. Read More

$699.99 $1,999.99 at Bike Nashbar

Nashbar Carbon 29er Mountain Frame. While you'd be correct in considering this sculpted, carbon fiber masterpiece worthy of hangin...g on your wall to admire, the Nashbar Carbon 29er Mountain Frame is most assuredly a trail-conquering rocket ship awaiting a test pilot to fully put it through its paces. The 3k carbon fiber construction is plenty light, plenty stiff and is a stealth black blank canvas awaiting the build of your dreams. We've dotted all the Is and crossed all the Ts with internal cable routing for front and rear shift cables (the rear extends through the top tube and continue down the right chainstay), the ability to run a full cable housing from lever to caliper for the rear disc brake, plus a massive bottom bracket shell ready to rock a PF30 bottom bracket. Buy it, build it, bomb trails to your heart's content. Read More

$174.99 $279.99 at Bike Nashbar

Shimano XTR 10-Speed Mountain Bike Cassette. It's tough trying to be the best all the time, but Shimano's been at it for years, an...d this year is no different. Introducing the new XTR. This Shimano cassette is 10-speed, and it features Dyna-Sys technology to give you smooth, reliable shifting, no matter what. The new 10-speed cassette has an alloy carrier and 5 titanium cogs to shave grams. The refined tooth profile optimizes shifting, and is perfect for use with HG-X chains and Shadow rear derailleurs. Read More

$249.99 $359.99 at Bike Nashbar

Nashbar AT1 Women's Mountain Bike. The Nashbar AT-1 women's bike has you trail ready at a cost that won't send you packing. The AT...-1 mountain bike sports goodies like 6061 aluminum frame with Suntour 50mm travel suspension forks that absorb shock and give you amazing control. Shimano/SRAM components and a 34 tooth cassette give the right gearing to get you up and down any terrain without wasting valuable energy. And with a super comfy saddle, the AT-1 is ready for a weekend on the trails or your favorite greenway!The women's specific geometry makes it more comfortable for longer rides. Read More

$599.99 $799.99 at Bike Nashbar

Diamondback Overdrive Sport 29er Mountain Bike. If you're a member of the declining population of riders who still hasn't thrown a... leg over a 29er, the Diamondback Overdrive Sport might just be the bike to push you off the fence. There's just no denying the rock-crawling, root-crushing power of a larger 29 wheel. Making the largest of obstacles the smallest of matters is a defining trait of these rigs. Throw decreased rolling resistance, increased traction when cornering, as well as improved ground clearance into the conversation and this 29er is sure to sway even the staunchest skeptic. First off, this lightweight aluminum bike is a climber and an obstacle-conqueror par excellence. At its core is a 6061-T6 aluminum Overdrive series frame boasting newly formed top and down tubes, a machined head tube, and forged drop outs for added durability. The ever-so-sloping top tube provides ample stand-over clearance while geometry-wise the frame is perfectly on target for making quick work of cross country and trail-riding endeavors with a 71 head tube angle and a 73 seat tube angle. The 390mm (15.4 inch) chainstays, too, ensure this 29er is extremely responsive and a flat-out joy to ride. The Overdrive Sport's 29 wheels give you a leg up when it comes to rolling over rocks, roots, and such but you'll surely appreciate the SR Suntour XCT-LO 29 suspension fork up front that ably delivers 100mm of travel for the perfect amount of cushion. Changing gears is a piece of cake on the 24-speed drivetrain with trusty Shimano derailleurs front and rear coupled with Shimano trigger shifters on the bars. The SR Suntour XCR SIX crankset features a tried-and-true 44/32/22t chainring selection and coupled with a wide-range 11-32t cassette on the rear wheel you've got the tools to both ascend like a mountain goat and stoke your inner speed demon on rip roaring descents. And speaking of bombing downhill, the Shimano BR-M395 hydraulic disc brakes and their astounding stopping power will let you rein things in before they get outta control. Weinmann is a renowned purveyor of quality rims and their SL-7 Doublewall aluminum model here on the Overdrive Sport provides peace of mind and trusty, predictable handling over any terrain. While wolverines are not something we recommend tangling with in the wild, we'll make an exception when it comes to WTB Wolverine tires as their slight tread profile belies its fierce bite. This fast-rolling, 2.2 width tire tackles dicey descents, flies across flats and devours steep climbs all day long. With such a bevy of awesomeness exuding from the Diamondback Overdrive Sport we wager it's a lock that this rig will boost the fun factor up to Mach 10. Read More

$249.99 at Bike Nashbar

Speedplay Frog Titanium Mountain Bike Pedal. The Speedplay Frog Titanium Mountain Bike Pedal is the lightest Mountain Bike pedal o...n the market. Includes grease fittings to extend bearing life. Quick dual sided entry/exit. 20 degrees of rotation makes this pedal very knee friendly. Titanium spindle. 205 grams a pair. Speedplay Titanium Pedals not recommended for use by persons weighing over 185 lbs Speedplay Frog G3 cleat compatibility chart. Read More

$229.99 $359.99 at Bike Nashbar

Nashbar AT1 Mountain Bike. The Nashbar AT-1 has you trail ready at a cost that won't send you packing. The AT-1 mountain bike spor...ts goodies like 6061 aluminum frame with Suntour 50mm travel suspension forks that absorb shock and give you amazing control. Shimano/SRAM components and a 34 tooth cassette give the right gearing to get you up and down any terrain without wasting valuable energy. And with a super comfy saddle, the AT-1 is ready for a weekend on the trails or your favorite greenway! Read More

$399.99 $699.99 at Bike Nashbar

Nashbar AT29 29 Mountain Bike. It's so easy to catch 29er fever with the brand-new Nashbar AT29 29 Mountain Bike. Whether you're l...ooking to hot dog it through the local trails, or catch up on your fitness, the AT29 is a machine engineered to be tough and designed to bring the fun. First off, let's talk about the AT29's frame. Its 6061 Aluminum tubing is the industry standard for mountain bike and road bike quality -- the only way to go up is to carbon fiber, which is a lot more expensive. 6061 is tough, light, and can be fashioned to give flex in all the right areas for superior control and riding comfort. Working in tandem with the sweet frame is a Suntour XCT suspension fork with a lockout lever and 100mm of travel -- that means you can speed over all kinds of roots, rocks, and obstacles and your front end will soak it up with glee. And when you have to ride on asphalt to and from the trails the hydraulic lockout lever on the crown is a convenient means to turn the fork rigid in terrain when suspension isn't necessary. The AT29 is also no joke when it comes to its component selection as there are plenty of industry leading brands throughout. Changing gears is a piece of cake on the 24-speed drivetrain with trusty Shimano derailleurs front and rear coupled with Shimano trigger shifters on the bars. The SR Suntour XCR SIX crankset features a tried-and-true 44/32/22t chainring selection and coupled with a wide-range 11-32t cassette on the rear wheel you've got the arrows in your quiver to not only scale the steepest of ascents without scorching your lungs and legs but also enough high end gearing to jump into warp drive on the way back down. And there's no worries when you need to drop out of hyper-drive as the Tektro Novella disc brakes are top notch when it comes to reliable stopping power in any conditions. The flip-flop aluminum stem and aluminum 680mm-wide riser bar ensure a perfect ergonomic fit and both are lightweight and dependable. Alex alloy rims are top quality and their DC19 model laced to 32-hole alloy hubs with bombproof straight gauge spokes inspire confidence and trusty, predictable handling over any terrain. Kenda Klaw XT tires sport aggressive knobbies perfect for digging in, cornering, and cruising with ease while the knobbies' wide spacing means they shed mud like a champion. Read More

$356.99 at Bike Nashbar

SRAM XX1 QF-168 11-Speed Crankset - GXP. One ring to rule them all surely applies to the SRAM XX1 GXP 11-speed crankset's lofty po...sition in the realm of 1x11 speed drivetrains. While intended for freeride, many riders are tapping into XX1 for its simplicity and effectiveness from all-mountain to cross country riding. Multiple chainring options (items SR-XX28, SR-XX30, SR-XX32, SR-XX34, SR-XX36, SR-XX38) allow you to tune your gear range and match your terrain, wheel size and riding style (chainring not included). Each X-Sync chainring fits a single, universal spider, allowing you to change rings without removing the lightweight carbon crank arm. Besides serious weight savings, the GXP bottom bracket transfers radial loads to the drive-side, optimizing bearing load and power transfer while minimizing wear. Read More

$346.99 at Bike Nashbar

SRAM X01 11-Speed Crankset - 94 BCD BB30. It's time to ditch that front derailleur and move to a 1x drivetrain. The SRAM X01 BB30 ...11-speed crankset, featuring trickled-down technology from XX1 plus the same sleek appearance, offers it to enduro, all-mountain, XC and trail riders at a more affordable price. Carbon crank arms are light, rigid, strong and optimize power transfer in demanding, off-road conditions. Five available chainrings (30T-32T-34T-36T-38T) let you tune your gear range, so you can match your terrain, wheel size and riding style (chainrings not included, purchase separately: SR-X30, SR-X32, SR-X34, SR-X36 or SR-X38). Each chainring fits a single, universal spider, so you can change rings without removing the crank arms. Read More

Mongoose
$219.99 $274.99 at Sears

Men's Mongoose Mountain Bike Puts You in Control as You Ride the Trails Biking the mountain trails is an exciting way to get outsi...de and enjoy nature, get exercise and find some excitement and with the Mongoose Saga 26'' Men's Mountain Bike you can take control of your ride like never before. This bike is equipped with everything you'll need to climb the toughest trails and the most rugged terrain. It's ideal for those who love to peddle their way over the top and traverse single track descents. With a dual suspension frame and Promax front disc brakes, the Men's Mongoose Mountain Bike maximizes comfort and provides efficient control in all types of conditions so all you have to worry about is keeping up with the ride. Sporting 21-speed Shimano grip shifters that make it a breeze to change gears while on the move and because of its sturdy frame construction, the only bumps you'll feel will be from the trail itself. The awesome sport of mountain biking is not for the casual rider, but for a serious, Read More

Kawasaki
$84.99 $99.99 at Sears

The Kawasaki Mono 12 Inch Boy's Mountain Bike brings out the adventurer in your little guy's heart. This is a great starter bike t...hat is durable and fun. ASSEMBLY REQUIRED. Read More

$239.99 $299.99 at Sports Authority

Get the dependable performance you need to take on tough trails with this TRAYL Passage mountain bike for women! An HL BRAVO suspe...nsion fork absorbs shock for a smoother ride, while alloy linear pull brakes offer superior stopping power. Innova tires also provide reliable traction. Get your TRAYL mountain bike today from Sports Authority. Read More

$699.99 $799.99 at Sports Authority

The Diamondback Lux Sport hardtail women's mountain bike delivers serious off-road performance, a great features package, and wome...n's-specific geometry. The aluminum alloy frame is lightweight and agile, and the SR Suntour fork includes a speed lock for those long ascents. The 27.5" wheels offer the low rolling resistance of a 29 with the nimble feel of a 26. Hydraulic discs bring the bike to a stop NOW. Read More

$749.99 at Sports Authority

With the K2 Factory 2.0 mountain bike, you'll ride with confidence on the toughest trails. The lightweight, sturdy aluminum frame ...features a 4-bar linkage suspension design, as well as a shock-dissipating fork with 100 mm of travel to absorb bumps and vibration. The Shimano drivetrain provides 27 gears controlled by trigger shifters to power up hills; Tektro mechanical disc brakes help you stop quickly. Read More

$699.99 $799.99 at Sports Authority

The Diamondback Recoil Comp full-suspension mountain bike is a 29er that's supremely suited for the trail. The larger wheels easil...y roll over obstacles, and the single-pivot design delivers shock-absorbing performance. Its frame is lightweight and strong 6061 alloy, and it's formed and fully butted for additional pound savings. Shimano RapidFire shifters switch through 24 gears, and Tektro disc brakes offer powerful stops. Read More

$124.99 $144.99 at Sports Authority

The Kawasaki KX20G 20-in girls' mountain bike is a good first mountain bike that's built around a low-profile frame for more clear...ance. A suspension fork helps to smooth the trail, and 6 speeds help to flatten hills. Read More

$199.99 at Sports Authority

Cruise around town or hit the trails with the Titan Pathfinder 26" women's mountain bike. The rugged steel frame is set up with a ...front suspension fork, adjustable two-tone saddle, and alloy wheels with all-terrain tires. Twist-grip shifters take you smoothly through the 18 speeds, and front/rear V-brakes provide reliable stopping power. Read More

$499.99 $599.99 at Sports Authority

The Diamondback Lux hardtail women's mountain bike updates the classic ride: it features a 27.5" wheelset, offering the nimbleness... of the original 26 with the obstacle-clearing capacity of the newer 29. The lightweight women's-specific alloy frame is quite nimble, with precise steering provided by a machined head tube. Hydraulic disc brakes give superior stopping power, and trigger shifters change quickly through the gears. Read More

$449.99 at Sports Authority

Go for maximum traction and less pedaling effort with the larger 29" tires of the K2 Shadow 9 mountain bike. It's crafted with a l...ightweight yet durable 6061 aluminum frame, a steel stem and handlebars, and an SR Suntour 65 mm suspension fork. The 21-speed Sunrace /Shimano drivetrain is controlled by SRAM MRX twist shifters and Promax DSK-320 mechanical disc brakes. Read More

$189.99 at Sports Authority

The Titan Pioneer is an affordable men's mountain bike that's great for entry-level riders. It features a steel frame and hubs, al...loy wheels, and an adjustable seat post and handlebars. The 12-gears are controlled via convenient thumb shifters, and steel side-pull brakes allow you to stop on a dime. Read More

$479.99 at Sports Authority

The K2 Zed 6.1 mountain bike is updated with larger 27.5" tires, which provide increased traction and maintain momentum better tha...n traditional 26" wheels. The lightweight 6061 aluminum frame is matched with a durable steel stem and handlebars, an SR Suntour 100 mm suspension fork, a Shimano /SRAM 21-speed drivetrain with twist shifters, and mechanical disc brakes. Read More

$549.99 at Sports Authority

Answer the call of the trail with the SYNC XCN 2.0 mountain bike. Built around a 6061 aluminum frame, it features an SRAM 24-speed... drivetrain with trigger shifters, Tektro Novela disc brakes, and an SR Suntour 100 mm suspension fork to smooth out the ride. The larger 29" wheels offer superior traction with less pedaling effort. Read More

$649.99 $749.99 at Sports Authority

The Diamondback Hook hardtail mountain bike is an all-mountain shredder that gets the job done. It's built around an aluminum allo...y frame, so it's both strong and lightweight, and the low-slung geometry is slack and progressive to tackle technical trails with ease. A RockShox fork absorbs the hits, and 27.5" wheels strike a balance between the nimbleness of a 26 and the roll of a 29. Read More

$249.99 at Sports Authority

When he's ready to go off-road, the SYNC Reverb 20" mountain bike is an ideal choice. The 6061 aluminum frame is highly durable wi...thout weighing him down; it features a Zoom HL suspension fork that rolls over roots and rocks with ease. The reliable Shimano derailleur and twist shifters control the 7 speeds for plenty of power, and the linear-pull brakes enable quick and easy stopping. Read More

$599.99 at Sports Authority

Go for maximum traction and less pedaling effort with the larger 29" tires of the K2 Shadow 9.1 mountain bike. It's crafted with a... lightweight yet durable 6061 aluminum frame, a steel stem and handlebars, and a RockShox 100 mm suspension fork. The 24-speed SRAM drivetrain is controlled by SRAM X4 trigger shifters and Tektro Novela mechanical disc brakes. Read More

$249.99 at Sports Authority

The men's Titan Trail 2.0 26-in men's mountain bike brings you all-terrain performance with a front suspension fork and a V-style ...braking system. It's set-up with a 18-speed friction gear system with thumb shifters. Water bottle not included Read More

$299.99 at Sports Authority

She'll be ready for the trails with the SYNC Reverb 24" mountain bike. The 6061 aluminum frame is highly durable without weighing ...her down; it features a Zoom HL suspension fork that rolls over roots and rocks with ease. The reliable Shimano derailleur and twist shifters control the 21 speeds for plenty of power, and the linear-pull brakes enable quick and easy stopping. Read More

$599.99 $699.99 at Sports Authority

The Diamondback Axis hardtail mountain bike updates the classic ride: it features a 27.5" wheelset, offering the nimbleness of the... original 26 with the obstacle-clearing capacity of the newer 29. Built around a lightweight and strong alloy frame, the bike is quite nimble, with precise steering provided by a machined head tube. Hydraulic disc brakes give superior stopping power, and trigger shifters change quickly through the gears. Read More

$179.99 $209.99 at Sports Authority

The Kawasaki KX26 26-in men's hardtail mountain bike is loaded with performance features like a shock-absorbing front fork, Shiman...o twist shifting, and front and rear MTB linear pull brakes. Read More

$164.99 at Sports Authority

The Seer is the most affordable mountain bike from Mantis . It features thumb shifters, 18 speeds, fat knobby tires, and linear pu...ll brakes, built on a "Y"-type frame designed to fit a wide range of rider sizes. Read More

$189.99 at Sports Authority

The Titan Pioneer is an affordable men's mountain bike that's great for entry-level riders. It features a steel frame and hubs, al...loy wheels, and an adjustable seat post and handlebars. The 12-gears are controlled via convenient thumb shifters, and steel side-pull brakes allow you to stop on a dime. Read More

$549.99 at Sports Authority

With the K2 Factory 1.0 mountain bike, you'll ride with confidence on the toughest trails. The lightweight, sturdy aluminum frame ...features a 4-bar linkage suspension design, as well as a shock-dissipating fork with 100 mm of travel to absorb bumps and vibration. The SRAM drivetrain provides 24 gears controlled by trigger shifters to power up hills; Promax mechanical disc brakes help you stop quickly. Read More

$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

$2,699.99 at Backcountry.com

When re-imagining its long-travel trail bike for 27. 5-inch wheels, Ibis refused to sacrifice the handling that popularized the Mo...jo HD. So, rather than reinventing it, Ibis chose instead to refine it by shedding a half-a-pound of weight, adding ISCG05 chain guide compatibility, and renaming it the Mojo HDR 650B Mountain Bike Frame. In other words, you get the same ride that's made the original a worldwide favorite, with a few subtle tweaks that bring it back to the forefront of its class. Basically, it's exactly like it was, only better. The Mojo HD is something of a modern classic, 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 in order 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 this 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 smooth out the roughest of 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 employ 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 also find the same head tube insert and stiff aluminum ... Read More

$2,999.99 at Backcountry.com

The Ibis Tranny 29 Special Blend Complete 2015 Mountain Bike is a cutting edge, versatile package that doesn't skimp on value. Sur...e, it's hard to believe, but there's no trickery to it, just a forward-thinking frame built with components that are functional, rather than flashy. And with a front triangle that borrows heavily from the Ripley, innovative internal cable routing, and plenty of other refinements, this is a bike that you'll be happy to upgrade over its years of steadfast service. The Tranny is molded as a carbon fiber monocoque in two separate sections. At the seatstay junction, the wishbone is effectively bolted into a double shear bracket on the back of the seat tube and is shaped to allow a small degree of radial movement. This allows for the chain-tensioning effect of the Slot Machine tensioning unit found just aft of the bottom bracket. As the name implies, there is a slot that allows the clamping hardware in the chainstays to have 15mm of fore and aft movement, and it's protected by a molded rubber sheath that blocks out dirt, keeping the unit creak-free. This range of adjustment permits tensioning of the chain when paired with a singlespeed drivetrain, which negates the need for an eccentric bottom bracket. And if you've ever pulled your hair out trying to silence a creaky EBB, you'll appreciate just how much of a benefit that really is. Pull the Slot Machine all the way forward and you can run the Tranny geared with short chainstays for razor-sharp handling in tight trails. But perhaps the Slot Machine's most unique benefit is that it allows the Tranny frame to be split into two units, making it much more compact when packing for travel. Admittedly, it's not a surefire way to avoid airline bike fees, but plenty of people have done so successfully by packing their Trannys in standard-sized luggage. For all its utility, the Ibis Tranny remains true to its race-proven roots. The low bottom bracket keeps it planted when railing turns, while the sh... Read More

$2,361.00 $3,149.00 at Backcountry.com

The Intense M1 was, for all intents and purposes, the first downhill bike that actually mattered. Sure, there were gravity bikes t...hat came before it, but the arrival of the M1 signaled the beginning of downhill racing's modern era. There's a reason that during the '90s, nearly all of the world's best rode M1s, barely hidden beneath their sponsors' paint jobs. The sport has advanced considerably since then, but there's no denying that the Intense M9 Mountain Bike Frame is in every way a deserving heir to the M-series crown. If you're willing to dedicate your life to standing atop the podium, the M9 is an immensely capable partner in your quest for glory. There's occasionally some confusion as to where the M9 fits in, with Intense's shorter-travel, larger-wheeled 951 getting so much attention, so let us clear this up for you. The M9 is built as a World Cup race bike, plain and simple. It's not built to be nimble at slow speeds, nor will it be particularly well suited to recreational bike-park warriors. Its aggressive geometry and longer travel is aimed squarely at keeping you in control when you're trying to shave fractions of seconds on the steepest, roughest race tracks on the planet. Part of the secret to the M9's ability to flatten terrain lies in its VPP suspension design. VPP employs two aluminum counter-rotating links, which allows it to eat square-edged impacts at wide open speeds, without sacrificing pedaling efficiency when you need to get on the gas. 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 deeper into the suspension, the lower link activates, moving the axle path rearward. The rearward axle path is key to letting the rear wheel travel out of the way of the high speed, square-edged impacts. The suspension is highly adjustable, giving privateers the option to fine tune the bike to t... Read More

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The Ibis Tranny 29 X01 Complete 2015 Mountain Bike is here, after what seems like an eternity, and we must admit that it's been wo...rth the wait. It takes everything that made the original Tranny such a smash hit and brings it into the modern age, but there's much more to it than just some bigger wheels. With a front triangle that borrows heavily from the Ripley, some innovative internal cable routing, and a host of other refinements, this is arguably the finest hardtail that Ibis has ever built. The Tranny is molded as a carbon fiber monocoque in two separate sections. At the seatstay junction, the wishbone is effectively bolted into a double shear bracket on the back of the seat tube and is shaped to allow a small degree of radial movement. This allows for the chain-tensioning effect of the Slot Machine tensioning unit found just aft of the bottom bracket. As the name implies, there is a slot that allows the clamping hardware in the chainstays to have 15mm of fore and aft movement, and it's protected by a molded rubber sheath that blocks out dirt, keeping the unit creak-free. This range of adjustment permits tensioning of the chain when paired with a singlespeed drivetrain, which negates the need for an eccentric bottom bracket. And if you've ever pulled your hair out trying to silence a creaky EBB, you'll appreciate just how much of a benefit that really is. Pull the Slot Machine all the way forward and you can run the Tranny geared with short chainstays for razor-sharp handling in tight trails. But perhaps the Slot Machine's most unique benefit is that it allows the Tranny frame to be split into two units, making it much more compact when packing for travel. For all its utility, the Ibis Tranny remains true to its race-proven roots. The low bottom bracket keeps it planted when railing turns, while the short chainstays enhance its responsiveness. With its unified carbon construction, this frame is optimized for stiffness and vibration damping. The front triang... Read More

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Quickly becoming a modern classic, the Mojo HD redefined mountain biking with a gravity-focused geometry, 160mm of travel, and a l...ightweight chassis. And keeping with Ibis' tradition of industry-leading innovation, the HDR builds on that bike's success by cutting a cup-of-lard from the carbon recipe. Impressively, Ibis accomplished this weight reduction without compromising the original HD's palette-pleasing handling. And like its predecessor, the HDR's front and rear triangles are built from carbon fiber, and employ a process that Ibis has been steadily refining since the first Mojo showed up on the scene in 2005. These refinements have enabled Ibis to shave, roughly, half-a-pound from the HD without sacrificing any strength or stiffness. Not messing with success, Ibis uses the same head tube insert as the HD, but it did tweak the lower-link. After a clever adjustment, the frame now gets ISCG05 chain guide mounts -- so single-ring enthusiasts will have tons of retention options. Additionally, the HDR has a 12x142mm Maxle thru-axle and the ZS44/EC49 Mixed Tapered headset. In keeping with the "don't mess with perfection" mantra, Ibis left the highly regarded DW-Link suspension design alone (minus the clearance enhancing lower-link). This guaranties the expected plush, yet firm, travel that delineates the Mojo's ride characteristics. And if that sounds like a paradox, let us assure you, it isn't. The HDR's 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 takes care of that. And since it 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's smooth on the roughest of trails, while remaining firm when you get on the pedals. The Ibis Mojo HDR comes with a Kashima coated FOX FLOAT CTD rear shock, and it uses a high direct mount front derailleur clamp, a 31. 6mm ... Read More

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