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$265.99 $159.92 at Kmart

The Polaris Ranger G.0 Full Suspension Mountain Bike is built on a sturdy steel frame. It has a beautiful paint scheme and perform...ance geometry make this bike really stand out. Featuring Shimano Twist Shifters and rear derailleur, aluminum rims and 21 speeds, this full suspension bike is ready for the trails. It has aluminum rims with 24 x 1.95 mountain bike tires, and also has a sturdy kickstand. The bike has an 18 steel, dual-suspension frame with steel fork. This Polaris Ranger G.0 Full Suspension Mountain Bicycle has all the power and control you need for any terrain. Read More

Huffy
$141.99 $107.99 at Kmart

Huffy Alpine 24 Girl's All Terrain Bike

Huffy
$262.99 $170.99 at Kmart

XMJ1279 Features Whether riding on roads or up mountains, the hi-ten steel 27.5'' dual suspension frame is easier to handle, more ...comfortable to ride, and reduces wear and tear on the rest of the bike Kolo suspension fork helps the front wheel soak up bumps and drops; with a flexible fork, the bike absorbs the roughness of the road so your hands and arms don't have to Knobby tires are durable enough for mountain trails yet strong and fast enough for street rides Age group: 12+ years Frame Color: Grey Frame Material: Steel Weight Capacity: 250 Pounds Dimensions Overall Height - Top to Bottom: 45'' Overall Width - Side to Side: 25'' Overall Depth - Front to Back: 67'' Overall Product Weight: 42.5 lbs Read More

TRAYL
$299.99 $239.99 at Sports Authority

Get the dependable performance you need to take on tough trails with this TRAYL™ Passage mountain bike for women! An HL BRAV...O suspension 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. Size: MEDIUM. Color: ICE BLUE. Gender: Female. Features Heavy-duty high-tensile steel frame HL BRAVO suspension fork absorbs shock from rough terrain Alloy linear pull brakes for superior speed management Lightweight alloy rims for a smooth ride Reliable Shimano derailleur and easy-to-use 21-speed twist shifters Innova tires for stellar traction and trail performance Read More

Mongoose
$299.99 $239.99 at Sports Authority

Mongoose 26 Status 2.4 Mountain Bike Rugged and ready for a day on or off road, the Status 2.4 is the ride you've been waiting for... to take on a full day of riding adventure, all built with the quality and heritage of Mongoose. This 21-speed mountain b Read More

Schwinn
$259.99 $207.99 at Sports Authority

Agile, resilient bikes that can be ridden easily on a wide variety of terrain thanks to responsive handling, large tires for stabi...lity and a comfortable but athletic riding position.Aluminum frame with big 29 wheels roll over everything Schwinn suspension fork increases control MTB riser handlebar for a comfortable riding position SRAM 21 speed Grip shift shifters with Shimano TX31 rear derailleur for quick gear changes Front and rear linear pull brakes stop precisely Schwinn alloy crank offers optimal gearing Alloy rims are strong and lightColor: Matte Black and Red Read More

Diamondback
$289.99 $217.49 at Sports Authority

Diamondback Bicycles 2014 Lustre Girl's Mountain Bike, Green - 20'' Lustre 20 Aluminum frame that is both lightweight and durable ...20 wheel, kid's mountain bike Trail XC 30mm travel front fork to smooth out bumps along the way20 wheel, kid's mountain bike 20 alloy wheels to keep up with mom and dad on the paths20 wheel, kid's mountain bike 6 speeds to choose from via easy operational twist shifters20 wheel, kid's mountain bike20 wheel, kid's mountain bike Get your little girl excited for some outdoor riding adventures with mom and dad by getting her a new Lustre 20 mountain bike. With 20 wheels, 6 speeds, alloy frame, suspension fork and alloy rims she will have the perfect reason to be outside. The Lustre 20 comes in 1 size and pink in color which is sure to get your little one motivated for a ride.20 wheel, kid's mountain bike Spec Subject to Change. Read More

Mongoose
$229.99 $183.99 at Sports Authority

Rugged, stylish and ready for a day on the road or on the trail, this Mongoose 26 Result Mountain Bike is great for riders looking... for fun and adventure, and built with the quality and heritage of Mongoose. Its durable, front shock suspension and aluminu Read More

Diamondback
$349.99 $262.50 at Sports Authority

HOLIDAY SPOILER ALERT: Because this item normally ships in its original packaging, it may be visible upon delivery. We apologize f...or any inconvenience this may cause. Read More

Diamondback
$249.99 $187.50 at Sports Authority

HOLIDAY SPOILER ALERT: Because this item normally ships in its original packaging, it may be visible upon delivery. We apologize f...or any inconvenience this may cause. Read More

TRAYL
$349.99 $279.99 at Sports Authority

Sleek and smooth, this Trayl women's TR 27.5-inch hardtail mountain bike will be your daily companion in the great outdoors. Its s...turdy 6061 aluminum frame stands up to wear and tear, and a padded seat provides a comfortable ride. The suspension fork has been improved to absorb 25% additional shock over rugged terrain. Size: SMALL. Color: WHITE/TURQUOISE. Gender: Female. Read More

TRAYL
$189.99 $151.99 at Sports Authority

Riding over rough terrain won't be a problem when he has this Trayl boys' TR 20-inch mountain bike! The Sunrace twist shifter make...s it easy to switch between the bike's 7 gears, and the alloy linear pull brakes give him plenty of stopping power. The bike's hi-tensile steel frame provides the extra durability it needs to head off the beaten path. Size: 20 IN.. Color: BLACK/BLUE. Read More

TRAYL
$189.99 $151.99 at Sports Authority

Riding over rough terrain won't be a problem when she has this Trayl girls' TR 20-inch mountain bike! The Sunrace twist shifter ma...kes it easy to switch between the bike's 7 gears, and the alloy linear pull brakes give her plenty of stopping power. The bike's hi-tensile steel frame provides the extra durability it needs to head off the beaten path. Size: 20 IN.. Color: Blue. Read More

Reaction
$199.99 $159.99 at Sports Authority

Your little gal will love hitting the trails on the Reaction girls' Scope 24 in mountain bike! It features a lightweight aluminum ...frame, with a steel suspension fork that helps absorbs bumps for better control. Easy-to-use twist shifters change through 18 speeds, and linear-pull brakes deliver powerful stops. A quick-release seat clamp makes it easy to adjust the saddle height as she grows up. Size: 24 IN.. Color: GREY. Features and Benefits Bike Type: Mountain Bike--A versatile bike designed for off-road riding; can also be ridden on the road. Quick Release Seat Post--Makes it easier for you to adjust the height of the seat without using tools. Free Wheel Hub--Allows you to pedal backwards without the brakes engaging. Kick Stand--A small prop that holds the bike upright when stored. Key Specs Model Number: RN1525151124 Bike Gender: Girls' Wheel Size: 24" Wheel Width: 1.95 Inches Number of Speeds: 18 Speed Shifters: Micro-shift twist shifters Front Derailleur: Power FD-10TD Rear Derailleur: Shimano Tourney Crankset: Steel; 152 mm Brakes: Steel linear-pull brakes Front Shock: Steel suspension fork Front Suspension Travel: 40 mm Stem: Steel; Threadless Handlebars: Steel riser Grips: Kraton rubber Seat Post: Steel Pedals: Platform Seat: Padded Read More

Reaction
$199.99 $159.99 at Sports Authority

Your little guy will love hitting the trails on the boys' Reaction Scope 24 in mountain bike! It features a lightweight aluminum f...rame, with a steel suspension fork that helps absorbs bumps for better control. Easy-to-use twist shifters change through 18 speeds, and linear-pull brakes deliver powerful stops. A quick-release seat clamp makes it easy to adjust the saddle height as he grows up. Size: 24 IN.. Color: YELLOW. Features and Benefits Bike Type: Mountain Bike--A versatile bike designed for off-road riding; can also be ridden on the road. Quick Release Seat Post--Makes it easier for you to adjust the height of the seat without using tools. Free Wheel Hub--Allows you to pedal backwards without the brakes engaging. Kick Stand--A small prop that holds the bike upright when stored. Key Specs Model Number: RN1525150124 Bike Gender: Boys' Wheel Size: 24" Wheel Width: 1.95 Inches Number of Speeds: 18 Speed Shifters: Micro-shift twist shifters Front Derailleur: Power FD-10TD Rear Derailleur: Shimano Tourney Crankset: Steel; 152 mm Brakes: Steel linear-pull brakes Front Shock: Steel suspension fork Front Suspension Travel: 40 mm Stem: Steel; Threadless Handlebars: Steel riser Grips: Kraton rubber Seat Post: Steel Pedals: Platform Seat: Padded Read More

Reaction
$199.99 $159.99 at Sports Authority

Give your little lady the right ride with the Reaction girls' Scope 20 in mountain bike. It features a sturdy steel frame, and sus...pension in the fork absorbs bumps for better control; knobby tires really grip the trail. A twist shifter makes it easy for kids to change through the six gears, and linear-pull brakes offer quick stops. As she grows, a quick-release seat clamp allows simple height adjustments of the saddle. Size: 20 IN.. Color: PINK. Features and Benefits Bike Type: Mountain Bike--A versatile bike designed for off-road riding; can also be ridden on the road. Quick Release Seat Post--Makes it easier for you to adjust the height of the seat without using tools. Free Wheel Hub--Allows you to pedal backwards without the brakes engaging. Kick Stand--A small prop that holds the bike upright when stored. Key Specs Model Number: RN1525151120 Bike Gender: Girls' Wheel Size: 20" Wheel Width: 1.95 Inches Number of Speeds: 6 Speed Shifters: Micro-shift twist shifter Rear Derailleur: Shimano Tourney Crankset: Steel; 140 mm Brakes: Steel linear-pull brakes Front Shock: Steel suspension fork Front Suspension Travel: 40 mm Stem: Steel; Threaded Handlebars: Steel riser Grips: Kraton rubber Seat Post: Steel Pedals: Platform Seat: Padded Read More

Reaction
$199.99 $159.99 at Sports Authority

Give your little man the right ride with this Reaction boys' Scope 20 in mountain bike. It features a sturdy steel frame, and susp...ension in the fork absorbs bumps for better control; knobby tires really grip the trail. A twist shifter makes it easy for kids to change through the six gears, and linear-pull brakes offer quick stops. As he grows, a quick-release seat clamp allows simple height adjustments of the saddle. Size: 20 IN.. Color: GREEN. Features and Benefits Bike Type: Mountain Bike--A versatile bike designed for off-road riding; can also be ridden on the road. Quick Release Seat Post--Makes it easier for you to adjust the height of the seat without using tools. Free Wheel Hub--Allows you to pedal backwards without the brakes engaging. Kick Stand--A small prop that holds the bike upright when stored. Key Specs Model Number: RN1525152120 Bike Gender: Boys' Wheel Size: 20" Wheel Width: 1.95 Inches Number of Speeds: 6 Speed Shifters: Micro-shift twist shifter Rear Derailleur: Shimano Tourney Crankset: Steel; 140 mm Brakes: Steel linear-pull brakes Front Shock: Steel suspension fork Front Suspension Travel: 40 mm Stem: Steel; Threaded Handlebars: Steel riser Grips: Kraton rubber Seat Post: Steel Pedals: Platform Seat: Padded Read More

Reaction
$199.99 $159.99 at Sports Authority

Hit the trails on the women's Reaction Scope mountain bike! It's built around an aluminum frame, with front suspension that absorb...s the big hits. Twist shifters run through 18 speeds, so you'll always have the right gear; powerful linear-pull brakes bring the bike to a stop. Riser handlebars offer a more comfortable riding position for long days in the saddle. Size: 26 IN.. Color: GREY. Gender: Female. Features and Benefits Bike Type: Mountain Bike--A versatile bike designed for off-road riding; can also be ridden on the road. Quick Release Seat Post--Makes it easier for you to adjust the height of the seat without using tools. Free Wheel Hub--Allows you to pedal backwards without the brakes engaging. Kick Stand--A small prop that holds the bike upright when stored. Key Specs Model Number: RN1525001126 Bike Gender: Women's Wheel Size: 26" Wheel Width: 1.95 Inches Number of Speeds: 18 Speed Shifters: Micro-shift twist shifters Front Derailleur: Power FD-10TD Rear Derailleur: Shimano Tourney Crankset: Steel; 170 mm Brakes: Steel linear-pull brakes Front Shock: Steel suspension fork Front Suspension Travel: 40 mm Headset: Riser Stem: Steel; Threadless Handlebars: Steel riser Grips: Kraton rubber Pedals: Platform Seat: Padded Read More

Diamondback
$349.99 $262.50 at Sports Authority

HOLIDAY SPOILER ALERT: Because this item normally ships in its original packaging, it may be visible upon delivery. We apologize f...or any inconvenience this may cause. Read More

TRAYL
$199.99 $159.99 at Sports Authority

This Trayl girls' TR 24-inch mountain bike delivers all-terrain performance in a sleek, durable package. The upgraded saddle featu...res even more padding for additional comfort, and alloy linear pull brakes supply superior stopping power. Sunrace twist shifters promise precise changes through all 21 speeds. Size: 24 IN.. Color: PURPLE. Read More

Huffy
$141.99 $113.59 at Sports Authority

Huffy Alpine 24 Boy's All Terrain Bike

Juliana
$5,999.00 $3,999.99 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

Ibis
$6,999.99 $5,599.99 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

Alpinestars
$99.95 $59.97 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 $59.97 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 $59.97 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 $59.97 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 $59.97 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
$5,999.00 $3,999.99 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

Continental
$64.95 $51.96 at Backcountry.com

From mud-slickened trails to stump-riddled runs, Continental's 29in Mountain King II UST tire with ProTection motors through muck,... yet rolls fast on hardpack. Beefed-up shoulder lugs improve cornering while well-spaced, and siped, center lugs ensure braking and traction grip. The center lugs are also placed in a tilted, diamond shape that resist deflection -- to improve speed retention on fast terrain. For durability, Continental added an additional layer that encircles the tire to guard against punctures, what it calls ProTection. This protection reaches wall-to-wall to resist damage all the way around, and it does not harden or reduce the dampening characteristics of the Mountain King II's proprietary Black Chili rubber compound. This compound is a refined synthetic rubber with nano-particles to create a formula that reacts to surface objects more quickly, improving grip. These particles also form a tighter bond to improve compound strength, lengthening tread life and reducing the chances that lugs will rip and tear. The Continental Mountain King II 29in ProTection is UST and comes in two widths: 2. 2 and 2. 4in. Read More

Juliana
$1,950.00 $1,099.99 at Backcountry.com

The Juliana Furtado Mountain Bike Frame -- which shares a geometry and material layup with its celebrated brother bike, the Santa ...Cruz 5010 -- is an easy front-runner on the favorites list of editors, reviewers, and riders across all factions of trail bike partisans. The Furtado's plush geometry, VPP suspension, and medium-travel CTD shock mean that it can handle just about everything a mountain throws at it, coming dangerously close to eliding the distinctions between trail and all-mountain frames. The nice thing about buying a frame is that you get to spec it yourself, so you're not limited by what the manufacturer thinks you should be on. Maybe you want a lighter, 1X crank rather than the stock triple chainring option that Juliana ships on the pre-built Furtado, but you love the above-mentioned proven geometry and industry-leading VPP suspension. Well here you go. Specing a bike yourself can cost a little more and be a bit of a hassle, but some cyclists enjoy the thrill of the gear hunt almost as much as the rush of hunting for a line on a technical descent. The Furtado is made of hydroformed aluminum, which is shaped and butted to place more material where it's needed, earning the modifiers lightweight with durable while capitalizing on aluminum's storied stiffness for efficient climbing and confidence on downhills. The rear triangle is shaped asymmetrically to account for unequal drive-side and non-drive forces. This prevents flex and ensures suspension motion is directed to the rear shock and not into flexing the frame, which would cause it to dog trot around switchbacks or across rock gardens. The Furtado uses Juliana's Virtual Pivot Point (VPP) suspension. VPP is a dual-link suspension model whose links move independently of each other for a suspension that basically moves the rear axle in different ways during different stages of travel. (We write basically because this is an over-simplification of how VPP works, but it conveys the general idea well e... Read More

Hero Kit
$119.00 $79.99 at Backcountry.com

Super Hero Extreme' might be very well be an overbearing string of superlatives better left to action packed Saturday-morning anim...ations of the 90s. But, given the amount of lightweight tools and essential gear in this repair Kit for Mountain Biking, you'll understand why Hero Kit went to this degree. What makes this kit different from the Super Hero is that it's lighter and more compact. That qualifies for extreme, right? This is achieved by replacing a standard tube with a Specialized Turbo, upgrading the pump to an ultralight model, and including a smaller Planet Bike top tube bag. The rest of the kit shares all the thoughtful features as the others. Not only does the kit provide tools, it also includes step-by-step instructions, too. This means that when your electronic gadgets are out of range or have chewed through a battery, you're still able to reference a 24-page waterproof manual of easy-to-follow instructions. Essentially, that's the extent of this kits thoughtfulness. However, it's much more than just a book and multi-tool in a plastic bag. First off, the included LokSak is a waterproof, highly-durable bag -- not something that you pack a lunch in. The Hero Kit also includes a multi-use wipe in order to spare your favorite sock from a dishonorable trailside demise. Some more commonly overlooked essentials are duct tape, cable ties, and an emergency contact card. Well, that covers personal and some mechanical aids, although, there's more to the latter. You'll also find that the Hero Kit smartly includes a gear cable, 9- and 10-speed KMC replacement links, a frame bolt, and a cleat bolt. If you've ever experienced the frustration of a loose cleat halfway through a ride, you're able to rightfully appreciate the last detail. As for tire repairs, the kit includes a Planet Bike tire levers and a patch kit, along with a Tyvek boot in order to repair torn sidewalls. Finally, the Hero Kit Hero Kit for Mountain Biking's multi-tool has 12 functions includi... Read More

Yeti Cycles
$2,000.00 $1,199.00 at Backcountry.com

The alloy SB-66 marked a change in direction for the boys in Golden, CO, as it was the first platform to receive Yeti's innovative... approach to suspension design -- Switch Technology. Developed to both climb and descend aggressive backcountry trails, the 152mm travel SB-66 Mountain Bike Frame represents the current direction of progressive mountain biking. Key to the SB-66's multifaceted ability is its distinctive Switch Technology, rear suspension design. Technically, it's a mini dual-link system. And while there're a number of iterations currently on the market, Yeti's application offers something a bit different. Switch Technology refers to the rotational movement of an eccentric housed in the lower pivot. Essentially it's a pivot within a pivot, with 12mm separating the centers. As the rear suspension compresses into its travel, the eccentric (and the pivot) rotate counter-clockwise as viewed from the drive-side of the bike. It moves this way through the first 100mm or so of travel to provide an anti-squat, neutral characteristic to the suspension. When riding, it feels as if the SB-66 has a built-in pedaling platform, and since it's a result of the eccentric, it doesn't rely on heavy compression damping. This gives the SB excellent traction and control on choppy trails. At the same time, the SB-66 is ready for larger hits. Once the mid-stroke is exceeded, Switch Technology changes direction and rotates clockwise. This keeps chainstay growth at a minimum for a reduced pedal kickback and lively handling on tight and twisty trails. It also ramps up the leverage ratio. For the most part, Switch Technology produces a flat curve, but once the rear suspension is pushed towards the limit, it firms up to provide a bottomless feel. There's another benefit as well. Since the bottom bracket, eccentric, and lower pivot for the swing link are all machined into a single, forged aluminum structure, they're in perfect alignment on every bike. This translates into a rear s... Read More

Continental
$64.95 $51.96 at Backcountry.com

From mud-slickened trails to stump-riddled runs, Continental's 29in Mountain King II UST tire with ProTection motors through muck,... yet rolls fast on hardpack. Beefed-up shoulder lugs improve cornering while well-spaced, and siped, center lugs ensure braking and traction grip. The center lugs are also placed in a tilted, diamond shape that resist deflection -- to improve speed retention on fast terrain. For durability, Continental added an additional layer that encircles the tire to guard against punctures, what it calls ProTection. This protection reaches wall-to-wall to resist damage all the way around, and it does not harden or reduce the dampening characteristics of the Mountain King II's proprietary Black Chili rubber compound. This compound is a refined synthetic rubber with nano-particles to create a formula that reacts to surface objects more quickly, improving grip. These particles also form a tighter bond to improve compound strength, lengthening tread life and reducing the chances that lugs will rip and tear. The Continental Mountain King II 29in ProTection is UST and comes in two widths: 2. 2 and 2. 4in. Read More

Hero Kit
$119.00 $79.99 at Backcountry.com

Super Hero Extreme' might be very well be an overbearing string of superlatives better left to action packed Saturday-morning anim...ations of the 90s. But, given the amount of lightweight tools and essential gear in this repair Kit for Mountain Biking, you'll understand why Hero Kit went to this degree. What makes this kit different from the Super Hero is that it's lighter and more compact. That qualifies for extreme, right? This is achieved by replacing a standard tube with a Specialized Turbo, upgrading the pump to an ultralight model, and including a smaller Planet Bike top tube bag. The rest of the kit shares all the thoughtful features as the others. Not only does the kit provide tools, it also includes step-by-step instructions, too. This means that when your electronic gadgets are out of range or have chewed through a battery, you're still able to reference a 24-page waterproof manual of easy-to-follow instructions. Essentially, that's the extent of this kits thoughtfulness. However, it's much more than just a book and multi-tool in a plastic bag. First off, the included LokSak is a waterproof, highly-durable bag -- not something that you pack a lunch in. The Hero Kit also includes a multi-use wipe in order to spare your favorite sock from a dishonorable trailside demise. Some more commonly overlooked essentials are duct tape, cable ties, and an emergency contact card. Well, that covers personal and some mechanical aids, although, there's more to the latter. You'll also find that the Hero Kit smartly includes a gear cable, 9- and 10-speed KMC replacement links, a frame bolt, and a cleat bolt. If you've ever experienced the frustration of a loose cleat halfway through a ride, you're able to rightfully appreciate the last detail. As for tire repairs, the kit includes a Planet Bike tire levers and a patch kit, along with a Tyvek boot in order to repair torn sidewalls. Finally, the Hero Kit Hero Kit for Mountain Biking's multi-tool has 12 functions includi... Read More

Alpinestars
$99.95 $59.97 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

Ellsworth
$3,395.00 $1,699.00 at Backcountry.com

Mountain bikers are often caricatured as beer-swilling, lowbrow versions of their skinny tire counterparts, uninterested in anythi...ng but the thrill of mud-covered, terrain-smashing lunacy. We contend that this is unfair, as many of us appreciate the multifaceted refinement of a bike like Ellsworth's Evolve Carbon Mountain Bike Frameset. The Evolve is not only handles terrain with confidence, but it also climbs well and has the cross-country speed pedigree of 29-inch wheels. It doesn't skimp on good looks, either, with Ellsworth claiming that it's a piece of performance art. We agree, and we've found that the best way to appreciate this particular piece is covered in mud while enjoying a cold beer after a maniacal run through a rock garden. The Evolve Carbon is built with Ellsworth's Force Vector Anisotropic Design, which translates into unidirectional Toray carbon fiber laid-up in varying shapes and wall thicknesses in order to strike a balance between weight and energy transfer while keeping the suspension system's pivot points aligned. In the rear triangle, the addition of CNC machined aluminum rockers and chainstays makes for an even stiffer drivetrain, and the single 12 millimeter bolt needed for each pivot assemble makes for a lighter, less complicated system. Fewer parts mean fewer issues, and you can ride confidently knowing that the part that is there happens to be the size of your rear axle. The semi-integrated tapered head tube takes advantage of the steep head tube angle for a stiff front end that elevates 29er steering to levels you'd expect from smaller wheels. Ellsworth claims that the Evolve Carbon's Instant Center Tracking (ICT) suspension is the most advanced suspension platform in the world. As it moves through travel, ICT keeps the instant center (or virtual pivot created by ICT's four bar suspension) as close to the chain force line as possible. In on-trail terms, this maintains a steady pedaling platform so your power is always transfer... Read More

Ellsworth
$3,395.00 $1,699.00 at Backcountry.com

Mountain bikers are often caricatured as beer-swilling, lowbrow versions of their skinny tire counterparts, uninterested in anythi...ng but the thrill of mud-covered, terrain-smashing lunacy. We contend that this is unfair, as many of us appreciate the multifaceted refinement of a bike like Ellsworth's Evolve Carbon Mountain Bike Frameset. The Evolve is not only handles terrain with confidence, but it also climbs well and has the cross-country speed pedigree of 29-inch wheels. It doesn't skimp on good looks, either, with Ellsworth claiming that it's a piece of performance art. We agree, and we've found that the best way to appreciate this particular piece is covered in mud while enjoying a cold beer after a maniacal run through a rock garden. The Evolve Carbon is built with Ellsworth's Force Vector Anisotropic Design, which translates into unidirectional Toray carbon fiber laid-up in varying shapes and wall thicknesses in order to strike a balance between weight and energy transfer while keeping the suspension system's pivot points aligned. In the rear triangle, the addition of CNC machined aluminum rockers and chainstays makes for an even stiffer drivetrain, and the single 12 millimeter bolt needed for each pivot assemble makes for a lighter, less complicated system. Fewer parts mean fewer issues, and you can ride confidently knowing that the part that is there happens to be the size of your rear axle. The semi-integrated tapered head tube takes advantage of the steep head tube angle for a stiff front end that elevates 29er steering to levels you'd expect from smaller wheels. Ellsworth claims that the Evolve Carbon's Instant Center Tracking (ICT) suspension is the most advanced suspension platform in the world. As it moves through travel, ICT keeps the instant center (or virtual pivot created by ICT's four bar suspension) as close to the chain force line as possible. In on-trail terms, this maintains a steady pedaling platform so your power is always transfer... Read More

Yeti Cycles
$2,000.00 $1,199.00 at Backcountry.com

The alloy SB-66 marked a change in direction for the boys in Golden, CO, as it was the first platform to receive Yeti's innovative... approach to suspension design -- Switch Technology. Developed to both climb and descend aggressive backcountry trails, the 152mm travel SB-66 Mountain Bike Frame represents the current direction of progressive mountain biking. Key to the SB-66's multifaceted ability is its distinctive Switch Technology, rear suspension design. Technically, it's a mini dual-link system. And while there're a number of iterations currently on the market, Yeti's application offers something a bit different. Switch Technology refers to the rotational movement of an eccentric housed in the lower pivot. Essentially it's a pivot within a pivot, with 12mm separating the centers. As the rear suspension compresses into its travel, the eccentric (and the pivot) rotate counter-clockwise as viewed from the drive-side of the bike. It moves this way through the first 100mm or so of travel to provide an anti-squat, neutral characteristic to the suspension. When riding, it feels as if the SB-66 has a built-in pedaling platform, and since it's a result of the eccentric, it doesn't rely on heavy compression damping. This gives the SB excellent traction and control on choppy trails. At the same time, the SB-66 is ready for larger hits. Once the mid-stroke is exceeded, Switch Technology changes direction and rotates clockwise. This keeps chainstay growth at a minimum for a reduced pedal kickback and lively handling on tight and twisty trails. It also ramps up the leverage ratio. For the most part, Switch Technology produces a flat curve, but once the rear suspension is pushed towards the limit, it firms up to provide a bottomless feel. There's another benefit as well. Since the bottom bracket, eccentric, and lower pivot for the swing link are all machined into a single, forged aluminum structure, they're in perfect alignment on every bike. This translates into a rear s... Read More

Shimano
$79.95 $55.00 at Backcountry.com

Shimano PD-M540 SPD Mountain Bike Pedals. Trickle-down technology from the race-proven, XTR mountain bike pedal for the entry to m...id-level rider. Read More

Open
$3,400.00 $2,699.99 at Backcountry.com

Watching the open O-1. 0 roll by is like seeing a Stealth Bomber fly overhead. You marvel at the visual experience, sure, but it's... the knowledge that you're witnessing one of the most technologically advanced machines of its kind in action that really captivates you. Gerard Vroomen, Andy Kessler, and the team at open didn't set out to dabble in the status quo, which required unacceptable trade-offs: strength for low weight, or stiffness for ride quality. Rather, they set out to break the mold. To accomplish that goal, they challenged conventional wisdom and adopted the mantra that every aspect of the modern hardtail 29er frame could be improved. The result of this relentless pursuit is the O-1. 0. They started with the material itself. There are many myths surrounding carbon fiber. One is that the more 'high-modulus' carbon fiber you use in constructing a frame, the better. The simple fact is that though high-modulus carbon is stiffer, it's also more brittle, and thus, weaker. So for the O-1. 0, open used stiffer, lighter carbon where it made sense, and stronger carbon where it was needed, like in the tapered 1-1/8 to 1-1/2in head tube. open calls this blended approach TRCinTRS, for The Right Carbon in The Right Spot, a tongue-in-cheek nod to the industry's love affair with acronyms. The result of the TRCinTRS approach was the creation of the lightest mountain bike frame ever to pass the German company EFBe's structural integrity tests, which are some of the most rigorous in the world. Another myth that open was determined to put to rest is that carbon mountain bikes can't have a compliant feel. One look at the O-1. 0's profile, and you'll notice that the tubing slims down from the front of the bike to the rear. The seatstays, in particular, are razor-thin when viewed from the side. The purpose of the slender tubing is to provide a little vertical flex in back for comfort without sacrificing lateral rigidity. The key phrase here is 'a little,' as open points out ... Read More

Ibis
$6,999.99 $5,599.99 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

Yeti Cycles
$2,000.00 $1,199.00 at Backcountry.com

The alloy SB-66 marked a change in direction for the boys in Golden, CO, as it was the first platform to receive Yeti's innovative... approach to suspension design -- Switch Technology. Developed to both climb and descend aggressive backcountry trails, the 152mm travel SB-66 Mountain Bike Frame represents the current direction of progressive mountain biking. Key to the SB-66's multifaceted ability is its distinctive Switch Technology, rear suspension design. Technically, it's a mini dual-link system. And while there're a number of iterations currently on the market, Yeti's application offers something a bit different. Switch Technology refers to the rotational movement of an eccentric housed in the lower pivot. Essentially it's a pivot within a pivot, with 12mm separating the centers. As the rear suspension compresses into its travel, the eccentric (and the pivot) rotate counter-clockwise as viewed from the drive-side of the bike. It moves this way through the first 100mm or so of travel to provide an anti-squat, neutral characteristic to the suspension. When riding, it feels as if the SB-66 has a built-in pedaling platform, and since it's a result of the eccentric, it doesn't rely on heavy compression damping. This gives the SB excellent traction and control on choppy trails. At the same time, the SB-66 is ready for larger hits. Once the mid-stroke is exceeded, Switch Technology changes direction and rotates clockwise. This keeps chainstay growth at a minimum for a reduced pedal kickback and lively handling on tight and twisty trails. It also ramps up the leverage ratio. For the most part, Switch Technology produces a flat curve, but once the rear suspension is pushed towards the limit, it firms up to provide a bottomless feel. There's another benefit as well. Since the bottom bracket, eccentric, and lower pivot for the swing link are all machined into a single, forged aluminum structure, they're in perfect alignment on every bike. This translates into a rear s... Read More

Niner
$1,799.00 $999.00 at Backcountry.com

While this frame shares the AIR 9 name with Niner's versatile carbon hardtail, that's about all they share. The AIR 9 RDO Carbon M...ountain Bike Frame - 2014 is an entirely different animal, and the RDO designation, an acronym for Race Day Optimized, clearly states this 29er's purpose -- to place you on the podium. Niner eliminated all excess on this frame and focused solely on making it as light as possible. For example, the rear brake mounts are now cleanly located inside the stays, which reduces the amount of hydraulic line needed, while making the AIR 9 RDO look lean and mean. Also, this frame does not use Niner's CYA bottom bracket system. While the CYA is renowned for its versatility, it added complexity and heft to this purpose built race machine, so Niner went with the lighter PressFit30 interface instead. The RDO retains the clean internal cable routing and titanium chain-slap protectors found on the AIR 9 Carbon. The AIR 9 RDO isn't just cosmetically and physically different; it's structurally different, too. 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, lay ups, and tube shapes to produce the lightest Niner to date. The RDO's fluid form is no accident, and is designed to dampen chatter and guide impact forces to the stronger parts of the frame. Chain torque goes directly to the rear wheel via the large bottom bracket shell and shapely chainstays, yet trail vibrations are quelled by the swooping seatstays. Niner ties the bottom bracket to the strength- and precision-enhancing tapered head tube via a large down tube to ensure the frame tracks true and responds to every input. Niner recommends an 80 to 100mm suspension fork, or a rigid unit with a 470mm axle to crown length and 45mm offset. Perhaps not coincidentally, their award-winning carbon fork shares those exact dimensions. The tapered head tube comes equipped with a... Read More

Niner
$1,799.00 $999.00 at Backcountry.com

While this frame shares the AIR 9 name with Niner's versatile carbon hardtail, that's about all they share. The AIR 9 RDO Carbon M...ountain Bike Frame - 2014 is an entirely different animal, and the RDO designation, an acronym for Race Day Optimized, clearly states this 29er's purpose -- to place you on the podium. Niner eliminated all excess on this frame and focused solely on making it as light as possible. For example, the rear brake mounts are now cleanly located inside the stays, which reduces the amount of hydraulic line needed, while making the AIR 9 RDO look lean and mean. Also, this frame does not use Niner's CYA bottom bracket system. While the CYA is renowned for its versatility, it added complexity and heft to this purpose built race machine, so Niner went with the lighter PressFit30 interface instead. The RDO retains the clean internal cable routing and titanium chain-slap protectors found on the AIR 9 Carbon. The AIR 9 RDO isn't just cosmetically and physically different; it's structurally different, too. 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, lay ups, and tube shapes to produce the lightest Niner to date. The RDO's fluid form is no accident, and is designed to dampen chatter and guide impact forces to the stronger parts of the frame. Chain torque goes directly to the rear wheel via the large bottom bracket shell and shapely chainstays, yet trail vibrations are quelled by the swooping seatstays. Niner ties the bottom bracket to the strength- and precision-enhancing tapered head tube via a large down tube to ensure the frame tracks true and responds to every input. Niner recommends an 80 to 100mm suspension fork, or a rigid unit with a 470mm axle to crown length and 45mm offset. Perhaps not coincidentally, their award-winning carbon fork shares those exact dimensions. The tapered head tube comes equipped with a... Read More

Niner
$2,299.00 $1,599.00 at Backcountry.com

The fact that the Jet 9 Carbon Mountain Bike Frame isn't the top of Niner's line carries a distinct benefit: you don't have to pay... the pole-position tax levied against the RDO frames, but you still enjoy Niner's race-ready efficiency and unrivaled 29er suspension platform. The Jet 9 Carbon shares the same monocoque front triangle with tapered head tube as the RDO -- including the PF30 PressFit bottom bracket, eight oversized cartridge bearings, and cleanly routed internal cables. That's where the similarities end, and the JET 9 Carbon takes on an existence all of its own. The rear triangle uses a similar carbon layup as the front, but Instead of carbon links, the JET 9 gets stiff, forged alloy ones. It also ditches the 12x142mm rear thru-axle in favor of 10x135mm quick-release standard. These measures reduce weight, without sacrificing anything to the handling deities. While the industry-wide love of 29ers has sent some manufacturers into R&D purgatory in order to find a solution to full suspension/29er compatibility issues, Niner has been sitting pretty for some time with its 100 millimeters of CVA travel. The CVA suspension's lower link sits below the bottom bracket, which puts bike's virtual instant center ahead of the drivetrain and effectively isolates the drivetrain from the rear triangle. When you press on the pedals, nothing's lost to compressing the suspension, and you won't suffer kickback from chainstay growth when taking advantage of the 29er's ability to push on through rock gardens. The CVA design also boasts stubby chainstays, which goes some way toward addressing the blocky handling issues usually associated with 29ers. The Jet 9 Carbon enjoys both the free-rolling, stable abandon of those big 29er contact points and an ability to negotiate tight switchbacks and technical stretches that's more in line with 27. 5s. While climbing, it labors pleasantly with little complaint and virtually no bob. While we know and like plenty of Bobs off the bi... Read More

Ibis
$5,599.99 $4,479.99 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
$5,599.99 $4,479.99 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

Fizik
$150.00 $119.95 at Sierra Trading Post

Handmade in Italy specifically for 29andquot; wheel bikes, Fizikand#39;s Thar K:ium mountain bike saddle offers plentiful rail adj...ustability to allow for a compact seating position. Available Colors: BLACK, BLACK/RED. Read More

Fizik
$150.00 $119.95 at Sierra Trading Post

Handmade in Italy specifically for 29andquot; wheel bikes, Fizikand#39;s Thar K:ium mountain bike saddle offers plentiful rail adj...ustability to allow for a compact seating position. Available Colors: BLACK, BLACK/RED. Read More

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