Scooters, Bikes, & Boards

Children love the thrill of zipping around in a toy vehicle. Help your toddler feel the rush of motion indoors or out with a durable wagon, rocking horse, or tricycle. As your little one gets a bit older, she can graduate to a pedal car and, eventually, a battery-powered vehicle.

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KENT
$109.99

The KENT Boys' Action Zone 18 Bike features a sturdy, low-profile steel frame and coaster and linear pull brakes. Available at Aca...demy Sports + Outdoors. read more

Raskullz
$29.99

The Raskullz Girls' Sparklez Loud Cloud Bicycle Helmet features a shock-absorbing EPS shell and aerodynamic vents. Available at Ac...ademy Sports + Outdoors. read more

RollerDerby
$49.99

The Roller Derby Boys' Cobra Adjustable In-Line Skates feature push-button size adjustment and cam-lever buckles. Available at Aca...demy Sports + Outdoors. read more

Razor
$134.04 $69.20

The Blue Razor RipRider 360 Ride-On gives boys and girls a reason to spend more time outdoors. This battery-operated toy has a low...-to-the-ground seat that brings a child up close and personal with the road surface. It is a slick three-wheeler that can... read more

Razor
$299.99 $249.00

Scoot around town around in style on the slim and stylish Razor E300S Seated Electric Scooter. This electric scooter features a la...rge deck with an adjustable frame, so you can stand up while riding. Thanks to its high-performing yet ultra-quiet... read more

Step2
$89.99 $67.49

The Step2 All-Around Wagon is a multi-functional toy for nearly every use. It can accommodate up to two little riders with a weigh...t capacity of up to 75 lbs. It features versatile seats that can flip into a flat bed, a seat or a table. That way,... read more

Bell
$24.99

The Bell Youth Banter Bicycle Helmet features ventilated Fusion construction and the True Fit system. Available at Academy Sports ...+ Outdoors. read more

RollerDerby
$27.99 $24.99

The Roller Derby Girls' FireStar Roller Skates feature padded collars and boots and toe-stop brakes. Available at Academy Sports +... Outdoors. read more

Ventura
$10.99

Let people know that you are cruising on by with this large ding-dong bike bell from Ventura. Chrome-plated steel bell Ding-dong s...ound 80 mm. bell Manufacturer's 90-day limited warrantyFor warranty information please click here Model no. 420302 Size: Onesize. Color: Grey. Gender: Unisex. Age Group: Adult. read more

Roller Derby
$94.99

Glide confidently with these Roller Derby women's inline skates. Memory foam padding Cam-lever buckle with power strap 80mm Pro Se...ries wheels Bevo Abec 9 bearings Aluminum tri-coil frame Manufacturer's 90-day limited warrantyFor warranty information please click here Size: 10. Color: Multicolor. Gender: Female. Age Group: Adult. Material: Foam/Aluminum. read more

BodySolid
$549.99

The Body-Solid Best Fitness Indoor Training Bike features a 40 lb. flywheel and a chain-drive system. Available at Academy Sports ...+ Outdoors. read more

Schwinn
$249.99

The Schwinn Adults' Volare 1200 700c 21-Speed Flat Bar Road Bike features an aluminum fitness frame and alloy linear pull brakes. ...Available at Academy Sports + Outdoors. read more

Huffy
$119.99

The Huffy Boys' Stoked 3.0 20 6-Speed Bicycle features big 20 x 2.8 knobby tires and a 6-speed index shifter. Available at Academy... Sports + Outdoors. read more

Kinderfeets
$109.99

The Kinderfeets Kids' Chalk Balance Bicycle is a wooden balance bike with footpegs and a fixed saddle. Available at Academy Sports... + Outdoors. read more

Kinderfeets
$109.99

The Kinderfeets Kids' Chalk Balance Bicycle is a wooden balance bike with footpegs and a fixed saddle. Available at Academy Sports... + Outdoors. read more

Kinderfeets
$109.99

The Kinderfeets Kids' Chalk Balance Bicycle is a wooden balance bike with footpegs and a fixed saddle. Available at Academy Sports... + Outdoors. read more

Kinderfeets
$109.99

The Kinderfeets Kids' Chalk Balance Bicycle is a wooden balance bike with footpegs and a fixed saddle. Available at Academy Sports... + Outdoors. read more

Santa Cruz Bicycles
$3899.00

Some cyclists are still a bit leery of carbon frames' longevity on the ragged edge, but the frame at the heart of Santa Cruz's Bro...nson S Complete Mountain Bike has proven time and again to be capable of all-mountain hammer-dropping equal to Olympus itself. Since this Bronson's frame is built from alloy, the much-lauded enduro geometry doesn't come with the carbon version's eye-watering, Olympian price tag. Despite that, it does come with all the 2. 0 model tweaks that have earned so much praise since they were rolled out last year. The slacker, longer, Boostier frame is paired here with SRAM's GX componentry, a Neptune-worthy Pike fork, and a Herculean Reverb Stealth dropper--all of which hover near the top of our list for navigating the Scylla and Charybdis of steep rock gardens and big-hit log roll overs. Of the body of geometry tweaks, the most impressive alteration may be the head tube, which slacks out by an extra tick on the protractor to drop from 67 to 66 degrees. This change is complemented with a corresponding increase in top tube length, a lower bottom bracket, and a raised lower link--a combination that allows for short-stemmed, point-and-click confidence while traversing lines and dropping steps that would cause even the previous Bronson to hesitate. Conversely, the Bronson 2. 0's seat tube gets steeper by almost a full degree in order to better position the engine (read: your hips) up over the Race Face crankset. The revised geometry keeps you on top of the pedal stroke, and relocated links allow for a shorter chainstay, which makes for more power transferring efficiency. The back end is further stiffened with the new 12 x 148mm axle standard, ensuring that the extra watts produced by the improved pedaling position and shorter chainstays aren't lost to wheel flex. Despite its slacker head tube and longer geometry, the back end changes help the Bronson 2. 0 pop over cruxes and maintain diesel speed during hardpack odysseys. The Bronson 2. 0's VPP s... read more

Santa Cruz Bicycles
$4599.00

Santa Cruz's mid-2016 revamp of its much-loved 5010 saw it come back longer, lower, and slacker than its 1. 0 predecessor for conf...ident handling on bigger lines than you thought possible. The 2017 Santa Cruz 5010 2. 0 Carbon S Complete Mountain Bike sees those updates extended into this model year with an outfit of SRAM GX componentry, hydraulic brakes, and 130mm of smooth front and rear travel to carry big speed through gnarly terrain.The redesign that unveiled the 5010 2. 0 is so pervasive that it touches on virtually every important frame dimension, with the biggest change coming in the head tube angle. The front end slacks out a full degree, dropping from 68 to 67 in a move that brings it in line with the previous Bronson model. The frame's reach and bottom bracket follow suit, with the former stretching out and the latter dropping slightly. Capping things off with a short stem helps preserve steering while taking advantage of that slack aggression.The rear triangle tightens up for more pedaling efficiency and cockpit versatility with a steeper, longer, and wider seat tube, which benefits both the ups and downs of all-mountain riding. While grinding over the crux of a climb or crushing speed on singletrack, the steeper angle nets a more efficient pedaling posture, making it easier to stay on top of the pedal stroke. The new seat tube also accommodates a longer dropper post, giving more freedom for saddle height on descents. While climbing, stubbier chainstays contribute to transferring power more efficiently, and Boost axle spacing maintains a stiffer wheelset.The Virtual Pivot Point 3 (VPP3) also got hit by the redesign hammer. Where the old suspension curve described a deep "U," VPP3's curve resembles a flattened check mark, with less dramatic ramping at either end of the travel arc. The results are that, during the initial stroke, VPP3 boasts increased small bump compliance to keep the tires glued to the trail for more traction across lumpy trail and ro... read more

Yeti Cycles
$3500.00

Yeti's 2017 SB6 Turq Mountain Bike Frame brings back the boost axles and hard-charging awesomeness we loved in last year's version..., trades up for a Fox Float X Factory shock, and sets a new standard for carbon construction to make this frame stand out as a flagship enduro sled that'll bring new meaning to grippy fun through ever gnarlier terrain. This frameset carries Yeti's new Turq designation, which it says represents the most advanced frames it can create at any given time. For the SB6 Turq, that means a more precise carbon layup, molded to reinforce key stress points along the frame without adding bulk and rumored to reduce weight by 265g from the regular version. This process results in strength where you need it, and lightness where you don't.The Switch Infinity suspension system is a key driver behind the SB6's versatility. Switch Infinity originally replaced the Switch Link design, which experiences a momentary harshness when rapidly successive hits kept it hovering above the 30% stroke point. The new design has a more linear travel arc, so the eccentric link changes direction without getting caught in that minute dead spot. Of course, 95% of all riders won't ever push the Switch Link hard enough to experience this dead spot, but Yeti (being Yeti) went ahead and fixed it anyway. For those of us who are our own mechanics, Yeti also simplified maintaining the Switch Infinity by including easily accessible grease ports, which do away with the need for time-consuming rebuilds.Aside from those changes, the two suspension systems are fairly similar. Like the Switch Link, the Switch Infinity slider travels upward under the first phase of compression, when the SB6 is settling into its sag point. As the rear end compresses deeper, the direction changes, and the DH-inspired slider travels down toward the bottom bracket shell to maintain a steady pedaling platform. This change of direction is smoother, without the above-mentioned dead space, but the effect is the... read more

Swagtron
$499.99

The Swagtron Swagger-1 Collapsible Electric Scooter features a high-performance 250 watt motor and a throttle-to-start system. Ava...ilable at Academy Sports + Outdoors. read more

Santa Cruz Bicycles
$6599.00

2016's 2. 0 revamp saw some big changes for the 5010, and Santa Cruz is happy to continue with that lauded 2. 0 geometry in the 20...17 Santa Cruz Bicycles 5010 2. 0 Carbon CC X01 Complete Mountain Bike. Building on its much-loved heritage, this 5010 shows up to the party longer, lower, and slacker than the 1. 0 version for a more aggressive position that just begs to carry more speed over big, technical lines.On the component side of things, SRAM's new X01 Eagle drivetrain breaks free of traditional industry norms with its revolutionary 12-speed cassette. Essentially, Eagle lets you have the standard 10-42 11-cog cassette you've grown to love in your old one-by 11-speed drivetrain and tacks on a massive 50-tooth bailout cog that'll save your legs on steep, grindy climbs that normally would have you praying for extra gears to apparate out of the sky. Add in a dropper post, SRAM hydraulic brakes, 130mm of front and rear travel, and you have a fast, responsive bike ready for almost any terrain.The 5010 2. 0's geometry represents a departure from the original 5010, which Santa Cruz first rolled out in 2013 and which was itself a marked departure from the Blur DNA from whence it sprang. The redesign is so pervasive that it touches on virtually every important frame dimension, with the biggest change coming in the head tube angle. The front end slacks out a full degree, dropping from 68 to 67 in a move that brings it in line with the previous Bronson model. The frame's reach and bottom bracket follow suit, with the former stretching out and the latter dropping slightly. Capping things off with a short stem helps preserve steering while taking advantage of that slack aggression.The rear triangle tightens up for more pedaling efficiency and cockpit versatility with a steeper, longer, and wider seat tube, which benefits both the ups and downs of all-mountain riding. While grinding over the crux of a climb or crushing speed on singletrack, the steeper angle nets a more ef... read more

Santa Cruz Bicycles
$7999.00

For 2017, the 5010 2. 0 Carbon CC XX1 Complete Mountain Bike remains relatively unchanged from the previous model year. This restr...aint is rare from Santa Cruz Bicycles, as the CA-based brand tends to favor tinkering over just letting a multiple BOTY winning design enjoy its time in the sun. Ever since it first introduced the Blur, the predecessor to the 5010 and Bronson, SC has been reluctant to rest on its laurels; with the 2. 0 geometry tweaks to the 5010, we think it's finally earned a year off. SRAM sure hasn't taken the year off, though, as evidenced by the all-new Eagle XX1 drivetrain included here. Eagle takes one-by to its logical conclusion by tacking a 50t granny cog onto SRAM's top racing groupset, giving you range on par with a double while maintaining the simplicity and low weight of a one-by setup. The 5010 2. 0 represents a marked departure from the original 5010, which SC first rolled out in 2013 and which was itself a marked departure from the Blur DNA from whence it sprang. The redesign is so pervasive that it touches on virtually every important frame dimension, with the biggest change coming in the head tube angle. The front end slacks out a full degree, dropping from 68 to 67 in a move that brings it in line with the previous Bronson model. The frame's reach and bottom bracket follow suit, with the former stretching out and the latter dropping slightly. Capping the whole thing off with a short stem helps preserve steering while taking advantage of that slack aggression. The rear triangle enjoyed similarly thorough tweaks that tightened it up for more pedaling efficiency and cockpit versatility. The seat tube is steeper, longer, and wider, which benefits both the ups and downs of all-mountain riding. While grunting over the crux of a climb or grinding speed on singletrack, the steeper angle nets a more efficient pedaling posture, making it easier to stay on top of the pedal stroke. The new seat tube also accommodates a longer dropper post, ... read more

Juliana
$6599.00

The 2017 Juliana Bicycles Roubion 2. 0 Carbon CC X01 Eagle Complete Mountain Bike lives for the chase of adrenaline over big drops... and rowdy terrain. Designed to be the ultimate enduro race sled, this Roubion is kitted out with SRAM's groundbreaking X01 Eagle drivetrain, a dropper post, and fast-rolling Race Face ARC 27 wheels. Whether you're heading out for a short lunch lap or packing up the car for a weekend on the whole enchilada, you can clip in assured that this bike is up for the challenge. It's no secret that we love the Roubion, and it's fairly easy to see why. First, responsive handling and fast rolling speed have made 27. 5in wheels the default choice for riders who push it. The Roubion's six inches of rear wheel travel is primed to melt harsh trails, while the VPP suspension platform lends efficient pedaling on the climbs and produces imperceptibly smooth travel across multiple successive hits that other, over-engineered suspension designs still haven't been able to match. The X01 Eagle drivetrain pushes the industry forward with its revolutionary 12-speed cassette. In a nutshell, Eagle lets you have the standard 10-42t cassette you've grown to love in your old one-by setup but introduces a massive 50t bailout cog that'll save your knees on steep, leg-searing climbs that normally would have you praying for the cycling deities to drop an extra gear out of the clouds. For 2017, Juliana carries over the myriad updates seen in the mid-2016 2. 0 geometry release. With 2. 0, the top suspension link directly mounts on the top tube while the lower link tucks neatly out of the way to increase stiffness and durability while also smoothing the ride. The head angle drops from 67 to 66 degrees, which sounds like a tiny change, but it provides even more high-speed stability than the previous version. At 17. 05in, the chainstays are long enough to keep you centered on the bike, yet short enough to allow the Roubion to carve up turns with ease. Both the front and... read more

Airwalk
$249.99

The Airwalk 26 Cruiser Bicycle features a single speed and coaster brakes. Available at Academy Sports + Outdoors.

Airwalk
$249.99

The Airwalk 26 Cruiser Bicycle features a single speed and coaster brakes. Available at Academy Sports + Outdoors.

Juliana
$6599.00

The 2017 Juliana Furtado 2. 0 Carbon CC X01 Eagle Complete Mountain Bike carries over 2016's 2. 0 geometry changes with a longer, ...lower, and slacker profile than the 1. 0 Furtado that pushes the boundaries of its trail bike categorization. This Furtado gets dressed up in SRAM's revolutionary X01 Eagle one-by 12-speed drivetrain and huge accompanying gear range, a dropper post, and smooth-spinning Easton ARC 24 wheels to take on almost any terrain.The X01 Eagle drivetrain jumps ahead of industry tradition with its revolutionary 12-speed cassette. In a nutshell, Eagle lets you have the standard 10-42 11-cog cassette you've grown to love in your old one-by 11-speed setup and introduces a massive 50-tooth bailout cog that'll save your legs on steep, lung-crushing climbs that normally would have you pleading for an extra gear or two to magically fall from the sky.The Furtado 2. 0's geometry marks a distinct shift from the original Furtado's lines, with the key changes apparent in the head and seat tubes. They're slacker and steeper, respectively, with the head tube losing a whole degree, from 68 to 67, bringing it in line with the previous Roubion model. As you can imagine, the change is noticeable when the tires hit dirt, completely blowing up our own expectations for how much gnarly a "trail" bike is equipped to handle.The steepened seat tube is equally impressive, though in a different way. The forward-oriented position of the saddle makes for better leverage on the pedals while slogging up climbs or cranking out speed on long stretches of singletrack. The Furtado 2. 0 also has a longer reach, lower bottom bracket, 5mm more travel, increased dropper range, stubbier chainstays, and a wider rear axle. That pile of alterations means that it pedals harder, takes bigger bites out of terrain, and provides a wider dropper range for aggressively tackling double-digit grades on either side of zero.The Virtual Pivot Point 3 (VPP3) suspension also sees some changes. The m... read more

Razor
$149.99

The Razor Youth DXT Drift Trike features a full-size steel frame and 20 front and 10 slick-surface rear wheels. Available at Acade...my Sports + Outdoors. read more

Juliana
$4599.00

Representing the grand finale of a trail-shredding tale of wagon wheel proportions, the 2017 Juliana Joplin 2. 0 Carbon 29 S Compl...ete Mountain Bike arrives on the scene ready to rock and roll. This Joplin stays true to the sprightly heritage of its predecessor while taking inspiration from its genre-defining twin, the Santa Cruz Tallboy. The end result is expanded capability with modern touches like Boost spacing, enduro-inspired suspension links, and Santa Cruz's versatile flip chip. The notable difference between the Joplin and the Tallboy is in the shock tune, with the former lightening up a bit to allow lighter riders full access to the bike's 4. 5in of responsive VPP travel. The flip chip, however, is a notable similarity. It sits in the upper link and can be rotated to allow the shock mount to migrate. Being able to reposition the shock attachment point effectively accounts for the 9mm difference in radii between 27. 5+ and 29in tires, keeping the geometry as static as possible across wheel sizes. The latest Joplin is Juliana's first use of Santa Cruz's flip chip, which originally debuted on the Hightower. If that model was its testing ground, then the flip chip has moved one step closer to perfection with the Joplin. While changing the Hightower results in a slight change in head tube angle, the Joplin's head tube stays constant with either size wheel. Compared to the previous Joplin, the newest model takes just a bit off the top of the head tube, dropping 2. 2 degrees to fall from the standard 70. 2 to a moderately slack 68 degrees. Courtesy of the Flip Chip's slight geometry alteration, that number stays the same whether you're running 29in wheels with a 120mm fork or 27. 5+ with 130mm of front travel. The frame's chainstays and reach also join the modern geometry movement; the stays are shorter by 13. 3mm and the reach bumps up dramatically, resulting in a chassis that's far more capable in virtually every trail situation than its predecessor. The VP... read more

Wilier
$6399.00

Lauded as the heir to its Cento1 Air predecessor's throne, the 2017 Wilier Cento10 Air Ultegra Di2 Complete Road Bike places a laz...er focus on aerodynamics with updated tube shaping and a new integrated cockpit. Compared to the Cento1 Air, the Cento10 Air claims eight percent improved aerodynamic efficiency, as well as a 15% reduction in overall weight that pairs with race-ready geometry for a resulting fast, snappy ride. The Cento10 Air benefits from Wilier's expertise in the wind tunnel. Its tube shapes break from recent trends in narrow, long tubing and present as wider leading faces with NACA-inspired tapering that varies across the frame to balance weight and aerodynamics while remaining within the UCI's race-allowable guidelines. Compared to the Cento1 Air, the Cento10 Air also sees an increase in frontal area at the headtube, with a wider fork that comes with claims of reducing turbulence around the wheels for smoother airflow.The Cento1 series has long been associated with integrated seatmasts. However, similar to the most recent Cento1 Air, Wilier wanted to keep the ride of the Cento10 Air utilizes a more traditional seatpost to reduce road vibrations and provide a more comfortable ride. Naturally, the teardrop shape is proprietary, and was developed to reduce turbulence as air slips around it. It's held in place by a seatpost clamp developed in conjunction with Ritchey that sits stealthily in the seat tube and hides from the wind. To ensure rigidity and confident handling, the Cento10 Air has been constructed from a 60t Mitsubishi high-modulus carbon fiber. The 'T' in 60t refers to ton, as in it can withstand 60 tons of pressure per square millimeter. Wilier used strong carbon fiber, because the stronger the carbon, the less is needed. Thus, Wilier was able to strike the perfect balance between strength and weight.Other differentiators for the Air include internal cable routing, which is compatible with both electronic and mechanical drivetrains. Mos... read more

Santa Cruz Bicycles
$2699.00

The 2017 Santa Cruz Tallboy 27. 5+ D Complete Mountain Bike breaks the traditional XC bike mold to expand its capabilities beyond ...groomed singletrack to also revel in burly, rocky terrain that would stop most XC bikes in their tracks. Its aluminum frame construction boasts the same geometry as its carbon twin to bring the Tallboy's rowdy versatility into a more affordable reality. This particular build gets kitted out and ready to hit the trails with SRAM's workhorse NX drivetrain, hydraulic brakes, and Race Face AR wheels.To put it simply, Santa Cruz aimed to make the Tallboy a more capable, versatile bike this year, without taking it cruelly far away from the design that earned it so many loyal 29er followers. Its major changes include a more relaxed, spacious geometry and the improved performance of a reworked linkage that all of Santa Cruz's latest models have received. Santa Cruz also modified its flip chip technology, first seen on the Hightower, to ready it for use on the Tallboy 3. Flip chip was developed to allow riders to switch between 29 and 27. 5+ wheel sizes, and on the Hightower, necessitated a slight change in head tube angle. However, Santa Cruz has fine-tuned this technology to allow the geometry to remain exactly the same across each wheel size. This means, depending on the day, your Tallboy 3 could be barreling with stability through gouged-up grassy trails and rock gardens, or floating over root-latticed switchbacks with plush, quiet confidence of 27. 5+.By XC standards, the Tallboy 3's head tube angle leans it towards the trail side of the spectrum, from a traditional 70. 2 degrees to a more relaxed 68 degrees, and Santa Cruz managed to shave a little over 13mm off the chainstay length to bring them down to 17. 01in. This, coupled with a significantly longer reach, results in a rear triangle with the snappiness you'll need to dice through the tight and twisties, and a stable, confident front end for diving off the XC course and into the wh... read more

Santa Cruz Bicycles
$2599.00

For 2017, Santa Cruz brings its eye-catching colorways and lauded design to the masses with its new 5010 2. 0 D Complete Mountain ...Bike. Made from aluminum, this 5010 features the same 2. 0 geometry that graces its more expensive carbon counterparts' frames that defies its trail classification's boundaries with capabilities that push into all-mountain territory. This particular build drops at a price well below what just a 5010 2. 0 Carbon CC frameset will set you back and gets dressed up with SRAM's reliable NX one-by drivetrain, Level hydraulic brakes, and WTB STP i23 TCS wheels to revitalize your trail experience without breaking the bank.In comparison to the 5010 1. 0 geometry, 2016's 2. 0 updates touch on almost every important aspect of frame geometry. The biggest change is to the head tube, which drops one degree from 68 to 67 degrees. That's the same as the previous Bronson model, and it situates the 5010 2. 0 just this side of a slacked-out enduro sled. The frame's reach and bottom bracket follow suit, with the former gaining an additional 20-25mm, depending on size, and the latter dropping slightly. The combined result of these tweaks is a longer, lower, more stable frame that eagerly attacks lines that the previous 5010 would balk at.While the 5010 2. 0's front end and bottom bracket recline, the changes out back tighten things up for more pedaling efficiency and cockpit versatility. The seat tube is steeper, longer, and wider, which benefits the ups and downs of all-mountain riding. While torqueing over the crux of a climb or grinding speed on singletrack, the steeper angle puts the rider in a more efficient pedaling posture, making it easier to stay on top of the pedal stroke. On steep descents, the shorter, fatter seat tube allows for more dropper travel, which nets increased stability when gravity dictates your speed.The 5010 2. 0's chainstays are stubbier, reduced from the previous 5010's already impressive 17. 12in to an even stiffer, more agil... read more

Evil Bikes
$2899.00

If Evil Bikes' The Wreckoning prides itself as a versatile all-mountain monster that's happiest running big lines and revels gleef...ully in days filled with lift laps and bomber descents, then 2017's The Calling Mountain Bike frame is best described as its sassy and irreverent, trail-leaning little brother. Scampering off on its snappy 27. 5-inch hoops towards whatever terrain currently suits its fancy, The Calling is ready to seek out adventure with a cheeky aggression that'll have you cackling joyously out of every berm and opportunity for air. With 131mm of travel compared to The Wreckoning's massive 161mm and ever so slightly steeper angles, the Calling is perhaps better equipped to manage varied terrain and get you to the top of climbs without the spiral of self-defeated pouting sometimes associated with slacked-out, big travel rigs. As a rule, Evil Bikes prides itself on making bikes fun, and The Calling is set to meet that mark in spades.Evil's approach to geometry is one of the key elements to The Calling's versatility. The frame's linkage includes flip chips that alter the bottom bracket height and head tube angle. In Low setting, the bottom bracket sits at just 13. 3in off the ground with a head tube angle of 66. 4 degrees. When dropped to the X-Low setting, the bottom bracket drops to 13in off the ground, and the head tube slacks out to as low as 65. 8 degrees. The Calling is definitely down for a party, and its long, low countenance is finished with 16. 9in chainstays (17. 0 in the X-Low setting) that dice techy lines with the unbridled enthusiasm of a melancholy housecat unexpectedly encountering a cabinet full of its favorite treats.Where most full suspension machines have hearts, The Calling instead has a dark void in the shape of Dave's Extra Legitimate Travel Apparatus, which Evil abbreviates with the acronym DELTA. To be clear, this isn't a DW-link suspension. Evil stuck to a linkage driven single pivot with a specific aim to achieve a level of ... read more

Yeti Cycles
$5699.00

If a more than a few creaks, new dents, and a wandering eye throughout last season have signified the arrival of upgrade season fo...r you, well done. You couldn't have picked a better time. We've reached a point in mountain bike tech where compromise has become a nearly nonexistent concept, and nothing illustrates that better than the advent of the 2017 Yeti SB5. 5 Carbon Eagle Complete Mountain Bike. In the yawning gap between nimble trail bike and DH bruiser that the SB5 and SB6 sat on either side of, Yeti created a new machine that took its siblings' best characteristics and turned them into something original. From the start, Yeti knew the SB5. 5 needed rock-solid downhill stability, so it started with a slacked-out 66. 5-degree head tube angle and went from there. Of course, it didn't just want to release another unruly monster that riders wouldn't be able to control on anything but wide open, straight-line descents. To avoid this, it pushed back against barreling 29er stereotypes and completely eliminated a front derailleur mount. This freed up enough space to shorten the chainstays into a compact, swooping design complete with responsive Boost spacing. The smooth curves of the rear triangle sit in direct contrast to the longer, straighter front end, and serve to temper the bike's brutish nature on techier rock gardens and serpentine climbs.When you don't want to rein it in, of course, the FOX 36 fork, complete with 51mm offset, and a 140mm FOX Performance shock answer the call. Serving up 160mm of squish up front, the SB5. 5 practically begs you to take the scarier line every time, not just because it wants to, but because it knows it can back you up. Send white-knuckle lines in the style of your favorite enduro heroes, and watch Yeti's famed Switch Infinity suspension devour them in quick succession, never wallowing after deep rollovers or bottomless slickrock drops. And as much as this bike and its suspension love to descend, Yeti made sure that riders w... read more

Yeti Cycles
$3500.00

This year, Yeti found itself staring into a gap between the nimble handling of its SB4. 5c and the locomotive power of the SB6c. W...hether the energetic, Colorado-based group of engineers found themselves thrashed around one too many times on rough slickrock trails on the more trail-oriented SB4. 5, or grew tired of chugging uphill on the SB6, we can't exactly say, but we do know that the new 2017 SB5. 5 Turq Mountain Bike Frame aims to sit somewhere in Yeti's mainstays, leaning slightly more towards the downhill-loving tendencies of the SB6 than the good-natured SB5. If you've watched yourself gravitate towards increasingly bigger hits and more technical terrain over the years, but can't completely abandon your trail riding roots, the SB5. 5 makes an ideal vessel for your next series of escapades.Without being too cryptic, Yeti has said that its Turq series represents the most advanced frames it can create at any given time. For the SB5. 5 Turq, that means a more precise carbon layup, molded to reinforce key stress points along the frame without adding bulk and rumored to reduce weight by almost 300g from the regular version. This process results in strength where you need it, and lightness where you don't. Aside from that, the SB5. 5 Turq arrives with the same capable geometry as its sibling, boasting a 66. 5-degree head tube angle that can't wait to blast its way aggressively through steep, steppy rock gardens that leave little room for indecision. Before you start to think of this as another all-mountain bike that just wants to go straight, know that the long-and-low front end is governed by a short, snappy rear triangle that refuses to let it get too relaxed. Boost rear spacing allows for stubby, quick-thinking chainstays that take successive bumps in stride while tracking a tough line. They'll move and adapt to burly terrain, always returning underneath you to take on the next stretch of blistered desert singletrack or rooty, rarely-maintained trail.Yeti's ... read more

Ibis
$4199.00

2016 saw the Mojo HD3 outfitted with Boost axle widths and a continuation of the long, low geometry we've come to expect in Ibis' ...enduro brute. The 2017 Ibis Mojo HD3 Carbon Special Blend Complete Mountain Bike continues this tradition and gets a build kit that brings the HD3's top-tier capability and SRAM's precise shifting to those of us whose bank accounts can't quite survive the usual top-tier build prices. Compatible with both 27. 5-in and 27. 5+ tires, this build gets moderate 2. 5in tires to start you off with a balance of traction and plush for versatility across a range of terrain.The Mojo HD3's DW-Link suspension platform continues to isolate rear wheel movement from pedaling and braking forces--expect a plush and linear suspension motion that feels like an even bigger bike, yet pedals on flats and climbs with the attitude of an XC machine. The 66. 6-degree angle of the tapered head tube confuses the issue further, taking advantage of DW-Link's solidity and the chassis' stability to hit a steeper angle than most six-inch bikes. That means the Mojo HD3 leads into climbs with an aggressive front end that doesn't sell you out when you're dropping in for the descent.The bike's stout, 16. 9in chainstays and low, 13. 5in-high bottom bracket pair up with the aforementioned geometry for an uncommonly agile enduro sled that gets up and goes when the trail turns up and drops in fast on the down side, defying the categorizations that limit so many other bikes. As an added touch, the shock tune and suspension keep the bottom bracket height at the sag point the same, no matter what size tire you choose to run.Ibis stands by threaded bottom brackets with the Mojo, a move that mercifully dismisses any proprietary press-fit systems in favor of a rock-solid, dirt-simple standard that will last for ages. Dual-row angular contact bearings on the drive-side of the linkage require zero preload adjustment and dramatically reduce play compared to standard, sealed bearings, ... read more

Ibis
$2999.00

We're accustomed to seeing the SL acronym splashed across myriad bits of bike-related componentry, marked as the industry's assert...ion that they are, indeed "Super Light" and by extension super amazing. Ibis flips the story a bit with its Ripley LS Carbon Mountain Bike Frame. Not to say this frame isn't light (it is), but the swapped order designates this Ripley as Longer and Slacker than its standard kin. Showing itself primarily in the top tube length and head tube angle, the LS' wheelbase expands from the standard 1,125mm to 1,167 with a head tube angle that drops from 69. 2 to 67. 5 degrees for a size large frame paired with a 140mm fork. That bigger, slacker footprint empowers those of us who have already been pushing the original Ripley to its limit, taking the bike in Ibis' words from "sporty" to "gnarly".Other than those geometry changes, this is still the classic Ripley that we've been throwing around in all manner of terrain. The construction process remains the same, beginning with an internal bladder that's wrapped in a monocoque carbon layup that keeps the carbon fabric intact through joints. The precision of this method means that no additional molds or fillers are needed to keep the frame light and strong. The Ripley LS's swingarm and clevis are still filled with foam glass microsphere cores to ensure their structural integrity while keeping weight down, and it has the same expanded dropper capacity as the regular version.The Ripley includes the latest Fox Float DPS shock, which is tuned for the DW-Link suspension's firm, consistent pedaling platform. Expect it to handle with nimble speed while accelerating out of turns and taking advantage of the suspension's strong anti-squat tendencies. The 120mm rear travel, combined with the Ripley LS's 67. 5-degree head tube, makes for a surprisingly eager trail platform that combines the best qualities of XC and trail bikes.Increasing rear stiffness was the key to this versatility, and is bolstered by the ... read more

Ibis
$2999.00

Dropping in with accolades of HD heritage and rolling with modern touches designed for today's riding styles, the 2017 Ibis Mojo H...D3 Carbon Mountain Bike Frame carries over last year's well-received updates into a new year. As with its predecessor, this HD3's long, low geometry wrangles steep lines with glee, and its stiff boost axles bump up the volume to accommodate tires ranging from 2. 3-inch speed demons to a plus-sized 2. 8 inches in width.The Mojo HD3's DW-Link suspension platform isolates rear wheel movement from pedaling and braking forces so you can expect a plush and linear suspension motion that feels like an even bigger bike, yet pedals on flats and climbs with the attitude of an XC machine. The 66. 6-degree angle of the tapered head tube takes advantage of DW-Link's solidity and the chassis' stability to hit a steeper angle than most six-inch bikes. That means the Mojo HD3 digs into climbs with an aggressive front end that doesn't leave you hanging when you're dropping in for the descent.The bike's spine is built on stout, 16. 9in chainstays and a low, 13. 5in-high bottom bracket, which team with the aforementioned geometry for an uncommonly agile enduro sled that gets up and goes when the trail turns skyward or drops in fast when things point down, defying the categorizations that limit so many other bikes. As an added bonus, the shock tune and suspension keep the bottom bracket height at the sag point the same, no matter what size tire you choose to run.The frame boast clean internal cable routing and stealth routing for a dropper post of your choice. Ibis stands by threaded bottom brackets with the Mojo, a move that mercifully dismisses any proprietary press-fit systems in favor of a rock-solid standard that will last for ages. Dual-row angular contact bearings on the drive-side of the linkage require zero preload adjustment and dramatically reduce play compared to standard, sealed bearings, further bolstering the bike's lateral solidity and y... read more

Ibis
$2999.00

We like to conceptualize the 2017 Ibis Mojo 3 Carbon Mountain Bike Frame as a sprightly younger sibling to the gravity leaning HD3.... Drawing inspiration from its burly kin, the Mojo 3 lands with expanded versatility in a lighter, more playfully agile chassis that pushes its 130mm of travel to handle just about everything this side of gravity. Expanding its capability with the versatility to handle standard and plus-sized tires, as well as single or double chainrings, this Mojo 3 is set to be your next best friend on the trail. The Mojo 3's kick starts with the shock tune and DW-Link suspension. Ibis claims it tuned the shock so its initial stroke rides on the "plush" side, but our firsthand experience with the bike tells us that generous small bump compliance doesn't keep it from feeling firm off the top. It's responsive and changes direction quickly while navigating switchbacks at climbing speeds, and the anti-squat pedaling platform maintains past the sag point. On the flip side, the ramp-up characteristics can best be described as the kind of big-hit confidence that can often be the key element in determining which side of the ragged edge you find yourself on. To cap it off, the shock tune and suspension keep the bottom bracket height at the sag point the same, no matter what size tire you choose to run,.The shock's tune doesn't require a high damper handicap, a fact that Ibis credits to the shock rate and DW-Link's steady pedaling platform. Since it naturally reduces bob without needing a damper handicap from the shock, DW-Link's ramp-up stays smooth throughout its suspension arc. It also suffers less heat build-up than heavily dampened models, so its ramp feel isn't significantly affected during hard, fast descents where the shock is working overtime.Ibis says that the stubby chainstays and low claimed frame weight make the bike feel "taut," and we think that's a wonderfully succinct way to describe the responsive aggression the Mojo 3 exhibits on the kind... read more

Yeti Cycles
$5599.00

Sitting at the confluence of the nimble XC world and burly enduro sledding hill, the 2017 Yeti Cycles SB5 Plus Carbon Eagle Comple...te Mountain Bike is a responsive trail bike that defies its category to push the boundaries on fun. Its geometry closely mirrors the standard SB5, with slight tweaks to embrace up to three-inch tires for smooth, stable traction across loose terrain while SRAM's groundbreaking 12-speed X01 Eagle drivetrain lets you fly to the day's finish line. Of particular note is the SB5 Plus' elevated chainstays, which curve upward from the shock and create a sharply pointed triangle that increases stiffness and opens up tire clearance. This curved design keeps the chainstays at a svelte 17. 2in for snappy, confident handling when whipping through switchbacks and rocketing over dusty trails. Furthering this bike's handling prowess, Boost rear spacing allows for those stubby, quick-thinking chainstays that take successive bumps in stride while finessing a tough line. Up front, the 67. 1-degree head tube can't wait to dive into steep, loose rock gardens that leave little room for indecision. It's also tapered and, which stiffens the front end and helps the bike track lines like a grizzled barn cat after a farmyard varmint. This frameset is Yeti's standard carbon model, which uses a slightly lower grade carbon than the top-tier Turq frame. This requires a bit more material to meet the same rigorous standards for strength and rigidity as the Turq, but also comes at a more attainable price point. For most of us, a claimed 250g extra is a miniscule trade off if it means putting an SB5 Plus within our budget. Yeti's Switch Infinity suspension is the lynchpin of the SB5 Plus' versatile capability. Its linear travel hits the sweet spot of anti-squat to keep pedaling sharp across rocky climbs, and it also erases the momentary harshness that its predecessor, the Switch Link design, would display when pushed to the absolute limit. Riding with the shock open ... read more

Ibis
$4199.00

2016 saw the Mojo HD3 outfitted with Boost axle widths and a continuation of the long, low geometry we've come to expect in Ibis' ...enduro brute. The 2017 Ibis Mojo HD3 Carbon Special Blend Complete Mountain Bike continues this tradition and gets a build kit that brings the HD3's top-tier capability and SRAM's precise shifting to those of us whose bank accounts can't quite survive the usual top-tier build prices. Compatible with both 27. 5-in and 27. 5+ tires, this build gets moderate 2. 5in tires to start you off with a balance of traction and plush for versatility across a range of terrain.The Mojo HD3's DW-Link suspension platform continues to isolate rear wheel movement from pedaling and braking forces--expect a plush and linear suspension motion that feels like an even bigger bike, yet pedals on flats and climbs with the attitude of an XC machine. The 66. 6-degree angle of the tapered head tube confuses the issue further, taking advantage of DW-Link's solidity and the chassis' stability to hit a steeper angle than most six-inch bikes. That means the Mojo HD3 leads into climbs with an aggressive front end that doesn't sell you out when you're dropping in for the descent.The bike's stout, 16. 9in chainstays and low, 13. 5in-high bottom bracket pair up with the aforementioned geometry for an uncommonly agile enduro sled that gets up and goes when the trail turns up and drops in fast on the down side, defying the categorizations that limit so many other bikes. As an added touch, the shock tune and suspension keep the bottom bracket height at the sag point the same, no matter what size tire you choose to run.Ibis stands by threaded bottom brackets with the Mojo, a move that mercifully dismisses any proprietary press-fit systems in favor of a rock-solid, dirt-simple standard that will last for ages. Dual-row angular contact bearings on the drive-side of the linkage require zero preload adjustment and dramatically reduce play compared to standard, sealed bearings, ... read more

Ibis
$2999.00

Dropping in with accolades of HD heritage and rolling with modern touches designed for today's riding styles, the 2017 Ibis Mojo H...D3 Carbon Mountain Bike Frame carries over last year's well-received updates into a new year. As with its predecessor, this HD3's long, low geometry wrangles steep lines with glee, and its stiff boost axles bump up the volume to accommodate tires ranging from 2. 3-inch speed demons to a plus-sized 2. 8 inches in width.The Mojo HD3's DW-Link suspension platform isolates rear wheel movement from pedaling and braking forces so you can expect a plush and linear suspension motion that feels like an even bigger bike, yet pedals on flats and climbs with the attitude of an XC machine. The 66. 6-degree angle of the tapered head tube takes advantage of DW-Link's solidity and the chassis' stability to hit a steeper angle than most six-inch bikes. That means the Mojo HD3 digs into climbs with an aggressive front end that doesn't leave you hanging when you're dropping in for the descent.The bike's spine is built on stout, 16. 9in chainstays and a low, 13. 5in-high bottom bracket, which team with the aforementioned geometry for an uncommonly agile enduro sled that gets up and goes when the trail turns skyward or drops in fast when things point down, defying the categorizations that limit so many other bikes. As an added bonus, the shock tune and suspension keep the bottom bracket height at the sag point the same, no matter what size tire you choose to run.The frame boast clean internal cable routing and stealth routing for a dropper post of your choice. Ibis stands by threaded bottom brackets with the Mojo, a move that mercifully dismisses any proprietary press-fit systems in favor of a rock-solid standard that will last for ages. Dual-row angular contact bearings on the drive-side of the linkage require zero preload adjustment and dramatically reduce play compared to standard, sealed bearings, further bolstering the bike's lateral solidity and y... read more

Ibis
$2999.00

We like to conceptualize the 2017 Ibis Mojo 3 Carbon Mountain Bike Frame as a sprightly younger sibling to the gravity leaning HD3.... Drawing inspiration from its burly kin, the Mojo 3 lands with expanded versatility in a lighter, more playfully agile chassis that pushes its 130mm of travel to handle just about everything this side of gravity. Expanding its capability with the versatility to handle standard and plus-sized tires, as well as single or double chainrings, this Mojo 3 is set to be your next best friend on the trail. The Mojo 3's kick starts with the shock tune and DW-Link suspension. Ibis claims it tuned the shock so its initial stroke rides on the "plush" side, but our firsthand experience with the bike tells us that generous small bump compliance doesn't keep it from feeling firm off the top. It's responsive and changes direction quickly while navigating switchbacks at climbing speeds, and the anti-squat pedaling platform maintains past the sag point. On the flip side, the ramp-up characteristics can best be described as the kind of big-hit confidence that can often be the key element in determining which side of the ragged edge you find yourself on. To cap it off, the shock tune and suspension keep the bottom bracket height at the sag point the same, no matter what size tire you choose to run,.The shock's tune doesn't require a high damper handicap, a fact that Ibis credits to the shock rate and DW-Link's steady pedaling platform. Since it naturally reduces bob without needing a damper handicap from the shock, DW-Link's ramp-up stays smooth throughout its suspension arc. It also suffers less heat build-up than heavily dampened models, so its ramp feel isn't significantly affected during hard, fast descents where the shock is working overtime.Ibis says that the stubby chainstays and low claimed frame weight make the bike feel "taut," and we think that's a wonderfully succinct way to describe the responsive aggression the Mojo 3 exhibits on the kind... read more

Ibis
$2999.00

We're accustomed to seeing the SL acronym splashed across myriad bits of bike-related componentry, marked as the industry's assert...ion that they are, indeed "Super Light" and by extension super amazing. Ibis flips the story a bit with its Ripley LS Carbon Mountain Bike Frame. Not to say this frame isn't light (it is), but the swapped order designates this Ripley as Longer and Slacker than its standard kin. Showing itself primarily in the top tube length and head tube angle, the LS' wheelbase expands from the standard 1,125mm to 1,167 with a head tube angle that drops from 69. 2 to 67. 5 degrees for a size large frame paired with a 140mm fork. That bigger, slacker footprint empowers those of us who have already been pushing the original Ripley to its limit, taking the bike in Ibis' words from "sporty" to "gnarly".Other than those geometry changes, this is still the classic Ripley that we've been throwing around in all manner of terrain. The construction process remains the same, beginning with an internal bladder that's wrapped in a monocoque carbon layup that keeps the carbon fabric intact through joints. The precision of this method means that no additional molds or fillers are needed to keep the frame light and strong. The Ripley LS's swingarm and clevis are still filled with foam glass microsphere cores to ensure their structural integrity while keeping weight down, and it has the same expanded dropper capacity as the regular version.The Ripley includes the latest Fox Float DPS shock, which is tuned for the DW-Link suspension's firm, consistent pedaling platform. Expect it to handle with nimble speed while accelerating out of turns and taking advantage of the suspension's strong anti-squat tendencies. The 120mm rear travel, combined with the Ripley LS's 67. 5-degree head tube, makes for a surprisingly eager trail platform that combines the best qualities of XC and trail bikes.Increasing rear stiffness was the key to this versatility, and is bolstered by the ... read more

Ibis
$2999.00

Dropping in with accolades of HD heritage and rolling with modern touches designed for today's riding styles, the 2017 Ibis Mojo H...D3 Carbon Mountain Bike Frame carries over last year's well-received updates into a new year. As with its predecessor, this HD3's long, low geometry wrangles steep lines with glee, and its stiff boost axles bump up the volume to accommodate tires ranging from 2. 3-inch speed demons to a plus-sized 2. 8 inches in width.The Mojo HD3's DW-Link suspension platform isolates rear wheel movement from pedaling and braking forces so you can expect a plush and linear suspension motion that feels like an even bigger bike, yet pedals on flats and climbs with the attitude of an XC machine. The 66. 6-degree angle of the tapered head tube takes advantage of DW-Link's solidity and the chassis' stability to hit a steeper angle than most six-inch bikes. That means the Mojo HD3 digs into climbs with an aggressive front end that doesn't leave you hanging when you're dropping in for the descent.The bike's spine is built on stout, 16. 9in chainstays and a low, 13. 5in-high bottom bracket, which team with the aforementioned geometry for an uncommonly agile enduro sled that gets up and goes when the trail turns skyward or drops in fast when things point down, defying the categorizations that limit so many other bikes. As an added bonus, the shock tune and suspension keep the bottom bracket height at the sag point the same, no matter what size tire you choose to run.The frame boast clean internal cable routing and stealth routing for a dropper post of your choice. Ibis stands by threaded bottom brackets with the Mojo, a move that mercifully dismisses any proprietary press-fit systems in favor of a rock-solid standard that will last for ages. Dual-row angular contact bearings on the drive-side of the linkage require zero preload adjustment and dramatically reduce play compared to standard, sealed bearings, further bolstering the bike's lateral solidity and y... read more

Ibis
$4199.00

2016 saw the Mojo HD3 outfitted with Boost axle widths and a continuation of the long, low geometry we've come to expect in Ibis' ...enduro brute. The 2017 Ibis Mojo HD3 Carbon Special Blend Complete Mountain Bike continues this tradition and gets a build kit that brings the HD3's top-tier capability and SRAM's precise shifting to those of us whose bank accounts can't quite survive the usual top-tier build prices. Compatible with both 27. 5-in and 27. 5+ tires, this build gets moderate 2. 5in tires to start you off with a balance of traction and plush for versatility across a range of terrain.The Mojo HD3's DW-Link suspension platform continues to isolate rear wheel movement from pedaling and braking forces--expect a plush and linear suspension motion that feels like an even bigger bike, yet pedals on flats and climbs with the attitude of an XC machine. The 66. 6-degree angle of the tapered head tube confuses the issue further, taking advantage of DW-Link's solidity and the chassis' stability to hit a steeper angle than most six-inch bikes. That means the Mojo HD3 leads into climbs with an aggressive front end that doesn't sell you out when you're dropping in for the descent.The bike's stout, 16. 9in chainstays and low, 13. 5in-high bottom bracket pair up with the aforementioned geometry for an uncommonly agile enduro sled that gets up and goes when the trail turns up and drops in fast on the down side, defying the categorizations that limit so many other bikes. As an added touch, the shock tune and suspension keep the bottom bracket height at the sag point the same, no matter what size tire you choose to run.Ibis stands by threaded bottom brackets with the Mojo, a move that mercifully dismisses any proprietary press-fit systems in favor of a rock-solid, dirt-simple standard that will last for ages. Dual-row angular contact bearings on the drive-side of the linkage require zero preload adjustment and dramatically reduce play compared to standard, sealed bearings, ... read more

Yeti Cycles
$3500.00

Yeti's 2017 SB6 Turq Mountain Bike Frame brings back the boost axles and hard-charging awesomeness we loved in last year's version..., trades up for a Fox Float X Factory shock, and sets a new standard for carbon construction to make this frame stand out as a flagship enduro sled that'll bring new meaning to grippy fun through ever gnarlier terrain. This frameset carries Yeti's new Turq designation, which it says represents the most advanced frames it can create at any given time. For the SB6 Turq, that means a more precise carbon layup, molded to reinforce key stress points along the frame without adding bulk and rumored to reduce weight by 265g from the regular version. This process results in strength where you need it, and lightness where you don't.The Switch Infinity suspension system is a key driver behind the SB6's versatility. Switch Infinity originally replaced the Switch Link design, which experiences a momentary harshness when rapidly successive hits kept it hovering above the 30% stroke point. The new design has a more linear travel arc, so the eccentric link changes direction without getting caught in that minute dead spot. Of course, 95% of all riders won't ever push the Switch Link hard enough to experience this dead spot, but Yeti (being Yeti) went ahead and fixed it anyway. For those of us who are our own mechanics, Yeti also simplified maintaining the Switch Infinity by including easily accessible grease ports, which do away with the need for time-consuming rebuilds.Aside from those changes, the two suspension systems are fairly similar. Like the Switch Link, the Switch Infinity slider travels upward under the first phase of compression, when the SB6 is settling into its sag point. As the rear end compresses deeper, the direction changes, and the DH-inspired slider travels down toward the bottom bracket shell to maintain a steady pedaling platform. This change of direction is smoother, without the above-mentioned dead space, but the effect is the... read more

Ibis
$6599.00

If the HD3 was designed for racers operating at the pointy end of the enduro rankings, then the 2017 Ibis Mojo 3 Carbon X01 Eagle ...Complete Mountain was designed for the rest of us mere mortals. If you happen to clean the chunkiest runs like they're paper-smooth fire roads, then the HD3 is probably the right ride for you, but if your ambitions and local trail furniture aren't all World Cup extreme, then the Mojo 3 is probably far more appropriate--and fun--choice. It tempers the extremes that make the HD3 revel in the most apocalyptic terrain in favor of a lighter, more playfully agile chassis that's capable enough to handle everything this side of gravity. Add in the versatility to run both standard 27. 5-inch and 27. 5+ tires alongside SRAM's revolutionary one-by 12-speed X01 Eagle drivertrain, and you've got a rig that's set to get rowdy in style.The Mojo 3's spirited kick starts with the shock tune and DW-Link suspension. Ibis claims it tuned the shock so its initial stroke rides on the "plush" side, but our firsthand experience with the bike tells us that generous small bump compliance doesn't keep it from feeling firm off the top. It's responsive and changes direction quickly while navigating switchbacks at climbing speeds, and the anti-squat pedaling platform maintains past the sag point. It wasn't specifically built as a park bike, but spending a few minutes on it makes it obvious that the Mojo 3 is built to get rowdy. Ibis describes the shock's tuned ramp-up characteristics as "robust." We describe it as the kind of big-hit confidence that can often be the key element in determining which side of the ragged edge you find yourself on. By outfitting this Mojo 3 with moderate 2. 5-inch tires, you'll enjoy confident traction and a deeper travel feel than you might expect from other 130mm suspensions. Regardless of the tires you choose to run, the shock tune and suspension keep the bottom bracket height at the sag point the same.The shock's tune doesn't requi... read more

Ibis
$6599.00

If the HD3 was designed for racers operating at the pointy end of the enduro rankings, then the 2017 Ibis Mojo 3 Carbon X01 Eagle ...Complete Mountain was designed for the rest of us mere mortals. If you happen to clean the chunkiest runs like they're paper-smooth fire roads, then the HD3 is probably the right ride for you, but if your ambitions and local trail furniture aren't all World Cup extreme, then the Mojo 3 is probably far more appropriate--and fun--choice. It tempers the extremes that make the HD3 revel in the most apocalyptic terrain in favor of a lighter, more playfully agile chassis that's capable enough to handle everything this side of gravity. Add in the versatility to run both standard 27. 5-inch and 27. 5+ tires alongside SRAM's revolutionary one-by 12-speed X01 Eagle drivertrain, and you've got a rig that's set to get rowdy in style.The Mojo 3's spirited kick starts with the shock tune and DW-Link suspension. Ibis claims it tuned the shock so its initial stroke rides on the "plush" side, but our firsthand experience with the bike tells us that generous small bump compliance doesn't keep it from feeling firm off the top. It's responsive and changes direction quickly while navigating switchbacks at climbing speeds, and the anti-squat pedaling platform maintains past the sag point. It wasn't specifically built as a park bike, but spending a few minutes on it makes it obvious that the Mojo 3 is built to get rowdy. Ibis describes the shock's tuned ramp-up characteristics as "robust." We describe it as the kind of big-hit confidence that can often be the key element in determining which side of the ragged edge you find yourself on. By outfitting this Mojo 3 with moderate 2. 5-inch tires, you'll enjoy confident traction and a deeper travel feel than you might expect from other 130mm suspensions. Regardless of the tires you choose to run, the shock tune and suspension keep the bottom bracket height at the sag point the same.The shock's tune doesn't requi... read more

Ibis
$6599.00

2017's Ibis Mojo HD3 Carbon X01 Eagle Complete Mountain Bike embodies just about everything we could want from a modern enduro sle...d. It's long geometry shreds steep drops with glee, while the boost axles widths bump up the stiffness for an even more responsive ride than its predecessor and open up the option to run tire widths ranging from 2. 3- up to a plush, plus-sized 2. 8-inches. Ibis caps off this build with SRAM's superlative one-by 12-speed X01 Eagle drivetrain, powerful Guide RSC hydraulic brakes, and a Fox Transfer dropper post for sure handling over all manner of terrain. By isolating the rear wheel movement from pealing and braking forces, the Mojo HD3's DW-Link suspension platform boasts a plush and linear motion that feels like an even bigger bike, yet covers the flats and climbs with a sassy, XC-inspired attitude. The 66. 6-degree angle of the tapered head tube takes advantage of that robust suspension and the chassis' stability to hit a steeper angle than most six-inch bikes. Out on in the dirt, that means the Mojo HD3 charges climbs with an aggressive front end that doesn't sell you short when dropping in on the descent.The bike's stubby, 16. 9in chainstays and low, 13. 5-inch-high bottom bracket pair with the aforementioned geometry to create an uncommonly agile enduro sled that drops in fast on the down side and gets up and goes when the trail kicks up, defying the categorizations that limit so many other bikes. As an added touch, the shock tune and suspension keep the bottom bracket height at the sag point the same across tire sizes ranging from 2. 3- up to 2. 8-inches in width.Ibis stands by threaded bottom brackets with the Mojo, a move that graciously dismisses any proprietary press-fit systems in favor of a rock-solid, dirt-simple standard that will last for ages. Dual-row angular contact bearings on the drive-side of the linkage require zero preload adjustment and dramatically reduce play compared to standard, sealed bearings, further b... read more

Ibis
$6599.00

The Ripley LS is Ibis' answer to the call for a longer, slacker version of its well-loved Ripley. The effects of these changes are... felt throughout the frame in the form of a longer wheelbase and lowered head tube angle. This bigger footprint gives the Ripley LS extra confidence on steep, gnarly descents and meets the needs of riders who've been using the original Ripley as something of a baby enduro rig. As Ibis puts it, these geometry tweaks bring the Ripley from "sporty" to "gnarly" to fuel even bigger runs and envelope-pushing rides. The 2017 Ripley LS Carbon X01 Eagle Complete Mountain Bike utilizes that revised geometry and pairs it with SRAM's revolutionary X01 Eagly one-by 12-speed drivetrain, a Fox Float 34 fork, a dropper seatpost, and Ibis' own 938 wheels for a race-ready ride.Other than those geometry changes, this is still the classic Ripley that we've been throwing around in all manner of terrain. The construction process remains the same, beginning with an internal bladder that's wrapped in a monocoque carbon layup that keeps the carbon fabric intact through joints. The precision of this method means that no additional molds or fillers are needed to keep the frame light and strong. The Ripley LS's swingarm and clevis are still filled with foam glass microsphere cores to ensure their structural integrity while keeping weight down, and it has the same expanded dropper capacity as the regular version.The Ripley includes the latest Fox Float DPS shock, which is tuned for the DW-Link suspension's firm, consistent pedaling platform. Expect it to handle with nimble speed while accelerating out of turns and taking advantage of the suspension's strong anti-squat tendencies. The 120mm rear travel, combined with the Ripley LS's 67. 5-degree head tube, makes for a surprisingly eager trail platform that combines the best qualities of XC and trail bikes.Increasing rear stiffness was the key to this versatility, and is bolstered by the inclusion of a boost rear... read more

Ibis
$6599.00

2017's Ibis Mojo HD3 Carbon X01 Eagle Complete Mountain Bike embodies just about everything we could want from a modern enduro sle...d. It's long geometry shreds steep drops with glee, while the boost axles widths bump up the stiffness for an even more responsive ride than its predecessor and open up the option to run tire widths ranging from 2. 3- up to a plush, plus-sized 2. 8-inches. Ibis caps off this build with SRAM's superlative one-by 12-speed X01 Eagle drivetrain, powerful Guide RSC hydraulic brakes, and a Fox Transfer dropper post for sure handling over all manner of terrain. By isolating the rear wheel movement from pealing and braking forces, the Mojo HD3's DW-Link suspension platform boasts a plush and linear motion that feels like an even bigger bike, yet covers the flats and climbs with a sassy, XC-inspired attitude. The 66. 6-degree angle of the tapered head tube takes advantage of that robust suspension and the chassis' stability to hit a steeper angle than most six-inch bikes. Out on in the dirt, that means the Mojo HD3 charges climbs with an aggressive front end that doesn't sell you short when dropping in on the descent.The bike's stubby, 16. 9in chainstays and low, 13. 5-inch-high bottom bracket pair with the aforementioned geometry to create an uncommonly agile enduro sled that drops in fast on the down side and gets up and goes when the trail kicks up, defying the categorizations that limit so many other bikes. As an added touch, the shock tune and suspension keep the bottom bracket height at the sag point the same across tire sizes ranging from 2. 3- up to 2. 8-inches in width.Ibis stands by threaded bottom brackets with the Mojo, a move that graciously dismisses any proprietary press-fit systems in favor of a rock-solid, dirt-simple standard that will last for ages. Dual-row angular contact bearings on the drive-side of the linkage require zero preload adjustment and dramatically reduce play compared to standard, sealed bearings, further b... read more

Ibis
$6199.00

As of late, it's getting harder and harder to find a double chainring on a slacked out frame, but Ibis delivers gears and fun-fact...or in spades with its 2017 Mojo 3 Carbon XT 2x Complete Mountain Bike. Inspired by its enduro-king HD3 sibling, the Mojo 3 boasts the capability to handle almost any terrain and a lighter, more playfully agile chassis that gives it a versatility to manage everything from your favorite local trail systems to hard-charging park laps. Ibis gives this Mojo Shimano's renowned XT drivetrain, hydraulic brakes, and a dropper post, making it ready to hit the trails as soon as you can set it up out of the box.The Mojo 3's kick starts with the shock tune and DW-Link suspension. Ibis claims it tuned the shock so its initial stroke rides on the "plush" side, but our firsthand experience with the bike tells us that generous small bump compliance doesn't keep it from feeling firm off the top. It's responsive and changes direction quickly while navigating switchbacks at climbing speeds, and the anti-squat pedaling platform maintains past the sag point. On the flip side, the ramp-up characteristics can best be described as the kind of big-hit confidence that can often be the key element in determining which side of the ragged edge you find yourself on.The shock's tune doesn't require a high damper handicap, a fact that Ibis credits to the shock rate and DW-Link's steady pedaling platform. Since it naturally reduces bob without needing a damper handicap from the shock, DW-Link's ramp-up stays smooth throughout its suspension arc. It also suffers less heat build-up than heavily dampened models, so its ramp feel isn't significantly affected during hard, fast descents where the shock is working overtime.Ibis says that the stubby chainstays and low claimed frame weight make the bike feel "taut," and we think that's a wonderfully succinct way to describe the responsive aggression the Mojo 3 exhibits on the kind of climbs that would send the lumbering grav... read more

Ibis
$6599.00

The Ripley LS is Ibis' answer to the call for a longer, slacker version of its well-loved Ripley. The effects of these changes are... felt throughout the frame in the form of a longer wheelbase and lowered head tube angle. This bigger footprint gives the Ripley LS extra confidence on steep, gnarly descents and meets the needs of riders who've been using the original Ripley as something of a baby enduro rig. As Ibis puts it, these geometry tweaks bring the Ripley from "sporty" to "gnarly" to fuel even bigger runs and envelope-pushing rides. The 2017 Ripley LS Carbon X01 Eagle Complete Mountain Bike utilizes that revised geometry and pairs it with SRAM's revolutionary X01 Eagly one-by 12-speed drivetrain, a Fox Float 34 fork, a dropper seatpost, and Ibis' own 938 wheels for a race-ready ride.Other than those geometry changes, this is still the classic Ripley that we've been throwing around in all manner of terrain. The construction process remains the same, beginning with an internal bladder that's wrapped in a monocoque carbon layup that keeps the carbon fabric intact through joints. The precision of this method means that no additional molds or fillers are needed to keep the frame light and strong. The Ripley LS's swingarm and clevis are still filled with foam glass microsphere cores to ensure their structural integrity while keeping weight down, and it has the same expanded dropper capacity as the regular version.The Ripley includes the latest Fox Float DPS shock, which is tuned for the DW-Link suspension's firm, consistent pedaling platform. Expect it to handle with nimble speed while accelerating out of turns and taking advantage of the suspension's strong anti-squat tendencies. The 120mm rear travel, combined with the Ripley LS's 67. 5-degree head tube, makes for a surprisingly eager trail platform that combines the best qualities of XC and trail bikes.Increasing rear stiffness was the key to this versatility, and is bolstered by the inclusion of a boost rear... read more

Yeti Cycles
$3500.00

This year, Yeti found itself staring into a gap between the nimble handling of its SB4. 5c and the locomotive power of the SB6c. W...hether the energetic, Colorado-based group of engineers found themselves thrashed around one too many times on rough slickrock trails on the more trail-oriented SB4. 5, or grew tired of chugging uphill on the SB6, we can't exactly say, but we do know that the new 2017 SB5. 5 Turq Mountain Bike Frame aims to sit somewhere in Yeti's mainstays, leaning slightly more towards the downhill-loving tendencies of the SB6 than the good-natured SB5. If you've watched yourself gravitate towards increasingly bigger hits and more technical terrain over the years, but can't completely abandon your trail riding roots, the SB5. 5 makes an ideal vessel for your next series of escapades.Without being too cryptic, Yeti has said that its Turq series represents the most advanced frames it can create at any given time. For the SB5. 5 Turq, that means a more precise carbon layup, molded to reinforce key stress points along the frame without adding bulk and rumored to reduce weight by almost 300g from the regular version. This process results in strength where you need it, and lightness where you don't. Aside from that, the SB5. 5 Turq arrives with the same capable geometry as its sibling, boasting a 66. 5-degree head tube angle that can't wait to blast its way aggressively through steep, steppy rock gardens that leave little room for indecision. Before you start to think of this as another all-mountain bike that just wants to go straight, know that the long-and-low front end is governed by a short, snappy rear triangle that refuses to let it get too relaxed. Boost rear spacing allows for stubby, quick-thinking chainstays that take successive bumps in stride while tracking a tough line. They'll move and adapt to burly terrain, always returning underneath you to take on the next stretch of blistered desert singletrack or rooty, rarely-maintained trail.Yeti's ... read more

Snoozer Pet Products
$91.99 $71.99

Car Seats & Pet Carriers, Snoozer Pet Rider Bicycle Seat Lookout is a great way to transport your pet and have fun on the road!

CycleOps
$999.99

The CycleOps PowerBeam Pro Bike Trainer has been designed specifically for the most demanding riders on earth who want to control ...the variables of training, with software that lets you plan out a precise workout whilst measuring your output and comparing it to your targets, to aid you perform at the highest level possible. CycleOps PowerBeam Pro Bike Trainer turns a few feet of extra space into a world-class testing facility. The PowerBeam's superb adjustment and PowerTap measurement technology allow accurate power adjustment from 30 watts to 1000 watts, with slopes from 0- to 10-degrees. A wireless console shows your power, heart rate, speed, cadence and more, just like you'd see on the road. You can dial in target power for a given workload and download it afterwards with the included PowerAgent software. Of course, the CycleOps PowerBeam Pro Bike Trainer is one of the quietest trainers available and its frame is tough, sturdy and stable so you can ride as hard as you want. read more

Ozone500
$99.99

The Ozone 500 Girls' Ultra Shock 24 21-Speed Dual-Suspension Bicycle features 24 x 1.95 wheels and front and rear V brakes. Availa...ble at Academy Sports + Outdoors. read more

Huffy
$129.99

The Huffy Girls' Deluxe 24 Cruiser Bicycle features a padded spring saddle and includes a beverage holder. Available at Academy Sp...orts + Outdoors. read more

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