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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Radio Flyer
$79.86 $39.97

The Radio Flyer Glide & Go Balance Bike boosts your child's confidence by giving them a more fun and effective way to learn ho...w to ride a bike. This pedal-free beginner bike allows them to focus on balance, preparing for a two-wheeler in no time. Great... read more

POC
$164.95

After the wild success of aramid bridge technology in its mountain bike helmets, POC integrated the same technology into the winte...r Fornix Helmet. Aramid bridge construction offers massive energy dispersion during impact while keeping the helmet shell lightweight and comfortable on your head. As a crowning touch, the Fornix helmet includes an adjustable venting system that pulls hot air and moisture away from your head with lightning speed and ultimate efficiency. read more

Generic
$119.99 $109.99

STRIDER Balance Bikes are industry-leading training bikes that help children of all abilities as young as 18 months learn to ride ...on two wheels. STRIDER Balance Bikes focus on the fundamentals of balancing, leaning and steering without the distractions... read more

Fisher-Price
$27.36

The Fisher-Price® Infant-to-Toddler Rocker in this sweet bunny print is just right for growing babies! It’s a reclining infant sea...t with a fold-out kickstand—great for feeding. Adjust the seat upright so baby’s movements create rocking motion—with... read more

CarePlay
$82.99

Color: Green CarePlay Squirrel Push/Scoot Ride-On Designed as a 2-in-1 toy, this Squirrel Ride-On and Walker has handles located i...n the front and also on the tails, enabling toddlers to push as easy as they ride! With a wider wheelbase, durable wheels... read more

Raskullz
$27.72

This fashion-inspired bike helmet is every girl's dream! Help your little one stay safe and trendy all at once with the Raskullz S...parklez Loud Child Cloud Bike Helmet. Complete with tie-dye, animal-print and rainbow print background designs, it also... read more

Step2
$79.61

Enjoy time with your children with this Step2 Choo Choo wagon. The two cars lock together to create a safe traveling wagon with mo...lded drink holders for sippy cups. Made using sturdy plastic construction, this wagon features comfortable seating with... read more

Marvel
$24.97

Now your little one can be safe and pretend to be their favorite superhero with this Marvel Captain America Bike Helmet. It is dec...orated in the trademark red, white and blue colors, complete with the character's famous 'ear wings' on the sides. This... read more

Best Choice Products
$149.99

Best Choice Products is proud to present this brand new Wooden Sled. Enjoy the thrill of the outdoors and experience the snow in a... fun manner with this new sled. It embraces the classic style of a sled through its wooden built but it is more sturdy and... read more

Grand Forward
$89.99 $71.99

Treat your little ones to fun, physical play with this Little Box 34" Wooden Wagon. It features sturdy and durable rubber wheels a...nd a steel bar with a plastic handle. In addition, this wagon for kids has removable side panels for hauling wider loads.... read more

Huffy Bikes
$74.99 $73.16

Decorated crossbar pad for added protection, padded seat with coordinated graphics, and fun color graphics. Features: wide trainin...g wheels, steel diamond frame, steel unicrown fork with pressed dropouts, rear coaster brakes, 12 In. x 1.75 In. sidewalk... read more

Kiddieland
$20.00 $19.00

The Toy Story Bullseye Rocker features a soft and adorable body that provides comfortable seating for long hours of rides. Realist...ic pony whinny, trotting sounds and lively music add to the delight! read more

Niner
$5500.00

The latest addition to Niner's trail bike team is--wait for it--27. 5+ compatible. Given that Niner is literally named after wagon... wheels, the Jet 9 RDO 27. 5+ 3-Star XT Complete Mountain Bike's brave departure may initially be unsettling to the brand faithful; however, we're confident that the added capabilities of 27. 5+ will more than win over any 29er heroes. The new wheel size isn't the only big change, though. The 2017 Jet 9 represents a radical departure from the previous Jet geometry. It's now longer across the top, slacker up front, steeper out back, and has 20 more millimeters of Continuously Varying Arc (CVA) travel. When combined with the plush traction of the 27. 5+ platform, these changes equate to better climbing and--more importantly--a more aggressive approach to trail furniture typically reserved for all-mountain bikes. As with most bikes in the current trail generation, the key element underwriting the new Jet 9's versatile geometry is its Boost rear axle. Bumping the spacing up to 148mm lets Niner chop 21mm off of chainstays by slamming the rear wheel up into the seat tube. The extra clearance also allows for 3in tires on 27. 5 rims, which equates to more traction across rain-slicked roots and a bit more cushion when the terrain gets chunky. The steeper seat tube keeps you centered over the pedals for more efficient climbing while the included dropper post allows you to clear out some cockpit space so you can throw the bike around on descents. The 27. 5+ Jet 9 also includes a deeper fork, running 140mm instead of the 29er model's 130. This keeps the geometry relatively in line across wheel sizes, though the 27. 5+ version does shed an extra half degree in the head tube. This positions the 27. 5+ Jet 9 that much closer to enduro nastiness. It also pairs nicely with the new iteration's longer reach and shorter stem, making for a bike that can ride roughshod across all manner of trail furniture without sacrificing responsive steering. Slack head tu. read more

Niner
$5700.00

Niner's RIP 9 RDO 3-Star XT Complete Mountain Bike got quite the facelift for 2017. It now boasts a deeper suspension, slacker hea...d tube, steeper seat tube, stubbier chainstays, and a longer top tube, helping it span the gap between its trail heritage and your enduro aspirations. Kitted out with Shimano's XT drivetrain, a dropper post, and Stan's NoTubes hoops, the RIP 9's newly found all-mountain versatility takes its much-loved predecessor's capabilities to an entirely new level. In addition to the geometry tweaks, the new RIP 9 owes much of its versatility to the introduction of Boost axle spacing. By bumping the rear axle out to 148mm, Niner was able to buy enough clearance at the bottom bracket to shorten the chainstays and sharpen the seat tube angle by 11mm and two degrees, respectively. These subtle changes make the rear triangle that much more responsive to input while also pushing the rider's engine up over the pedals. The stubby stays also keep the bike agile, but with a 67-degree head tube and 160mm of Lyrik forgiveness up front, it's just as happy to try flattening everything in its path--or at least bailing you out when your lines start to get a bit too ambitious. The RIP 9's longer top tube and short stem keep handling on-point, despite that low head tube angle, so you can always fall back on those stubby stays to navigate stretches of especially technical terrain. There's clearly a lot of new radness with the RIP 9, but two things remain pleasantly unchanged: the Race Day Optimized (RDO) construction method and the Constantly Varying Arc (CVA) suspension design. RDO involves a dual-compression process that eliminates resin pooling and allows precise control over wall-thickness. Reducing imperfections makes for a more structurally sound frame, and the targeted control over lay-up and wall thickness lets Niner buttress that structure where appropriate and reduce material where it'll save weight without sacrificing stiffness. The result marks the n... read more

Niner
$5700.00

Niner's RIP 9 RDO 3-Star XT Complete Mountain Bike got quite the facelift for 2017. It now boasts a deeper suspension, slacker hea...d tube, steeper seat tube, stubbier chainstays, and a longer top tube, helping it span the gap between its trail heritage and your enduro aspirations. Kitted out with Shimano's XT drivetrain, a dropper post, and Stan's NoTubes hoops, the RIP 9's newly found all-mountain versatility takes its much-loved predecessor's capabilities to an entirely new level. In addition to the geometry tweaks, the new RIP 9 owes much of its versatility to the introduction of Boost axle spacing. By bumping the rear axle out to 148mm, Niner was able to buy enough clearance at the bottom bracket to shorten the chainstays and sharpen the seat tube angle by 11mm and two degrees, respectively. These subtle changes make the rear triangle that much more responsive to input while also pushing the rider's engine up over the pedals. The stubby stays also keep the bike agile, but with a 67-degree head tube and 160mm of Lyrik forgiveness up front, it's just as happy to try flattening everything in its path--or at least bailing you out when your lines start to get a bit too ambitious. The RIP 9's longer top tube and short stem keep handling on-point, despite that low head tube angle, so you can always fall back on those stubby stays to navigate stretches of especially technical terrain. There's clearly a lot of new radness with the RIP 9, but two things remain pleasantly unchanged: the Race Day Optimized (RDO) construction method and the Constantly Varying Arc (CVA) suspension design. RDO involves a dual-compression process that eliminates resin pooling and allows precise control over wall-thickness. Reducing imperfections makes for a more structurally sound frame, and the targeted control over lay-up and wall thickness lets Niner buttress that structure where appropriate and reduce material where it'll save weight without sacrificing stiffness. The result marks the n... read more

Niner
$3000.00

Niner's engineers have been busy, going back to the drawing board and revamping almost every frameset for 2017. It was worth the e...ffort though, and the 2017 Niner Jet 9 RDO Mountain Bike Frame is back with a massive facelift, 20 additional millimeters of Continuously Varying Arc (CVA) travel, compatibility with both 29-in and 27. 5+ wheels, and even more versatility than its predecessor. It's slacker up front, steeper out back, longer across the top, and flat out better at all the things that made us love the original Jet 9. Bomb descents, grind climbs, and revel in the joy of fast flowy singletrack with this versatile trail machine.As with most bikes in the current trail generation, the key element underwriting the new Jet 9's versatile geometry is its Boost rear axle. Bumping the spacing up to 148mm lets Niner chop 21mm off of chainstays by slamming the rear wheel up into the seat tube. The seat tube contributes to that versatility, too. Despite the fact that the 2017 Jet 9 comes with a recommended front travel pairing of 130mm for 29in wheels and 140mm with 27. 5+, it's got a similar seat tube angle as the 2016 Jet 9 with a 100mm fork. Adding that much travel up front would typically force you out of the bike's center; however, the new Jet 9's geometry keeps you on top of the pedals for stable handling and efficient power transfer.The bike's updates shine at the front end, too. In 2016, the Jet 9 was limited to a 71 or 70. 5-degree head tube, depending on whether you were running a 100 or 110mm fork. For 2017 it drops to 67. 5 degrees paired with a 130mm fork and 29in wheels and down to 67 degrees with a 140mm fork and 27. 5+ wheels. This puts the Jet 9 right on the cusp of moderate stability and enduro abandon. When paired with the new iteration's longer reach and shorter stem, that angle means the bike can ride roughshod across all manner of trail furniture without sacrificing responsive steering. Despite the geometry changes, Niner's Race Day Optimized (... read more

Niner
$3000.00

Niner's engineers have been busy, going back to the drawing board and revamping almost every frameset for 2017. It was worth the e...ffort though, and the 2017 Niner Jet 9 RDO Mountain Bike Frame is back with a massive facelift, 20 additional millimeters of Continuously Varying Arc (CVA) travel, compatibility with both 29-in and 27. 5+ wheels, and even more versatility than its predecessor. It's slacker up front, steeper out back, longer across the top, and flat out better at all the things that made us love the original Jet 9. Bomb descents, grind climbs, and revel in the joy of fast flowy singletrack with this versatile trail machine.As with most bikes in the current trail generation, the key element underwriting the new Jet 9's versatile geometry is its Boost rear axle. Bumping the spacing up to 148mm lets Niner chop 21mm off of chainstays by slamming the rear wheel up into the seat tube. The seat tube contributes to that versatility, too. Despite the fact that the 2017 Jet 9 comes with a recommended front travel pairing of 130mm for 29in wheels and 140mm with 27. 5+, it's got a similar seat tube angle as the 2016 Jet 9 with a 100mm fork. Adding that much travel up front would typically force you out of the bike's center; however, the new Jet 9's geometry keeps you on top of the pedals for stable handling and efficient power transfer.The bike's updates shine at the front end, too. In 2016, the Jet 9 was limited to a 71 or 70. 5-degree head tube, depending on whether you were running a 100 or 110mm fork. For 2017 it drops to 67. 5 degrees paired with a 130mm fork and 29in wheels and down to 67 degrees with a 140mm fork and 27. 5+ wheels. This puts the Jet 9 right on the cusp of moderate stability and enduro abandon. When paired with the new iteration's longer reach and shorter stem, that angle means the bike can ride roughshod across all manner of trail furniture without sacrificing responsive steering. Despite the geometry changes, Niner's Race Day Optimized (... read more

Niner
$3800.00

No, you didn't misread that, the 2017 Niner RIP 9 27. 5+ 2-Star SLX Complete Mountain Bike has 27. 5-inch wheels, which on the sur...face sounds a bit like heresy given Niners longstanding devotion to all things 29er. However, the advent of 27. 5+ means those big, beefy tires have nearly the same diameter as a normal 29in tire, which makes this move in wheel size a welcome option for added traction and an extra dose of cush. This particular model arrives in aluminum form, mirroring its more expensive carbon counterpart at a fraction of the price tag, with Shimano's workhorse SLX drivetrain and Stan's NoTubes wheels keeping things rolling through the rough.In addition to its newfound versatility to accommodate both 29in and 27. 5+ wheels, the RIP 9 underwent quite a few changes to emerge as an all-mountain shredder built for any terrain. It features a slacker head tube, steeper seat tube, longer top tube, stubbier chainstays, and a deeper suspension than its predecessor to push beyond its trail heritage and achieve its enduro aspirations.On top of those geometry tweaks, the new RIP 9 gains owes a large chunk of its responsive versatility to the introduction of Boost axle spacing. Pushing the rear axle out to 148mm enabled Niner to wrangle enough clearance at the bottom bracket to shorten the chainstays by 11mm and sharpen the seat tube angle by two degrees. These subtle changes make the rear triangle that much more responsive to input while also pushing the rider's engine up over the pedals.The shortened stays do their part to keep the bike agile, but the slack, 66. 5-degree head tube angle means the RIP 9 also joyfully flattens everything in its path--or at least bails you out when you get a bit too ambitious with line choice. Its longer top tube and short stem keep handling on-point, despite that low head tube angle, so you can always fall back on those stubby stays to navigate stretches of particularly technical terrain.The new RIP 9's CVA suspension design is ... read more

Niner
$3200.00

It may have the same name as its predecessor, but the 2017 Niner RIP 9 RDO Mountain Bike Frame went in for some serious upgrades b...efore stepping into the limelight. Dropping with a slacker head tube, steeper seat tube, longer top tube, stubbier chainstays, and a deeper suspension, the new RIP 9 RDO bridges the gap between its trail heritage and enduro aspirations to settle firmly into all-mountain territory. And surprisingly, given Niner's historic dedication to the eponymous 29er, the frame now boasts compatibility with both 29in and 27. 5+ wheels so you can choose the size that best fits your riding style. In addition to the geometry tweaks, the new RIP 9 gains a heap of versatility with the introduction of Boost axle spacing. Boost spacing makes for stiffer wheels, which wagon wheels are uniquely qualified to benefit from, but it also opens up a world of options throughout the rear triangle. By pushing the rear axle out to 148mm, Niner was able to finagle enough clearance at the bottom bracket to shorten the chainstays by 11mm and sharpen the seat tube angle by two degrees. These subtle changes make the rear triangle that much more responsive to input while also pushing the bike's engine (read: you) up over the pedals. The stubby stays keep the bike agile, but the slack-ish head tube means the RIP 9 RDO also revels in attempts to flatten everything in its path--or at least bailing you out when your lines start to get a bit too ambitious. Depending on the fork and wheels you pair it with, the Rip 9's front end can hit as low as 66. 5 degrees. Its longer top tube pairs well with a short stem and wide bar to keep handling on-point, despite that low head tube angle, so you can always fall back on those short stays to navigate stretches of especially technical terrain. There's obviously oodles of new radness with the RIP 9 RDO, but two things remain pleasantly unchanged: The Race Day Optimized (RDO) construction method and the Constantly Varying Arc (CVA) suspens... read more

Niner
$3500.00

The 2017 Niner RIP 9 2-Star SLX Complete Mountain Bike acknowledges that carbon isn't everyone's cup of tea and manifests the RIP ...9 RDO's hard charging personality in aluminum form for riders looking for a lightweight, durable, and whip fast ride with quality componentry that won't crush their bank account like its carbon fiber counterparts. This year's RIP 9 mirrors the updates found in its carbon sibling, with a slacker head tube, longer top tube, steeper seat tube, stubbier chainstays, and a deeper suspension than its predecessor to mediate the gap between its trail history and enduro dreams, landing firmly in versatile all-mountain territory.In addition to those geometry tweaks, the new RIP 9 gains a pile of responsive versatility with the introduction of Boost axle spacing. Pushing the rear axle out to 148mm enabled Niner to wrangle enough clearance at the bottom bracket to shorten the chainstays by 11mm and sharpen the seat tube angle by two degrees. These subtle changes make the rear triangle that much more responsive to input while also pushing the rider's engine up over the pedals.The truncated stays do their part to keep the bike agile, but the 67-degree head tube means the RIP 9 also gleefully attempts to flatten everything in its path--or at least bailing you out when you get a bit too ambitious with line choice. Its longer top tube and short stem keep handling on-point, despite that low head tube angle, so you can always fall back on those stubby stays to navigate stretches of especially technical terrain.The new RIP 9's CVA suspension is back unchanged, but it allows that design to play with 25mm more travel. This brings it up to 150mm, optimized for descending fast in gnarly terrain while remaining surprisingly responsive when you punch on the gas. Unlike other designs, CVA is optimized for the increased bottom bracket drop inherent in 29ers. It tends to ride high with a controlled mid-stroke that balances pedal input and suspension travel, keepi... read more

Niner
$3200.00

It may have the same name as its predecessor, but the 2017 Niner RIP 9 RDO Mountain Bike Frame went in for some serious upgrades b...efore stepping into the limelight. Dropping with a slacker head tube, steeper seat tube, longer top tube, stubbier chainstays, and a deeper suspension, the new RIP 9 RDO bridges the gap between its trail heritage and enduro aspirations to settle firmly into all-mountain territory. And surprisingly, given Niner's historic dedication to the eponymous 29er, the frame now boasts compatibility with both 29in and 27. 5+ wheels so you can choose the size that best fits your riding style. In addition to the geometry tweaks, the new RIP 9 gains a heap of versatility with the introduction of Boost axle spacing. Boost spacing makes for stiffer wheels, which wagon wheels are uniquely qualified to benefit from, but it also opens up a world of options throughout the rear triangle. By pushing the rear axle out to 148mm, Niner was able to finagle enough clearance at the bottom bracket to shorten the chainstays by 11mm and sharpen the seat tube angle by two degrees. These subtle changes make the rear triangle that much more responsive to input while also pushing the bike's engine (read: you) up over the pedals. The stubby stays keep the bike agile, but the slack-ish head tube means the RIP 9 RDO also revels in attempts to flatten everything in its path--or at least bailing you out when your lines start to get a bit too ambitious. Depending on the fork and wheels you pair it with, the Rip 9's front end can hit as low as 66. 5 degrees. Its longer top tube pairs well with a short stem and wide bar to keep handling on-point, despite that low head tube angle, so you can always fall back on those short stays to navigate stretches of especially technical terrain. There's obviously oodles of new radness with the RIP 9 RDO, but two things remain pleasantly unchanged: The Race Day Optimized (RDO) construction method and the Constantly Varying Arc (CVA) suspens... read more

XtremepowerUS
$179.98

Description: This motorized storage shelves is ideal to organize garage and save space. It is able to store bikes, golf clubs, tir...es, ladders and tools that take up on the garage floor. Organize your garage with the Motorized Garage 250 lb. Electric... read more

Burton
$269.95

Similar to placing training wheels on your kid's first bike, the Burton After School Special Kids' Snowboard Package gives your gr...om the upper hand in learning to ride, thanks to its easy-turning flex pattern, catch-free convex base, and pre-mounted... read more

K2
$149.95

Checking in at just 11oz, K2's Route Helmet is the lightest snow helmet on the market. It takes its cues from climbing helmets--ju...st check out the ventilation system. The polycarbonate shell and EPS foam liner are fully certified for skiing, snowboarding, and even biking protection. The earpads are removable, as are the fully adjustable headlamp and goggle clips, making for a fully customizable package whether you're in the resort or the backcountry. K2 teamed up with Boa to provide the fully adjustable Boa FS 360 fit system and also included a stretchy waterproof cover that provides the Route with serious weather protection when you wear it during storms. read more

K2
$149.95

Checking in at just 11oz, K2's Route Helmet is the lightest snow helmet on the market. It takes its cues from climbing helmets--ju...st check out the ventilation system. The polycarbonate shell and EPS foam liner are fully certified for skiing, snowboarding, and even biking protection. The earpads are removable, as are the fully adjustable headlamp and goggle clips, making for a fully customizable package whether you're in the resort or the backcountry. K2 teamed up with Boa to provide the fully adjustable Boa FS 360 fit system and also included a stretchy waterproof cover that provides the Route with serious weather protection when you wear it during storms. read more

K2
$149.95

Checking in at just 11oz, K2's Route Helmet is the lightest snow helmet on the market. It takes its cues from climbing helmets--ju...st check out the ventilation system. The polycarbonate shell and EPS foam liner are fully certified for skiing, snowboarding, and even biking protection. The earpads are removable, as are the fully adjustable headlamp and goggle clips, making for a fully customizable package whether you're in the resort or the backcountry. K2 teamed up with Boa to provide the fully adjustable Boa FS 360 fit system and also included a stretchy waterproof cover that provides the Route with serious weather protection when you wear it during storms. read more

K2
$129.95

Whether you're shredding your favorite powder stash or biking a hidden trail, stay safe with the K2 Stash Helmet. It's both snow- ...and bike-certified thanks to a new Convertible Full-Wrap liner that keeps your head and ears warm in winter and pops out to help you stay cool in summer. Even if you don't have the liner in, you can still use the 360 K2Dialed fit system to lock in the perfect fit with the twist of a dial. Passive ventilation channels cool air over your head to manage moisture and keep you from overheating during spring park sessions. The Magna-Snap goggle clip keeps your goggle strap in check so it doesn't slip when you take a spill. Whatever adventure you're on, the Stash has your back. read more

K2
$129.95

Whether you're shredding your favorite powder stash or biking a hidden trail, stay safe with the K2 Stash Helmet. It's both snow- ...and bike-certified thanks to a new Convertible Full-Wrap liner that keeps your head and ears warm in winter and pops out to help you stay cool in summer. Even if you don't have the liner in, you can still use the 360 K2Dialed fit system to lock in the perfect fit with the twist of a dial. Passive ventilation channels cool air over your head to manage moisture and keep you from overheating during spring park sessions. The Magna-Snap goggle clip keeps your goggle strap in check so it doesn't slip when you take a spill. Whatever adventure you're on, the Stash has your back. read more

6D Helmets
$268.95 $199.00

With brain safety and head protection making headlines everywhere from American football to all disciplines of cycling, we've seen... widespread adoption of new technologies in an attempt to reduce impact forces and preserve cognitive health in the event of a crash. While 6D Helmets has been doing cool things with safety on the moto side of things for a while now, it's jumping into the mountain bike realm with the all-new ATB-1T Helmet and its revolutionary Omni-Directional Suspension (ODS) Technology. Two and a half years in the making, this helmet breaks new ground in force reduction for increased safety out on the trail. ODS, in short, consists of two layers of EPS foam sandwiched around a series of dampers to absorb impact and reduce linear and angular accelerations. The outer layer is a higher density EPS in-molded with a durable polycarbonate shell to protect from sharp hits and objects, while the inner layer is a lower density EPS that provides quicker compression (and therefore protection) at lower impact forces. These layers are joined by 27 elastic isolation dampers that allow movement across both compressive and shearing planes of motion in the event of a crash, with a compressive spring rate to mitigate accelerations. Think of the system as a ball and socket joint, in which the inner shell is able to shift and rotate across multiple planes to reduce impact force across the full range of strike angles, which in turn reduces your chances of concussion. This is a big deal when you're staring down the barrel of a gnarly run and thinking about having to get up and function at work the next day. Even with all that safety packed in, the ATB-1T still looks like a rockin' trail helmet, so you'll stick out for your style instead of a noticeably strange head topper. 6D also pays attention to smaller, less obvious details to make wearing this helmet a comfortable experience. Large air vents promote cooling airflow for ease of use on even the warmest rides, while ... read more

Lazer
$379.95

The Lazer Z1 Lifebeam Helmet has two very large plusses going for it. First, the Z1 is probably the most "Euro" helmet in our cata...log. Second, we're shipping it as a package that includes the Z1 and an integrated Lifebeam heart rate monitor. We can't really support claims for the helmet's Euro-ness with any empirical evidence (it just feels Euro), but the included sensor system is backed by partner-company Lifebeam's pedigree in keeping tabs on vital signs. Since this pedigree involves monitoring jet pilots and astronauts experiencing stress levels that are often literally out of this world, the company is more than capable of handling the relatively modest hardships of a bike race. Lifebeam builds its optical heart rate sensor into a Z1 forehead pad, so it integrates cleanly with Lazer's peloton-proven, top-tier racing helmet. The sensor does require skin contact, so any headwear that comes between your brow and the helmet's padding array would also interfere with monitoring. A transmitter out back communicates the sensor's findings from head to head unit via Bluetooth 4. 0 and ANT+--the ubiquity of which means it's likely compatible with your current cockpit brain. As mentioned above, the helmet itself is Lazer's peloton-grade model, and it's seen plenty of stage wins atop the heads of Lotto Soudal's climbers and sprinters alike, proving that it's an all-purpose model in the increasingly specialized field of cycling helmets. The generous vents and classic ABS/polycarbonate shell construction strike the standard notes of low weight and high ventilation that we expect from a helmet. Lazer's Rigidity Brace System (RBS), Advance Rollsys System (ARS), and T-Pro design ensure that those qualities don't come with a tax on the helmet's protective abilities. RBS is the helmet equivalent of a roll cage, and the T-Pro design extends that protection to your temples without obstructing your field of vision while you're tucked in on long descents. You know, the descents we... read more

Lazer
$379.95

The Lazer Z1 Lifebeam Helmet has two very large plusses going for it. First, the Z1 is probably the most "Euro" helmet in our cata...log. Second, we're shipping it as a package that includes the Z1 and an integrated Lifebeam heart rate monitor. We can't really support claims for the helmet's Euro-ness with any empirical evidence (it just feels Euro), but the included sensor system is backed by partner-company Lifebeam's pedigree in keeping tabs on vital signs. Since this pedigree involves monitoring jet pilots and astronauts experiencing stress levels that are often literally out of this world, the company is more than capable of handling the relatively modest hardships of a bike race. Lifebeam builds its optical heart rate sensor into a Z1 forehead pad, so it integrates cleanly with Lazer's peloton-proven, top-tier racing helmet. The sensor does require skin contact, so any headwear that comes between your brow and the helmet's padding array would also interfere with monitoring. A transmitter out back communicates the sensor's findings from head to head unit via Bluetooth 4. 0 and ANT+--the ubiquity of which means it's likely compatible with your current cockpit brain. As mentioned above, the helmet itself is Lazer's peloton-grade model, and it's seen plenty of stage wins atop the heads of Lotto Soudal's climbers and sprinters alike, proving that it's an all-purpose model in the increasingly specialized field of cycling helmets. The generous vents and classic ABS/polycarbonate shell construction strike the standard notes of low weight and high ventilation that we expect from a helmet. Lazer's Rigidity Brace System (RBS), Advance Rollsys System (ARS), and T-Pro design ensure that those qualities don't come with a tax on the helmet's protective abilities. RBS is the helmet equivalent of a roll cage, and the T-Pro design extends that protection to your temples without obstructing your field of vision while you're tucked in on long descents. You know, the descents we... read more

Lazer
$379.95

The Lazer Z1 Lifebeam Helmet has two very large plusses going for it. First, the Z1 is probably the most "Euro" helmet in our cata...log. Second, we're shipping it as a package that includes the Z1 and an integrated Lifebeam heart rate monitor. We can't really support claims for the helmet's Euro-ness with any empirical evidence (it just feels Euro), but the included sensor system is backed by partner-company Lifebeam's pedigree in keeping tabs on vital signs. Since this pedigree involves monitoring jet pilots and astronauts experiencing stress levels that are often literally out of this world, the company is more than capable of handling the relatively modest hardships of a bike race. Lifebeam builds its optical heart rate sensor into a Z1 forehead pad, so it integrates cleanly with Lazer's peloton-proven, top-tier racing helmet. The sensor does require skin contact, so any headwear that comes between your brow and the helmet's padding array would also interfere with monitoring. A transmitter out back communicates the sensor's findings from head to head unit via Bluetooth 4. 0 and ANT+--the ubiquity of which means it's likely compatible with your current cockpit brain. As mentioned above, the helmet itself is Lazer's peloton-grade model, and it's seen plenty of stage wins atop the heads of Lotto Soudal's climbers and sprinters alike, proving that it's an all-purpose model in the increasingly specialized field of cycling helmets. The generous vents and classic ABS/polycarbonate shell construction strike the standard notes of low weight and high ventilation that we expect from a helmet. Lazer's Rigidity Brace System (RBS), Advance Rollsys System (ARS), and T-Pro design ensure that those qualities don't come with a tax on the helmet's protective abilities. RBS is the helmet equivalent of a roll cage, and the T-Pro design extends that protection to your temples without obstructing your field of vision while you're tucked in on long descents. You know, the descents we... read more

Lazer
$379.95

The Lazer Z1 Lifebeam Helmet has two very large plusses going for it. First, the Z1 is probably the most "Euro" helmet in our cata...log. Second, we're shipping it as a package that includes the Z1 and an integrated Lifebeam heart rate monitor. We can't really support claims for the helmet's Euro-ness with any empirical evidence (it just feels Euro), but the included sensor system is backed by partner-company Lifebeam's pedigree in keeping tabs on vital signs. Since this pedigree involves monitoring jet pilots and astronauts experiencing stress levels that are often literally out of this world, the company is more than capable of handling the relatively modest hardships of a bike race. Lifebeam builds its optical heart rate sensor into a Z1 forehead pad, so it integrates cleanly with Lazer's peloton-proven, top-tier racing helmet. The sensor does require skin contact, so any headwear that comes between your brow and the helmet's padding array would also interfere with monitoring. A transmitter out back communicates the sensor's findings from head to head unit via Bluetooth 4. 0 and ANT+--the ubiquity of which means it's likely compatible with your current cockpit brain. As mentioned above, the helmet itself is Lazer's peloton-grade model, and it's seen plenty of stage wins atop the heads of Lotto Soudal's climbers and sprinters alike, proving that it's an all-purpose model in the increasingly specialized field of cycling helmets. The generous vents and classic ABS/polycarbonate shell construction strike the standard notes of low weight and high ventilation that we expect from a helmet. Lazer's Rigidity Brace System (RBS), Advance Rollsys System (ARS), and T-Pro design ensure that those qualities don't come with a tax on the helmet's protective abilities. RBS is the helmet equivalent of a roll cage, and the T-Pro design extends that protection to your temples without obstructing your field of vision while you're tucked in on long descents. You know, the descents we... read more

Lazer
$379.95

The Lazer Z1 Lifebeam Helmet has two very large plusses going for it. First, the Z1 is probably the most "Euro" helmet in our cata...log. Second, we're shipping it as a package that includes the Z1 and an integrated Lifebeam heart rate monitor. We can't really support claims for the helmet's Euro-ness with any empirical evidence (it just feels Euro), but the included sensor system is backed by partner-company Lifebeam's pedigree in keeping tabs on vital signs. Since this pedigree involves monitoring jet pilots and astronauts experiencing stress levels that are often literally out of this world, the company is more than capable of handling the relatively modest hardships of a bike race. Lifebeam builds its optical heart rate sensor into a Z1 forehead pad, so it integrates cleanly with Lazer's peloton-proven, top-tier racing helmet. The sensor does require skin contact, so any headwear that comes between your brow and the helmet's padding array would also interfere with monitoring. A transmitter out back communicates the sensor's findings from head to head unit via Bluetooth 4. 0 and ANT+--the ubiquity of which means it's likely compatible with your current cockpit brain. As mentioned above, the helmet itself is Lazer's peloton-grade model, and it's seen plenty of stage wins atop the heads of Lotto Soudal's climbers and sprinters alike, proving that it's an all-purpose model in the increasingly specialized field of cycling helmets. The generous vents and classic ABS/polycarbonate shell construction strike the standard notes of low weight and high ventilation that we expect from a helmet. Lazer's Rigidity Brace System (RBS), Advance Rollsys System (ARS), and T-Pro design ensure that those qualities don't come with a tax on the helmet's protective abilities. RBS is the helmet equivalent of a roll cage, and the T-Pro design extends that protection to your temples without obstructing your field of vision while you're tucked in on long descents. You know, the descents we... read more

Lazer
$379.95

The Lazer Z1 Lifebeam Helmet has two very large plusses going for it. First, the Z1 is probably the most "Euro" helmet in our cata...log. Second, we're shipping it as a package that includes the Z1 and an integrated Lifebeam heart rate monitor. We can't really support claims for the helmet's Euro-ness with any empirical evidence (it just feels Euro), but the included sensor system is backed by partner-company Lifebeam's pedigree in keeping tabs on vital signs. Since this pedigree involves monitoring jet pilots and astronauts experiencing stress levels that are often literally out of this world, the company is more than capable of handling the relatively modest hardships of a bike race. Lifebeam builds its optical heart rate sensor into a Z1 forehead pad, so it integrates cleanly with Lazer's peloton-proven, top-tier racing helmet. The sensor does require skin contact, so any headwear that comes between your brow and the helmet's padding array would also interfere with monitoring. A transmitter out back communicates the sensor's findings from head to head unit via Bluetooth 4. 0 and ANT+--the ubiquity of which means it's likely compatible with your current cockpit brain. As mentioned above, the helmet itself is Lazer's peloton-grade model, and it's seen plenty of stage wins atop the heads of Lotto Soudal's climbers and sprinters alike, proving that it's an all-purpose model in the increasingly specialized field of cycling helmets. The generous vents and classic ABS/polycarbonate shell construction strike the standard notes of low weight and high ventilation that we expect from a helmet. Lazer's Rigidity Brace System (RBS), Advance Rollsys System (ARS), and T-Pro design ensure that those qualities don't come with a tax on the helmet's protective abilities. RBS is the helmet equivalent of a roll cage, and the T-Pro design extends that protection to your temples without obstructing your field of vision while you're tucked in on long descents. You know, the descents we... read more

Lazer
$379.95

The Lazer Z1 Lifebeam Helmet has two very large plusses going for it. First, the Z1 is probably the most "Euro" helmet in our cata...log. Second, we're shipping it as a package that includes the Z1 and an integrated Lifebeam heart rate monitor. We can't really support claims for the helmet's Euro-ness with any empirical evidence (it just feels Euro), but the included sensor system is backed by partner-company Lifebeam's pedigree in keeping tabs on vital signs. Since this pedigree involves monitoring jet pilots and astronauts experiencing stress levels that are often literally out of this world, the company is more than capable of handling the relatively modest hardships of a bike race. Lifebeam builds its optical heart rate sensor into a Z1 forehead pad, so it integrates cleanly with Lazer's peloton-proven, top-tier racing helmet. The sensor does require skin contact, so any headwear that comes between your brow and the helmet's padding array would also interfere with monitoring. A transmitter out back communicates the sensor's findings from head to head unit via Bluetooth 4. 0 and ANT+--the ubiquity of which means it's likely compatible with your current cockpit brain. As mentioned above, the helmet itself is Lazer's peloton-grade model, and it's seen plenty of stage wins atop the heads of Lotto Soudal's climbers and sprinters alike, proving that it's an all-purpose model in the increasingly specialized field of cycling helmets. The generous vents and classic ABS/polycarbonate shell construction strike the standard notes of low weight and high ventilation that we expect from a helmet. Lazer's Rigidity Brace System (RBS), Advance Rollsys System (ARS), and T-Pro design ensure that those qualities don't come with a tax on the helmet's protective abilities. RBS is the helmet equivalent of a roll cage, and the T-Pro design extends that protection to your temples without obstructing your field of vision while you're tucked in on long descents. You know, the descents we... read more

Lazer
$379.95

The Lazer Z1 Lifebeam Helmet has two very large plusses going for it. First, the Z1 is probably the most "Euro" helmet in our cata...log. Second, we're shipping it as a package that includes the Z1 and an integrated Lifebeam heart rate monitor. We can't really support claims for the helmet's Euro-ness with any empirical evidence (it just feels Euro), but the included sensor system is backed by partner-company Lifebeam's pedigree in keeping tabs on vital signs. Since this pedigree involves monitoring jet pilots and astronauts experiencing stress levels that are often literally out of this world, the company is more than capable of handling the relatively modest hardships of a bike race. Lifebeam builds its optical heart rate sensor into a Z1 forehead pad, so it integrates cleanly with Lazer's peloton-proven, top-tier racing helmet. The sensor does require skin contact, so any headwear that comes between your brow and the helmet's padding array would also interfere with monitoring. A transmitter out back communicates the sensor's findings from head to head unit via Bluetooth 4. 0 and ANT+--the ubiquity of which means it's likely compatible with your current cockpit brain. As mentioned above, the helmet itself is Lazer's peloton-grade model, and it's seen plenty of stage wins atop the heads of Lotto Soudal's climbers and sprinters alike, proving that it's an all-purpose model in the increasingly specialized field of cycling helmets. The generous vents and classic ABS/polycarbonate shell construction strike the standard notes of low weight and high ventilation that we expect from a helmet. Lazer's Rigidity Brace System (RBS), Advance Rollsys System (ARS), and T-Pro design ensure that those qualities don't come with a tax on the helmet's protective abilities. RBS is the helmet equivalent of a roll cage, and the T-Pro design extends that protection to your temples without obstructing your field of vision while you're tucked in on long descents. You know, the descents we... read more

Fox Racing
$149.95 $112.46

Building on the heritage of Fox Racing's much-loved -- and still very relevant -- Flux helmet, the Metah Mountain Bike Helmet brin...gs boosted venting and a reduced weight to shepherd you through technical trails. Despite those changes, the helmet's coverage is also increased; the back dips lower, and extended protection zones at the sides protect your sensitive temples. The Metah's shell includes Fox's Varizorb multi-density impact reduction system, which utilizes a layered pattern of cone-shaped foam in varying densities to maximize impact absorption and protect your brain if you do crash. A rear dial retention system and Y-Strap adjustment under the chin let you dial in a comfortable, secure fit so you can focus on the trail instead of your gear, and ten huge vents provide air flow to keep your noggin cool and collected on even the warmest days. read more

POC
$164.95

After the wild success of aramid bridge technology in its mountain bike helmets, POC integrated the same technology into the winte...r Fornix Helmet. Aramid bridge construction offers massive energy dispersion during impact while keeping the helmet shell lightweight and comfortable on your head. As a crowning touch, the Fornix helmet includes an adjustable venting system that pulls hot air and moisture away from your head with lightning speed and ultimate efficiency. read more

Six Six One
$199.95

Crashing a bike isn't exactly rocket science, but preserving your brain functions during those crashes may well be if the new Evo ...AM Helmet is any indication. Six Six One has sent helmet tech into orbit with the combination of Contego EPS foam -- which eats up a claimed extraterrestrial 30% more impact than earthbound EPS -- and the MIPS protection system. MIPS involves a free-moving layer that allows for some tectonic-type give, effectively diffusing the oblique impacts that most crashes typically involve. This reduces brain "sloshing," which is every bit as undesirable as it sounds, and helps avoid concussions. The MIPS and Contego EPS foam are contained by a well-ventilated shell that extends the coverage down the back of the head. A magnetic Fidlock strap buckle and Boa adjustment system keep all the Evo AM's protective elements firmly in place. read more

POC
$164.95

After the wild success of aramid bridge technology in its mountain bike helmets, POC integrated the same technology into the winte...r Fornix Helmet. Aramid bridge construction offers massive energy dispersion during impact while keeping the helmet shell lightweight and comfortable on your head. As a crowning touch, the Fornix helmet includes an adjustable venting system that pulls hot air and moisture away from your head with lightning speed and ultimate efficiency. read more

POC
$164.95

After the wild success of aramid bridge technology in its mountain bike helmets, POC integrated the same technology into the winte...r Fornix Helmet. Aramid bridge construction offers massive energy dispersion during impact while keeping the helmet shell lightweight and comfortable on your head. As a crowning touch, the Fornix helmet includes an adjustable venting system that pulls hot air and moisture away from your head with lightning speed and ultimate efficiency. read more

POC
$164.95

After the wild success of aramid bridge technology in its mountain bike helmets, POC integrated the same technology into the winte...r Fornix Helmet. Aramid bridge construction offers massive energy dispersion during impact while keeping the helmet shell lightweight and comfortable on your head. As a crowning touch, the Fornix helmet includes an adjustable venting system that pulls hot air and moisture away from your head with lightning speed and ultimate efficiency. read more

POC
$164.95

After the wild success of aramid bridge technology in its mountain bike helmets, POC integrated the same technology into the winte...r Fornix Helmet. Aramid bridge construction offers massive energy dispersion during impact while keeping the helmet shell lightweight and comfortable on your head. As a crowning touch, the Fornix helmet includes an adjustable venting system that pulls hot air and moisture away from your head with lightning speed and ultimate efficiency. read more

K2
$129.95

Making a name for itself as the lightest and only bike-certified ski helmet in the women's collection, the K2 Meridian Helmet give...s you four-season functionality in style. The tough polycarbonate shell is lined with highly-protective EPS foam to protect your noggin when working on new tricks in the terrain park, and the convertible full-wrap liner is extra soft, breathable, and wicks moisture for a super comfortable fit all day. The 360 K2dialed Fit System ensures just the right fit, the Magna-Snap goggle clip keeps your goggles securely in place, and the Passive channel ventilation system cools you down when things heat up on your bike, board, or skis. read more

K2
$129.95

Whether you're shredding your favorite powder stash or biking a hidden trail, stay safe with the K2 Stash Helmet. It's both snow- ...and bike-certified thanks to a new Convertible Full-Wrap liner that keeps your head and ears warm in winter and pops out to help you stay cool in summer. Even if you don't have the liner in, you can still use the 360 K2Dialed fit system to lock in the perfect fit with the twist of a dial. Passive ventilation channels cool air over your head to manage moisture and keep you from overheating during spring park sessions. The Magna-Snap goggle clip keeps your goggle strap in check so it doesn't slip when you take a spill. Whatever adventure you're on, the Stash has your back. read more

Giro
$249.95

Most TT's and triathlons take place anywhere from late spring through early fall, often on some of the hottest days of the year. A... TT/tri-specific lid can certainly speed up your ride, but not if it isn't built with enough ventilation to keep you cool. How to make "aero" helmets that save watts without leaving cyclists trapped inside a stifling bubble is a recurring challenge for helmet manufacturers. That's why we're impressed with the Giro Aerohead MIPS Helmet's wind-cheating profile and efficient venting system, which incorporates more cooling channels than the Aerohead Ultimate and features the added protection of Multi-directional Impact Protection System (MIPS). On the outside, the Aerohead uses a pretty standard In-Mold construction; polycarbonate fused to EPS foam acts as an initial shock absorbing layer and keeps the helmet's efficient profile intact. Inside, a MIPS liner feels barely perceptible as you ride, but significantly reduces the likelihood of brain injury in the event of a crash. It's a technology that's becoming ubiquitous in helmets across disciplines because it rotates slightly upon impact to quell the damaging sloshing energy generated by certain impacts. After addressing safety, Giro devoted significant energy to developing its Wind Tunnel ventilation, aptly named for its ability to usher air internally through the helmet without impacting aerodynamic efficiency. You can ride tucked on your aerobars on a sweltering tri course and the helmet will deliver a breeze to cool your head while helping you slice through the wind faster than your competitors wearing regular road helmets. Other touches like a wrap-around ZEISS visor serve to make T1 faster and limit on-the-bike distractions, with the magnetic anchor giving you the freedom to flip the visor up quickly when you don't need it. Giro's Roc Loc Air fit system makes an appearance in the Aerohead as well, delivering simple, efficient adjustability to ensure the helmet stays in place throu... read more

Juliana
$6499.00

The Juliana Joplin Carbon 27. 5+ X01 Carbon CC Complete Mountain Bike is the product of two strains of DNA. The most prominent is,... of course, the model's immediate predecessors. The first leg of this history is the Joplin line itself, which has become a wagon-wheel staple because of its ability to clean climbs as fast as the goddess of rock for which it's named lived her mercurial life. The longer story is a bit more complicated. It involves the developmental curve of the genre-defining Tallboy, which culminates today in some modern touches like Boost spacing, enduro-inspired suspension links, and Santa Cruz's protean flip chip. The key difference between the Joplin and the Tallboy is in the shock tune, with the former lightening up a bit for lighter riders. Juliana calculates that typical women cyclists are around 30lb lighter than men, so the Joplin's lighter shock tune allows lighter riders to take full advantage of the bike's 4. 5in of VPP travel. In the end, it's a tale of suspension and geometry that's dramatic enough to rival the biography of fast-living young rock stars; however, like any good story, it has an O. Henry twist. In this case, that surprise ending is the flip chip. The flip chip 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 perfect with the Joplin. Changing the Hightower results in a slight change in head tube angle; the Joplin's head tube stays the same for 27. 5+ and 29in wheels. 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 sta... read more

Ellsworth
$5,494.95 $4286.06

While it isn't regressive by any means, Ellsworth certainly doesn't feel compelled to follow the industry trends in frame and susp...ension tech. But when the brand decides that something is worth the hype it's generating, Ellsworth typically demonstrates the kind of innovative flexibility to incorporate that hype-worthy feature seamlessly into its own uncompromising designs. With the Epiphany 27. 5+ XT 1x Complete Mountain Bike, the king-making brand officially gives its stamp of approval to the plush traction of plus-sized rubber and the simple efficiency of one-by drivetrains. Despite embracing elements of new tech, the Epiphany 27. 5+ still centers around the Ellsworth's Instant Center Tracking (ICT) suspension design, which has been winning the brand a devoted following since the early '90s. Ellsworth claims that the Epiphany's 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 transferring into forward motion instead of lost to those two suspension gremlins, forward Jack and vertical Bob. Furthermore, ICT doesn't require a lock-out, so you can always keep the FOX Float DPS shock's travel fully active, even while climbing. The addition of chain torque doesn't constrain the system's travel, the Achilles heel of so many otherwise efficient suspension designs, so pedaling and bump compliance aren't working against each other. The end result of ICT is a plush, less-fatiguing ride with greater control and responsiveness over all terrain. Previous models of the Epiphany were available as XC or enduro models, with the difference being a few degrees of head tube angle. The current generation's 27. 5in carbon model splits the difference at 69. 8 degrees, which primes it for reckless abandon across moderately ... read more

Ibis
$3169.00

In late 2014, Ibis set the enduro world abuzz with its all new HD3, somewhat of a reincarnation of its much-loved HD but adapted t...o modern standards with an extra dose of versatility on 27. 5in hoops. After that well-received overhaul, Ibis decided to catch its breath and leave the Mojo HD3 Carbon Boost Mountain Bike Frame nearly in its current state for 2016. The one tweak is the addition of a Boost rear axle width for increased stiffness and compatibility with larger tires. The Mojo HD3's 27. 5in-specific DW-Link suspension platform continues to completely 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 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 or goes down fast, defying the categorizations that limit so many other bikes. The frame accommodates external or internal cable routing and stealth routing for a dropper post of your choice--though Ibis suggests a KS LEV Integra. 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, further bolstering the bike's lateral solidity and your own sense of control. 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

POC
$164.95

After the wild success of aramid bridge technology in its mountain bike helmets, POC integrated the same technology into the winte...r Fornix Helmet. Aramid bridge construction offers massive energy dispersion during impact while keeping the helmet shell lightweight and comfortable on your head. As a crowning touch, the Fornix helmet includes an adjustable venting system that pulls hot air and moisture away from your head with lightning speed and ultimate efficiency. read more

Yeti Cycles
$7,000.00 $4899.00

Yeti Cycles' ASR Carbon XTR/Reynolds Complete Mountain Bike isn't as simple as its spec sheet would suggest. Sure it's a four-inch... travel bike with 27. 5 or 29in wheels, depending on size, but the fact that it's a Yeti equipped with XTR and Reynolds carbon wheels means the ASR is never ready to call it a day until it's been to the ragged edge and back. The biggest difference between it and the SB4. 5 is that it's got a few millimeters less travel, a steeper head tube, and a single pivot suspension rather than the heftier Switch Infinity. This suits it for the XC racer who wants to get to the top first and demonstrate bike handling skills by surgically dissecting terrain that enduro sled bruisers would just wallop through. If Yeti's Super Bike line comprises enduro hatchets, then the ASR is the surgeon's scalpel. That's not to say that the ASR gets timid when grueling climbs let onto jarring descents littered with boulders, loose shale, and twisty roots. This is where other cross-country bikes would be begging for mercy, yet the ASR shines across abusive terrain and white-knuckle descents. The ASRc is built with 27. 5 or 29in wheels, depending on size, so the big (or bigger) hoops steamroll anything lying in their path, allowing you to ride over trail impediments with effortless composure. And because it's distinctly Yeti at heart, the ASRc proudly retains a gravity-friendly persona with a head tube angle of either 68 or 69 degrees, again depending on size. This more relaxed geometry won't chuck you over the bars like other cross-country bikes when the going gets steep, allowing you to confidently descend on only four inches of suspension where other riders are packing longer-travel bikes. The ASRc eschews Yeti's applauded Switch Infinity in favor of a significantly lighter single-pivot suspension. Not only does this design save a ton of weight for efficiency, but it also simplifies regular maintenance for riders and racers servicing their own bike. The except... read more

Yeti Cycles
$7,000.00 $4899.00

Yeti Cycles' ASR Carbon XTR/Reynolds Complete Mountain Bike isn't as simple as its spec sheet would suggest. Sure it's a four-inch... travel bike with 27. 5 or 29in wheels, depending on size, but the fact that it's a Yeti equipped with XTR and Reynolds carbon wheels means the ASR is never ready to call it a day until it's been to the ragged edge and back. The biggest difference between it and the SB4. 5 is that it's got a few millimeters less travel, a steeper head tube, and a single pivot suspension rather than the heftier Switch Infinity. This suits it for the XC racer who wants to get to the top first and demonstrate bike handling skills by surgically dissecting terrain that enduro sled bruisers would just wallop through. If Yeti's Super Bike line comprises enduro hatchets, then the ASR is the surgeon's scalpel. That's not to say that the ASR gets timid when grueling climbs let onto jarring descents littered with boulders, loose shale, and twisty roots. This is where other cross-country bikes would be begging for mercy, yet the ASR shines across abusive terrain and white-knuckle descents. The ASRc is built with 27. 5 or 29in wheels, depending on size, so the big (or bigger) hoops steamroll anything lying in their path, allowing you to ride over trail impediments with effortless composure. And because it's distinctly Yeti at heart, the ASRc proudly retains a gravity-friendly persona with a head tube angle of either 68 or 69 degrees, again depending on size. This more relaxed geometry won't chuck you over the bars like other cross-country bikes when the going gets steep, allowing you to confidently descend on only four inches of suspension where other riders are packing longer-travel bikes. The ASRc eschews Yeti's applauded Switch Infinity in favor of a significantly lighter single-pivot suspension. Not only does this design save a ton of weight for efficiency, but it also simplifies regular maintenance for riders and racers servicing their own bike. The except... read more

Yeti Cycles
$7,000.00 $4899.00

Yeti Cycles' ASR Carbon XTR/Reynolds Complete Mountain Bike isn't as simple as its spec sheet would suggest. Sure it's a four-inch... travel bike with 27. 5 or 29in wheels, depending on size, but the fact that it's a Yeti equipped with XTR and Reynolds carbon wheels means the ASR is never ready to call it a day until it's been to the ragged edge and back. The biggest difference between it and the SB4. 5 is that it's got a few millimeters less travel, a steeper head tube, and a single pivot suspension rather than the heftier Switch Infinity. This suits it for the XC racer who wants to get to the top first and demonstrate bike handling skills by surgically dissecting terrain that enduro sled bruisers would just wallop through. If Yeti's Super Bike line comprises enduro hatchets, then the ASR is the surgeon's scalpel. That's not to say that the ASR gets timid when grueling climbs let onto jarring descents littered with boulders, loose shale, and twisty roots. This is where other cross-country bikes would be begging for mercy, yet the ASR shines across abusive terrain and white-knuckle descents. The ASRc is built with 27. 5 or 29in wheels, depending on size, so the big (or bigger) hoops steamroll anything lying in their path, allowing you to ride over trail impediments with effortless composure. And because it's distinctly Yeti at heart, the ASRc proudly retains a gravity-friendly persona with a head tube angle of either 68 or 69 degrees, again depending on size. This more relaxed geometry won't chuck you over the bars like other cross-country bikes when the going gets steep, allowing you to confidently descend on only four inches of suspension where other riders are packing longer-travel bikes. The ASRc eschews Yeti's applauded Switch Infinity in favor of a significantly lighter single-pivot suspension. Not only does this design save a ton of weight for efficiency, but it also simplifies regular maintenance for riders and racers servicing their own bike. The except... read more

Giro
$249.95

Most TT's and triathlons take place anywhere from late spring through early fall, often on some of the hottest days of the year. A... TT/tri-specific lid can certainly speed up your ride, but not if it isn't built with enough ventilation to keep you cool. How to make "aero" helmets that save watts without leaving cyclists trapped inside a stifling bubble is a recurring challenge for helmet manufacturers. That's why we're impressed with the Giro Aerohead MIPS Helmet's wind-cheating profile and efficient venting system, which incorporates more cooling channels than the Aerohead Ultimate and features the added protection of Multi-directional Impact Protection System (MIPS). On the outside, the Aerohead uses a pretty standard In-Mold construction; polycarbonate fused to EPS foam acts as an initial shock absorbing layer and keeps the helmet's efficient profile intact. Inside, a MIPS liner feels barely perceptible as you ride, but significantly reduces the likelihood of brain injury in the event of a crash. It's a technology that's becoming ubiquitous in helmets across disciplines because it rotates slightly upon impact to quell the damaging sloshing energy generated by certain impacts. After addressing safety, Giro devoted significant energy to developing its Wind Tunnel ventilation, aptly named for its ability to usher air internally through the helmet without impacting aerodynamic efficiency. You can ride tucked on your aerobars on a sweltering tri course and the helmet will deliver a breeze to cool your head while helping you slice through the wind faster than your competitors wearing regular road helmets. Other touches like a wrap-around ZEISS visor serve to make T1 faster and limit on-the-bike distractions, with the magnetic anchor giving you the freedom to flip the visor up quickly when you don't need it. Giro's Roc Loc Air fit system makes an appearance in the Aerohead as well, delivering simple, efficient adjustability to ensure the helmet stays in place throu... read more

K2
$129.95

Whether you're shredding your favorite powder stash or biking a hidden trail, stay safe with the K2 Stash Helmet. It's both snow- ...and bike-certified thanks to a new Convertible Full-Wrap liner that keeps your head and ears warm in winter and pops out to help you stay cool in summer. Even if you don't have the liner in, you can still use the 360 K2Dialed fit system to lock in the perfect fit with the twist of a dial. Passive ventilation channels cool air over your head to manage moisture and keep you from overheating during spring park sessions. The Magna-Snap goggle clip keeps your goggle strap in check so it doesn't slip when you take a spill. Whatever adventure you're on, the Stash has your back. read more

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