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Cannondale Habit Carbon SE
$4,199.99
Cannondale's Habit Carbon SE is composed and capable enough to run with bigger-travel bikes, yet light and lively enough to put the hurt on the shaved-leg set. This lightweight carbon frame features an aluminum swingarm for extra durability and a RockShox Monarch shock with 120mm of go-anywhere travel. A matching RockShox Pike fork offers another 130mm, so you can tackle rocks and roots with ease. WTB Frequency wheels are paired with Schwalbe tires and ensure nimble handling and confidence-inspiring grip. With SRAM X1 shifting, Guide R hydraulic disc brakes, and a Fox dropper post, you'll find new levels of performance on the Habit. Wide bars, a short stem, and a Fabric saddle ensure dialed handling and comfortable contact points.
Scott Spark 920
$3,200.00 $4,299.99 26% Savings
Scott’s Spark 920 makes use of a stiff, light frame, smart suspension, and large-diameter 29er wheels to maintain speed and dominate all kinds of terrain. Its nimble, lightweight HMF carbon frame accelerates instantly, while the tapered head tube and 148 x 12mm rear axle boost control and stiffness, allowing you to carve turns with pinpoint precision. Scott’s TwinLoc remote lets you make on-the-fly adjustments to the Fox Float fork and Nude shock's 120mm of travel, so you can transition from fast climbs to technical descents with the flick of a switch. For the ever-changing trail, Syncros wheels hold your momentum, while tacky Maxxis tires dance over the dirt. Plus, the 2 x 11-speed Shimano SLX/XT group and the Shimano SLX brakes spec’d on this rig ensure your braking is just as dialed as your shifting.
Cannondale Bad Habit Carbon 2
$2,599.99
For once, develop a Bad Habit that won't require an appearance on Intervention. Take to your favorite trail on Cannondale's Bad Habit Carbon 2 and wreak havoc with the carbon frame and alloy swingarm combo. The Bad Habit takes the characteristics of the Habit and supercharges them with 27.5+ wheels to create the ultimate technical trail machine. Huge grip, awesome roll-over-anything float from the 3-inch tires, and a wicked component package make this Bad Habit one that will be tough to shake. You'll love the stiffer 148 x 12 mm rear hub, the super strong Lefty fork, and the innovative OutFront Steering geometry.
Marin Hawk Hill
$1,399.99 - $1,875.98
No matter how much you spend, Marin feels that everyone deserves an awesome bike, and the Hawk Hill is just that. It’s built around 27.5" wheels and a butted & hydroformed Series 3 aluminum chassis delivering 120mm of rear wheel travel using the MultiTrac suspension system. A RockShox Recon Silver RL fork sits up front to knock down trail chatter, while an X-Fusion O2 Pro R air shock handles rear suspension duties. A wide-range Shimano Deore 1 x 10 drivetrain puts the power to the ground, while Shimano hydraulic disc brakes inspire confidence and deliver control. Grippy Schwalbe tires are wrapped around 27mm wide double-wall alloy rims to keep you rolling fast and light with nimble handling to up the fun factor, which is what mountain biking is really all about.
Scott Scale 730
$1,499.99
The Scale 730 features a slack head angle and quality components, like a Suntour suspension fork, a SRAM 1x11 drivetrain, and Shimano hydraulic disc brakes, to create what may be the most fun hardtail ever. The 6061 alloy Boost frame is stiff, lightweight, and transfers energy efficiently. With Syncros components filling out the build, you get the perfect blend of value and quality construction. Additionally, the increased traction offered by 27.5 x 2.8 Maxxis Rekon tires means you can ride in more places with more confidence than ever before.
Cannondale Cujo 3
$999.99
Beginners and seasoned racers will love the lightweight, responsive trail-ready Cujo. With its huge 27.5+ tires, and dialed, stable geometry, the Cujo will make you more confident than ever on your favorite singletrack. The 120mm-travel Suntour fork shreds technical trail sections with ease. Find better grip than ever and float over obstacles with 3-inch Kenda tires, and tackle tough sections with 120mm of travel from the SR Suntour suspension fork. Durable Cannondale alloy handlebar, stem, and seatpost close out this tough, trail-ready package.
Scott Scale 980
$949.99 - $999.99
Find new adventures on the mountain-taming Scott Scale. The Scale 980's ultralight alloy frame, RockShox suspension, SRAM 1x11 drivetrain, and Syncros components create a durable and affordable hardtail designed for world-class speed. Alloy rims wrapped in grippy Maxxis tires offer confident tracking over a wide range of terrain, and Shimano hydraulic disc brakes offer precise speed control.
Marin Lombard
$989.99
You might just want to take the long way home from work, because Marin’s Lombard is bred for efficient long-distance commuting. Right away, you’ll notice the stability and comfort of the aluminum frame that features Marin's urban drop bar geometry, making your commute the best part of your day. Refined touches like internal cable routing and forged dropouts class up the daily circuit, while the 27-speed Shimano Sora drivetrain and brake/shift levers keep it sporty. Haul everything you need and keep dry at the same time with the Lombard's dedicated rack and fender mounts, including mid-blade lowrider rack mounts on the fork. Mechanical-disc brakes are easy to service and stop when you want—even in wet conditions with panniers fully loaded—so you can brave the elements each day with confidence.
Cannondale Quick Disc 3
$869.99
Don't even think about riding on a sidewalk with the Quick Disc 3 from Cannondale. With a super light frame, reflective accents, and a smooth, stable ride, this bike will take you anywhere you want to go. OutFront steering geometry creates a responsive, confident ride, while SAVE Micro-Suspension seatstays and chainstays make for silky smooth riding. You'll love the Shimano Sora shifting and powerful Tektro hydraulic disc brakes, while Cannondale's saddle, seatpost, stem, and handlebar tie the bow on this commute-killer.
Scott Aspect 940
$699.99
Experience big wheels and big fun on Scott's Aspect 940. The light, strong double-butted aluminum frame rides with confidence, while efficient 29-inch wheels deliver a smooth, quick ride on and off the trails. Up front, a 100mm-travel Suntour suspension fork tames bumps for added control. And with features like a hill-topping Shimano 27-speed drivetrain, powerful Shimano hydraulic disc brakes and all-terrain Kenda tires, there practically nowhere you can't ride.
Scott Contessa JR 26
$474.99
The Scott Contessa JR 26 is the ideal step in the junior mountain biker’s progression. With 26-inch wheels and 100mm of travel, the Contessa JR 26 is the perfect bike to keep building confidence on the way to the top. And, the 21-speed drivetrain ensures happy pedaling on the trails or around the block.
Cannondale Cujo 20
$439.99
When it's time to step up to gears and handbrakes, the Cujo 20 will take your child to the next level. 20-inch wheels and a lightweight aluminum frame make riding fun, while a suspension fork and geared drivetrain let them tackle tougher terrain with you. A twist shifter and alloy brake levers are sized just right for small hands, too.
Scott Contessa JR 20
$374.99
Scott's Contessa JR 20 is a great way to introduce your child to the trails. It features a sturdy Scott aluminum frame and an SR Suntour suspension fork to soak up the bumps. The wheels are built tough with burly Alex rims and grippy tires that keep them rolling from one session to the next. The tough-as-nails 6-speed Shimano/Lasco drivetrain provides excellent shifting and is built to last. Plus, the powerful Promax brakes offer pinpoint control.
Cannondale Trail 12 Single-Speed Boy's
$219.99
The Trail 12 Single-Speed is the perfect first ride to start them off on their biking adventures. The lightweight aluminum frame has sturdy 12-inch tires that will keep them riding steady. Kids will love the bright colors and parents will love the tool-less training wheels that are easy to take off when the time is right. A chainguard with fun graphics keeps little pant legs clean and safe.
Cannondale Trail 12 Single-Speed Girl's
$219.99
The Trail 12 Single-Speed is the perfect first ride to start them off on their biking adventures. The lightweight aluminum frame has sturdy 12-inch tires that will keep them riding steady. Kids will love the bright colors and parents will love the tool-less training wheels that are easy to take off when the time is right. A chainguard with fun graphics keeps little pant legs clean and safe.
Strider Sport 12 Balance Bike
$119.99
Strider’s Sport 12 is a lightweight, pedal-less balance bike that allows your child to straddle the bike with both feet on the ground and easily propel the bike by walking or running. This nimble steel bike lets your little one focus on the fundamentals of balancing, leaning, and steering without the distractions and complications of pedals or training wheels. The maintenance-free ultra-light wheels feature industrial foam tires so you’ll never have to worry about a flat. The built-in footrest with grip tape allows toddlers to easily glide with their feet up. The adjustable-height seatpost and handlebar let this bike grow with your kiddo. Plus, the Sport 12 comes with a second extra-long seatpost for even more range!
Strider Classic 12 Balance Bike
$109.99
Strider’s Classic 12 is a lightweight, pedal-less balance bike that allows your child to straddle the bike with both feet on the ground and easily propel the bike by walking or running. This nimble steel bike lets your little one focus on the fundamentals of balancing, leaning, and steering without the distractions and complications of pedals or training wheels. The maintenance-free ultra-light wheels feature industrial foam tires so you’ll never have to worry about a flat. The built-in footrest with grip tape allows toddlers to easily glide with their feet up. Plus, the adjustable-height seat and handlebar let the Classic 12 grow with your kiddo.
Niner JET 9 1 STAR - NX1
A New Way to Fly The all new JET anchors the [R]Evolution of our trail bikes. Knowing that technologies and rider expectations have changed over the years, we’ve put a lot of time, energy and research into creating the most versatile and fun full suspension mountain bike money can buy. The JET alloy complete bike is a great daily driver with the durability and handling that will have riders grinning every time they hit the trail. We’re building these with 29” wheels and SRAM NX group sets to satisfy the demand for a super-efficient, mid-travel trail bike. And at $2600, the price is almost as good as the ride. [R]Evolution Geometry At the core of the JET is our [R]evolution geometry. The overall dimensions lean toward longer reach on the frames so we can shorten the stem lengths for quicker steering input. Likewise, the chainstays have been shortened from its processor down to 434mm for fast acceleration and some playful pop. But to keep the overall feel of the bike well rounded and to ensure efficient climbing and pedaling, we’ve steepened the seat tube angle. This keeps you centered in the bike and able to stay on top of your gear when you’re putting down the power. CVA The Constant Varying Arc (CVA) suspension platform we engineered and patented years ago remains the linchpin for our full suspension bikes and really gives the JET its legs. But how can this technology keep pace with the ever-changing ‘standards’ in today’s mountain bike world? Unlike so many suspension systems out there that are based on optimal chainring-to-pivot point configurations, CVA relies on counter acting linkage forces that are not dependent on specific pivot locations. The bottom linkage is pulled downward when you’re pedaling to negate squat, while the upward rotating top linkage is left free to react to terrain changes. What you get is efficient, fun, fully active suspension, all the time. But let’s face it, if you’re in the market for a new trail bike, you want something that turns up the dial on fun factor, and the JET comes ride-ready to crank it. Paired with the [R]Evolution geometry, the JET packs 120mm of CVA powered magic carpet ride suspension that will see you floating up technical climbs with tons of traction and send you flying smoothly over everything else. 27+ compatibility Building great bikes for discerning riders has been our message since day one, and to continue, we have to take full advantage of all the technology advances available to us. Some of the biggest changes have come in wheel dimensions. We’ve already incorporated 29+ and Boost spacing on some of our bikes, and now we’re ready to add 27+ to the list. With an effective diameter similar to a 29-inch wheel and tire, the 27+ is a familiar size for us and one that lends additional versatility. The JET really writes a whole new chapter for us, and allows you to choose the wheel that’s right for you, all on the same bike. When making the change to 27.5+ wheels, from the stock 29" setup, we highly recommend increasing fork travel to 140mm to adjust the bottom bracket height for the slightly smaller wheels. Features The trail taming JET reaps huge benefits from Boost spacing on the rear. By taking advantage of the wider dimensions, our engineers have been able to grow tire clearance for typical trail sized 29er tires, while also providing adequate room for the similar diameters of 27+ tires. Boost spacing also changes the game with regard to suspension kinematics, paving the way for longer travel while achieving shorter, stiffer chainstays. The JET lands right in the sweet spot for the all-in-one trail bike. The 120mm of roll-and-go rear suspension is nicely balanced with 29-inch wheels and an accompanying 130mm fork. The resulting 67.5 degree head angle is ideal for all day riding and tackling any tough spots along the way while providing predictable steering response. With these new additions the redesigned Jet 9 has quickly become the go to choice for discerning trail riders.
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