Eye-catching graphics adorn this semi-form fitting jersey. With a full length zipper you’ll be able to completely open up when the temperature or pace rises. - SELECT Transfer fabric sets the benchmark for moisture transfer - Full length front zipper for venting - Elasticized hem holds jersey in place - Three back pockets for easy storage 100% polyester/ UPF 50+, Weight: 130 g/m2; Made in China
- Grips the bottle cap like a wolf on prey and pops it right off every time - Features slot for truing brake rotors and a large hole for a keychain or carabiner - Made in the USA from 7075 T6 aluminum. 32g
Scott's spry Genius 920 rips trails with a feathery HMF carbon frame that dances up climbs. For the descents, its tapered head tube and IDS SL rear axle work beautifully with Fox’s 150mm 34 Float fork and Nude shock for stiffness and devouring the hits. Adjusting the suspension's travel for optimal shredding is effortless with Scott’s TwinLoc remote. The Syncros 29-inch wheels offer the benefits of big-wheeled efficiency. This trail all-star also features a precision SRAM GX/Eagle 12-speed drivetrain, powerful Shimano SLX discs for maximum braking control, and a Fox dropper post for when you need to get the saddle out of the way and get your shred on.
REDEFINE ADVENTURE ON THE RLT 9 STEEL While other frame materials fall in and out of favor, steel stands the test of time. Finely constructed steel frames, crafted and welded by the best builders, have continued to be the benchmark other materials measure themselves against. The RLT9 Steel delivers a flawless synthesis of form and function into a frame that makes every ride open for adventure. From mounting panniers and racks for camping to traveling the gravel road that curves out of sight, the RLT9 is more than capable for the open road. You ride the road less traveled. Adventure calls for a well-engineered frame with technology capable of keeping you moving. The Niner RLT9 is where performance, durability, and ride quality meet. Adventure awaits. DESIGN The RLT 9 Steel was purpose built for adventure. Every consideration was made with convenience and compatibility in mind. We’ve blended the historic Reynolds 853 tubing with modern design characteristics utilizing thru-axle technology and a tapered steel headtube. To conquer any and all terrain, the RLT9 can accommodate either a double or triple chainring. If simplicity is your thing, a single ring is an option. The collaboration of superior craftsmanship and the finest materials with contemporary design fine tunes the ride quality while producing a strong and resilient frame. Supple and trustworthy 853 tubing absorbs road chatter, yet still gives you feedback. There is no “dead” feeling or jarring bumps. Just a supple, comfortable ride that shifts your focus from tracking the miles to remembering the moments. Classic lines and modern functionality elegantly converge into a frame that is characteristically Niner. The eloquently TIG welded Reynolds 853 tubing showcases precision, strength and durability. The gravel tuned carbon fork is designed for all day adventure and comfort on any road surface.
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. [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 predecessor 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
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