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Cannondale Scarlet 1
$1,630.00
Confident handling, and grippy, floaty 27+ tires, the Scarlet is here to maximize your fun on any trail, any where. The modern geometry and low weight let you tear down your favorite singletrack. The 2.8-inch wide WTB tires offer loads of traction, turning: “That looks pretty sketchy,” into: “Yep, I just did that.” And, while those wide tires give you some low-tech suspension, the RockShox Judy fork gives you a full 120mm of travel to make the bike even more capable. Durable 27.5-inch WTB rims keep those tires rolling straight and are tubeless-ready for more traction and fewer flats. Shimano serves up a wide-range 11-speed XT/SLX drivetrain to fly up hills and rip back down. A pair of Shimano hydraulic brakes ensure you’re ready for anything with fingertip control and all-mountain power. And, Cannondale’s Stage 3 Ergo Women’s saddle sits atop a TransX dropper post so you are comfortable all ride long, with on-the-fly height adjustability for the ultimate in control.
Haro Shift R3 29
$1,649.99
New for 2019, the Shift R3 with 29" wheels offers smoother riding, increased control and faster speed over rocks, roots and bumps thanks to its bigger wheel circumference. The Shift R3 29, made from X6 alloy tubing with a tapered head tube, features Haro's Four-Bar linkage frame which offers a progressive rear suspension with its central linkage and chainstay pivots to optimize shock performance. This design isolates the rear shock from braking forces while keeping the suspension active when needed. The Rockshox Deluxe Debonair rear shock features a rebound adjuster and provides 120mm of travel, while a Judy Boost fork with matching travel balances out suspension duties nicely. The Deore drive train features a Suntour Zeron 1X Boost crankset, and while the R3 may fly fast on trails, it stops on a dime thanks to the new Shimano MT-201 hydraulic disc brakeset.
Haro Shift Plus
$1,999.99 $2,609.99 23% Savings
Reintroduce yourself to the trail on Haro’s Shift Plus. Its pleasantly plump, 27.5 x 2.8-inch WTB tires wrap around 35mm-wide Scraper rims to spread out for traction like you’ve never experienced. The lightweight aluminum frame features Boost spacing for an interference-free chainline throughout the streamlined Shimano XT 1x11-speed drivetrain, and it strokes a RockShox Monarch RL shock to serve up 130mm of plush rear wheel travel. A RockShox Revelation RL fork matches it with 130mm of tunable travel up front, to keep you tracking your line when the going gets rough. And, make full use of your new-found traction gains with the precise modulation and rock-steady power your Shimano SLX brakes deliver to push your limits confidently further. The Shift Plus may just change your whole approach to trail days.
Haro Shift R5 LT
$1,999.99
The Shift R5 LT is a longer travel version of Haro's four-bar linkage design with 140mm of all-mountain suspension. It features an X6-series alloy frame with an internal tapered head tube. The rear suspension platform offers a progressive spring curve with its central linkage and chainstay pivots to optimize shock performance and isolate the rear shock from braking forces while keeping the suspension active. The R5 LT uses RockShox's new Recon RL Boost suspension fork with 150mm of travel, a Deore drive train fitted with an FSA Comet Boost crankset and a 30t chainring for easy climbing. The Shift R5 LT uses U28 TL tubeless compatible double wall rims paired with the new Kenda 27.5 x 2.4-inch HellKat & HellDiver tires for more aggressive riding, and features a new X-Fusion Manic internal dropper post for quick adjustments on the fly.
Cannondale Habit 6
$2,049.99
The Habit features fresh, progressive geometry and a Proportional Response suspension design, turning this do-it-all fun machine into a full-on trail slayer. It's designed to be a "daily ride" with proven durable suspension pivots, tube-in-tube internal cable routing, and design features that make it easily serviceable with no proprietary tools required. Equipped with 29-inch wheels, big grippy tires, and 130mm of travel front and rear, the Habit is built to tame unruly trails everywhere. The frame features a tapered headtube, tube-in-tube internal cable routing, and a two-piece alloy linkage that keeps the suspension moving smoothly. The Lockr thru-axle pivot system creates a rock-solid connection between both sides of the swingarm and the main frame for instantaneous response with no flex. This bike is ready to ride with properly wide bars, a short stem, powerful brakes, 1X drivetrain and, of course, a dropper post, all to give the rider complete command of the trail.
Cannondale Habit Women's 3
$2,100.00
The Habit features fresh, progressive geometry and a Proportional Response suspension design, turning this do-it-all fun machine into a full-on trail slayer. It's designed to be a "daily ride" with proven durable suspension pivots, tube-in-tube internal cable routing, and design features that make it easily serviceable with no proprietary tools required. Equipped with 27.5-inch wheels on the X-Small and 29-inch wheels on the Small and Medium, big grippy tires, and 130mm of travel front and rear, the Habit is built to tame unruly trails everywhere. The frame features a tapered headtube, tube-in-tube internal cable routing, and a two-piece alloy linkage that keeps the suspension moving smoothly. The Lockr thru-axle pivot system creates a rock-solid connection between both sides of the swingarm and the main frame for instantaneous response with no flex. This bike is ready to ride with properly wide bars, a short stem, powerful brakes, 1X drivetrain and, of course, a dropper post, all to give the rider complete command of the trail.
Haro Shift R5 Plus
$2,149.99
The Shift Plus models know no boundaries...Built out of proprietary X6 alloy tubing and a Four-bar linkage frame with Plus geometry, the brand new Shift R5 Plus is the ultimate go-anywhere-do-anything Trail suspension bike on a budget. It features 130mm of front and rear travel with a 2019 Rockshox Recon RL Boost fork. Add to the list WTB i35 wide rims paired with Kenda Havoc 27.5 x 2.6" tires, you'll have so much suspension and control, you will feel total riding confidence. The Shift Plus Four-Bar linkage frame design with its central linkage and chainstay pivots offers a smooth Trail / pedaling platform, which optimizes shock performance and keep the suspension active when needed. The Manic dropper post and its new remote lever add convenience while Shimano MT-400 hydraulic disc brakes stop this beast on a dime. The Shimano Deore rear derailleur and cassette are paired with a FSA Comet Boost crankset featuring a 30T chainring for maximum climbing efficiency.
Kona Process 134 SE
$2,199.99
The Process 134 is what we’d consider a bit of a classic bike. It’s well-loved by both Kona and our customers so we’re keeping it rolling. Affordability and durability make the 140mm travel Process 134 a special blend. It’s got just enough travel to be stout enough to ride in a wide variety of terrain, while still having the playful snappy feel the Process line is known for.
Cannondale Scalpel-Si 5
$2,399.99 $2,799.99 14% Savings
Kill on the ups and thrill on the downs with the world's best XC race machine. Welcome to XXC. Cannondale built their brand on aluminum frames and the Scalpel-Si showcases what they've learned along the way with low weight, out of the saddle stiffness, and snappy, responsive handling. 100mm of trail-smoothing travel is managed by a RockShox Monarch shock and Cannondale's Lefty 2.0 fork, a combo that chews up rocks and roots, transforming techy trail sections into a magic carpet ride. With Stan's NoTubes ZTR Crest rims and tubeless-ready Schwalbe tires, it doesn't matter if you're riding chunky gnar or buttery singletrack, they'll carve the turns and grip like nothing else. Cannondale Si cranks and a 2 x 11-speed SRAM/Shimano drivetrain offers a wide gear range, high-speed shifting, and rock-solid performance. Shimano Deore brakes are there when you need them, with power and modulation to spare. Cannondale components and a Prologo saddle round out the build and keep those contact points happy. Small: 27.5-inch wheels Medium – X-Large: 29-inch wheels
Kona Satori
$2,399.99
Taking a cue from the Hei Hei Trail, the Satori is a longer-travel cross country bike wrapped in an affordable package. 29-inch wheels keep the Satori rolling fast over obstacles while a RockShox Recon Gold 140mm travel fork and RockShox 130mm custom tuned Solo Air rear shock keep the ride smooth. With Shimano hydraulic disc brakes, Deore drive train, and a dropper post, you have everything you need right out of the box.
Cannondale Jekyll 4
$2,495.99 $3,199.99 22% Savings
When you’re on the Jekyll 4 from Cannondale, nothing dares get in your way. That’s because Jekyll’s tough aluminum frame shrugs off enduro brutality and arrives at the bottom begging to do it again and again. And you will, too, with 165mm of Fox DPS EVOL-guided travel in back and 170mm more up front, courtesy of Fox’s stiff, enduro-loving Float 36 fork. Together, they make easy work of gnarly descents where the only break you get is the climb back up. Since we’re talking about climbing, the Jekyll is no slouch in the uphill department, either, with a switch-on-the-fly rear suspension that offers Hustle Mode for tenacious efficiency. Put the power to the Shimano SLX drivetrain via Cannondale’s Si crankset, and you’ll gain elevation as fast as you drop the competition. And, for all-mountain dominance, you won’t find better rubber than the Jekyll’s Maxxis Minions, wrapped around 29mm WTB STP rims, well-known as workhorse hoops that’ll bail you out of your risky moves straight as an arrow. Shimano also provides powerful hydraulic brakes that keep you on course, even when that course can only be described as “sketchy.” So, jump on, slam the TransX dropper post, and flow this trail beast straight to victory.
Cannondale Scalpel-Si 5
$2,599.99 $2,799.99 7% Savings
Cannondale's Scalpel-Si 5 is your ticket to a whole new world of high-speed cross-country bliss. Cannondale built their brand on aluminum frames, and the Scalpel-Si showcases what they've learned along the way, with low weight, out of the saddle stiffness, and snappy, responsive handling. 100mm of trail-smoothing travel is managed by a RockShox Monarch shock and Cannondale's Lefty 2.0 fork, a combo that chews up rocks and roots, transforming techy trail sections into a magic carpet ride. With Stan's NoTubes ZTR Rapid rims and tubeless-ready Schwalbe tires, it doesn't matter if you're riding chunky gnar or buttery singletrack, they'll carve the turns and grip like nothing else. Cannondale Si cranks and a 2 x 11-speed SRAM/Shimano drivetrain offers a wide gear range, high-speed shifting, and rock-solid performance. Shimano Deore brakes are there when you need them, with power and modulation to spare. Cannondale components and a Prologo saddle round out the build and keep those contact points happy.
Haro Shift R7 LT
$2,599.99
One of Haro's most popular full suspension bikes comes in a 140mm longer travel version. The Shift R7 LT frame features new X6 alloy tubing, an internal head tube and Haro's Four-Bar linkage suspension design. It offers a progressive rear spring curve with its central linkage and chainstay pivots to optimize shock performance and isolate the rear shock from braking forces while keeping the suspension active. The R7 LT uses Rockshox's new Sektor RL Boost suspension fork with 150mm of travel and a Shimano SLX 1x11 drive train fitted with a FSA V-Drive Boost crankset and a 32t alloy chainring for easy climbing. The R7 LT features U28-TL tubeless compatible rims equipped with the new Kenda HellKat and HellDiver 27.5 x 2.4-inch tires for more aggressive riding and a new X-Fusion Manic dropper post for on-the-fly seat height adjustments.
Cannondale Bad Habit 2
$2,625.00
The Bad Habit features fresh, progressive geometry and Proportional Response suspension design for maximum fun on any trail anywhere. With a design that maximizes its shredding abilities and a high-performance parts spec, the Bad Habit is designed to be your go-to trail bike. The frame features a tapered headtube, tube-in-tube internal cable routing, and a two-piece alloy linkage that keeps the suspension moving smoothly. The Lockr thru-axle pivot system creates a rock-solid connection between both sides of the swingarm and the main frame for instantaneous response with no flex. To protect the frame from chain slap when carrying speed through rough terrain, a rubber cover is integrated into the drive side chainstay. With proper wide bars, a short stem, powerful brakes, a 1X drivetrain and, of course, a dropper post, the Bad Habit is built to tame unruly trails everywhere. The Bad Habit 2 features a light and stiff alloy frame with a two-piece alloy linkage that keeps the suspension moving smoothly. It's got a RockShox Sektor RL fork that soaks up trail obstacles with 140mm of travel, while a Fox Float Performance DPS Evol rear shock dishes out 130mm of rear suspension. A Shimano SLX drivetrain adds crisp, accurate shifting and wide 11-46 gearing, perfect for hammering up even the steepest climbs. The Shimano MT400 hydraulic disc brakes provide more than enough braking power for maximum control. Renowned WTB STX i35 TCS tubeless ready rims are paired with boost Shimano MT400 hubs for a sturdy, durable wheelset. 2.8-inch Maxxis Rekon tires feature EXO casing for added puncture protection and tons of traction for aggressive trail riding. The internally routed TranzX dropper seatpost gets the saddle down and out of the way so you can easily maneuver through technical terrain.
Cannondale Habit 5
$2,625.00
The Habit features fresh, progressive geometry and a Proportional Response suspension design, turning this do-it-all fun machine into a full-on trail slayer. It's designed to be a "daily ride" with proven durable suspension pivots, tube-in-tube internal cable routing, and design features that make it easily serviceable with no proprietary tools required. Equipped with 29-inch wheels, big grippy tires, and 130mm of travel front and rear, the Habit is built to tame unruly trails everywhere. The frame features a tapered headtube, tube-in-tube internal cable routing, and a two-piece alloy linkage that keeps the suspension moving smoothly. The Lockr thru-axle pivot system creates a rock-solid connection between both sides of the swingarm and the main frame for instantaneous response with no flex. This bike is ready to ride with properly wide bars, a short stem, powerful brakes, 1X drivetrain and, of course, a dropper post, all to give the rider complete command of the trail. - Shimano SLX drivetrain - TranzX dropper seatpost
Cannondale Habit Women's 2
$2,625.00
The Habit features fresh, progressive geometry and a Proportional Response suspension design, turning this do-it-all fun machine into a full-on trail slayer. It's designed to be a "daily ride" with proven durable suspension pivots, tube-in-tube internal cable routing, and design features that make it easily serviceable with no proprietary tools required. Equipped with 27.5-inch wheels on the X-Small and 29-inch wheels on the Small and Medium, big grippy tires, and 130mm of travel front and rear, the Habit is built to tame unruly trails everywhere. The frame features a tapered headtube, tube-in-tube internal cable routing, and a two-piece alloy linkage that keeps the suspension moving smoothly. The Lockr thru-axle pivot system creates a rock-solid connection between both sides of the swingarm and the main frame for instantaneous response with no flex. This bike is ready to ride with properly wide bars, a short stem, powerful brakes, 1X drivetrain and, of course, a dropper post, all to give the rider complete command of the trail. - Shimano SLX drivetrain - TranzX dropper seatpost
Haro Shift Plus
$2,719.99
Haro shifts all notions of what's possible on a mountain bike with mid-fat tires on the Shift Plus. 27.5 x 2.8-inch rubber means increased traction everywhere you ride, and the dual-suspension platform with RockShox components means you can steamroll rock gardens and rooty uphills alike. A TransX dropper post ensures you're always in the best position to attack the trail, and powerful Shimano SLX hydraulic disc brakes put impressive control in your fingertips.
Haro Shift R9 Plus
$2,988.99
The Shift Plus models know no boundaries. Built out of proprietary X6 alloy tubing and a Four-bar linkage frame with Plus geometry, the 2019 Shift R9 Plus is the ultimate go-anywhere-do-anything trail suspension bike. It features 130mm of rear travel and 140mm of front suspension with a 2019 Rockshox Revelation Boost fork. Add to the list WTB i35 wide rims paired with Kenda Havoc 27.5 x 2.6-inch tires, you'll have so much suspension and control, you'll barely know the bumps were ever there. The Shift Plus Four-Bar linkage frame design with its central linkage and chainstay pivots offers a smooth trail/pedaling platform, which optimizes shock performance and keep the suspension active when needed. The Manic dropper post and its new remote lever add convenience while Shimano SLX hydraulic disc brakes stop this beast on a dime. The Shimano XT rear derailleur and cassette are paired with a lightweight 1x Praxis Cadet M30 crankset featuring a 30T chainring for maximum climbing efficiency.
Kona Process 153 29
$2,999.99
It’s nice having that one bike you can just grab and go with no worries about how it will handle on the climb or descent. We’ve built the Process 153 29 to be affordable and handle everything a trail can throw at it so you can spend more time having fun and no time worrying about your gear. This year, the frame sheds a few hundred grams of weight and features 160mm of front travel via a RockShox Yari fork, and 153mm of rear travel is provided by a Deluxe RT Debonair shock. SRAM NX 1x11 drivetrain, Guide T brakes, Maxxis tires, and a dropper post round out the build.
Cannondale Habit 4
$3,099.99
The Habit features fresh, progressive geometry and a Proportional Response suspension design, turning this do-it-all fun machine into a full-on trail slayer. It's designed to be a "daily ride" with proven durable suspension pivots, tube-in-tube internal cable routing, and design features that make it easily serviceable with no proprietary tools required. Equipped with 29-inch wheels, big grippy tires, and 130mm of travel front and rear, the Habit is built to tame unruly trails everywhere. The frame features a tapered headtube, tube-in-tube internal cable routing, and a two-piece alloy linkage that keeps the suspension moving smoothly. The Lockr thru-axle pivot system creates a rock-solid connection between both sides of the swingarm and the main frame for instantaneous response with no flex. This bike is ready to ride with properly wide bars, a short stem, powerful brakes, 1X drivetrain and, of course, a dropper post, all to give the rider complete command of the trail. - SRAM NX Eagle drivetrain - TranzX dropper seatpost
Cannondale Trigger Carbon 3
$3,119.99 $3,999.99 22% Savings
Built for big days in the big mountains, the Trigger is pure, full-throttle descending mojo served up with a side of serious all-day pedalability. Its stiff carbon frame and aluminum swingarm ensures dialed control on fast descents, with suspension that you can flick into efficient Hustle Mode to devour climbs. Fox covers your suspension needs with a Float DPS EVOL shock cycling out 145mm of rear travel and a Float 34 150mm-travel fork soaking up the big hits as fast as you can find them. Toothy Maxxis Minion tires bite hard into loose trails, and WTB Frequency Race wheels hold their line through the chunder. Shimano brakes, shifters, and derailleur keep your piloting precise and intuitive, ensuring the power transferred via Cannondale’s stiff Ai crank gets to work as soon as you stomp on it. And, no trail bike is complete without the all-mountain performance edge of a TransX dropper post, routed internally with your other cables and hoses for a superclean aesthetic. The mountain is yours.
Cannondale Jekyll 3
$3,150.00
This precision instrument is for the enduro artists, the ones who will use its Gemini dual-travel and poppy quickness to dance and float through the chop and chunder on their way to the top step. The Jekyll delivers all the slack stability you’d expect from a top enduro rig, but with uncanny agility and snap, thanks to 27.5 wheels and the ultra-short chainstays of our Ai rear end. Asymmetric Integration (Ai) delivers some of the shortest stays on the trail, yet has more tire clearance and frame stiffness than even Boost frames can muster. Plus a rear wheel that’s stiffer and stronger thanks to the Ai even-dish build. It all adds up to the kind of agility and traction that has to be ridden to be believed. Co-developed with Fox, the Gemini system adds two ride modes (Hustle & Flow) to the killer performance of Fox shocks. Flip to Hustle to shorten the travel and ramp up the spring rate for a snappier, more responsive feel for pumping through turns, sprints, and traction-challenged climbs. Flip back to Flow for full Fox travel when things get rough. Placing a link between the swingarm and the shock allows Cannondale's engineers to customize the system's leverage ratios for optimal suspension response throughout the stroke and keep the suspension active under braking while retaining the stiffness, durability, and reliability of a single pivot design.
Cannondale Scalpel-Si 5
$3,150.00
Kill on the ups and thrill on the downs with the class-dominating weight and stiffness, mountain goat traction, and insanely confident handling of the world's best XC race machine—Cannondale's Scalpel-Si. Welcome to XXC. OutFront Steering Geometry gives you the best of both worlds: slack and stable on hectic descents, yet quick and nimble everywhere else. Unbelievably rigid and precise, Lefty out-corners, out-handles and flat-out rides circles around its flexy XC competition. Its custom extra-long fork offsets (rake) makes Cannondale's OutFront Steering Geometry possible. Proprietary Ai offset drivetrain delivers super short chainstays for climb-winning traction and agile handling, without sacrificing mud/tire clearance or limiting you to single ring set-ups.
Cannondale Jekyll Carbon 3
$3,275.99 $4,199.99 22% Savings
When you’re on the Jekyll 3 from Cannondale, nothing dares get in your way. That’s because Jekyll’s fast, light, and tough BallisTec carbon frame shrugs off enduro brutality and arrives at the bottom begging to do it again and again. And you will, too, with 165mm of Fox DPS EVOL-guided travel in back and 170mm more up front, courtesy of Fox’s stiff, enduro-loving Float 36 fork. Together, they make easy work of gnarly descents where the only break you get is the climb back up. Since we’re talking about climbing, the Jekyll is no slouch in the uphill department, either, with a switch-on-the-fly rear suspension that offers Hustle Mode for tenacious efficiency. Put the power to the Shimano SLX drivetrain via Cannondale’s Si crankset, and you’ll gain elevation as fast as you drop the competition. And, for all-mountain dominance, you won’t find better rubber than the Jekyll’s Maxxis Minions, wrapped around 29mm WTB STP rims, well-known as workhorse hoops that’ll bail you out of your risky moves straight as an arrow. Shimano also provides powerful hydraulic brakes that keep you on course, even when that course can only be described as “sketchy.” So, jump on, slam the TransX dropper post, and flow this trail beast straight to victory.
Cannondale Scalpel-Si Carbon Women's 2
$3,275.99 $4,199.99 22% Savings
Cannondale's Scalpel-Si Carbon Women's 2 ascends like an angel and descends like a fiend. The super-stiff Ballistec carbon frame and oversize bottom bracket on the Scalpel come into their own when you need to step on the gas. Rocks and roots are no big deal with 100mm of RockShox Monarch travel in the rear. Up front, the 1.5-inch head tube and Cannondale's 100mm-travel Lefty 2.0 Carbon XLR fork chew up rocks and roots, transforming techy trail sections into a magic carpet ride. Stan's ZTR Rapid rims and tubeless-ready Schwalbe tires track through buffed singletrack and chunky gnar with equal aplomb. Cannondale optimized the Scalpel-Si for women with shorter HollowGram Si cranks, and paired them with a 2 x 11-speed Shimano XT drivetrain that has the smooth shifting, wide gear range, and pedigree to carry you to the front of the pack, or at least ahead of your friends. Shimano XT brakes keep the party under control with power and unbelievably controlled modulation. A handlebar, seatpost, and stem from Cannondale, and a Fizik women's-specific saddle offer comfortable, lightweight contact points. When it's time to claim that Queen of the Mountain title, you need a Scalpel-Si
Cannondale Scalpel-Si Carbon 3
$3,384.58 $5,330.00 36% Savings
Cannondale's Scalpel-Si Carbon 3 slices a path to the podium with unbridled XC speed and pinpoint handling. The Ballistec carbon frame and oversize bottom bracket on the Scalpel-Si come into their own when you need to step on the gas. Rocks and roots are no big deal with 100mm of RockShox Monarch travel in the rear. Up front, the 1.5-inch head tube and Cannondale's 100mm-travel Lefty 2.0 Carbon XLR fork chew up rocks and roots, transforming techy trail sections into a magic carpet ride. With Stan's NoTubes ZTR Crest rims and tubeless-ready Schwalbe tires you'll blast through buffed singletrack and chunky gnar with ease. Cannondale HollowGram Si cranks and an 11-speed Shimano XTR/XT drivetrain go together like peanut butter and chocolate, with a wide 11-42 gear range and the on-trail performance you expect from Shimano's high-end mountain components. Shimano XT brakes keep the party under control with trademark power and unbelievably controlled modulation. A carbon handlebar, carbon seatpost, and stem from Cannondale and a Prologo saddle ensure lightweight, comfortable contact points. With a Scalpel-Si under your control you'll cut through the competition.
Cannondale Habit 2 SE
$3,499.99 $4,499.99 22% Savings
Looking for a bit more? The SE spec amplifies the Habit's rowdy capabilities with more aggressive tires, wide rims and burly brakes. Get some. The lightweight carbon frame features an aluminum swingarm for extra durability, and 120mm of go-anywhere travel. A RockShox Pike RC fork offers another 130mm so you can tackle rocks and roots with ease. The Habit's WTB rims are laced to DT Swiss hubs and are wrapped in Maxxis tires to ensure nimble handling and confidence-inspiring grip. With the range of its SRAM GX Eagle drivetrain and powerful Guide R brakes right at your fingertips, you'll be faster both going up and coming back down. And, a Fox dropper post mske sure you're in the best riding position no matter where you are on the trail.
Transition Patrol Carbon NX
$3,499.99 $4,000.00 13% Savings
The Patrol Carbon NX is our best value option for those that don't want to blow a ton of money on a new carbon whip but still want solid parts and suspension. Suspension duties are handled by Rockshox suspension that we meticulously tested and tuned to perform like our higher priced options. A complete NX Eagle gets you the same massive gear range you see on GX and XO1 Eagle to get you up and down with little effort. Finally, we give you a KS Lev Integra dropper post and Maxxis Minion Dual tires so no need to upgrade anything out of the box. Available IN STORE ONLY
Transition Sentinel Carbon NX
$3,499.99 $4,000.00 13% Savings
The Sentinal Carbon NX is our best value option for those that don't want to blow a ton of money on a new carbon whip but still want solid parts and suspension. Suspension duties are handled by Rockshox suspension that we meticulously tested and tuned to perform like our higher priced options. A complete NX Eagle gets you the same massive gear range you see on GX and XO1 Eagle to get you up and down with little effort. Finally, we give you a KS Lev Integra dropper post and Maxxis Minion Dual tires so no need to upgrade anything out of the box. Available IN STORE ONLY
Cannondale Trigger 3
$3,675.00
Built for big days in the big mountains, the Trigger is pure, full-throttle descending goodness served up with a side of serious all-day pedalability. BallisTec Carbon construction, an Ai rear end, and LockR pivot thru-axles create incredible chassis stiffness for precise control. Short stays and a steep seat angle, paired with a long front center and slack head angle lets you climb like a goat and descend like a grizzly. Plus, on-the-fly travel adjust gives you shorter travel and a more responsive feel when you want it, full-travel Fox performance when you don’t.
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