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Yeti Cycles SB115 C1 (Limited)
$6,500.00
It's time to recalibrate your gray matter with what's happening in racing today. All it takes is "it's on!"—number plates not required. Born to naturally crush the climbs, the SB115 is evolved. Deft on the downs. Designed to race. Built to rally. A Lighter Switch Short-travel specific design of Switch Infinity, turned 90 degrees and optimized for lighter weight and efficiency. More Than Added Travel Crushing souls on the descent is more than half the fun. And a hell of a lot more than half the point. The SB115 has 115 genre-killing millimeters of travel, that work harder than ever before. 100% Anti-Squat Longer-Travel Setup, No Downside We custom tune the shock on every Yeti to compliment Switch Infinity's unique characteristics. Unlike other "short-travel" trail bikes, the SB115's suspension performs best even when set up with sag numbers (30%) akin to much longer travel bikes. We don't leave it to someone else to make every millimeter of the SB115's suspension travel count.
Trek Fuel EX 9.8 GX
$7,299.99 - $7,949.99
Fuel EX 9.8 combines a light full-carbon frame with parts chosen for the highest performance-to-price ratio. High-end FOX suspension with upgraded front and rear dampers, carbon wheels with a Rapid Drive rear hub, and SRAM's latest, widest-range drivetrain give this model an extra edge you'll notice from the first pedal stroke. It's right for you if... You want a single bike that can handle any trail with the light weight and vibration damping of a carbon frame. You're willing to pay for parts that give you a better connection with the trail, but you'd rather skip the bling. The tech you get A light and stiff full-carbon frame with internal storage, FOX Performance 36 fork with a GRIP2 damper that offers more adjustment, and a RE:aktiv with Thru Shaft shock. SRAM's latest GX Eagle drivetrain with a leg-saving 52-tooth climbing gear, plus all-new Bontrager carbon wheels with a 54-tooth Rapid Drive hub for fast engagement. The final word Fuel EX 9.8 is a great investment for one bike that does it all. You get a light carbon frame, but it's the parts that make this model, like the extra-adjustable GRIP2 damper, the magic-carpet ride of Thru Shaft, and the blistering acceleration of carbon wheels with a Rapid Drive hub. Why you'll love it - Fuel EX 9.8 will take your riding to the next level with a parts package that gives you top-shelf performance without the top-shelf price tag - RE:aktiv with Thru Shaft works faster than a normal shock, so it tracks the ground better and keeps you in control - The Fox Performance 36 fork gives you four-way damping adjustments for extra-dialed suspension - We expanded our size range to ensure a better fit for all riders. And, you get the fastest wheel that fits your frame: XS frames get 27.5" wheels, S frames get to choose between 27.5" or 29", and sizes M to XL get 29" wheels - Make it yours: it's customizable through Project One
Trek Marlin 6
$999.99
Marlin 6 is a cross country mountain bike built to give you an efficient off-road ride with a suspension fork that locks out, and a simple 1x drivetrain. It's made for mountain biking, but it's also equipped with features like rack and kickstand mounts that make it a great choice for adventurous daily commutes. It's right for you if... You're testing the waters of off-road riding and want a real mountain bike at a great value with a wide range of gears to cover more ground on the road and trail. The tech you get A lightweight aluminum frame with internal routing to protect your cables and add to the bike's sleek look, powerful hydraulic disc brakes, and a simple 1x10 Shimano drivetrain that ditches the front derailleur for less clutter and easier operation. The wide-range cassette still gives you all the gears you need for big climbs and steep descents. Plus, a suspension fork with a lever that lets you easily lock the suspension so you don't waste energy on smooth terrain. The final word Marlin 6 gives you upgrades you'll notice on every ride, like the smooth, simple shifting Shimano drivetrain. Extra-strong, double-walled rims and powerful hydraulic disc brakes give you durability and stopping power for your most rugged adventures on the trail, in town, and everywhere in between. Why you'll love it - The 1x drivetrain gives you all the gears you need and none you don't - Smaller frame sizes (XXS, XS, and S) have short-reach brake levers that make it easier and more comfortable for riders with smaller hands to brake confidently - Marlin models in XXS through S frame sizes have a curved top tube and a lower standover height that makes it easier for smaller riders to mount and dismount - Rack and kickstand mounts make it easy to accessorize, so your mountain bike can double as a rugged commuter - Like every model in the Marlin family, it's backed by Trek's lifetime warranty
Trek Session 8 29 GX
$6,499.99
Session 8 is a downhill mountain bike with a robust alloy frame and high-pivot suspension design that keeps you nimble, planted, and blazing fast on even the most punishing runs. It's right for you if... You practically live at the downhill park, and want a fast, traction-packed DH bike that can handle your gnarliest runs thanks to a suspension design that keeps you in control the whole way down. The tech you get A burly alloy frame, 200mm rear travel with a FOX DHX shock, 200mm RockShox Boxxer Select with plush Charger RC damper, powerful Code R 4-piston brakes, and a SRAM GX 7-speed drivetrain. The final word Session has always been the go-to DH bike. Now it's more of a ripper than ever thanks to new suspension design that delivers more traction, speed, and virtually no pedal kickback. Why you'll love it - New suspension layout with a high pivot and idler pulley increases traction, carries more speed, and reduces pedal kickback for more stability - Virtually zero pedal kickback means you'll stay confidently planted and in control during descents—especially when landing jumps or drops - The high pivot design delivers a more efficient rearward axle path so you'll carry more speed and your wheel won't get hung up on obstacles - Adjust your suspension progression by flipping the lower shock mount chip—20% for plush park rides, 25% for racing efficiency - Our new DH sizing system is based on reach, not rider height, which is the most important factor in a great downhill bike fit
Trek Slash 7
$4,749.99
Slash 7 is a high-value all-mountain ripper that's built for shredding singletrack at full speed. It's got a stout aluminum frame and capable suspension package that can smash through gnarly, choppy descents like nobody's business. It's right for you if... You're an all-mountain rider who loves pinning steep descents and sketchy rock gardens. You want a bike that's born to plow through the roughest stuff at full tilt, is fully capable of racing enduro, and doesn't ring up at a bank-breaking price. The tech you get An aluminum frame built for harsh riding with a threaded bottom bracket, dual downtube guards, Knock Block 2.0, and 160mm of travel with a RockShox Select+ shock and 170mm Yari RC fork. Plus, a SRAM NX Eagle drivetrain and Line Comp 30 wheels that are already completely tubeless ready, including sealant. The final word It may be the most affordable Slash in the lineup, but don't underestimate how fast it'll carry you down the mountain. You get a frame built for day after day of hard riding with a no-nonsense parts package that leaves enough cash in your pocket for enduro entry fees or a lift ticket to party laps. Why you'll love it - It's equally at home between the tape and in the rugged wild—Slash excels at racing enduro, but it's ridiculously fun on gnarly trail rides, too - A sleek internal storage compartment gives you a versatile spot to stow tools and gear - We added a second down tube guard to better protect your frame from shuttle-related damage - New, removable Knock Block has a bigger steering angle to keep cables and hoses safe without sacrificing turning radius - Wider seat tube, wider dropper—the 34.9mm diameter post is stronger, more durable, and moves up and down faster
Trek Supercaliber 9.7
$6,299.99
With Supercaliber 9.7 you no longer have to choose between hardtail and full-suspension on race day. Every element of this bike is developed for fast capability, from the efficient IsoStrut shock to weight-saving pivotless seat stays that cut down on trail chatter. A lightweight parts spec—including a RockShox Reba fork, SRAM NX Eagle 1x12 drivetrain, and carbon wheels—completes this XC-crushing machine. It's right for you if... You want one cross country race bike that works perfectly on all courses. You’re looking for a light frame, cutting-edge suspension technology, and race-ready components so you can churn out the fastest XC rides of your life. The tech you get An ultra-lightweight, full OCLV Mountain Carbon frame with 60mm of travel, a 100mm RockShox Reba RL fork with Motion Control damper, and Trek's exclusive lightweight IsoStrut Fox Performance shock designed specifically for Supercaliber. Plus, a SRAM NX Eagle 1x12 drivetrain, Bontrager Kovee Elite 23 carbon wheels, and Shimano hydraulic disc brakes. The final word Supercaliber is designed to crush cross country races, including the World Cup. It's fast, capable, efficient, and features IsoStrut—our game-changing integrated suspension technology. Why you'll love it - Supercaliber is a World Cup-worthy bike that’s quick, capable of soaring through techy terrain, and nearly as light as a hardtail - Our exclusive IsoStrut shock provides tuneable, damped suspension for a smooth and efficient ride - Pivotless seat stays save on weight and actively bend to help soak up trail chatter - You'll never again have to wonder, "What's faster for this course, full suspension or hardtail?"
Pivot Cycles Switchblade Race XT w/ Alum Wheels
$7,900.00
The sequel to the Switchblade story heralds a new era of all mountain riding, with more travel, unrivaled versatility and progressive geometry. It unleashes dominance over enduro inspired descents, generates speed, and delivers the finesse needed for power moves on technical climbs. With a masterfully designed new dw-link™ shock layout, riders can optimize suspension performance like never before. The all-new Switchblade cleans the impossible, threads the needle, and delivers the freedom to explore. From bike park flow trails to raw backcountry routes, the Switchblade amplifies every rider's skills and excels on any trail.
Ibis Ripmo AF - NGX w/ Aluminum Wheels
$4,772.00
The Ripmo AF (Aluminum Frame) brings the award-winning performance of the carbon Ripmo to a wider, rowdier audience. It’s everything we love from the carbon Ripmo, plus a few tweaks. IT’S METAL Over our long tenure from moun­tain biking’s awk­ward ado­les­cence to its cur­rent any­thing-shred­dy era, we’ve exper­i­ment­ed with steel, alu­minum and tita­ni­um—remem­ber the Bow-Ti, the first super­bike? We remem­ber the met­al times too, and it feels good to offer a pre­mi­um ride expe­ri­ence to our broad­en­ing fam­i­ly of rid­ers, cour­tesy of durable, afford­able alu­minum alloy. MODERN GEOMETRY With a steep, 76-degree seat tube angle and a rangy but not stratos­pher­ic reach, the Rip­mo AF places rid­ers cen­tral­ly and upright over the bot­tom brack­et. It makes for an effi­cient posi­tion that can go the long haul with­out plac­ing too much weight on its slack, 64.9-degree head­tube angle. A 44mm reduced-off­set fork is more sure­foot­ed on steep descents and stead­ies high speeds. Bet­ter up, bet­ter down. COIL COMPATIBLE The Rip­mo AF is com­pat­i­ble with both coil and air shocks due to a more pro­gres­sive lever­age rate. It allows for coil’s lin­ear­i­ty to thrive and we spec air shocks with tunes that pro­vide pop with­out feel­ing too harsh. On the trail, it gives the sus­pen­sion a sup­ple feel through­out the entire­ty of the stroke, enhanc­ing trac­tion no mat­ter how deep you dig. DVO Now that we made the frames lever­age rate pro­gres­sive enough for a coil we had to find a coil shock that could han­dle the increased stress of being dri­ven off of a cle­vis. The DVO JadeX is up to the chal­lenge so the Rip­mo AF comes with cus­tom tuned DVO suspension. 2.6” TIRE CLEARANCE Ibis helped pio­neer the wide rim rev­o­lu­tion, which inspired the new crop of wider 2.4”—2.6” tires. When paired togeth­er, this com­bo can be run at ultra low pres­sures which results in elbow-drag­ging cor­ner­ing trac­tion with­out sac­ri­fic­ing straight line speed.
Ibis Ripmo AF - SLX w/ Aluminum Wheels
$5,546.00
The Ripmo AF (Aluminum Frame) brings the award-winning performance of the carbon Ripmo to a wider, rowdier audience. It’s everything we love from the carbon Ripmo, plus a few tweaks. IT’S METAL Over our long tenure from moun­tain biking’s awk­ward ado­les­cence to its cur­rent any­thing-shred­dy era, we’ve exper­i­ment­ed with steel, alu­minum and tita­ni­um—remem­ber the Bow-Ti, the first super­bike? We remem­ber the met­al times too, and it feels good to offer a pre­mi­um ride expe­ri­ence to our broad­en­ing fam­i­ly of rid­ers, cour­tesy of durable, afford­able alu­minum alloy. MODERN GEOMETRY With a steep, 76-degree seat tube angle and a rangy but not stratos­pher­ic reach, the Rip­mo AF places rid­ers cen­tral­ly and upright over the bot­tom brack­et. It makes for an effi­cient posi­tion that can go the long haul with­out plac­ing too much weight on its slack, 64.9-degree head­tube angle. A 44mm reduced-off­set fork is more sure­foot­ed on steep descents and stead­ies high speeds. Bet­ter up, bet­ter down. COIL COMPATIBLE The Rip­mo AF is com­pat­i­ble with both coil and air shocks due to a more pro­gres­sive lever­age rate. It allows for coil’s lin­ear­i­ty to thrive and we spec air shocks with tunes that pro­vide pop with­out feel­ing too harsh. On the trail, it gives the sus­pen­sion a sup­ple feel through­out the entire­ty of the stroke, enhanc­ing trac­tion no mat­ter how deep you dig. DVO Now that we made the frames lever­age rate pro­gres­sive enough for a coil we had to find a coil shock that could han­dle the increased stress of being dri­ven off of a cle­vis. The DVO JadeX is up to the chal­lenge so the Rip­mo AF comes with cus­tom tuned DVO suspension. 2.6” TIRE CLEARANCE Ibis helped pio­neer the wide rim rev­o­lu­tion, which inspired the new crop of wider 2.4”—2.6” tires. When paired togeth­er, this com­bo can be run at ultra low pres­sures which results in elbow-drag­ging cor­ner­ing trac­tion with­out sac­ri­fic­ing straight line speed.
Ibis Ripmo AF DVO Topaz Air GX
$5,999.99
SPEC SUBJECT TO CHANGE AND MAY NOT BE WHAT'S LISTED ON THE IBIS WEBSITE The Ripmo AF (Aluminum Frame) brings the award-winning performance of the carbon Ripmo to a wider, rowdier audience. It’s everything we love from the carbon Ripmo, plus a few tweaks. IT’S METAL Over our long tenure from moun­tain biking’s awk­ward ado­les­cence to its cur­rent any­thing-shred­dy era, we’ve exper­i­ment­ed with steel, alu­minum and tita­ni­um?—?remem­ber the Bow-Ti, the first super­bike? We remem­ber the met­al times too, and it feels good to offer a pre­mi­um ride expe­ri­ence to our broad­en­ing fam­i­ly of rid­ers, cour­tesy of durable, afford­able alu­minum alloy. MODERN GEOMETRY With a steep, 76-degree seat tube angle and a rangy but not stratos­pher­ic reach, the Rip­mo AF places rid­ers cen­tral­ly and upright over the bot­tom brack­et. It makes for an effi­cient posi­tion that can go the long haul with­out plac­ing too much weight on its slack, 64.9-degree head­tube angle. A 44mm reduced-off­set fork is more sure­foot­ed on steep descents and stead­ies high speeds. Bet­ter up, bet­ter down. DW LINK Since 2005, we’ve part­nered with sus­pen­sion guru Dave Wea­gle on the dw-link sus­pen­sion plat­form. It pro­vides an unpar­al­leled com­bi­na­tion of climb­ing effi­cien­cy and down­hill per­for­mance, which has been proven repeat­ed­ly at the high­est lev­els of racing.
Giant Fathom 29 1
$2,099.00
Crank up steep climbs with smooth-rolling efficiency. Swoop down singletrack descents with stability and speed. This aluminum hardtail 29er features progressive trail geometry, a plush suspension fork, and dropper seatpost for the confidence you need to up your singletrack game. Built on an ALUXX SL aluminum frame, the Fathom 29 features updated geometry that produces a stable ride quality for challenging XC trails. The frame is optimized for a 130mm suspension fork for smooth control on the descents. An updated Giant WheelSystem comes with tubeless tires already set up, making it easy to experience added efficiency and control, plus a reduced risk of flats on technical terrain. Trail Tuned Design Balanced geometry with a 75-degree seat tube angle puts the rider in a powerful pedaling position on the climbs, while a slacker 66-degree head angle boosts confidence and control on technical descents. Responsive Handling Lightweight ALUXX SL aluminum hardtail frame offers agile acceleration and maneuverability to help riders climb, corner, and hammer the flats with efficiency and speed. Smooth Control Giant Crest 34 suspension fork with 130mm of travel absorbs roots, rocks, and ruts. Grippy, high-volume tires boost traction on rugged terrain. And a dropper seatpost with handlebar remote lets you adjust saddle height on the fly for confident positioning on changing terrain.
Giant Trance X 29 2
$3,999.00
Chunky rock gardens, gnarly roots and steep, technical climbs. The all-new Trance X 29 is for those who consider the hardest section of trail their favorite part of the ride. With longer suspension travel and adjustable geometry, this aluminum trail slayer delivers hard-charging singletrack fun. Engineered to help you ride faster and smoother on the toughest trails, this all-new 29er has a lightweight, strong and stiff aluminum chassis with 29er-specific geometry and a plush ride thanks to its advanced new suspension setup. Longer travel Maestro suspension delivers 135mm of active rear travel that pairs perfectly with a 150mm fork. The Advanced Forged Composite rocker arm has a flip-chip that allows you to adjust frame geometry and tailor the bike’s handling to your riding style and terrain. Choose steeper or slacker headtube/seattube angles and either a 30mm or 40mm bottom bracket drop to adjust the handling for your riding style and terrain. It’s all built around 29-inch wheels and lots of clearance (up to 2.5-inch tires) for maximum control on rugged trails. 29er confidence and control 29-inch wheels roll over rough terrain with balance and stability, giving you more momentum for technical climbs and the confidence to fly on fast, rugged singletrack descents. Added clearance for up to 2.5-inch tires. Progressive suspension New Maestro rear suspension features a trunnion mount shock with a longer stroke and smoother feel. With 135mm of full rear-wheel travel (and 150mm up front), it features a two-position adjustable Advanced Forged Composite flip-chip equipped upper rocker arm for increased stiffness and strength plus lower overall frame weight. Adjustable frame geometry Lightweight ALUXX-SL frameset features adjustable geometry that offers 66.2 or 65.5-degree headtube and 77.9 or 77.2-degree seattube angles, resulting in 30mm or 40mm bottom bracket drop options for aggressive trail configurations.
Yeti Cycles SB130 SRAM XO1 Eagle
$9,599.99
One bike can’t rule them all, but the SB130 is one bike that rules. Conceived on rowdy Colorado trails and fed a steady diet of technical climbing and high-speed descents, this bike crushes big terrain. We’re not suggesting you only need one bike, but if you did, this should be on your short list.
Yeti Cycles SB130 T-Series T1 w/ Carbon Wheels
$11,200.00
The Rebel Yell of the middle child. Fed a steady diet of super-tech climbs, the SB130 was built to crush the biggest terrain. No trail is "too" anything. Point it up or down. Enter a last-minute enduro just for the fun of it. We like to say no one bike can rule it all. But the SB130? It's one bike that rules. - At the heart of the SB130 suspension design is our patented Switch Infinity suspension system. - The SB130 is built to tackle any type of terrain. From buffed out singletrack, to rugged EWS racecourses, it can hold its own on a huck. - The SB130 has progressive trail-inspired geometry. We took what we learned from the SB5 and our Factory team riders and incorporated it here. - A patent-pending wishbone shock extender was developed to change the leverage ratio and shock clearance. - No more gunk on your water bottle mouthpiece, as the mount is now inside the front triangle. - An integrated headset allows for a lower overall stack height and cleaner carbon layup. - Internally tunneled routing allows for clean lines, ease of maintenance, and less shifting of housing during suspension movement. - Switch Infinity utilizes a patented translating pivot that switches direction as the bike moves through its travel. - Our linear system built by FOX is able to achieve infinite tunability and durability, which cannot be matched by traditional link designs. - Decoupling of the chain forces allows the suspension to work more efficiently to absorb impacts. - The ability to manipulate the leverage ratio without affecting the anti-squat characteristics is unique to Switch Infinity suspension.
Yeti Cycles SB130 T-Series T2
$12,600.00
The Rebel Yell of the middle child. Fed a steady diet of super-tech climbs, the SB130 was built to crush the biggest terrain. No trail is "too" anything. Point it up or down. Enter a last-minute enduro just for the fun of it. We like to say no one bike can rule it all. But the SB130? It's one bike that rules. - At the heart of the SB130 suspension design is our patented Switch Infinity suspension system. - The SB130 is built to tackle any type of terrain. From buffed out singletrack, to rugged EWS racecourses, it can hold its own on a huck. - The SB130 has progressive trail-inspired geometry. We took what we learned from the SB5 and our Factory team riders and incorporated it here. - A patent-pending wishbone shock extender was developed to change the leverage ratio and shock clearance. - No more gunk on your water bottle mouthpiece, as the mount is now inside the front triangle. - An integrated headset allows for a lower overall stack height and cleaner carbon layup. - Internally tunneled routing allows for clean lines, ease of maintenance, and less shifting of housing during suspension movement. - Switch Infinity utilizes a patented translating pivot that switches direction as the bike moves through its travel. - Our linear system built by FOX is able to achieve infinite tunability and durability, which cannot be matched by traditional link designs. - Decoupling of the chain forces allows the suspension to work more efficiently to absorb impacts. - The ability to manipulate the leverage ratio without affecting the anti-squat characteristics is unique to Switch Infinity suspension. - C-Series frames utilize small changes to the carbon fiber layup to offer a more aggressively priced carbon frame. Build Highlights - TURQ Series carbon fiber frame - FOX Factory Fit 4 36 fork - FOX Factory DPX2 rear shock - SRAM X01 Eagle drivetrain - SRAM G2 RSC brakes - DT Swiss M1700 wheels - FOX Transfer dropper post SRAM AXS and carbon wheelset options available. Contact your local Yeti dealer for details.
Yeti Cycles SB130 T-Series T2 Axs w/ Carbon Wheels
$12,600.00
The Rebel Yell of the middle child. Fed a steady diet of super-tech climbs, the SB130 was built to crush the biggest terrain. No trail is "too" anything. Point it up or down. Enter a last-minute enduro just for the fun of it. We like to say no one bike can rule it all. But the SB130? It's one bike that rules. - At the heart of the SB130 suspension design is our patented Switch Infinity suspension system. - The SB130 is built to tackle any type of terrain. From buffed out singletrack, to rugged EWS racecourses, it can hold its own on a huck. - The SB130 has progressive trail-inspired geometry. We took what we learned from the SB5 and our Factory team riders and incorporated it here. - A patent-pending wishbone shock extender was developed to change the leverage ratio and shock clearance. - No more gunk on your water bottle mouthpiece, as the mount is now inside the front triangle. - An integrated headset allows for a lower overall stack height and cleaner carbon layup. - Internally tunneled routing allows for clean lines, ease of maintenance, and less shifting of housing during suspension movement. - Switch Infinity utilizes a patented translating pivot that switches direction as the bike moves through its travel. - Our linear system built by FOX is able to achieve infinite tunability and durability, which cannot be matched by traditional link designs. - Decoupling of the chain forces allows the suspension to work more efficiently to absorb impacts. - The ability to manipulate the leverage ratio without affecting the anti-squat characteristics is unique to Switch Infinity suspension.
Liv Intrigue Advanced Pro 29 2
$5,299.99
Intrigue Advanced Pro 29 has arrived for those riders who fancy a fast-rolling, high-performance trail bike that can handle epic climbs and demanding descents. Our Advanced-Grade Composite frame leads the charge with women’s-specific geometry, unique composite layup and shock tuning specifically designed for women by women. With a 29-inch tubeless Boost wheelset compatible with tires up to 2.5", you can afford to run a slightly shorter travel setup without sacrificing fun on the trail. Intrigue Advanced Pro 29 offers a 140 mm suspension fork and a 125 mm of rear suspension on an ultra-light, torsionally stiff Advanced Forged Composite linkage. Meet all the demands of your terrain with Maestro flip chip, allowing you to change the geometry of the bike to be more suitable for climbing or descending, depending on your trail needs. Top Performance Trail Advanced-Grade Composite frame, carbon wheelset, Maestro Suspension and flip chip adjustable frame geometry equip you with a lightweight, versatile trail bike. Balanced Agility With a versatile 125/140 mm platform and 29-inch wheels compatible up to 2.5-inch tires, Intrigue Advanced Pro 29 is a dream for both climbing agility and descending control. Truly Dialed for Women The Intrigue Advanced Pro 29 is designed around Liv’s 3F Design Philosophy combined with suspension testing conducted by women for women, and tuned to perfection. Built to cover ground, mow over techy singletrack, and charge down aggressive terrain, the all-new Intrigue Advanced Pro 29 prefers the rowdy side of life.
Ibis DV9 w/ Alloy Wheels
$3,999.99
The DV9 is our lightweight carbon do-anything, go-anywhere hardtail. With down-country geometry and massive tire clearance, you can rip a training loop Friday, race Saturday, and roost Sunday.
Ibis Ripley 4 - GX Eagle w/aluminum wheels
$7,129.99
When we debuted the category-bending Ripley back in 2011, it was used by some as a cross country rocket and by others as a trail shredder. With quick agile handling and super efficient pedaling characteristics, it felt like a BMX bike you could pedal all day. Our athletes quickly discovered just how versatile it could be. While Brian Lopes was racing an O.G. Ripley to a top fifteen result at his first EWS race, others were winning hundred mile epics. As riders pushed the bike in different differections and components evolved, so did the Ripley. The all new Ripley continues that trend. It’s been given the modern longer, slacker, steeper treatment, with an all new chassis that’s both lighter, stiffer, and more progressive. Like the original, it retains 120mm of rear travel, paired with a 130mm front fork, and fast rolling 29” wheels. The “from the ground up” redesign is the culmination of everything we’ve learned from 38 years of mountain bike development. This new Ripley has a one degree slacker headtube angle (now 66.5º), a three degree steeper seat tube angle (now 76º), and a reach that’s been extended by ~45mm across all sizes (475mm on a size large). We also shaved half a pound off the frame, shortened the chainstays by 12mm, increased stiffness, and made the suspension more progressive while maintaining the incredible pedaling characteristics Despite all these changes, the Ripley remains the same snappy, flickable, playful, fast, lightweight, and versatile trail bike it’s always been. In the process of developing the new Ripley, we shed the double eccentric design. While that design was revolutionary, it took up substantial room in the seat tube. And after giving many riders (M-XL) their first taste of 170mm + droppers on the Ripmo, we knew we couldn’t go back to a shorter dropper. Because the new Ripley can accommodate a long dropper and has ultra low standover, you can size your frame based on reach. We still use the standard “small, medium, large…” naming structure because it’s easy to understand, but the size of your seat tube is no longer a limiting factor. Moving from the double eccentric to a Ripmo style chassis also came with significant weight savings. One big factor is our unique combination of bearings and bushings. Bearings don’t last long in areas with high loads and minimal rotation, like our lower link or clevis. We’ve used hermetically sealed IGUS bushings in these locations, which extends our maintenance intervals, increases stiffness, and helps ensure we have some of the lightest frames on the market. The Ripmo has been trouble free, so the Ripley will share the lifetime warranty we offer on our suspension bushings. If you love the Ripmo but want something lighter, faster and more nimble than an Enduro World Series capable mountain bike, the Ripley is it. With its combination of modern geometry, progressive suspension, light weight, and 2.6” tire clearance, the Ripley is our ultimate trail bike.
Ibis Ripley 4 - SLX w/aluminum wheels
$6,739.99 - $6,899.99
When we debuted the category-bending Ripley back in 2011, it was used by some as a cross country rocket and by others as a trail shredder. With quick agile handling and super efficient pedaling characteristics, it felt like a BMX bike you could pedal all day. Our athletes quickly discovered just how versatile it could be. While Brian Lopes was racing an O.G. Ripley to a top fifteen result at his first EWS race, others were winning hundred mile epics. As riders pushed the bike in different differections and components evolved, so did the Ripley. The all new Ripley continues that trend. It’s been given the modern longer, slacker, steeper treatment, with an all new chassis that’s both lighter, stiffer, and more progressive. Like the original, it retains 120mm of rear travel, paired with a 130mm front fork, and fast rolling 29” wheels. The “from the ground up” redesign is the culmination of everything we’ve learned from 38 years of mountain bike development. This new Ripley has a one degree slacker headtube angle (now 66.5º), a three degree steeper seat tube angle (now 76º), and a reach that’s been extended by ~45mm across all sizes (475mm on a size large). We also shaved half a pound off the frame, shortened the chainstays by 12mm, increased stiffness, and made the suspension more progressive while maintaining the incredible pedaling characteristics Despite all these changes, the Ripley remains the same snappy, flickable, playful, fast, lightweight, and versatile trail bike it’s always been. In the process of developing the new Ripley, we shed the double eccentric design. While that design was revolutionary, it took up substantial room in the seat tube. And after giving many riders (M-XL) their first taste of 170mm + droppers on the Ripmo, we knew we couldn’t go back to a shorter dropper. Because the new Ripley can accommodate a long dropper and has ultra low standover, you can size your frame based on reach. We still use the standard “small, medium, large…” naming structure because it’s easy to understand, but the size of your seat tube is no longer a limiting factor. Moving from the double eccentric to a Ripmo style chassis also came with significant weight savings. One big factor is our unique combination of bearings and bushings. Bearings don’t last long in areas with high loads and minimal rotation, like our lower link or clevis. We’ve used hermetically sealed IGUS bushings in these locations, which extends our maintenance intervals, increases stiffness, and helps ensure we have some of the lightest frames on the market. The Ripmo has been trouble free, so the Ripley will share the lifetime warranty we offer on our suspension bushings. If you love the Ripmo but want something lighter, faster and more nimble than an Enduro World Series capable mountain bike, the Ripley is it. With its combination of modern geometry, progressive suspension, light weight, and 2.6” tire clearance, the Ripley is our ultimate trail bike.
Ibis Ripley 4 - XT w/aluminum wheels
$7,659.99 - $8,319.99
When we debuted the category-bending Ripley back in 2011, it was used by some as a cross country rocket and by others as a trail shredder. With quick agile handling and super efficient pedaling characteristics, it felt like a BMX bike you could pedal all day. Our athletes quickly discovered just how versatile it could be. While Brian Lopes was racing an O.G. Ripley to a top fifteen result at his first EWS race, others were winning hundred mile epics. As riders pushed the bike in different differections and components evolved, so did the Ripley. The all new Ripley continues that trend. It’s been given the modern longer, slacker, steeper treatment, with an all new chassis that’s both lighter, stiffer, and more progressive. Like the original, it retains 120mm of rear travel, paired with a 130mm front fork, and fast rolling 29” wheels. The “from the ground up” redesign is the culmination of everything we’ve learned from 38 years of mountain bike development. This new Ripley has a one degree slacker headtube angle (now 66.5º), a three degree steeper seat tube angle (now 76º), and a reach that’s been extended by ~45mm across all sizes (475mm on a size large). We also shaved half a pound off the frame, shortened the chainstays by 12mm, increased stiffness, and made the suspension more progressive while maintaining the incredible pedaling characteristics Despite all these changes, the Ripley remains the same snappy, flickable, playful, fast, lightweight, and versatile trail bike it’s always been. In the process of developing the new Ripley, we shed the double eccentric design. While that design was revolutionary, it took up substantial room in the seat tube. And after giving many riders (M-XL) their first taste of 170mm + droppers on the Ripmo, we knew we couldn’t go back to a shorter dropper. Because the new Ripley can accommodate a long dropper and has ultra low standover, you can size your frame based on reach. We still use the standard “small, medium, large…” naming structure because it’s easy to understand, but the size of your seat tube is no longer a limiting factor. Moving from the double eccentric to a Ripmo style chassis also came with significant weight savings. One big factor is our unique combination of bearings and bushings. Bearings don’t last long in areas with high loads and minimal rotation, like our lower link or clevis. We’ve used hermetically sealed IGUS bushings in these locations, which extends our maintenance intervals, increases stiffness, and helps ensure we have some of the lightest frames on the market. The Ripmo has been trouble free, so the Ripley will share the lifetime warranty we offer on our suspension bushings. If you love the Ripmo but want something lighter, faster and more nimble than an Enduro World Series capable mountain bike, the Ripley is it. With its combination of modern geometry, progressive suspension, light weight, and 2.6” tire clearance, the Ripley is our ultimate trail bike.
Ibis Ripley 4 - XX1 AXS
$11,479.00
When we debuted the category-bending Ripley back in 2011, it was used by some as a cross country rocket and by others as a trail shredder. With quick agile handling and super efficient pedaling characteristics, it felt like a BMX bike you could pedal all day. Our athletes quickly discovered just how versatile it could be. While Brian Lopes was racing an O.G. Ripley to a top fifteen result at his first EWS race, others were winning hundred mile epics. As riders pushed the bike in different differections and components evolved, so did the Ripley. The all new Ripley continues that trend. It’s been given the modern longer, slacker, steeper treatment, with an all new chassis that’s both lighter, stiffer, and more progressive. Like the original, it retains 120mm of rear travel, paired with a 130mm front fork, and fast rolling 29” wheels. The “from the ground up” redesign is the culmination of everything we’ve learned from 38 years of mountain bike development. This new Ripley has a one degree slacker headtube angle (now 66.5º), a three degree steeper seat tube angle (now 76º), and a reach that’s been extended by ~45mm across all sizes (475mm on a size large). We also shaved half a pound off the frame, shortened the chainstays by 12mm, increased stiffness, and made the suspension more progressive while maintaining the incredible pedaling characteristics Despite all these changes, the Ripley remains the same snappy, flickable, playful, fast, lightweight, and versatile trail bike it’s always been. In the process of developing the new Ripley, we shed the double eccentric design. While that design was revolutionary, it took up substantial room in the seat tube. And after giving many riders (M-XL) their first taste of 170mm + droppers on the Ripmo, we knew we couldn’t go back to a shorter dropper. Because the new Ripley can accommodate a long dropper and has ultra low standover, you can size your frame based on reach. We still use the standard “small, medium, large…” naming structure because it’s easy to understand, but the size of your seat tube is no longer a limiting factor. Moving from the double eccentric to a Ripmo style chassis also came with significant weight savings. One big factor is our unique combination of bearings and bushings. Bearings don’t last long in areas with high loads and minimal rotation, like our lower link or clevis. We’ve used hermetically sealed IGUS bushings in these locations, which extends our maintenance intervals, increases stiffness, and helps ensure we have some of the lightest frames on the market. The Ripmo has been trouble free, so the Ripley will share the lifetime warranty we offer on our suspension bushings. If you love the Ripmo but want something lighter, faster and more nimble than an Enduro World Series capable mountain bike, the Ripley is it. With its combination of modern geometry, progressive suspension, light weight, and 2.6” tire clearance, the Ripley is our ultimate trail bike. Ibis
Ibis Ripmo AF - Deore w/ Aluminum Wheels
$4,385.00
The Ripmo AF (Aluminum Frame) brings the award-winning performance of the carbon Ripmo to a wider, rowdier audience. It’s everything we love from the carbon Ripmo, plus a few tweaks. IT’S METAL Over our long tenure from moun­tain biking’s awk­ward ado­les­cence to its cur­rent any­thing-shred­dy era, we’ve exper­i­ment­ed with steel, alu­minum and tita­ni­um—remem­ber the Bow-Ti, the first super­bike? We remem­ber the met­al times too, and it feels good to offer a pre­mi­um ride expe­ri­ence to our broad­en­ing fam­i­ly of rid­ers, cour­tesy of durable, afford­able alu­minum alloy. MODERN GEOMETRY With a steep, 76-degree seat tube angle and a rangy but not stratos­pher­ic reach, the Rip­mo AF places rid­ers cen­tral­ly and upright over the bot­tom brack­et. It makes for an effi­cient posi­tion that can go the long haul with­out plac­ing too much weight on its slack, 64.9-degree head­tube angle. A 44mm reduced-off­set fork is more sure­foot­ed on steep descents and stead­ies high speeds. Bet­ter up, bet­ter down. COIL COMPATIBLE The Rip­mo AF is com­pat­i­ble with both coil and air shocks due to a more pro­gres­sive lever­age rate. It allows for coil’s lin­ear­i­ty to thrive and we spec air shocks with tunes that pro­vide pop with­out feel­ing too harsh. On the trail, it gives the sus­pen­sion a sup­ple feel through­out the entire­ty of the stroke, enhanc­ing trac­tion no mat­ter how deep you dig. DVO Now that we made the frames lever­age rate pro­gres­sive enough for a coil we had to find a coil shock that could han­dle the increased stress of being dri­ven off of a cle­vis. The DVO JadeX is up to the chal­lenge so the Rip­mo AF comes with cus­tom tuned DVO suspension. 2.6” TIRE CLEARANCE Ibis helped pio­neer the wide rim rev­o­lu­tion, which inspired the new crop of wider 2.4”—2.6” tires. When paired togeth­er, this com­bo can be run at ultra low pres­sures which results in elbow-drag­ging cor­ner­ing trac­tion with­out sac­ri­fic­ing straight line speed.
Ibis Ripmo AF DVO Jade Coil GX
$5,999.99
The Ripmo AF (Aluminum Frame) brings the award-winning performance of the carbon Ripmo to a wider, rowdier audience. It’s everything we love from the carbon Ripmo, plus a few tweaks. Best of all, complete bikes start at only $4020 IT’S METAL Over our long tenure from moun­tain biking’s awk­ward ado­les­cence to its cur­rent any­thing-shred­dy era, we’ve exper­i­ment­ed with steel, alu­minum and tita­ni­um?—?remem­ber the Bow-Ti, the first super­bike? We remem­ber the met­al times too, and it feels good to offer a pre­mi­um ride expe­ri­ence to our broad­en­ing fam­i­ly of rid­ers, cour­tesy of durable, afford­able alu­minum alloy. MODERN GEOMETRY With a steep, 76-degree seat tube angle and a rangy but not stratos­pher­ic reach, the Rip­mo AF places rid­ers cen­tral­ly and upright over the bot­tom brack­et. It makes for an effi­cient posi­tion that can go the long haul with­out plac­ing too much weight on its slack, 64.9-degree head­tube angle. A 44mm reduced-off­set fork is more sure­foot­ed on steep descents and stead­ies high speeds. Bet­ter up, bet­ter down. DW LINK Since 2005, we’ve part­nered with sus­pen­sion guru Dave Wea­gle on the dw-link sus­pen­sion plat­form. It pro­vides an unpar­al­leled com­bi­na­tion of climb­ing effi­cien­cy and down­hill per­for­mance, which has been proven repeat­ed­ly at the high­est lev­els of racing.
Ibis Ripmo V2 - Deore w/ Aluminum Wheels
$6,836.00
What if we took everybody’s favorite bike and made it a little slacker and little longer? Hell, what if we made it more progressive and coil compatible? And that’s exactly what we did for the Ripmo V2. Active ingredients include: 29” wheels, berm-defying cornering tendencies, and a love for long rides. GEOMETRY The Rip­mo has a steep, 76-degree seat tube angle and a rangy but not stratos­pher­ic reach, which places rid­ers cen­tral­ly over the ped­als. It makes for an effi­cient posi­tion that can go the long haul. The slack 64.9 head­tube angle and 44mm reduced-off set fork doesn’t wan­der while climb­ing, and doesn’t hold you back descend­ing. It works—all day up, all day down, all day in between. COIL COMPATIBLE The Rip­mo V2 is com­pat­i­ble with both coil and air shocks due to a more pro­gres­sive lever­age rate. On the trail, it gives the sus­pen­sion a sup­ple feel through out the entire­ty of the stroke, enhanc­ing trac­tion no mat­ter how deep you dig. DROPPER POST CLEARANCE Mo’ drop­per, mo’ bet­ter. On small frames, you can run 125–150mm, pend­ing your pref­er­ence and inseam length. On medi­um, large and extra large, a 160mm—or, why not run a 185mm? Our short­er seat-tube lengths and low stan­dovers allow you to choose your size based on your reach preference. TIRE CLEARANCE You can run over­built, chunky tires; you can run light, big vol­ume fast tires, but what­ev­er you run, know that you’re not lim­it­ed by width.
Ibis Ripmo V2 - SLX w/ Aluminum Wheels
$6,869.99 - $7,868.00
Behold the SLX group from Shimano, which now goes to 12 speeds. What if we took everybody’s favorite bike and made it a little slacker and little longer? Hell, what if we made it more progressive and coil compatible? And that’s exactly what we did for the Ripmo V2. Active ingredients include: 29” wheels, berm-defying cornering tendencies, and a love for long rides. GEOMETRY The Rip­mo has a steep, 76-degree seat tube angle and a rangy but not stratos­pher­ic reach, which places rid­ers cen­tral­ly over the ped­als. It makes for an effi­cient posi­tion that can go the long haul. The slack 64.9 head­tube angle and 44mm reduced-off set fork doesn’t wan­der while climb­ing, and doesn’t hold you back descend­ing. It works?—?all day up, all day down, all day in between. COIL COMPATIBLE The Rip­mo V2 is com­pat­i­ble with both coil and air shocks due to a more pro­gres­sive lever­age rate. On the trail, it gives the sus­pen­sion a sup­ple feel through out the entire­ty of the stroke, enhanc­ing trac­tion no mat­ter how deep you dig. DROPPER POST CLEARANCE Mo’ drop­per, mo’ bet­ter. On small frames, you can run 125?–?150mm, pend­ing your pref­er­ence and inseam length. On medi­um, large and extra large, a 160mm?—?or, why not run a 185mm? Our short­er seat-tube lengths and low stan­dovers allow you to choose your size based on your reach preference. TIRE CLEARANCE You can run over­built, chunky tires; you can run light, big vol­ume fast tires, but what­ev­er you run, know that you’re not lim­it­ed by width.
Ibis Ripmo V2 X2 GX (NX Shift) w/ Aluminum Wheels
$7,259.99 - $7,999.99
If you wondered when the carbon Ripmo would get AF’d, well, you can stop wondering, the NEW Ripmo V2 is here. We’ve made it a full degree slacker, a little bit longer, stiffer, and added progressivity for coil compatibility. Just like the original, our newest Ripmo was developed under the demands of competition. Robin Wallner rode a disguised Ripmo V2 to four top-ten finishes during the 2019 EWS season. To start, we gave the V2 a more progressive end rate with more ramp up, which eliminates bottom-out worries for hard-chargers. And that opens the door for a coil shock. And the initial leverage ratio is now a little higher for improved small bump performance, eliminating trail chatter. But life isn’t just a magic carpet ride of epic descents. To go down, you have to go up. The original Ripmo was just as lauded for climbing as it was for floating above tech. The V2 maintains the Ripmo’s reputation for uncanny climbing capabilities. Climb a Ripmo V2 and a Ripmo back to back and you won’t notice a difference. Downhill is another matter. We went one-degree slacker for the head angle, kept the stack height the same, and added just a few millimeters of reach to round things off (471 to 475mm on a size L). We tested this geometry with the Ripmo AF and it’s been universally lauded—nothing holds you back descending (rock rolls, drops, root gnarls) but you’re not piloting a dump truck climbing singletrack switchbacks. It shreds and climbs. Since we increased the Ripmo V2’s capability, we thought it only wise to beef up its protection. It’s a beautiful carbon frame, might as well keep it that way. We’ve added linkage guards that protect the upper and lower linkages from contamination, while covertly hiding between the front and rear triangles. And despite all the AF updates to the Ripmo V2, we kept its weight to a svelte 6.25 lbs. for a size medium with Fox DPX2. With completes starting at 28 lbs, the Ripmo is just as much the all-day climber it’s been, just with more snarl and menace on the descent. With the Ripmo V2, you have the very best Ripmo we can make. It incorporates the geometry we perfected on the Ripmo AF. It fits 29 x 2.6” tires, a full-size water bottle, cloudlike climbability, and it has a progressive end stroke for coil-shock compatibility. It touts our 7-year frame warranty and lifetime warranty on IGUS bushings. And most importantly, it won’t hold you back. On anything. And yep, it’s available now.
Ibis Ripmo V2 XT
$7,789.99
If you wondered when the carbon Ripmo would get AF’d, well, you can stop wondering, the NEW Ripmo V2 is here. We’ve made it a full degree slacker, a little bit longer, stiffer, and added progressivity for coil compatibility. Just like the original, our newest Ripmo was developed under the demands of competition. Robin Wallner rode a disguised Ripmo V2 to four top-ten finishes during the 2019 EWS season. To start, we gave the V2 a more progressive end rate with more ramp up, which eliminates bottom-out worries for hard-chargers. And that opens the door for a coil shock. And the initial leverage ratio is now a little higher for improved small bump performance, eliminating trail chatter. But life isn’t just a magic carpet ride of epic descents. To go down, you have to go up. The original Ripmo was just as lauded for climbing as it was for floating above tech. The V2 maintains the Ripmo’s reputation for uncanny climbing capabilities. Climb a Ripmo V2 and a Ripmo back to back and you won’t notice a difference. Downhill is another matter. We went one-degree slacker for the head angle, kept the stack height the same, and added just a few millimeters of reach to round things off (471 to 475mm on a size L). We tested this geometry with the Ripmo AF and it’s been universally lauded—nothing holds you back descending (rock rolls, drops, root gnarls) but you’re not piloting a dump truck climbing singletrack switchbacks. It shreds and climbs. Since we increased the Ripmo V2’s capability, we thought it only wise to beef up its protection. It’s a beautiful carbon frame, might as well keep it that way. We’ve added linkage guards that protect the upper and lower linkages from contamination, while covertly hiding between the front and rear triangles. And despite all the AF updates to the Ripmo V2, we kept its weight to a svelte 6.25 lbs. for a size medium with Fox DPX2. With completes starting at 28 lbs, the Ripmo is just as much the all-day climber it’s been, just with more snarl and menace on the descent. With the Ripmo V2, you have the very best Ripmo we can make. It incorporates the geometry we perfected on the Ripmo AF. It fits 29 x 2.6” tires, a full-size water bottle, cloudlike climbability, and it has a progressive end stroke for coil-shock compatibility. It touts our 7-year frame warranty and lifetime warranty on IGUS bushings. And most importantly, it won’t hold you back. On anything. And yep, it’s available now.
Giant Fathom 29 1
$1,949.00
Crank up steep climbs with smooth-rolling efficiency and swoop down singletrack descents with stability and speed. This aluminum hardtail 29er delivers a balanced ride quality on XC terrain. Built on an ALUXX SL aluminum frame, Fathom 29 features updated geometry that produces a stable ride quality for challenging XC trails. The frame is optimized for a 100mm suspension fork giving you efficiency on the climbs and total control on the descents. KEY PERFORMANCE FACTORS - Proven alloy performance - ALUXX SL aluminum frameset is hand-built in-house by the world leader in aluminum engineering. Balance and stability - Frame geometry is designed to optimize the balance and roll-over capabilities of 29-inch wheels. XC control - Suspension fork offers 100mm of smooth travel for added XC control.
Giant Trance X E+ Pro 29 2
$6,599.99
Faster up the climbs, longer loops, more singletrack fun on any given day. Give yourself the freedom to extend your trail-riding adventures with this powerful, smooth-riding 29er. The SyncDrive Pro motor gives the new Trance X E+ Pro 29 a massive 80Nm of torque and 360 percent tunable support, all controlled by the new Giant E-bike App. This gives you the freedom to ride trails the way you want to. You can choose full power to ease your pedaling effort or tune it less aggressively to get more of a workout. Featuring 140mm of smooth Maestro suspension travel in the rear, 150mm up front, and progressive frame geometry that’s designed for 29-inch wheels, this is a whole new way to tackle technical singletrack trails. The EnergyPak 625 battery is cleanly integrated into the downtube of the lightweight ALUXX SL frame. Smooth, Powerful Support SyncDrive Pro motor delivers 80Nm of torque and tunable support ratios up to 360 percent. Smart Assist technology creates smooth pedal assistance that engages instantly when human power is applied, giving you reliable performance on steep climbs and at low speeds. 29er Confidence and Control Optimized Maestro suspension for 29-inch wheels with 140mm rear/ 150mm front travel to roll over rough terrain with balance and stability, giving you more momentum for technical climbs and the confidence to fly on fast, rugged singletrack descents. Adjustable Frame Geometry Flip chip lets you change the headtube and seat tube angles, along with the bottom bracket height, to fine-tune the handling. You can choose the low position (65.8/76.0 head/seat tube angle and 30mm BB drop) for faster, open terrain or high (66.5/76.7 head/seat tube angle and 20mm drop) for slower, tighter singletrack.
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