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Cannondale Scalpel-Si Black Inc.
$16,520.00
Cannondale cuts to the front of the pack with their Scalpel-Si Black Edition. They pored over every detail to make it one of the lightest full-suspension cross-country bikes in existence, giving it a super stiff, mega-efficient Ballistec HI-MOD carbon frame, oversize BB30 bottom bracket, and a rear 142 x 12mm thru-axle. Techy terrain is no big deal with 100mm of RockShox Monarch travel in the rear. And up front, the 1.5-inch head tube is paired with Cannondale's 100mm-travel Lefty 2.0 Carbon XLR fork for razor-sharp handling and pinpoint line selection. And of course, this XC rocket is dressed to impress with utterly enviable ENVE carbon rims and tubeless-ready Schwalbe tires that spin up fast and grip like scared cats in the corners. Cannondale supplied their own HollowGram SiSL2 cranks, and paired them with Shimano's stunning 2 x 11-speed XTR Di2 drivetrain. It's all there: the fast, perfect shifts, powerful front shifting, and the performance you expect from what has become mountain biking's halo drivetrain. Shimano XTR brakes got invited to the party as well, and they brought along their smooth modulation and ferocious stopping power. An ENVE Carbon Sweep handlebar and carbon seatpost, Prologo saddle, and high-quality components from Cannondale round out the contact points. In the competitive world of cross-country riding and racing, the Scalpel-Si is your edge.
Rocky Mountain Instinct Powerplay Alloy 70
$7,999.00
The Instinct Powerplay will take you to the places you never thought possible. When it comes time to head out the door for that epic ride into the alpine, you’ll be riding further and faster than ever before on what is our most versatile e-MTB yet. Taking our Powerplay line up the next level, the Instinct Powerplay integrates our powerful Dyname 3.0 drive system with a 29" wheeled platform for fast rolling rides and long distances. Featuring the new iWoc TRIO remote, our RIDE-9 adjustment system, tweaked suspension kinematics, and great small-bump sensitivity, the Instinct Powerplay is perfect for the big epic rides!
Cannondale Jekyll Women's 1
$5,400.00
With its light, playful feel and dual-mode Gemini shock, this enduro-ready rig is flickable fun on any kind of trail, from the flowy and smooth to the steep and nasty. 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 Jekyll 1
$10,500.00
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 Jekyll 2
$7,400.00
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.
Norco Range A2
$3,599.00
Versatile, adaptable, and durable - the Range Aluminum offers category-bending Enduro capabilities in a premium aluminum bike. Purpose-built to rip downhill and climb back up, the Range Aluminum features highly capable suspension performance and geometry optimized for riders of all sizes providing confidence-inspiring control and high-speed stability through the roughest and most technical terrain.
Norco Sight A2
$3,999.00
The Sight Aluminum was developed simultaneously with the Sight Carbon to ensure the same geometry and suspension kinematics and a similar ride feel on both models. Modern geometry and suspension kinematics deliver a fast, stable and playful ride for endless two-wheeled fun on a wide range of terrain. A high-end component selection and the use of premium alloys as frame material turn the Sight Aluminum into an aggressive and efficient all-mountain companion.
Cannondale Jekyll 3
$4,300.00
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.
Norco Optic C2
$4,199.00 - $5,099.00
The Optic Carbon is a fast-pedaling trail bike that rides with just the right mix of cross-country efficiency and all-mountain capability. Ride faster, with more control, and complete confidence – the Optic gives you a whole new perspective on the trail and is the ideal bike for all-day trail adventures.
Cannondale Scalpel SE 1
$4,984.62 $6,999.99 29% Off
The Scalpel — unleashed. More travel front and rear, burlier components and a dropper post transform the ultimate XC race machine into the ultimate fast trail slayer. The full carbon frame doles out 115mm of travel controlled by a Fox EVOL shock to keep your rear wheel tracking at high speeds. Cannondale’s Lefty 2.0 handles the chop up front with another 120mm of compliance, coupled with knife-sharp handling. You’ll be rolling fast on a set of Stan’s ZTR Arch MK3 wheels, ready to go tubeless with Maxxis Ardents for high traction. SRAM keeps you ahead of the pack with an Eagle 12-speed drivetrain, while Shimano XT brakes modulate huge power. And, with a ti-railed Fabric Scoop saddle atop a Turbine dropper, you’re ready for anything the trail throws at you. Small: 27.5-inch wheels Medium – X-Large: 29-inch wheels
Cannondale Scalpel-Si Team
$8,100.04 $11,999.99 32% Off
Cannondale's Scalpel-Si Team cuts straight to the podium with raw XC speed and razor-sharp handling. The Scalpel-Si’s Ballistec carbon frame comes into its own when you step on the gas and need snappy acceleration and direct power transfer. Fly through rooty trail sections with 100mm of RockShox Monarch XX travel in the rear, while Cannondale's 100mm-travel Lefty 2.0 Carbon fork chews through chop to keep you on your line. A pair of ENVE Carbon M50 rims and tubeless-ready Schwalbe tires team up to throw down on crooked descents while seeming weightless up steep climbs. To launch you up those hills, SRAM’s 12-speed XX1 Eagle drivetrain flaunts super lightweight and a huge 10-50 cassette, all with the precise shifting you expect from SRAM. SRAM’s Level Ultimate brakes keep the party under control with power to spare and unbelievably dialed modulation. Cannondale’s carbon handlebar and seatpost with a ProLogo Zero II saddle ensure scary lightweight, yet comfortable contact points for your all-out race day. Small: 27.5-inch wheels Medium – X-Large: 29-inch wheels
Cannondale Jekyll 4
$3,011.54 $4,299.99 30% Off
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 Trigger Carbon 2
$5,815.36 $7,999.99 27% Off
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 ensure 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 X 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, while WTB Frequency Race wheels hold their line through the chunder. SRAM gets you up the mountain fast with their extended-range, 12-speed Eagle X01 Eagle drivetrain and Descendant carbon crankset, and their Guide RS brakes bring everything to a controlled halt with incredible power and highly sought-after modulation. And, no trail bike is complete without the all-mountain performance edge offered by a RaceFace Turbine dropper post, routed internally with your other cables and hoses for an aesthetic as pure as the adrenaline coursing through in your veins.
Norco Range A1
$4,499.00
Versatile, adaptable, and durable - the Range Aluminum offers category-bending Enduro capabilities in a premium aluminum bike. Purpose-built to rip downhill and climb back up, the Range Aluminum features highly capable suspension performance and geometry optimized for riders of all sizes providing confidence-inspiring control and high-speed stability through the roughest and most technical terrain.
Norco Fluid FS2+
$2,299.00
From punchy climbs and technical trails, to carving through fast and flowy singletrack—the Fluid FS2+ can handle it all. Thanks to an efficiently-designed 130mm suspension system that features a Suntour XCM fork and Monarch R rear shock, the Fluid FS+ maintains composure through rough terrain so you can stay with the flow. Wide tubeless-ready Alex rims wrapped in super-grippy mid-fat tires increase control for confident maneuvering, and the TranzX dropper seatpost allows you to lower your seat and center of gravity for unbeatable stability on high-speed descents. A simple 1x11 drivetrain by Shimano produces snappy shifts and keeps weight and maintenance low, too.
Cannondale Bad Habit 1
$5,192.27
This Bad Habit will definitely die hard once you've sampled its all-mountain prowess. 27.5+ tires give the old Habit a bad boy attitude, upping its all-terrain game for maximum fun on steep, loose, and gnarly trails. The BallisTec Carbon front triangle and C1 alloy swingarm create the lightweight and stiff feel you want for technical maneuvers, and powerful Shimano XT brakes put mind-bending control in your fingertips. Shimano XTR and XT drivetrain components paired with Cannondale's HollowGram Si crankset ensure fewer dropped chains and ample gearing through the 1 x 11 system, giving you the confidence to charge through whatever lies ahead. All this forward momentum is kept in check through 120mm of front and rear suspension, with a Cannondale Lefty 2.0 fork and Fox Float DPS EVOL SV to further aid in the crazy amount of traction plus-size tires provide. A Fox Transfer dropper seatpost, Cannondale HollowGram 40 carbon rims, and Cannondale carbon handlebar top this impressive build.
Cannondale Habit 5
$3,500.00
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
Rocky Mountain Thunderbolt Alloy 30
$3,299.00
With the Thunderbolt Alloy 30, Rocky Mountain pushes the rear travel to 130mm, increases stiffness, lowers the rate curve slightly, and gives the frame a host of next-generation features—but keeps its playful geometry and wide-range of RIDE-9 adjustments. The Thunderbolt is at home on technical climbs, powering through rough stuff, and popping off every trail feature you lay eyes on. RockShox helps make sure your tires track the course with a Deluxe RT shock and Sektor fork, both XC veterans built for moving quickly. Speed becomes a natural extension of your body as you crank up the Shimano SLX 1x11-speed drivetrain, which features an 11-46T cassette for impressive climbing prowess while maintaining a fast top-end. Maxxis DHR II tires keep you glued to the trail with race-winning traction, and Shimano hydraulic brakes give you peace of mind that braking is under control so you can focus on carrying speed all the way to the finish line.
Norco Revolver FS 2
$5,199.00 - $5,299.00
The Revolver FS 2 is a featherweight full-suspension cross-country carbon race weapon forged with Norco's gravity-fueled pedigree for downhill agility. Explosive acceleration is optimized with a suspension system designed specifically for the terrain encountered in XC racing, providing a stable platform for mashing hard out of the saddle. Combined with the athletic shock-absorbing characteristics of the RockShox SID RL fork and Monarch RL shock, the Revolver maintains traction over rough terrain with a magnetic feel. Forward motion is provided through a high-performing yet value conscious SRAM GX Eagle 12-speed drivetrain while SRAM maintains speed control with the satisfying stroke of Level TL brakes. The DT Swiss M1900 Spline wheelset spins fast and strong thanks to straight-pull spokes and lightweight aluminum construction. Cockpit components include a Norco DB Lite flat bar and alloy stem, Norco Lock On grips, and an SDG Duster RL saddle to complete a race-ready package that goes toe-to-toe with any big gun in town.
Norco Optic C7.3
$4,999.99
Norco's Optic Carbon 7.3: an eye-opening perspective on trail bike capability. Buff singletrack? A forest of off-camber roots? Punchy climbs and rocky descents? Yes, yes, and yes; all things are possible with 120mm of dialed A.R.T. suspension powered by a Fox DPS shock and a RockShox Revelation fork. 27.5-inch wheels and a pair of super tacky Schwalbe tires let you tackle your favorite loop in ways you never thought possible. The SRAM GX1 drivetrain offers 1 x 11-speed efficiency in a wide 10-42 gear range. And let's not forget the rest of the bike: an SDG Circuit saddle and Norco lock-on grips, handlebar, and stem keep those contact points happy; powerful Magura disc brakes are there when you need to reign in the fun; and a KS E-Ten dropper post lets you rail your favorite descents!
Cannondale Scalpel-Si 5
$3,899.99
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.
Rocky Mountain Instinct 930 MSL
$4,099.99
When you're riding the Rocky Mountain Instinct, blasting through sinewy singletrack and negotiating techy rock gardens almost comes naturally. Built with versatility in mind for all-day adventure, the carbon-framed Instinct 930 MSL features a Fox 34 Float 140mm fork and Float DPS EVOL Performance 130mm rear shock for tackling any obstacle on your journey into the backcountry. And, with Rocky Mountain's unique Ride-9 suspension adjustment system, you can dial in the geometry and feel to suit the expected terrain. Race Face Aeffect Cinch cranks paired to a Shimano SLX 1x11 drivetrain give you efficient gearing options on steep climbs, and stout Shimano hydraulic disc brakes let you charge with confident control on the way down. The 29-inch Sun Helix rims and beefy Maxxis DHR II rubber combo lets you get loose without worry, and a mix of WTB and Rocky Mountain components round out the cockpit for solid trail performance.
Rocky Mountain Element Alloy 50
$4,199.00
Born to lead the way to the podium, the Element 50 features dialed suspension performance, refined geometry, and Ride-9 adjustability to create an ultra-efficient and tunable XC race machine. Fox handles suspension damping with a 34 Float Performance 120mm fork and Float DPS Performance Elite 100mm shock to maintain positive trail contact, while the fast-rolling Maxxis Forekaster tires put the grip down when you need it most. And, thanks to Shimano's sure-stopping SLX brakes, you'll stay ahead of the pack with precise cornering control. Power delivery is provided by Shimano's legendary XT group with crisp shifting from the 1x11 drivetrain. Race Face crank, bottom bracket, and dropper post along with Rocky Mountain's own mix of aluminum components finish off this rowdy XC speed weapon.
Norco Optic A1
$2,939.00 - $4,199.00
Norco's Optic is all about seeing trails in a new light, so take that harder line, hit that hip, and enjoy an enhanced perspective of your favorite old trails. The Optic A1 floats over rocks and roots with Fox and RockShox driven suspension. Tubeless-ready wheels equipped with grippy Schwalbe tires are take on every berm, bump, and braided patch of roots without hesitation. The 1 x 11-speed Shimano XT drivetrain is fast, light, and incredibly reliable. Before you drop in to the next chunky descent, go ahead and lower the JD TransX dropper post so you stay low and controlled. And if the gnar starts to get the best of you, rely on Shimano Deore hydraulic brakes to provide positive, modulated stopping power no matter the trail. The Optic A1 is polished off with Norco cockpit components, lock-on grips, and an SDG saddle, sure-fire accessories that'll keep you pinning it all day long.
GT Helion Carbon Pro
$4,749.99 $7,590.00 37% Off
Whether you're looking to add some new trophies to your shelf, or blast local trails with your riding buddies, GT's Helion Carbon Pro sports the acceleration and handling required to ensure every day on the trail is a winner. GT's light and nimble carbon frame soaks up trail obstacles with Fox-powered front and rear suspension, while GT's XC-oriented geometry places s heavy emphasis on speed, efficiency, and agility. The whole thing rolls on Stan's tubeless-ready Crest rims, 350 hubs from DT Swiss, and grippy 27.5-inch Maxxis tires that keep you pinned in the corners. Meanwhile, a light and fast 1 x 10-speed Shimano XT drivetrain graces the Helion Carbon Pro, with a Race Face Turbine crankset to transfer your torque to the trails. And, powerful Shimano XT hydraulic discs mean you can brake later and corner faster, all with impeccable control. The rest of the Pro is equally high-tech with Race Face's Turbine 35 bar, stem, and seatpost, and a Fizik Tundra saddle.
Cannondale Jekyll Carbon 3
$4,050.00 $5,399.99 25% Off
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 Moterra SE
$8,000.00
A longer travel fork and burlier spec make this SE version of the Moterra even more fun on rowdy terrain. This trail-ready e-bike rolls on WTB i29 rims wrapped in shred-ready 27.5 x 2.85-inch Onza skinwall knobbies — all tubeless ready. This combination delivers incredible traction with high-wheeling rollover, making short work of clearing obstacles. Now, that in itself is enough to elevate your riding, but Moterra SE combines that trail-grabbing technology with a Bosch Performance pedal assist system. This carefully balanced, beautifully integrated e-bike system lets you fly up hills, power through technical sections, and get to more terrain than ever before. All this is built on a geniously-designed Fox-damped frame that is mated to a Float 34 fork to offer 140mm of travel in the front and 130mm in the rear, taking the bite out of rocky stretches and helping those tires track terrain like a bloodhound. SRAM's e-bike-specific EX-1 wide-range 8-speed drivetrain makes sure you have the gears you need to efficiently tackle any trail, and Guide RE hydraulic brakes modulate your speed with smooth actuation and huge power. So, what are you waiting for? The next step is here, and is yours for the taking.
GT Verb Elite
$1,729.99
The Verb is the perfect suspension bike for a rider that is having to make a decision between a hardtail and full suspension bike due to price. We all know that full suspension bikes are fun, but they also provide more traction and help boost confidence, especially for the beginner to intermediate rider. The Verb has a modified Independent Drivetrain system that gives you class-leading technology at a very affordable price. Up front, a Suntour fork serves up 120mm of trail-eating travel, while an All Terra AO-42 AR air shock soaks up the rough stuff in the rear. 1x10 Shimano-controlled gearing gives you a big gear range with simplicity and low weight, the perfect combo for dominating any trail you encounter. Shimano also provided the stopping power, with hydraulic disc brakes that you can count on when the trail gets steep. With the Verb Elite, there's no excuse for missing another great trail day.
Norco Range C3
$5,299.00
The Range Carbon is the ideal Enduro bike, purpose-built to rip downhill with category-bending capability. Available in 27.5" and 29" models, the Range Carbon features modern Enduro suspension performance and geometry optimized for each wheel size. It climbs efficiently but unleashes its full potential when pointed downhill - delivering confidence-inspiring stability and control for serious speed over technical terrain. Race an Enduro, shred gnarly single-track with friends, or skip the pedaling and do a few laps of the bike park - the Range Carbon is the ultimate accomplice.
Norco Torrent 1 FS
$3,999.00
The Torrent FS is designed with aggressive all-mountain geometry, 130mm A.R.T. suspension, and trail-taming 2.8-inch wide tires, the Torrent devours everything in its path. Conquer gnarly root sections, float over rock gardens, and claw up steep, loose technical climbs with ease thanks to the capable DVO Diamond fork and Topaz T3 shock. And SRAM's GX1 shifting components paired to SRAM Guide R hydraulic disc brakes ensure no hill's too steep to conquer. Fun and aggressive with traction in spades, the Torrent FS takes all-mountain riding to a whole new level.
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