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Cannondale Trail Women's 8
$600.00
Level Up A mountain bike built to raise your game and ignite a passion for the trail. Designed for the mountains and ready for anything. Where it thrives Low-impact trails, gravel roads, leisurely ride What it's built for handling & durability Highlights - Light and durable SmartForm C3 Alloy frame - SR Suntour M3030 suspension fork, 75mm travel. - 7-speed drivetrain with double chainring cranks/ Tektro mechanical disc brakes SmartForm C3 Alloy Simple yet sophisticated aluminum construction yields a light, lively frame that outperforms anything in its class SAVE Micro-suspension Delivers a smoother, more controlled ride thanks to strategically engineered flex zones built into the frame's rear triangle Slack and Stable A slack 68 degree head angle creates exceptionally stable handling so that you can charge the descents with confidence Right-Sized Wheels The smaller sizes of Trail roll on 27.5"" wheels, while the larger sizes come with 29"" wheels to deliver the best blend of fit, fast and fun for every rider StraightShot Internal Cable Routing For an integrated look and easy maintenance, the shift and dropper post cables route cleanly through the StraightShot window in the down tube, while the rear brake line is secured outside the frame
BMC Twostroke AL ONE
$2,000.00
Whether it's tearing around an XCO track or setting your personal best up a local hill, the Twostroke has you covered. RADICAL GEOMETRY - A 67° head angle, long front-end, and 75° seat angle to attack steep and loose terrain with the perfect weight distribution. INTERNAL CABLE ROUTING - Fully guided internal cable routing for easy installation and a clean look. INTEGRATED PROTECTION - Molded covers on the chainstay, an integrated chain suck plate, and helicopter tape on the downtube ensure durability and a sleek design. WIDE TIRE CLEARANCE - Fully compatible with the new generation of wide XC tires.
Cannondale Trail SE 4
$1,150.00
Level Up. A mountain bike built to raise your game and ignite a passion for the trail. Designed for the mountains and ready for anything. Highlights - Premium SmartForm C2 Alloy frame / SR Suntour XCR 120mm fork with lockout - Shimano Deore 10-speed shifting - Shimano MT200 hydraulic disc brakes Where it thrives - Low-impact trails, gravel roads, leisurely ride What it's built for - Handling, durability
Cannondale Trail 5
$950.00
Level Up A mountain bike built to raise your game and ignite a passion for the trail. Designed for the mountains and ready for anything Where it thrives Low-impact trails, gravel roads, leisurely ride What it's built for handling & durability Highlights - Light and durable SmartForm C3 Alloy frame - SR Suntour XCM suspension fork, 100mm travel. - MicroSHIFT Advent X 10-speed shifting / Shimano hydraulic disc brakes SmartForm C3 Alloy Simple yet sophisticated aluminum construction yields a light, lively frame that outperforms anything in its class SAVE Micro-suspension Delivers a smoother, more controlled ride thanks to strategically engineered flex zones built into the frame's rear triangle Slack and Stable A slack 68 degree head angle creates exceptionally stable handling so that you can charge the descents with confidence Right-Sized Wheels The smaller sizes of Trail roll on 27.5"" wheels, while the larger sizes come with 29"" wheels to deliver the best blend of fit, fast and fun for every rider StraightShot Internal Cable Routing For an integrated look and easy maintenance, the shift and dropper post cables route cleanly through the StraightShot window in the down tube, while the rear brake line is secured outside the frame
GT Palomar Ladies
$560.00
Bike Paths, Dirt Roads and Around the Block - 80mm Suspension fork to soak up the cul de sac pot holes - V-Brakes for affordable stopping power - Hi-ten steel frame for comfort and durability
GT Laguna
$585.00
The Laguna is a great introduction into the world of mountain biking. - 6061-T6 Aluminum Frame for a high strength-to-weight ratio - 80mm suspension fork for trail riding fun and street riding efficiency
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