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KHS DH 650 Team
$6,399.00
The KHS DH 650 Team is built for the rowdiest tracks with 8.3-inches of rear travel controlled by a Fox Float DHX2 Factory shock and a Fox 40 Float Factory fork. 27.5-inch tubeless-ready WTB KOM rims are wrapped in Maxxis Minon DHF/DHR rubber and connected to Shimano Saint brakes with 203mm rotors for pinpoint stopping power. A Shimano Saint close-ratio 1x10 drivetrain keeps you on the gas, while an included Saint chain guide means you can go all out without worrying about a dropped chain. A burly 35mm diameter Kore Torsion bar and direct-mount stem give you immediate and precise steering control, providing you the right set of tools to accomplish the task at hand.
KHS SixFifty 6700
$5,769.00
Ride the trail with precision, confidence, and speed on KHS's SixFifty 6700. Its stiff, lightweight MSD/MLS full carbon frame is equipped with 150mm of travel engineered with a Fox Factory Float DPS shock out back and a Fox Factory 34 Float fork soaking up another 150mm of terrain in front. It rolls on a formidable 27.5-inch DT M1700 Spline wheelset that delivers lightweight all-trail dominance while it lives up to the impressive dirt-hugging precedent set by its counterpart: a pair of tenacious Maxxis High Roller II tires. You’ll get up to speed and stay there with the streamlined SRAM XO1 11-speed drivetrain, and when it's time to head downhill with control, SRAM Guide hydraulic disc brakes deliver reliable stopping power. The KS dropper post ensures your saddle is exactly where you need it all the time, and the WTB and Q2 components add to the high-quality build of this trail conquering machine.
KHS SixFifty Team
$5,399.00
Astride KHS’s SixFifty Team, the odds of your next cross country win jump straight to “highly probable.” The High Modulus T800 Carbon frame is a direct conduit between you and the course, intimately translating your input and the trail’s feedback for an intense discussion about victory. Fox’s Factory 32 Float fork mediates the conversation by providing intuitive true-tracking terrain management up front, while the super-light 27.5-inch DT-Swiss XR 1501 Spline wheelset accelerates effortlessly with the strength and stiffness to deftly drive the Maxxis Ikon tires deep into corners and rabbit out the other side. A top-tier SRAM XX1 drivetrain elegantly provides all-out race power management making your gear selections feel automatic and seamless at high speeds. And, should you need to check that speed coming into a switchback, SRAM Guide RSC brakes deliver precisely modulated braking power. You are the fuel; now simply climb aboard the SixFifty Team to add fire.
KHS Team 29
$5,299.00
You’ll find KHS’s Team 29 bolting off the start line toward the far off finish, leaving everything else in hindsight. An MSD carbon frame provides a stable, lightweight platform for aggressive climbing and technical prowess while an intuitive Fox 32 Float Factory fork effortlessly smooths technical terrain, keeping you nailed to your line all race long. The DT Swiss XR 1501 Spline wheelset delivers high strength and low rotating mass for confident descents and instant acceleration, speaking to the course through speed-frenzied Maxxis Ikon tires. SRAM’s incredible XX1 drivetrain sends your power to the rear wheel with seamless shifting and elegantly engineered efficiency, and the Guide RSC brakes dial in your speed from imperceptible scrub to full-G velocity-cease. If you find enlightenment in achievement beyond perceived limitations, the Team 29 may be your trailmate.
KHS DH 650 Pro
$4,999.00
When the stakes are high there's no time for compromising — that's why you can count on KHS' DH 650 Pro to see you through the finish. The DH 650 is built for the rowdiest tracks with 8.3-inches of rear travel controlled by a Fox Float X2 Air shock, and a Fox 40 Float Performance Elite fork eats root and rocks with brawny composure. 27.5-inch tubeless-ready WTB rims are wrapped in Maxxis Minon DHF/DHR rubber and connected to Shimano Zee brakes with 203mm rotors for infallible stopping control. A Shimano Zee 1x10 drivetrain provides plenty of gearing for both DH and freeriding, while an included MRP G3 chain guide means you can go all out without worrying about a dropped chain. A burly 35mm diameter Kore OCD bar and Torsion direct-mount stem give you immediate and precise steering control, providing you the right set of tools to accomplish the task at hand.
KHS DH 650 Pro
$4,669.00
Hold freaky-fast dominion over the mountain on KHS’s DH 650 Pro. With its unwavering KHS 650B FSS Alloy frame stroking a RockShox Kage RC out back, and a confidence-gushing RockShox BoXXer Team fork, your run from the top of the mountain to the bottom will be as short and indescribable as your last relationship. A sturdy set of WTB STP i25 rims helps the Maxxis Minion DH tires stay round as they roll over, carve, and drop their way down the mountain. When gravity isn’t throwing you hard enough down the trail, Shimano’s Zee 10-speed drivetrain lets you engage the afterburner to stoke your flow while a matching pair of Zee brakes arrest your freefall when you approach terminal velocity.
KHS Team 29 FS
$4,599.00
The KHS Team 29 FS puts you one step closer to the podium thanks to a light and stiff MSD carbon frame featuring 100mm of rear travel paired with a 100mm Fox Float 32 SC fork. DT Swiss 29-inch wheels back the frame's responsiveness with great rollover capability and acceleration, while Shimano hydraulic disc brakes offer precise control through the corners. Shimano's legendary XT 1x11 drivetrain keeps you on the gas with quick and smooth shifting. This race-ready build is topped with a Q2 carbon seatpost, Wren carbon handlebar, and a WTB SL8 Pro saddle.
KHS Team 29
$4,369.00
You’ll find KHS’s Team 29 bolting off the start line toward the far off finish, leaving everything else in hindsight. An MSD carbon frame provides a stable, lightweight platform for aggressive climbing and technical prowess while an intuitive RockShox SID RLC fork effortlessly smooths technical terrain, keeping you nailed to your line all race long. The DT X1900 Spline wheelset delivers high strength and low rotating mass for confident descents and instant acceleration, speaking to the course through speed-frenzied Maxxis Ikon tires. SRAM’s incredible Eagle XO 1 x 12 drivetrain sends your power to the rear wheel with seamless shifting and elegantly engineered efficiency, and the SRAM Level TL hydraulic disc brakes dial in your speed from imperceptible scrub to full-G velocity-cease. High quality details like a WTB saddle, Q2 carbon seatpost, and FSA cockpit components provide the finishing touches on this race-ready ride. If you find enlightenment in achievement beyond perceived limitations, the Team 29 may be your trailmate.
Jamis Defcon 1
$4,299.00
This is where the 27.5” wheel size really shines: on a 160mm travel all-mountain enduro machine that utilizes Jamis' proven mp4 suspension for pedaling efficiency, with modern geometry and top-level suspension to tackle bigger hits and aggressive descents at higher speeds. This progressive suspension design delivers plush rear wheel traction while still resisting bottom out. Rear thru-axles, short chainstays and a roomy front-center provide stiffness, quick cornering and playful handling. If you want to do it all and fast, this is the bike.
KHS SixFifty 6600
$4,299.00
Trail-blasting and envy-inspiring are just a few of the things you could say to describe KHS's SixFifty 6600. Its stiff and lightweight MSD/MLS full carbon frame is equipped with 150mm of travel engineered with a RockShox Monarch RT3 shock out back and a RockShox Pike RCT3 soaking up another 150mm of terrain in front. It rolls on double-wall, 27.5-inch WTB STP-i25 rims that deliver lightweight all-trail dominance while an impressive, dirt-hugging precedent is set by a pair of tenacious Maxxis High Roller II tires. You’ll get up to speed and stay there with the streamlined SRAM GX1 11-speed drivetrain, and when it's time to hit the brakes, Shimano hydraulics deliver reliable stopping power. The KS dropper post ensures your saddle is exactly where you need it all the time, and the WTB and Kore components add to the high-quality build of this trail conquering machine.
Jamis Durango A1
$4,100.00
These may be the most affordable 29’ers in Jamis’ stable, but there’s nothing entry-level about the performance of these bikes. They took all-new frame styling and married it to the proven Dakota geometry, then added a suspension fork, 29-inch wheels, a 24-speed drivetrain, and hydraulic disc brakes for real trail prowess. Best-in-class performance and big hoops don’t have to mean big bucks, and the Durango proves it.
Jamis Portal A1+
$3,999.00
Jamis hit the sweet spot with the Portal. With 130mm of front and rear travel, it offers enough suspension to take on any trail you have the guts to try, but is still svelte and nimble enough to pedal anywhere on the map. The 3VO suspension designed by Chris Currie of Speedgoat nails the bullseye of suspension kinematics: active and stable under pedaling and hard braking but sensitive to small bumps and ready for big, square-edged hits. Fox expertly controls that rear travel, as well as handling suspension duties up front with a Float DPS shock and Rhythm 34 fork, respectively. Portal A1+ grips terrain aggressively with meaty 27.5x2.8-inch Vittoria tires and comes with Shimano’s exemplary XT 1x11 drivetrain, so you’ll have a broad range of gears at your fingertips, perfect for aiming at a mountain and pressing “Play.” Bringing the Portal safely back to low orbit takes nothing but a gentle squeeze of the Magura Trail Sport hydraulic brake levers, delivering the power and confidence to master the trail. And, a KS dropper post ensures your body is in the right position for the task at hand, whether you’re grinding up the thirty-third switchback in a row or shredding down a buffed park jump line.
KHS SixFifty 6600+
$3,999.00
You get one bike to rule them all with the trail-taming SixFifty 6600. It features a full carbon frame with internal cable routing, 150mm of plush Fox Float rear suspension, and a responsive and stiff 160mm Fox Float 36 fork to tackle everything from big-mountain enduro to rowdy backcountry exploration. Tubeless-ready WTB Scraper i35 rims paired with Maxxis Rekon 27.5 x 2.8-inch tires deliver striking traction across a variety of terrain, and Shimano hydraulic disc brakes put loads of power in your fingertips for precise control on technical descents. A 1 x 11 drivetrain with Shimano SLX shifting employs a wide gear range in a compact package with tenacious chain retention so you don't have to worry about dropping a chain in the rough stuff, and a Kind Shock E30i dropper post puts you in the best stance for speed with a quick flip of the handlebar-mounted lever.
KHS Prescott
$3,899.00
Take to the trails and revel in the big-wheel bliss of KHS's Prescott. This racy carbon 29er steed boasts the efficient ride of a 4-bar linkage and 100mm of RockShox suspension front and rear to maximize your traction and control. A 2x10 drivetrain from Shimano keeps you in the right gear on any terrain and fast-rolling American Classic wheels with WTB tires scamper up the steepest climbs and track confidently through corners. Of course, you'll need powerful brakes, so Shimano provides their sleek SLX discs to keep your speed in check and TruVativ keeps the bar and stem light and strong.
KHS SixFifty 7500
$3,579.00
When the reason to pedal uphill is to find the sweetest line back down, KHS's SixFifty 7500 is your go-to whip. The custom formed/double butted aluminum frame delivers 160mm of travel engineered with a RockShox Monarch RT3 shock out back and a RockShox Pike RCT3 soaking up another 160mm of terrain in front. A chunder-floating platform like this makes proper use of its double-wall, WTB STP i25 rims mated with dirt-loving Maxxis High Roller II tires, so you can send it and know you'll hook up with ease. A streamlined SRAM GX 11-speed drivetrain makes sure you have the gear you need to get to the top and lets you gas it on the way down, just in case gravity isn’t strong enough for you. The KS dropper post ensures your saddle is exactly where you need it all the time, and the workhorse SRAM Level hydraulic disc brakes will get you prepped for the off-cambers when you’re coming in hot.
KHS Sixfifty 7500
$3,499.00
The SixFifty 7500 features a double-butted alloy frame with 160mm of travel for steamrolling rock gardens and getting rad in the bike park. Front and rear suspension are controlled by a Fox Float 36 fork and Fox Float DPS shock, and a 27.5-inch WTB tubeless-ready wheelset paired to meaty Maxxis High Roller II tires let you carve through the loose and chunky with confidence. Shimano's SLX 11-speed drivetrain shifts smoothly to keep you in the flow, and you can count on Shimano hydraulic disc brakes to put down ample stopping power when you need it most. An oversize Kore handlebar and stem combo, Kind Shock Lev DX Integra dropper post, and WTB High Tail saddle top this build.
KHS Prescott
$3,449.00
The Prescott's full carbon frame encourages quick cross-country rides that keep you ahead of the pack. With 100mm of front and rear travel controlled by an X-Fusion O2 Pro shock and Fox Float 32 Evol fork, you can count on predictable bump absorption so you can focus on the trail ahead. Prescott rolls on tubeless-ready WTB rims and 29 x 2.2-inch Maxxis Ikon tires and is powered by a wide-range 1 x 11 drivetrain for lightweight pedaling efficiency. Shimano hydraulic disc brakes keep you in control with minimal effort, and a Kore XCD bar and stem combo paired to a Q2 carbon seatpost finish the build.
Look 979 - XT
$3,399.99
Look's 979 is a cross-country speed machine that's designed from the ground up to be fast, comfortable, and efficient. Its ultra-stiff, high-modulus monobloc carbon frame keeps weight to an absolute minimum, making it easy to power up and over technical terrain. Rockshox supplies their XC-focused Reba RL fork to maximize your speed up and down the mountain. 29-inch American Classic aluminum wheels are fast, stable, and wrapped in Continental Race King tires to keep things hooked up as you tear through the turns. Meanwhile, a screaming fast Shimano XT drivetrain gets you up the hills with Shimano's trademark fluidity. And Magura MT2 Next hydraulic discs keep the fun under control. Also, a Selle Italia saddle and FSA V-Drive handlebar keep your contact points dialed so you can rally all day.
KHS Saguaro
$3,099.00
KHS’s Saguaro is a pack-passing speed freak with XC trophies on the brain. An MSD carbon frame puts power-transferring strength where you need it and shaves weight where you don’t, while a Fox fork offers a plush ride through the chunder then firms up for tenacious climbing at the flick of a switch. The dirt-loving SRAM 11-speed drivetrain gives you the streamlined gearing advantage to make short work of those climbs and rapidly gear up when the terrain levels out, and SRAM hydraulic disc brakes ensure you can ride the blurred hairline between control and chaos. The evertrue WTB STP i19 rims provide scary-light strength with double-butted spokes and tubeless-ready bead seat, harmoniously paired with the fast and fierce Maxxis Ikon tires destined to roll across the line well ahead of the competition. Let them eat dust.
KHS Saguaro
$3,099.00
You know nothing compares to the instant go-fast response of a hardtail. So does KHS, and their Saguaro is proof positive. This full-carbon beauty sports a 100mm-travel Reba fork up front. Combine that with the 29-inch Stan's Rapid wheels and the tuned frame geometry, and you've got a versatile bike that tames backcountry trails and is fully capable of racing, and more importantly, winning. No matter where you ride, SRAM's 2x10 gearing fires off the shifts and powers you along quickly. Look closely and you'll spot key details that set the Saguaro apart, like SRAM's Guide discs, a carbon seatpost, and an X9 rear derailleur. Nice.
KHS SixFifty 800
$3,099.00
Snag the KOM up the hill and charge the descent on KHS' SixFifty 800. Its carbon monocoque frame reacts instantly to your every input, directly transferring energy to your rear wheel via SRAM’s svelte GX 1 x 11-speed drivetrain, while SRAM Guide R brakes offer smooth modulation in all conditions. A Fox 32 FLoat Performance fork shuts up the chatter so you stay in efficient control. Meanwhile, WTB 27.5-inch STP i19 rims wrapped in tenacious, race-hungry Maxxis Ikon tires spin up in an instant and dive into the corners like a pro. And, the 800’s ensemble is rounded out nicely with a high-end Kore XCD handlebar and stem with a WTB Volt Comp saddle aloft a Q2 carbon seatpost.
KHS SixFifty 6500
$3,049.00
You don’t like limits and neither does KHS’s SixFifty 6500. That’s why it puts you on 140mm of front and rear travel masterfully orchestrated by a custom formed and butted aluminum frame stroking a RockShox Monarch RT3 HV shock out back and a RockShox Sektor Gold RL fork up front. It rolls on formidable 27.5-inch WTB i23 rims that deliver lightweight all-trail dominance while living up to the impressive dirt-carving precedent set by their counterpart: a pair of tenacious Maxxis High Roller II tires. You’ll get up to speed and stay there with your go-juice flowing through a wide-range, slick-as-snot SRAM GX 1 x 11-speed drivetrain, but always have the option to stop as soon as you grab a hydraulic handful of Shimano's M506 brakes. So step onto the SixFifty 6500 and leave your old limits in a tasty cloud of dust.
Surly Big Fat Dummy
$3,025.00
The Big Fat Dummy is a long tail cargo bike that took a few too many doses of growth hormones. At first glance, you might say that Surly just put bigger tires on a Big Dummy. But if you said that, you'd actually be very wrong so just… don't. Think of Big Fat Dummy as more of a second or third cousin to Big Dummy rather than a brother. They share some of the same DNA and look sort of similar, but they're two very different bikes and really only interact when they both reach for the potato salad spoon at that family reunion that no one really wants to be at anyway. Now that that's out of the way, let's get down to the nitty gritty of what makes this hulking beast of a bike tick. Surly's goal with designing a cargo bike around fat tires was to create the most stable, stiff, and traction-laden ride possible while hauling a ton of stuff. Big Fat Dummy has a longer toptube and slacker headtube than its more svelt cousin giving it a nice, predictable, and stable ride. They also used thinner, lighter tubing to construct its cargo area so while it's an overall burlier bike, there's not much difference in weight. Big Fat Dummy accepts either 10mm or 12mm axles in the rear with a spacing of 190/197mm. That big ol' spacing equates to one thing: tire clearance for days. Big Fat Dummy maxes out at a massive 26 x 5.25" tire.* While that large of a tire provides the most traction and stability a bike can possibly offer, it's also a lot of rubber to push and might not be for everybody. Luckily, Big Fat Dummy is also a blast to ride with 3" tires too. It uses the same 100mm suspension-corrected fork as the Wednesday, meaning if you want to add a little squishy squishy to your ride, you can throw a Bluto on and let ‘er rip. If you intend to carry a passenger on your Big Fat Dummy, Surly requires use of their Dummy Rail Collars. These provide a secondary retention system for the rack, as well as stiffen the rack system. In addition, a stoker handlebar set up, found on tandem bicycles, is recommended as well. Make sure to check with seat post manufacturer for stoker handlebar compatibility. All Big Fat Dummy framesets and bikes ship with a Dummy deck, rails, bags, and the aforementioned Dummy Rail Collars so you can immediately start hauling cargo — human or otherwise. Big Fat Dummy is ready and willing to carry all sorts of crap — literally. It's already in use on an organic farm in Ecuador so it's likely that it's hauled some form of manure by now. *Using a 26 x 5.25" tire will cause some drivetrain limitations.
Look 977 - NX1
$2,999.99
The 979 and 977 MTB models — made with LOOK carbon technology — you'll discover the pleasure of riding off the beaten track! The 977, with its 27.5" wheels is recommended for short to average-height mountain bikers. It is very responsive when accelerating and has great handling. The RockShox Reba fork smooths out the trail, so you can go faster with less fatigue. A SRAM NX 11-speed drivetrain gets you up steep hills quickly and efficiently, while SRAM's Level T hydraulic brakes ensure you have the control you need on the way back down.
Jamis Portal A2
$2,999.00
Jamis hit the sweet spot with the Portal. With 130mm of front and rear travel, it offers enough suspension to take on any trail you have the guts to try, but is still svelte and nimble enough to pedal anywhere on the map. The 3VO suspension designed by Chris Currie of Speedgoat nails the bullseye of suspension kinematics: active and stable under pedaling and hard braking but sensitive to small bumps and ready for big, square-edged hits. RockShox deftly controls that rear travel, as well as handling suspension duties up front with a Deluxe R shock and Revelation RC fork, respectively. Portal A2 rolls fast and confidently on 29-inch Vittoria tires and comes with Shimano’s SLX 1x11 drivetrain, so you’ll have a broad range of gears at your fingertips, perfect for aiming at a mountain and pressing “Play.” Bringing the Portal safely back to low orbit takes nothing but a gentle squeeze of the Shimano MT500 hydraulic brake levers, delivering the power and confidence to master the trail. And, a KS dropper post ensures your body is in the right position for the task at hand, whether you’re grinding up the thirty-third switchback in a row or shredding down a buffed park jump line.
KHS 4 Season 5000
$2,999.00
Wherever and whenever you want to ride a bike, KHS's 5000 is as ready as you are. The heart of this wide, track-laying beast is the high-modulus MSD carbon frame that's light, gorgeous, and pairs beautifully with its carbon fork, letting you dive into corners as the nearly 5-inch wide Vee tires float over and grab snow, mud, and even hardpack. That ability comes in handy when the wide-range SRAM X7/X9 drivetrain gets you up to speed and keeps you there even when conditions get fluffy. Always reliable Hayes Prime Sport hydraulic disc brakes help keep you from disappearing into a snowdrift forever. When the snow starts flying and the wind is chilly, don some wool and bear-hug the fat.
Wilier Triestina Jaroon Plus Rival
$2,899.00
The Jaroon Plus is the new high-end steel frame dedicated to the touring and bikepacking world. As in the Jaroon model, the Jaroon Plus is welded with a special technique that hides all welding material inside, making the frame appear clean, and the seams flawless. What’s unique about the Jaroon Plus is the 29 plus wheel sizing, 29-inch diameter with a width coverage of 3-inches. It is a sort of MTB that, thanks to the 16 degree flared out racing handlebar, becomes a hybrid born for adventure. SRAM's Apex 1 x 11-speed drivetrain easily shifts through a wide range of gears, while the SRAM Rival hydraulic disc brakes gives you the power to stop in all conditions. Technologically speaking, the frame has a rear through axle, differentiated diameter head tube, 27.2mm diameter seat-post for greater comfort, disc brake system and monocoque all-carbon fork with through axle. For maximum versatility, the frame has been designed to mount mudguards and rear rack.
KHS SixFifty 700
$2,699.00
Bite off a little more and chew it up with expert ease on KHS' SixFifty 700. Its carbon monocoque frame reacts instantly to your every input, directly transferring energy to your rear wheel via SRAM’s versatile GX 2 x 11-speed drivetrain. Up front, a Manitou Marvel Expert fork shuts up the chatter so you stay in efficient control all day long. Meanwhile, WTB rolls you out fast on 27.5-inch STP i19 rims wrapped in tenacious Maxxis Ardent Race tires so you can spin up in an instant and dive into the corners like a pro. The 700’s ensemble is rounded out nicely with a high-end Kore XCD handlebar and stem with a WTB Volt Comp saddle aloft a Q2 carbon seatpost.
KHS Tucson
$2,699.00
Laugh your way through roots, rocks, and ruts on KHS's Tucson. This trail-ready rig gives you a light and acceleration-hungry MSD carbon frame and the amazing ride quality of big 29er wheels. Manitou's Marvel Expert fork has you covered with 100mm of travel to keep your front tire going where you point it. The never-quit WTB STP i19 rims wrapped with Maxxis tires keep you carving tight curves and are driven by a trail-bred SRAM GX 2 x 11-speed drivetrain with a gear range that'll take you wherever your sense of adventure wants to go. Plus, the powerful Shimano hydraulic brakes give you the speed-checking control and confidence to push your limit just a little further.
KHS Flagstaff
$2,629.00
When you're planning your next epic weekend with your buddies, be sure to include KHS's Flagstaff in those plans. Its lightweight and stiff MSD Carbon frame employs an X-Fusion Pro RL shock teamed up with an X-Fusion Slide RL2 fork to deliver 100mm of rock and root absorbing suspension front and rear. The high-stepping, 29-inch WTB STP i19 rims rip around on Maxxis Ikon tires that keep you locked onto the trail while rolling over obstacles like they aren’t even there. Crank up the SRAM X5/GX 2 x 10-speed drivetrain for pedaling efficiency in all types of terrain and super-fast shifting action. And, when the trail gets vertical, you can rely on powerful, all-weather hydraulic disc brakes to dial it in and keep you rolling rubber side up. Quality components like a WTB saddle and Q2 seatpost round out this trail shredding machine.
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