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Surly Lowside
The Surly Lowside is the bike that gets you across town for a quick rip on singletrack, then over to the bar for a night out. It’s the bike you turn to when you’re not entirely sure what the night has in store. It’s the bike to grab when you want to have just as much fun riding to the trail as you do on the trail, itself. Singlespeeding is an integral part of Surly’s DNA, and the Lowside continues the tradition, by taking a simpler approach to trail riding. - 100% Surly 4130 chromoly frame, main triangle is double-butted; 1 1/8" threadless chromoly fork - Singlespeed "specific" (derailleur hanger: yes; Trip Guides: no) - Dropper post routing - Gnot-Boost rear spacing - Front and rear thru-axles - 26 x 3" or 27.5 x 2.8" tire clearance
Trek Superfly 26
Kids' Superfly is a race-ready mountain bike inspired by Trek's super-fast adult Superfly. Quality trail components mean business, while the light, nimble frame keeps things fun. Superfly is THE bike for adventure-loving kids who are ready to meet challenging trails head on. Just don't be surprised when they pass you on the singletrack. Key Features - Race-tuned frame, inspired by Trek's super-fast adult Superfly - Frame, components, and riding position are singletrack ready - Fits right from the start, and will grow with the rider - Smooth disc brakes for capable, confident stopping
Cleary Scout 26-inch 10 Speed
The Scout 26-inch is our biggest, baddest ride. This bike twists uphill quickly and descends like water over rocks. When kids spend all day riding, they need a bike that can take some hits, while being light and compact enough that kids can carve as fast and hard as they can rev it. Happy trails!
Volume Sledgehammer 26 Klunker
$739.99 $939.99 21% Off
We haven’t been this excited on a “project bike” in years. The Sledgehammer klunker 26? bike is another one of our dreamed up bikes that we’ve always wanted for ourselves to mob around on. Combining the best of both worlds in bmx and mtb, it resembles the first beginnings of mountain bikes back in the seventies with a modern bmx style geo for mobbing anything in the path or going long comfortable distances. Frameset: Frame: Full Chromoly Geometry: 23.75? TT, 15.75? CS, 71º HT Fork: 1pc chromoly steerer tube threaded for pre-load bolt Bars: Full Chromoly 6.8” high & 33” wide Components: Stem: Volume Staple V2 Top Load Headset: Genesis Sealed Integrated Seat: Brown leather steel springer Seat Post: 27.2 6061-T6 Al w/ adusting clamp Seat Clamp: Built Into Frame Brakes: Avid BB5 mechanical disc w/ 160 rotor Brake Lever: Avid FR5 mechanical Brake Cable: Avid Shifter: Sram X5 Exact Actuation Trigger 10-spd Derailleur: Sram Exact Actuation X5 10-spd mid cage Grips: VLM Flangeless w/VLM Bar Plugs Drivetrain: Cranks: Genesis 48 splined spindle, 3pc tubular chromoly, 175mm Chainring: Alloy Narrow-Wide 32t Bottom Bracket: Sealed Mid 19mm Pedals: Bear trap style 2-pc alloy body w/ cage Wheels: Rims: 32h, Single Walled front, Double Walled Rear Front Hub: Sealed 32h w/ allan skewers Rear Hub: Shimano Sealed 32h w/ allan skewers Cassette: Sram PG-1030 11-36t Tires: Maxxis, Holy Roller 26x 2.4” (Front & Rear) Chain: KMC X10
Salsa Beargrease X5 2x10
Beargrease does a lot of things well, but it does speed best. Lightweight, agile, and elegant, with all excesses removed, Beargrease will happily dispel the myth that fatbikes are slow. Fly through summer singletrack or blast out winter powder laps. Beargrease is your best bet for getting from point A to point B fast, all year, over whatever terrain stands between. With 4.0-inch wide 45NRTH Husker Du tires on 80mm Surly MOBD rims, and the burly Salsa Makwa aluminum fork, the Beargrease takes direction with undeviating response. A 20-speed SRAM X5 drivetrain lets you claw up the steepest pitches, and Hayes MX Comp mechanical disc brakes paired with the giant contact patch of fat tires creates surprising stopping power so you can maintain better control into turns and down techy descents. And, when a fatbike like this tips the scales at just over 31 pounds, the word "plow" is replaces with "float," and thoughts of blasting through fresh powder and monster-trucking through wild alpine singletrack will be running through your head.
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