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Jamis Durango A1
PUSHING THE BOUNDS OF "ENTRY LEVEL" These may be the most affordable 29'ers in our stable, but there's nothing entry-level about the performance of these bikes. We've taken all new frame styling and married it to our proven XC geometry. Best-in-class performance and big hoops doesn't have to mean big bucks, and the Durangos prove it. FRAME DESIGN DETAILS The Durango frame features a sloping top tube that optimizes stand-over clearance while at the same time adding great looks. The oversized down tube and head tube also offer plenty of strength, stiffness, and fork crown clearance. - 6061 aluminum main tubes - SR Suntour XCT 30 HLO 29", coil spring, hydraulic speed lock-out adjust, external preload adjustor - Alex TD26 29" rims, 32H, alloy disc hubs - MicroSHIFT Advent M6195M 9-speed - Sealed cartridge Bottom Bracket - Shimano MT200 hydraulic disc brakes - Jamis XC alloy handlebar and stem - Jamis ATB Sport Saddle
Jamis Faultline A1
MP2 SUSPENSION Dual suspension platforms open up a whole new world of on-trail speed and control. Faultline combines our proven MP2 design, the suspension platform that's won us numerous industry accolades, and Bike of the Year awards, with 29? wheels and a smart spec. It's the perfect rig for the experienced hardtail rider looking to upgrade to a dual suspension bike, or for a new rider looking for a bit of a head start. ASYMMETRICAL CHAINSTAYS The Faultline's chainstays are asymmetrical, with an elevated straight stay on the non-drive side and a dropped curved stay on the drive side. The drive side must be dropped & curved to clear the chainring, but running the non-drive side straight from the dropout to BB pivot reduces weight while significantly stiffening the rear triangle laterally. This design also helps improve tire clearance. - Triple-butted 6061 alloy - 120mm travel mp2 suspension - Rock Shox Deluxe Select+ RL air shock with rebound adjust & lock out - Rock Shox 35 Gold RL 29”, Solo Air, lever actuated lockout, external rebound - Stan’s No Tubes Arch D 29” tubeless rims, Shimano SLX hubs - Shimano SLX, 12-speed - Race Face Ride, 32T crank - Shimano MT401 hydraulic disc brakes
GT Stomper Ace 24
If you've got the kind of kids who just can't seem to stay clean, maybe it's time to get them pedaling through the dirt right alongside you. The 8-speed GT Stomper Ace 24 will get them venturing out on the trails and riding confidently. The LegitFit kids' sizing is based around Schwinn's proven SmartStart idea and will have them starting faster and pedaling easier, all while having more fun. It's got a suspension fork up front to tackle tough terrain and take it easy on their wrists with multiple gears and front/rear disc brakes, making it the perfect first mountain bike or a step up from a bike they outgrew!
Defender Orbit 29er Full-Suspension
$4,895.00 $5,495.00 11% Off
Defender Vector 29er Full-Suspension
Vector – "a quantity having direction as well as magnitude". A single track slayer, the Vector is designed for non-bobbing pedaling efficiency, using all your effort into propelling you and the bike forward. 120mm of front travel is mated perfectly with 105mm of rear travel in a platform that is all about modern mountain bike geometry. The slack 66-degree head tube angle enables the Vector to be more capable than standard XC machines. The 76.3-degree seat tube angle puts the rider in a neutral and balanced position to climb with more authority. The suspension is tuned to smooth out trail chatter, keeping the wheels glued to the ground, while at the same time lending the much needed mid stroke support to navigate anything the trail throws at you. The Vector is all about the combination of capable short travel and progressive geometry. Construction is at the forefront of the Vector design. Toray High Modulus Carbon Fiber 60T is used throughout the frame. HMC 60T is the strongest and lightest carbon fiber cloth being used in modern bike construction. Defender Bikes incorporates an EPS (Expandable Polystyrene System) production process to increase the rigidity and safety of the frame as well as to decrease the overall weight. The EPS system consists of laminating carbon sheets around Polystyrene forms with a perfectly smooth surface and leaving these forms inside the mold during the pressure phase of production. The Polystyrene form expands due to the increased heat and air pressure, leaving a controlled and optimized thickness of the carbon material throughout the frame. The Polystyrene form is then removed when the production process is complete. After production, all frames are tested to ensure they meet SGS safety requirements. The results are a frame that virtually eliminates structural imperfections adding to the overall quality and stiffness to the frame. The increased stiffness greatly reduces lateral flex therefore improving pedaling performance.
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