Top Mountain Bikes
The Heller Barghest: This beautiful bike has a full carbon construction with a 140mm fork travel and a 130mm rear shock. It’s 27.5 plus wheel and tire size is great for traction. The bike also has internal cable routing and an internally routed dropper post, as well as tubeless ready rims and tires.
The Ibis Mojo HD4 XX1 Eagle: This bike is the fourth generation in the Mojo series. This championship winning enduro bike has a dw-link suspension design and 160-170mm forks for front travel. The continuous linkage design is great for increasing stiffens within the lower and upper links. The bike’s ‘piggyback’ style shocks are great and the company, Ibis, has an upgrade shock for those who want a higher degree of tunability.
The Kona Process 153 CR/ DL 27.5: This bike has a carbon Process 153, SRAM X01 Eagle drivetrain and Guide RSC brakes, a RockShox Lyric RCT3 fork and RCT shock, as well as the tubeless ready 3C Maxxis Minions tires.
The Specialized Epic Comp Carbon: This Specialized bike has a FACT carbon frame, 100mm of travel, and Magura MTS disc brakes. It’s Shimano XT Shadow long cage and 10-speed rear derailleur is simultaneously tough and lightweight. The bike’s custom SRAM S-1250 10-speed XC double crankset 29er-specific gearing and PF30 bearings are great. The front tires have dual-compound rubber, making them amazing for traction, speed, and weight.
The Pivot Mach 5.5 Race XT 1X: This bike is an updated version of the Mach 5.7 Carbon. This bike has a new mid-travel link design and a carbon structure which has a hollow core. The bike weighs a mere 27 pounds. The bike’s saddle is made of memory foam and the DT wheels included 36-tooth Star Ratchet hubs.
The Marin Wolf Ridge Pro: This bike has a Nalid R3ACT - 2 Play suspension system which is truly one of a kind. This system is a mono-stay swingarm that telescopes on an aluminum stanchion, thus, improving the bike’s suspension travel and gear range. The bike also has ground tracing, biometric geometry, and forward propulsion.