With a lightweight aluminum frame and comfortable upright riding position, Raleigh's Eva 2 urges you to get out and ride. Add capable 27.5-inch tires that can handle everything from pavement to dirt and a suspension fork to smooth the bumps, and you have one fun and versatile bike! Raleigh's plush mountain saddle and grips help you feel fresh on longer rides, too, enabling you to extend your rides for greater exploration. Eva 2 is built with a capable 24-speed Shimano drivetrain and V-brakes to keep you moving efficiently and safely through the ups and downs, and for true all-around use Raleigh included mounts for a rear rack and front and rear fenders on the frame so you can enjoy the ride everywhere your journeys take you.
Part XC speedster and part all-mountain slayer, Raleigh’s Tokul 2 is ready to take on the whole mountain. Built around an agile, lightweight aluminum chassis, the Tokul has everything you need to become king of the trail, with a slack geometry that manages to climb like a racer, but really comes to life when the trail points down. This trail hartail comes with 27.5-inch wheels for great rollover capability with the flickability you want in a playful, responsive rig. Shimano’s 1 x 9-speed drivetrain helps you conquer the biggest climbs while the 120mm-travel SR Suntour fork and Tektro Auriga hydraulic-disc brakes beg you to work them out on the descents. Kenda Honey Badger tires keep you connected as you’re pinning it, and the selection of Raleigh components give you the ability for all day adventures.
Kona's unrelenting pursuit to push the limits of what their bikes can do and where they can go resulted in the all-carbon Hei Hei Trail DL. Kona wanted to squeeze every last drop of speed and travel they could out of the Fuse Independent Suspension design, so they tweaked the geometry, slapped in 27.5-inch wheels and upped it to 140mm of trail-gobbling travel. This carbon frame rocks a Fox Factory shock and Factory 34 fork so you can hit the big line with confidence. Carbon WTB rims spin around Hope hubs and keep your Maxxis Tomahawk tires glued to the corners. Shimano and Race Face team up for an 11-speed drivetrain that offers flawless shifting. Shimano XT brakes give you the confidence and control to ride loose and take chances. A wide 35mm bar from Kona gives you point-and-shoot steering, while the KHS dropper post lets you pin it in attack mode.
The Jack of all Trades, the Hei Hei Trail DL is the go-to machine for almost any situation. Lightweight for climbing, and with a GX Eagle drivetrain and RockShox Reverb dropper, the ups turn to fun. When the trail points down, SRAM Guide R 4-piston brakes are there when you need them.
Raleigh's Talus 1 is all about real fun on two wheels. Its aluminum frame is strong and ready to cruise, while the burly 27.5-inch wheels take care of every bump and pothole that dares get in your way. Plus, a Shimano 21-speed drivetrain, Shimano Revo shifters, and reliable linear-pull brakes make this bike easy to handle whether you're cruising down the road or cranking up a trail.
Light as a feather, ready to rip. The Hei Hei Trail CR brings you the performance and feel of carbon with top-tier suspension and braking to match. With a 140mm RockShox Pike fork and SRAM Guide R brakes, the descents will be smooth and controlled while the climbs will tick off in no time with the assistance of SRAM’s new NX Eagle drivetrain.
Someone already built your dream trail bike! Diamondback's Mission Pro pairs their capable Knuckle Box rear linkage with a proven Fox Float X2 Factory shock for a plush 160mm travel rig. On the front, a seriously stout Fox 36 Float devours the hits. Whether riding up the trail or screaming down it, the Mission turns the most extreme sections of terrain into areas you'll seek out ride after ride. To accomplish this, it rolls on Easton's awesome, 27.5-inch Heist wheels and rocks an 11-speed Shimamo XT drivetrain, crankset and renowned XT brakes that are on hand for unprecedented power with control. This all mountain rig is spec'd with a wide Race Face bar and stubby stem, legendary Schwalbe Hans Dampf tires, and a Reverb Stealth dropper post so the flow never has to stop. Like we said, it's your dream bike, already built to rip.
When your bike touring route takes you over the river and through the woods with a quick jaunt through town for supplies, you can't beat the versatility and smooth riding characteristics of Surly's new Bridge Club. First off, it's a Surly so you know the 'Natch chromoly steel frame and fork are built to handle your entire kit and caboodle, and thanks to the typical overabundance of rack and cage provisions you can mount your gear via traditional racks and panniers, go full bikepacking-style, or mix-up your favorite combo of the two. The Bridge Club rolls on plump 27.5 x 2.4-inch WTB Riddler tires for a blend of low rolling resistance on smooth pavement and confident handling on forest trails. You can also run up to a 2.8-inch wide tire for more flotation, or swap-in a 700c wheel and tire combo if your route includes a lot of on-road riding. A dependable 2x10 drivetrain ensures you'll never run out of gears as you make the push up long climbs, and mechanical disc brakes offer worry-free performance to keep you safe no matter what the weather brings. And, thanks to fully housed cabling and front and rear fender mounts, you can splash through soggy days with a smile. A comfortable Salsa Bend flat bar and WTB Volt saddle complete this relaxed all-terrain tourer.
The XDURO Dwnhll mountain bike represents the pinnacle in the evolution of e-bike performance, driving both pleasure and versatility by combining the ability to shred the downhills just as well as any gravity bike with the ability to master steep, technical uphill climbs. The lively Yamaha PW-X motor and Shimano Zee 1x10 drivetrain provide the grunt to keep you moving. RockShox handles shock absorption duties with the stiff and smooth Boxxer RC fork and Super Deluxe RCT shock, while Magura MT5 hydraulic disc brakes paired with 203mm rotors keep you confidently on track. And, for monitoring vital details about your bike's battery and related ride metrics, the handlebar-mounted display is just a quick glance away. With the XDURO Dwnhll 9.0, the limits of what was previously possible have been thrown wide open.
There are plenty of complex full-suspension mountain bikes out there, most demanding high prices. Diamondback's Atroz Comp takes a different approach by streamlining its suspension design and saving you some money in the process. The high chainstay design delivers 120mm of suspension travel that eliminates chain slap as you’re riding through the rough stuff, with a RockShox Recon fork soaking up the bumps out front. The aluminum alloy frame is simple, lightweight and plenty durable so you can enjoy the ride with the peace of mind that it's built to last. Outfitted with hydraulic brakes, a 142×12mm thru-axle, and SRAM's NX 1×11 single ring drivetrain, you’re looking at a very capable trail bike.
When each cross-town trip has more empty lots than dedicated bike lanes and more potholes and gravel than pristine tarmac, Raleigh's Redux 3 provides the fancy footwork to keep you rolling strong. Aggressive urban assault geometry and a lightweight aluminum frame and fork mean this slick-tired city ride charges hard and corners like your favorite mountain bike. Streamline your commute and your bike maintenance with The Redux 3's 10-speed Shimano Deore drivetrain. Toss in the Promax Solve hydraulic disc brakes and supportive, high-quality Raleigh components, and the Redux 3 is a bike you'll go back to again and again.
When your days consist of shuttle laps, park laps, and a solid amount of gravity-focused riding, the Process 165 is an excellent companion. And yet, in spite of its gravity roots, it’s still capable of pedaling uphill with the help of a SRAM NX Eagle drivetrain and KS Lev dropper post. The real fun comes on the descents when full squish is provided by a 170mm RockShox Yari Charger fork, and a 165mm Super Deluxe coil rear shock.
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.
You can’t have it all … Really? Nobody told that to the Release 5C. Diamondback's top-shelf trail bike is the embodiment of new-school technology. Thanks to the Level Link suspension, the Release 5C absolutely levels the kind of drops and rock gardens that stymie bikes with even more suspension travel. At the same time, the patent-pending design allows the Release to accelerate and climb with the kind of blazing efficiency you’d normally expect from a wispy, featherweight race rig. The Release 5C, in a nutshell, is the perfect all-rounder. The bike’s modern geometry — long in the front, short in the rear, low in the bottom bracket —lends the bike stability at high speeds without sacrificing agility when the trails get tight. What’s more, this machine is decked out with a peerless parts kit that includes the absolutely bomber Fox 36 Float fork and Fox Performance Elite Float DPX2 rear shock, an ultra-precise SRAM X01 Eagle 12-speed drivetrain, a wheelset with Race Face ARC 30 rims and Novatec hubs, and quick-stopping SRAM Guide RS hydraulic disc brakes with 180mm rotors. A KS LEV Integra dropper post and Race Face Aeffect R cockpit components round out the stellar package.
The Release 1 is proof positive that getting a great bike doesn’t always require that you fork over a great big pile of cash. Diamondback has taken their much-lauded Level Link suspension design and constructed a light yet tough aluminum frame that isolates chain forces from trail inputs. Or to employ less tech-geek speak, the suspension doesn’t bob when you stomp on the pedals, yet becomes extremely plush the moment your wheels start smacking roots and rocks. The entry-level Release 1 is actually anything but “entry.” It's equipped with an SR Suntour Aion suspension fork and X-Fusion 02 Pro R rear shock, Blanchard tubeless-ready wheelset, and a Shimano Deore drivetrain. Shimano hydraulic disc brakes help bring you to a stop, though stopping is probably going to be the last thing you want to do when you bring this bike up to speed.
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Versatility defines Diamondback's class of progressive trail bikes. These are bikes that are as at home blasting down trails alongside long-travel, full-suspension bikes as they are at surfing mellow sections of singletrack. The Sync’r is Diamondback's top of the line, do-it-all hardtail. The heart of the bike is a low-slung aluminum frame that’s both playful and confident. The Sync’r chassis is hung with equally stellar components that include a RockShox Recon RL suspension fork with 130mm of travel, a Race Face/SRAM NX single-ring drivetrain that’s free of clutter and bangs off precise shifts under pressure, powerful Shimano hydraulic disc brakes, and Blanchard 28R tubeless-compatible wheelset. The Sync’r holds its own with no-nonsense hardtail precision and all-mountain capabilities, making it a great choice for any mountain biker.
If you’re looking to dive into the world of mountain bike trail riding, the Lux 2 is a great place to start. This women’s-specific bike is built with a 6061-T6 aluminum frame that provides a perfect balance of durability and light weight. What’s more, Diamondback has equipped all of their Lux models with a low-slung top tube for extra standover clearance to make maneuvering the bike easier when you’re challenging yourself out on the trail. And when it comes to challenging yourself, the Lux 2 is up to the task, thanks to its smooth-riding SR Suntour XCM-HLO suspension fork, powerful Shimano hydraulic disc brakes and reliable, precise Shimano shifting.
From shuttle runs with your buddy's truck to zipping on a number plate, Kona's carbon Operator ushers in a fast era of downhilling with simple, plush suspension. This bike soaks up the biggest hits and rips with tons of maneuverability for the ideal combo of speed and handling. The RockShox Boxxer and Kage shock both sport 200mm of travel, plus external rebound and compression adjustments to set to your specifications and/or course and terrain needs. No matter what you're charging down, SRAM's powerful Guide R brakes give you smooth stopping power, while the 27.5-inch Sun Ringle wheels with Maxxis Minion DHF tires bite hard into lines for pinned cornering. Crank duty is handled by RaceFace, spinning SRAM gears spec'd for DH. Other shred-ready gear includes a RaceFace handlebar bar, direct mount stem, and seatpost, and an MRP chainguide. It doesn't get much better... or faster.
What does your ideal bike day look like? Lots of descending? Maybe a few laps with your buds followed up with some brews on the tailgate? With 165mm of rear wheel travel controlled by a RockShox Super Deluxe coil shock and a 170mm Lyrik RC fork, 12-speed SRAM Eagle, a KS Lev Integra dropper and tubeless-ready 3C Maxxis DoubleDown DHF tires, the Process 165 bridges the gap between the Process 153 and the World Cup-proven Operator. Point it downhill and keep it zesty.
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Since its inception, the Process 134 has impressed everyone fortunate enough to shred a trail on one, and Kona continually hears praise about its progressive geometry and capabilities. Never ones to settle, Kona improved this award-winning bike by making it more stable and giving it the ability to rip corners with more conviction. RockShox provides 140mm front and 134mm rear suspension for nimble handling, and Shimano drivetrain and hydraulic braking components give you the confidence to push hard on both the ups and downs. Hit the trailhead and know that an amazing descent is on the horizon.
The Process has a long history of dominating the descents, and in its most recent iteration, it now has climbing manners more commonly attributed to shorter-travel bikes. No switches to flip, just pedal up efficiently, then smash the descent. With a 160mm RockShox Yari fork and Deluxe RT shock, a SRAM 11-speed drivetrain, dropper post, WTB i29 rims, and tubeless-ready Maxxis Minions, the Process 153 will let you get out there and dominate from day one.
People say you have to spend a lot of cash to buy a full-suspension bike. Or at least a full-suspension bike that truly performs. They’re usually right. Usually. But not this time around. The Atroz proves them wrong with four inches of reliable coil-sprung rear suspension that nicely smooths out the trail. Since you’ll need to climb to the top of the mountain, the Atroz is also spec'd with a 24-speed Shimano drivetrain, and when it’s time to head back down, you’ll find the Suntour XCM suspension fork and Tektro Aries mechanical disc brakes keep you firmly in control of the descents.
This Kona classic brings some of the finer things to light. Feel true stopping power with hydraulic disc brakes, adjustable 100mm of Suntour suspension, a 9 speed Shimano drivetrain, and sturdy WTB tires, the Fire Mountain helps build confidence off-road. Available for smaller riders in a 26-inch XS version and a 27.5-inch wheel for sizes S-XL.
What goes up, must come down. With the all-new Hei Hei Trail, you’ve got the perfect tool for the job wrapped in an affordable package. Featuring catlike climbing abilities and 140mm of front and rear travel, a Shimano Deore drivetrain, a dropper post, and Shimano hydraulic disc brakes, the ups will be as fun as the descents.
The Blast dabbles deeper into mountain biking’s trends. With a Shimano 1x drivetrain, tubeless ready rims, a Rockshox air sprung fork, Shimano hydraulic disc brakes and 27.5-inch wheels, the Blast steps it up, ensuring you have the confidence needed to tackle tougher trails.
If the world was ending and you needed one bike to rule them all, the Process would be a solid choice. It’s an awesome build at a wallet-friendly price. With 160mm of Rockshox Yari travel up front and a Deluxe RT Debonair shock in the rear, the ride is plush and smooth. Well accompanied by SRAM Guide hydraulic disc brakes, a dropper post, and SRAM’s NX drivetrain, the Process is one sweet build for the buck.
Diamondback designed the Lux’s frame to suit a wide range of female riders. The sleek, lightweight aluminum frame provides plenty of clearance and a better overall fit. What’s more, the Lux is engineered with geometry to provide you with a balanced feel that lets you get the most out of every situation — whether that’s climbing a steep trail, winding your way through twisty singletrack or letting loose on the downhills. It's also equipped with an SR Suntour XCT coil-sprung fork, Tektro mechanical disc brakes, and beefy tires. The end result? Traction and control that will have you looking forward to the next ride.
With an easy-to-mount step-through frame and women's-specific geometry, Raleigh's Eva 1 is a great choice for a casual rides with friends and family. The frame is made from tough steel so you get years of use out of this comfortable rig. The smooth-rolling 27.5-inch wheels accelerate quickly and smoothly. An ever-reliable 21-speed Shimano drivetrain gives you plenty of gear options for climbing hills and zipping around city streets, and when you need to stop at the next intersection, linear-pull brakes slow you down quickly and easily. It's topped off with a comfy women's-specific saddle so you can ride longer every time!
The XDURO FullSeven S 7.0 brings together the best of Haibike's high-tech designs to create a top-tier pedal-assist full-suspension e-bike built upon the plus-size tire platform. A Bosch Performance Speed motor provides the extra push to help you go farther, while the lightweight aluminum frame produces a responsive ride. Suspension control is provided by a Suntour Aion LOR fork and Fox Float DPS Performance EVOL rear shock, giving the 27.5 x 2.4 tires outstanding traction over rough terrain. Shifting duty is controlled by Shimano's XT 11-speed drivetrain, while Magura MT4 hydraulic disc brakes paired with extra-large rotors provide confident stopping power for maximum control at speed. And, for keeping track of your ride as well as vital bike stats, the Bosch Intuvia handlebar-mounted display is a quick glance away.
The limits of what was previously possible have been thrown wide open with the XDURO Nduro 8.5. This 180mm travel full-suspension e-bike is built to take you higher, farther, and faster thanks to a powerful Bosch Performance CX electric motor delivering up to 75 Nm of torque throughout the speed range. Controlling forward motion is a simple and reliable SRAM NX 11-speed drivetrain and high-performance Magura MT5 hydraulic disc brakes, while a RockShox Yari RC fork mated to Vivid Air R2C rear shock quell big hits with magic carpet-like plushness. 27.5-inch wheels wrapped in Schwalbe Magic Mary rubber provide precise response in techy situations, taking input from Haibike's own cockpit components with a deft touch for point-and-shoot all-terrain domination. And, keeping tabs on vital ride stats like battery life, range, speed, and assistance level is easy thanks to the handlebar-mounted Bosch Purion display.
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