Pinarello brings race-day performance to the masses with the Angliru. Built to go long distances, the carbon frame uses comfortable geometry and includes the plush ONDA carbon fork to smooth bumpy roads. You'll love the Shimano 105 22-speed compact drivetrain, which shifts crisply and provides the gearing to float up climbs with ease. You also get MOst B-Max brakes for speed control and a choice MOst bar, stem, seatpost and seat to ensure you get the most out of every pedal stroke.
Salsa’s Warbird is designed to survive and thrive on anything from the often-hazardous B-roads that make up much of the Midwest gravel scene to the fire roads that climb to the heavens on the coast. Warbird features a stable wheelbase that keeps tires planted on bumpy roads, built on a carbon frame with Class 5 vibration reduction system and precise-yet-compliant carbon fork for long-haul comfort. SRAM’s Apex group provides a streamlined drivetrain with a gear range that eliminates barriers to victory, and Avid's reliable BB7 mechanical disc brakes ensure you have the power to stop no matter what the conditions bring. Hidden fender mounts offer protection when you want it, and the carbon fork offers ample clearance for the 40mm Maxxis Rambler tires paired with Sun Ringle Charger Comp wheels. Finishing touches like internal cable routing and room for up to three water bottles adds to the Warbird's long-distance dependability, giving you the tools you need to return strong finishes on every ride.
This is where the 27.5” wheel size really shines: on a 160mm travel all-mountain enduro machine. Utilizing our 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 roomy front centers provide stiffness, quick cornering and playful handling. If you want to do it all, fast, this is the bike.
The Salsa Pony Rustler NX1 Eagle is a backcountry leader in the quest for riding epic singletrack. This full-suspension bike features mid-fat 27.5 x 3.0-inch tires for unbelievable grip, and 120mm of Split Pivot rear suspension for impressive traction and pedaling efficiency. The RockShox Monarch RT3 rear shock and 130mm Recon RL fork combo complement the suspension design with predictable handling, allowing you to ride with confidence through rough and unfamiliar terrain. And, thanks to Boost hub and bottom bracket spacing, the Pony Rustler can run both the stock 27.5+ wheelset or an alternate 29er wheelset to suit your experience. A SRAM NX 1x11 drivetrain offers great chain retention and solid shifting performance, and SRAM Level hydraulic disc brakes offer reliable stopping power. A KS eTen I dropper post paired with a WTB Volt Sport saddle complete this ready-to-ride build, letting you pop, lock, and flow as you bust moves across the high mountain dance floor.
When you need to blend ruggedness, efficiency, and downright nimbleness into one trail bike, it's pretty damn hard to beat the confident construction of an alloy frame like the Stumpjumper Comp Alloy 27.5. It features an M5 alloy construction that's lightweight, durable, and plenty stiff and compliant, while SRAM's most durable one-by components have been hand-selected to ensure that you get the most performance over rugged terrain possible. Furthering this, you'll also find a FOX FLOAT Rhythm fork with 150mm of travel up front, a custom-tuned RockShox Monarch RT3 at the rear, and powerful SRAM Guide R brakes. And when you factor in our proprietary Rx Trail Tune at the shock, plus an aggressive, trail-eating geometry that features absurdly short chainstays, a roomy top tube, a low bottom bracket, and a slacked out front end, you get a nimble trail bike that you can be confident in, season after season. - M5 alloy Trail Chassis with Stumpjumper FSR rear end blends durability, stiffness, and light weight, while 150mm of travel Trail Geometry provide more than capable handling. - The FOX 34 fork features 150mm of plush travel to take on big hits and bumpy terrain with supreme confidence and efficiency. - SRAM's 11-speed GX Eagle drivetrain, with Race Face Aeffect crank, features a wide gear range that delivers climbing and descending efficiency in spades. On top of this, the one-by setup is notorious for being next to impossible to drop a chain with, plus it provides a significant weight savings in comparison to a standard two-by setup.
Specialized's Stumpjumper FSR Comp 650B is ready to shred right out of the shop. It's rocking 135mm of rear travel with a RockShox rear shock, fat Specialized tires, a short stem with 750mm wide bars, and Specialized's awesome Command Post IRcc dropper post. Most importantly, the M5 aluminum frame has a slack head angle and low bottom bracket so you can point the 150mm-travel RockShox Revelation fork down the steepest descents, charge the nastiest terrain, and slay the corners with confidence. Rounding out the build is an efficient SRAM 1 x 11-speed drivetrain, Shimano Deore brakes, and burly Roval wheels. Climb on, let rip, and see what the fuss is about.
Nimble, flick'able, agile—whatever you want to call it, our Enduro Comp 27.5 embodies it in one hell of a beautiful, redesigned alloy package. We gave it a geometry features a slacker front end, a longer top tube, short chainstays, and a lower bottom bracket. All of this together makes the bike truly feel glued to the ground, and the platform is more responsive and capable then ever. We even added some cool bits, like integrated storage with a SWAT Door at the down tube, and made "old" new again by making a triumphant return to a threaded bottom bracket. To keep the weight down, the frame is constructed with our legendary X-Wing layout with a FACT 9m carbon fiber chassis and M5 alloy rear end. And to ensure top-level performance on the descents, this material choice is greeted by 170mm of plush rear and 170mm front travel, plus a geometry that can be "adjusted" via a shock extension with a "low/high" setting. For the build, this Enduro is packed with send-it-ready gear, like SRAM one-by 11-speed shifting, powerful Guide R brakes, crazy-strong Roval wheels, and a RockShox Yari fork up front. - The frame has an X-Wing layout with an M5 alloy construction. Together, these elements combine to form the perfect balance of efficiency, weight savings, and unparalleled strength. It's also been built off our 27.5 Geometry in order to provide an aggressive, well-rounded ride. And with internal routing and a return to a threaded bottom bracket, you get a bike that's clean, dependable, and ready for anything that the trail has to offer. - RockShox Yari RC fork features a 15x110mm Maxle Ultimate thru-axle, a Solo Air spring, and 170mm of plush travel to take on big hits and bumpy terrain with supreme speed and efficiency. - SRAM's 11-speed GX rear derailleur serves up powerful and precise one-by shifting, so you can say goodbye to dropped chains and unnecessary grams.
The Gan Disk benefits greatly from trickle-down technology from Pinarello's Dogma F8 Disk, but with several specific modifications that make it a less aggressive frame while still maintaining Pinarello's style and feeling. Made from T600 Carbon, all the requirements of a high-end frame are here, fast aero tubing, internal cable routing for mechanical and electronic drivetrains, and an integrated, tapered head tube. And of course, the Pinarello feel and styling. Something that can't be qualified really, you just have to ride one for yourself. Once you do, you'll know. This build includes a Shimano hydraulic braking system for increased braking power and performance, a slick shifting Shimano 105 groupset, Fulcrum wheels, and legit MOst components. All this adds up to comfort, style, and value.
The Gan benefits greatly from trickle-down technology from Pinarello's top-tier frames. Made from T600 Carbon, the Gan GR Disk is the entry-level bike that rides like the pro bikes. All the requirements of a high-end frame are here, like fast aero tubing, internal cable routing for mechanical and electronic drivetrains, and an integrated, tapered head tube. And of course, the Pinarello feel and styling. The Gan GR Disk was intended for a wide use, from smooth and paved streets to the gravel roads. Comfort was therefore the main objective of the project and they used the same technologies of the Dogma K8S, the bike that was developed with Team Sky on the cobbles of Paris-Roubaix. It all combines to create something that can't be qualified, you just have to ride one for yourself. Once you do, you'll know. The disc brakes wheels use a 12 x 100mm thru-axle on the front and 12 x 142mm on the back, to obtain optimum braking power and traction on any terrain. To top it off, the build includes a Shimano 105 gruppo, Fulcrum wheels and legit MOst components. All this adds up to a quality ride with comfort, style and value.
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