The 2017 Rocky Mountain Reaper offers the same aggressive trail performance found in the Thunderbolt and Altitude full suspension bikes, just in a smaller package for younger riders. It can handle singletrack, technical descents, and stand up to the wear and tear you'd expect from your young shredder.
And a major bonus, the Reaper is easily convertible from 24” wheels to 26” wheels and vice versa. The perfect option for growing kids, or for a bike that's suitable to hand down to younger siblings.
Go 27.5 or 29-inch wheels, whichever you prefer! Giant has made the do-it-all Fathom hardtail in a 27.5 version (two models) or a 29er version (two models). Both frames feature a lightweight aluminum frame, geometry for stable and confident handling, and a rugged component selection for today's more demanding technical rides.
2017 Giant Fathom 2 27.5 (pictured, top):
2017 Giant Fathom 1 29 (pictured, lower):
A taper-lock core uses an internal sleeve that narrows towards the last portion of the grip, which clamps onto the end of the bar to eliminate any twisting. There's a flared closed end for comfort and an intuitive feel for the bar end, a long grip length for plenty of room to reposition your hand position when needed, and a moto-knurl pattern for a great grip and feel in all riding conditions.
In colors to suit all color schemes, even glow in the dark! MSRP is $18 per pair.
The ultra versatile Bell Super 3R is the next generation full-face helmet with a chin bar that can be removed to create a half shell helmet. This helmet bridges the gap between a half shell helmet and a dedicated full face helmet, giving riders the option to have greater coverage but without needing to carry two separate helmets.
Newly improved fit and comfort this year!
The Bell Super 3R MIPS-Equipped helmet features Bell's Multi-Directional Impact Protection System which takes protection a step further, providing an extra layer of protection inside the helmet that rotates in order to potentially slow or reduce the amount of energy transferred to or from the head on impact.
All Bell helmets are safety certified, with additional features like breakaway screws and camera mount, adjustable visor, and overbrow ventilation.
Michelle, Kim, and Zachary are modeling the Matte Emerald color, it is also available in Black and Red. Sizes S, M, L.
A new frame design with Kona's new Fuse Independent Suspension—a clean, simple design that eliminates a pivot at the chainstay seatstay junction to create a lighter, stiffer ride feel.
The 2017 Kona Hei Hei Supreme (pictured, upper) has a super light and more efficient carbon frame, boost spacing, and carbon wheel set. SRAM XX1 Eagle drivetrain takes the Hei Hei Supreme right to the top.
The 2017 Kona Hei Hei DL (pictured, lower) also has a full carbon frame, boost spacing, and dropper post. With 120mm of front suspension, 100mm of rear suspension, 29" wheels, this bike is ready for XC riding and has the feel and a component package that's also ready for long trail days.
The 2017 Giant Anthem 2 is a great bike option for the person who likes the idea of the Giant Trance 2, but wants something more on the XC side of trail. New this year is Boost hub spacing (110 front/148 rear), which improves wheel stiffness for added control, while adding tire clearance and improving drivetrain performance.
The Giro Chronicle MIPS (pictured, left) is a great all-around trail riding option, affordable and still offering the superior MIPS protection. Goggle compatibility, Coolmax padding for comfort, and fit is easily dialed in thanks to the Roc Loc ® 5 fit system. MSRP is $100.
The Giro Switchblade MIPS helmet (pictured, upper and lower right) has a removeable chin bar for the ultimate in versatility for enduro and DH riders. It's ATSM Downhill Certified, with or without the chinbar. MIPS protection, goggle compatible, and a spare visor with camera mount.
Lots of colors available in the shop. MSRP is $250.
The 2017 LIV Giant Hail 2 (pictured, top) is the women's specific equivalent to the Giant Reign. Built for aggressive terrain and enduro riding, it's got 160mm of travel and 27.5" wheel size, and geometry for great handling and playful ride quality. Race, ride, be ready for anything.
The 2017 LIV Giant Pique series offers 120mm of Maestro suspension and 27.5" wheel size. This geometry offers stability on the descents, low standover height, and gives great traction for climbing. There's a build kit for every budget.
2017 LIV Giant Pique Advanced 0 (in stock, not pictured)
2017 LIV Giant Pique Advanced 1 (pictured, center)
2017 LIV Giant Pique 3 (pictured, lower).
There's no way to keep your mountain bike (or its rider) completely clean, but here's a great help! Mucky Nuts front fenders are a lightweight addition when conditions are not so great. They collapse flat for storage when you don't need them.
Made in the U.K., in a great assortment of colors to go with any bike. MSRP is $15 each.
Dakine may be out of stock again on their website, but we have them in our shop!
The Dakine Low Rider 5L is a great alternative to the traditional shoulder packs. Fits all the essentials for a short ride with 5L of space (305 cu in.) and divider pockets, Moroccan Blue or Black color options. Measurements are 11 x 5.5 x 5.5 inches.
The 2017 Giant XTC Advanced 275+ SS is built with 27.5+ wheels, but can easily be converted into a geared 29er. Frame is lightweight Advanced-grade composite, and built with Boost hub spacing for added tire clearance and wheel stiffness.
The 2017 Kona Unit is a longtime favorite, thanks to its cromoly frame and single speed simplicity. For 2017, the Unit has been made even more versatile - it comes with frame and fork clearance to allow for 27.5-inch x 3.0-inch wheels, even 29-inch wheels.
The 2017 Kona Lana'i is a well-rounded entry hardtail option, made to fit many different riders. The Lana’i sizing includes a 26-inch wheel size for smaller riders, and the rest of the sizes come with a standard 27.5-inch wheel.
The 2017 Kona Process 111 had been refined this year with an even more progressive geometry. A slackened head tube angle and lengthened top tube increases the front travel to 130mm. We have sizes M, L, and XL currently in stock.
The 2017 Kona Process 134 is fantastic for taking on technical trails. Updated geometry for 2017 with a longer reach and slacker head angle, and a build kit with plenty of trail-worthy components, like a dropper seatpost with remote Southpaw lever, 1x drivetrain, and tubeless tires and rims. We have sizes XS, S, and M currently in stock.
The 2017 Kona Process 153 DL also has refined geometry this year, longer and slacker for added stability and DH capability. Top of the line components include a SRAM 1x11 drivetrain, RockShox Monarch Plus RC3 shock, and RockShox Lyrik RCT3 fork. This model is the go-to bike for Kona's World Cup downhill team for riding and training. We have sizes XS, S, and M currently in stock.
The 2017 Kona Hei-Hei is equally at home at an XC race as it is for a long day of trail riding. Component build now features a Shimano 1x11 drivetrain, KS dropper seatpost, and wide tubeless rims. We have sizes S, M, and L in stock and ready to ride.
Made for the Giant DH pro riders like Marcelo Gutierrez, this is the lightest composite DH frame ever produced by Giant.
The latest version of the 2017 Glory Advanced 1 (pictured, upper) breaks new ground in stiffness, weight and all-around performance. It features 200mm of fully active Maestro rear suspension on a superlight, stiff and strong composite mainframe. Frame geometry is engineered to optimize its 27.5 wheels.
The 2017 Giant Reign 2 (pictured, lower) gives you the confidence to tackle aggressive terrain on any trail ride or enduro race. It’s smooth enough to fly down sketchy descents and efficient enough to scoot up steep climbs with less effort. Stable geometry, a tapered OverDrive steerer tube design, and air or oil shock-compatible shock mounts.
160mm of smooth and active Maestro rear suspension travel, a lightweight yet stiff ALUXX SL aluminum frameset, and 27.5 wheel technology, Reign
The 2017 Rocky Mountain Growler takes full advantage of high volume 27.5+ tires, 120mm front suspension, and next generation trail geometry for a capable, confident trail ride. More traction makes short work of scrabbly climbs, more forgiveness helps hold aggressive lines, and intuitive handling keeps the ride playful.Shown here are the Growler 740 (MSRP is $1249) and Growler 730 (MSRP is $899).
The 2017 Giant TCX Advanced SX is ready to tackle roads, gravel, or dirt. The frame has plenty of clearance for its oversized 40c tires. The cockpit features wider handlebars and a slightly shorter stem for confidence and control, and a wide-range 1x11 drivetrain.
A fun new addition to our shop rental fleet, the Giant TCX Advanced SX is ready to ride in sizes M/L and Large. Perfect timing for cyclocross race season.
These new tires from Maxxis open up even more capability with plus bikes, with a more aggressive tread pattern so you won't lose traction in those loose corners. Made to tackle loose or muddy conditions for aggressive all-mountain riding.
Maxxis Minion DHR2 EXO - 27.5x2.8 (MSRP is $95 each)
Maxxis Minion DHF EXO - 27.5x2.8 (MSRP is $95 each)
Maxxis Highroller 2 EXO - 27.5x2.8 (MSRP is $95 each)
Maxxis Icon - 27.5x2.8 (MSRP is $130 each)
Maxxis Chronical 3.0 - (MSRP is $130 each)
The new Shimano Deore XT CS-M8000 11-Speed cassette is a great choice for riders looking for top-level quality at a more affordable price. Improved efficiency and smooth shifting. Installs on a standard freehub body (8, 9, 10, or 11-speed), so there's no XD driver hassle. Wide cassette ranges available in 11-40T, 11-42T, or 11-46T (shown here).
Here's the new 2017 Kona Honzo CR Trail! This hardtail 29er has an aggressive stance, nimble-handling carbon frame, and mischievous attitude, all made for major fun on any ride. We've currently got sizes L and XL in stock and ready to go.
The IRD RQR2 Dropper Seatpost is a mechanical dropper post with bar mounted control.
Available here at The Path in 27.2, 445mm size only. MSRP is $129.99