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
The 2017 Pivot Firebird takes a page from the Pivot Phoenix DH bike in terms of geometry; with long reach measurements, super short 16.95" chainstays, and a 65-degree head angle for great stability and handling. Fox suspension and dw-link™ suspension design makes the most of efficiency with both climbing and descending.
Pictured is the 2017 Pivot Firebird C with Pro Eagle X01 build kit. MSRP is $6699.
Our customers have been asking about this hot new release, and it's now here on our sales floor.
We've also got sizes M, L, and XL in our shop demo fleet so you can try one out on the trails.
The 2017 Intense Recluse is a brand new model this year! With 150mm front and 140mm rear travel, it's built to ascend with as much efficiency as it descends. Available in 5 different build kits and several great color schemes. Pictured here is the 2017 Intense Recluse with Expert build kit, MSRP is $5899.
The A1 MIPS Drone and A1 MIPS Vertigo are lightweight, fully encapsulated all-mountain shelf shell helmets that utilizes maximum coverage and dimension to keep you safe and protected in all riding conditions. S
MIPS stands for Multi-directional Impact Protection System, it is a revolutionary technology that lets the helmet slide relative to the head, adding more protection against rotational violence to the brain caused by angled impacts.
Pictured is the 2017 Santa Cruz Tallboy 3 C R1x, built as a 29er. Currently in stock we have a size large in yellow, or sizes medium and XL in grey in the R1x build kit.
This all new Tallboy can be run either 275+ or 29. Geometry has a 68 degree head angle, a longer reach and shorter chainstays round out the Tallboy's fun geometry. A flip chip on the upper link ensures the geometry remains consistent through a full range of sizes (S-XXL) or fork sizes (for both wheel size options).
The C-level carbon frame uses a slightly heavier, less-expensive grade of carbon fiber to achieve the same strength, stiffness, and durability you'll find in the CC-level frames, but there's a bit more of the material to achieve it - resulting in only a 280 gram increase in frame weight, and a big cost savings.
Tallboy R1x build specs:
The 2017 Intense ACV (Air Cushioned Vehicle) is a specifically designed 27.5+ bike. A wider 2.8” tire offers great traction while climbing or descending, with an adjustable 130mm travel allows you to customize your ride.
Pictured here is the 2017 Intense ACV 275+ with Pro build kit. Sizes Medium and XL in stock!
Just announced this week, it's the new 2017 Intense Primer! This hot new model is already getting rave reviews from riders who have tried it. This 29er offers adjustable travel (between 4.5" to 5" or 115mm-130mm), Integrated BOOST 148 x 12 dropouts, plus carbon front and rear triangles. Choose from four different build kit options.
We have a size Large available NOW to rent in our shop Demo & Rental Bikes fleet. More coming soon to our sales floor.
The new 2017 Santa Cruz 5010, this one is an aluminum frame! Includes weight-saving build options, and a substantial savings compared to the carbon frame 5010 models.
The 2017 5010 has some geometry updates: a 67-degree head tube angle (more aggressive than before) and a longer top tube welcomes the use of shorter stems for more precise handling and greater confidence on rapid descents. The 5010 also shares all the latest VPP® hardware with the new Bronson. Same great geometry as the carbon 5010 models, plus four build kit options to choose from.
Shown here is the 2017 Santa Cruz 5010 AL with R1x build kit:
The 2017 Giant Anthem SX is all new this year. It's a fast XC bike that's equally at home on technical terrain. Changes this year include updated geometry for 2017, updated alloy frame, a trunnion-mount rear suspension setup, and Boost hub spacing.
Pictured here is the 2017 Giant Anthem SX 2.
The 2017 Giant Reign Advanced 1 is ready for all your enduro riding needs.
The 2017 Giant Stance 1 makes it possible to have a confident, high-performance, all-around trail bike without breaking the bank.
All new for the ladies, it's the 2017 Giant LIV Embolden 1. This trail-ready model makes its debut as a confidence-inspiring, single-pivot frame design with great capability and a stable feel.
The 2017 Giant Defy Advanced Series is known for great handling and performance on rough road conditions and on long rides.
The Defy Advanced lineup gets new for 2017 while retaining all the things that make it a great bike. The frame and fork is Advanced grade composite material, with 12mm thru-axles front and back to accommodate hydraulic disc brakes (upgrade from previous year).
Pictured is the 2017 Giant Defy Advanced Pro 1.
The 2017 Giant Contend series is a great way to get on the road at an affordable price. The new Contend models (build levels 1, 2, and 3) replace the previous Defy Alloy series.
Pictured is the 2017 Giant Contend 3.