The Shimano CM-1000 Sport Camera is Shimano's first entry into the compact sport camera category, as well as being the company’s first product introduction from its Lifestyle Gear Division. Years of research and design went into creating this lightweight and compact high-definition video camera.
The Shimano CM-1000 has many advanced connectivity options. It utilizes an iOS 6.0 and Android 4.2 app for use as a remote controller, angle monitor, a tool to change settings and video preview. Software for Windows 7 and Mac OS enables more comprehensive video editing, fish-eye view compensation, the display and integration of video and ANT+/ANT information to videos.
The Shimano CM-1000 Sport Camera comes standard with the camera and lens cover, an adhesive mount and vented helmet mount, a USB cable and start up manual. MSRP is $299.99.
This much sought after frameset is HERE! The 2015 Kona Raijin 29er titanium hardtail weighs in at only 4 pounds for a 17" frame! Made in the USA by Lynskey Performance Designs, this one will definitely turn heads out on the trail.
We have these frames available in four sizes (15", 17", 19", and 21"). MSRP is $1999.
These shaped ball caps are made with cotton and polyester and mesh in the back to help keep you cool and comfortable. They're adjustable in back, and sized large enough to fit even the biggest of melons.
Available in either green with black logo patch, or white with black logo patch, price is $18 each.
New riding gloves from RIDE 100 Percent! The 100% brand has always been synonymous with motocross, and we really like the great products they're developing for mountain biking.
• Simi gloves are super durable, with extra protection made for gravity and enduro riders. Available in sizes S-XL. MSRP is $49.95.
• Brisker gloves are made for cooler temps. They're a low profile, insulated glove that help to keep you warm without sacrificing hand dexterity and ride control. MSRP is $29.50.
It's a first, a full-suspension fatbike! The 2015 Salsa Bucksaw frame combines fatbike fun with full-suspension mountain bike technology. The Bucksaw alloy frame uses fatbike-specific Split Pivot™ rear suspension engineering and a high-modulus carbon fiber seatstay.
We have the Bucksaw frame available in a size large, MSRP is $1899.
The versatile 2015 Salsa El Mariachi 29er steel hardtail frame can be run thru-axle, geared, singlespeed, fender mount, or Rohloff dropout plates. The comfortable steel frame gives a ride quality like no other material can. Run it with front suspension or with a rigid fork to truly customize your ride.
We have the El Mariachi 29er frame in a size medium, MSRP is $699.
The Salsa El Mariachi 3 (upper photo, MSRP is $1699) or the Salsa El Mariachi Singlespeed (lower photo, MSRP is $1499) are simple, yet super versatile 29ers - run them thru-axle, geared, or singlespeed. Comfortable steel frame gives a great ride quality. Geometry offers short 430mm chainstays for control on the trail, plus alternator dropouts provide even more user-customizable geometry.
Want to build up your own ? We've got a new 2015 El Mariachi frame, size medium. MSRP is $699.
This one's a staff favorite - the Salsa Fargo. It's a unique bike with drop bars and off-road capabilities, a great option for off-road touring and bikepacking. The 2015 Salsa Fargo 3 (pictured, lower left) comes with a steel frame, SRAM 10-speed drivetrain, and alternator dropouts which allow you to run thru-axle, geared, singlespeed, fender mount, or Rohloff dropout plates. MSRP is $1699.
For off-road exploration and maximum flotation on soft surfaces, there's the new Salsa Blackborow. This fatbike was designed around the 5-inch tire platform. Build features on the 2015 Salsa Blackborow DS (pictured, lower right) include Alternator 197 thru-axle dropouts, Surly OD crankset, Bearpaw 150mm thru-axle tapered fork, stainless steel dinglespeed drivetrain with Rustbuster chain, Surly Clown Shoe rims, and Surly Lou folding tires. MSRP is $2299.
Great new bike gear in from Dakine!
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Here's a new option to take the weight off your shoulders! The Dakine Enduro Hip Pack 9L with organizer pockets and larger storage capacity (pictured in camo print), MSRP is $50. The Dakine Hot Laps 1.5L is a slightly smaller hip pack with internal fleece lined and mesh pockets, MSRP is $35.
Dakine Sentinel riding glove combines flexibility with the protection of D3O® in the knuckles and palm. MSRP is $45.
The Dakine Drafter 12L has a 100 oz. Shape-Loc hydration reservoir with Quick Disconnect, armor carry straps, internal organizer pockets, and comfortable Air Mesh suspended back panel. MSRP is $110.
The Dakine Shuttle 6L is a great option for shuttle rides or for riders who want to travel light. It's got a 70 oz. Shape-Loc hydration reservoir, plus breathable DriMesh® back panel and shoulder straps. MSRP is $65.
Key Hero 4 features:
The GoPro Fetch Dog Harness lets you capture the world from your dog’s point of view. Compatible with all GoPro cameras. MSRP is $59.99
The new Charger Damper design is similar to what is used on the Pike suspension fork. It's a sealed cartridge design that uses an extruded bladder filled with 3-weight oil that expands to contain the oil displaced by the fork as it moves through its travel.This design helps keep damping consistent by ensuring that no air mixes with the oil, even during rough descents. Just like the Pike, the service interval for the BoXXer’s Charger Damper is approximately 200 hours and the bleed process can be done in just a few minutes.
The new BoXXer also features Rapid Recovery™ rebound, Fast Black stanchions and 27.5” options (pictured here).
A Life of Mountain Bike Adventures, a photo essay, offering a detailed glimpse into Hans Rey’s 25 year career as a professional mountain biker and icon, riding his bicycles in some of the most beautiful and remote places on Earth. There are highlights from the early days, Hans' latest ideas about our sport, and his non-profit charity Wheels 4 Life.
From Machu Picchu in Peru to the glaciers of the Alps, the Pyramids of Egypt, the Himalayas, to the Jungles of Borneo, experience the adventure firsthand as Hans along with fellow world-renowned cyclists explore and ride places where no one has before; meanwhile, showcasing the rich cultures and wonderful people along the way.
This collection of incredible destinations is the result of a man living his dream and inspiring others to do the same. Get ready to be tempted, and if you can’t get away just now, sit back, relax, and get ready to enjoy the world of Hans Rey in pictures.
Our popular Path Bike Shop logo tees are back, in several new and fresh colors. Made of 100% super soft cotton from American Apparel. These new shirts have a new logo process called ink discharge - it won't get stiff, raise, or crack like traditional silk screened shirt logos do.
Unisex sizing from XS thru 2XL. Price is $18 for all sizes. Come on, get one! You know you can always use another t-shirt.
The 2015 Kona Mohala 29er hardtail will have you race ready. Made for women, the Mohala features geometry custom tailored to the female body, with added touches like a women’s specific saddle, thinner grips, and shorter stem.
The Kona Race Light 7005 Aluminum frame gives a comfortable ride. Short chainstays and seatstays provide a perfect balance of stability and power transfer when you're out of the saddle and pedaling hard. The compact rear triangles will give you a ride that's quick, aggressive in corners, easy to maneuver and laterally stiff.
The 2015 Intense Spider 29C has an all new graphic package and is available in two colors: naked yellow and naked red (shown). This 29-inch, 130mm travel, lightweight carbon frame trail bike was made for performance on cross country trails and flowy singletrack.
The Spider 29C is now available in four build kits - shown here is the Foundation build. Priced at $4,000, the Foundation build kit is the most cost effective way to get into a carbon frame Intense full-suspension 29er. This build features a full Shimano drivetrain and brake package, with X-Fusion suspension fork and shock.
New pedals in stock from HT Components!
The new HT Components X1 DH clipless pedal gives you the best of both worlds - platform stability and clipless security. Their new clipless pedal design allows the use of a flat-sole, clipless style shoe, incorporating HT's clipless technology with their well-known flat pedal stable platform for ultimate traction.
Two-time UCI World Cup Series champion Aaron Gwin has tested the pedals since October 2013 and he won the 2014 UCI Downhill World Cup in Pietermaritzburg, South Africa, on the prototypes.
This new SPD shoe lineup for aggressive trail riders and enduro racers features Shimano's new TORBAL (Torsional Balance) Technology, which better connects the rider and pedal with what the bicycle is doing underfoot while maintaining comfort and flexibility through all ranges of riding motion. They also feature new dual-density, extra-cushion insoles for stability during the pedal stroke and enhanced shock absorption and cushioning for the foot.
The Shimano SH-M200 provides increased protection and excellent off-bike traction; a shoe with XC efficiency and weight and the durability, grip and armor that trail riders require. MSRP is $180.
Fatbike fun from Kona Bicycles, it's the 2015 Kona Wo.
This fatbike has shaved some weight this year - the 2015 is over 4 pounds lighter than last year's Wo. More updates include an updated frame design featuring sliding dropouts and 190 OLD rear spacing. The result is a bike that can clear wide rolling five-inch tires.
Ride everywhere - through snow, across glaciers, sand dunes, at the beach. Wherever your imagination takes you. Shown here in a size medium. MSRP is $1899.
Kona knows cyclocross hands down, and here's one of their most popular cyclocross bikes at a fantastic price point.
The new 2015 Kona Jake the Snake offers a ride that is compliant, precise and confident. Build includes a race-light aluminum frame with a tapered Kona Carbon CX disc fork to help smooth the bumps and keep the weight down while providing a precise and stable feel.
The frame comes with rack and fender eyelets for commuters, disc brakes, and internal routing that allows cables to run clean and smooth. Commuter, cyclocross rider, gravel racer - this bike does it all.
Comes in matte green. We have sizes 53cm, 56cm and 59cm in stock. MSRP is $1699.
The 2015 Kona Big Unit is proof that simplicity can bring big fun.
This super responsive 29er hardtail is made with lightweight Kona Scandium 6069 material and can be set up either geared or singlespeed, thanks to the sliding rear dropouts.
We have sizes 17", 19" and 21" in stock. MSRP is $649.
The Shimano XTR PD-M9000 are lighter in weight than previous generations, with the renowned reliability of SPD design.
Our bike fit staff is excited about these new ergonomic bike saddles from SQlab being in stock here at The Path.
The SQLlab saddles feature an extended nose which is approximately 25 mm longer than most traditional saddles. This longer saddle nose allows the rider to utilize the saddle better for increased control while steering the bike in technical situations and offers a better platform for climbing steep sections of trail. The saddle nose is also lowered, in order to help distribute bodyweight better.
The spine-friendly "active" movement of the 611 saddles provide increased lateral and rearward flexibility which supports more active riders with a better connection to the bike and decreased pressure on the spine and joints.
We have SQlab 611 active and 611 race models in both 140mm and 150mm widths, prices range from $119-$169.
The SRAM Guide family of brakes is a new design from the ground up, to create a combination of braking reliability and control. With their new SwingLink™ technology SRAM was able to tune how fast the pistons in the brake lever advance during certain times of the brake lever stroke. This results in less deadband (i.e., the time between when the brake lever is pulled and the brake engages) while maintaining a smooth modulation.
The new lever assembly has a piggyback reservoir to create better performance as well as better management over the brake fluid. The lever was also shortened for a more ergonomic shape for one-finger braking. They feature a lever reach adjust as well as pad-contact adjust.
The SRAM Guide RS (pictured, upper) MSRP is $149 per brake, without rotors.
The SRAM Guide RSC (pictured, lower) MSRP is $199 per brake, without rotors.