The Pine Mountain is a classic steel hardtail with modern trail capabilities for hardtail purists pushing the limits and seeking adventure. STEEL IS REAL The Pine Mountain 1 uses a butted and formed Series 2 4130 CrMo frame with Boost 141mm dropouts, full fender and rack mounts, and tons of bosses for a wide variety of gear mounting options. BIKEPACKING ABILITIES The Pine Mountain features brazed-in cargo attachment points throughout the front triangle for carrying all of the water and gear one needs for a proper adventure. The new Bedroll Bar features a 50mm rise and a long, straight top bar for cleanly mounting handlebar packs away from cables and controls, and also mounting lights, phones, cycle computers, or whatever else catches your fancy. TRAIL GEOMETRY The Pine Mountain Trail Geometry is a mix of agility for trail riding and all-day comfort for bikepacking. Short chainstays keep a shorter wheelbase for that active ride, while a 66.5-degree head angle makes for confident steering with or without the weight of gear. TUBELESS READY 29" Tubeless-ready 32mm internal dimension rims and 2.6” tires give the Pine Mountain a comfortable ride with huge traction and ability to roll up and over large obstacles, while still being light enough to pedal and fast enough to rip single track.
Much like its larger-wheeled sibling, the Mahuna, the Cinder Cone is the perfect all-rounder for the person looking to ride off-road or cruise around the backwoods bike paths. It features an air fork with 100mm of travel, as well as a dependable 11-speed drivetrain and disc brakes. If you're a fan of plus bikes, you can run up to 2.8" tires. The Cinder Cone is where the mountain meets functionality at a great price.
Rolling on 29-inch wheels, powered by Split-Pivot credentials, and loaded with 165mm rear and 180 or 170mm travel in the fork, the versatile Spartan brings adept handling and bottomless stoke to the downward slope. Improved suspension dynamics increase lateral stiffness for a cutting-edge climber. Its shortened chainstays bring leaner, meaner Enduro muscle to the trail or track. Additional features include a 38T-compatible front ring, 2.5-inch tire clearance, and a metric shock. Spartan '21. Climb on and kill it all.
One bike, zero excuses. The Troy is a quiver killer. In its fourth generation, the 140mm travel frame gets a svelter rear-end with improved clearance and ample room for up to 2.6-inch tires. It also has stouter, double-row linkage bearings and refined geometry with size-specific chainstay lengths and longer reaches on all sizes—results of serious testing around the globe. If you're looking for a trusty rig to take on everything your skills can handle, and maybe some stuff they can't yet, the Troy is your bike.
The Stereo 140 HPC Race redefines what's possible in an all-mountain machine. Light, nimble and versatile, its 150mm Fox 34 Rhythm fork and Float DPS shock deliver trail-taming comfort and control—with the added benefit of a remote dropper post. We fitted powerful Shimano hydraulic disc brakes—with a four-piston caliper and oversized rotor up front—for the best possible stopping power. Shimano's 1x12 XT transmission puts the right gear for any situation at your fingertips. And tough, light Fulcrum Red wheels shod with grippy Schwalbe tires keep you rolling on the toughest of terrain.
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Just like its name implies, the Woo brings the party! We’ve built the ultimate fat bike utilizing our favorite attributes from its siblings in the lineup. A Wozo frame is outfitted with an all-new rigid carbon fiber fork that includes three-pack cage mounts. A SRAM SX 12-speed Eagle drivetrain powers 26" Sun Ringle Mulefut 80mm tubeless rims. Vee Rubber Snow Avalanche and Snowshoe XL 4.8" tires ensure you can power through the snow, mud, and sand—whatever your heart desires! - Kona Fat 6061 Aluminum Butted frame - Kona Wo Fat Carbon Disc fork - SRAM SX Eagle 12spd drivetrain - Shimano hydraulic disc brakes - Sun Ringle Mulefut 80 26" rims w/Vee Tire Snow Avalanche and Snowshoe XL TR 26x4.8" tires
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