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Intense Cycles | Primer 29" Elite Bike 2020 | Red | Large


Intense Primer 29" ELITE BIKE 2020Choose the bike, then choose the wheel sizeNow everyone knows that mountain bikers have strong opinions on wheel sizes. To quote the hilarious Youtube video How to be a Mounter Biker by IFHT Films, “pick a wheel size and be a di*k about it”. With the 2020 Intense Primer, the days of a specific bike only being available with one wheel size are over. Want a 29er? Great! Want a ...


Intense Cycles | Carbine Pro Bike 2021 Medium Red/White


Intense Carbine Pro Bike 2021An absolute ripper and the perfect enduro machine, the 2021 Intense Carbine is a big-wheeled, long-travel bike designed for aggressive riding. With an enduro optimized carbon fiber frame, 155mm of JS Tuned Link suspension, slack but balanced geometry and 29-inch wheels, the Carbine inspires confidence on the downhills and is stable, fast and playful. Climbing won’t be a problem either, thanks to the balanced climbing position and the JS Link Tuned ...


Norco | SIGHT A2 29" 2021 Bike XL, RED/SILVER


NORCO SIGHT A2 29" 2021 BIKEALL-MOUNTAIN PERFECTIONWith an all-mountain bike, you're able to conquer all the terrain around. These bikes are built to dominate the descents and get you back to the top again. The Norco Sight A2 29" Bike is built around the Ride Aligned designed system that addresses how a rider's center of gravity impact the bike's performance. It features an aluminum frame that uses 160mm of travel on the front and 150mm ...


Orbea | Rallon M10 Bike 2021 Large, Black/Black Purple


ORBEA RALLON M10 BIKE 2021HEADED TO THE RACESEnduro riding is all about pointing your bike downhill and rolling over everything in your path. These bikes have longer travel, robust frames, and a geometry that favors downhill speed but can still climb back to the top to do it all over again. The Orbea Rallon M10 Bike gets a bump in travel to 160mm with a redesigned linkage assembly. A higher starting leverage ratio improves early ...