Specialized's Stumpjumper FSR Comp Carbon 650B is ready to shred right out the shop door. It's rocking 150mm of FSR rear travel with a Fox shock, fat Specialized tires, a short stem with 750mm wide bars, and Specialized's awesome Command Post IRcc dropper post. Most importantly, the FACT carbon frame has a slack head angle and low bottom bracket so you can point the 150mm-travel RockShox Revelation fork down the steepest descents, charge the nastiest terrain, and slay the corners with confidence. The Comp Carbon features Specailized's innovative SWAT Door, a downtube compartment with room for tools, a tube, and a pump so you can leave the bulky pack at home and still have everything you need. Rounding out the build is a SRAM 2 x 10-speed drivetrain, Shimano Deore brakes, and burly Roval wheels. Climb on, let rip, and see what the fuss is about.
With a ride as fast as Cannondale's F-Si Carbon 2, you're going to be covering a lot more terrain. The HI-MOD Ballistec carbon frame features Cannondale's breakthrough Asymmetric Integration rear triangle and drivetrain, delivering super short chainstays, an optimally dished rear wheel, and tons of mud clearance. New-school System 29 geometry redefines XC handling and speed, showcasing agility and handling in switchbacks or attacking rough terrain at high speeds. With a 1.5-inch head tube and Cannondale's Lefty 2.0 Carbon fork featuring 100mm of plush suspension travel, keeping your front wheel pinned to your line is easy no matter what the trail throws at you. SRAM's X01 drivetrain gives the F-Si a competitive edge, with a lightweight, intuitive 11-speed setup designed with racing in mind. Matched to Cannondale's own Hollowgram Si crank and an X01 chainring your competition is going to be left gasping. Magura hydraulic brakes scrub speed cleanly and easily, with responsive, well-modulated power right under your fingertips. Tubeless-ready Stan's wheels, Cannondale's own stellar aluminum and carbon components, and a sleek Fabric Scoop saddle keep the F-Si Carbon 1 race-day-ready.
$4,100.00 - $4,200.00
Specialized's Epic Comp Carbon 29er boasts trail-scorching speed whether it's race day or just an after work throw down with your friends. Its FACT-carbon frame with an M5-aluminum rear triangle descends and climbs superbly thanks to 100mm of Specialized's legendary Brain-controlled FSR suspension that delivers unparalleled pedal power and control. You'll also love the smooth RockShox fork, crisp-shifting SRAM/Shimano 2x10 drivetrain and the Magura discs, which let you hold maximum speed until the last possible second. Plus, the fast Roval 29er wheels and Specialized tires deliver a superb balance of acceleration and traction.
Giant's Defy Advanced Pro 1 brings comfort to the go-fast scene. This svelte, race-ready rig boasts a tuned composite layup, tall head tube, and relaxed geometry that offer new levels of comfort and control. Giant's full composite OverDrive 2 tapered fork nullifies road buzz and guides you with authority. The wheelset does, too, with Giant's P-SL0 hoops and P-SLR1 tires loving the corners and keeping your rolling resistance low. Plus, Shimano's legendary Ultegra 11-speed drivetrain provides pro-level shifting and braking. Of course, the Giant finishing kit perfectly matches a bike of this caliber.
Giant's Defy Advanced Pro 0 is an amazing bike for everyday riding. It combines comfort and speed with Giant's Advanced composite frame and OverDrive 2 fork that lets the Defy dominate the climbs while soaking up road vibration for a super-smooth, refined ride. You'll love the tall head tube and stable geometry that allows for a more comfortable position so you feel great through every mile. This Defy boasts Giant's lightweight P-SL0 disc wheels along with Shimano's brilliant Ultegra Di2 electric gruppo for crisp shifting, hydraulic-disc brakes for stop-on-a-dime control, as well as reliable Giant components and Fizik saddle for a fast ride that's sure to impress you every day.
Set a new PR aboard Liv's Envie Advanced Tri. The Advanced-grade composite Envie incorporates numerous watt-saving features like aero tube shapes, brakes that are tucked into the frame, and a lightweight, aero composite bar and stem. The composite fork and tapered OverDrive steerer deliver front end stiffness, giving pinpoint control in the turns. For pumping out maximum wattage, a full Shimano Ultegra drivetrain offers crisp, snappy shifting, while Giant’s P-SLR1 Aero wheels get up to speed quickly. Make your fellow triathletes green, with Envie.
Practice that victory salute because Specialized's Tarmac SL4 Expert is ready to win races! Whether the race is serious or just for bragging rights, its 10r FACT carbon frame and fork dance up the climbs, rail descents, and power across the flats with ease thanks to their fantastically low weight and road-scorching stiffness. With Specialized's Rider-First Engineering, every size, from small to big, showcases consistent stiffness and handling. What's more, the Expert comes with smooth Fulcrum S4 wheels propelled by a precision-shifting Shimano Ultegra 22-speed drivetrain with the ideal blend of reliability and smoothness. Plus, a whole host of Specialized's carbon and aluminum components that beg to be ridden hard are ready to go.
Leaves are falling, days are crisp, masochists everywhere tussle bar-to-bar in the mud, and Specialized's CruX Pro Race is off the front. The carbon frame is light, responsive, and ready for all the power you lay down on the straightaways. You'll grin as you skip the pits because the internal cable routing and gobs of tire clearance keeps you racing while the mud claims other victims. Front and rear thru-axles as well as a tapered steerer ensure quick cornering and control through off-camber sections. Shimano's precise Ultegra components are paired to Specialized's Pro carbon cranks for light, crisp shifting, while Shimano hydraulic disc brakes scrub speed through hairpin corners. Roval's Control CX Carbon wheels are wrapped in supple Specialized rubber to keep you tearing through any course.
If you feel the need for speed, look no further than Specialized's Amira SL4 Expert. Its FACT 10r carbon frame and fork fly up steep climbs, soar across the flats, and dive through tricky descents with ease. All the while, Specialized's women's-specific geometry keeps you feeling great even when the hammer's down. The Fulcrum wheels are light, fast, and spin up effortlessly, while grippy Specialized tires inspire confidence when you're powering through turns. Shimano's precise 11-speed Ultegra drivetrain, with an FSA carbon crank, boasts fast shifts and impressively light action. The bike is rounded out with a choice selection of Specialized women's Body Geometry components that will keep you comfortable no matter how hard or long the ride.
Super aero, wonderfully light and pro-sprinter-worthy stiff – Specialized absolutely delivers with their Venge Expert Mid Compact. Boasting the awesome ride characteristics of the Tarmac, its FACT 11r-carbon frame was tuned and tweaked in the wind tunnel for maximum aerodynamic advantage. Its blade-like tapered fork meshes seamlessly with the massive aero down tube, which in turn works with the rear wheel cutout and asymmetrical, airfoil-shaped seatstays to minimize drag. For even more speed, there's an Shimano Ultegra group that dishes out flawless shifting and unmatched braking. Plus, Roval Rapide wheels and a svelte carbon Specialized seatpost hide from the wind to give you the ultimate aero-advantage.
Practice that victory salute because Specialized's Tarmac SL4 Expert Mid-Compact wins a lot of races! Its 10r FACT-carbon frame and fork dance up the climbs, rail descents and power across the flats with ease thanks to their fantastically low weight and road-scorching stiffness. What's more, the Expert comes with smooth DT Swiss 4.0 wheels propelled by a precision-shifting Shimano Ultegra 20-speed drivetrain with the ideal blend of reliability and lightness. Plus, a whole host of Specialized's carbon and aluminum components that beg to be ridden hard are ready to roll.
Specialized's Venge Expert Ultegra is fast. Plain and simple. To achieve that, this aero road rocket lights up the road with a FACT carbon frame that was tuned and tweaked in the wind tunnel for maximum aerodynamic advantage. Its blade-like tapered fork meshes seamlessly with the massive aero down tube, which in turn works with the rear wheel cutout and asymmetrical, airfoil-shaped seatstays to minimize drag. For even more speed, there's an Shimano Ultegra group that dishes out flawless shifting and unmatched braking. Plus, Roval Rapide wheels and a svelte carbon Specialized seatpost hide from the wind to make that first sentence a reality.
Practice that victory salute because Specialized's Tarmac Expert is a purpose-built race machine ready to help you start racking up the wins! Whether the race is serious or just for bragging rights, its 10r FACT carbon frame and fork dance up the climbs, rail descents, and power across the flats with ease thanks to their fantastically low weight and road-scorching stiffness. With Specialized's Rider-First Engineering, every size, from small to big, showcases consistent stiffness and handling. What's more, the Expert comes with smooth Fulcrum Racing Light wheels propelled by a precision-shifting Shimano Ultegra 22-speed drivetrain with the ideal blend of reliability and smoothness. Plus, a whole host of Specialized's carbon and aluminum components that beg to be ridden hard are ready to go.
Trees get blurrier, roots become smaller and your companions fade into the background when you're hammering on Specialized's Stumpjumper Expert Carbon 29er. It features a light, stiff FACT carbon frame that goes up and down hills better than the best of them. And for even more speed, you've got a trail-taming RockShox fork equipped with Specialized's Brain that automatically opens and closes the lockout for maximum efficiency. Lightning-quick Roval wheels and slick-shifting 2x10 gearing with an XTR Plus clutch rear derailleur and a carbon cranks make up the drivetrain, while Magua supplies their sure-stopping disc brakes for premium control. What's more, you get a spread of Specialized's components for full singletrack dominance.
Cannondale's Synapse Carbon Disc Ultegra Di2 is the perfect partner for your next epic ride. Cannondale's Synapse Endurance Race Geometry appeals to Gran Fondo specialists, high-mileage junkies, and riders who love the thought of a long, winding road. The Ballistec carbon frame transfers your power smoothly and damps road vibration, while Shimano's 11-speed Ultegra Di2 drivetrain delivers unbelievably fast, easy shifts, under any pedal load, with the simple push of a button. Mavic's Aksium Disc wheels are the perfect pairing for this endurance machine, with climb-boosting low weight, and sprint-enhancing acceleration. Matched with Mavic's own Akson tires, you're primed to pin every corner and curve on your favorite road loop. And, Shimano's revolutionary RR785 hydraulic road disc brakes boast smooth, all-weather stopping power. But it's the details, like a Fabric Spoon saddle and Cannondale's own ultra-light aluminum components, that truly set this bike apart and make it the perfect partner for your next epic ride.
Trails change minute to minute, and Cannondale’s Jekyll 3 can flip the switch to suit the conditions at hand. The Jekyll 3 dominates up and down with a revolutionary Fox DYAD rear shock that allows you to choose between 95mm or 160mm of travel while also adjusting the geometry to best suit the demands of the trail and your style of riding. Its light, fast SmartFormed aluminum frame boasts large-diameter tubing for efficient power transfer, and has a 1.5-inch head tube that pins the 160mm RockShox Pike RCT3 fork on your chosen line. Other trail-dominating components include crisp-shifting Shimano Deore drivetrain, powerful Shimano SLX brakes, and tubeless-ready WTB wheels that use a 15mm front axle and a 142x12mm rear axle for stiffness.
Specialized's Fatboy SL is a supermodel in the plus-sized world. You'll get caught drooling over the smooth welds and sweeping curves of the M4 alumium frame, and the beautifully smooth and simple FACT carbon fork. Where it really counts is the SL's giant pair of shoes—massive 4.6-inch Ground Control tires and super light HED carbon wheels that devour any terrain. The SL is dressed up with SRAM's top end XX1 1x11 drivetrain, an incredible Race Face Next SL carbon crankset and Magura's petite yet powerful MT8 hydraulic brakes. A Specialized carbon handlebar and seatpost complete the build. The Fatboy SL is the perfect combination of light and fat that's just begging to get out on the trails and shred.
$3,200.00 - $4,200.00
Specialized's Fatboy Pro starts every day with a big breakfast of gnar-nola, wheelies, and shredded trails; it's not a picky eater. With a RockShox Bluto suspension fork and massive 4.6-inch Ground Control tires, it has the appetite to devour rocks, sand, snow, and whatever else you shove in front of it. Those fat tires are mated to wide aluminum rims that can take a beating and give you stability even on loose terrain. While you're eyeing new and offbeat places to roll your Fatboy, you can count on the SRAM X01 drivetrain with a Race Face crank to get you there quickly. When it's time to slow down and take in the scenery, Shimano XT brakes are on the case. There's even a Command Post dropper so you can climb like a skinny kid, and descend like the rolling mass of traildozer you are. The Fatboy Pro is always hungry for more, so go ahead, be a glutton.
Swing a leg over Giant's Reign 27.5 1, give it a rip down your favorite trail, and get ready to become enduro royalty. An ALUXX SL-grade aluminum frame is complemented by Giant's renowned Maestro rear end with 6.3 inches of travel, while a plush RockShox Pike RCT3 fork delivers 130-160mm of cush to handle whatever the trail dishes out. All that sweet suspension is further enhanced by a stellar parts spec, including a SRAM X01/X1 drivetrain and Avid Guide RS hydraulic discs with an 8-inch front rotor. The whole package rolls on tough DT Swiss Spline One wheels with Schwalbe tires that are dependably rugged so you can rip through everything. Plus, the MRP chainguide keeps your chain locked on, Giant's bar is rugged for the rough stuff, and a RockShox Reverb dropper post lets you keep your flow everywhere.
Specialized's Camber Comp Carbon 29 excels at every type of riding you do—and more! It starts with 110mm of their active FSR suspension which is built into a light, stiff carbon mainframe. Leading the way is a 110mm travel Fox Float CTD Evolution 29 fork which smooths the trail ahead. Everything rolls on big Roval 29-inch wheels that carve corners and hold speed better to keep you ahead of your buddies. At your fingertips are powerful Formula C1 disc brakes and a Shimano/SRAM 2x10 drivetrain, helping you quickly find the right gear and control your speed. A whole host of Specialized's own components including their comfy BG Henge Comp saddle, grippy Ground Control tires, and wide handlebars round off this trail-shredding package.
KHS's SixFifty 6500 is fast, flickable, and ready to tear down the trail. Its light aluminum frame provides efficient pedaling through gnarly rock gardens and up steep climbs. With 140mm of front and rear travel courtesy of the tapered Revelation RLT fork and Monarch RT3 Solo rear shock, this rig soaks up everything while giving you precision handling. Plus, the exceptionally agile, yet stable DT Swiss 27.5-inch wheels are paired with Maxxis rubber for corner-slaying traction. The drivetrain is just as on point, SRAM's 1x11 X01 drivetrain delivers the gearing you want when you need it, while the Hayes Prime Sport discs keep you in control, and the KS Lev dropper post lets you keep the flow going on any trail.
Engineered to climb, corner and descend, this legendary pro road machine does it all, and does it faster. Power up steep climbs. Attack twisting descents. Edge out rivals in heated sprints. The TCR Advanced SL has earned its reputation as the ultimate all-around race bike. This is the lightest road frameset ever produced by Giant, and it boasts the highest stiffness-to-weight ratio of any road bike on the market. The new Variant integrated seatpost delivers an improved ride quality for more comfort on the longest, hardest rides, and the Advanced SL-grade composite frame makes the most of its proven Compact Road Design.
Trails change minute to minute, and Cannondale’s Jekyll 3 can flip the switch to suit the conditions at hand. The Jekyll 3 dominates up and down with a revolutionary Fox DYAD rear shock that allows you to choose between 95mm or 160mm of travel while also adjusting the geometry to best suit the demands of the trail and your style of riding. Its light, fast SmartFormed aluminum frame boasts large-diameter tubing for efficient power transfer, and has a 1.5-inch head tube that pins the 160mm RockShox Pike RCT3 fork on your chosen line. Other trail-dominating components include crisp 2x10 gearing from SRAM, powerful Magura brakes, and tubeless-ready WTB/SRAM wheels that use a 15mm front axle and a 142x12mm rear axle for stiffness.
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