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Felt Bicycles IA FRD
$14,999.00
The IA FRD is the pinnacle of Felt’s history as an industry leader in aerodynamics and performance. Four-time, undefeated winner of the Kona World Championship, the IA boasts incredible aerodynamic efficiency that surpasses everything the competition has to offer. As part of the Felt Racing Development (FRD) line, the IA FRD is crafted from the most advanced carbon fiber and is equipped with the highest-performance components on the market including Shimano's Dura-Ace Di2 electronic drivetrain and Zipp 404 carbon wheelset, making for the ultimate triathlon racing machine. 
Felt Bicycles AR FRD
$12,999.00
The AR FRD is the best-performing aero road bike in the world, having delivered countess wins in road races and criteriums at the professional level. Developed using CFD software and perfected in the wind tunnel, this aero road bike is up to 31% faster than typical round tube road frames. With a Felt UHC Ultimate + TeXtreme carbon fiber frame, a Shimano Dura Ace Di2 drivetrain and top-of-the-line Zipp 404 NSW carbon wheels, the AR FRD is a no-holds-barred speed machine, ready to deliver you to the top step of the podium.
BMC Teammachine SLR01 DISC TEAM
$11,999.99
The Teammachine has won them all; the Tour de France, the Olympics, World Championships, and grueling Classics. Despite its success, the engineers at BMC aren't just resting on their laurels—they know that to remain at the top, they've got to keep evolving. And thanks to BMC's in-house ACE technology, the Teammachine just keeps getting better. The result is the world’s raciest balance of light weight, stiffness, and compliance, perfected with maximal integration and Swiss design. Its asymmetric tube design delivers a balanced ride feel, with stiffness where necessary, and compliance where desired. The integrated cockpit system offers maximum adjustability while keeping cables and housing out of sight and the D-Shaped seatpost and No-Gap seatclamp offer even more compliance while shaving weight. The Teammachine SLR01 DISC TEAM build comes with Shimano's premium Dura Ace Di2 electronic drivetrain and Shimano hydraulic disc brakes, carbon DT Swiss wheelset, and is finished with BMC and 3T components. If your friends didn't have bike envy before, they definitely will now.
Specialized S-Works Venge ViAS Disc eTap
$11,499.99
Specialized's S-Works Venge ViAS Disc eTap is more than just a bike. When the first Venge launched, it changed aerodynamics, but now, we've designed a complete speed system. Nearly every single piece of it was redesigned from the ground up. Every facet was examined, and the result is a bike with supreme braking and a 116-second advantage, compared to the Tarmac, over 40km. Every tube, trailing edge, and design cue was made for speed. It's also Rider-First Engineered to ensure that every frame size experiences uniform performance, plus front-end stiffness was increased by 30% over the Tarmac. As one of the first elements to hit the wind, Specialized realized that most stem and bar offerings cause too much aerodynamic drag. To achieve the best solution, while also interfacing with the frame, a negative 17-degree stem proved to be the best option. Most riders aren't flexible enough to ride in such an aggressive position, though, so Specialized designed the Aerofly bars with a positive rise that replicates your most efficient position. This resulted in a bike that has next-to-no visible cables. Of course, this disc iteration changes the game with undeniable stopping power without any penalty to the aerodynamic profile, so you get powerful braking without any sacrifice. The SRAM eTap, 11-speed shifters are the future of shifting. They communicate wirelessly with the front and rear derailleurs for a ground-breaking level of performance, while offering new, intuitive shift capabilities. Then there's the featherweight carbon Roval CLX 64 wheels that amplify the performance of this race rig. So when it comes to sprinting to the line, this Venge refuses to be outdone.
Santa Cruz V10 X01 Carbon CC
$8,599.99 - $10,699.99
It takes a special breed to ride with the speed and consequence of downhill mountain biking. Gnarled, exposed roots and loose, square-edged rocks mix with quickly changing dirt conditions over the course of a few minutes, while gravity increasingly challenges your constitution as you race toward the finish. This is the world of the Santa Cruz V10. With 216mm/8.5-inches of travel built into a stiff and durable carbon fiber frame, this DH dream mobs everything on the trail. Two adjustable geometry settings allow you to dial-in the perfect ride, and 27.5-inch wheels provide strength and increased rollover clearance for faster times on the track. The V10 Carbon CC X01 build includes a Fox 40 Float RC2 fork, Race Face SIXC Carbon 165mm cranks, and SRAM Guide RSC brakes paired to Avid Centerline rotors to create a podium-level DH bike that's eager to please.
Specialized S-Works Roubaix Dura-Ace Di2
$10,499.99
For years, you had to choose between stiff and snappy, or compliant and comfortable for a race-bike—that is, until the Specialized S-Works Roubaix Dura-Ace Di2. Featuring a completely Rider-First Engineered frame, Future Shock technology, and a top-level build kit, the S-Works Roubaix with Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 is right at home at a local fondo, a Saturday group ride, or a cobbled road race. The frame is constructed from top-tier FACT 11r carbon fiber. Its stiffness levels are also off the charts, and compared to the SL4 iteration of yesteryear, you'll experience a whole new, faster, and more efficient geometry. Through some engineering sorcery, however, they've managed to keep the same fit, feel, and position that they've all come to love from the SL4, and kept it consistent throughout the size- range due to their Rider-First Engineered construction. Of course, you're probably thinking, "get on to the suspension thing up front." Specialized calls it Future Shock, and essentially, it's a piston in the head tube with 20mm of travel. Specialized developed this technology in partnership with McLaren Applied Technologies, and the result of this are a host of drastic performance improvements, namely in the vertical compliance department. Specialized spec'd their cobble-crushing S-Works frame with the legendary performance of the Shimano Dura-Ace 9150 Di2 electronic build kit and 9170 hydraulic disc brakes, a full assortment of S-Works bits, and hand-built Roval CLX 32s with the legendary CeramicSpeed bearings and custom hubs. Add it all up, and you get a race bike at heart, with the technology to float over the roughest roads. - Featuring Rider-First Engineered design that ensures every frame size has the same legendary responsiveness and smooth ride quality that you'd expect from a Roubaix. The S-Works FACT 11r frameset is their highest quality carbon frame, offering the ideal blend of light overall weight and targeted stiffness, while the all-new Future Shock "suspension" system at the cockpit delivers a revolutionary degree of comfort and control. - An S-Works FACT Disc fork is built from FACT carbon fiber for supreme stiffness, strength, and reactivity, while a thru-axle design only stands to bolster all of the above. - The Roval CLX 32 wheelset is the perfect balance of light weight, durability, and aerodynamics. It's stiff enough for sprinting, strong enough for abuse, and its CeramicSpeed bearings keep things silky-smooth, making CLX 32 wheels the ultimate all-rounders.
Santa Cruz Hightower XX1 Carbon CC 27+
$8,099.99 - $10,099.99
With 135mm of Santa Cruz' proven VPP suspension design and a slacked-out 67-degree head angle, the Hightower shifts the wagon-wheel paradigm toward aggressive trail bike standards. In the case of the 27+ version, this means plus-size 27.5 x 2.8-inch tires for extra float and traction on sketchy terrain. Short chainstays and a spacious cockpit ramp-up the fun when railing technical descents and put you in a powerful position for blazing uphill battles. Adding Boost hub spacing and a clever high/low chip that alters the bike's bottom bracket height allows you to run the stock 27.5+ wheelset or change to 29ers for extra speed and precision. Bike handling characteristics remain optimized no matter which wheel size you choose, thanks to a flip of the chip. The Hightower Carbon CC XX1 comes equipped with a Fox 36 150mm fork, Fox Float Factory DPS Kashima shock, and SRAM X01 Eagle drivetrain for uncompromising performance no matter where you ride. For the Carbon CC frame, Santa Cruz used a slightly higher priced carbon to reduce frame weight.
Specialized S-Works Stumpjumper 29
$10,000.00
No-nonsense, unadulterated XC speed—that's what Specialized's S-Works Stumpjumper 29 brings to the dirt. Its heart is a feathery S-Works FACT-carbon frame, which absolutely flies uphill and boasts race-proven geometry for the trip back down, while the rear features a hardtail design with razor thin seatstays that blend maximum pedaling efficiency with added compliance. Enhancing the incredible frame is Brain-controlled, 95mm-travel RockShox RS-1 fork that sports an inverted design and offers superior stiffness, while behaving with more sensitivity to small bumps and more control over larger hits. Drivetrain duties are handled by the revolutionary Shimano XTR Di2 11-speed groupset, the first ever electronic mountain groupset, which provides unparalleled shift precision, reliability, and accuracy, making it the secret weapon in any racer's arsenal. Featherweight Roval carbon wheels make you feel like you're cheating, and wonderfully light, powerful Shimano XTR disc brakes have modulation to spare. Not stopping there, you get a world-class S-Works carbon seatpost, a carbon-railed Phenom saddle and tubeless S-Works Fast Trak tires. Is this one of the fastest bikes on Earth? Specialized Factory riders think so, and they back it up with endless podium spots.
Santa Cruz Tallboy XX1 Carbon CC 27+
$7,999.99 - $9,999.99
If hardtails are the sheep of cross country mountain biking, the Santa Cruz Tallboy 27+ Carbon CC XX1 is a wolf on their heels. With new frame tweaks that increase its trail chops, you'll be stoked to discover where the new Tallboy can take you. On steep and rocky descents, the relaxed 68-degree head angle combined with plush 2.8-inch tires and 130mm fork urge you to charge harder, and a shortened rear end and more progressive shock tune provide snappy acceleration and a playful feel over smooth, rolling singletrack. For increased control through high-speed turns, the lowered bottom bracket height drops the center of gravity and gives the Tallboy a planted feel. Versatility continues with the ability to run the stock 27.5+ wheelset or 29-inch thanks to Boost hub spacing and a chip that changes the geometry depending on which configuration you choose. For the Tallboy CC XX1+, Santa Cruz jumps to Eagle territory with SRAM's 1 x 12-speed drivetrain. A Fox 34 Float Factory 130mm fork and Float Factory DPS Kashima rear shock are plenty capable, and wide rims create a generous tire profile for ripping through loose, sketchy trail.
Specialized  S-Works Epic XTR Di2
$9,999.99
With more World Championship titles, Olympic medals, and Cape Epic wins than you can count, you may be wondering, "Can the Epic really get any better?" Well, we're glad you asked, because with a completely new geometry, redesigned Brain, and a new frame layup, the all-new S-Works Epic goes from jet fighter to rocket ship—making it the fastest XC bike on the planet. Race courses have evolved over the past few years. They're more technical, steeper, and simply more challenging to ride. But instead of quivering in our boots, we saw this as an opportunity to make something special—something that both World Cup athletes and XC riders alike can instantly feel the benefit from. We looked at the sum of parts that make a bike handle well, like the head angle, reach, stack, chainstay length, fork offset, etc., and reevaluated all of it. Increasing the reach made a bike that was more stable at speed and generally more comfortable to ride. Dropper posts? Yep, those fit, and not just a short-travel XC option, but full-length droppers that fit in the 30.9mm seat tube. Head angle? We slacked that out, but not without evaluating the overall handling package. It now lands on a custom offset, 42mm fork that works with the slacker head angle in order to behave itself in tight corners and through switchbacks. Next comes the redesigned Brain technology, Brain 2.0. The Brain changed the way the bike world looked at suspension, both its inefficiencies and benefits alike. And oh was it good. It won races and put a flag in the ground for us as a true leader in innovation and suspension development, but we knew that we could make it better. Simple physics told us that, by moving the Brain closer to the rear axle, it would be in the most sensitive spot. And after countless hours with the RockShox team, the new Brain became more than just a slight upgrade. It's totally new. Now, it reacts seamlessly to bump forces, it has much more consistent damping performance, and finally, it integrates the hoses into the suspension links. This, in turn, improves oil paths, and it creates an incredibly sleek package that outperforms anything on the market. The new Epic also gets a serious upgrade in the stiffness department. The Rider-First Engineered tubes place complex carbon pieces in all the right places, which greatly increases stiffness in the front end for a vast improvement in ride quality and control. To go along with this, each frame size has size-specific tubes that result in the stiffest, best riding XC bike we've ever developed—no matter the frame size. And while stiffness, Brain technology, and geometry features are cool and all, we know what you're thinking, "What about weight?" We're glad you asked. With the goal of the new Epic to be the fastest XC mountain bike we've ever made, weight was at the top of our priorities list. We started with an efficient frame layout and tube shapes that feature clean cable routing, integrated channels through the shock extension, straight tubes with less curves, and optimized torsion profiles in every section. And, if you're curious, this weight savings is equivalent to shedding a chainstay and shock extension from the previous Epic—nearly 350 grams. For this S-Works model, the build spares no expense with a custom RockShox SID World Cup fork, Shimano XTR Di2 shifting, a Race Face Next SL G4 crankset, and hand-built, featherweight Roval Control SL wheels. - S-Works FACT 12m carbon fiber frame is the best combination of stiffness, strength, and light overall weight, resulting in the utmost efficiency and speed. Meanwhile, the new geometry, RockShox Brain shock, and 100mm of travel, make the Epic the best handling, fastest XC bike you've ever been on. - Our custom RockShox SID WC fork with Brain features a full-carbon upper, top-adjust Brain fade, and a custom offset, making it the perfect match to the new Epic. - XTR Di2 handles the shifting, effortlessly floating through gears with precision and accuracy.
Specialized S-Works Roubaix eTap
$9,999.99
Specialized has been saying it for years—smoother is faster. But with the all-new S-Works Roubaix with SRAM eTap, this philosophy is taken to new, remarkable heights. Thanks to Specialized's FACT carbon frameset and the all-new Future Shock suspension system at the cockpit, you are treated to a revolutionary degree of comfort and control. The cutting-edge frame is paired with an S-Works Roubaix Disc fork that is built from Specialized's top-end FACT 11r carbon fiber for supreme stiffness, strength, and reactivity, while a thru-axle design bolsters all of the above. The feathery Roval CLX 32 carbon disc wheels soar up the climbs, and provide stable, confident handling on descents. The bike is equipped with SRAM's RED eTap 11-speed drivetrain, that provides a glimpse into the future of shifting; the shifters communicate wirelessly with the front and rear derailleurs for a ground-breaking level of performance, while offering new, intuitive shift capabilities. The powerful SRAM RED hydraulic disc brakes deliver fantastic all-conditions stopping power and speed modulation. Plus, Specialized's Phenom GT saddle, S-Works CG-R carbon seatpost, and plush components invite you to add more miles to every ride.
Specialized S-Works Ruby eTap
$9,999.99
Specialized has known for years that smoother is indeed faster, but until the S-Works Ruby with SRAM eTap came along, we had no idea just how right they were. The frame is constructed from their top-end FACT 11r carbon fiber and is among the lightest that they've ever made. Its stiffness levels are also off the charts, and compared to the SL4 iteration of yesteryear, you'll experience a whole new, faster, and more efficient geometry. The S-Works Ruby Disc fork is also built from their FACT 11r carbon, offering supreme stiffness, strength, and reactivity, while a thru-axle design bolsters all of the above. The suspension up front is called Future Shock, and it's a piston in the head tube with 20mm of travel. Specialized developed this technology in partnership with McLaren Applied Technologies, and the results are a host of drastic performance improvements. They found that focusing on vertical compliance, instead of fork splay, improved smoothness, speed, and comfort in one fell swoop. The carbon Roval CLX 32 wheels spin up quickly and hold your line in the corners, while the Specialized tires inspire confidence everywhere. Lastly, it has been outfitted with SRAM's revolutionary RED eTap 11-speed drivetrain that provides a glimpse into the future of shifting; the shifters communicate wirelessly with the front and rear derailleurs for a ground-breaking level of performance, while offering new, intuitive shift capabilities. The SRAM RED hydraulic disc brakes provide peerless speed modulation. A whole host of women's-specific comfort features and a plush CG-R FACT carbon seatpost round out the build on this sleek, cutting-edge machine.
Specialized S-Works Tarmac Ultralight
$9,999.99
Specialized promises that the S-Works Tarmac Ultralight is without a doubt, the fastest race bike you've ever ridden. To get the weight below 800 grams for the latest iteration, Specialized utilized advanced aerospace composite optimization software to revolutionize the construction and layup of their new FACT 12r carbon. The material optimization has allowed them to shed nearly 200 grams. In their search to save every last gram, the S-Works Tarmac Ultralight also uses a newly developed paint finish that further reduces weight. In combination with their improved preparation process, it achieves a paint job that has the same weight as nine gummy bears, or 10 grams. And while stiffness aids in the aforementioned, compliance must also be utilized for an optimal ride quality. That's why they designed a seatpost that builds compliance into the upper 120mm where clamping doesn't happen, dropped the seatstays, and altered the seat tube shape. They also added tire clearance up to 30mm, which translates to a 28mm Turbo Cotton on a Roval CLX 50 wheel. This allows lower pressures for decreased rolling resistance, increased traction, and more comfort. Altogether, these additions still have the Tarmac riding like a true race-machine, but just takes a bit of the sting out of those road imperfections. Specialized knows that aerodynamics are the most important thing they can do to make you faster. Both Bora-Hansgrohe and Team Quick Step Floors Pro Tour riders, after all, are demanding aero improvements on every bike. With this, the aero goal was to discover where they could essentially "add aero for free," by not taking anything away from the hallmarks of the Tarmac design. During the six-month iterative process, three areas were discovered where they could do this—a new fork shape, dropped seatstays with aero tubes, and a d-shaped seatpost and seat tube. The result? A bike that's approximately 45 seconds faster over 40km compared to other lightweight bikes in the same category. A speed savings that you'll feel when you're attacking off the front of the peloton. This featherweight Tarmac comes spec'd with the ultimate lightweight package—Shimano's Dura-Ace 9150 Di2 groupset, eecycleworks eebrake Dual Mount direct mount brakes, and featherweight Roval CLX 32s with 26mm Turbo Cotton tires. - Featuring Rider-First Engineered design that ensures every frame size has the same legendary climbing responsiveness and descending prowess you'd expect from a Tarmac. The S-Works FACT 12r frameset is their highest quality carbon frame, offering the ideal blend of light overall weight and targeted stiffness. - S-Works full FACT carbon fork with a tapered construction provides incredible front end stiffness and steering response for instantaneous accelerations and high-speed descents. - A 52/36T S-Works carbon fiber crankset delivers the ultimate in power delivery, with a chainring grouping that's equally suited to big alpine climbs as it is to throwing down the gauntlet on the flats.
Felt Bicycles Decree FRD
$9,999.00
Become a king of the trail with Felt's all-mountain carbon beast, the Decree FRD. This light, stiff, and durable frame features Felt's top-of-the-line UHC Ultimate + Textreme carbon layup, and floats on RockShox suspension components with a 150mm Pike RCT3 fork and 140mm Monarch Plus RC3 rear shock for all your hard-charging antics. The Decree FRD rolls on 27.5-inch DT Swiss carbon wheels wrapped in beefy Schwalbe rubber for quick acceleration out of turns and confident tracking when things get dicey, and it's propelled by SRAM's efficient XX1 1x11 drivetrain mated to a Race Face Next SL crankset for maximum versatility when it comes to customizing your rig. No trail bike would be complete without a dropper seatpost, and RockShox lets you pop, drop, and flow with the smooth Reverb Stealth. With an Easton Haven carbon bar, aluminum Haven stem, and WTB SL8 carbon saddle, you're ready to rock right out the door.
BMC Roadmachine 01 TWO
$9,499.99
Who said you couldn’t have it all? Due to the ultimate advancements in a re-Tuned Compliance Concept, this bike challenges the traditional road bike categories. From axle to axle, the new Roadmachine delivers sleek, integrated technologies and hints at free speed from every angle. It is lightweight, fast, and incredibly integrated. Brilliant pedaling efficiency and the ideal level of compliance for legendary days of riding leave you with no doubts; this bike has it all. SRAM'S Red eTap drivetrain provides simple, elegant, and flawless electronic shifting while SRAM Red eTap hydraulic disc brakes deliver powerful all-weather speed control. Carbon DT Swiss wheels are light, stiff, and leave your competitors in your dust. Handlebars by 3T, BMC components, and a sleek Fizik saddle keep your contact points dialed throughout your journey.
Specialized Turbo Levo Men's S-Works FSR 6Fattie/29
$9,499.99
If it wasn't for the faint glimpse of green LEDs flashing through the forest as you send it down through the trees, you'd surely forget that you were riding an e-MTB, which is exactly what makes the S-Works Turbo Levo FSR 6Fattie/29 so much different than all the others. It's a trail bike, just with a little extra oomph. With it, you get the most advanced carbon technologies and engineering that come with all of our S-Works bikes, along with all of the hallmarks that our trail bikes are known for. This means that you get a 650-gram weight savings when compared to the alloy Levo, a roomy top tube for an easy fit and more control, ultra-short chainstays for nimble handling, and a low bottom bracket that makes the bike feel glued to the trail. Then comes a full FACT 11m carbon frame (both the chassis and rear end) and efficient and powerful Turbo technology, integrating a battery, and a new Specialized 1.3 motor that delivers 15% more power than the previous version. This also delivers a sizeable increase in efficiency, while our exclusive Rx Trail Tune at the motor smoothly and quietly brings this additional power to the pedals, making climbing the steepest of trails nearly effortless. Of course, the output is fully adjustable to conserve energy, as well, while the custom motor is also the only one on the market that features instant pedal engagement, so you get immediate power the moment you need it, and consistent torque throughout the entire cadence range. At the battery, you'll find that it's fully integrated with the down tube and easily removable for quick charging or swaps. It has a lengthy lifespan for hitting long, out of the way trails and, along with the motor, it's strategically placed for optimal weight distribution. You'll also find our Mission Control App for full control of the Turbo technology, an integrated Trail Display with all of the ride metrics you need, a Trail Remote that lets your easily switch between modes without removing your hands from the bars, and a power meter that shows exactly how much power you're putting out vs. the motor. This version also has a top-of-the-line build kit, with a 150mm Ohlins RXF36 fork, SRAM Code RSC brakes, and a SRAM XX1 groupset controlling shift and drivetrain duties. It also features our carbon Roval Traverse 38 SL Fattie wheel system that decreases deflection and dramatically increases traction, floatation, and fun over the trail. This system also allows you the opportunity to toggle between 29-inch wheels (not included) and 6Fattie wheels, allowing the ultimate in configuration options for the trail at hand. - The S-Works Turbo Levo FSR frame is constructed entirely of FACT 11m carbon fiber, making it not only lightweight but also remarkably stiff and responsive. The design includes our Trail 6Fattie Geometry that includes a low bottom bracket, roomy top tube, and short chainstays. Cable routing is all internal, including that of the Command Post IR, while the battery is fully integrated in the down tube and the motor is secured by a forged brace mount. - The custom Specialized 1.3 Rx Trail-tuned motor is built for the Levo and features a 15% power increase and a significant efficiency increase compared to the Specialized 1.2 motor. This successfully places it at the top of e-bike motor technology. It has many other features that no other e-bike can touch, like instant engagement, fantastic heat management, a double freewheel design that disengages the gear box when you hit top speed, and silent, smooth, and consistent output—even at max power. - The Specialized M1-504 battery features an integrated Trail Display and ANT+/Bluetooth module with Mission Control App connectivity. It also houses 504Wh of trail-taming juice, and it's neatly integrated into the down tube.
Specialized S-Works Epic XX1 Eagle
$9,499.99
Fast and flat, rowdy and technical, punchy and hard—no matter the course, the S-Works Epic with SRAM XX1 Eagle is the best tool to get you to the top of the podium. Its design is all-new, and boy, oh boy is it fast. Race courses have evolved over the past few years. They're more technical, steeper, and simply more challenging to ride. But instead of quivering in our boots, we saw this as an opportunity to make something special—something that both World Cup athletes and XC riders alike can instantly feel the benefit from. We looked at the sum of parts that make a bike handle well, like the head angle, reach, stack, chainstay length, fork offset, etc., and reevaluated all of it. Increasing the reach made a bike that was more stable at speed and generally more comfortable to ride. Dropper posts? Yep, those fit, and not just a short- travel XC option, but full-length droppers that fit in the 30.9mm seat tube. Head angle? We slacked that out, but not without evaluating the overall handling package. It now lands on a custom offset, 42mm fork that works with the slacker head angle in order to behave itself in tight corners and through switchbacks. Next comes the redesigned Brain technology, Brain 2.0. The Brain changed the way the bike world looked at suspension, both its inefficiencies and benefits alike. And oh was it good. It won races and put a flag in the ground for us as a true leader in innovation and suspension development, but we knew that we could make it better. Simple physics told us that, by moving the Brain closer to the rear axle, it would be in the most sensitive spot. And after countless hours with the RockShox team, the new Brain became more than just a slight upgrade. It's totally new. Now, it reacts seamlessly to bump forces, it has much more consistent damping performance, and finally, it integrates the hoses into the suspension links. This, in turn, improves oil paths, and it creates an incredibly sleek package that outperforms anything on the market. The new Epic also gets a serious upgrade in the stiffness department. The Rider-First Engineered tubes place complex carbon pieces in all the right places, which greatly increases stiffness in the front end for a vast improvement in ride quality and control. To go along with this, each frame size has size- specific tubes that result in the stiffest, best riding XC bike we've ever developed — no matter the frame size. And while stiffness, Brain technology, and geometry features are cool and all, we know what you're thinking, "What about weight?" We're glad you asked. With the goal of the new Epic to be the fastest XC mountain bike we've ever made, weight was at the top of our priorities list. We started with an efficient frame layout and tube shapes that feature clean cable routing, integrated channels through the shock extension, straight tubes with less curves, and optimized torsion profiles in every section. And, if you're curious, this weight savings is equivalent to shedding a chainstay and shock extension from the previous Epic — nearly 350 grams. For this S-Works model, we spared no expense with the build, so it features a custom RockShox SID World Cup fork, a 12-speed SRAM XX1 Eagle groupset, powerful SRAM Level Ultimate brakes, and hand-built, featherweight Roval Control SL wheels. - S-Works FACT 12m carbon fiber frame is the best combination of stiffness, strength, and light overall weight, resulting in the utmost efficiency and speed. Meanwhile, the new geometry, RockShox Brain shock, and 100mm of travel, make the Epic the best handling, fastest XC bike you've ever been on. - Our custom RockShox SID WC fork with Brain features a full-carbon upper, top-adjust Brain fade, and a custom offset, making it the perfect match to the new Epic. - SRAM XX1 Eagle bits handle the shifting duties, providing a wide range of useable gears that make climbing and descending equally doable.
Specialized S-Works Women's Epic
$9,499.99
Sure, there are other "fast" XC bikes out there, but you'd be hard-pressed to find one with all the features of the new Women's S-Works Epic. With a Rider- First Engineered™ design, refined and improved Brain suspension, and a redesigned frame, the Women's S-Works Epic is the fastest, most capable, and best fitting women's XC bike we've ever created. Race courses have evolved over the past few years. They're more technical, steeper, and simply more challenging to ride. But instead of quivering in our boots, we saw this as an opportunity to make something special—something that both World Cup athletes and XC riders alike can instantly feel the benefit from. We looked at the sum of parts that make a bike handle well, like the head angle, reach, stack, chainstay length, fork offset, etc., and reevaluated all of it. Increasing the reach made a bike that was more stable at speed and generally more comfortable to ride. Dropper posts? Yep, those fit, and not just a short- travel XC option, but full-length droppers that fit in the 30.9mm seat tube. Head angle? We slacked that out, but not without evaluating the overall handling package. It now lands on a custom offset, 42mm fork that works with the slacker head angle in order to behave itself in tight corners and through switchbacks. Next comes the redesigned Brain technology, Brain 2.0. The Brain changed the way the bike world looked at suspension, both its inefficiencies and benefits alike. And oh was it good. It won races and put a flag in the ground for us as a true leader in innovation and suspension development, but we knew that we could make it better. Simple physics told us that, by moving the Brain closer to the rear axle, it would be in the most sensitive spot. And after countless hours with the RockShox team, the new Brain became more than just a slight upgrade. It's totally new. Now, it reacts seamlessly to bump forces, it has much more consistent damping performance, and finally, it integrates the hoses into the suspension links. This, in turn, improves oil paths, and it creates an incredibly sleek package that outperforms anything on the market. The new Women's Epic also gets a serious upgrade in the stiffness department. The Rider-First Engineered tubes place complex carbon pieces in all the right places, which greatly increases stiffness in the front end for a vast improvement in ride quality and control. To go along with this, each frame size has size-specific tubes that result in the stiffest, best riding XC bike we've ever developed—no matter the frame size. And while stiffness, Brain technology, and geometry features are cool and all, we know what you're thinking, "What about weight?" We're glad you asked. With the goal of the new Epic to be the fastest XC mountain bike we've ever made, weight was at the top of our priorities list. We started with an efficient frame layout and tube shapes that feature clean cable routing, integrated channels through the shock extension, straight tubes with less curves, and optimized torsion profiles in every section. And, if you're curious, this weight savings is equivalent to shedding a chainstay and shock extension from the previous Epic —nearly 350 grams. For the S-Works model, the build spares no expense, with a custom RockShox SID World Cup fork with our exclusive Brain technology, a rear RockShox Brain shock at the rear that's custom-tuned for women, a 12-speed SRAM XX1 Eagle groupset, powerful SRAM Level Ultimate brakes, and hand- built, featherweight Roval Control SL carbon fiber wheels. - S-Works FACT 12m carbon fiber frame is the best combination of stiffness, strength, and light overall weight, resulting in the utmost efficiency and speed. Meanwhile, the new geometry, RockShox Brain shock, and 100mm of travel, make the Epic the best handling, fastest XC bike you've ever been on. - Our custom RockShox SID WC fork with Brain features a full-carbon upper, top-adjust Brain fade, and a custom offset, making it the perfect match to the new Epic. - SRAM XX1 Eagle bits handle the shifting duties, providing a wide range of usable gears that make climbing and descending equally doable.
Juliana Strega CC XX1
$8,199.99 - $9,399.99
The Strega reaches deep into the darkest corners of women’s mountain biking at the highest level. It is a bike without an equal in the market, because few dare to tread where this outsider plays. More agile and versatile than a Santa Cruz V10, more composed at speed and on steeps than a Roubion, the Strega launches straight into the no- woman’s land of a 170mm travel bike. The lower-link mounted shock creates the most progressive VPP platform in the Juliana line-up. That means there’s a consistent feel throughout the shock stroke... the kind of feel you’d expect from a DH bike. And even with a gravity oriented 65 degree head angle, Strega’s geometry still delivers a ride that’s as spellbinding on big trail days as it is on big park days. Juliana's trademark attention to detail can be found all over the Strega, too — including suspension tuned appropriately for the anticipated rider, crazy low standover heights, and frame size-specific dropper posts. Juliana is founded upon a drive to meet the demands of the most committed female outdoor athletes and the Strega proves that sentiment. It's possibly the most niche bike they've ever produced, but those who know, know that the wickedest of good times lie out there on the fringes. Carbon CC XX1 build highlights: - Carbon CC frame - Rock Shox Super Deluxe RCT shock - SRAM XX1 Eagle derailleur - SRAM Code RSC brakes, 180mm Avid centerline rotors - SRAM XX1 Eagle, 32t cranks Additional features: - Bolt-on shuttle guard and downtube protector guard your bike's paint against wayward rocks and tailgate pads - Completely up to date and fully-featured: Boost 148 rear spacing reduces frame flex, ISCG-05 tabs let you bolt on a chainguide and molded rubber frame protectors reduce rattles and keep your frame pristine - Durable, double-sealed pivots and a nearly bombproof frame, backed by a Lifetime Frame & Pivot Bearing Warranty - Easy to build and maintain—equipped with clean, no-hassle internal routing for derailleurs and dropper posts
Santa Cruz Nomad XX1 Carbon CC
$8,199.99 - $9,399.99
Santa Cruz's Nomad Carbon CC XX1 reputation is built on consistently pushing the envelope of how DH a bike can get while still remaining usable on most trails. The fourth generation design sees a dramatic shift to the lower-link mounted shock configuration. This is the first time that learnings from years of V10 development have translated across trail bikes. The shock rate is now almost completely linear—which means feather-light small bump sensitivity right off the bat, a supportive midstroke and overall progression that you'd normally only experience on a DH bike. To keep the gravity vibe going they've ensured the Nomad can run both standard metric coil shocks and lighter air units to suit any preference. Full shock compatibility creates challenges when trying to cram everything into the precious bottom bracket area. But the continued evolution of Santa Cruz carbon tech means they're able to create a svelte, strong, swingarm/front triangle combo that's as much art as it is engineering. Santa Cruz even managed to squeeze in a flip-chip feature on the lower link too. Think of the high setting as "regular", the way the bike's mostly meant to be ridden, and the low setting as being closer to full on DH status. To handle all this new-found capability the geometry has adapted too. It's longer and lower-slung than ever to ensure maximum stability and confidence on absolutely everything. The XX1 build steps-up performance with a SRAM Eagle 12-speed drivetrain.
Santa Cruz Bronson XX1 Carbon CC
$8,099.99 - $9,299.99
What can't you do on a Bronson? You can’t give in, because going hard sweetens the reward. Every drop of sweat, every speck of mud on your face, every battle scar—it all shows your dedication to giving it your best on every ride. Bronson satisfies the need to roam with 150mm of revamped VPP travel that creams crusty sections of trail while retaining a lively, playful feel throughout the travel stroke. The new link design and Boost axle spacing enhance lateral stiffness, while shortened rear chain stays, a longer front-center, and steeper seat tube angle offer increased maneuverability and pedaling efficiency for all-day, all-terrain jaunts in the backcountry. A Fox 36 F150 fork and Fox Float Factory DPX Kashima shock keep the tires planted when you need them, and SRAM Guide brakes paired with 180mm rotors provide plenty of stopping power on point-and-shoot descents. The XX1 build takes you into the 12-speed realm of SRAM Eagle power transmission with the XX1 Eagle carbon cranks and XX1 Eagle derailleur. For the Bronson CC, Santa Cruz used a slightly more expensive carbon fiber to reduce frame weight.
Santa Cruz Hightower 29 XX1 Carbon CC
$8,099.99 - $9,299.99
With 135mm of Santa Cruz' proven VPP suspension design and a slacked-out 67-degree head angle, the Hightower shifts the 29er paradigm toward aggressive trail bike standards. Short chainstays and a spacious cockpit ramp-up the fun when railing technical descents and put you in a powerful position for blazing uphill battles. Santa Cruz didn't stop with simple updates in frame design to up this big-wheeler's appeal, though. Adding Boost hub spacing and a clever high/low chip that alters the bike's bottom bracket height allows you to run the stock 29er wheelset or change to 27.5+ for extra float and traction in sketchy conditions. Bike handling characteristics remain optimized no matter which wheel size you choose thanks to a flip of the chip. The Hightower Carbon CC XX1 comes equipped with a Fox 36 140mm fork, Fox Float Factory DPS Kashima shock, and a 12-speed SRAM XX1 Eagle drivetrain for uncompromising performance no matter where you ride. For the Carbon CC frame, Santa Cruz used a slightly higher priced carbon to reduce frame weight.
Santa Cruz Hightower LT XX1 Carbon CC
$8,099.99 - $9,299.99
Santa Cruz's Hightower LT Carbon CC XX1 is made to go fast, give you a bigger margin of error, and take on the biggest mountains in the world. With a whopping 150mm of Santa Cruz' proven VPP suspension design and a slacked-out 66.4-degree head angle, the Hightower LT is designed for maximum speed in the biggest mountains. It’s truly race-bred, its design the result of the demands of racing at the EWS, Crankworx, and Andes Pacifico. Short chainstays and a spacious cockpit ramp-up the fun when railing technical descents while putting you in a powerful position for blazing uphill battles. The increased travel means the reach is slightly (7mm) shorter than the standard Hightower, the head angle a half-degree slacker, and the seat angle a half-degree slacker, as well. The rear triangle retains the dual upright design, but adds a post-mount rear brake. The Hightower LT Carbon CC XX1 comes equipped with a 150mm-travel Fox 36 Factory fork, Fox Float Factory DPX Kashima shock and 12-speed SRAM XX1 Eagle drivetrain that offers solid performance in a wallet friendly package.
Santa Cruz 5010 XX1 Carbon CC
$7,999.99 - $9,199.99
Let the trail be your guide on the 5010 Carbon CC from Santa Cruz. The 5010 is built for all-day backcountry adventures with 130mm of VPP travel, a short rear-end, and low bottom bracket that come together to create a playful trail bike that isn't afraid to traverse the unknown. The 67-degree head angle and longer front-center offer precise steering control on fast descents, and a lower bottom bracket height lets you climb and change course with mountain goat agility. The XX1 build features pinnacle components from SRAM, including a 1 x 12-speed Eagle drivetrain for the ultimate in mountain bike simplicity. A Fox Float Factory Kashima shock and Fox 34 Float Factory fork enable confidence when ripping through tight, rocky singletrack. For the 5010 CC, Santa Cruz used a slightly more expensive carbon fiber to reduce frame weight by half a pound, and with the optioned Santa Cruz carbon wheelset you're looking at a truly featherweight mountain bike experience.
Santa Cruz Tallboy 29 XX1 Carbon CC
$7,999.99 - $9,199.99
If hardtails are the sheep of cross country mountain biking, the Santa Cruz Tallboy is a wolf on their heels. With new frame tweaks that increase its trail chops, you'll be stoked to discover where the new Tallboy can take you. On steep and rocky descents, the relaxed 68-degree head angle and 120mm fork urge you to charge harder, and a shortened rear end and more progressive shock tune provide snappy acceleration and a playful feel over smooth, rolling singletrack. For increased control through high-speed turns, the lowered bottom bracket height drops the center of gravity and gives the Tallboy a planted feel. Versatility continues with the ability to run the stock 29er wheelset or 27.5+ thanks to Boost hub spacing and a chip that changes the geometry depending on which configuration you choose. For the Tallboy CC XX1, Santa Cruz jumps to Eagle territory with SRAM's 1x12 drivetrain. A Fox 34 Float Factory fork and Float Factory DPS Kashima rear shock keep the tires where they belong, and an optioned Santa Cruz Reserve carbon wheelset ups the bling factor while keeping overall weight down. This CC-level carbon frame is every bit as stiff and strong as their C-level frames, but shaves off weight in key areas of the frame.
Specialized S-Works Diverge
$8,999.99
While the fun may begin where the road ends, you still need a bike that'll get you there—one bike that shreds singletrack and crushes through road miles with equal expertise. Sure, some have tried to make their 'cross bikes more "road-capable" (whatever that means), and others have made their road bikes more "adventure-ready," but we created one bike that makes no compromises between the two. The S-Works Diverge redefines the possibilities for adventure on a drop-bar-bike. The S-Works Diverge frame will comfortably fit up to 700x42mm tires with plenty of room for mud, too. Weight was a large factor in the development, so Specialized took some design cues from the Roubaix with a sub 900-gram FACT 11r carbon frame that's one of the lightest in the category. Actually, it's pretty damn light, even if your intent was more Polka Dot Jersey than hunter's plaid flannel. Specialized opted for a new Open Road Geometry. We know what you're thinking, "it's just another marketing term," but they truly did develop an entirely new geometry. Think of it as a road version of modern trail bike geometry. It provides playful handling and predictable steering for endless dirt skids and mid-corner drifts. The geo features a bottom bracket that's over a half-centimeter lower than the previous Diverge, a slacked-out head tube angle, short chainstays, and a short wheelbase. These changes make for a bike that's not only fun in the dirt, but also performs well on the road. There's only so much that wider tires with lower pressures can absorb, so Specialized implemented a new version of the Future Shock into the Diverge design. It not only soaks up bumps with ease, but provides extremely predictable handling. That's because the wheelbase isn't lengthening when you hit a bump, so the front end of the Diverge keeps the same effective head tube angle. In other words, when you dive hard into a turn, you won't be surprised by under steer or sloppy handling. Unlike the original Future Shock, the Diverge's version features a progressive spring that makes this technology more suitable for off-road applications, where stiffer suspension is often needed to soak-up larger bumps and obstacles. Specialized topped it off with three water bottle mounts, mounts for racks and fenders, and their Road SWAT kit that fits a tube, CO2, CO2 head, valve extender, and money clip. So while it's one of the most smile-inducing bikes you'll ever ride, it's equally adept at commuting or even bikepacking. For the S-Works Diverge, they handpicked the spec for the lightest, most unique build on an adventure bike. They left the shifting and braking up to Shimano, but did so in a non-traditional way. Specialized paired an XTR Di2 derailleur with R785 Di2 shifters and hydraulic-disc brakes. Then they added an Easton EC90 SL Carbon crankset, featherweight Roval CLX 32 Disc wheels, and topped it off with their carbon Command Post XCP that features 35mm of travel.
Felt Bicycles Decree FRD
$8,999.00
As with all FRD-level models, the Decree FRD (Felt Racing Development) represents the pinnacle of Felt's trail bike lineup. Felt engineers developed the ideal carbon layup for trail riding that features UHC Ultimate + TeXtreme carbon fiber, delivering a light, stiff, and incredibly durable frame. Felt’s FAST suspension technology provides incredibly efficient suspension, made even better by the RockShox Pike RCT3 Solo Air fork. A lightweight and incredibly smooth-shifting 12-speed SRAM XX1 drivetrain pairs impeccably with the Race Face Next-R tubeless-ready wheelset and Maxxis Minion tires. For the paramount trail bike, there’s only one option: Decree FRD.
Felt Bicycles Edict FRD
$8,999.00
Pedal into a world of no limits aboard Felt's remarkable Edict FRD. The core of this awe-inspiring cross country rocket is its ultralight UHC Ultimate + Textreme carbon frame with 100mm of RockShox-driven FAST rear suspension. Its tapered head tube leads to the XC gold standard RockShox RS1 inverted fork that slices corners hard and fast thanks to Predictive Steering technology. As if that weren't enough, SRAM supplies big, 29-inch rolling stock with carbon XRC1200 rims that practically float uphill. And, SRAM's game-changing XX1 Eagle components grace the Edict FRD from the crisp shifters to the wide-range, intricately machined 12-speed cassette. We're not done yet. You've also got a carbon bar and seatpost, and SRAM Level Ultimate disc brakes to coalesce this speed monster into a ride that will have you leaving your limits behind!
Felt Bicycles Edict FRD
$8,999.00
The Edict FRD is the pinnacle of Felt’s mountain bike engineering. Featuring Felt’s legendary FAST suspension platform and a no-holds-barred philosophy on frame design, the Edict FRD is the ultimate XC race bike. Its proprietary UHC Ultimate + TeXtreme carbon fiber construction yields the lightest, stiffest frame in the Edict family. Equipped with a RockShox SID World Cup fork, RockShox Deluxe RT shock, a SRAM XX1 12-speed Eagle drivetrain, and DT Swiss XRC1200 wheels, the Edict FRD was built to deliver you to the top of the mountain and the top step of the podium.
Felt Bicycles FR1
$8,999.00
Felt's FR1 does one thing very well: win. Utilizing Felt's Ultra Hybrid Composite Advanced + TeXtreme carbon, this pro-level ride is stiff under power, super smooth, and fantastically light. Every tube has been optimized in size and shape to maximize speed and minimize weight. Matched with Felt's tapered carbon fork, the FR1 delivers an incredibly balanced feel. Its featherweight SRAM RED eTap electronic drivetrain glides effortlessly through 22 gears for quiet and accurate shifting, while Mavic carbon Ksyrium Pro SL wheels wrapped in racy Mavic 25c tires let you destroy climb after climb. The rest of the FR1 is built with components carefully chosen to maximize speed and efficiency, including 3T's feathery handlebar, stem, and seatpost.
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