Closeout Mountain Bikes
$4,499.99 $5,599.99 20% Off
If you ask us, it's been too long since hardtails got their world shaken up. Well, our all-new Epic Hardtail Pro does just that. New geometry, crazy-low frame weight, and a build from the racing gods—this bike is ready to shatter the mold. In order to create one of the lightest frames we've ever made (around 1175 grams if you're curious), we built the entire frame from our superlative FACT 11m carbon fiber, and then we took some cues from our road bikes. We borrowed the Rider-First Engineered concept that originated with the Tarmac. Now, the frame design applies specificity to every tube size and carbon layup for every frame size. This creates the optimal balance of rigidity, weight, and responsiveness, so every frame, regardless of size, performs just as we intended. We've also tweaked the geometry for more speed and stability by slacking-out the head tube, lengthening the top tube, and correcting the seat tube angle. This way, it feels more planted then ever, and frankly, it's stupid fast. We also widened the rear spacing to 12x148mm and included internal split-housing cable routing. For the build, the Epic Hardtail Pro hits right on the money, opting for a custom-tuned RockShox SID fork with Brain, SRAM X01 Eagle 12-speed shifting, and hand-built Roval Control Pro Carbon wheels. - By pairing a FACT 11m carbon fiber frame with our XC 29 Geometry, this Epic places a focus on revolutionary tube angles and light overall weight for explosive speed and nimble handling on the race circuit. - The Custom RockShox SID 29 w/ Brain fork provides 90/100mm of efficient travel. It features Brain technology that distinguishes between terrain and rider input in order to maximize your power, while a Brain Fade adjusts the oil flow when not hitting bumps. - SRAM's 12-speed X01 Eagle groupset features a wide gear range that delivers climbing and descending efficiency in spades. On top of this, the one-by setup is notorious for being next to impossible to drop a chain with, plus it provides a significant weight savings in comparison to a standard 2x setup.
$4,999.99 $6,099.99 18% Off
Don't miss your chance to get this limited edition custom Stumpjumper. Features: - Fox Factory Kashima Coated Shocks (Front 150mm, 36) - Roval Carbon Wheels - Sram GX Eagle 12-Speed
$5,624.25 $7,499.00 25% Off
This frame is molded out of carbon fiber, with a carbon fiber rear triangle to boot. Shaping is extensive, working to maximize torsional stiffness at the bottom bracket and head tube, while still keeping the bike light. This Speedfox includes a new technology called Trailsync. It’s a cable-actuated handlebar-mounted lever system that simultaneously drops the seatpost and opens up the rear suspension. Ride with your saddle high and suspension firm for the climbs and flats, drop it a bit for rough stuff, drop it all the way when letting it all hang out at high speed. The drop is 80mm for the Small. There’s a stop 35mm down before dropping the whole way. And when you let go, it comes up fast, and you’re ready to go in a flash. BMC routes the cable internally to both the shock and the post. The post itself is an alloy mast with a post-topper similar to what you find on seat-masted road bikes. You cut the mast to get close to the right size, and then fine-tune with the topper clamp. Travel for the bike is 130mm for the frames that fit 650b wheels. The travel is controlled by BMC’s proven Advanced Pivot System (APS), which features an aluminum rocker and sag indicators, so you can easily dial in your suspension. The ride is able to provide tremendous sensitivity while still isolating bumps from pedaling. Thanks to the compact design, it’s easy to fit in the frame, super-stiff at the linkage points, and light. The bottom bracket standard is BB92. The frame also features Boost technology. That’s a 148x12mm rear thru-axle. The extra width means greater lateral stiffness as well as room for wider tires. You can fit 58mm wide tires between the rear stays with 6mm of clearance. The fork on complete bikes comes as a Boost fork as well. The steerer tube is designed to take a tapered 1 1/8" to 1 ½" steerer. The geometry has been dialed further to make sure the bike climbs with ease, but still have the stability necessary to descend with confidence. BMC gets to this place with medium-length chainstays and moderate head angle. They expect riders to install relatively short stems, as they spec their S frame with a 45mm stem. Frame: carbon/carbon rear triangleRear shock: Fox Float DPS Performance Elite Evol 120-130mm Fork: RockShox Pike RCT3 120-130mm Headset: Integrated Stem: BMC 55mm Handlebars: BMC 760mm Brakes: SRAM Guide Ultimate Rotors: 180mm Brake levers: SRAM Guide Ultimate Front derailleur: none Rear derailleur: SRAM X01 Eagle Shifter: SRAM X01 Eagle Cassette: 12-speed SRAM Eagle 10-50 Chain: SRAM X01 EagleBottom bracket: SRAM Pressfit 92 Crankset: SRAM X01 Eagle 34t 170mm Seatpost: BMC Trailsync Dropper Post 100mm Saddle: WTB Volt Wheels: DT Swiss XM 1051/ DT Swiss Spline ONE hubs : front 15x110 rear 12x148Tires: Maxxis Forekaster 27.5x2.35"
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