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Liv Tempt 1 - Women's - 2015
$1,100.00
$1,699.99

Want to loose yourself in the trees while riding singletrack? Liv's Tempt 1 is lightweight and offers the perfect blend of speed and control for all your trail adventures. It all starts with Liv's ALUXX aluminum frame that's tough, nimble, and responsive, just what you need for your outdoor… [more]

Jamis Nemesis Comp - 2016
$1,199.00
$1,299.99

Light up the singletrack with Jamis’ Nemesis Comp. Its triple-butted 6061 aluminum frame gives you a light, crisp ride. RockShox's fork flattens the bumps with 100mm of travel, plus WTB's 27.5-inch wheels have that roll-over-it-all ability of bigger wheels, while remaining agile in the corners.… [more]

Specialized Ruby Disc - Women's - 2016
$1,499.99
$1,949.99

Specialized's Ruby Disc delivers all the benefits of carbon with a component spec that's both lightweight and economical. With its hard-working Axis 2.0 wheelset, reliable Shimano Tiagra drivetrain, and the stopping power of disc brakes, the Ruby will have you out there soaking up the miles… [more]

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4.0 stars
 (1 Review)
Giant Anthem 27.5 3 - 2015
$1,500.00
$2,124.99

Technical climbs? Tricky descents? Let Giant's Anthem 27.5 3 push your riding to a whole new level. This aluminum rig boasts Giant's Maestro rear suspension and a RockShox Monarch R shock to tame rough terrain, while fast-rolling 27.5-inch wheels propel you over challencing obstacles. The tapered… [more]

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5.0 stars
 (2 Reviews)
Raleigh Electric Detour iE Step-Through - 2017
$1,999.99
$2,299.99

Commute in comfort and style with Raleigh's Detour iE Step-Through. This aluminum bike features a 250W Shimano STePS centerdrive motor that assists your pedal stroke up to 20 miles per hour. That means you pedal when you want to and motor when you need to, or a combo of both, so your commute is… [more]

 
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