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Cannondale Trail 6
$549.00 $825.00 33% Off
With its progressive geometry, impressive construction and high-end features, the Trail offers unreal performance and a killer value. It's designed for short stems and wide handlebars to maximize control in rough terrain, while the slack 68° head angle creates the stable, confident handling you need to rule the descents. Short chainstays give the Trail an agile, nimble feel and provide great traction on steep climbs. With Shimano hydraulic brakes, a reliable 1x drivetrain, and great tires, the Trail 6 is ready to rock.
Cannondale Trail 8
$485.00
Cannondale's Trail lineup generates a passion for mountain biking—from your first time out to your next big challenge. Light and lively, stiff and snappy, the Trail frames showcase Cannondale's decades of expertise in aluminum craftsmanship. Their Dirt-Tailored geometry brings both quickness and composure, with short chainstays for agility and traction, a slack head angle for unwavering stability, plus wide bars and a short stem for total control. Each Trail model is sweetly priced, but make no mistake—wide range gearing, powerful disc brakes, and durable wheels and tires contribute to big trail readiness. A mountain bike designed to raise your game and ignite a passion for the trail, naming this bike was a no-brainer.
Cannondale F-Si Carbon 5
$1,699.00 $2,300.00 26% Off
Cannondale's best XC hardtail just got better. If going really, really fast on dirt in lycra is your cup o' tea, nothing lets you top 'em on the climbs and drop 'em on the descents like the F-Si. The F-Si Carbon 4 features Cannondale's BallisTec Carbon frame with stiffness-enhancing Si offset. The RockShox Reba fork offers 100mm of travel to smooth your way to speed and control. WTB STX i23 TCS wheels deliver on strength and light weight, while the Schwalbe Racing Ray tires fly over hardpack and dig into sketchy corners. SRAM serves up 12 wide-ranging speeds, and gets it power through a stiff TruVativ crankset, resulting in efficient power transfer and crisp, precise shifting to give you the advantage on every part of the course. Shimano MT500 hydraulic disc brakes provide reliable braking power when you need it, so you can carry more speed and brake at the last possible second, and Cannondale's cockpit components and Fabric Scoop saddle keep you in control and race-ready.
Cannondale Scalpel-Si 5
$2,399.00 $3,150.00 24% Off
Kill on the ups and thrill on the downs with the class-dominating weight and stiffness, mountain goat traction, and insanely confident handling of the world's best XC race machine—Cannondale's Scalpel-Si. Welcome to XXC. OutFront Steering Geometry gives you the best of both worlds: slack and stable on hectic descents, yet quick and nimble everywhere else. Unbelievably rigid and precise, Lefty out-corners, out-handles and flat-out rides circles around its flexy XC competition. Its custom extra-long fork offsets (rake) makes Cannondale's OutFront Steering Geometry possible. Proprietary Ai offset drivetrain delivers super short chainstays for climb-winning traction and agile handling, without sacrificing mud/tire clearance or limiting you to single ring set-ups.
Cannondale F-Si Carbon 4
$2,199.00 $3,150.00 30% Off
Cannondale's best XC hardtail just got better. If going really, really fast on dirt in lycra is your cup o' tea, nothing lets you top 'em on the climbs and drop 'em on the descents like the F-Si. The F-Si Carbon 4 features Cannondale's BallisTec Carbon frame with stiffness-enhancing Si offset. The Lefty Ocho fork features no-bind needle bearings and extreme stiffness for pinpoint steering, now with a single crown design. WTB STX i23 TCS wheels deliver on strength and lightweight, while the Schwalbe Racing Ray tires fly over hardpack and dig into sketchy corners. SRAM serves up 12 wide-ranging speeds, and gets it power through a stiff TruVativ crankset, resulting in efficient power transfer and crisp, precise shifting to give you the advantage on every part of the course. Shimano MT500 hydraulic disc brakes provide reliable braking power when you need it, so you can carry more speed and brake at the last possible second, and Cannondale's cockpit components and Fabric Scoop saddle keep you in control and race-ready.
Cannondale Scalpel-Si Carbon 3
$3,999.00 $5,775.00 31% Off
Kill on the ups and thrill on the downs with the class-dominating weight and stiffness, mountain goat traction, and insanely confident handling of the world's best XC race machine—Cannondale's Scalpel-Si. Welcome to XXC. OutFront Steering Geometry gives you the best of both worlds: slack and stable on hectic descents, yet quick and nimble everywhere else. Unbelievably rigid and precise, Lefty out-corners, out-handles and flat-out rides circles around its flexy XC competition. Its custom extra-long fork offsets (rake) makes Cannondale's OutFront Steering Geometry possible. Proprietary Ai offset drivetrain delivers super short chainstays for climb-winning traction and agile handling, without sacrificing mud/tire clearance or limiting you to single ring set-ups.
Cannondale Bad Habit Carbon 1
$2,799.00 $4,200.00 33% Off
Completely re-designed for 2019, the Bad Habit features fresh, progressive geometry and the new Proportional Response suspension design for maximum fun on any trail, anywhere. With a design that maximizes its shredding abilities and a high-performance parts spec, it's designed to be your go-to trail bike. The frame features a tapered headtube, tube-in-tube internal cable routing, and a two-piece alloy linkage that keeps the suspension moving smoothly. The Lockr thru-axle pivot system creates a rock-solid connection between both sides of the swingarm and the main frame for instantaneous response with no flex. To protect the frame from chain slap when carrying speed through rough terrain, a rubber cover is integrated into the drive side chainstay. With proper wide bars, a short stem, powerful brakes, a 1X drivetrain and, of course, a dropper post, the Bad Habit is built to tame unruly trails everywhere. The Bad Habit Carbon 1 pairs a BallisTec carbon front triangle with a SmartForm C1 alloy swingarm. These are joined with a performance suspension package from Fox: up front, a Fox Float Performance 34 fork with grip damper, 3 ride settings, and a tapered steerer provides 140mm of plush travel, while the rear Float Performance DPS Evol shock serves up 130mm of suspension for ultimate capability. The bike features a wide-range SRAM GX Eagle rear derailleur with NX shifters for fast, precise, and reliable shifting. SRAM Guide R hydraulic disc brakes dish out plenty of braking power and modulation so you can push your limits a little farther, knowing you've got enough braking power to reel it back. For wheels, it pairs wide, tubeless-ready WTB ST i35 TCS rims with Formula boost hubs resulting in a strong, stiff wheelset. Maxxis Rekon 2.8-inch tires take the traction up a notch, along with 3C compound for extra grip and EXO casing for added puncture protection. A Cannondale DownLow dropper post with internal routing further increases this bike's capability in technical terrain. Head out on your next adventure knowing Bad Habit will carry you through.
KHS SixFifty 700
$2,899.00
Bite off a little more and chew it up with expert ease on KHS' SixFifty 700. Its carbon monocoque frame reacts instantly to your every input, directly transferring energy to your rear wheel via SRAM’s versatile GX 2 x 11-speed drivetrain. Up front, a Manitou Marvel Expert fork shuts up the chatter so you stay in efficient control all day long. Meanwhile, WTB rolls you out fast on 27.5-inch STP i19 rims wrapped in tenacious Maxxis Ardent Race tires so you can spin up in an instant and dive into the corners like a pro. The 700’s ensemble is rounded out nicely with a high-end Kore XCD handlebar and stem with a WTB Volt Comp saddle aloft a Q2 carbon seatpost.
KHS Team 29
$4,669.00
You’ll find KHS’s Team 29 bolting off the start line toward the far off finish, leaving everything else in hindsight. An MSD carbon frame provides a stable, lightweight platform for aggressive climbing and technical prowess while an intuitive RockShox SID RLC fork effortlessly smooths technical terrain, keeping you nailed to your line all race long. The DT X1900 Spline wheelset delivers high strength and low rotating mass for confident descents and instant acceleration, speaking to the course through speed-frenzied Maxxis Ikon tires. SRAM’s incredible Eagle XO 1 x 12 drivetrain sends your power to the rear wheel with seamless shifting and elegantly engineered efficiency, and the SRAM Level TL hydraulic disc brakes dial in your speed from imperceptible scrub to full-G velocity-cease. High quality details like a WTB saddle, Q2 carbon seatpost, and FSA cockpit components provide the finishing touches on this race-ready ride. If you find enlightenment in achievement beyond perceived limitations, the Team 29 may be your trailmate.
Cannondale F-Si Carbon Women's 2
$2,399.00 $3,150.00 24% Off
Cannondale's best XC hardtail just got better. If going really, really fast on dirt in lycra is your cup o' tea, nothing lets you top 'em on the climbs and drop 'em on the descents like the F-Si. The F-Si Carbon Women's 2 features Cannondale's Women's BallisTec Carbon frame with stiffness-enhancing Si offset. The Lefty Ocho fork features no-bind needle bearings and extreme stiffness for pinpoint steering, now with a single crown design. WTB STX i23 TCS rims keep this rig ready for rowdy XC courses, while the Schwalbe Racing Ray tires fly over hardpack and dig into sketchy corners. SRAM serves up 12 wide-ranging speeds for efficient power transfer no matter the pitch and crisp, precise shifting to give you the advantage on every part of the course. Shimano MT500 brakes provide reliable braking power when you need it, so you can carry more speed and brake at the last possible second, and Cannondale's cockpit components and Prologo Kappa Dea RS saddle keep you in comfortable control while keeping your race rig sleek, lean, and ready to win.
KHS SixFifty 600+ Ladies
$1,299.00
Plus-size your mountain biking ambitions with the SixFifty 600+ Ladies from KHS. It has a lightweight alloy frame and 100mm travel SR Raidon suspension fork and features wide 650b x 2.8-inch Maxxis Rekon tires for superior traction and flotation. Shimano hydraulic disc brakes provide dependable stopping power so you can confidently navigate down steep trails, and the wide-range Shimano SLX 11-speed drivetrain gives you quick, reliable shifting in the mud and muck.
KHS Tucson
$2,899.00
Laugh your way through roots, rocks, and ruts on KHS's Tucson. This trail-ready rig gives you a light and acceleration-hungry MSD carbon frame and the amazing ride quality of big 29er wheels. Manitou's Marvel Expert fork has you covered with 100mm of travel to keep your front tire going where you point it. The never-quit WTB STP i19 rims wrapped with Maxxis tires keep you carving tight curves and are driven by a trail-bred SRAM GX 2 x 11-speed drivetrain with a gear range that'll take you wherever your sense of adventure wants to go. Plus, the powerful Shimano hydraulic brakes give you the speed-checking control and confidence to push your limit just a little further.
KHS Sixfifty 7500
$3,799.00
The SixFifty 7500 features a double-butted alloy frame with 160mm of travel for steamrolling rock gardens and getting rad in the bike park. Front and rear suspension are controlled by a Fox Float 36 fork and Fox Float DPS shock, and a 27.5-inch WTB tubeless-ready wheelset paired to meaty Maxxis High Roller II tires let you carve through the loose and chunky with confidence. Shimano's SLX 11-speed drivetrain shifts smoothly to keep you in the flow, and you can count on Shimano hydraulic disc brakes to put down ample stopping power when you need it most. An oversize Kore handlebar and stem combo, Kind Shock Lev DX Integra dropper post, and WTB High Tail saddle top this build.
KHS 4 Season 3000
$1,799.00 - $2,399.00
Bust out for an all-terrain exploration on the 4 Season 3000 fat bike. An alloy frame and fork keep it light and agile, while 26 x 4.8-inch tires enable unbelievable grip and flotation across any surface you encounter. A Shimano XT derailleur shifts smoothly through the 11-speed drivetrain and Shimano hydraulic disc brakes provide excellent stopping power. For even greater control on rough trails, upgrade to the Wren 110mm suspension fork.
KHS SixFifty 5500
$2,349.00
Take your trail-taming abilities to the next level with the SixFifty 5500. It features a custom-formed aluminum frame with 140mm of plush rear suspension and a 150mm SR Aion fork with 34mm stanchions for responsive, predictable handling. Tubeless-ready WTB STB i25 rims paired with Kenda Nevegal 27.5 x 2.4-inch tires combine trail-gripping traction with fast-rolling action, while the powerful Shimano hydraulic disc brakes offer precise speed control so you can rail it on the descents. A 1 x 11 drivetrain with Shimano SLX shifting employs a wide gear range in a compact package with tenacious chain retention so you don't have to worry about dropping a chain in the rough stuff, and a KS eTEN dropper post puts you in the best stance for speed with a quick flip of the handlebar-mounted lever.
KHS SixFifty 300
$699.00
Jump into the sport of mountain biking with the SixFifty 300 from KHS. It has a lightweight alloy frame, a 100mm travel suspension fork, and features 650B x 2.1-inch tires for nimble handling everywhere you ride. Hydraulic disc brakes provide dependable stopping power so you can confidently navigate down steep trails, and the reliable 1 x 9 drivetrain has ample gearing to help you climb your way back to the top.
KHS BNT 29
$1,879.00
The BNT (Big 'N Tall) 29 is perfect for taller riders seeking fast cross-country mountain bike pursuits. The BNT 29 is equipped to make every ride a personal best, with geometry and component choices suited for taller riders, such as a 200mm crank arm length and 36-spoke wheels. It's built with Reynolds 520 Chromoly steel for great handling and durability and features a Manitou Marvel Comp 120mm suspension fork that's fully adjustable to suit your desired feel on the trail. Tubeless-ready WTB rims are wrapped in 29 x 2.35-inch Maxxis Ikon tires for a great blend of speed and traction, and Shimano hydraulic disc brakes provide plenty of stopping power to keep you in control at all times. A Shimano 2 x 10 drivetrain, Kore handlebar, and WTB Volt Comp saddle ensure the BNT is a solid performer.
KHS SixFifty 7500
$3,899.00
The SixFifty 7500 features a double-butted alloy frame with 160mm of travel for steamrolling rock gardens and getting rad in the bike park. Front and rear suspension are controlled by a Fox Float 36 fork and Fox Float DPX2 shock. The 27.5-inch WTB tubeless-ready wheelset paired to meaty Kenda Hellkat tires let you carve through the loose and chunky with confidence. Shimano's XT/SLX 11-speed drivetrain shifts smoothly to keep you in the flow, and you can count on Shimano hydraulic disc brakes to put down ample stopping power when you need it most. An oversize Kore handlebar and stem combo, KS LEV DX Integra suspension dropper post, and WTB High Tail saddle round out this build.
KHS Tempe
$1,199.00
KHS made the shreddy Tempe 29er for one reason—rowdy good fun on fast and flowy singletrack. The short rear end and slack head angle create a nimble machine despite what its wheel size may suggest, and with a 100mm SR Raidon fork you'll feel confident ripping through rock gardens and boosting trailside hits 'till you're out of gas. The Tempe is built with a Shimano SLX 1 x 11 drivetrain, Shimano hydraulic disc brakes, and tubeless-ready WTB STP i23 rims wrapped in fast-rolling Kenda Saber Pro tires, and it's all bolted to a sturdy and lightweight alloy frame that's sure to create big grins.
KHS SixFifty 300 Ladies
$699.00
Jump into the sport of mountain biking with the SixFifty 300 from KHS. It has a lightweight alloy frame, a 100mm travel suspension fork, and features 650B x 2.1-inch tires for nimble handling everywhere you ride. Hydraulic disc brakes provide dependable stopping power so you can confidently navigate down steep trails, and the reliable 1 x 9 drivetrain has ample gearing to help you climb your way back to the top.
KHS Team 29 FS
$5,099.00
The KHS Team 29 FS puts you one step closer to the podium thanks to a light and stiff MSD carbon frame featuring 100mm of rear travel paired with a 100mm Fox Float 32 fork. Mavic Crossmax Light 29-inch wheels back the frame's responsiveness with great rollover capability and speed, while Shimano hydraulic disc brakes offer precise control through the corners. Shimano's legendary XT 1 x 11 drivetrain keeps you on the gas with quick and smooth shifting. This race-ready build puts you comfortably in command with a Q2 carbon seatpost, Wren carbon handlebar, and a WTB SL8 Pro saddle.
KHS SixFifty 6600+
$4,419.00
The KHS SixFifty 6600+ is a capable machine designed around modern technical trails. It features a full carbon frame with internal cable routing, 150mm of plush rear suspension, and a burly Fox Float 36 fork to tackle everything from big-mountain enduro to rowdy backcountry exploration. Integrated armor in the downtube protects against kicked-up rocks, and a metal plate on the driveside chainstay guards against chainslap. Tubeless-ready WTB Scraper i35 rims paired with Kenda Nevegal 2 27.5 x 2.6-inch tires deliver striking traction across a variety of terrain, and Shimano hydraulic disc brakes put loads of power in your fingertips for precise control on technical descents. A 1 x 11 drivetrain with Shimano XT rear derailleur employs a wide gear range in a compact package with tenacious chain retention so you don't have to worry about dropping a chain in the rough stuff. And, a KS eTENi dropper post puts you in the best stance for speed or efficiency with a quick flip of the handlebar-mounted lever.
KHS Tucson
$2,399.00
Turn out new lap times on the Tucson from KHS. The full carbon frame and 29-inch wheels create an explosive platform that responds efficiently to rider input. Paired with a 100mm SR Raidon fork and you have one serious contender in the world of XC hardtails. Build highlights include a quick-shifting Shimano SLX 1 x 11 drivetrain, Shimano hydraulic disc brakes, and WTB STP i23 rims wrapped in speedy Kenda Saber Pro rubber.
KHS SixFifty 6700
$6,069.00
Ride the trail with precision, confidence, and speed on KHS's SixFifty 6700. Its stiff, lightweight MSD/MLS full carbon frame is equipped with 150mm of travel engineered with a Fox Factory Float DPS shock out back and a Fox Factory 34 Float fork soaking up another 150mm of terrain in front. It rolls on a formidable 27.5-inch DT M1700 Spline wheelset that delivers lightweight all-trail dominance while it lives up to the impressive dirt-hugging precedent set by its counterpart: a pair of tenacious Maxxis High Roller II tires. You’ll get up to speed and stay there with the streamlined SRAM XO1 11-speed drivetrain, and when it's time to head downhill with control, SRAM Guide hydraulic disc brakes deliver reliable stopping power. The KS dropper post ensures your saddle is exactly where you need it all the time, and the WTB and Q2 components add to the high-quality build of this trail conquering machine.
KHS Team 29
$5,599.00
You’ll find KHS’s Team 29 bolting off the start line toward the far off finish, leaving everything else in hindsight. An MSD carbon frame provides a stable, lightweight platform for aggressive climbing and technical prowess while an intuitive Fox 32 Float Factory fork effortlessly smooths technical terrain, keeping you nailed to your line all race long. The DT Swiss XR 1501 Spline wheelset delivers high strength and low rotating mass for confident descents and instant acceleration, speaking to the course through speed-frenzied Maxxis Ikon tires. SRAM’s incredible XX1 drivetrain sends your power to the rear wheel with seamless shifting and elegantly engineered efficiency, and the Guide RSC brakes dial in your speed from imperceptible scrub to full-G velocity-cease. If you find enlightenment in achievement beyond perceived limitations, the Team 29 may be your trailmate.
KHS SixFifty 7500
$3,879.00
When the reason to pedal uphill is to find the sweetest line back down, KHS's SixFifty 7500 is your go-to whip. The custom formed/double butted aluminum frame delivers 160mm of travel engineered with a RockShox Monarch RT3 shock out back and a RockShox Pike RCT3 soaking up another 160mm of terrain in front. A chunder-floating platform like this makes proper use of its double-wall, WTB STP i25 rims mated with dirt-loving Maxxis High Roller II tires, so you can send it and know you'll hook up with ease. A streamlined SRAM GX 11-speed drivetrain makes sure you have the gear you need to get to the top and lets you gas it on the way down, just in case gravity isn’t strong enough for you. The KS dropper post ensures your saddle is exactly where you need it all the time, and the workhorse SRAM Level hydraulic disc brakes will get you prepped for the off-cambers when you’re coming in hot.
KHS SixFifty 6600+
$4,299.00
You get one bike to rule them all with the trail-taming SixFifty 6600. It features a full carbon frame with internal cable routing, 150mm of plush Fox Float rear suspension, and a responsive and stiff 160mm Fox Float 36 fork to tackle everything from big-mountain enduro to rowdy backcountry exploration. Tubeless-ready WTB Scraper i35 rims paired with Maxxis Rekon 27.5 x 2.8-inch tires deliver striking traction across a variety of terrain, and Shimano hydraulic disc brakes put loads of power in your fingertips for precise control on technical descents. A 1 x 11 drivetrain with Shimano SLX shifting employs a wide gear range in a compact package with tenacious chain retention so you don't have to worry about dropping a chain in the rough stuff, and a Kind Shock E30i dropper post puts you in the best stance for speed with a quick flip of the handlebar-mounted lever.
KHS Zaca
$559.00
Whether you're just starting out in the sport of mountain biking or it's your very first bike, the Zaca has everything you need to get out and have fun on two wheels. It's built with an alloy frame for lightness and rolls on 29-inch wheels that are great for everything from cruising around the neighborhood to exploring mild singletrack. An 80mm suspension fork keeps you on track over rocks and roots, and cable disc brakes provide plenty of stopping power.
KHS SixFifty Team
$5,699.00
Astride KHS’s SixFifty Team, the odds of your next cross country win jump straight to “highly probable.” The High Modulus T800 Carbon frame is a direct conduit between you and the course, intimately translating your input and the trail’s feedback for an intense discussion about victory. Fox’s Factory 32 Float fork mediates the conversation by providing intuitive true-tracking terrain management up front, while the super-light 27.5-inch DT-Swiss XR 1501 Spline wheelset accelerates effortlessly with the strength and stiffness to deftly drive the Maxxis Ikon tires deep into corners and rabbit out the other side. A top-tier SRAM XX1 drivetrain elegantly provides all-out race power management making your gear selections feel automatic and seamless at high speeds. And, should you need to check that speed coming into a switchback, SRAM Guide RSC brakes deliver precisely modulated braking power. You are the fuel; now simply climb aboard the SixFifty Team to add fire.
Cannondale Jekyll Women's 1
$2,999.00 $4,400.00 32% Off
With its light, playful feel and dual-mode Gemini shock, this enduro-ready rig is flickable fun on any kind of trail, from the flowy and smooth to the steep and nasty. The Jekyll delivers all the slack stability you’d expect from a top enduro rig, but with uncanny agility and snap, thanks to 27.5 wheels and the ultra-short chainstays of our Ai rear end. Asymmetric Integration (Ai) delivers some of the shortest stays on the trail, yet has more tire clearance and frame stiffness than even Boost frames can muster. Plus a rear wheel that’s stiffer and stronger thanks to the Ai even-dish build. It all adds up to the kind of agility and traction that has to be ridden to be believed. Co-developed with Fox, the Gemini system adds two ride modes (Hustle & Flow) to the killer performance of Fox shocks. Flip to Hustle to shorten the travel and ramp up the spring rate for a snappier, more responsive feel for pumping through turns, sprints, and traction-challenged climbs. Flip back to Flow for full Fox travel when things get rough. Placing a link between the swingarm and the shock allows Cannondale's engineers to customize the system's leverage ratios for optimal suspension response throughout the stroke and keep the suspension active under braking while retaining the stiffness, durability, and reliability of a single pivot design.
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