When you routinely spend more time taking the lift to the summit of the mountain than you do riding down, you can’t afford to second-guess anything. Especially your bike. Riders who know what it takes to bomb a hill – to tear through a rock garden, drop off a ledge, rip a berm and clear a double (all without going ass over teakettle) – know that there’s no bike they’d rather have underneath them than a reliable, rock-solid gravity bike. We have four models available this year; 3 Downhill demo models and 1 standard Downhill model. The Giant Glory 0, the GT Fury World Cup and the NS Fuzz are our downhill models while the GT Fury Expert is our standard model. View all downhill models & full specs.
With the advent of 40-60 minute long Downhill races like Mountain of Hell and the Ashland 12-Mile – the need for a new style of mountain bike has emerged. Some call them Enduro bikes; other Super-D. What they’re called is irrelevant. What they’re capable of – serving as a trail bike during the week and a downhill bike that’s capable of handling short, technical climbs, on the weekends – is anything but. We have one base model available this year; The Giant Reign 2 27.5″, and two demo models, the Yeti SB5c and the SB6c. View all Enduro models & full specs.
Cruiser bicycles, also known as beach cruisers, combine balloon tires, comfortable upright seating posture, single-speed drivetrains, and straightforward steel construction with expressive styling. Cruisers were the most popular bicycle in the United States from the early 1930s through the 1950s — and have regained popularity since the late 1990s due in part to their comfort.
Explore backcountry trails and fly up hills on a hardtail mountain bike. Front suspension reduces the steering vibrations so you can play hard all day. These bikes are great for double track or smooth single track.
A 16″ hard tail mountain bike, ideally sized for youth so you can get your kids out on the trail with you. An excellent bike for double track, smooth single track, or cruising the many miles of paths that Keystone and Summit County have to offer.
For kids that might be too small to ride their own mountain bike we have two options, trailers and tagalongs. The trailer (pictured top) is ideal for infants and toddlers. Tagalongs (pictured second) attach to the seat post of the parent’s bike and allow your child to ride behind you much like a bicycle built for two. Generally the tagalongs work best for children that can sit upright and ride a bicycle (with or without training wheels) but simply lack the endurance to do a long ride.