Cannondale RZ120 2: “Simple, yet effective” is what
the RZ120 is all about. This Cannondale features a sin-gle-pivot rear-suspension design with 5 inches of travel,
26-inch wheels and Shimano’s SLX components. $1940.
Felt Edict Nine 60: Whether you’re racing through the night at a 24-hour
event or looking for an edge on your local trails, the Edict Nine is a solid
option. The 60 features SRAM X5 components, RockShox suspension
and Tektro Draco hydraulic disc brakes. $2070.
Fezzari Abajo Peak: The Abajo Peak is Fezzari’s most
popular cross-country bike. You get 3. 9 inches of travel—thanks to RockShox suspension components and a
4-Bar design—to provide a smooth ride while maintaining a pedaling platform. $1550.
Fezzari Hidden Peak XT: All new for 2013, the Hidden Peak is designed
to be fast on downhills but even faster up climbs. It comes stock with a
Shimano SLX/XT drivetrain, RockShox suspension and DT Swiss wheels.
Fuji Outland 29 1.5: The Outland is a value-packed, full-suspension 29er thanks to Shimano Deore/XT components
and hydraulic disc brakes. $1990.
Giant Trance X 3: Year in and year out, Giant’s Trance X models
have proven themselves to be solid, no-frills trailbikes that simply
perform. It uses a tapered head tube, 5 inches of Maestro travel
and a Shimano 3x9 drivetrain to get the job done. $1550.