Norco Revolver 2: Norco is based in Canada, and their designers and riders spend their fair share of time on burly, technical terrain—whether it’s at
Whistler Bike Park or the North Shore in Vancouver Island. The Revolver is
a 29er built to withstand heavy abuse and keep coming back for more.
Scott Spark 660: The Spark 660 is a 26-inch-wheeled, full-suspension aluminum frame equipped with budget-conscious components. It’s perfect for first-time trail riders or those looking to step
up from their first hardtail. $1890.
Sette Derro 2.0: The Derro 2.0 features 4 inches of travel,
front and rear, thanks to Fox suspension components.
There is a ton of value packed into this bike, with a
Shimano SLX/Deore drivetrain and Avid Elixir 3 hydraulic
disc brakes. $1500.
Specialized Camber 29: Designed to get out and
explore, the Camber is a classic, well-rounded trailbike
every rider will enjoy. It’s spec’d with a 27-speed drivetrain, Tektro hydraulic disc brakes and RockShox suspension. $1900.
Trek Superfly 100 AL: The Superfly 100 is the ultimate 29er full-suspension race bike. You get speed, speed and more speed, plus
incredible handling and control. This entry-level offering into the
Superfly 100 line is spec’d with SRAM X7 drivetrain components,
Avid Elixir brakes and a Bontrager cockpit. $2260.
Trek Fuel EX 5: The Fuel EX sets the bar for mountain
bike versatility with a ground-up redesign that brings
race-day tech to all-day adventure. It uses 5.1 inches of
Trek’s full-floater rear suspension to isolate pedaling and
braking forces. $1870