Knolly Chilcotin: Named for B.C.’s remote back-
country wilderness area where grizzlies are at the
top of the food chain, weather can change in an
instant, and the singletrack is truly epic. The
Chilcotin is the 6.3-inch all-mountain bike from
Knolly that can rip it all.
Ibis Mojo HD: The Mojo HD is the longer-travel bigger broth-
er to the Mojo and Mojo SL. The HD is a versatile weapon
when it comes to all-mountain trails. We proved it’s capa-
ble of long-range, cross-country and all-mountain
missions with our test in 2012, and Brian Lopes
proved it’s capable of winning a downhill race in
Whistler during his career with Ibis. What else
do you need? $6065.
Pivot Firebird: With 6. 6 inches of travel packaged in a dw-link suspension design, it’s no wonder why Pivot claims this
is their most efficient-pedaling enduro bike. The Firebird is available with several build kits, for anything from all-mountain to light-duty DH.