Kona Process DL: Versatility is the keyword here.
The Process is a bike with a host of subtle but
innovative design cues, making it one of the most
ridiculously fun bikes Kona has ever made. It
sports 6 inches of travel front and rear, and a
SRAM X0 build kit. $5500.
Transition Covert Carbon: The goal in designing
the Covert was to create a bike that you could
ride almost anywhere with minimal compromis-
ing. New pivot placements and geometry make
the Covert super comfortable and efficient to
climb while the increased-stroke shock and
custom-tuned suspension make the Covert
destroy downhills and remain incredibly playful.
Trek Slash 7: Trek’s Slash lineup was bred
for the extreme demands of
Megavalanche enduro events. They
are bikes built for the most techni-
cal, high-speed riding without
sacrificing pedaling efficiency.
The Slash 7 will get you Trek’s
DRCV shock technology and a
SRAM drivetrain. $3470. ;
Giant Reign X0: Bolstered by 6. 7 inches of active Maestro suspen-
sion travel and a super-strong ALUXX SL aluminum frameset,
Reign X0 is your steady companion when the going
gets rough. It’s strong enough to tame aggressive
terrain and efficient enough to climb the steepest
steeps. Stable geometry and a tapered
OverDrive 2 steerer tube make the Reign X0
the all-mountain master. $4900.