Great ride for two! The 2014 Cannondale Bicycles Tandem 29er is ready for rides both on and off the trail. Hit up single-track trails, fire-road or paved-road rides in comfort. Smooth-rolling 29” wheels, trail-oriented geometry, plus a burly 1.5”-steerer fork and oversized tube shaping for added stability.
We've got sizes medium and large in stock. MSRP is $2710.
The Fury downhill bike from GT Bicycles has come a long way this year with more travel, a revised Independent Drivetrain, and drastically evolved geometry for the World Cup circuit. Both Gee and Rachel Atherton have won both of the first two World Cup races of the 2013 season on this bike, that's a pretty impressive debut.
Shown here is the 2014 GT Fury Team build, weighing in at 39lbs. MSRP is $5960.
The 2014 Intense Tracer T275 Carbon is a dedicated 27.5” carbon trail bike with 160mm of rear travel. This new Tracer frame uses a new monocoque front construction which allows the front to be one piece, so no more bonded joints at all. The result is more strength and weight savings. Rear end is a new design as well with a fixed 142mm x 12mm drop out.
Pictured here is a size large Tracer T275 with Factory build kit. This package is dialed:
It's a new arrival from Canada...and a new brand at The Path. RSD Bikes was established in 2012 and based out of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. They started out with a small line-up of urban bikes, and over time they've expanded and created mountain bikes in their product lineup, which is their true area of expertise.
RSD The Mayor Fatbike features a spacious rear end (190mm) to let you run the widest fat tires available. It’s double-butted 6061 aluminum frame and carbon fork helps keep the weight under 30lbs. MSRP is $1999.
The 2014 Scott Genius LT 710 is an all-mountain bike with a super light HMF Carbon frame. It's got 170mm of travel front and rear, and the rear reduces to 135mm in 'Traction Control' mode. In fact, this bike has multiple travel/geometry settings, thanks to the custom dual-travel Fox Nude shock.
This size medium weighs in at 30lbs on our scale. MSRP is $5549.
It's the new 2014 Pivot Firebird 27.5 SLX. This is your enduro racing, all-mountain riding, long-travel trail bike, now designed with 27.5" wheels. A slack head angle, low BB height, custom Fox suspension, and 27.5" wheel size all make this bike tops in terms of handling.
MSRP is $4399.
Here's a lightweight little gem at the shop! The 2014 Giant XTC Advanced SL 29 0 (pictured, right).
Full SRAM XX1 1x11-speed drivetrain, SRAM XX brake system, Giant's own P-XCR0 carbon wheelset, and the RockShox SID World Cup XX 29er fork with 15mm thru-axle and Pushloc lockout on the front. The cockpit is built up with Giant's Contact SLR carbon stem and bar and a Fi'zi:k Tundra 2 saddle with titanium rails.
This medium weighs in at 19 pounds without pedals. MSRP is $8250.
Looking for 27.5" wheels instead? There's an XTC for that too.
The 2014 Giant XTC Advanced 27.5 1 (pictured, left) is a super light, ultra efficient hardtail, perfect for this race season.
This one's got some great part specs too: SRAM XX1 1x11-speed drivetrain, Avid X0 disc brakes, and RockShox SID RL with 15mm thru-axle and Pushloc lockout. MSRP is $5000.
The 2014 Intense 951 EVO was redesigned from the ground up to utilize 27.5" wheel size. Aggressive geometry, 8.5" of travel, and a slack 62.5 degree head angle inspires confidence at fast speed and through steep, technical terrain.
Be ready for the 2014 downhill race season with this bike, made in the USA. Pictured here is a size medium (we also have another medium in black). MSRP is $6300.
The new 2014 Pivot Mach 6 has been really popular. We had received a few a couple of months ago, but they were all pre-sold. Finally, we have some to show again. Size small in black, size medium in blue. XT/XTR build - MSRP is $6499
This recent release from Pivot Cycles has been in development for over two years with a lot of excitement brewing behind its release. The Mach 6 isn’t like anything else in the Pivot line-up. It’s an all new bike designed to optimize the 27.5” wheel platform and to take on the growing Enduro racing and riding scene. Got technical terrain? Bring it on.
The 2014 Rocky Mountain Thunderbolt combines 120mm of travel, alloy frame, 68.5 degree head angle, and 27.5” wheels to deliver a great mix of intuitive XC capabilities and pure playful trail fun.
Rocky Mountain has developed a geometry that lends a more playful feeling to riding cross-country. They designed a short 426mm rear end on the Thunderbolt, tucking the 27.5” wheel in close to the rider for lots of maneuverability and agility. Also, the top tube has been lengthened from traditional Rocky Mountain designs to accommodate for today's shorter stems and wider bars. This is a super fun bike for balancing both XC and trail riding styles.
With four different models and build specs in the lineup, there's a Thunderbolt for every budget.
Here it is, the first of our Thunderbolt demo bikes now available to rent! It's the 2014 Rocky Mountain Thunderbolt 750 (pictured, left). This one's a medium, and we'll be getting additional sizes soon. Stay tuned...
Your chance is coming very soon to try out a Thunderbolt in ANY size - come out to the FREE Rocky Mountain Demo Day on Saturday February 1st, 2014 at The Path Bike Shop Live Oak location in Trabuco Canyon, CA.