The 2015 Giant Defy Advanced Pro 0 is the top of the Defy Advanced lineup. The Advanced-grade composite frame features endurance geometry with the perfect blend of light weight, stiffness and road-smoothing compliance. This bike also features some exciting new technology from Shimano; the Ultegra Di2 11-speed electronic shifting and hydraulic disc brakes.
We have these currently in stock in sizes M, M/L, and XL. MSRP is $4950.
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So new, they're not even up on the Kona website yet!
The Process 134 series is all about balance - it combines great geometry, pedal efficiency, rolling resistance, travel, weight, stiffness, durability, price, and Big Fun you'd expect from a Kona.
The new and improved 2016 Kona Process 134 Supreme (pictured, right) features a RockShox Pike fork and SRAM XX1 drivetrain. In stock in sizes medium and large at our Tustin shop. MSRP is $5499.
This 160mm travel, 27.5" wheel size bike was made for enduro and trail riding. The carbon frame has the same geometry as the aluminum frame, but you'll save a pound of weight.
This is a limited edition, so don't miss out.
The Transition Ripcord is made strong enough for intermediate level bike park riding, and light enough for XC riding. This is a 100mm front and rear travel bike with 24" wheel size. Great geometry: a 67 degree head angle and short 381mm chainstay for comfortable climbing and confident handling. Strong enough for intermediate level bike park riding, and light enough for XC journeys.
Transition designed a bike your kids can grow with; the Ripcord comes with a 26" fork and standard size air shock for easy maintenance and upgrades in the future. Available in bluebird (pictured) and black, we have both in stock ready to go!
This bike is really dialed in. It offers 6.3 inches of Maestro rear suspension travel and a longer, lower chassis than its 26-inch-wheel predecessor, which improves stability and handling on rough terrain without sacrificing stiffness or adding weight. The Reign 27.5 model also features an OverDrive steerer tube design for added front-end stiffness and steering precision, along with a new 12x142 rear thru-axle design and 27.5-specific geometry. Internal cable ports give it a sleek, uncluttered look.
Starting at the top of the line, it's the 2015 Giant Reign Advanced 27.5 0 Team (pictured, upper right).
And here are more great Reign options, to fit every budget.
Pictured (lower left) is the 2015 Giant Reign 27.5 1. MSRP is $5975.
Pictured (lower right) is the the 2015 Giant Reign 27.5 2. MSRP is $3400.
The 2015 Giant Glory has all new DH geometry that’s optimized for 27.5 wheel technology. The new Glory combines 8 inches/203mm of fully active Maestro Suspension, a co-pivot shock mount, and a stout steerer tube for supreme front-end stiffness and control.
There's a Giant Glory for every budget, here are just a few models we have in stock.
Specs for the top of the line 2015 Giant Glory Advanced 0 27.5 (pictured, upper right):
Specs for the 2015 Giant Glory 2 27.5 (pictured, left):
Santa Cruz did their best to keep the handling characteristics the same with both versions of the Highball, so you can pick your favorite wheel size from there.
The 2015 Santa Cruz Highball 27.5" is a brand new option. 69 degree head angle keeps the balance between quick handling and stability, short chainstays and smaller wheels give the bike a playful personality too. Sizes run S-XL.
The 2015 Santa Cruz Highball 27.5 Carbon C with XO1 build kit (pictured, upper right) features the top level carbon fiber frame, super light and strong. We've got medium in stock with this build kit, MSRP is $4699.
The affordable Highball 27.5 C is also a great option. The C-level frame has the same strength and durability of the CC-level frames, just a bit heavier to keep it more affordable. We also offer the Highball 27.5 C with S build in stock, MSRP is $3199.
The 2015 Santa Cruz Highball 29 has got some terrific features. With the geometry: chainstay length has been shortened, the front end lengthened, and a 70.5 degree head angle. This geometry helps keep the balance of quick handling with stability. Seat post size has been reduced to 27.2mm, and cables are run internally for a super clean look.
If you're a taller rider, good news: the Highball is sized up to an XXL.
The 2015 Santa Cruz Highball 29 Carbon C with XO1 build kit (pictured, left) features the top level carbon fiber frame. We've got a large in stock with the shown X01 build kit.
The affordable Highball 29 C is here as well. We currently have two Highball 29 C with S build in stock, sizes medium and large. MSRP is $3199.
Made to suit a wide range of cyclists and their riding needs, the Defy is one of the lightest, stiffest, most versatile road bikes on the market.
The Giant Defy Advanced Pro is the top end of the Defy bikes. Giant makes two models, and here's our newest one in stock: the 2015 Giant Defy Advanced Pro 1 (pictured, left). MSRP is $3550.
In the Defy Advanced lineup, Giant makes 3 models and here are two we have in stock: the 2015 Giant Defy Advanced 1 (shown lower left, MSRP is $2600) and the 2015 Giant Defy Advanced 2 (shown lower right, MSRP is $2075).
Highlights of the new 2015 Giant Defy:
Made for Enduro riding, with 170mm of both front and rear travel and 27.5" wheels. The Tuned version has a number of special and unique features:
MSRP is $8999.99.
The 2015 Kona Stinky 24 is one serious bike; made with features and details that an adult would want, while being sized down for smaller riders.
Dual suspension, a 100mm RockShox fork with 15mm axle up front, Shimano 1x9 drivetrain w/ E*13 chainguide, and Kid-friendly Tektro HDC-M290 hydraulic disc brakes. MSRP is $1799.
Fox Dirtpaw full finger riding gloves, in four youth sizes to fit every age. Keep them protected! MSRP is $22.