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.
Race on Sunday, commute on Monday. The versatile 2014 Cannondale CAADX Disc 5 105 cyclocross bike can do both.
The CAADX shows its race readiness with CAAD10 and SUPERX inspired tube shapes, SAVE stays for control and confident handling over rough surfaces, and race geometry. Full front and rear rack and fender mounts and a slightly more upright riding position expand its usability. Add some disc brakes for all-weather power and control.
The 54cm bike pictured here weighs in at 22.5 lbs. MSRP is $1570.
It's the top of the line in the Scalpel series, the 2014 Cannondale Scalpel 29 Carbon Black Inc.
This bike is definitely XC race ready. The combination of a steeper-than-average head angle and super short chainstays gives the Scalpel 29er a similar wheelbase to Cannondale's 26er bikes for sharp, responsive handling. With a full carbon frame and 100mm front and rear travel, the 2014 Scalpel Black Inc also includes a competition-ready build spec: Shimano XTR drivetrain, the brand new 2014 Shimano XTR M987 brakes, Chris King rear hub, ENVE carbon fiber wheel set, and a stealth routed RockShox Reverb seat post.
Out of the box, this size medium comes in at just under 23.5 lbs. MSRP is $10,830.
Some brand new 27.5" wheel-size arrivals from Intense Cycles, and they're priced right.
New 2014 Intense Carbine 275 (pictured, right), a dedicated 27.5" frame with proper travel and aggressive 27.5 trail geometry.
Pictured here with "foundation" build kit, weighs in at 30 lbs. MSRP is $3999. Grips, handlebar, saddle, and seatpost are the Intense brand, with entry level components to help keep the cost down.
Also new this year, the 2014 Intense Tracer 275 (pictured, left), frame is made at the Intense factory in Temecula, California.
The Tracer 275 offers 5.5-6” of adjustable travel, 17” chainstays, a 13.3” bottom bracket, cable routing for RockShox’s stealth reverb dropper post, G1 replaceable dropout system and a modified geometry 67 degree head angle. MSRP is $3399.
The 2014 Scott Genius 910 29er keeps the ride smooth and the weight super light with a carbon frame. The Genius series feature a custom FOX Nude shock, a FOX 32 Float fork and Scott's Patented TwinLoc technology, in combination with Traction Control, allowing for three travel/geometry settings.
This bike has some great adjustability: Scott's IDS-SL dropout system is interchangeable and works with 142x12mm, 135x12mm and 135x5mm QR rear axle standards. Also, thanks to the shock mount chip in the linkage, you can change the bottom bracket height by 7mm, which also affects the head tube angle by 0.5 degrees.
The medium pictured here weighs just 28 pounds. MSRP is $5799.
Genius 910 build specs:
Ladies, this one's for you! The 2014 Scott Contessa Genius 710 women's-specific mountain bike has a lightweight alloy frame and comes with a Traction Control enabled damper, which allows for three travel/geometry settings to continually optimize your ride. Comes in 27.5" wheel size.
This size small weighs in at 28 pounds. MSRP is $3799.
The 2014 Salsa Beargrease Carbon is THE racing fatbike, with full carbon frame and fork. Think of all the terrain you can ride on a fatbike. Now think of riding it fast!
The frame’s massive carbon ‘tubes’ combine with front and rear thru-axles that increase the stiffness and efficiency of the chassis. The Beargrease Carbon has internal cable routing, all excesses removed, and new geometry that will have you forgetting you are on a fatbike. Made all the more sweet with a Salsa carbon tapered fork, Salsa Carbon flat handlebar, and SRAM XX1 drivetrain.
Ride everywhere and anywhere you never thought you could...how about a 40-mile weekend race, or the 1000-mile Iditarod Invitational in Alaska?
This large is the first to arrive, weighs in at 29.5 pounds. MSRP is $3499.
Is your little tyke ready for his/her first bike? Or has your child outgrown their current bike?
We've got you covered this year with a huge selection of bikes for boys and girls of all ages. Starter push bikes, 16" with training wheels, 20" bikes, even 24" full-suspension mountain bikes and road bikes for kids not quite ready for an adult size.
These are bikes you can feel safe and secure about letting your child ride:
Come in and speak to one of our sales staff, we'll help you pick out the perfect bicycle for your budget and your child's riding needs.
The 2014 Kona Satori 29er gives a super-confident big-wheel feel for all your trail riding pursuits. With 130mm of suspension, great standover clearance, climbing ability like an XC bike and descending fun like a DH rig. The new 2014 Kona Satori includes an upgrade to an XT Plus-style rear derailleur for a quieter ride, 12x142 rear axle, KS dropper post, tapered headtube, ISCG 05 tabs, direct-mount front derailleur, and press fit BB92 bottom bracket.
This size 19" weighed in at 33 lbs. MSRP is $3399.
Here's the first of many more to come...the 2014 Santa Cruz 5010 Carbon. A 68° head angle, lower bottom bracket height, shorter chainstays, and a 5lb frame weight give the new 5010 a snappy, nimble ride with great climbing agility.
Pictured here is a size large. This very special build kit includes SRAM XX1 drivetrain, ENVE carbon wheelset, Easton carbon handlebars, and Shimano XTR brakes. MSRP is $9775.