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Boys Champion BMX Bike - Blue (16" Wheels)

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Find bikes and cycles at Target.com! Your child can learn to cruise around the neighborhood with the titan boys' champion bmx bike. Framed in steel, it has 16" tires that provide great traction on surfaces. This kids bmx bike has removable training

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Jimmie Johnson 2013 Daytona 500 Champion Framed 11 x 14 Photograp

Commemorate Jimmie Johnson as the 2013 Daytona 500 champion with this autographed race-used collectible. Each piece features an 11" x 14" photo along with an autographed card from Jimmie Johnson, a piece of race-used winning tire and green flag used to start the race. It comes double matted and framed in black wood. This product is officially licensed by NASCAR and comes with a statement of authenticity from Mounted Memories and Hendrix Motorsports guaranteeing that the flag and tire that were used are authentic. The collectible also comes with an individually numbered, tamper evident hologram that can be reviewed online. This process helps to ensure that the product purchased is authentic and eliminates any possibility of duplication or fraud. Approximate overall dimensions: 18" x 18.5" x 1". Limited Edition of 117.

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Pride Victory Sport - Free Shipping - Used

Serial Number: SF613613415FVO Pride Victory Sport. Grab Yourself A Real Bargain Today! "Hi guys, I just wanted to say thank you to Derrick, Gareth, and the other folks I dealt with during AND after the purchase of my new Pride Victory Sport. Never have I had such a pleasant major purchase experience. Your obviously sincere concern that your customer gets the proper scooter for their particular needs meant a lot to me. And to top it off, I ordered it on 10/21 and it arrived just 2 days later on the 23rd. and I just love it. Being a former race car driver (and season champion) I had considered the EW36 because of its speed, but after going over the reviews I found on-line, I am so happy I chose the Victory Sport. It has plenty of speed, maneuverability, and comfort as well exactly what I was hoping looking for." Once again, thank you. You guys and gals are the greatest. Ken Livesay Southbridge Mass. (Order Online or Call Free 1-800-997-3077) Features: 1.Top Speed of 8Mph 2. Full Suspension For Enhanced Outdoor Performance 3. Long-Lasting, High Intensity LED Lighting Package The stylish, high-performing Victory Sport Scooter features innovative design and a full complement of unique standard features. A wraparound delta tiller, high-visibility LED lighting and full suspension are just a few features that make the Victory Sport an exceptional scooter choice. Need a mobility scooter that gets you there fast? Then you need the Pride Victory Sport! This rugged, high-performance personal scooter boasts top speeds of 8 mph. With 350 pounds of user weight capacity, a sealed transaxle drive train, and solid flatproof tires, the Victory Sport is built to last - plus, the standard high-back reclining seat makes every trip comfortable! Transport and stow your scooter without headaches, thanks to Pride's own one-handed feather-touch disassembly method. Call today to order your very own Pride Victory Sport mobility scooter! This price is for RED only.

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World Cup 105 Complete Bike-2015 Black, 52cm

If the aggressive, race-ready feel of the World Cup SL Complete Bike's frameset is any indication, then Colnago definitely wants us to rethink the viability of aluminum in a 'cross bike. "Trust me," says the frame, "I can do everything that you see the pros do on carbon but at a fraction of the cost." We admit to some initial skepticism -- not least of all because framesets can't actually talk -- but the World Cup's ride quickly dispelled our misgivings. In fact, the frame's power transmission and low weight make us question why we ever got into carbon 'cross bikes to begin with. Colnago managed to smooth the typically harsh ride of double-butted aluminum. While it's not as plush as some carbon frames, it does manage to dissipate road noise and trail chatter without hammering your arms or body or hampering your feel for the terrain. It still retains all of aluminum's power transmitting stiffness, though, so it doesn't leave a lot of wasted watts on the course when you're hammering out of corners, while the extended reach of the rear stays accommodates bigger tires and allows for clearance of mud and debris. One of our favorite features of the World Cup SL is the curved bar running from the top tube to the seat tube. This was allegedly added at the behest of one Mr. Albert, the then-world champion, in order to effortlessly and comfortably shoulder the bike for hills and obstacles. The tight, compact geometry and low head tube and rake make for aggressive handling while the bike's underneath you -- virtually the same geometry that Albert rode while wearing the rainbow stripes in 2013. While the bike's kit isn't quite on par with what Albert rode, its durability is more than welcome for our more humble applications. The drivetrain showcases Shimano's new 105 11-speed with FSA's no-nonsense Omega Compact crankset. The World Cup also includes the reliability of SRAM's disc brakes, which many of us feel are the best option for 'cross racing today because they brake con...

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World Cup 105 Complete Bike-2015

If the aggressive, race-ready feel of the World Cup SL Complete Bike's frameset is any indication, then Colnago definitely wants us to rethink the viability of aluminum in a 'cross bike. "Trust me," says the frame, "I can do everything that you see the pros do on carbon but at a fraction of the cost." We admit to some initial skepticism -- not least of all because framesets can't actually talk -- but the World Cup's ride quickly dispelled our misgivings. In fact, the frame's power transmission and low weight make us question why we ever got into carbon 'cross bikes to begin with. Colnago managed to smooth the typically harsh ride of double-butted aluminum. While it's not as plush as some carbon frames, it does manage to dissipate road noise and trail chatter without hammering your arms or body or hampering your feel for the terrain. It still retains all of aluminum's power transmitting stiffness, though, so it doesn't leave a lot of wasted watts on the course when you're hammering out of corners, while the extended reach of the rear stays accommodates bigger tires and allows for clearance of mud and debris. One of our favorite features of the World Cup SL is the curved bar running from the top tube to the seat tube. This was allegedly added at the behest of one Mr. Albert, the then-world champion, in order to effortlessly and comfortably shoulder the bike for hills and obstacles. The tight, compact geometry and low head tube and rake make for aggressive handling while the bike's underneath you -- virtually the same geometry that Albert rode while wearing the rainbow stripes in 2013. While the bike's kit isn't quite on par with what Albert rode, its durability is more than welcome for our more humble applications. The drivetrain showcases Shimano's new 105 11-speed with FSA's no-nonsense Omega Compact crankset. The World Cup also includes the reliability of SRAM's disc brakes, which many of us feel are the best option for 'cross racing today because they brake con...

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World Cup 105 Complete Bike-2015 Yellow, 52cm

If the aggressive, race-ready feel of the World Cup SL Complete Bike's frameset is any indication, then Colnago definitely wants us to rethink the viability of aluminum in a 'cross bike. "Trust me," says the frame, "I can do everything that you see the pros do on carbon but at a fraction of the cost." We admit to some initial skepticism -- not least of all because framesets can't actually talk -- but the World Cup's ride quickly dispelled our misgivings. In fact, the frame's power transmission and low weight make us question why we ever got into carbon 'cross bikes to begin with. Colnago managed to smooth the typically harsh ride of double-butted aluminum. While it's not as plush as some carbon frames, it does manage to dissipate road noise and trail chatter without hammering your arms or body or hampering your feel for the terrain. It still retains all of aluminum's power transmitting stiffness, though, so it doesn't leave a lot of wasted watts on the course when you're hammering out of corners, while the extended reach of the rear stays accommodates bigger tires and allows for clearance of mud and debris. One of our favorite features of the World Cup SL is the curved bar running from the top tube to the seat tube. This was allegedly added at the behest of one Mr. Albert, the then-world champion, in order to effortlessly and comfortably shoulder the bike for hills and obstacles. The tight, compact geometry and low head tube and rake make for aggressive handling while the bike's underneath you -- virtually the same geometry that Albert rode while wearing the rainbow stripes in 2013. While the bike's kit isn't quite on par with what Albert rode, its durability is more than welcome for our more humble applications. The drivetrain showcases Shimano's new 105 11-speed with FSA's no-nonsense Omega Compact crankset. The World Cup also includes the reliability of SRAM's disc brakes, which many of us feel are the best option for 'cross racing today because they brake con...

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World Cup 105 Complete Bike-2015 Black, 54cm

If the aggressive, race-ready feel of the World Cup SL Complete Bike's frameset is any indication, then Colnago definitely wants us to rethink the viability of aluminum in a 'cross bike. "Trust me," says the frame, "I can do everything that you see the pros do on carbon but at a fraction of the cost." We admit to some initial skepticism -- not least of all because framesets can't actually talk -- but the World Cup's ride quickly dispelled our misgivings. In fact, the frame's power transmission and low weight make us question why we ever got into carbon 'cross bikes to begin with. Colnago managed to smooth the typically harsh ride of double-butted aluminum. While it's not as plush as some carbon frames, it does manage to dissipate road noise and trail chatter without hammering your arms or body or hampering your feel for the terrain. It still retains all of aluminum's power transmitting stiffness, though, so it doesn't leave a lot of wasted watts on the course when you're hammering out of corners, while the extended reach of the rear stays accommodates bigger tires and allows for clearance of mud and debris. One of our favorite features of the World Cup SL is the curved bar running from the top tube to the seat tube. This was allegedly added at the behest of one Mr. Albert, the then-world champion, in order to effortlessly and comfortably shoulder the bike for hills and obstacles. The tight, compact geometry and low head tube and rake make for aggressive handling while the bike's underneath you -- virtually the same geometry that Albert rode while wearing the rainbow stripes in 2013. While the bike's kit isn't quite on par with what Albert rode, its durability is more than welcome for our more humble applications. The drivetrain showcases Shimano's new 105 11-speed with FSA's no-nonsense Omega Compact crankset. The World Cup also includes the reliability of SRAM's disc brakes, which many of us feel are the best option for 'cross racing today because they brake con...

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Jimmie Johnson 2013 Sprint Cup Series Champion 1:24-Scale Die-Cast Di

Commemorate Jimmie Johnson as the 2013 Sprint Cup Series Champion with this acrylic die-cast display case. Each case has its own built-in pedestal and a piece of race-used tire from the 2013 championship season. It also comes engraved with the NASCAR 2013 Championship logo and Jimmie Johnson's facsimile signature. The item includes a statement of authenticity from Hendrick Motorsports and Fanatics Authentic, guaranteeing that the piece of tire that was used is authentic. The case interior measurements are as follows: 9 3/4 x 5 1/2 x 7 1/2. *Memorabilia not included.

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World Cup 105 Complete Bike-2015 Yellow, 56cm

If the aggressive, race-ready feel of the World Cup SL Complete Bike's frameset is any indication, then Colnago definitely wants us to rethink the viability of aluminum in a 'cross bike. "Trust me," says the frame, "I can do everything that you see the pros do on carbon but at a fraction of the cost." We admit to some initial skepticism -- not least of all because framesets can't actually talk -- but the World Cup's ride quickly dispelled our misgivings. In fact, the frame's power transmission and low weight make us question why we ever got into carbon 'cross bikes to begin with. Colnago managed to smooth the typically harsh ride of double-butted aluminum. While it's not as plush as some carbon frames, it does manage to dissipate road noise and trail chatter without hammering your arms or body or hampering your feel for the terrain. It still retains all of aluminum's power transmitting stiffness, though, so it doesn't leave a lot of wasted watts on the course when you're hammering out of corners, while the extended reach of the rear stays accommodates bigger tires and allows for clearance of mud and debris. One of our favorite features of the World Cup SL is the curved bar running from the top tube to the seat tube. This was allegedly added at the behest of one Mr. Albert, the then-world champion, in order to effortlessly and comfortably shoulder the bike for hills and obstacles. The tight, compact geometry and low head tube and rake make for aggressive handling while the bike's underneath you -- virtually the same geometry that Albert rode while wearing the rainbow stripes in 2013. While the bike's kit isn't quite on par with what Albert rode, its durability is more than welcome for our more humble applications. The drivetrain showcases Shimano's new 105 11-speed with FSA's no-nonsense Omega Compact crankset. The World Cup also includes the reliability of SRAM's disc brakes, which many of us feel are the best option for 'cross racing today because they brake con...

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Brad Keselowski 2012 Sprint Cup Series Champion 1:24 Die-Cast Display

Commemorate Brad Keselowski as the 2012 Sprint Cup Series Champion with this acrylic die cast display case from Fanatics Authentic. Each unique case comes with its own built-in pedestal and a piece of race-used tire from the 2012 Championship season. It also comes engraved with the NASCAR 2012 Championship logo, Keselowski's Name and car number. It includes a statement of authenticity from Penske Racing and Fanatics Authentic guaranteeing tire piece is authentic. The case interior measurements are as follows: 9 Ÿ x 5 œ x7 œ .

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World Cup 105 Complete Bike-2015 Yellow, 54cm

If the aggressive, race-ready feel of the World Cup SL Complete Bike's frameset is any indication, then Colnago definitely wants us to rethink the viability of aluminum in a 'cross bike. "Trust me," says the frame, "I can do everything that you see the pros do on carbon but at a fraction of the cost." We admit to some initial skepticism -- not least of all because framesets can't actually talk -- but the World Cup's ride quickly dispelled our misgivings. In fact, the frame's power transmission and low weight make us question why we ever got into carbon 'cross bikes to begin with. Colnago managed to smooth the typically harsh ride of double-butted aluminum. While it's not as plush as some carbon frames, it does manage to dissipate road noise and trail chatter without hammering your arms or body or hampering your feel for the terrain. It still retains all of aluminum's power transmitting stiffness, though, so it doesn't leave a lot of wasted watts on the course when you're hammering out of corners, while the extended reach of the rear stays accommodates bigger tires and allows for clearance of mud and debris. One of our favorite features of the World Cup SL is the curved bar running from the top tube to the seat tube. This was allegedly added at the behest of one Mr. Albert, the then-world champion, in order to effortlessly and comfortably shoulder the bike for hills and obstacles. The tight, compact geometry and low head tube and rake make for aggressive handling while the bike's underneath you -- virtually the same geometry that Albert rode while wearing the rainbow stripes in 2013. While the bike's kit isn't quite on par with what Albert rode, its durability is more than welcome for our more humble applications. The drivetrain showcases Shimano's new 105 11-speed with FSA's no-nonsense Omega Compact crankset. The World Cup also includes the reliability of SRAM's disc brakes, which many of us feel are the best option for 'cross racing today because they brake con...

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Kevin Harvick 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Champion Framed Collage W

This unique collectible commemorates Kevin Harvick as 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup champion. Each collectible contains one 12.5 x 14.5 collage photo, a descriptive plate, and a piece of 2014 race-used tire(not from any specific race). All double matted and framed in team colors with a black wood frame. This product is officially licensed by NASCAR and comes with a statement of authenticity from Fanatics Authentic guaranteeing that the tire used is authentic. It measures 15 x 17 x 1 and comes ready to hang in your home or office. Limited edition of 504.

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World Cup 105 Complete Bike-2015 Black, 50cm

If the aggressive, race-ready feel of the World Cup SL Complete Bike's frameset is any indication, then Colnago definitely wants us to rethink the viability of aluminum in a 'cross bike. "Trust me," says the frame, "I can do everything that you see the pros do on carbon but at a fraction of the cost." We admit to some initial skepticism -- not least of all because framesets can't actually talk -- but the World Cup's ride quickly dispelled our misgivings. In fact, the frame's power transmission and low weight make us question why we ever got into carbon 'cross bikes to begin with. Colnago managed to smooth the typically harsh ride of double-butted aluminum. While it's not as plush as some carbon frames, it does manage to dissipate road noise and trail chatter without hammering your arms or body or hampering your feel for the terrain. It still retains all of aluminum's power transmitting stiffness, though, so it doesn't leave a lot of wasted watts on the course when you're hammering out of corners, while the extended reach of the rear stays accommodates bigger tires and allows for clearance of mud and debris. One of our favorite features of the World Cup SL is the curved bar running from the top tube to the seat tube. This was allegedly added at the behest of one Mr. Albert, the then-world champion, in order to effortlessly and comfortably shoulder the bike for hills and obstacles. The tight, compact geometry and low head tube and rake make for aggressive handling while the bike's underneath you -- virtually the same geometry that Albert rode while wearing the rainbow stripes in 2013. While the bike's kit isn't quite on par with what Albert rode, its durability is more than welcome for our more humble applications. The drivetrain showcases Shimano's new 105 11-speed with FSA's no-nonsense Omega Compact crankset. The World Cup also includes the reliability of SRAM's disc brakes, which many of us feel are the best option for 'cross racing today because they brake con...

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Jimmie Johnson 6-Time Sprint Cup Series Champion Framed 15 x 17 C

This unique collectible commemorates Jimmie Johnson as the 6-time Sprint Cup Series champion. Each collectible contains one 12.5 x 14.5 collage photo, a descriptive plate, and a piece of race-used championship tire from the #48 Chevrolet Impala. All double matted and framed in team colors with a black wood frame. It is officially licensed by NASCAR and comes with a statement of authenticity from Fanatics Authentic and Hendricks Motorsports guaranteeing that the tire used is authentic. It measures 15 x 17 x 1 and comes ready to hang in your home or office. Limited edition of 648.

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XLM 29 Titanium Mountain Bike Frame Titanium Etched, M

Shaped stays, both seat and chain, define the ride and form of modern hardtails. It all started over a quarter century ago, when Merlin set out to build a frame for the defending '85 NORBA champion -- and proudly lives on in this XLM 29 Titanium Mountain Bike Frame. That Merlin resulted in two mountain bike firsts; curvy, manipulated stays and titanium as a frame medium. It also launched them into the lime light -- almost immediately, Merlin cutouts from period 'zines joined the airbrushed model shots and super car collages decorating shop work benches. Fast forward to today, and those manipulated stays now allow large, 2. 4-inch twenty-niner rubber to comfortably reside in the XLM's stubby 17. 5-inch chainstays. No easy feat, considering the requirements of current one-by and narrow Q-factor cranks populating the bottom brackets of high-end, race-worthy 29ers. Just as important as tire/crank clearance, the XLM's mix of 3-2. 5 titanium and appealing curves reward riders with an experience well out of reach of the omnipresent black weave -- no matter how much marketing magic is wished into carbon, its inherent dampening is going to feel dead and dull next to the XLM. This is due to the double-butted 3Al-2. 5V titanium's modulus and ability to express less deformity under stress than aluminum, but more so than carbon fiber. This translates to a responsive and direct feeling under load (think of a spring) that, unlike carbon fiber which redirects shock energy throughout the frame, creates a natural dampening of vibration with a lively ride. Like all Merlins, the XLM possess oversized down, top, and seat tubes that are connected to a 44mm head tube and PressFit 30 bottom bracket. This produces a triangle that's extremely light and stiff for excellent steering response. In fact, Merlin was a pioneer of oversized tubing, dating back to its very first mountain bike designed for Joe Murray and later, designed with him. Also, just like those originals, every XLM feat...

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XLM 29 Titanium Mountain Bike Frame Titanium Etched, L

Shaped stays, both seat and chain, define the ride and form of modern hardtails. It all started over a quarter century ago, when Merlin set out to build a frame for the defending '85 NORBA champion -- and proudly lives on in this XLM 29 Titanium Mountain Bike Frame. That Merlin resulted in two mountain bike firsts; curvy, manipulated stays and titanium as a frame medium. It also launched them into the lime light -- almost immediately, Merlin cutouts from period 'zines joined the airbrushed model shots and super car collages decorating shop work benches. Fast forward to today, and those manipulated stays now allow large, 2. 4-inch twenty-niner rubber to comfortably reside in the XLM's stubby 17. 5-inch chainstays. No easy feat, considering the requirements of current one-by and narrow Q-factor cranks populating the bottom brackets of high-end, race-worthy 29ers. Just as important as tire/crank clearance, the XLM's mix of 3-2. 5 titanium and appealing curves reward riders with an experience well out of reach of the omnipresent black weave -- no matter how much marketing magic is wished into carbon, its inherent dampening is going to feel dead and dull next to the XLM. This is due to the double-butted 3Al-2. 5V titanium's modulus and ability to express less deformity under stress than aluminum, but more so than carbon fiber. This translates to a responsive and direct feeling under load (think of a spring) that, unlike carbon fiber which redirects shock energy throughout the frame, creates a natural dampening of vibration with a lively ride. Like all Merlins, the XLM possess oversized down, top, and seat tubes that are connected to a 44mm head tube and PressFit 30 bottom bracket. This produces a triangle that's extremely light and stiff for excellent steering response. In fact, Merlin was a pioneer of oversized tubing, dating back to its very first mountain bike designed for Joe Murray and later, designed with him. Also, just like those originals, every XLM feat...

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XLM 29 Titanium Mountain Bike Frame Titanium, L

Shaped stays, both seat and chain, define the ride and form of modern hardtails. It all started over a quarter century ago, when Merlin set out to build a frame for the defending '85 NORBA champion -- and proudly lives on in this XLM 29 Titanium Mountain Bike Frame. That Merlin resulted in two mountain bike firsts; curvy, manipulated stays and titanium as a frame medium. It also launched them into the lime light -- almost immediately, Merlin cutouts from period 'zines joined the airbrushed model shots and super car collages decorating shop work benches. Fast forward to today, and those manipulated stays now allow large, 2. 4-inch twenty-niner rubber to comfortably reside in the XLM's stubby 17. 5-inch chainstays. No easy feat, considering the requirements of current one-by and narrow Q-factor cranks populating the bottom brackets of high-end, race-worthy 29ers. Just as important as tire/crank clearance, the XLM's mix of 3-2. 5 titanium and appealing curves reward riders with an experience well out of reach of the omnipresent black weave -- no matter how much marketing magic is wished into carbon, its inherent dampening is going to feel dead and dull next to the XLM. This is due to the double-butted 3Al-2. 5V titanium's modulus and ability to express less deformity under stress than aluminum, but more so than carbon fiber. This translates to a responsive and direct feeling under load (think of a spring) that, unlike carbon fiber which redirects shock energy throughout the frame, creates a natural dampening of vibration with a lively ride. Like all Merlins, the XLM possess oversized down, top, and seat tubes that are connected to a 44mm head tube and PressFit 30 bottom bracket. This produces a triangle that's extremely light and stiff for excellent steering response. In fact, Merlin was a pioneer of oversized tubing, dating back to its very first mountain bike designed for Joe Murray and later, designed with him. Also, just like those originals, every XLM feat...

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XLM 29 Titanium Mountain Bike Frame Titanium, XL

Shaped stays, both seat and chain, define the ride and form of modern hardtails. It all started over a quarter century ago, when Merlin set out to build a frame for the defending '85 NORBA champion -- and proudly lives on in this XLM 29 Titanium Mountain Bike Frame. That Merlin resulted in two mountain bike firsts; curvy, manipulated stays and titanium as a frame medium. It also launched them into the lime light -- almost immediately, Merlin cutouts from period 'zines joined the airbrushed model shots and super car collages decorating shop work benches. Fast forward to today, and those manipulated stays now allow large, 2. 4-inch twenty-niner rubber to comfortably reside in the XLM's stubby 17. 5-inch chainstays. No easy feat, considering the requirements of current one-by and narrow Q-factor cranks populating the bottom brackets of high-end, race-worthy 29ers. Just as important as tire/crank clearance, the XLM's mix of 3-2. 5 titanium and appealing curves reward riders with an experience well out of reach of the omnipresent black weave -- no matter how much marketing magic is wished into carbon, its inherent dampening is going to feel dead and dull next to the XLM. This is due to the double-butted 3Al-2. 5V titanium's modulus and ability to express less deformity under stress than aluminum, but more so than carbon fiber. This translates to a responsive and direct feeling under load (think of a spring) that, unlike carbon fiber which redirects shock energy throughout the frame, creates a natural dampening of vibration with a lively ride. Like all Merlins, the XLM possess oversized down, top, and seat tubes that are connected to a 44mm head tube and PressFit 30 bottom bracket. This produces a triangle that's extremely light and stiff for excellent steering response. In fact, Merlin was a pioneer of oversized tubing, dating back to its very first mountain bike designed for Joe Murray and later, designed with him. Also, just like those originals, every XLM feat...

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XLM 29 Titanium Mountain Bike Frame Titanium, M

Shaped stays, both seat and chain, define the ride and form of modern hardtails. It all started over a quarter century ago, when Merlin set out to build a frame for the defending '85 NORBA champion -- and proudly lives on in this XLM 29 Titanium Mountain Bike Frame. That Merlin resulted in two mountain bike firsts; curvy, manipulated stays and titanium as a frame medium. It also launched them into the lime light -- almost immediately, Merlin cutouts from period 'zines joined the airbrushed model shots and super car collages decorating shop work benches. Fast forward to today, and those manipulated stays now allow large, 2. 4-inch twenty-niner rubber to comfortably reside in the XLM's stubby 17. 5-inch chainstays. No easy feat, considering the requirements of current one-by and narrow Q-factor cranks populating the bottom brackets of high-end, race-worthy 29ers. Just as important as tire/crank clearance, the XLM's mix of 3-2. 5 titanium and appealing curves reward riders with an experience well out of reach of the omnipresent black weave -- no matter how much marketing magic is wished into carbon, its inherent dampening is going to feel dead and dull next to the XLM. This is due to the double-butted 3Al-2. 5V titanium's modulus and ability to express less deformity under stress than aluminum, but more so than carbon fiber. This translates to a responsive and direct feeling under load (think of a spring) that, unlike carbon fiber which redirects shock energy throughout the frame, creates a natural dampening of vibration with a lively ride. Like all Merlins, the XLM possess oversized down, top, and seat tubes that are connected to a 44mm head tube and PressFit 30 bottom bracket. This produces a triangle that's extremely light and stiff for excellent steering response. In fact, Merlin was a pioneer of oversized tubing, dating back to its very first mountain bike designed for Joe Murray and later, designed with him. Also, just like those originals, every XLM feat...

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XLM 29 Titanium Mountain Bike Frame

Shaped stays, both seat and chain, define the ride and form of modern hardtails. It all started over a quarter century ago, when Merlin set out to build a frame for the defending '85 NORBA champion -- and proudly lives on in this XLM 29 Titanium Mountain Bike Frame. That Merlin resulted in two mountain bike firsts; curvy, manipulated stays and titanium as a frame medium. It also launched them into the lime light -- almost immediately, Merlin cutouts from period 'zines joined the airbrushed model shots and super car collages decorating shop work benches. Fast forward to today, and those manipulated stays now allow large, 2. 4-inch twenty-niner rubber to comfortably reside in the XLM's stubby 17. 5-inch chainstays. No easy feat, considering the requirements of current one-by and narrow Q-factor cranks populating the bottom brackets of high-end, race-worthy 29ers. Just as important as tire/crank clearance, the XLM's mix of 3-2. 5 titanium and appealing curves reward riders with an experience well out of reach of the omnipresent black weave -- no matter how much marketing magic is wished into carbon, its inherent dampening is going to feel dead and dull next to the XLM. This is due to the double-butted 3Al-2. 5V titanium's modulus and ability to express less deformity under stress than aluminum, but more so than carbon fiber. This translates to a responsive and direct feeling under load (think of a spring) that, unlike carbon fiber which redirects shock energy throughout the frame, creates a natural dampening of vibration with a lively ride. Like all Merlins, the XLM possess oversized down, top, and seat tubes that are connected to a 44mm head tube and PressFit 30 bottom bracket. This produces a triangle that's extremely light and stiff for excellent steering response. In fact, Merlin was a pioneer of oversized tubing, dating back to its very first mountain bike designed for Joe Murray and later, designed with him. Also, just like those originals, every XLM feat...

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