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DS-3 26" Men's Suspension Bike (EA)

Flexible hi-ten steel suspension frame is better able to handle varied terrain by absorbing roughness for a great, responsive ride on- or off-road. Enzo 21-speed twist shift drive train with Shimano TZ-30 7-speed index rear derailleur and steel linear pull brakes improve performance. Kolo Performance Combo I, including Kolo 5200 suspension fork and 3-piece crank, designed exclusively by Huffy. Weather resistant lightweight alloy rims improve braking and perform well in all conditions. 26" x 1.95" Knobby tires are durable enough for mountain trails yet strong and fast enough for street rides.

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DS-3 26" Men's Dual Suspension Bike Red 26 in. -23%

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The Huffy men's DS-3 mountain bike's full suspension frame and Kolo 5200 suspension fork are ready to tackle the roughest of trails. Enzo 21-speed twist shifting combines with the Shimano rear derailleur for smooth transitions, and steel linear-pull

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Mens Ranger 26" Mountain Bike- Red

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Find bikes and cycles at Target.com! Like all schwinn bikes the ranger features a lifetime limited warranty for as long as you own the bike. A mountain style frame, front schwinn suspension fork, and 21 speeds make this a versatile bike for riding

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Girls Ranger 24" Mountain Bike- White/Blue

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Find bikes and cycles at Target.com! Like all schwinn bikes the ranger features a limited lifetime warranty for as long as you own the bike. A mountain style frame, front schwinn suspension fork, and 21 speeds make this a versatile bike for riding

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EMD Mountain Bike Frame - 2014 Arctic White, M

While it lacks the pomp of Niner's RDO carbon bikes, the EMD 9 Mountain Bike Frame's stiff, light construction and efficient power-transfer spine make a strong argument that simple is sometimes better. Of course, claiming the EMD is a simple design elides the fact that it benefits from Niner's industry-defining work with 29er hardtail geometry, but in a world of gee-golly suspension hype and convoluted plastic frames, the EMD 9 hearkens back to a day when bikes were born on the trail, not the lab bench. The EMD 9 is similar in many regards with Niner's Air 9, with a slightly steeper head tube angle and shorter wheelbase than the Air 9 frame. This gives the EMD more agility in technical spots, while the tapered head tube keeps tracking on point while allowing for a built-up down tube and bottom bracket, ensuring that all power is spent going forward. The EMD does weigh more than the Air 9, but the difference is less than 200 grams, claimed, so it's hardly noticeable on a full bike that's meant for the trail, not the scale. Another difference between the EMD and the Air is that the former has a standard, threaded bottom bracket shell, so you'll spend less time thumbing through the byzantine catalogs of component manufacturers looking for an adapter to adapt the adapter to fit the crankset into the right adapter and more time on the trail.

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Terrain 26" Men's Suspension Bike (EA)

Super-lightweight and flexible aluminum suspension frame is better able to handle varied terrain by absorbing roughness for a great, responsive ride on- or off-road. SRAM 21-speed twist shifting system with a Shimano TZ-30 7-speed index rear derailleur are a superior combination for shifting and overall performance. Kolo Performance 5200 suspension fork and Kolo steel 3-piece crank, designed exclusively by Huffy to work with the dual suspension frame for the optimum riding experience. Lightweight aluminum linear pull brakes on weather- and corrosion-resistant alloy rims perform well in all condition. 26" x 2.30" Knobby tires are durable enough for mountain trails yet strong and fast enough for street rides.

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Impasse 29" Men's Mountain Bike Red 700C -24%

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Trail riding is safe and fun with the Mongoose men's mountain bike Large wheels and an element suspension fork let the Mongoose Impasse HD 29 inch men's mountain bike roll over tough terrain with ease. The aluminum frame creates a lightweight,

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Impasse 29" Men's Mountain Bike Red 700C -24%

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Trail riding is safe and fun with the Mongoose men's mountain bike Large wheels and an element suspension fork let the Mongoose Impasse HD 29 inch men's mountain bike roll over tough terrain with ease. The aluminum frame creates a lightweight,

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Jet 9 Carbon Mountain Bike Frame - 2014 Hot Tamale, L

The fact that the Jet 9 Carbon Mountain Bike Frame isn't the top of Niner's line carries a distinct benefit: you don't have to pay the pole-position tax levied against the RDO frames, but you still enjoy Niner's race-ready efficiency and unrivaled 29er suspension platform. The Jet 9 Carbon shares the same monocoque front triangle with tapered head tube as the RDO -- including the PF30 PressFit bottom bracket, eight oversized cartridge bearings, and cleanly routed internal cables. That's where the similarities end, and the JET 9 Carbon takes on an existence all of its own. The rear triangle uses a similar carbon layup as the front, but Instead of carbon links, the JET 9 gets stiff, forged alloy ones. It also ditches the 12x142mm rear thru-axle in favor of 10x135mm quick-release standard. These measures reduce weight, without sacrificing anything to the handling deities. While the industry-wide love of 29ers has sent some manufacturers into R&D purgatory in order to find a solution to full suspension/29er compatibility issues, Niner has been sitting pretty for some time with its 100 millimeters of CVA travel. The CVA suspension's lower link sits below the bottom bracket, which puts bike's virtual instant center ahead of the drivetrain and effectively isolates the drivetrain from the rear triangle. When you press on the pedals, nothing's lost to compressing the suspension, and you won't suffer kickback from chainstay growth when taking advantage of the 29er's ability to push on through rock gardens. The CVA design also boasts stubby chainstays, which goes some way toward addressing the blocky handling issues usually associated with 29ers. The Jet 9 Carbon enjoys both the free-rolling, stable abandon of those big 29er contact points and an ability to negotiate tight switchbacks and technical stretches that's more in line with 27. 5s. While climbing, it labors pleasantly with little complaint and virtually no bob. While we know and like plenty of Bobs off the bi...

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EMD Mountain Bike Frame - 2014 Arctic White, XS

While it lacks the pomp of Niner's RDO carbon bikes, the EMD 9 Mountain Bike Frame's stiff, light construction and efficient power-transfer spine make a strong argument that simple is sometimes better. Of course, claiming the EMD is a simple design elides the fact that it benefits from Niner's industry-defining work with 29er hardtail geometry, but in a world of gee-golly suspension hype and convoluted plastic frames, the EMD 9 hearkens back to a day when bikes were born on the trail, not the lab bench. The EMD 9 is similar in many regards with Niner's Air 9, with a slightly steeper head tube angle and shorter wheelbase than the Air 9 frame. This gives the EMD more agility in technical spots, while the tapered head tube keeps tracking on point while allowing for a built-up down tube and bottom bracket, ensuring that all power is spent going forward. The EMD does weigh more than the Air 9, but the difference is less than 200 grams, claimed, so it's hardly noticeable on a full bike that's meant for the trail, not the scale. Another difference between the EMD and the Air is that the former has a standard, threaded bottom bracket shell, so you'll spend less time thumbing through the byzantine catalogs of component manufacturers looking for an adapter to adapt the adapter to fit the crankset into the right adapter and more time on the trail.

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Jet 9 Carbon Mountain Bike Frame - 2014

The fact that the Jet 9 Carbon Mountain Bike Frame isn't the top of Niner's line carries a distinct benefit: you don't have to pay the pole-position tax levied against the RDO frames, but you still enjoy Niner's race-ready efficiency and unrivaled 29er suspension platform. The Jet 9 Carbon shares the same monocoque front triangle with tapered head tube as the RDO -- including the PF30 PressFit bottom bracket, eight oversized cartridge bearings, and cleanly routed internal cables. That's where the similarities end, and the JET 9 Carbon takes on an existence all of its own. The rear triangle uses a similar carbon layup as the front, but Instead of carbon links, the JET 9 gets stiff, forged alloy ones. It also ditches the 12x142mm rear thru-axle in favor of 10x135mm quick-release standard. These measures reduce weight, without sacrificing anything to the handling deities. While the industry-wide love of 29ers has sent some manufacturers into R&D purgatory in order to find a solution to full suspension/29er compatibility issues, Niner has been sitting pretty for some time with its 100 millimeters of CVA travel. The CVA suspension's lower link sits below the bottom bracket, which puts bike's virtual instant center ahead of the drivetrain and effectively isolates the drivetrain from the rear triangle. When you press on the pedals, nothing's lost to compressing the suspension, and you won't suffer kickback from chainstay growth when taking advantage of the 29er's ability to push on through rock gardens. The CVA design also boasts stubby chainstays, which goes some way toward addressing the blocky handling issues usually associated with 29ers. The Jet 9 Carbon enjoys both the free-rolling, stable abandon of those big 29er contact points and an ability to negotiate tight switchbacks and technical stretches that's more in line with 27. 5s. While climbing, it labors pleasantly with little complaint and virtually no bob. While we know and like plenty of Bobs off the bi...

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K20G Girls Bike

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Find bikes and cycles at Target.com! The kawasaki k20 girls 20 inch mountain bike is the perfect youngsters first mountain bike. Built on a low profile frame for more clearance and featuring a suspension fork to smooth the trail, 6-speed gears help

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EMD Mountain Bike Frame - 2014

While it lacks the pomp of Niner's RDO carbon bikes, the EMD 9 Mountain Bike Frame's stiff, light construction and efficient power-transfer spine make a strong argument that simple is sometimes better. Of course, claiming the EMD is a simple design elides the fact that it benefits from Niner's industry-defining work with 29er hardtail geometry, but in a world of gee-golly suspension hype and convoluted plastic frames, the EMD 9 hearkens back to a day when bikes were born on the trail, not the lab bench. The EMD 9 is similar in many regards with Niner's Air 9, with a slightly steeper head tube angle and shorter wheelbase than the Air 9 frame. This gives the EMD more agility in technical spots, while the tapered head tube keeps tracking on point while allowing for a built-up down tube and bottom bracket, ensuring that all power is spent going forward. The EMD does weigh more than the Air 9, but the difference is less than 200 grams, claimed, so it's hardly noticeable on a full bike that's meant for the trail, not the scale. Another difference between the EMD and the Air is that the former has a standard, threaded bottom bracket shell, so you'll spend less time thumbing through the byzantine catalogs of component manufacturers looking for an adapter to adapt the adapter to fit the crankset into the right adapter and more time on the trail.

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EMD Mountain Bike Frame - 2014 Arctic White, XL

While it lacks the pomp of Niner's RDO carbon bikes, the EMD 9 Mountain Bike Frame's stiff, light construction and efficient power-transfer spine make a strong argument that simple is sometimes better. Of course, claiming the EMD is a simple design elides the fact that it benefits from Niner's industry-defining work with 29er hardtail geometry, but in a world of gee-golly suspension hype and convoluted plastic frames, the EMD 9 hearkens back to a day when bikes were born on the trail, not the lab bench. The EMD 9 is similar in many regards with Niner's Air 9, with a slightly steeper head tube angle and shorter wheelbase than the Air 9 frame. This gives the EMD more agility in technical spots, while the tapered head tube keeps tracking on point while allowing for a built-up down tube and bottom bracket, ensuring that all power is spent going forward. The EMD does weigh more than the Air 9, but the difference is less than 200 grams, claimed, so it's hardly noticeable on a full bike that's meant for the trail, not the scale. Another difference between the EMD and the Air is that the former has a standard, threaded bottom bracket shell, so you'll spend less time thumbing through the byzantine catalogs of component manufacturers looking for an adapter to adapt the adapter to fit the crankset into the right adapter and more time on the trail.

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EMD Mountain Bike Frame - 2014 Licorice, XS

While it lacks the pomp of Niner's RDO carbon bikes, the EMD 9 Mountain Bike Frame's stiff, light construction and efficient power-transfer spine make a strong argument that simple is sometimes better. Of course, claiming the EMD is a simple design elides the fact that it benefits from Niner's industry-defining work with 29er hardtail geometry, but in a world of gee-golly suspension hype and convoluted plastic frames, the EMD 9 hearkens back to a day when bikes were born on the trail, not the lab bench. The EMD 9 is similar in many regards with Niner's Air 9, with a slightly steeper head tube angle and shorter wheelbase than the Air 9 frame. This gives the EMD more agility in technical spots, while the tapered head tube keeps tracking on point while allowing for a built-up down tube and bottom bracket, ensuring that all power is spent going forward. The EMD does weigh more than the Air 9, but the difference is less than 200 grams, claimed, so it's hardly noticeable on a full bike that's meant for the trail, not the scale. Another difference between the EMD and the Air is that the former has a standard, threaded bottom bracket shell, so you'll spend less time thumbing through the byzantine catalogs of component manufacturers looking for an adapter to adapt the adapter to fit the crankset into the right adapter and more time on the trail.

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LES 29 Carbon Mountain Bike Frame Matte Carbon/Red, M

As common as plaid, button-up shirts on 30 somethings, it's getting harder and harder for a new 29er to standout -- especially with an ambitious and fresh 27. 5-inch face stealing the limelight. Thankfully, Pivot is preventing 29er's midlife from the ubiquitous office job and a social life of mediocrity with its hardtail, LES 29 Carbon Mountain Bike Frame. Aside from the flight-ready, jump-specific Point, the LES represents Pivot's first venture onto hardtail mountain bike territory. But, this is far from Pivot's first hula with big hoops and the almighty black fiber. Five years ago, the Mach 429 shook up squishies by mating 29er wheels with DW-Link suspension, and the Mach 5. 7 has recently set a new benchmark for what is possible with carbon fiber. What separates the 5. 7 from the carbon masses is Pivot's exclusive hollow-box, high-compression internal molding technology -- the same process used to create the LES' signature shapes. And those tasteful curves aren't like the false advertising of a corset. They're the result of extensive frame tuning in order to provide a sub 2. 5lb chassis that accelerates with enthusiasm, yet filters body-fatiguing chatter. Pivot's internal mold technology allows for greater compaction and smoother internal walls to produce a lighter, stronger, and highly optimized frame. The top tube and seatstays are flattened compared to the large down tube. This allows a leaf-spring-like-motion to dampen the LES' ride. This shape, however, is wider along the z-axis, so it won't flex side to side while sprinting. Adding color to the ride-quality picture are stout chainstays that have been mated to a 92mm PressFit bottom bracket. This provides excellent response on a geared bike, but better yet, the increased strength also welcomes the demands of single speed riding. And yes, the LES can strip the shinny bits in favor of simplicity with the separately available, Swinger drops. Making a single speed frame is fairly straight forward, however,...

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Mens Standoff 26" Mountain Bike- Black/Red

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Find bikes and cycles at Target.com! Mongoose brings its push the limits attitude to mountain bikes. The standoff has a full suspension frame and front suspension fork so it will be comfortable chewing up rough terrain, and with 21 speeds and thick

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Mountain Bike 24" Boys Mongoose Standoff

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Find bikes and cycles at Target.com! Mongoose brings its push the limits attitude to mountain bikes. The standoff has a full suspension frame and front suspension fork so it will comfortable chewing up rough terrain, and with 21 speeds and thick

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Bicycles K20G 20 in. Girl's Bike Grays 74520

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Shop for Outdoors at The Home Depot. This twenty-incher is the perfect youngsters first mountain bike. Built on a low profile frame for more clearance and featuring a suspension fork to smooth the trail, 6-speed gears help flatten hills and linear

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Mojo HDR 650B Carbon Mountain Bike Frame - 2014 DB Inline/Reverse Vitamin P, XL

When re-imagining its long-travel trail bike for 27. 5-inch wheels, Ibis refused to sacrifice the handling that popularized the Mojo HD. So, rather than reinventing it, Ibis chose instead to refine it by shedding a half-a-pound of weight, adding ISCG05 chain guide compatibility, and renaming it the Mojo HDR 650B Mountain Bike Frame. In other words, you get the same ride that's made the original a worldwide favorite, with a few subtle tweaks that bring it back to the forefront of its class. Basically, it's exactly like it was, only better. The Mojo HD is something of a modern classic, which is why Ibis chose not to mess with the geometry or the suspension on the HDR. Accordingly, you'll find the same DW-Link suspension design, which relies on parallel links in order to generate 130mm of plush, yet firm travel. And if that sounds like a paradox, let us assure you, it isn't. Dave Weagle is a bright guy, and as the namesake and designer of the DW-Link, he has a history of building some of the best performing suspension bikes on the planet. What this means for the HDR is that the suspension is designed to provide anti-squat in response to rider input. So, rather than relying on elevated amounts of compression damping to provide a firm feel, the suspension design does that for you. And since that allows for a lighter compression tune, the rear wheel is free to move out of the way of impacts. The result is a bike that smooth out the roughest of trails, while remaining firm when you get on the pedals. Like its predecessor, the HDR's front and rear triangle are built of carbon fiber, and employ a process that Ibis has been steadily refining since the first Mojo hit the scene in 2005. Those refinements have enabled Ibis to shave roughly half-a-pound from the HD without sacrificing any strength or stiffness. And that's important, since the HDR is intended to be rallied down the fastest, roughest trails around. You'll also find the same head tube insert and stiff aluminum ...

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