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Overdrive Sport 29er Mountain Bike Save on Great Bikes Under 600 Dollars

Diamondback Overdrive Sport 29er Mountain Bike. If you're a member of the declining population of riders who still hasn't thrown a leg over a 29er, the Diamondback Overdrive Sport might just be the bike to push you off the fence. There's just no denying the rock-crawling, root-crushing power of a larger 29 wheel. Making the largest of obstacles the smallest of matters is a defining trait of these rigs. Throw decreased rolling resistance, increased traction when cornering, as well as improved ground clearance into the conversation and this 29er is sure to sway even the staunchest skeptic. First off, this lightweight aluminum bike is a climber and an obstacle-conqueror par excellence. At its core is a 6061-T6 aluminum Overdrive series frame boasting newly formed top and down tubes, a machined head tube, and forged drop outs for added durability. The ever-so-sloping top tube provides ample stand-over clearance while geometry-wise the frame is perfectly on target for making quick work of cross country and trail-riding endeavors with a 71 head tube angle and a 73 seat tube angle. The 390mm (15.4 inch) chainstays, too, ensure this 29er is extremely responsive and a flat-out joy to ride. The Overdrive Sport's 29 wheels give you a leg up when it comes to rolling over rocks, roots, and such but you'll surely appreciate the SR Suntour XCT-LO 29 suspension fork up front that ably delivers 100mm of travel for the perfect amount of cushion. Changing gears is a piece of cake on the 24-speed drivetrain with trusty Shimano derailleurs front and rear coupled with Shimano trigger shifters on the bars. The SR Suntour XCR SIX crankset features a tried-and-true 44/32/22t chainring selection and coupled with a wide-range 11-32t cassette on the rear wheel you've got the tools to both ascend like a mountain goat and stoke your inner speed demon on rip roaring descents. And speaking of bombing downhill, the Shimano BR-M395 hydraulic disc brakes and their astounding stopping power will let you rein things in before they get outta control. Weinmann is a renowned purveyor of quality rims and their SL-7 Doublewall aluminum model here on the Overdrive Sport provides peace of mind and trusty, predictable handling over any terrain. While wolverines are not something we recommend tangling with in the wild, we'll make an exception when it comes to WTB Wolverine tires as their slight tread profile belies its fierce bite. This fast-rolling, 2.2 width tire tackles dicey descents, flies across flats and devours steep climbs all day long. With such a bevy of awesomeness exuding from the Diamondback Overdrive Sport we wager it's a lock that this rig will boost the fun factor up to Mach 10.

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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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Men's Fragment 29 21-Speed Front-Suspension Mountain Bike

The Ozone 500 Men's Fragment 29 21-Speed Front - Suspension Mountain Bike features an aluminum frame and a twist-shifting derailleur.

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Womens Ranger 26" Mountain Bike- Light 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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Boy Ranger 24" Mountain Bike- Silver/Red

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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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AIR 9 RDO Carbon Mountain Bike Frame - 2014 Arctic White, XS

While this frame shares the AIR 9 name with Niner's versatile carbon hardtail, that's about all they share. The AIR 9 RDO Carbon Mountain Bike Frame - 2014 is an entirely different animal, and the RDO designation, an acronym for "Race Day Optimized," clearly states this 29er's purpose -- to place you on the podium. Niner eliminated all excess on this frame and focused solely on making it as light as possible. For example, the rear brake mounts are now cleanly located inside the stays, which reduces the amount of hydraulic line needed, while making the AIR 9 RDO look lean and mean. Also, this frame does not use Niner's CYA bottom bracket system. While the CYA is renowned for its versatility, it added complexity and heft to this purpose built race machine, so Niner went with the lighter PressFit30 interface instead. The RDO retains the clean internal cable routing and titanium chain-slap protectors found on the AIR 9 Carbon. The AIR 9 RDO isn't just cosmetically and physically different; it's structurally different, too. At the core of every Niner frame is extensive computer-based finite element analysis, and here it's used to develop a high modulus carbon fiber structure with optimized weaves, lay ups, and tube shapes to produce the lightest Niner to date. The RDO's fluid form is no accident, and is designed to dampen chatter and guide impact forces to the stronger parts of the frame. Chain torque goes directly to the rear wheel via the large bottom bracket shell and shapely chainstays, yet trail vibrations are quelled by the swooping seatstays. Niner ties the bottom bracket to the strength- and precision-enhancing tapered head tube via a large down tube to ensure the frame tracks true and responds to every input. Niner recommends an 80 to 100mm suspension fork, or a rigid unit with a 470mm axle to crown length and 45mm offset. Perhaps not coincidentally, their award-winning carbon fork shares those exact dimensions. The tapered head tube comes equipped with a...

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Mach 6 Carbon Mountain Bike Frame Stealth Carbon, L

Like the evolution of 29ers, the mid-wheel has had its share of early adopters with a quick buck as the sole motivator. And while putting money in the bank keeps the bike world humming, it has flooded the market with questionable products. We're not going to name any guilty parties, but will happily point out that the extra time and resources put into Pivot's Mach 6 Carbon Mountain Bike Frame make it significantly more desirable then the numerous quick-fix 27. 5's vying for your hard earned cash. First off, the 155mm-travel Mach 6 features a top tube that's an inch to three-quarters of an inch longer than a similarly sized all-mountain bike. This reflects the larger frame/short stem/wide bar trend spearheaded by enduro racing. The idea is it provides stability at speed, without compromising handling. The problem, however, is that larger frames stretch the wheelbase and in actuality you're left with sixes. Pivot, on the other hand, worked hard to keep the Mach 6's chainstays short -- so much so, they're a half inch or more shorter than a comparably sized 26in-wheeled all-mountain bike. If that's hard to wrap your head around, it has to do with the new clevis connecting the rear shock directly to the rear triangle. This allows suspension linkages and the rear triangle to be packed much more compactly for shorter chainstays and the resulting ideal wheelbase. If you compare 27. 5in bikes with contemporary 26in-developed suspension (the quick fix), you'll see the lengthy difference. When doing this, also take a look at the Mach 6's 13. 6in bottom bracket height (that's low, again, for 26in standards) and compare it to other 27. 5s and you'll see that the Mach 6's BB is nestled below the axles. This settles the center of gravity within the rolling stock (like 29ers) and not on top (like 26ers and rush-job 27. 5s). The long top tube, low center of gravity, and short stays combine to perfectly balance high-speed stability with the liveliness that new-school riders ...

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AT1 Women's Mountain Bike Nashbar Brand Bike Sale

Nashbar AT1 Women's Mountain Bike. The Nashbar AT-1 women's bike has you trail ready at a cost that won't send you packing. The AT-1 mountain bike sports goodies like 6061 aluminum frame with Suntour 50mm travel suspension forks that absorb shock and give you amazing control. Shimano/SRAM components and a 34 tooth cassette give the right gearing to get you up and down any terrain without wasting valuable energy. And with a super comfy saddle, the AT-1 is ready for a weekend on the trails or your favorite greenway!The women's specific geometry makes it more comfortable for longer rides.

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Mach 6 Carbon Mountain Bike Frame Matte Black/Green, L

Like the evolution of 29ers, the mid-wheel has had its share of early adopters with a quick buck as the sole motivator. And while putting money in the bank keeps the bike world humming, it has flooded the market with questionable products. We're not going to name any guilty parties, but will happily point out that the extra time and resources put into Pivot's Mach 6 Carbon Mountain Bike Frame make it significantly more desirable then the numerous quick-fix 27. 5's vying for your hard earned cash. First off, the 155mm-travel Mach 6 features a top tube that's an inch to three-quarters of an inch longer than a similarly sized all-mountain bike. This reflects the larger frame/short stem/wide bar trend spearheaded by enduro racing. The idea is it provides stability at speed, without compromising handling. The problem, however, is that larger frames stretch the wheelbase and in actuality you're left with sixes. Pivot, on the other hand, worked hard to keep the Mach 6's chainstays short -- so much so, they're a half inch or more shorter than a comparably sized 26in-wheeled all-mountain bike. If that's hard to wrap your head around, it has to do with the new clevis connecting the rear shock directly to the rear triangle. This allows suspension linkages and the rear triangle to be packed much more compactly for shorter chainstays and the resulting ideal wheelbase. If you compare 27. 5in bikes with contemporary 26in-developed suspension (the quick fix), you'll see the lengthy difference. When doing this, also take a look at the Mach 6's 13. 6in bottom bracket height (that's low, again, for 26in standards) and compare it to other 27. 5s and you'll see that the Mach 6's BB is nestled below the axles. This settles the center of gravity within the rolling stock (like 29ers) and not on top (like 26ers and rush-job 27. 5s). The long top tube, low center of gravity, and short stays combine to perfectly balance high-speed stability with the liveliness that new-school riders ...

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AT1 Mountain Bike Nashbar Brand Bike Sale

Nashbar AT1 Mountain Bike. The Nashbar AT-1 has you trail ready at a cost that won't send you packing. The AT-1 mountain bike sports goodies like 6061 aluminum frame with Suntour 50mm travel suspension forks that absorb shock and give you amazing control. Shimano/SRAM components and a 34 tooth cassette give the right gearing to get you up and down any terrain without wasting valuable energy. And with a super comfy saddle, the AT-1 is ready for a weekend on the trails or your favorite greenway!

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AT29 29" Mountain Bike Twenty Niner

Nashbar AT29 29 Mountain Bike. It's so easy to catch 29er fever with the brand-new Nashbar AT29 29 Mountain Bike. Whether you're looking to hot dog it through the local trails, or catch up on your fitness, the AT29 is a machine engineered to be tough and designed to bring the fun. First off, let's talk about the AT29's frame. Its 6061 Aluminum tubing is the industry standard for mountain bike and road bike quality -- the only way to go up is to carbon fiber, which is a lot more expensive. 6061 is tough, light, and can be fashioned to give flex in all the right areas for superior control and riding comfort. Working in tandem with the sweet frame is a Suntour XCT suspension fork with a lockout lever and 100mm of travel -- that means you can speed over all kinds of roots, rocks, and obstacles and your front end will soak it up with glee. And when you have to ride on asphalt to and from the trails the hydraulic lockout lever on the crown is a convenient means to turn the fork rigid in terrain when suspension isn't necessary. The AT29 is also no joke when it comes to its component selection as there are plenty of industry leading brands throughout. Changing gears is a piece of cake on the 24-speed drivetrain with trusty Shimano derailleurs front and rear coupled with Shimano trigger shifters on the bars. The SR Suntour XCR SIX crankset features a tried-and-true 44/32/22t chainring selection and coupled with a wide-range 11-32t cassette on the rear wheel you've got the arrows in your quiver to not only scale the steepest of ascents without scorching your lungs and legs but also enough high end gearing to jump into warp drive on the way back down. And there's no worries when you need to drop out of hyper-drive as the Tektro Novella disc brakes are top notch when it comes to reliable stopping power in any conditions. The flip-flop aluminum stem and aluminum 680mm-wide riser bar ensure a perfect ergonomic fit and both are lightweight and dependable. Alex alloy rims are top quality and their DC19 model laced to 32-hole alloy hubs with bombproof straight gauge spokes inspire confidence and trusty, predictable handling over any terrain. Kenda Klaw XT tires sport aggressive knobbies perfect for digging in, cornering, and cruising with ease while the knobbies' wide spacing means they shed mud like a champion.

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Mach 6 Carbon X01 Complete Mountain Bike Electric Blue, XL

With both mid-sized wheels and enduro being the buzz-worthy topics of the year, it comes with little surprise that the Pivot Mach 6 has garnered so much attention. With a lightweight carbon fiber frame, and enduro-tuned DW-Link suspension, it has everything that you could ask for to haul the mail on gnarly trails. And, even better, the Mach 6 X01 Complete Mountain Bike takes the same awe-inspiring frame and adds in a SRAM X01 11-speed drivetrain and FOX suspension to make short work of rocky descents and hairpin turns. When it came time to design a new enduro racing shred machine, Pivot took its time. Taking lessons from the development of the venerable Mach 5. 7 Carbon, the Mach 6 Carbon was built from fully compacted carbon fiber in order to maximize both the stiffness and strength. And, of course, this also sheds every last unnecessary gram. Naturally, the short aluminum links connecting the rear triangle contribute greatly to the stiffness, as do the 12x142mm thru-axle and massive tapered head tube. The 92mm bottom bracket shell is the widest shell available and accommodates a press-fit bottom bracket, saving weight and improving stiffness over a standard 73mm threaded shell. Details like custom molded stay guards and an impact resistant down tube guard clearly illustrate just how seriously Pivot took the development of the Mach 6. Its DW-Link suspension platform was designed, then refined, by suspension super-guru Dave Weagle. And while you'd be wise to trust the string of World Cup wins and podium appearances by Weagle's suspension designs, it's the first ride that'll truly drive home the advantage that the DW-Link provides. Far from being exclusively advantageous to the world's fastest racers, this enduro-optimized version of the DW-Link provides unreal climbing grip and incredibly smooth descents, which you'll appreciate whether you're contending for a podium spot at the highest levels of racing or just chasing some grins after a day at the office. Thes...

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Adults' Outlook 26 Hardtail Mountain Bike

The Diamondback Adults' Outlook 26 Hardtail Mountain Bike features a 6061-T6 aluminum MTB frame and a Trail XC travel front suspension fork.

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ROS 9 3-Star-X1 Complete Mountain Bike - 2015 Purple, L

For the majority of the last 20 years in mountain biking, the trend in frames has been to incorporate lighter and smarter suspension systems to help smooth out the trails. A dedicated few, however, have stuck by their hardtails, touting lower maintenance and a superior, more natural connection to the trail that translates into greater confidence than feel-robbing rear shocks can ever provide. For hitting big lines and drops, of course, rear suspension has its place, but for those purists, hardtail bikes like the 2015 Niner ROS 9 3-Star X1 Complete Mountain Bike don't just do it well, they do it best. You'll notice that the ROS 9 looks a lot like the SIR 9 from which it's descended, but the burlier steel tubeset gets stronger welds and is far better equipped to handle bigger forks and wild riding styles. As a result, the ROS frame weighs in at 6 pounds, putting on the heavier side of the hardtail spectrum. But, as anyone who's ever walked back to the trailhead due to a broken frame can tell you, a little extra weight is well worth the peace of mind, especially when you're jumping that gnarly double for the first time. Weight and materials aside, a quick glance at the geometry sheet will confirm that the ROS isn't your average hardtail. Depending on your choice of a 120mm or 140mm fork, you'll end up with a 68- or 67-degree head angle, respectively. And in the world of 29ers, that's very slack -- perfect for going fast. Out back, the chainstays hover around the 16. 5-inch mark, with 5mm of fore/aft adjustability courtesy of Niner's BioCentric bottom bracket. That keeps it turning on a dime, and makes full speed manuals a piece of cake. But it doesn't sacrifice stability with its roomy cockpit and low bottom bracket. Of course, a steroidal hardtail like this needs to be able to host parts that will keep up. That's where, for example, the 44mm head tube comes into play -- allowing compatibility with tapered forks. The 31. 6mm seat tube fits just about every dropper ...

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Adults' Outlook 26 Hardtail Mountain Bike

The Diamondback Adults' Outlook 26 Hardtail Mountain Bike features a 6061-T6 aluminum MTB frame and a Trail XC travel front suspension fork.

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Adults' Outlook 26 Hardtail Mountain Bike

The Diamondback Adults' Outlook 26 Hardtail Mountain Bike features a 6061-T6 aluminum MTB frame and a Trail XC travel front suspension fork.

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ROS 9 3-Star-X1 Complete Mountain Bike - 2015 Forge Grey, M

For the majority of the last 20 years in mountain biking, the trend in frames has been to incorporate lighter and smarter suspension systems to help smooth out the trails. A dedicated few, however, have stuck by their hardtails, touting lower maintenance and a superior, more natural connection to the trail that translates into greater confidence than feel-robbing rear shocks can ever provide. For hitting big lines and drops, of course, rear suspension has its place, but for those purists, hardtail bikes like the 2015 Niner ROS 9 3-Star X1 Complete Mountain Bike don't just do it well, they do it best. You'll notice that the ROS 9 looks a lot like the SIR 9 from which it's descended, but the burlier steel tubeset gets stronger welds and is far better equipped to handle bigger forks and wild riding styles. As a result, the ROS frame weighs in at 6 pounds, putting on the heavier side of the hardtail spectrum. But, as anyone who's ever walked back to the trailhead due to a broken frame can tell you, a little extra weight is well worth the peace of mind, especially when you're jumping that gnarly double for the first time. Weight and materials aside, a quick glance at the geometry sheet will confirm that the ROS isn't your average hardtail. Depending on your choice of a 120mm or 140mm fork, you'll end up with a 68- or 67-degree head angle, respectively. And in the world of 29ers, that's very slack -- perfect for going fast. Out back, the chainstays hover around the 16. 5-inch mark, with 5mm of fore/aft adjustability courtesy of Niner's BioCentric bottom bracket. That keeps it turning on a dime, and makes full speed manuals a piece of cake. But it doesn't sacrifice stability with its roomy cockpit and low bottom bracket. Of course, a steroidal hardtail like this needs to be able to host parts that will keep up. That's where, for example, the 44mm head tube comes into play -- allowing compatibility with tapered forks. The 31. 6mm seat tube fits just about every dropper ...

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Adults' Outlook 26 Hardtail Mountain Bike

The Diamondback Adults' Outlook 26 Hardtail Mountain Bike features a 6061-T6 aluminum MTB frame and a Trail XC travel front suspension fork.

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Academy Sports and Outdoors
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ROS 9 3-Star-X1 Complete Mountain Bike - 2015

For the majority of the last 20 years in mountain biking, the trend in frames has been to incorporate lighter and smarter suspension systems to help smooth out the trails. A dedicated few, however, have stuck by their hardtails, touting lower maintenance and a superior, more natural connection to the trail that translates into greater confidence than feel-robbing rear shocks can ever provide. For hitting big lines and drops, of course, rear suspension has its place, but for those purists, hardtail bikes like the 2015 Niner ROS 9 3-Star X1 Complete Mountain Bike don't just do it well, they do it best. You'll notice that the ROS 9 looks a lot like the SIR 9 from which it's descended, but the burlier steel tubeset gets stronger welds and is far better equipped to handle bigger forks and wild riding styles. As a result, the ROS frame weighs in at 6 pounds, putting on the heavier side of the hardtail spectrum. But, as anyone who's ever walked back to the trailhead due to a broken frame can tell you, a little extra weight is well worth the peace of mind, especially when you're jumping that gnarly double for the first time. Weight and materials aside, a quick glance at the geometry sheet will confirm that the ROS isn't your average hardtail. Depending on your choice of a 120mm or 140mm fork, you'll end up with a 68- or 67-degree head angle, respectively. And in the world of 29ers, that's very slack -- perfect for going fast. Out back, the chainstays hover around the 16. 5-inch mark, with 5mm of fore/aft adjustability courtesy of Niner's BioCentric bottom bracket. That keeps it turning on a dime, and makes full speed manuals a piece of cake. But it doesn't sacrifice stability with its roomy cockpit and low bottom bracket. Of course, a steroidal hardtail like this needs to be able to host parts that will keep up. That's where, for example, the 44mm head tube comes into play -- allowing compatibility with tapered forks. The 31. 6mm seat tube fits just about every dropper ...

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