Bikes & Frames
Cycling today is not only eco-friendly and economical, but it's just downright fun! Having the right bike for your riding style is the first step to your ultimate riding pleasure.
2012 Diamondback Overdrive 29er Mountain Bike. The Diamondback Overdrive 29er Mountain Bike is a big-wheel hardtail that gives you even bigger value. Featuring a responsive, butted aluminum frame, suspension fork with 100mm travel, a 24-speed SRAM/Shimano drivetrain and Tektro mechanical disc brakes, it delivers the easy rolling, enhanced traction ride that has made 29ers so popular.
2011 Diamondback Outlook Mountain Bike. If you've been on the lookout for a real value in a dependable, entry-level mountain bike for fun and fitness, put down those binocs and throw a leg over the 2011 Diamondback Outlook. Equipped with a sturdy, high-tensile steel frame, suspension fork, Shimano derailleurs and shifters, lightweight alloy linear-pull brakes and multipurpose tires, the Diamondback Outlook mountain bike has everything you need to start having fun, no matter where you want to go.
The Schwinn Delta Sport 26 Inch Mountain Bike will get you out on the trail and on your way to a healthier you. Go on and have a great time, you deserve it. ASSEMBLY REQUIRED. CLICK HERE for Bike Buying GuideCLICK HERE for Bike Sizing Guide
2010 Fuji Roubaix 3.0 Road Bike. There's nothing quite like the feeling of riding a bike that responds instantly to every pedal stroke. It's a fluid sensation that makes the bike feel like an extension of your body. The Fuji Roubaix 3.0 road bike giftwraps that feeling and plunks it into your Cycling Jersey pocket. The lightweight, custom-butted aluminum frame with bonded carbon fork delivers a supple, responsive ride, and the Shimano Sora drivetrain transforms every pedal stroke into an efficient burst of acceleration that celebrates the mystical union of rider and Roubaix.
The Teocali line of bikes are for those riders who like to conquer the entire mountain from that killer climb to the flowing singletrack descents this smooth pedaling all mountain bike can help you ride the entire mountain. Mongoose's top selling trail bike, the 2011 Teocali Elite Mountain Bike is newly refined with longer travel and a stronger, sleeker frame. The Elite is classified as an all mountain bike which basically means this bike can do it all and take you anywhere on the mountain. It is nimble enough to handle anything the mountain throws at you thanks for the geometry of the Hydroformed Alloy Frame that offers 150mm of FreeDrive Travel that allows you to descend quickly and still take the bumps with grace. The Elite frame uses the Rock Shox Sektor RL Fork in the front and Rock Shox Ario 3.2 rear shock in the back to provide that 150mm of travel. An FSA Comet 27/39T crank gives you 27 speeds to lead you through any rocky situation, descent or ascent. Kore B-52 stem and Kore Torsion Race handlebars with a combination of world class SRAM, Shimano and FSA components and Avid Elixir 3 brakes (levers and all) round out the parts group. Mongoose FreeDrive Frame with 150 mm travel Rock Shox Sektor RL Fork, 150 mm travel Rock Shox Ario 3.2 air spring rear shock FSA Comet 27/39T alloy crank Sun Equalizer 25 wheels / Kenda Excavator Tires
The Tommaso Aggraziato Pro hits the sweet spot in carbon road bikes. All the great Shimano Ultegra components you could possibly want on a Tommaso at a price only Giantnerd can offer. It is the complete package with a carbon fork, FSA Omega 50/34 crank with MegaEXO bearings, Shimano Ultegra components, Shimano RS10 wheels, Hutchinson Equinox tires and Tommaso TRS components. How does Tommaso make bikes at such great prices? Easy, they don't expect customers to pay for the marketing budget of a pro tour team or over-hyped advertisements. At Tommaso Bicycles the employees do all the real world testing 365 days a year in house…well, on the road, the mountains, the trail, and the path. At Giantnerd we have online bike purchasing dialed. No more smug attitudes at the local bike shop because you don't feel the need to sell a kidney to buy a bike. Like the say at Tommaso: We want you to "Over Play" not "Over Pay!" The Aggraziato Pro starts with the same light and responsive 12K monocoque carbon frame you will find on our highest level carbon bike. The TRS monocoque frame and carbon fork with carbon steer have been engineered to handle quickly, float up mountains and carve down the other side. Just in time for Summer Tommaso is excited to announce its new carbon frame with tapered headtube and fork. This will appear exclusively on the Tommaso Aggraziato Pro 1.0 with updated racey yellow decals. Get more stability and power into your ride with the 1-1/8" to 1.5" tapered headtube. With a larger bearing and broader front end the new Tommaso carbon frame provides a stable platform for sprinting, climbing and descending. Bigger is better and you will quickly feel the performance advantage of our new frame. The 6700 Ultegra shifters are paired with the 6700 Shimano Ultegra rear derailleur and Shimano 6700 front derailleur. The Shimano Ultegra STI controls with hidden cables allow for sure handed shifting and braking without removing your hands from the handlebars. Keeping the bike glued to the ground are Shimano's RS10 wheels. The TRS Tommaso saddle has more padding on the saddle's pressure points to aid with comfort. The racy-sleek saddle is finished in a custom silver color that matched the handlebar wrap perfectly. The FSA Omega compact crank with external bottom bracket bearings is ideal for cyclist looking to get to the next level. The 50/34 chainring combination on the crank is a slightly smaller gear for those of us that aren't racing the Tour de France this year. It enables the user to climb with less stress on the knees and joints while cruising quickly along the flats and descents. The compact crank makes for less complex shifting than a triple and is lighter. The Tommaso Frame The Tommaso Aggraziato Pro's foundation is a state of the art carbon frame that shares from the same design concepts found on the top of the line Tommaso bikes. Tommaso uses a compact geometry and detailed tubing lengths per frame size. This ensures that the rider gets the lightest, strongest and best performing and fitting frame for the dollar. The compact design and geometry place the rider in the optimum position for steady handling and comfort. The Aggraziato has a carbon fork to absorb the high-frequency buzz from the road. This means more miles of comfort and better handling. Tommaso Aggraziato Pro 1.0 Frame Get more stability and power out of your ride with Tommaso's new monocoque 12k carbon frame with tapered head tube technology. This newly designed Tommaso frame and full carbon fork energizes your ride with high performance technology. The 1-1/8" to 1.5" tapered head tube supports a larger bottom headset bearing and widens the stance of the front end to a stout 1.5" over the industry standard 1-1/8" heat tube. Don't get left behind-bigger is better and you will quickly feel the performance advantage of the new Tommaso frame. The larger format frame allows the rider to push through the corners harder with more confidence and is a rock solid launch pad for those town sign sprints. Ride the same technology as the Tour de France riders without having to take the whole month of July off to race. Step up to the new Tommaso frame with the Aggraziato Pro 1.0 and get a jump on the competition! Tommaso, and other big names in cycling, such as Giant, Specialized, Trek, Masi, and Felt to name a few, rely on compact geometry to best serve the needs of the customer. Compact geometry has a number of advantages for the rider. First of all, the phrase "compact geometry" is signifying that the top tube (the bar you stand over when not in motion) is sloped downward from the front to the rear of the bike. This enables the rider to get on and off the bike easily. Traditional frame geometry has a top tube that is parallel to the ground and harder to get a leg over. By sloping the top tube we get into the second benefit of the compact frame: With less material used in producing the frame a lighter frame can be produced. Third, the more material sitting lower on the bike the better the bike will handle. By lowering the center of gravity the bike wants to descend, corner and sprint better. The Tommaso Fit Sizing a compact bike is no different, or more difficult, than any other style of bike. By reviewing the size chart you will see a measurement called the "Eff Top Tube", also known as the Effective Top Tube Measurement. This is what the top tube would measure if it was parallel to the ground. It is an imaginary line the runs from the center of the head tube to the center of the seat tube if the seat tube was extended like a traditional frame. The size chart also lists suggested heights for the different frame sizes. This is far more helpful in sizing a bike than standing over the top tube and pulling up on the handlebars (which tells you nothing about the fit of a bike). Tommaso offers seven sizes to accommodate riders large and small. It will be easy to find a fit for all of our customers. The stem can also be flipped and adjusted for a lower back-friendly position to a more streamline position in minutes. The lower top tube keeps the center of gravity low and the makes for an easy approach to getting on the bike. This Tommaso bike was designed with the user's needs and comfort as the #1 priority. The Tommaso Feel Tommaso spent a lot of time on choosing what makes a bike enjoyable to ride. Tommaso upgraded the saddle to the lightweight and sleek TRS Racing saddle for added comfort. The handlebar wrap was chosen for its comfort and durability. The compact gearing is perfect for all of us wanting to ride the open road no matter if it goes up, down or flat. The lightweight Tommaso carbon frame and carbon fork will be great company for many, many miles. There are plenty of carbon bikes on the market. Most manufacturer's use them to fill price points while focusing on the $6,000.00 dream machines that are given to the pro's (at the consumer's expense) or bikes that find their way into only a few garages. At Giantnerd our philosophy is simple: Ride, just ride. We want everyone to enjoy the experience and feel good about their bike. We realize that there are other things you will need while cycling and we keep prices low so you can get them all. What will you need? A helmet, spare tube kit, water bottles and cages, shorts, jerseys and most of all the desire for adventure. Tommaso Aggraziato Pro Premium Spec: Tommaso 12K Carbon Frame/Fork Shimano 6700 Ultegra Components FSA Omega 50/34 Compact Crankset Tommaso TRS racing handlebars, stem and seatpost Tommaso TRS lightweight racing saddle Tommaso Aggraziato Pro 1.0 Premium Spec: New Tommaso 12K Carbon Frame/Fork with Tapered 1-1/8" - 1.5" Headtube Lighter and Stiffer Tommaso Tapered Carbon Fork Shimano 6700 Ultegra Components FSA Omega 50/34 Compact Crankset Tommaso TRS racing handlebars, stem and seatpost Tommaso TRS lightweight racing saddle PEDALS: This bike does not include pedals. Nerds, don't fret we have a selection fit for a King! Check out all the Pedals by clicking here The Tommaso Service Every Tommaso road bike arrives with our unparalleled risk free exclusive offer. No other major bicycle brand or retailer in America offers this risk free promotion. Full lifetime warranty on all Tommaso frames. All Tommaso bikes are packed and shipped in a specially designed, reusable high density cardboard box to make your online bike purchase experience fun and simple. This $100.00 value can be used for future trips and adventures on your Tommaso bike. The box is specially designed to protect your Tommaso bike from any damage during transport. Nerds, don't forget to add the Genius Pro-Build to have you new Tommaso arrive professional assembled and ready to ride. Tommaso makes road bikes because it's their passion, and it shows in the superb quality of their bikes. For additional information about Tommaso bicycles visit www.tommasobikes.com Giantnerd is pretty savvy when it comes to this whole internet thing. We are guessing since you are reading this that you are pretty hip to the ways of the web as well. If that is the case then checkout Tommaso on twitter and on facebook
The world of All Mountain riding is not about playing it safe and compromising. It's about pushing yourself and burying your fear in the dirt and the GT Force Carbon Expert is the bike for that job. Have you ever seen the perfect path on the trail and were without the machine to take you there? Maybe the drop-offs were a little too big or the banked corners were a little too steep? That is no longer a problem. With all the wonderful components working in unison the GT Force Carbon Expert is giving you license to get after it on the trail. You work too hard to not be able to play just as hard. GT's fully monocoque carbon frame offers superior stiffness and durability while shedding the unnecessary weight found in aluminum frames. Combining this shallow footprint with the GT Independent Drivetrain suspension , riders are guaranteed a firm, smooth and efficient ride. According to GT, this Independent Drivetrain "isolates the movement of the bottom bracket from the front and rear triangles of the bike, keeping the distance from the seat to the bottom bracket constant", thereby minimizing "pedal feedback", or "a loss of pedaling efficiency caused by rear suspension compression." GT has rigged this mountain bike with a Fox Float RP23 Rear Shock, a Fox TALAS 32 front fork with adjustable travel from 110 - 150mm with air spring pressure. The rear shock blends seamlessly with the Independent Drivetrain to give you a solid, elite-level and smooth ride on all parts of the mountain. The Ritchey Pro Rizer 620mm bars and Thomson Elite X4 stem will be at your command from your commanding perch upon the Thomson Elite seatpost and Fizik Gobi XM saddle. Topping all of this off is Shimano's famous XT components. We're talking XT Rapid Fire shifters, XT front derailleur, XT Shadow rear derailleur and the XT Hollowtech 2 cranks. Moving all this amazing technology is Shimano XT hubs laced to Mavic XM-719 disc wheels with 15mm thru-axle and Kenda Nevegal 26 x 2.3 front /2.1 rear tires. With this arsenal of technology you are free to fly! Shimano XT components Shimano Hollowtech 2 crank Fox TALAS 32R with 15mm thru-axle fork Fox Float RP32 rear shock Shimano XT/Mavic Wheels Shimano XT Center Lock Hubs 180/160 rotors Kenda Nevegal tires Carbon Monocoque frame 6.0 inches of rear wheel travel One of the fastest-climbing, hardest-driving bikes on the mountain. Independent Drivetrain suspension
The modern bicycle was invented in the mid-19th century so it is safe to say that Sir Isaac Newton never owned a mountain bike. However, had he owned a GT Sanction 2.0 , he surely would have discovered classic physics much sooner than being hit in the head by a piece of fruit You see, when riding the Sanction 2.0, you will very quickly learn that when you are in motion, you will totally stay in motion. Luckily, the friendly folks at GT are familiar with this concept and have given you all the tools you need to both stay in motion, and if you so chose, mingle with outside forces. The 6061 monocoque frame is burly enough to maintain momentum while the 6 inches of rear wheel travel will ensure there is no wasted work. The SRAM X.7 shifters will smoothly utilize some solid mechanical advantage while the Avid Juicy 5 hydraulic disc brakes will keep you well within control of both friction and outside forces. However, gravity is constant. So be prepared to encounter any equal and opposite force with the RockShox Domain front fork with 160mm of travel and the rear chock's FOX DHX Air 4.0. Who said physics is boring? Monocoque Aluminum Frame SRAM Components Free Ride Bike
As crisp, cool air takes over for the soul-crushing heat of summer and the leaves start making their fiery descent to brown, you'll hear the clang of cowbells echoing from parks and farms for miles around. Answer the call aboard the Ridley X-Fire Ultegra Bike. The X-Fire occupies the second step in Ridley's podium of 'cross bikes, and only loses out to the X-Night by the slimmest of margins. Put another way, if the X-Night were out of the race, the X-Fire would be left to lap the field on its own. A 24-ton carbon fiber layup ensures stiffness and compliance in all the right places, and the 4ZA Oryx fork soaks up the little rattles while providing exceptionally precise steering.
The 2011 GT Force 1.0 Mountain Bike features the GT 6061-T6 Monocoque aluminum frame with Independent Drivetrain suspension. Giving you a full 150 mm of travel to work with this frame will take you anywhere on the mountain. The idea with the Force frame is to be strong and stiff while saving the weight for the dumbbells in the gym. All Mountain isn't just a phrase with the Force 1.0 either, it features a Rockshox Revolation RL Dual air rear shock and the Fox Float RP2 fork to give you a full 6 inches of travel so you can take the proverbial bull by the horns. To match a frame so well thought out, GT matched high-performing SRAM components - crankset, bottom bracket, front and rear derailleur, shifters - with GT's front hub, rear hub, and handlebar. What isn't SRAM or GT is equally as durable: Maxxis Ardent tires, Avid Elixir front/rear brakes and brake levers, WTB race saddle and FSA Orbit X headset round out the components for a stellar package. Put all this together and the GT Force 1.0 truly is a force to be reckoned with. PEDALS: This bike does not include pedals. Nerds, don't fret we have a selection fit for a King! Check out all the Pedals by clicking here Monocoque 6061-T6 Aluminum Frame with Independent Drivetrain(TM) Suspension RockShox Revalation RL Dual Air Rear Shock Fox Float RP2 Fork SRAM X9 GXP 39 Crankset DT Swiss 540 Disc Wheels / Maxxis Ardent Tires
2011 Fuji SL1 Pro Limited Edition Road Bike. This lightweight, Shimano Ultegra-equipped carbon road bike from Fuji is bred for speed -- and it doesn't sacrifice a thing when it comes to comfort, either. Whether you're a weekend racer, serious recreational rider, or a casual cyclist who simply appreciates the responsive ride of a high-performance road bike, the Fuji SL1 Pro Limited Edition will put a smile on your face and and the unmistakable look of envy on your cycling buddy's mugs. From the compact FSA Gossamer crankset, to the lightweight, Oval 524 wheelset, the Fuji SL1 Pro delivers all the performance you could ask for.