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2011 Devinci Dixon XP Mountain Bike. div align=centeriframe width=350 height=208 src=http://www.youtube.com/embed/cWtPQXbWnjU?rel=0 frameborder=0 allowfullscreen/iframe/divbr /br / Devinci calls the 145mm travel Dixon the best all mountain bike they've ever made. After a turn in the saddle, we're inclined to think they're being too modest. Consider the SRAM X9/X7-equipped Dixon XP: Handmade in Canada, using a special-blend 6066-T6 aluminum alloy that's so durable Devinci warrants the frame for life, the Dixon XP is one of those all-too-rare specimens that seems to almost disappear beneath you as you ride. The small bump compliance, traction and efficiency of the Dave Weagle-designed Split Pivot rear suspension system is nothing short of amazing. Coupled with the Rock Shox Sektor RL Solo Air fork and SRAM X9/X7 drivetrain, the Dixon delivers everything you need to experience the fluid magic of a fully dialed all mountain fun machine that's likely to seriously diminish your interest in lesser bikes.
2011 Devinci Leo SL R Road Bike. The Devinci Leo SL R is race-ready, rider-friendly and priced to put high performance within reach. With a full-carbon frame and fork striking a perfect balance between compliance and rigidity, and Devinci's exclusive High Performance Geometry design putting you in the best position for ergonomics and aerodynamics, the Devinci SL R delivers excellent power transfer, precision control and optimal handling for a truly amazing ride, whether you're fond of Gran Fondos or aspiring to dominate county line sprints.
2011 Diamondback Insight 2 Road Bike. Diamondback calls the Insight 2 a performance hybrid bike. We call it a road bike for the rider who appreciates an extra dose of comfort. With its upright seating position, flat handlebars, gel saddle, and easy rolling 700c wheels, the Insight 2 delivers a ride so plush you'll want to pedal for miles -- along with the performance to make it possible.
2011 Diamondback Lux Women's Mountain Bike. What's your pleasure? Singletrack? Bike path? Or maybe leisurely spins around the neighborhood are more your speed. The Diamondback Lux women's mountain bike is perfectly suited for all that and more. Its lightweight aluminum frame is sized specifically for a woman, the brake levers can be adjusted to fit smaller hands, and it even includes a women's-specific saddle and handlebar grips to enhance the female rider's comfort. An SR Suntour suspension fork provides 80mm of bump-absorbing cushioning on the trail, and the Shimano 21-speed drivetrain optimizes your pedaling efficiency with smooth, precise shifts.
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.
2011 Diamondback Recoil Comp Mountain Bike. The 2011 Diamondback Recoil Comp full-suspension mountain bike combines rock-solid performance with down-to-earth value. The sturdy, trail-tested frame features a proven single-pivot design for efficient and dependable shock control and easy maintenance. Outfitted with a 100mm travel suspension fork, reliable Shimano drivetrain and efficient disc brakes, the Diamondback Recoil Comp is a lot of bike for the money.
2011 Diamondback Response Comp Mountain Bike. Fun, capable and bombproof -- that's what the Diamondback Response Comp mountain bike is all about. If having a bike that will last even longer than your student loan payments is more important than having the lightest, blingiest bike at the trailhead, the Response Comp is your kind of bike. Thrash it, crash it, slam it and jam it -- it's harder to kill than a zombie. Sure, you might eventually wear out or break some of the original Shimano Alivio components here and there, but the rugged, upgrade-worthy frame will beg for more. Don't disappoint it and the Response Comp won't disappoint you.
2011 Diamondback Response Mountain Bike. Whether you are new to the trails or a seasoned single track rider, the Diamondback Response mountain bike series offers uncompromised performance without compromising your bank account. At the heart of each Response is a rugged Strongbox frame design, providing strength and style with clean lines. The components provide more proof of Diamondback's commitment to providing you with the best all mountain hardtail bike your money can buy. When you ask for a solid and reliable all-purpose mountain bike, you deserve a Response.
2011 Diamondback Trace Road Bike. The Diamondback Trace is a road bike you can take off-road. The lightweight butted aluminum frame is outfitted with flat handlebars for an upright seating position, a bump-absorbing suspension fork, and 700x40 tires that provide tons of traction on pavement, path or trail.
2011 Focus Arriba Fitness Bike. Cycling is a great way to gain, maintain and boost overall physical fitness. If you've been thinking about taking up cycling as part of your fitness routine, the Focus Arriba is a perfect bike to start with -- and a great bike for down the road, too. You get German design and engineering, quality aluminum frame and fork and Shimano components in a durable and lightweight package that will help make your fitness routine fun and rewarding.
2011 Focus Corrente Fitness Bike. If you like your fitness sessions light, fast and lively, you'll love the Focus Corrente, because that's exactly how this fitness bike rides. With a responsive aluminum frame, easy shifting Shimano Tiagra 27-speed drivetrain, and lightweight Concept aluminum wheels, the Focus Corrente fitness bike makes getting fit fun.
2011 Focus Maleta Disc Trekking Bike. Wherever your journeys lead you -- across the country or across town -- the Focus Maleta Disc trekking bike will take you there with confidence. With a lightweight alloy frame, Shimano XT drivetrain and functional accessories such as dynamo-powered LED headlight and tail light, mudguard and rear rack, the Focus Maleta is a serious trekking bike that's perfect for bike commuters, bike trekkers and anyone else who's serious about their riding.
2011 Focus Mares CX2 Cyclocross Bike. With its roots in cyclocross (the company was founded in 1992 by three-time cyclocross World Champion, Mike Kluge), Focus has an intimate understanding of bikes and the needs of the cyclists who ride them. The 2011 Mares CX2 cyclocross bike is a product of that understanding -- with a whole lot of high-tech material and design know-how thrown in for good measure. The carbon frame is strong, lightweight and features a shoulder-friendly flat profile on the underside of the top tube that makes portaging the CX2 more comfortable. The beefy BB30 bottom bracket resists flex to provide optimum power transfer and the Shimano Ultegra drivetrain with compact FSA crankset ensures smooth and efficient gear changes. It's all the bike a serious cyclocrosser could ever want, and built to take all the punishment the sport can dish out.
2011 Focus Super Bud 1.0 Mountain Bike. If you frequently find yourself mentioning xc racing and full suspension in the same breath, you're a candidate for the Focus Super Bud 1.0. This high-performance, lightweight trail rocket delivers a responsive ride at any speed, thanks to its aluminum frame, Fox 32 FRL 100mm fork, and Shimano XT drivetrain. Whether you prefer singletrack attacks or making marathon tracks, the Super Bud 1.0 is on track to become your new best mountain biking friend.
2011 Focus Super Bud 3.0 Mountain Bike. Go fast. Go far. Get there in comfort on a Focus Super Bud 3.0 full-suspension mountain bike. It features a hydroformed aluminum frame that's rugged and lightweight, a trail-taming Fox fork/rear shock combo and a competition-ready Shimano XT drivetrain. Whether you live to race, love to challenge your skills or just enjoy getting out and exploring, the Super Bud 3.0 will bring a new level of performance and control to the Mountain Bike table.
2011 Focus Urban 27 City Bike. If you're more about the dash than the flash, you'll appreciate the 2011 Focus Urban 27 City Bike. Cloaked in stealth grey from dropout to dropout, this lightweight aluminum rig with flat bars, 27-gears and hydraulic disc brakes may look like a mountain bike from a distance, but its cueball-smooth, treadless Schwalbe Kojak tires give away its true nature -- The Urban 27 is a pavement pounder, not a trail machine. For crossing campus or crossing town, the Focus Urban 27 City Bike is purpose-built for doing it fast, doing it efficiently and doing it with style so understated it's over-the-top cool. And, if you do get the yen to explore off-road, just trade out the Kojaks for some knobbies and you and your Urban 27 are good to go (after all, the very first mountain bikes had rigid forks, too).
2011 Fuji Absolute 2.0 Road Bike. Like to pound out the miles, but prefer a more upright riding position than a traditional drop handlebar road bike offers? The Fuji Absolute 2.0 road bike is the perfect solution. Combining the performance and handling you want on the road with the all-day comfort of a hybrid bike, it's light and responsive enough for long-distance rides and rugged enough for daily commuting.
2011 Fuji Absolute 2.0 Road Bike - U.S. Exclusive. Like to pound out the miles, but prefer a more upright riding position than a traditional drop handlebar road bike offers? The Fuji Absolute 2.0 road bike is the perfect solution. Combining the performance and handling you want on the road with the all-day comfort of a hybrid bike, it's light and responsive enough for long-distance rides and rugged enough for daily commuting.