Give us a call if you are interested in any of these bikes, (970) 858-7220
Santa Cruz Tallboy LTc
Retail-$4,980! This bike came out just before Santa Cruz started making two levels of carbon frames. This is the nicer of the two levels, which would be considered a “CC” carbon layup frame. It gobbles up rocks and covers ground quickly with it’s big wheels and 5″ of suspension travel. At this deal it won’t be here long.
Knolly Warden Alloy
Knolly? Who’s this Knolly bike maker? OTE is proud to be a demo center for this small Canadian brand. Whether you’ve heard of them or not, when you take one look at this machine you’ll see it’s a hand made work of shredtastic art. The Warden is Knolly’s 150mm travel 27.5″ wheeled trail bike. Call it Enduro, All-Mountain, Freeride or just a mountain bike, whatever you call it you better be ready rip on this bike! Our bikes come with the Cane Creek inline shock so you can fiddle with and geek out on suspension set up.
Rocky Mountain Altitude 750 MSL Carbon
This bike took the Rocky Mountain Enduro World Series Team to the Team Overall for 2015. What does that mean for you? Well, probably that the Rocky team is faster than you, but with luck maybe some of their skills rubbed off on the bike??? If you demo this bike while in Fruita you can count on the bike NOT being the reason you can’t clean sections of trail or can’t keep up with your buddies. If you need a patsy, look elsewhere! The Rocky Mountain Altitude 750MSL carbon! This bike has a carbon main frame, AND a dropper post!
Rocky Mountain Thunderbolt 750 MSL Carbon
This bike is brand new! Never ridden. Retailed for $4380
A 120mm travel, 27.5-wheeled XC trail bike. This bike is for people who hammer at the front end of the pack, but stay aggressive and stylish when the terrain gets rougher. Marathon racing? Sure. Horse Thief Drop In? Why not! BC Bike Race? Of course! Smash every corner? Heck yea!
Trek Slash 9.8 Carbon 27.5"
You may notice a LOT of these bikes running around the Fruita area. That’s because 8 out of 11 OTE employees bought this bike as their personal bike for 2016. That says a lot about how amazing this bike is. All day pedal and gobble up chunky trail. This bike does everything!
Frameset–OCLV Mountain Carbon main frame & seat stay, alloy chainstay, ABP, Full Floater, EVO link, E2 tapered head tube, Mino Link, internal derailleur & dropper post routing, Carbon Armor, BB95, ISCG 05, 160mm travel
18.5, 21.5″ Wheels Bontrager Maverick Pro Tubeless Ready, TLR strips, Stacked Lacing, 15mm front, 142×12 rear, Bontrager XR4 Expert, Tubeless Ready, aramid bead, 27.5×2.35″, Drivetrain, Shifters, SRAM X1, 11 speed, Rear derailleur, SRAM X1, Type 2, Crank, SRAM X1 1400, 32T X-Sync, Cassette, SRAM XG-1150, 10-42, 11 speed, Seatpost, RockShox Reverb Stealth, 2-bolt head, 31.6mm, zero offset, Brakeset, Shimano Deore XT hydraulic disc
Trek Remedy 9.8 Carbon 29er 2016
NEW! Never ridden. A smart buyer would scoop this up in a heartbeat. This is crazy good deal pricing on the 2016 Bike of the Year. We have called this “the best 29er ever made” and we still stand by that. The new Slash that made it “obsolete” is actually a niche enduro bike, where as this bike is a MOUNTAIN BIKE!
Pivot Mach 429 Trail Carbon, 29er
We know better than to judge a bike by its numbers, but the Mach 429 Trail truly doesn’t make sense if all you look at is it’s data sheet. It’s hard at first to reconcile the bike’s split personality. The Mach 429 pedals briskly, hammering up climbs like a Sherpa on supplemental oxygen, but feels more like your favorite Lazy Boy Recliner on the descents! How can one bike do everything so well? Should you take it on a Kokopelli to Moab trip? Absolutely! Should you take the same bike to Lunch Loops and jump off ledges on Free Lunch trail? Most definitely! Undecided about what bike to ride in Fruita? Just go with this one…
Rocky Mountain Thunderbolt BC Edition
The Thunderbolt BC edition is set up the way we set our own bikes up! With wide bars, stiff wheels, 1×11, dropper post and premium suspension, the Thunderbolt BC Edition is ready for trail blasting. Yet its shortish travel and light weight make it an amazing all day fun machine. This is the bike for that guy that wants an XC bike but doesn’t want it to ride like an XC bike! Get some!
Ibis Ripley LS 29er
You are looking at the future. Suspension linkages hidden in the frame, looks that could kill, and performance to back it up.
Believe it or Not, the Ibis Ripley may be the best all around 29er ever made! Yea, we know that’s subjective, but try one for yourself and see if this isn’t one of the best bikes on the planet. A super stiff, crazy light, 120mm big wheel trail bike. We Believe you will Not have a bad day on this bike!
Note: Not all bike pictures match actual parts packages or colors.
Ibis Mojo HD3, 27.5"+ wheels
The Mojo HD3 is the third act in the Mojo HD/Mojo HDR trailbike trilogy. Everything is new from the ground-up, including room for 2.8″ tires and Boost spacing to make all that rubber fit. Geometry is fully modern: longer, lower and slacker, with 6” of plush rear wheel travel. Ibis also achieved a drop in weight and pedaling performance on par with the Ripley, so the bike is very fast going up, and scary fast going down. Check out the video below of Ibis sales guy Jeff Kendal-Weed riding in Lake Tahoe. This company is driven by people who know how bikes should handle and ride.
Trek Stache 29+
We haven’t had a hard tail in our rental fleet since….uhhhh, I have no idea. A long time ago! So why now? Because the Stache is no ordinary hard tail. When Trek started the Stache project they called it “Project Weird” because they were trying to create a bike with the biggest tires possible (29×3.0) with the shortest chain stay they had ever made. What they ended up with is a bike that defies category and is incredibly FUN to ride. The big tires and Dropper Seatpost* make obstacles disappear and the geometry of the frame keeps things fun and playful, all while sporting a whopping tire contact patch.
Rocky Mountain Altitude 750MSL 2016
This bike took the Rocky Mountain Enduro World Series Team to the Team Overall for 2016. What does that mean for you? Well, probably that the Rocky team is faster than you, but with luck maybe some of their skills rubbed off on the bike??? If you demo this bike while in Fruita you can count on the bike NOT being the reason you can’t clean sections of trail or can’t keep up with your buddies. If you need a patsy, look elsewhere! The Rocky Mountain Altitude Carbon 70! This bike has a carbon frame, 1×11 drivetrain, AND a dropper post. HUGE bang for the buck, and attitude to spare!
Santa Cruz Bronson II C
Two decades of evolution at Santa Cruz Bicycles brought them to to this bike. An entirely new frame, a longer top tube, slacker head angle and new perspective on what a 6″ travel bike can conquer. Here at OTE you’ll still find most of the OTE staff riding 6″ travel trail bikes. Throw in the advantages of 27.5″ wheels, an amazingly light frame and the firm pedaling platform of VPP and you’ve got one of the hottest bikes of the year.
Ibis HD3 Boost/Plus Compatible
We are selling our near new Ibis HD3 Boost bikes. Why? Frankly, because Ibis just released the new HD4 Enduro bike and made this bike “obosolete.” People want NEW NEW NEW whether they know why or not. Sooo, while the new HD4 is a nice, ripper of a niche enduro race bike, the HD3 was a much better all rounder for ya know….mountain bikers! These bikes are in amazing shape as they were only rented for a short period of time. They are fully modern with Boost 148mm spacing, the ability to run up to 2.8 Plus tires, 1X Shimano XT drivetrains, and dropper seatposts. These $6200 retail bikes will not last long at these prices…
2016 Trek Remedy 8, 29er
2016 Trek Remedy 8, 27.5"
BMC Trail Fox TF01 29er
Retail price of this bike is $6500
The Trail Fox is an enduro 29er with 6″ of travel. This bike is aimed squarely at the Specialized Enduro and in our opinion it’s just as capable but pedals better. It simply doesn’t feel like a 29er with that much suspension….until you go down hill. Then it all makes sense.