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BMC Trail Crew
$5900 retail price. This bike is discounted for one and only one reason. No body seems to realize just how awesome BMC trail bikes are! This bike is decked out in some of the best parts you can buy and it uses the same suspension design as the most popular brands on the market. If you aren’t brand conscious regarding the name on the side of the bike then get this bike at this price while you can. (This company won the Tour De France a few years ago by the way)
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. This bike has a Reverb dropper post, Tubeless tires, a Rock Shox Pike, and a 2×10 drivetrain. 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.
BMC Trailfox Aluminum
Retail: $4,000! BMC created a frame whose geometry delivers the full wish-list to meet the demands of aggressive all-mountain riding. It is bigger, more aggressive, and more capable than ever before. Sharing geometry and based on the same design ideas as the Trailfox 01, the Trailfox 03 was designed for those looking for a capable, yet economical bike that will let them experience the thrill of enduro riding.
Trek Remedy 8
Retail: $5,530! The Burner name was first given to the original Turner, a full-suspension cross-country bike released in the mid-‘90s when the “NORBA standard” hardtail dominated the market. Over the years, the Burner evolved and took some hiatuses from production. This latest version is fast becoming the standard mountain bike of the 20-teens, the 27.5 trail bike.
Santa Cruz Nomad CC
Retail: $6,600! The Nomad is uncompromising in its purpose, and as such has been designed specifically around one-by drivetrains only. One-by offers a wide range of options for just about any kind of riding, and the design permits some seriously compact chainstays. On the front end of the bike, the rangy cockpit and relatively steep seat tube angle make for a surprisingly efficient pedaling position for such a capable descender. Internal cable routing comes courtesy of thin carbon fiber tubes molded into the frame from entry to exit, ensuring completely integrated, hassle-free routing every time.
Pivot Mach 4
Ibis Mojo HD3
Rocky Mountain Thunderbolt BC Edition
Retail $6400…NOW $3980 —-The Thunderbolt BC edition is set up the way we set our own bikes up! With wide bars, big tires, 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. Get some! (This particular bike was not a demo. It was the Boss’s personal bike, which anyone who owns a bike shop knows….means it is barely ridden!)
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 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!
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.