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A Downhill/BMX full-face helmet with an ultra-light design with a fiberglass shell and active cooling system that maximizes airflow. - Washable comfort liner, cheek pads and chin strap covers - Adjustable visor with light-weight screws - Compatible with inflatable emergency release systems
For kids, a bike means freedom and fun. And because, like it or not, a bike can sometimes see duties that take it a bit beyond its intended purpose, it needs to be simple and reliable. The Batch Kids Bike is grab-and-go for spontaneous adventures. It features a durable and light aluminum frame, easy-to-steer handlebars, and an adjustable seat. You want to keep your kid’s spirit for biking alive? Give them a bike that can keep up.
Riding a Batch bike lets you enjoy the scenery from a unique two-wheeled perspective, and nothing says “Hey, world, I’m here!” like the ding-dong of the large Batch bike bell. As with everything else Batch makes, it’s simple, sleek, and well-built. - Diameter: 3.2" / 81mm - Weight: 9oz / 255 grams - Fit: All standard handlebars
Born from Bell’s unrivaled heritage in motocross, the Transfer was created for everyday shredding. With Overbrow Ventilation to keep you cool and Quicksnap removable cheek pads for easy cleaning, this helmet is ready for ripping laps at the bike park or hitting your local DH race. - 9 helmet vents, 3 brow ports - Overbrow ventilation features intake ports on the brow of the helmet to usher in cool air and push it through the air-channel matrix for full-head ventilation - Compliance: CPSC bicycle; ASTMA F1952-00 (downhill); ASTM F2032-06 (BMX) - Construction: Polycarbonate shell - Visor: Flying bridge visor - originally developed for moto use, this visor's side-mounted screws are easy to adjust, even while wearing gloves - Safety: Breakaway screws - X-Small = 51 – 53cm - Small = 53 – 55cm - Medium = 55 – 57cm - Large = 57 – 59cm - X-Large = 59 – 61cm - XX-Large = 61 – 63cm
- Forged alloy construction - Double bolt centering design - Oversize 6mm hex bolts
Bont Riot+, the world's first carbon-composite, heat-moldable, entry-level cycling shoe now available with BOA retention system. The Riot+ combines Bont's pro series technical features, our power transfer platform, anatomical shaping with competition grade materials, and BOA retention system to create the most technically advanced entry level road cycling shoe. - Model: Riot+ - Material: Carbon Composite Construction with Microfiber Upper - Stack Height: 4.8 mm - Air Vents: Ventilations holes through upper and mesh inserts - Innersole: Comfort - Sole Guards: Replaceable - Cleat Mounting: 3 Hole Look Configuration - Closing Options: Boa dial and Z from Velcro strap - Weight: 280 grams
Full-carbon, 50mm deep tubeless-ready disc brake wheel that perfectly balances durability, weight, and aerodynamics. Proven, tested design for the perfect upgrade There has never been a better time to upgrade to the feel and performance of carbon wheels. Aeolus Pro 5 TLR is a full carbon, tubeless-ready disc brake road wheel that balances durability, weight, and aerodynamics for pro-level performance that doesn’t break the bank. We started with a proven 50mm-depth shape and added the versatility of disc brake hubs to make a carbon road wheel available to all. Product details - D3 Dual Directional Design profile cuts drag at tire-leading and rim-leading edge - OCLV Pro carbon offers an optimized blend of weight, stiffness, and durability - Tubeless Ready (TLR) rims allow for quick transition to tubeless system - Stacked lacing alignment provides a better spoke bracing angle for a stiffer wheel - 50mm depth OCLV Carbon rim (27mm outer, 19.5mm inner width) DT Aerolite spokes and Alpina locking nipples - Center lock disc hubs with 12mm thru-axle front and rear, Bontrager 24 point engagement, 3 pawl hub - Compatible with Shimano 10/11 speed, SRAM 10/11 freehubs, axle swap kit available for quick release and 15mm - Includes TLR rim strip, TLR valve, valve core removal tool, and traditional rim strip
Crown races for Cane Creek headsets fit a variety of lowers and crown race seat diameters. - Compatible with 10-, 40- and 110-Series headsets and backwards compatible with S and XX Series - Integral mold seals keep out the elements - Durable steel construction
Helm MKII Coil - Designed, Developed, Hand-Built By Riders The Helm MKII is Cane Creek's first major revision of the Helm fork lineup and improves on its predecessor in nearly every way. It includes a newly designed damper featuring a new compression and mid-valve circuit for increased support and control while a new SKF oil seal head and 2.5 weight damper oil reduce friction and provide a more supple ride-feel. The HELM MKII Coil includes all of the innovative features of the original HELM Coil fork including rider-adjustable travel which allows HELM MKII owners to change the travel of their fork at home with just a few common tools. SKF LOW-FRICTION WIPER SEALS The fork includes low-friction SKF wiper seals on the castings. These seals are typically seen as an after-marketing upgrade on most suspension forks, however they are a stock feature on the HELM MKII. Accessory Free Travel Change No additional accessories or parts are needed to change travel lengths on all Helm MKII Coil forks. Updated Damper The updated damper features a new compression and mid-valve circuit for increased support and control while a new SKF oil seal head and 2.5 weight Motorex damper oil reduce friction and provide a more supple ride-feel Spring Recommendations 35lb spring – AAG0421 RED – (90-120lbs rider) 45lb spring – AAG0422 BLACK – (120-160lbs rider) 55lb spring – AAG0424 GREEN – (160-200lbs rider) ** Stock Spring in Helm Coil 65lb spring – AAG0426 BLUE – (200-240lbs rider) The HELM MKII comes in 29/27.5+ and 27.5 wheel sizes with both air and coil sprung versions available. The 29/27.5+ version of the fork is available in 51mm and 44mm offset and is adjustable from 130mm to 160mm of travel while the 27.5 fork is available in 44mm offset only and is adjustable from 130mm to 160mm of travel. 29/27.5+ models of the fork will come in a gloss black finish with matte black stickers and the 27.5 model will come in a matte black finish with gloss black stickers. Aftermarket sticker kits are available in brushed silver and gold. All forks are built to order by hand in Cane Creeks facility in North Carolina, USA.
We have decades of experience designing bikes that fly up hors categorie climbs at the Tour, and then descend confidently and aggressively down the other side. We sought to bring this same balance to a purpose-built XCO race bike. ZHT-5 is prized by those who value efficiency over all else—and who have the skills to tame today's technical courses without the benefit of a rear shock. ZHT-5 is fast, efficient, and even a bit fun. It’s not on the lunatic fringe of longer and slacker, but the 68.5-degree head tube angle and rationally progressive geometry combine to keep the rider's weight centered and stable. It's comfortable, fast downhill, nimble enough for pack racing, and stable at speed.
Our engineers like to joke that, "if it looks fast, it probably is." But there's some truth to that, and Aspero-5 looks fast standing still. No cables in the wind, tube shapes from our aerodynamically-proven library, and a hint of a cut out in the seat tube, all add up to a bike that proves the adage.
Caledonia doesn't fit in a box nicely, and we like it that way. It was conceived on our Thursday night rides—routes that often play fast and loose with 'road ride.' Modern road riders are looking for bikes to handle long-distance, high pace, no limits, and offer maximum fun—the Caledonia delivers performance, comfort, and speed. Oh, and you can fit a 34mm tire in there. Or 31mm with fenders.
The Caledonia-5 is the bike we keep reaching for when we know the odometer's going well past the triple-digit mark. Long rides invariably have some smooth tarmac, some junk pavement over backroads, a cutty singletrack connector, and maybe even your own local Strade Bianche sector. So we built a bike that could take on all of them, do it well, and fit fenders in case the ominous clouds turn into a downpour 130km into your day.
The Caledonia-5 is the bike we keep reaching for when we know the odometer's going well past the triple-digit mark. Long rides invariably have some smooth tarmac, some junk pavement over backroads, a cutty singletrack connector, and maybe even your own local Strade Bianche sector. So we built a bike that could take on all of them, do it well, and fit fenders in case the ominous clouds turn into a downpour 130km into your day.
The Caledonia-5 is the bike we keep reaching for when we know the odometer's going well past the triple-digit mark. Long rides invariably have some smooth tarmac, some junk pavement over backroads, a cutty singletrack connector, and maybe even your own local Strade Bianche sector. So we built a bike that could take on all of them, do it well, and fit fenders in case the ominous clouds turn into a downpour 130km into your day.
R5 has one job-get to the top, fast. But for all the glory and fanfare that comes with a summit finish, they're rarely the only climb of the day. And while a race isn't usually won on a descent, they can certainly be lost. A climbing bike that can't carve a hairpin is a bit like a cup of decaf coffee. This is the fourth iteration of the R5, and while weight and stiffness have varied over the years, the handling, poise, and unmatched prowess on a descent have been consistent since day one.
R5 has one job-get to the top, fast. But for all the glory and fanfare that comes with a summit finish, they're rarely the only climb of the day. And while a race isn't usually won on a descent, they can certainly be lost. A climbing bike that can't carve a hairpin is a bit like a cup of decaf coffee. This is the fourth iteration of the R5, and while weight and stiffness have varied over the years, the handling, poise, and unmatched prowess on a descent have been consistent since day one.
SURVIVAL OF THE FASTEST The S5 prioritizes aerodynamic performance and stiffness, making it a platform preferred by the fastest sprinters in the world. Don't think it's a one-trick pony, though-despite the lateral stiffness, the S5 delivers an incredibly comfortable ride. You've no doubt noticed the now-iconic V-Stem. We optimized that shape to deliver the best possible performance in the wind, hid the cables inside, and make enough bar/stem/stack options to fit just about anyone. When you climb aboard an S5, you won't just go fast, you'll feel fast. The frame stiffness, geometry, layup, and tube shapes combine to make a bike that's comfortable enough to spend all day off the front, but will respond to a last-second acceleration better than anything else. It'll clear 28mm tires, too, to allow you to fit the newer crop of wider rim/tire combos that help you eke out even more aero advantage.
The S5 prioritizes aerodynamic performance and stiffness, making it a platform preferred by the fastest sprinters in the world. You've no doubt noticed the now-iconic V-Stem. We optimized that shape to deliver the best possible performance in the wind, hid the cables inside, and made enough bar/stem/stack options to fit just about anyone. It'll clear 28mm tires, too so you can eke out even more aero advantage.
SURVIVAL OF THE FASTEST The S5 prioritizes aerodynamic performance and stiffness, making it a platform preferred by the fastest sprinters in the world. Don't think it's a one-trick pony, though-despite the lateral stiffness, the S5 delivers an incredibly comfortable ride. You've no doubt noticed the now-iconic V-Stem. We optimized that shape to deliver the best possible performance in the wind, hid the cables inside, and make enough bar/stem/stack options to fit just about anyone. When you climb aboard an S5, you won't just go fast, you'll feel fast. The frame stiffness, geometry, layup, and tube shapes combine to make a bike that's comfortable enough to spend all day off the front, but will respond to a last-second acceleration better than anything else. It'll clear 28mm tires, too, to allow you to fit the newer crop of wider rim/tire combos that help you eke out even more aero advantage.
Carbon seat post ,25mm offset, 400mm long Compatible with: Cervelo S2 (2014-2018), S3 Rim and Disc (2014-Present), S-Series (2019-present), S5 Rim and Disc (2011-Present) SP-SP20-25MM-L
The Soloist. It's a name from deep in our history, but immediately familiar to anyone with bike racing memories extending back to the early-2000s. It was the weapon of choice for top World Tour contenders on CSC and the Cervelo Test Team, and we're bringing it back for a new generation. The new Soloist is designed for the week-in, week-out rider and racer who can only justify one high-performance bike. It balances light weight and aerodynamic advantages to deliver a bike that really is 'just right'. Soloist comes in a hair lighter than S5, but significantly more aerodynamic than R5, and borrows the threaded bottom bracket standard you find on the R5-CX. It's a race bike that can accommodate mechanical and electronic shifting, can hammer out the training miles in all weather, and yet still has the chops to leap off the front at that decisive moment. That's the Soloist.
The Soloist. It's a name from deep in our history, but immediately familiar to anyone with bike racing memories extending back to the early-2000s. It was the weapon of choice for top World Tour contenders on CSC and the Cervelo Test Team, and we're bringing it back for a new generation. The new Soloist is designed for the week-in, week-out rider and racer who can only justify one high-performance bike. It balances light weight and aerodynamic advantages to deliver a bike that really is 'just right'. Soloist comes in a hair lighter than S5, but significantly more aerodynamic than R5, and borrows the threaded bottom bracket standard you find on the R5-CX. It's a race bike that can accommodate mechanical and electronic shifting, can hammer out the training miles in all weather, and yet still has the chops to leap off the front at that decisive moment. That's the Soloist.
When Team Jumbo-Visma decided it was time to race XCO, they came to us for the answer. The ZHT-5 marks a new era for Cervelo and the team, as we go racing together. Our engineering expertise has already been proven in cyclocross (R5-CX) and gravel racing (Aspero), and now we've upped the ante and designed a mountain bike worthy of the Cervelo name. ZHT-5 is a Cervelo through and through: fast, efficient, and fun to ride. The 69-degree head tube angle, modern reach, and short chainstays combine to make a bike that's stable at speed and nimble enough for pack racing. There's room to maneuver in the cockpit, whether you're darting inside on an uphill hairpin, or hanging off the back to make time on the descent.
ZHT-5 is fast, efficient, and even a bit fun. It’s not on the lunatic fringe of longer and slacker, but the 68.5-degree head tube angle and rationally progressive geometry combine to keep the rider's weight centered and stable. It's comfortable, fast downhill, nimble enough for pack racing, and stable at speed. We have decades of experience designing bikes that fly up hors categorie climbs at the Tour, and then descend confidently and aggressively down the other side. We sought to bring this same balance to a purpose-built XCO race bike. ZHT-5 is prized by those who value efficiency over all else—and who have the skills to tame today's technical courses.
The new standard for durability and price. - Patented Star-Ratchet system - Contact-free seals and high precision build guarantee smooth bearings - Press-fit end caps allow tool-free maintenance and conversion
High-stretch, soft-touch wet-weather protection for your feet Design Philosophy Dry feet on a wet ride are the holy grail when it comes to enjoying a damp day on the bike. The updated Humvee Waterproof Sock II makes sure that cold, wet feet don’t spoil an epic ride, thanks to a breathable waterproof membrane that stops water from getting in while letting sweat out. Add to that a super soft yarn lining and you have the perfect balance between comfort and performance that you won't want to take off! Key Benefits: - 3 Layer construction for warmth, weatherproof-ness, and durability - Waterproof highly breathable stretch membrane - Stretch arch support - Long leg length for maximum coverage - Unpadded construction ideal for close-fitting shoes - Dry feet, happy riding
The electrified Epocalypse is your tractor beam to the summit. This long travel overlander is prepped for the end of days, placing direct current between your heels to turn the steepest ascents into provocative dares. Inspired by our beloved Wreckoning platform, the battery boosted Epocalypse rides above two 29” wheels with 166mm of rear travel and 170mm below the bars. Posture for this genre-fluid beast closely resembles that of the Wreckoning for a proper dance party deep in the trees. The geometry teeter totter is well balanced across the Evil family tree and the Epocalypse drops into a cozy branch alongside its gravity kin. Epocalyptic lightning flows into a low-slung Shimano EP8 motor to kick out 85Nm of pedal assistance at full throttle, backed by the brand’s burly 630Wh battery for max laps. Spin it up and let the good times rip! The motor’s trail-hugging heft will dig those rubber lugs in deep for unshakable stability and traction. Between the juiced watts and the pedaling prowess of our DELTA System, few ascents will tilt too steep for the Epocalypse. Electrified bikes are a blast whether gravity’s helping or hindering, and the engineers at Evil worked closely with Shimano to achieve an ideal power balance. Good luck locating a slope that the Epocalypse can’t scale. After two years of rigorous testing and perfecting we’ve created the right machine for any rider’s version of fun. A pair of sturdy carbon triangles surrounds the EP8 powerhouse, protected from front tire projectiles by a custom skid plate beneath the motor and a shuttle shield under the downtube. As ever, chain slap is silenced by a hefty sound mound strip on the chain stay, and there’s a second slab of ‘shut-up” inside the seat stay. Our refined vascular system guides housing and hoses discretely through the frame, and some massive main-pivot bearings are ready to carry the powerful Epocalypse load all season long. A SRAM UDH derailleur hanger dangles from our SuperBoost+ rear end, keeping those precious drivetrain bits shifty, and hangers are available at most shops if you manage to clip a passing rock. In fact, each of the bike’s electric and analog components can be had at your local two-wheel Evil dealer, keeping the ride rolling and the maintenance time minimal. We wreckon these 442mm chain stays are worth a shout. The Epocalypse boasts some of the shortest carbon stays of any 29” ebike on the market, maintaining that Evil slaphappy, side-hit slashing, dumb-gap trying DNA we all know and love. If you’re searching for a lightning-powered unicorn that’s deft at stabilizing descents and lofting roots whenever it’s asked, you’ve found it. We’ll leave you to choose between Low and X-Low geometry settings, and to select the standard or angle-adjust headset that best suits your style. The potential advantages of an electric Wreckoning run deep. More laps in a day, longer rides with friends, additional carrying capacity for dig days, and faster lunch laps when the schedule overflows. Adding battery power to your stable will morph rest days on the couch into trail parties with friends. We’re confident your sofa won’t mind.
The Evil Insurgent has gained a nasty reputation as a rowdy troublemaker that pressures riders into steeper descents, bigger jumps, and a bad habit of berm shredding. It’s the bike for riders who want to pop off everything in their path and get sideways as much as possible. And with the new 2022 model, things get even wilder. What is the Insurgent v2? The new Insurgent is a heavy-hitting trail bike that’s designed for maximum fun, but what’s new on the v2 model? MX (29/27.5) or full 27.5” This time around, Evil decided to give riders more options by offering both an improved 27.5” model as well as a mixed-wheel (MX) model with a 29er up front and 27.5 in the back. The 27.5” Insurgent is built for the bike park and freeriding, and the MX version is more inclined for enduro, downhill, and extra aggressive trails. 18mm more travel The rear travel has been increased from 150mm to 168mm on both models, allowing you to go even harder with more confidence and control than ever. Better pedaling efficiency The seat tube angle has been steepened to help you shuttle yourself right back to the top of the climbs without being wasted for the good stuff on the way down. Longer wheelbase for better stability The wheelbase has been lengthened slightly to help you descend with better confidence and control. That’ll come in handy when you’re ripping downhill at breakneck speed.
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