Scott Aspect 940

When you make the most successful mountain bikes in the world, the term “Entry Level” is a gauntlet thrown down. The Scott Aspect 940 takes up the challenge with rigid, large diameter fork blades, real Shimano disc brakes, and peerless Shimano chainrings. (Other companies
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Breezer Radar Expert

The Breezer Radar is your “ONE” bike. A road bike is great for speed, but can’t carry much baggage; a touring bike is great at carrying packs, but is sluggish and can’t really do much off-road; a mountain bike can carry packs and handle the off-road, but bogs y
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Scott Spark 960

When deciding on what full-sus bikes to carry for 2018, the Scott Spark Series was the clear choice for a bike that wouldn’t bog you down own local trails, but could still handle more aggressive riding. It’s a trail bike / it’s a cross country bike – it’s whate
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Felt VR60

The Felt VR60 is our “go to” model for those who need one bike to do a bit of everything. Deck it out with a rack, fenders, and panniers and you’ve got the ultimate commuter or light touring bike. Put on a bit more aggressive tires and you’ve got a gravel grind
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Felt Verza Speed 50

The Felt Verza Speed 50 is the perfect sporty commuter for Durham. The lightweight aluminum frame is ready for a fast commute, but sturdy enough for racks, fenders and day-to-day abuse. Under the radar: Available in “Attention Orange” or subdued black, both models have ful
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Felt FR5

The new FR5 maintains the multiple Tour-de-France stage winning character of the F series, but with more stable and predictable handling thanks to a longer wheelbase and a taller head tube. Felt also smoothed out the ride by placing the rear brake under the bottom bracket, allowing fo
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Fuji Tahoe

Fuji Tahoe 1.5 : We’ve been waiting for this bike for years. It’s easy enough to find a sub $1500 mountain bike, but sub $1500 with a solid 1x drivetrain gets a little more difficult; add in a Rock Shox Judy fork with lock-out and things get more difficult still; add in sl
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Breezer Uptown

The Breezer Uptown is perennially Bicycling Magazine’s Best Commuter Bike of the Year. The “Low Step” model provides the same award winning features as the “Step Over” version, but is easier to mount and dismount. Under the radar: Great seat and grips. Lots of compan
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Felt IA Series

With a fistful of Kona wins, The Felt IA’s pedigree couldn’t be purer. The entry level IA16 model is perhaps our favorite, providing 90% of the performance of the IA1 at a fraction of the price. Under the radar: The Felt aerobars are extensively adjustable, with a comforta
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Seven 622 SLX

  The Seven Cycles 622 SLX  is the culmination of more than two decades of bike building experience, a sculptural blend of titanium and carbon fiber. The carbon fiber makes it light and stiff. The titanium gives it a lively ride quality and a durability that belies its aesthetic
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