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Trek Session 9.9 29
$7,999.99
Session 9.9 is the pinnacle of downhill mountain bike performance. This is the same DH bike the pros ride, and it's built for one reason: going as fast as freakin' possible down hills. It pairs a SRAM X01 DH drivetrain and Code RSC brakes with our premium OCLV Mountain Carbon frame and RockShox suspension with super-fast 29" wheels. It's right for you if... You want the fastest downhill bike we offer. You want the speed of 29" wheels and the stability of a full-on DH frame. You seek out the fastest lines, and the biggest jumps. You like to dial in your ride, and want the ability to fine-tune your suspension, fit, and handling on a bike that makes no compromises. The tech you get A full OCLV Mountain Carbon frame, 190mm RockShox Boxxer Ultimate fork with plush DebonAir spring, 190mm of rear travel with a RockShox Super Deluxe Ultimate DH shock, 29er Bontrager Line DH 30 wheels, SRAM X01 DH drivetrain, SRAM Code RSC brakes, and a Bontrager Line Pro OCLV carbon handlebar. This is a full-on DH race bike, and it's built so you can refine your setup for your fastest runs with Mino Link and an adjustable fixed-angle headset. The final word Best frame, best suspension, best parts, and fast-rolling 29" wheels. This is the only choice if you're a true DH devotee. Session 9.9 is simply the fastest bike on the mountain, even when that mountain is a stop on the World Cup circuit. Why you'll love it - It's like a precision wrecking ball that gives you the confidence to tear down mountains and take the fastest, burliest lines. - The fastest runs demand the most dialed setup: the air shock and fork on Session 9.9 are adjustable and easy to fine-tune for different tracks. - Mino Link and fixed-angle headset cups let you adjust your geometry for the exact handling you want.
Santa Cruz V10 Carbon CC XO1 27.5
$8,199.99
The Santa Cruz V10 is the winning-est bike in downhill World Cup history. Born from racing, and more than adept at the bike park, the V10's lower-link-driven, VPP suspension sports 215mm of VPP travel — yet it pedals out of corners and down long motorway sections much more efficiently than you'd ever expect. This newest generation V10 features a dropout chip to allow for 10mm of chain stay length adjustment. This new design has a longer metric shock giving a lower leverage ratio and better fade resistance. The Carbon XO1-kit comes with a set of dependable components built for the rigors of DH racing. A Fox 40 Factory fork (203mm), FOX DHX2 Factory SLS Coil 450 shock, and 27.5 x 2.5-inch Maxxis Assegai rubber ensure superior control at speed. SRAM Code RSC four-piston brakes paired to 203mm front and 200mm rear rotors won't let you down when you need them.
Trek Session 9.9 29
$7,399.99 $8,399.99 12% Off
Session 9.9 is the pinnacle of downhill mountain bike performance. It's built for one reason: going as fast as freakin' possible down hills. It pairs proven Shimano Saint parts with Trek's premium OCLV Mountain Carbon frame and FOX Factory suspension with super-fast 29-inch wheels. This is the same DH bike the pros ride, and the bike of choice for World Champion Gee Atherton. It's right for you if... You want the fastest downhill bike Trek offers. You want the speed of 29-inch wheels and the stability of a full-on DH frame. You seek out the fastest lines, and the biggest jumps. You like to dial in your ride, and want the ability to fine-tune your suspension, fit, and handling on a bike that makes no compromises. The tech you get An OCLV Mountain Carbon frame, 190mm tunable front and rear FOX Factory air suspension, Bontrager Line DH wheels, and proven Shimano Saint drivetrain and brakes. This is a full-on DH race bike, and it's built so you can refine your setup for your fastest runs with Mino Link and an adjustable fixed-angle headset. The final word Best frame, best suspension, best parts, and fast-rolling 29-inch wheels. This is the only choice if you're a true DH devotee. Session 9.9 is simply the fastest bike on the mountain, even when that mountain is a stop on the World Cup circuit. Why you'll love it 1 - It's like a precision wrecking ball that gives you the confidence to tear down mountains and take the fastest, burliest lines 2 - The fastest runs demand the most dialed setup: the air shock and fork on Session 9.9 are adjustable and easy to fine-tune for different tracks 3 - Mino Link and fixed-angle headset cups let you adjust your geometry for the exact handling you want
Trek Session 8 27.5
$4,729.99
Session 8 is the DH mountain bike with a park-focused geometry that shines on big hits at the bike park. It's built with a burly aluminum frame, 200mm/210mm front and rear suspension, and a SRAM GX DH parts group chosen to stand up to the roughest lines you can find. It's right for you if... You're a regular on the lifts and at the bike park. You're looking for a playful, versatile, durable DH rig with proven performance and a park-ready geometry, and want a lot of tech for your money. The tech you get An Alpha Platinum Aluminum frame with Mino Link adjustable geometry, a 200mm RockShox Boxxer Select fork with plush DebonAir spring, 210mm of rear travel with an adjustable FOX Performance VAN shock, 27.5" Bontrager Line DH 30 wheels, SRAM Guide R brakes, and a DH-specific SRAM GX 7-speed drivetrain. Race, rip, ride. This bike does it all. The final word Fast, durable, agile, and stable. Session 8 is fully capable of taking on the gnarliest descents, the biggest jumps, and the burliest trails. It's a versatile, confidence-inspiring ride with the best in DH tech and a geometry that's not so low and long that it doesn't play nice at the park. Why you'll love it - Session 8 has the heart of a monster truck: it rolls over everything, gives you the confidence to take on rougher trails, and saves you when you don't take the right line. - The quality suspension setup paired with our ABP frame design is made to keep you in control. - The durable, DH-specific 7-speed drivetrain keeps things simple, so you can focus on shredding and getting rad. - Mino Link lets you make small adjustments to your geometry quickly and easily, even mid-ride. - 27.5 wheels are great for flicking the bike around through the most technical trail.
Santa Cruz V10 Carbon CC XO1 29
$8,199.99
The Santa Cruz V10 is the winning-est bike in downhill World Cup history. Born from racing, and more than adept at the bike park, the V10's lower-link-driven, VPP suspension sports 215mm of VPP travel — yet it pedals out of corners and down long motorway sections much more efficiently than you'd ever expect. This newest generation V10 features a dropout chip to allow for 10mm of chain stay length adjustment. This new design has a longer metric shock giving a lower leverage ratio and better fade resistance. The Carbon XO1-kit comes with a set of dependable components built for the rigors of DH racing. A Fox 49 Factory fork (203mm), FOX DHX2 Factory SLS Coil 450 shock, and 29 x 2.5-inch Maxxis Assegai rubber ensure superior control at speed. SRAM Code RSC four-piston brakes paired to 203mm front and 200mm rear rotors won't let you down when you need them.
Santa Cruz V10 Carbon CC S
$5,999.00
At the 2017 World Cup season opener in Lourdes, Loris Vergier, Luca Shaw, and Greg Minnaar qualified 1, 3, and 6 aboard the ‘controversy machine’—a V10 with a new swingarm rolling on 29-inch wheels. The clouds broke open before the top qualifiers, soaking the track, and the question of technological supremacy would have to wait…for five weeks, when Greg Minnaar climbed to the top step at Ft. William for the seventh time. Over the next winter, using what we learned during the 2017 race season, we set about designing an entirely new V10—longer reach, better shock rate, and better frame and cable protection. All three frame sizes (and Reserve carbon DH wheels) were designed and manufactured in time for a week of testing before the Ft. William World Cup in 2018. Greg crashed in those sessions, breaking his arm, and effectively ending his season. A few days later, Luca qualified first and Loris third on the new bike. Loris put down a scorcher in the finals that only fellow Frenchman Amaury Pierron could top, but Luca flatted high on course and had to cruise down. The new school had arrived, and they had new wheels. Testing continued throughout the 2018 season, usually in the form of link sets designed to tweak the shock rate or make minor alterations in geometry. We had the big variables figured out, but fine-tuning the suspension under the Syndicate during World Cup season guaranteed regular, high-level feedback and lots of high-stakes puzzling. The result is perhaps the most refined suspension performance available outside of a World Cup pit. That brings us to now—kind of. Pairing 29-inch wheels with 215mm of travel makes a juggernaut of a race bike, but racing isn’t everything. Depending on the type of trails or riding style you’re into, breaking out the biggest artillery might not be ideal. Rider height also looms large when deciding which wheel size is optimal and a lot of people may opt for smaller wheels. So we decided to make a 27.5 V10, too. No compromises, no gimmicks, no shortcuts—it was designed in parallel to the 29er V10 as an original suspension platform and chassis. The 27.5 bike comes in Small, Medium, and Large, while the 29 comes in Medium, Large, and XL. Make your choice according to your size or riding style, and you’ll be the recipient of every bit of work and puzzling that’s gone into the Syndicate’s race bikes. The most successful bike in downhill history shows no signs of slowing down. - Carbon CC frame - FOX 40 Performance Elite, 203mm fork - FOX DHX2 Performance Elite Coil rear shock - Race Face ARC HD 30 rims with DT 350 hubs - Maxxis Assegai tires - 7-speed SRAM GX DH-specific drivetrain
Santa Cruz V10 Carbon CC DH X01
$8,299.00
At the 2017 World Cup season opener in Lourdes, Loris Vergier, Luca Shaw, and Greg Minnaar qualified 1, 3, and 6 aboard the ‘controversy machine’—a V10 with a new swingarm rolling on 29-inch wheels. The clouds broke open before the top qualifiers, soaking the track, and the question of technological supremacy would have to wait…for five weeks, when Greg Minnaar climbed to the top step at Ft. William for the seventh time. Over the next winter, using what we learned during the 2017 race season, we set about designing an entirely new V10—longer reach, better shock rate, and better frame and cable protection. All three frame sizes (and Reserve carbon DH wheels) were designed and manufactured in time for a week of testing before the Ft. William World Cup in 2018. Greg crashed in those sessions, breaking his arm, and effectively ending his season. A few days later, Luca qualified first and Loris third on the new bike. Loris put down a scorcher in the finals that only fellow Frenchman Amaury Pierron could top, but Luca flatted high on course and had to cruise down. The new school had arrived, and they had new wheels. Testing continued throughout the 2018 season, usually in the form of link sets designed to tweak the shock rate or make minor alterations in geometry. We had the big variables figured out, but fine-tuning the suspension under the Syndicate during World Cup season guaranteed regular, high-level feedback and lots of high-stakes puzzling. The result is perhaps the most refined suspension performance available outside of a World Cup pit. That brings us to now—kind of. Pairing 29-inch wheels with 215mm of travel makes a juggernaut of a race bike, but racing isn’t everything. Depending on the type of trails or riding style you’re into, breaking out the biggest artillery might not be ideal. Rider height also looms large when deciding which wheel size is optimal and a lot of people may opt for smaller wheels. So we decided to make a 27.5 V10, too. No compromises, no gimmicks, no shortcuts—it was designed in parallel to the 29er V10 as an original suspension platform and chassis. The 27.5 bike comes in Small, Medium, and Large, while the 29 comes in Medium, Large, and XL. Make your choice according to your size or riding style, and you’ll be the recipient of every bit of work and puzzling that’s gone into the Syndicate’s race bikes. The most successful bike in downhill history shows no signs of slowing down.
Santa Cruz V10 Carbon CC S 29
$5,999.99
The Santa Cruz V10 is the winning-est bike in downhill World Cup history. Born from racing, and more than adept at the bike park, the V10's lower-link-driven, VPP suspension sports 215mm of VPP travel — yet it pedals out of corners and down long motorway sections much more efficiently than you'd ever expect. This newest generation V10 features a dropout chip to allow for 10mm of chain stay length adjustment. This new design has a longer metric shock giving a lower leverage ratio and better fade resistance. The Carbon S-kit comes with a set of dependable components built for the rigors of DH racing. A Fox 49 Performance Elite fork (203mm), Fox DHX2 Performance Elite Coil 450 shock, and 29 x 2.5-inch Maxxis Assegai rubber ensure superior control at speed. SRAM Code R four-piston brakes paired to 203mm front and 200mm rear rotors won't let you down when you need them.
Santa Cruz V10 Carbon CC S 27.5
$5,999.99
The Santa Cruz V10 is the winning-est bike in downhill World Cup history. Born from racing, and more than adept at the bike park, the V10's lower-link-driven, VPP suspension sports 215mm of VPP travel — yet it pedals out of corners and down long motorway sections much more efficiently than you'd ever expect. This newest generation V10 features a dropout chip to allow for 10mm of chain stay length adjustment. This new design has a longer metric shock giving a lower leverage ratio and better fade resistance. The Carbon S-kit comes with a set of dependable components built for the rigors of DH racing. A Fox 40 Performance Elite fork (203mm), Fox DHX2 Performance Elite Coil 450 shock, and 27.5 x 2.5-inch Maxxis Assegai rubber ensure superior control at speed. SRAM Code R four-piston brakes paired to 203mm front and 200mm rear rotors won't let you down when you need them.
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