Mountain Bikes

As the name implies, mountain bikes were originally made for off road riding. Although trail riding is where they excel, mountain bikes also make good, rugged city bikes. They're sort of the Jeep or SUV of bicycles, except that the gas mileage is better. Here's what we offer. (Prices includes a kickstand and Intown water bottle.)

Jamis Trail XR
(For ten & eleven year olds)

$360

(Price includes assembly, sizing, kickstand, Intown water bottle, and 6 months free adjustments.)

The Trail XR is our offering for that little guy (or girl) that's too big for a children's bike, but not quite big enough for a full size adult bike. With a 13" frame, it's basically an extra small adult bike. We carry the Trail XR in only the 13" frame size, but we can order any size you'd like. It's a good value, and it's a bike you can pass around the family as the kids grow in and out of it. Also available in blue.

Jamis Trail XR Mtn Bike

Raleigh Talus 2

$395

(Price includes assembly, sizing, kickstand, Intown water bottle, and 6 months free adjustments.)

Next we offer the Talus 2. It's a great light duty mountain bike with the new 27.5" wheel size. Although it's designed primarily for street use, it does fine on the occasional off-road trail. Like all of the Raleighs, it's a lot of bike for the price. Also available in Dark Silver.

Raleigh Talus 2

Raleigh Redux 1

$575

(Price includes assembly, sizing, Intown water bottle, and 6 months free adjustments.)

Please excuse the French here y'all, but this bike is bitchin'! It's stealth black. It has big, rugged, street tires; disc brakes for all weather stopping; and a rigid fork for speed, acceleration, and a good feel for the road. Talk about your urban mountain bike... It'll take you anywhere you want to go. We're pretty excited about the Redux. Come check it out. See if you agree.

Raleigh Redux 1

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