Looking for a bike that’s just, you know, a bike? Then you’re probably looking for this:
The Giant Escape is the quintessential commuter. Lightweight frame, reliable components, wide gear range, and accommodations for almost any accessory.
For less than the cost of two car payments, you can buy a bike that will give you thousands of miles of trouble-free transportation, a slimmer waistline, and loads of fun!
We stock sizes that fit riders from 4’10” to 6’3″.
And if you’re looking for something a little more fun and versatile:
The Kona Dew has wider tires and more powerful disc brakes (and sweet, sweet skinwall tires!) so you can legitimately shred this bike in the woods and in the streets!
Cyclocross racing is a weird kind of racing for folks that like to carry road bikes through the woods. Even though most folks who get on a bike will probably never intend to carry it through the woods, Cyclocross Bikes still make great bikes for lots of riders. Because of the unique demands placed on bikes in cyclocross racing, these bikes are built for speed and strength; they’re fast and fun, but not fragile. Many even come with fittings for racks and fenders and can be put into service as light touring bikes or heavy duty commuters. If you want one bike for many uses, then you should consider a Cyclocross Bike.
KONA JAKE THE SNAKE
If you’re looking for a race ready bike that won’t break the bank or a do-it-all road/offroad work/fun bike, then Jake the Snake is your dude. Key features: aluminum frame with carbon fork (thru axles front and rear!), 2 x 11 drivetrain, disc brakes, and unstoppable attitude!
Across every face of the hillside on which our towns are perched, there is an ever-expanding network of trails running through the woods. Sculpted ribbons of earth, stone, and wood have been carved into the landscape like a dirt roller coaster that you can ride anytime, for free! Once you have the right bike, of course. Bikes that are built for singletrack use feature wide tires for maximum off-road traction as well as powerful brakes, a wide range of gears, and (usually) some form of suspension.
With nearly a dozen builds available in an array of travel lengths (120mm, 140mm, 160mm, and 170mm) across the range of wheel sizes (26″, 27.5″, and 29″), there is a Kona Process for nearly every rider in almost any setting.
The crown jewel of the expansive Kona line, the Process is the proverbial silver bullet: fast, fun, and durable. With loads of praise heaped on this bike since it’s original release in 2014, there’s little to be said that hasn’t already been said a thousand times over:
KONA HONZO AL/DL
Coupling modern tech and progressive geometry, the Honzo is living proof that fun and fast are not mutually exclusive!
With features that would have only been found on top shelf models only a few years ago (dropper post, tubeless wheels and tires, hydraulic disc brakes, air sprung suspension. etc), this $1150 bike embodies the promise of trickle down technology. Off the floor and onto the trails, this bike is ready to shred!
The way we road ride, there may not always be a road. In fact, we often head out in search of the pavement’s end to see what lies just off the map, and our “road” bikes can take you there.
Kona Rove ST
A true do-all curly bar bike featuring modern components and big tires on a traditional steel frame. 1x drivetrain, disc brakes, thru axles, and tubeless 650×47 tires that will take you anywhere you want to go!
The Kona Rove is a sub-$900 bike that will take you anywhere you can imagine: to work, to the woods, or to work through the woods. A solid build with smart parts: aluminum frame with rack and fender mounts galore, disc brakes, integrated shifters, and 700×32 tires.
Shredders of the gnar | Both near and far | Ride your bike | Blow up your car
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Bikes aren’t just for kids, but childhood isn’t complete without a good bike!
Strider Balance Bike
Balance bikes are the fastest way to teach steering and balance. Most kids graduate directly from here to a pedal bike with no need for training wheels. Impress your friends and neighbors and teach your kids how to ride the European Way, with a balance bike.
Available with 12 or 16-inch wheels and removable training wheels, this is an express ticket to fun and freedom.
Giant XtC Jr.
Built with a lightweight aluminum frame, lots of stand-over clearance, and easy-to-use gears, this is the rigid version (no front suspension) of the XTC Jr. family. Available with 20- or 24-inch wheels and smooth-rolling tires that can handle the trail, it’s a fun and stable way to get started on the trail.