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Cinelli Zydeco Rival AXS XPLR, Medium

$3,250

20.0 lbs

Another shop build. 

Some gravel bikes try really hard to blur the lines between mountain bikes and road bikes. This isn’t that bike. Sure, if you’re into the punishment of riding a rigid bike with skinny tires on technical trails you can suffer along on this one, but it’s true home is Vermont’s miles of maintained unpaved roads. It doesn’t pretend it’s a mountain bike, and it’s not a great road bike either. The 1 x 12 drivetrain runs out of steam if you’re riding with your roadie friends too, but it is a fine companion for exploring the hundreds of miles of low-cars roads that crisscross this beautiful state (and others!). Also as is our preference, this bike comes with custom hand-built wheels built for durability – and they are fully ready for a tubeless conversion – DT’s high-pressure rim tape is already installed! 

The bike is equipped with SRAM’s Rival AXS electronic groupset, and weighs just under 20 pounds when setup tubeless! (20.1 pounds as-is with tubes installed). This bike is lighter than a lot of carbon bikes in it’s class!

  • Cinelli Zydeco aluminum frame, size LG
  • Cinelli carbon disc fork
  • SRAM Rival 1x “wide” crankset, 172.5 length, 40T chainring.
  • Custom wheels – SRAM 900 6-bolt hubs with XDR freehub,  RaceFace ARC 25 rims, Sapim Laser spokes, 28H front and rear
  • Panaracer Gravel King SK Plus tires, 700C x 35mm , tubeless ready
  • SRAM Rival hydraulic brakes, flat mount, with 160mm SRAM Centerline rotors front and rear
  • FSA Adventure Compact Bar, 40cm with MSW HBT-210 Anti-slip gel bar tape
  • Origin8 ProFit 100mm x 6 degree stem
  • WTB Rocket saddle
  • SRAM Rival AXS shift/brake combo levers
  • SRAM Rival XPLR electronic shifting rear derailleur
  • SRAM Rival XPLR 12-speed cassette, 10-44 range

Orange Alpine 6S Small

$4,200

NOW 20% OFF!
$3,360

32.7 lbs

Orange Bikes long travel enduro mountain bike. 170mm front travel, 165mm rear. Orange Bikes full suspension bikes use a single pivot (less maintenance costs!) and all full their full suspension bike frames are made in the UK. This is a factory build from Orange with an upgraded rear derailleur and shifter. 

This bike has a RockShox Yari up front, a RockShox Super Deluxe Select shock, a SRAM 12-speed GX derailleur and shifter, a SRAM SX DUB crankset combined with Shimano Deore brakes, with an SDG Tellis dropper post. 

  • Orange Alpine 6 frame, 165mm travel, size Small, with RockShox Super Deluxe Select shock
  • RockShox Yari RC fork, 170mm travel
  • SRAM SX DUB crankset, 170mm length, 32T chainring
  • Maxxis Minion DHR II tires, 2.4 x 27.5″, tubeless-ready
  • Wheelset – 27.5″ WTB ST Light i30 rims on Strange Pro 27 hubs, 32H, straight-gage spokes, 3-cross
  • Shimano Deore brakes with 180mm rotors
  • RaceFace Chester Stem M35 x 40mm
  • RaceFace Chester bar, M35 x 780mm
  • WTB Silverado saddle
  • SDG Tellis dropper post, 150mm travel
  • SRAM GX Eagle 12-speed rear derailleur and shifter
  • SRAM NX Eagle 12-speed 11-50 cassette

Orange Crush 27.5″ Small

$2,750

NOW 20% OFF!
$2,200

 29.5 lbs

 This is a shop-built bike. While a lot of companies throw a carbon frame on a hardtail to “upgrade” it, this bike puts that money elsewhere. While carbon frames can be lighter, they can also be easily damaged and they certainly cost more. Since a lot of riders crash now and then, this bike starts with a sturdy, well engineered aluminum frame.  With a low top tube, a 150mm dropper post, and a 150mm travel fork this bike can handle the rough trails.  

The fork was a careful choice as well. While Suntour might be a bit more well known for their lower-priced forks, they also make some GREAT performing stuff — all the way up to teams using Suntour forks on the UCI World Cup Downhill, Enduro and Cross Country circuits. The Zeron fork offers a sealed cartridge damper with 35mm stanchions – features that cost hundreds more on competitors’ forks. In addition, the Zeron is a grease-lubricated fork, making maintenance a bit easier. 

The drivetrain is the workhorse on this bike. Sure the 12-speed systems offer two more gears than the Microshift Advent X 10-speed system we’ve chosen, but at what cost? The Advent X cassette offers a bit less range with the 48 tooth low gear on its 11-48 cassette, but the Advent X cassette weighs 424 grams and a SRAM NX cassette weighs 615 grams. (a bit less than half a pound of rotating weight!). Also – when replacement time comes, the Advent X cassette comes in at $65 versus the NX at $115. The derailleur is a similar story – $72 versus $115. This is combined with a SRAM SX DUB crank, with a size-specific 165mm length and a durable steel chainring. Durable stuff that’s lighter and cheaper!

The bike has shop-built wheels as well.  The Race Face ARC 30 rims are a shop favorite and have been my rim of choice when building wheels for the local chargers. The 4.5mm offset spoke bed of these rims provides much more even spoke tension between the left and right sides of the wheels, so the wheels are stronger. These wheels use Sapim Laser spokes – a top-quality stainless steel spoke with a thin section in the middle (2mm at at the ends, 1.5mm in the middle) for light weight. The wheels are laced 2-cross rather than the more traditional (and heavier) 3-cross, and use Sapim Secure-Lock brass nipples. I’ve found that brass nipples survive Vermont weather better than aluminum ones. The Secure Lock feature also means that the wheels stay true longer. These are laced to a SRAM 900 hub up front with 28 spokes, and a SRAM 746 in the rear with 32.  The wheels are setup for tubeless, already taped, they just need tubeless stems installed. (the bike is setup with tubes in the shop)

The brakes are simple (but good) SRAM Level brakes, a two-piston caliper setup that saves some weight and cost on this bike, with SRAM’s Centerline 180mm rotors front AND rear. If a bit more bite is wanted on the bike, SRAM’s semi-metallic pads are a nice upgrade rather than springing for new brakes, as these rotors will work with either pad type unlike some other lower-priced rotors.  A few final nice touches — the bike has a USA-made WolfTooth sealed headset, and a nice SDG Tellis dropper post – stuff you don’t see at this price point but (again…) make the bike a bit more durable. 

  • Orange Crush aluminum frame, size small, 27.5″ wheels
  • Suntour Zeron LO-R 150mm travel air fork
    SDG Tellis Dropper Post, 150mm
  • SRAM SX DUB crank, 165mm length
  • Microshift Advent X rear derailleur, 1 x 10
  • Microshift Advent X 11-48 cassette, 10 speed, with aluminum carriers
  • SRAM Level brakes, 180mm rotors front and rear
    SDG Bel-Air RL Saddle
  • Custom shop-built wheels – SRAM 900 Boost Front hub, 28H, , SRAM 746 Boost Rear Hub 32H, RaceFace ARC 30 rims, Sapim Laser spokes laces 2-cross, Sapim Secure-Lock brass nipples
  • Continental Mountain King tires, 27.5″ x 2.4″, tubeless setup with valves included
  • RaceFace Aeffect Riser bar, 760mm wide, 20mm rise, 35mm clamp diameter
  • Kalloy Mountain Stem, 35mm clamp diameter
  • USA-made Wolf Tooth headset

Orange Crush 29″ Large

$2,800 

Now 20% off!
$2,240

 

31.0 lbs

 A similar build to the Orange Crush 27.5 bike we offer, this large-framed model has a few durability upgrades for bigger riders. This bike uses a durable aluminum alloy frame paired with Suntour’s Zeron 35mm fork, along with a reliable Microshift Advent X one-by-ten drivetrain. This bike also has shop-built wheels, with Stan’s MK4 rims and SRAM hubs. The MK4 rims have an offset spoke bed for more even left/right spoke tension, and these wheels are built with Sapim Laser spokes and Secure-Lock nipples. 

The brakes are the big upgrade on this bike, using TRP’s 4-piston Slate brakes front and rear along with more durable 2.3mm thick rotors. 

  • Orange Crush 29 Frame L Fizzy Orange
  • SR Suntour Zeron LO R Suspension Fork – 29″, 150mm
  • WTB Silverado Saddle
  • microSHIFT ADVENT X Cassette – 10 Speed, 11-48t, Black, Alloy Spider
  • microSHIFT ADVENT X Rear Derailleur – 10-Speed, Medium Cage, Black, With Clutch
  • Microshift ADVENTX Trail Pro Shifter
  • Crankset Shimano FC-M5100-1 Deore, 10/11S, 170mm, 32T
  • Shimano XT BB-MT800 English Bottom Bracket
  • Kalloy Uno M35 Stem, (35.0) 0d x 45mm
  • Kalloy Uno HB-353 Riser Bar, (35.0) 15mm/780mm
  • Cane Creek 40 ZS44/28.6 EC44/40 Headset Black
  • SDG Tellis Dropper Post, 30.9mm, 150mm drop
  • TRP Slate EVO Disc Brakes with 180mm 6-bolt rotors, 2.3mm thick
  • Schwalbe Nobby Nic Perf Tire, 29 x 2.4″ 
  • KMC X10 Chain
  • MTB Wheelset Stans MK4 rims SRAM 716/746 hubs 32H/Boost 110/148 6-bolt HG

EVO OMW Fat Tire Mountain Bike, Large

$1,499

40% OFF!!!!

NOW $899

This bike is a great fat bike with a sturdy 6061 alloy frame, 6061 alloy rigid fork, and front and rear thru axles.

The bike is equipped with custom alloy double wall rims, 26 x 4.9 Big Daddy tires, and a Microshift Advent X 1×10 drivetrain with RD clutch. It has hydraulic disc brakes, 160mm front and rear, with an aluminum alloy bar and stem and a custom sport saddle.

  • 6061 Alloy Frame
  • 6061 Alloy Rigid Fork
  • 26” Custom Alloy Double Wall Rims
  • 26 x 4.9 Big Daddy Tires, 60 TPI
  • Front and Rear Thru Axles
  • Microshift Advent X 1×10 Drivetrain with RD Clutch
  • Disc Brakes, 160mm
  • Evo Custom Sport Saddle
  • Alloy Bar and Stem