Used Bikes and Accessories




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2015 Salsa Bucksaw Carbon X01

If fat bikes changed the world of mountain biking, then Salsa's Bucksaw Carbon completely rewrites the book. The stiff, wonderfully light carbon frame is equipped for singletrack with 100mm of front and rear travel, courtesy of a RockShox Bluto fork, Monarch rear shock, and awesome Split Pivot rear end. Massive, terrain-trampling, 4-inch wide Schwalbe tires and race-ready Whisky No. 9 carbon rims work with the suspension to deliver unparalleled traction and sure-footed stability over rocks, drops, bumps, berms, and anything else between you and the end of the trail. The Bucksaw Carbon incorporates a streamlined 11-speed SRAM X01 drivetrain with a wide-range 10-42 cassette that manages the ups, the downs, and everything in between. SRAM Guide RS hydraulic disc brakes provide loads of smooth, easy-to-control stopping power. And, the final parts spec is absolutely top tier, with a sterling Thomson stem, carbon Salsa handlebar, and stellar RockShox Reverb Stealth dropper post.

Price: $4250

2015 Specialized Camber Comp 29

Ride over new obstacles with ease on Specialized's Camber Comp 29. It starts with 110mm of their active FSR suspension which is built into a light, tough M5-aluminum frame. A 110mm travel RockShox Reba fork up front smooths the trail ahead so you can push it to the limit. Everything rolls on big Roval 29-inch wheels that carve corners and hold speed better to keep you flowing ahead of your buddies. And don't forget about the Shimano Deore disc brakes that help you scrub speed when you want to! A SRAM 2x10 drivetrain gives you the gears you need to power out front and stay ahead. Top it all off with a whole host of Specialized's own components including their comfy BG saddle, grippy tires, and wide handlebars, and you've got a shred-worthy rig ready to tackle any trail.

Price: $1400

2015 Specialized Fatboy Pro


Specialized's Fatboy Pro starts every day with a big breakfast of gnar-nola, wheelies, and shredded trails; it's not a picky eater. With a RockShox Bluto suspension fork and massive 4.6-inch Ground Control tires, it has the appetite to devour rocks, sand, snow, and whatever else you shove in front of it. Those fat tires are mated to wide aluminum rims that can take a beating and give you stability even on loose terrain. While you're eyeing new and offbeat places to roll your Fatboy, you can count on the SRAM X01 drivetrain with a Race Face crank to get you there quickly. When it's time to slow down and take in the scenery, Shimano XT brakes are on the case. There's even a Command Post dropper so you can climb like a skinny kid, and descend like the rolling mass of traildozer you are. The Fatboy Pro is always hungry for more, so go ahead, be a glutton.

Price: $2500

2015 Specialized Era Comp Carbon 29

From after work throw downs with friends to your next cross-country or endurance race, Specialized's Era Comp Carbon 29 boasts trail-scorching speed. Its FACT-carbon frame with an M5-aluminum rear triangle climbs and descends superbly thanks to 100mm of Specialized's legendary Brain-controlled FSR suspension that delivers unparalleled pedal power and control. This women's-specific ride features the geometry and components to be the ultimate XC weapon. You'll love the smooth RockShox Reba RL fork, crisp-shifting SRAM/Shimano 2 x 10-speed drivetrain and the Magura discs, which let you hold maximum speed until the last possible second. Plus, the fast Roval 29er wheels and Specialized tires deliver a superb balance of acceleration and traction. Upgraded wheelset on bike with Shimano XTR Trail wheels.

Price: $2500

2007 Specialized Tarmac Pro (With Many Upgrades)

This would make for a great light bike for anyone looking to upgrade to a fast carbon bike on a budget!

Price: $1500

2008 Bacchetta Giro 20

Bacchetta's Giro-20 is a great all-around bike built with commuters and tourers in mind. Its stretched wheelbase delivers a smooth, comfortable ride and exemplary road manners while the 20-inch front wheel lowers the seat height and bottom bracket for stability. Plus, for easy cruising, SRAM's drivetrain has plenty of gears and Avid's brakes deliver sure stopping. And when you feel the need to go fast, the Giro-20 is aerodynamic for serious speed and fun!

Price: TBD

2017 Specialized Rockhopper

We've been there. The trail can be a pretty intimidating place at first. Intimidating, that is, until you find the right bike to start ripping on. And in our opinion, this bike is the Rockhopper—the perfect ride for you to find your confidence on the trail.

Price: $400