One of the most sought after bike brands on the west coast. Santa Cruz bikes are built in, you guessed it, Santa Cruz, CA.
The original women’s bike brand. Juliana is the women’s division of Santa Cruz bikes. Made by women for women.
Our local Utah neighbor. Looking for the best wheels and components for your trusty steed? Look no further.
The biggest bike manufacturer in the world. Giant offers amazing value on a huge range of bike types.
A truly unique brand of bikes made with women in mind. Liv offers almost every kind of bike imaginable.
Canada eh? Lame joke we know, but Norco bikes are anything but lame. Norco’s lineup is pretty impressive.
Cannondale has become synonymous with lightweight, high-end bikes. Plus they make a fork with only one stanchion. How neat is that?
Another ripping mountain bike brand from Santa Cruz, CA. There must be something in the water.
Giddy up! Transition pride themselves on being rider owned for life. It’s apparent in the way they make bikes. By riders for riders.
If you’ve ever ridden a bike, chances are it had at least one Shimano component on it. Makes sense considering they’ve been making quality bike parts since dirt was new.
What’s cooler than a Ti frame? Nothing really. That’s the top of the bike food chain right there.
However you pronounce it, Sram is always pushing the envelope on what can be done in the bike components world. Innovation is the name of their game.
Hailing from Spain, Orbea knows how to make a bike that goes fast. Uphill, downhill, on the road or trails that have more rocks than dirt. Now if we could just figure out how to pronounce their names.
Made for adventure. Salsa bikes have one thing in mind — getting you in the great outdoors.
What do you get when a group of riders and industry bigwigs who do exactly what they want decide to start making bikes? You get one heck of a good bike. Plain and simple.