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Norco One25
$1,149.00
When you're giving it all you got at the park, you have to have a bike you can depend on. Enter Norco's One25. With a full chromoly frame built to take all the abuse you can dish out, this dirt jumper rolls with authority. Alex double-wall rims laced to 32-hole alloy disc hubs spin light and strong, while the Maxxis DHT 26x2.3 tires feature an all-terrain tread pattern for confident grip on all surfaces. The Manitou Circus Sport 100mm fork offers plenty of travel and support for any type of riding, and wide 780mm bars put the controls right where you want them for huge turndowns and slick whips. 3-piece tubular chromoly cranks turn gears for quick acceleration, and a Tektro hydraulic rear brake lets you feather your run-in for sending it your way.
Free Agent Metus
$659.00
Capable of launching your dirt-jump ambitions, the Metus from Free Agent is one sweet ride. Its 6061 aluminum frame is light and strong, making it ideal for getting airborne, while the CNC-machined dropouts add extra strength for your return to earth. An SR Suntour fork offers 100mm of impact-soaking suspension, while a pair of Weinmann double-wall rims add strength where it matters. Kenda Small Block 8 tires feature small, concentrated knobs for a fast-rolling and just-sticky-enough tread pattern. And, for those times when you're bringing a little too much heat to the next ramp, a rear Bengal mechanical disc brake offers instant speed-trimming control.
Norco Ryde 24
$525.00
Jump on the Ryde 24 and take your progression to the next level. This steel singlespeed is built with a chromoly top and downtube, tough 24-inch aluminum rims, and a beefy headtube for strength and durability. Front and rear Tektro mechanical disc brakes take the guesswork out of fast run-ins, and the RST Dirt 80mm fork tracks solidly and saves sketchy landings. BMX components show you where the Ryde's influence comes from and include 28/14 micro gearing, tubular chromoly cranks, and Norco one-piece saddle with integrated seatpost. But, the modern DJ frame geometry and wide 740mm bars give you the edge in becoming king of the park.
Free Agent Cronus
$979.00
Think dirt. Ride dirt. Live Dirt. These trail serious bikes from Free Agent come with a dirt attitude, an awesome ride, and a killer value. The Cronus is designed for all-day sessions at the dirt jump park. With its lightweight 6061 aluminum frame, it's quite flickable, while the Manitou Circus Sport fork it comes with is the go-to among DJ aficionados. It rolls on Weinmann double-wall rims laced to alloy hubs, all wrapped in a pair of Maxxis DTH high-pressure tires, giving you plenty of strength and grip to stick sketchy landings. A rear Shimano MT200 hydraulic disc brake provides fine-tuned speed control and reliable, durable function.
Free Agent Salire
$549.00
The Salire's hi-tensile steel chassis is up for harsh everyday riding like your marathon dirt jump sessions, and comes back for more the next day. It's got a VAXA fork with 100mm of travel as landing gear, and double-wall Weinmann rims fitted with grippy Kenda Small Block 8 tires make sure you stick your landing with no collateral damage. The Salire's Free Agent 3-piece, hollow-spindle CrMo crank puts up with a beating, always willing and able to get you up to speed for the next set.
Norco Ryde 26
$525.00
Jump on the Ryde 26 and take your progression to the next level. This steel dirt jumper is built with a chromoly top and downtube, tough 36-hole aluminum rims, and a beefy headtube for strength and durability. Front and rear Tektro mechanical disc brakes take the guesswork out of fast run-ins, and the RST Dirt 100mm fork tracks solidly and saves sketchy landings. BMX components show you where the Ryde's influence comes from and include 28/14 micro gearing, tubular chromoly cranks, and Norco one-piece saddle with integrated seatpost. But, the modern DJ frame geometry and wide 780mm bars give you the edge in becoming king of the park.
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