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2014 Featured Mountain Bikes

Shop a selection of this year's most desirable frames, matched with uncomprimising custom builds by our team of experts.

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2014 Pivot Mach 6 Carbon

A thrilling, enduro-primed rocket that descends with abandon and cooperates on the climbs. The Mach 6's low-and-slack geometry proclaims its preference for embracing gravity's call, but its DW-Link suspension provides surprising efficiency for uphill efforts. And to perfect perfection, we built our Mach 6 up with a Reverb Stealth dropper, a full ENVE cockpit and wheels, and an XX1 drivetrain that pulls stopping power from XTR Trail brakes.

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Specs & Ratings

Head Tube Angle: 66 deg

Suspension Platform: DW-Link

Chainstay Length: 16.95 in

Rear Travel: 155 mm

Efficiency: 4/5

Maneuverability: 3/5

Stability: 5/5

Versatility: 3/5

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2014 Yeti Cycles SB-95 Carbon

A monster truck of a 29er that's most content when plowing over obstacles at high speeds. To validate this sentiment, Yeti's Switch Suspension provides a supportive platform that responds with gusto the harder that you push it. And for the icing on the cake, we've paired the SB-95 with a build that includes a full cockpit of lust-worthy Thomson components, including the new Thomson dropper, the accurate simplicity of SRAM X01, and the rolling precision of Industry Nine's Carbon Trail wheels.

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Specs & Ratings

Head Tube Angle: 68.5 deg

Suspension Platform: Switch Technology

Chainstay Length: 17.5 in

Rear Travel: 127 mm

Efficiency: 4/5

Maneuverability: 3/5

Stability: 5/5

Versatility: 4/5

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2014 Niner R.I.P. 9 RDO Carbon

A faultless choice for all-day rides that traverse every kind of trail, the R.I.P. 9 RDO's shorter wheelbase across the size range makes it one of the most maneuverable mid-travel 29ers on the market. Meanwhile, Niner's CVA suspension provides a firm pedaling platform. And to top it all off, we've added a Reverb Stealth dropper, a 34 TALAS up front, an X01 drivetrain, and XTR Trail brakes to our build to complement this bike's penchant for getting airborne.

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Specs & Ratings

Head Tube Angle: 70.5 deg

Suspension Platform: CVA

Chainstay Length: 17.7 in

Rear Travel: 125 mm

Efficiency: 5/5

Maneuverability: 4/5

Stability: 3/5

Versatility: 5/5

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2014 Merlin XLM 29 Titanium

Bringing the past to the present, the XLM is far from a throwback to yesteryear—it's a complete reinvention. To start, the 3-2.5 titanium tubing provides a smooth, responsive feel over nasty terrain, not to mention a feathery overall weight for added aid on the climbs. Furthering this, the mid-height bottom bracket was designed to tackle step-ups and technical climbs with ease. And to follow this skill set, we stocked the XLM with an XX1 drivetrain, XTR Trail brakes, a full Thomson cockpit, and the ultralight I9 Trail wheelset.

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Specs & Ratings

Head Tube Angle: 70 deg

Suspension Platform: Hardtail

Chainstay Length: 17.5 in

Rear Travel: 155 mm

Efficiency: 5/5

Maneuverability: 5/5

Stability: 2/5

Versatility: 3/5

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2014 Ibis Ripley

An evenhanded all-rounder with cross-country capability and trail bike manners, the Ripley's low bottom bracket inspires confidence in the corners, while 120mm of DW-Link suspension provide a stable platform over the rough stuff. And considering the spirit of the Ripley, we compiled an efficient, no-nonsense build kit, complete with a full Thomson cockpit, Mavic CrossMax SLR wheels, and a full XT groupset. Believe it or not, you'll be floating on air.

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Specs & Ratings

Head Tube Angle: 70 deg

Suspension Platform: DW-Link

Chainstay Length: 17.5 in

Rear Travel: 120 mm

Efficiency: 4/5

Maneuverability: 4/5

Stability: 3/5

Versatility: 4/5

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Ibis Mojo HDR 650B

The Mojo name is synonymous with versatility, and the 27.5'' wheel-equipped HDR 650B is no exception. With 130mm of DW-Link suspension and an ultra-stiff carbon construction, the Mojo HDR is a snappy climber and a smooth descender. It's perfect for active riders who make the most of trail features, and our build complements its eagerness to please. We stocked the Mojo with a SRAM X01 drivetrain, Shimano XTR brakes, a Reverb Stealth dropper, and ENVE rolling stock.

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Specs & Ratings

Head Tube Angle: 67.1 deg

Suspension Platform: DW-Link

Chainstay Length: 17.1 in

Rear Travel: 130 mm

Efficiency: 4/5

Maneuverability: 5/5

Stability: 3/5

Versatility: 4/5

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2014 Santa Cruz Bronson Carbon

Shred the A-Line, skip the lift line. The Bronson sets the standard for bikes that are able to navigate the gravity park but also put in loop after loop at your local singletrack system. We've paired it with a RockShox Pike, A Reverb Stealth dropper, and a full Easton Havoc 35 cockpit to enable your bat-out-of-hell descents.

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Specs & Ratings

Head Tube Angle: 67 deg

Suspension Platform: VPP

Chainstay Length: 17.3 in

Rear Travel: 150 mm

Efficiency: 3.5/5

Maneuverability: 4/5

Stability: 4/5

Versatility: 4/5

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