The ultimate power-wheeling, bump-chewing sidekick is here.
The Santa Cruz Megatower is the fusion of big wheels and the biggest-hitting suspension system. It’s a modern day brawler, as suited to diehard racers as it is to riders wanting to conquer hometown trails.
Hyperformance Hardware are pleased to introduce to you the 2019 line up of young guns representing the Santa Cruz and Juliana bicycles. These characters are primed to represent this summer in the cross country, enduro and downhill disciplines. Find out who is in the line up and what they are up to this season.
The tin lizard has ascended the evolutionary ladder and is now a fully-imagined carbon fiber creature. It’s Darwinism in action.
Santa Cruz took the fun-loving, shreddy spirit and adjustability of the beloved aluminum Chameleon but evolved it into a lighter, faster, more advanced species. It’s a do-it-all hardtail that is as happy making the most of backyard booter (mis)adventures as it is fully-loaded with camp gear and a color-matched dangle mug.
Speaking of color-matched, the custom blue Hope hubs and headset on the SE kit make this reptile stand out from the crowd.
We’ve been saving this video for a heatwave. Damian Stones and Erik Hall completed a 6-day Nelson - Ghost Rd - Heaphy - Nelson adventure mid-winter last year on gravel bikes. Recent snowfalls and a first bike packing trip for Erik, made this journey all the more challenging.
Get into it, it’s got to be as good as a Kelly Tarlton penguin encounter for cooling you down on a hot day.
The most successful downhill bike of all time—now available in 27.5 and 29-inch. The New V10 is here.
At the 2017 World Cup season opener in Lourdes, Loris Vergier, Luca Shaw, and Greg Minnaar qualified 1, 3, and 6 aboard the ‘controversy machine’—a V10 with a new swingarm rolling on 29-inch wheels.
The clouds broke open before the top qualifiers, soaking the track, and the question of technological supremacy would have to wait…for five weeks, when Greg Minnaar climbed to the top step at Ft. William for the seventh time.
The greatest gifts aren’t bought, they’re built. That’s the story behind the new Ibis lightweight carbon 29" hardtail, the DV9.
Inspired by his high school XC racing daughter, Lili Heim, Ibis Co-Owner and CEO Hans Heim set out to build a bike that was versatile enough for her to race and shred, but affordable enough that she could pay for it with her summer job.
New Juliana bike(s) day…meet the New Roubion, and the Furtado. Radically redesigned into a lower-link mounted shock configuration, the Roubion has taken notes from the Strega’s spell-book. You could call the Roubion "all mountain" or "enduro". We just call it “capable of anything."
The New Bronson and 5010 are here! The Bronson’s versatility makes it the go-to choice for those seeking a skeleton key bike to unlock unfamiliar trails with ease. While the 5010 is the thrasher's all-terrain play machine, the most fun you can have on two off-road wheels.
We're stoked to be part of the Spring Challenge all women adventure race again this year as the official bike sponsor. We know you are out there in the cold training hard and we think you deserve a reward for that. We've put together a couple of super Juliana bike deals to brighten up those winter days.
The love child of a Ripley and the Mojo HD4, the all-new Ibis Ripmo is a big wheeled slasher that’s always down for another lap, whether that means a big climb or a tailgate pad. The Ripmo has already proven itself on the Enduro World Series with top ten finishes in the first three rounds.