$1,299.00 - $3,699.00
This is a Race-Ready hardtail machine designed for modern cross country, trail cross over. Head angle adjustability from 71 degrees to 69.5 degrees with AngleSet, dropper-post compatibility, and boost spacing for a dual wheel-size platform (27.5 x 3.0 or 29 x 2.4) means the Jersey Devil can set up for aggressive trail riding one day and all -out endurance events the next. The lightweight carbon frame has an all-rounder geometry, agile handling properties and makes climbs feel a little less steep. The end result is a bike designed so you can get your kick on your fave trails, or so you can kick butts at your fave races.
An aluminum hardtail with the DNA of a trail bike. If a cross-country race bike met a rugged trail bike in the woods, their love child might look a lot like our AIR 9 aluminum hardtail. This bike blends the agility and efficiency of a pedal-friendly XC bike with the versatility, toughness, and capability of a rowdy trail rig. Build it your way with the AIR 9 frame-only option. The aluminum frame is ready for the best parts you can hang on it. Nearly any drivetrain you can imagine is within reach, and Boost hub spacing gives you freedom for all the wheel and tire options you could want. - 6061 Aluminum, can fit 29x2.4" or 27.5x3.0" tires - Seatpost size 30.9 (34.9 seat collar) - BioCentric 30 compatible - 73mm PF30 BB shell
Our flagship carbon fiber hardtail: AIR 9 RDO. Niner's purest expression of light, stiff Race Day Optimized carbon fiber rules the racecourse. This efficient yet compliant frame makes the most of carbon's unique properties to give you the best ride, no matter if you're gunning for a podium or cruising local singletrack.
Looking for a bike that ratchets up the fun factor but doesn't bite back when there's work to be done? Our playful JET 9 RDO is the ticket. With Niner's [R]evolution geometry and 120mm of suspension travel, you'll float up technical climbs, blast downhills, and fly smoothly over everything else. Build it your way with the JET 9 RDO frame-only option. RDO carbon fiber keeps the platform light and stiff, Full Sleeve internal cable routing makes it easy to build, and Boost hub spacing gives you freedom for all the wheel and tire options you could want.
Our trail-taming RIP 9 RDO is available with 27.5 wheels. All the classic capability of our flagship 140mm travel trail bike, with an added dose of agility and playfulness. Build it your way with the RIP 9 RDO frame-only option. Includes FOX Float DPX2 Factory EVOL rear shock. RDO carbon fiber keeps the platform light and stiff, Full Sleeve internal cable routing makes it easy to build, and Boost hub spacing gives you freedom for all the wheel and tire options you could want. - Includes FOX Float DPX2 Factory EVOL rear shock - Seatpost size 30.9 (34.9 seat collar) - Fox Live Valve and Shimano Di2 compatible - 73mm threaded BB; 1x single chainring only
Our do-it-all carbon fiber 29er trail bike hits the sweet spot with 140mm of consistent, controlled CVA suspension, adjustable geometry, and increased frame stiffness. Plus it's got standover for 170mm dropper posts, long reach, and a short head tube. Build it your way with the RIP 9 RDO frame-only option. Includes FOX Float DPX2 Factory EVOL rear shock. RDO carbon fiber keeps the platform light and stiff, Full Sleeve internal cable routing makes it easy to build, and Boost hub spacing gives you freedom for all the wheel and tire options you could want. - Includes FOX Float DPX2 Factory EVOL rear shock - Seatpost size 30.9 (34.9 seat collar) - Fox Live Valve and Shimano Di2 compatible - 73mm threaded BB; 1x single chainring only
This RKT 9 RDO is more versatile with a stout 120mm suspension fork and slightly slacker geometry. It's a pedal-friendly bike that's not afraid to get rowdy. With 90mm of efficient CVA rear suspension, you'll be quickest to the top of the climbs, yet pay no penalty going down. - Niner RDO carbon fiber, can fit 29x2.3" tires - Seatpost size 30.9 (34.9 seat collar) - Compatible with multiple drivetrain options - Integrated Niner SHIS IS42/28.6/IS52/40 headset - 73mm PF30 BB shell
SIR 9: rugged, reliable, comfortable Reynolds 853 steel. There's a new bike in town. It's built to last and not let you down. When you're spinning up the steeps, bombing down the backcountry, and grinding out the final miles as the sun sinks into the horizon, you need a bike you can trust. A comfortable, capable, hand-built bike made from proven, air-hardened, heat-treated steel. That's right, steel. Because Steel Is Real and it's fully optimized in the SIR 9.
Extra travel, extra fun. From rowdy enduro runs to backcountry missions on steep, chunky singletrack, this new composite 29er builds on the Trance 29 platform with beefed up suspension and adjustable frame geometry. This new member of the Trance family is designed with a longer travel suspension setup for added control on the most challenging trails. The full composite frame is engineered for 135mm of rear travel and 150mm up front. The Maestro rear suspension has a two-stage adjustable Advanced Forged Composite rocker arm with a trunnion-mount shock. The flip-chip equipped rocker arm lets you adjust frame geometry for your own riding style and terrain. To fine tune the ride, you can choose a steeper or slacker headtube angle (66.2 or 65.5 degrees) and seattube angle (77.9 or 77.2 degrees), which results in either a 30mm or 40mm bottom bracket drop. And it's all built around 29-inch wheels for added stability on rugged terrain. 29er confidence and control Optimized Maestro suspension for 29-inch wheels with 135mm rear/150mm front travel to roll over rough terrain with balance and stability, giving you more momentum for technical climbs and the confidence to fly on fast, rugged singletrack descents. Added clearance for up to 2.5-inch tires. Full Composite Construction Mainframe and rear swingarm are engineered with proprietary material featuring high-performance carbon fiber and resin. Handcrafted monocoque construction makes it lightweight, stiff and compliant. Adjustable frame geometry Flip chip lets you change the headtube and seattube angles, along with the bottom bracket height, to fine-tune the handling. You can choose the low position (65.5/77.2 head/seattube angle and 40mm BB drop) for faster, open terrain or high (66.2/77.9 head/seattube angle and 30mm drop) for slower, tighter singletrack.
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