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Epic Hard Tail ($2,200) 

The Epic hard tail is one of the lightest cross country hard tails ever. This bike has been engineered to have predictable handling, increased tire clearance and racing geometry, while still remaining comfortable. Featuring a FACT carbon frame, Rockshox air spring 100mm travel fork, dropper post compatible frame and high performing hydraulic disc brakes, the Epic HT is the perfect bike for hard-core mountain bikers and world class athletes alike. 

  • The Epic HT Comp also offers a higher quality fork and drivetrain with a lighter crankset for an even more lightweight and capable bike for only $600 more. 

  • The Epic HT Expert features a high performing SRAM Eagle drivetrain and RockShox SID brain fork, which keeps suspension firm on smooth terrain but instantly engages on rocky terrain. The expert increases ride quality and reduces weight for $4,500. 

  • The Epic HT Pro includes a Roval carbon wheels, SRAM AXS electronic shifting and carbon bars to maximize smoothness and minimize power loss, for $5,800. 

  • The S-works Epic HT is a world-class XC race bike, with a SRAM XX1 cassette, even lighter carbon wheels, and a top of the line RockShox SID Ultimate Brain fork, this the fastest cross country bike on the market, at $10,000


Epic (Expert $6,200)

The Epic is the most capable cross country bike ever. Featuring 100mm of travel in both front and rear, efficient power transfer, Sram Eagle group set and Roval carbon wheels, the Epic provides a stable, smooth ride while remaining lightweight. 

  • The Epic Pro upgrades you to SRAM AXS electronic shifting, with S-works carbon handlebars and seat post, at $8,200. 

  • The S-Works Epic features Sram XX1 cranks with a power meter, a Rockshox SID ultimate Brain shock in both front and rear, and a FACT 12 carbon frame for the lightest and smoothest riding XC bike ever, at $12,000. 


Epic EVO ($3,800)

The Epic EVO is built for the adventurous cross country rider, with the same climbing capabilities as the Epic HT, but with more capability on the downhills. Featuring an intuitive 1x drivetrain, 120mm of travel in the front, and 110mm in the rear the Epic EVO can take on any XC terrain with ease. Complete with the new flip-chip engineering, riders can steepen the head tube angle and raise the bottom bracket, this is the most stable and most capable XC bike ever. 

  • The Epic Evo Comp features a higher-quality group set, a Rockshox SID front fork,  and 4 piston calliber hydraulic disc brakes, the Comp is even higher performing at $4,400. 

  • The Epic EVO Expert features Roval carbon wheels and a SRAM Eagle groupset, at $6,300. 

  • The Epic EVO Pro features FOX float suspension in both front and rear, a FOX dropper seatpost and carbon handlebars for an even lighter bike that delivers a supple ride for $8,800. 

  • The S-Works Epic EVO features a RockShox reverb seat post, a SRAM XX1 group-set and RockShox SID Ultimate suspension in both front and rear for the lightest most capable ride ever, at $12,300. 

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