Mountain Bike Clearance Sale!!

Take a look at some of these. The Freewheel is clearing out old mountain bike stock. Pending size and riding style, you might be lucky enough to roll out with one! All bikes are eligible for a full year of free adjustment maintenance and all warranties are valid from the date of purchase.
***Sale prices are subject to availability. Call us at 415-643-9213 to confirm whether or not the model you are interested in is in stock***

Commencal Meta 5.5 2010 Large Was: $3400 Now: $2300

Commencal does a great job with aggressive mountain bikes. The Meta 5.5’s super stiff swing arm design helps create a fast-climbing all mountain bike that will have you begging for more and probably integrating phrases such as ‘apres velo’ and ‘ta bicyclette est un bicyclette délabrée!’ into your vocabulary.

Giant Reign 2 2010 Large SOLD

A relative gazelle as far as all-mountain bikes are concerned. Six inches of suspension in the rear, 150mm of travel up front and an aggressive head tube angle make the Reign a formidable bike for the trails that demand speed and the ability to take a hit. An ideal trail would be Braille in the Soquel Demonstration Forest.

Giant Glory 1 2008 Small SOLD

A truly heavy-duty all mountain bike. Borderline downhill. Highly specialized for intense riding. The fact that it has a drive train seems almost superfluous, you shouldn’t be trying to ride up anything with this one. Unless you’re hucking 30 foot drops, this thing will handle anything you throw at it. Ideal trails would be found at Pacifica or just take the beast to Tahoe.

Giant Trance 2 2007 Large SOLD

Trance 2 2007 Large SOLD

The Trance is capable of several types of riding but is most suited to cross-country single track. It’s one of earlier models with the anti-brake jack maestro rear suspension that would set the standard for later models. It’s fast and capable of handling technical climbs and descents with confidence.

Giant Reign X2 2010 Medium SOLD

Nearly seven inches of travel on coiled suspension. 160mm of travel in the front and a very aggressive headtube angle act as an insurance measure against eating dirt. Truly a heavy duty all mountain bike. A blast to ride provided you don’t need to do an excessive amount of climbing. Ideal trails would be around Pacifica or UC Santa Cruz (although the latter is illegal).

Giant Trance X3 2009 Medium SOLD

Lighter duty than the Reign, the Trance X is classified as a trail bike. Somewhere between cross country and all mountain, the Trance X is a great compromise for those of us who know we’ll be riding several different types of trail and can’t afford a shed full of bikes. Five inches of travel and 120mm of suspension up front, the Trance X is capable of taking bigger drops but can still climb and sustain longer rolling trails. Ideal trails would be Braille or Sawpit in the Soquel Demonstration Forest.

Giant XTC 29er 1 2010 Medium SOLD

An excellent hardtail. Rear suspension plays two roles: taking big hits and stabilizing the rider. The 29″ wheels give the rider a lower angle of attack when rolling over obstacles and thus substitute the secondary role of rear suspension to a notable degree. The stiff frame aids in climbing and an increased contact patch helps on turns and in wet conditions. All of this gives you a formidable speed machine. Ideal trails in the area would be Skeggs Point, Joaquin Miller Forest Park, or for a quick morning ride, Mt. Sutro.

Giant Trance X3 2010 Large SOLD

Lighter duty than the Reign, the Trance X is classified as a trail bike. Somewhere between cross country and all mountain, the Trance X is a great compromise for those of us who know we’ll be riding several different types of trail and can’t afford a shed full of bikes. Five inches of travel and 120mm of suspension up front, the Trance X is capable of taking bigger drops but can still climb and sustain longer rolling trails. Ideal trails would be Braille or Sawpit in the Soquel Demonstration Forest.

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