Norco's new Optic trail bike in a sleek grey color scheme.
Version 2.0 of Fezzari's Timp Peak gets a lower bottom bracket height to go along with an updated rocker link and internal cable routing design. As shown, the bike will retail for $5,899 USD from the Utah-based consumer direct company..
Kona's Operator 27.5 is still a few months away from being available to the public, but when it arrives it will have 196mm of travel, a 63-degree head angle, and a clever keyed through-axle design.
Transition athlete Alex McAndrew's TR500.
Shimano chose Pivot's Mach 6 to showcase their new XT Di2 gruppo.
Open's One+ lightweight carbon hardtail is intended for cross-country riding, but it has clearance for either a 29 x 2.4 or 27.5 x 3.0 tire to help take the edge of of rough trails.
Commencal's Meta AM in a new black and purple color scheme.
Dave Cullinan's Santa Cruz Hightower, complete with hand painted pinstripes.
It was hard to miss Foes' Alpine Plus bike and its fluorescent yellow paint job. It's designed around 27.5+ wheels, and two shock positions allows it to be set up with either 5 or 5.5 inches of travel.
This Nukeproof Mega 290 had a custom build kit that included DVO's Topaz shock and Diamond fork, and not-quite color matched brake calipers and levers from Hope.
Who says kids need to suffer on heavy, underperforming bikes? Spawn Cycles has their full suspension Rokkusuta coming soon in 20-inch and 24-inch versions - this model was even outfitted with pint-sized Chromag flat pedals.
The latest iteration of the Mongoose Boot'r uses a Horst Linke layout for its 210mm of rear travel, rolls on 27.5" wheels, and retails for $2,699 USD.
Another bright orange bike, this one in the form of Ibis' Ripley.
The Redpoint is a new bike for Salsa, with 150mm of rear travel delivered via a Split Pivot suspension design. There will be two carbon-framed options, and one aluminum.
Patrol's 160mm 671.
A custom painted Intense Tracer 275C.
YT's new Jeffsy 140mm 29er.
Well that's...ummm....different looking.
GT had their athletes' bikes on display, including Rachel Throop's Force Expert race bike.
Santa Cruz's silvery V10.
Whyte is a well known brand in the UK, and are now their working on making their presence known in the United States.