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KHS SixFifty 6700
$6,069.00
Ride the trail with precision, confidence, and speed on KHS's SixFifty 6700. Its stiff, lightweight MSD/MLS full carbon frame is equipped with 150mm of travel engineered with a Fox Factory Float DPS shock out back and a Fox Factory 34 Float fork soaking up another 150mm of terrain in front. It rolls on a formidable 27.5-inch DT M1700 Spline wheelset that delivers lightweight all-trail dominance while it lives up to the impressive dirt-hugging precedent set by its counterpart: a pair of tenacious Maxxis High Roller II tires. You’ll get up to speed and stay there with the streamlined SRAM XO1 11-speed drivetrain, and when it's time to head downhill with control, SRAM Guide hydraulic disc brakes deliver reliable stopping power. The KS dropper post ensures your saddle is exactly where you need it all the time, and the WTB and Q2 components add to the high-quality build of this trail conquering machine.
KHS Team 29 FS
$5,099.00
The KHS Team 29 FS puts you one step closer to the podium thanks to a light and stiff MSD carbon frame featuring 100mm of rear travel paired with a 100mm Fox Float 32 fork. Mavic Crossmax Light 29-inch wheels back the frame's responsiveness with great rollover capability and speed, while Shimano hydraulic disc brakes offer precise control through the corners. Shimano's legendary XT 1 x 11 drivetrain keeps you on the gas with quick and smooth shifting. This race-ready build puts you comfortably in command with a Q2 carbon seatpost, Wren carbon handlebar, and a WTB SL8 Pro saddle.
KHS Team 29 FS
$4,899.00
The KHS Team 29 FS puts you one step closer to the podium thanks to a light and stiff MSD carbon frame featuring 100mm of rear travel paired with a 100mm Fox Float 32 SC fork. DT Swiss 29-inch wheels back the frame's responsiveness with great rollover capability and acceleration, while Shimano hydraulic disc brakes offer precise control through the corners. Shimano's legendary XT 1x11 drivetrain keeps you on the gas with quick and smooth shifting. This race-ready build is topped with a Q2 carbon seatpost, Wren carbon handlebar, and a WTB SL8 Pro saddle.
KHS SixFifty 6600
$4,599.00
Trail-blasting and envy-inspiring are just a few of the things you could say to describe KHS's SixFifty 6600. Its stiff and lightweight MSD/MLS full carbon frame is equipped with 150mm of travel engineered with a RockShox Monarch RT3 shock out back and a RockShox Pike RCT3 soaking up another 150mm of terrain in front. It rolls on double-wall, 27.5-inch WTB STP-i25 rims that deliver lightweight all-trail dominance while an impressive, dirt-hugging precedent is set by a pair of tenacious Maxxis High Roller II tires. You’ll get up to speed and stay there with the streamlined SRAM GX1 11-speed drivetrain, and when it's time to hit the brakes, Shimano hydraulics deliver reliable stopping power. The KS dropper post ensures your saddle is exactly where you need it all the time, and the WTB and Kore components add to the high-quality build of this trail conquering machine.
KHS SixFifty 6600+
$4,419.00
The KHS SixFifty 6600+ is a capable machine designed around modern technical trails. It features a full carbon frame with internal cable routing, 150mm of plush rear suspension, and a burly Fox Float 36 fork to tackle everything from big-mountain enduro to rowdy backcountry exploration. Integrated armor in the downtube protects against kicked-up rocks, and a metal plate on the driveside chainstay guards against chainslap. Tubeless-ready WTB Scraper i35 rims paired with Kenda Nevegal 2 27.5 x 2.6-inch tires deliver striking traction across a variety of terrain, and Shimano hydraulic disc brakes put loads of power in your fingertips for precise control on technical descents. A 1 x 11 drivetrain with Shimano XT rear derailleur employs a wide gear range in a compact package with tenacious chain retention so you don't have to worry about dropping a chain in the rough stuff. And, a KS eTENi dropper post puts you in the best stance for speed or efficiency with a quick flip of the handlebar-mounted lever.
KHS SixFifty 6600+
$4,299.00
You get one bike to rule them all with the trail-taming SixFifty 6600. It features a full carbon frame with internal cable routing, 150mm of plush Fox Float rear suspension, and a responsive and stiff 160mm Fox Float 36 fork to tackle everything from big-mountain enduro to rowdy backcountry exploration. Tubeless-ready WTB Scraper i35 rims paired with Maxxis Rekon 27.5 x 2.8-inch tires deliver striking traction across a variety of terrain, and Shimano hydraulic disc brakes put loads of power in your fingertips for precise control on technical descents. A 1 x 11 drivetrain with Shimano SLX shifting employs a wide gear range in a compact package with tenacious chain retention so you don't have to worry about dropping a chain in the rough stuff, and a Kind Shock E30i dropper post puts you in the best stance for speed with a quick flip of the handlebar-mounted lever.
KHS Prescott
$4,199.00
Take to the trails and revel in the big-wheel bliss of KHS's Prescott. This racy carbon 29er steed boasts the efficient ride of a 4-bar linkage and 100mm of RockShox suspension front and rear to maximize your traction and control. A 2x10 drivetrain from Shimano keeps you in the right gear on any terrain and fast-rolling American Classic wheels with WTB tires scamper up the steepest climbs and track confidently through corners. Of course, you'll need powerful brakes, so Shimano provides their sleek SLX discs to keep your speed in check and TruVativ keeps the bar and stem light and strong.
KHS Prescott
$3,999.00
The Prescott's full carbon frame encourages quick cross-country rides that keep you ahead of the pack. With 100mm of front and rear travel controlled by an X-Fusion O2 Pro shock and Fox Float 32 Evol fork, you can count on predictable bump absorption so you can focus on the trail ahead. Prescott rolls on tubeless-ready WTB rims with 29 x 2.2-inch Kenda Honey Badger tires and is powered by a wide-range 1 x 11 drivetrain for lightweight pedaling efficiency. Shimano hydraulic disc brakes keep you in control with minimal effort, and a Kore XCD bar and stem combo paired to a Q2 carbon seatpost keep you and the bike moving as one.
KHS SixFifty 7500
$3,899.00
The SixFifty 7500 features a double-butted alloy frame with 160mm of travel for steamrolling rock gardens and getting rad in the bike park. Front and rear suspension are controlled by a Fox Float 36 fork and Fox Float DPX2 shock. The 27.5-inch WTB tubeless-ready wheelset paired to meaty Kenda Hellkat tires let you carve through the loose and chunky with confidence. Shimano's XT/SLX 11-speed drivetrain shifts smoothly to keep you in the flow, and you can count on Shimano hydraulic disc brakes to put down ample stopping power when you need it most. An oversize Kore handlebar and stem combo, KS LEV DX Integra suspension dropper post, and WTB High Tail saddle round out this build.
KHS SixFifty 7500
$3,879.00
When the reason to pedal uphill is to find the sweetest line back down, KHS's SixFifty 7500 is your go-to whip. The custom formed/double butted aluminum frame delivers 160mm of travel engineered with a RockShox Monarch RT3 shock out back and a RockShox Pike RCT3 soaking up another 160mm of terrain in front. A chunder-floating platform like this makes proper use of its double-wall, WTB STP i25 rims mated with dirt-loving Maxxis High Roller II tires, so you can send it and know you'll hook up with ease. A streamlined SRAM GX 11-speed drivetrain makes sure you have the gear you need to get to the top and lets you gas it on the way down, just in case gravity isn’t strong enough for you. The KS dropper post ensures your saddle is exactly where you need it all the time, and the workhorse SRAM Level hydraulic disc brakes will get you prepped for the off-cambers when you’re coming in hot.
KHS Sixfifty 7500
$3,799.00
The SixFifty 7500 features a double-butted alloy frame with 160mm of travel for steamrolling rock gardens and getting rad in the bike park. Front and rear suspension are controlled by a Fox Float 36 fork and Fox Float DPS shock, and a 27.5-inch WTB tubeless-ready wheelset paired to meaty Maxxis High Roller II tires let you carve through the loose and chunky with confidence. Shimano's SLX 11-speed drivetrain shifts smoothly to keep you in the flow, and you can count on Shimano hydraulic disc brakes to put down ample stopping power when you need it most. An oversize Kore handlebar and stem combo, Kind Shock Lev DX Integra dropper post, and WTB High Tail saddle top this build.
KHS SixFifty 6500+
$3,299.00
You get one bike to rule them all with the trail-taming SixFifty 6500+. It features a custom formed aluminum frame with 140mm of plush rear suspension, and a responsive and stiff 140mm Manitou Mattoc Comp fork to tackle everything from big-mountain enduro to rowdy backcountry exploration. Tubeless-ready WTB Scraper i35 rims paired with Maxxis Rekon 27.5 x 2.8-inch tires deliver striking traction across a variety of terrain, and Shimano hydraulic disc brakes put loads of power in your fingertips for precise control on technical descents. A 1 x 11 drivetrain with Shimano XT rear derailleur employs a wide gear range in a compact package with tenacious chain retention so you don't have to worry about dropping a chain in the rough stuff, and a KS E30i dropper post puts you in the best stance for speed with a quick flip of the handlebar-mounted lever.
KHS Flagstaff
$2,799.00
When you're planning your next epic weekend with your buddies, be sure to include KHS's Flagstaff in those plans. Its highly formed aluminum frame employs a RockShox Monarch RL shock teamed up with a RockShox Recon Gold TK fork to deliver 120mm of plush suspension front and rear, soaking up what the trail throws at you. The high-stepping, 29-inch WTB STP i19 rims rip around on Maxxis Ikon tires that keep you locked onto the trail while rolling over obstacles like they aren’t even there. Crank up the SRAM GX 2 x 11-speed drivetrain for pedaling efficiency in all types of terrain and super-fast shifting action. And, when the trail gets vertical, you can rely on powerful Shimano hydraulic disc brakes to dial it in and keep you rolling rubber side up.
KHS SixFifty 5500
$2,349.00
Take your trail-taming abilities to the next level with the SixFifty 5500. It features a custom-formed aluminum frame with 140mm of plush rear suspension and a 150mm SR Aion fork with 34mm stanchions for responsive, predictable handling. Tubeless-ready WTB STB i25 rims paired with Kenda Nevegal 27.5 x 2.4-inch tires combine trail-gripping traction with fast-rolling action, while the powerful Shimano hydraulic disc brakes offer precise speed control so you can rail it on the descents. A 1 x 11 drivetrain with Shimano SLX shifting employs a wide gear range in a compact package with tenacious chain retention so you don't have to worry about dropping a chain in the rough stuff, and a KS eTEN dropper post puts you in the best stance for speed with a quick flip of the handlebar-mounted lever.
KHS SixFifty 3500
$2,199.00
The SixFifty 3500 features a double-butted alloy frame with 120mm of travel for fun rides on everything from buffed singletrack to technical trails that challenge your balance and stamina. Front and rear suspension are controlled by an RST First fork and X-Fusion O2 Pro shock, and a 27.5-inch WTB tubeless-ready wheelset paired to Maxxis Ardent tires keeps you on track thanks to nimble handling and excellent traction. Shimano's SLX 11-speed drivetrain shifts smoothly to keep you in the flow, and you can count on Shimano hydraulic disc brakes to put down ample stopping power when you need it most. A Kore XCD handlebar and stem combo and WTB Volt Sport saddle top this build.
KHS XC 24
$1,699.00
When your kiddo is serious about keeping up with the bigger kids (or schooling you on the trails), it's time for KHS's XC 24. It's lightweight 6061-alloy frame has 100mm of travel front and rear, powered by an an RST fork and an X-Fusion rear shock. The 24-inch double-wall alloy rims, wrapped in trail-grabbing Maxxis tires, are sized just right for smaller riders. The streamlined 11-speed SRAM NX drivetrain will have them beating you up the climb, while Tektro hydraulic disc brakes scrub speed reliably on the way down.
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