Investing in a well made mountain bike is like upgrading to a nice pair of leather boots, you will immediately notice a major improvement in comfort and durability. Now you can do it all and buy a high-end mountain bike (like this one Pivot), or you can opt for a mid-tier option that will still give you superior performance while saving a few bucks (the only difference is that you’ll forego some luxury features).
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Unless you’re a hardcore rider, the mid-level option will be your best bet (think a few thousand dollars). By opting for this option, you will get the highest return in terms of performance for the money you pay. What’s even better is when mid-level ATV models go on sale. Take for example this trusted driver Ibis Ripley GX Eagle Air (25% discount). Right now you can score this double-suspended bad boy for way more $900 off thanks to Outback Summer Sale!
Normally $4,557, you can get the Ripley AF GX Eagle Air for a rare $3,417.75 in Red Jade. The GX Eagle Air is made with a noble aluminum frame and features 147mm of rear travel with dual-link suspension. Other features include 35mm internal rims and premium Maxxis Assegai 2.5” rubber tires.
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While Backcountry is currently doing business on tons of mountain bikes, the Ibis brand has stood out the most (1) because it offers some of the deepest discounts and (2) it has several Gear Head Picks from Backcountry, which means the brand has been field tested by experts. You’ll find this bike to be a great mid-range choice for riders looking for a quick upgrade or wanting to add a second bike to their arsenal.
Whatever your skill level, this offer is way too good to miss. Off-piste offers free standard delivery no more $50 orders, so we’re almost talking $1000 savings when that deal is all said and done! Just make sure you get this bike now before it’s too late. They are selling like hotcakes!
John Thompson is the Equipment and Trade Editor at Men’s Health, where he covers fashion, grooming, equipment and technology. He was previously style and gear editor at BroBible.comand a business writer for LeManuel.com. His interests include buying rare vintage clothing and following his favorite baseball team, the Kansas City Royals.