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Intense Cycles Primer Factory
$9,499.00
Intense's Primer delivers all the benefits of a twenty-niner with the responsiveness of a two seven five. The Primer's dialed geometry and 115mm-130mm of adjustable travel come together to create a magical ride that's part XC rocket, part aggressive trail bike, and a whole lot of fun ripping across miles of singletrack. Intense founder Jeff Steber tweaked the VPP suspension design for sure-footed stability when it's time to drop the hammer. The Primer adheres to modern rider preference with a longer front center, short chainstays, slack head angle, and steeper seat tube, providing a little more room in the cockpit and tons of control for blasting through rough sections of trail. These slight changes to frame design, combined with Boost axle spacing, allow for the use of wider tires and more lateral stiffness—two improvements that'll help you rail tight turns and clean technical lines like never before. The Primer Factory Build starts off right with Fox Factory suspension components for the ultimate in custom tuning options. The Factory 34 Float fork is stiff and light, and the Factory Float SV EVOL shock has an extra large canister to eliminate stiction and tame big hits. SRAM XX1 Eagle provides premium stop-and-go bits, giving you the extended range you need to set records on every ride and keep overall weight fabulously light.
Intense Cycles Recluse Factory
$9,499.00
For all of you who hide behind your screens watching bike videos on YouTube, Intense Cycles went ahead and built you the Recluse Factory, with 140mm of ultra-plush Fox Float X2 Factory rear suspension, light and burly 27.5-inch Mavic carbon wheels, and a playful 66-degree head angle. Now what could you do with this rad carbon bike? Well, first, you could ride it like you stole it, charging through chunder like a boss as you whip your way down flowing, twisting singletrack. Another option would be to set up a shuttle ride with some friends so you can take full advantage of the Recluse's optimized geometry, and shred downhill lines with supreme confidence thanks to the 150mm Fox 36 Float Factory fork, RockShox Reverb Stealth dropper post, roomy cockpit, and short chainstays. Or instead of hiding behind a screen, you could saddle up this all-mountain pony — with its quick-shifting 11-speed drivetrain from SRAM and Race Face — to hide in the backcountry, knowing you have a bike that can take on anything an all-day epic can throw at you. So suit up, jump on, and get out there, kid. Your days of hiding away indoors are over.
Intense Cycles Recluse Elite
$7,899.00
For all of you who hide behind your screens watching bike videos on YouTube, Intense Cycles went ahead and built you the Recluse Elite, with 140mm of ultra-plush Fox Float X2 Performance rear suspension, stout 27.5-inch Intense carbon wheels, and a playful 66-degree head angle. Now what could you do with this rad carbon bike? Well, first, you could ride it like you stole it, charging through chunder like a boss as you whip your way down flowing, twisting singletrack. Another option would be to set up a shuttle ride with some friends so you can take full advantage of the Recluse's optimized geometry, and shred downhill lines with supreme confidence thanks to the 150mm Fox 36 Float Performance fork, RockShox Reverb Stealth dropper post, roomy cockpit, and short chainstays. Or instead of hiding behind a screen, you could saddle up this all-mountain pony — with its smooth-shifting 11-speed drivetrain from SRAM and Race Face — to hide in the backcountry, knowing you have a bike that can take on anything an all-day epic can throw at you. So suit up, jump on, and get out there, kid. Your days of hiding away indoors are over.
Intense Cycles Primer Pro
$6,999.00
Intense's Primer delivers all the benefits of a twenty-niner with the responsiveness of a two seven five. The Primer's dialed geometry and 115mm-130mm of adjustable travel come together to create a magical ride that's part XC rocket, part aggressive trail bike, and a whole lot of fun ripping across miles of singletrack. Intense founder Jeff Steber tweaked the VPP suspension design to ensure sure-footed stability when it's time to drop the hammer. The Primer adheres to modern rider preference with a longer front center, short chainstays, slack head angle, and steeper seat tube, providing a little more room in the cockpit and tons of control for blasting through rough sections of trail. These slight changes to frame design, combined with Boost axle spacing, allow for the use of wider tires and more lateral stiffness—two improvements that'll help you rail tight turns and clean technical lines like never before. The Primer Pro Build jumps right into SRAM Eagle territory with an X01 Eagle shifter, rear derailleur, crankset, and cassette for positive engagement and a wide range of gearing in a lightweight package; and, the mighty Fox Performance Elite 34 Float fork and Performance Elite Float shock provide increased confidence and control when you need it most.
Intense Cycles Recluse Pro
$6,999.00
For all of you who hide behind your screens watching bike videos on YouTube, Intense Cycles went ahead and built you the Recluse Pro, with 140mm of ultra-plush Fox Float X2 Performance rear suspension, durable 27.5-inch Mavic wheels, and a playful 66-degree head angle. Now what could you do with this rad carbon bike? Well, first, you could ride it like you stole it, charging through chunder like a boss as you whip your way down flowing, twisting singletrack. Another option would be to set up a shuttle ride with some friends so you can take full advantage of the Recluse's optimized geometry, and shred downhill lines with supreme confidence thanks to the 150mm Fox 36 Float Performance fork, RockShox Reverb Stealth dropper post, roomy cockpit, and short chainstays. Or instead of hiding behind a screen, you could saddle up this all-mountain pony — with its smooth-shifting 11-speed drivetrain from SRAM and Race Face — to hide in the backcountry, knowing you have a bike that can take on anything an all-day epic can throw at you. So suit up, jump on, and get out there, kid. Your days of hiding away indoors are over.
Intense Cycles Primer Expert
$5,899.00
Intense's Primer delivers all the benefits of a twenty-niner with the responsiveness of a two seven five. The Primer's dialed geometry and 115mm-130mm of adjustable travel come together to create a magical ride that's part XC rocket, part aggressive trail bike, and a whole lot of fun ripping across miles of singletrack. Intense founder Jeff Steber tweaked the VPP suspension design to ensure sure-footed stability when it's time to drop the hammer. The Primer adheres to modern rider preference with a longer front center, short chainstays, slack head angle, and steeper seat tube, providing more room in the cockpit and tons of control for blasting through rough sections of trail. These slight changes to frame design, combined with Boost axle spacing, allow for the use of wider tires and more lateral stiffness—two improvements that'll help you rail tight turns and clean technical lines like never before. The Primer Expert Build gives you a solid mix of components, like Shimano's trusted XT brakes and transmission, for no-nonsense performance you can count on. Paired with the lauded suppleness of RockShox' Pike RC fork and Monarch RC3 Debonair shock, this Primer is ready to rock right out the door.
Intense Cycles Recluse Expert
$5,899.00
For all of you who hide behind your screens watching bike videos on YouTube, Intense Cycles went ahead and built you the Recluse Expert, with 140mm of trail taming RockShox Monarch Plus RC3 suspension, tough 27.5-inch DT Swiss wheels, and a playful 66-degree head angle. Now what could you do with this rad carbon bike? Well, first, you could ride it like you stole it, charging through chunder like a boss as you whip your way down flowing, twisting singletrack. Another option would be to set up a shuttle ride with some friends so you can take full advantage of the Recluse's optimized geometry, and shred downhill lines with supreme confidence thanks to the 150mm RockShox Pike RC fork, Reverb Stealth dropper post, roomy cockpit, and short chainstays. Or instead of hiding behind a screen, you could saddle up this all-mountain pony — with its dependable 11-speed drivetrain from Shimano and Race Face — to hide in the backcountry, knowing you have a bike that can take on anything an all-day epic can throw at you. So suit up, jump on, and get out there, kid. Your days of hiding away indoors are over.
Intense Cycles Primer Foundation
$4,599.00
Intense's Primer delivers all the benefits of a twenty-niner with the responsiveness of a two seven five. The Primer's dialed geometry and 115mm-130mm of adjustable travel come together to create a magical ride that's part XC rocket, part aggressive trail bike, and a whole lot of fun ripping across miles of singletrack. Intense founder Jeff Steber tweaked the VPP suspension design to ensure sure-footed stability when it's time to drop the hammer. The Primer adheres to modern rider preference with a longer front center, short chainstays, slack head angle, and steeper seat tube, providing a little more room in the cockpit and tons of control for blasting through rough sections of trail. These slight changes to frame design, combined with Boost axle spacing, allow for the use of wider tires and more lateral stiffness—two improvements that'll help you rail tight turns and clean technical lines like never before. The Primer Foundation Build makes jumping into the world of carbon-framed trail bikes a little less intimidating with a smart mix of parts and components. The SRAM NX/GX 1x drivetrain paired with the solid-performing Race Face Aeffect crankset provide efficient power transmission, and the lauded RockShox Pike RC fork and Monarch R Debonair shock combo offer performance capabilities you'll love.
Intense Cycles Recluse Foundation
$4,599.00
For all of you who hide behind your screens watching bike videos on YouTube, Intense Cycles went ahead and built you the Recluse Foundation, with 140mm of trail-taming RockShox Monarch Plus R suspension, tubeless-ready 27.5-inch DT Swiss wheels, and a playful 66-degree head angle. Now what could you do with this rad carbon bike? Well, first, you could ride it like you stole it, charging through chunder like a boss as you whip your way down flowing, twisting singletrack. Another option would be to set up a shuttle ride with some friends so you can take full advantage of the Recluse's optimized geometry, and shred downhill lines with supreme confidence thanks to the 150mm RockShox Pike RC fork, Reverb Stealth dropper post, roomy cockpit, and short chainstays. Or instead of hiding behind a screen, you could saddle up this all-mountain pony — with its dependable 11-speed drivetrain from SRAM and Race Face — to hide in the backcountry, knowing you have a bike that can take on anything an all-day epic can throw at you. So suit up, jump on, and get out there, kid. Your days of hiding away indoors are over.
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