The Haka is a statement. A war cry. A challenge. Always to be performed alongside one's Tribe before battle. All black is the color, no other. Tribe Bicycle Co.'s Haka was inspired by the Maori people of New Zealand as well as its national rugby team, the All Blacks. Both perform the tribal dance as a ritual before combat. True to it's roots they've decked out the Haka in all matte black for a seriously badass ride. It's time to dance with the devil.
Sometimes small wheels just don’t cut it anymore. The Divide 700c is a big-wheeled urban shredding machine. Takes your BMX roots and apply them to bigger wheels — a bike that'll take you from A to B with speed and style. Plus, you'll have a ton of fun on the way. - 1020 Hi-Ten steel frame with Chromoly downtube and seat tube - Radio Divide Chromoly fork - Radio Divide alloy hydroformed bars
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There's just something about riding instead of driving. You see more, hear more, experience more. Yet, you don't have to be a city-dweller to enjoy Trek's 9th District. Its lightweight Alpha Gold aluminum frame is easy to maneuver on tight, crowded city streets as well as on country side roads. It feels almost effortless to pedal. It's got a free-wheeling drivetrain that rocks nine speeds and a chain guard, so your dress pants stay clean and neat on the ride in. Front and rear brakes let you mirror the ebb and flow of the world around you and the saddle is comfy for those longer weekend rides.
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