Living Link suspension may be the new kid on the block, but it can stand toe-to-toe with the best.
It may sound obvious, but we like bikes. We like Colorado, and we love supporting our neighbors. What better way to support your neighbors than riding a sweet steel or titanium hardtail from a local Golden bike brand like Spot? We can go out and ride our bike squishy full suspension aluminum and carbon fiber bikes, but at the end of the day, the true joy that comes from riding a silent belt-driven hardtail to the top of North Table just in time to catch the sunset and share a beer with your friends simply can't be beat.
While Spot offers a whole line-up of righteous steel and aluminum belt-driven commuter bikes, we're happy to bring you their more dirt-bound offerings. Bikes like their Rollik 557 Carbon, steel Rocker, and 'cross crushing Rallye have a particular sweet spot in our hearts. They recently launched their first ever full-suspension bike, the Rollik 557, which also happens to be their first carbon bike. Equipped with a one-of-a-kind proprietary leaf-spring linkage, this bike is a gluey climber, and a rowdy descender, it's truly a quiver killer. The Rocker returns from the ashes of the old Rocker, with updated geometry, Reynolds tubing, and a rip-roaring attitude on the trails.
Is 'cross more your beast? Check out their Rallye, built to be raced, commuted, or grind some gravel mile after unrelenting mile, Spot elected to use 7005 series aluminum because they know what condition 'crossers ride their bikes in, and chose to optimize this puppy for stiffness, responsiveness, and most of all - you'll never have to worry about your investment rusting from the inside-out.