Bike Brands

 We are an authorized dealer for Devinci, Ibis, Rocky Mountain, Giant, Liv, Alchemy and WIlier bikes. 

At Summit Cyclery, we are proud to offer an amazing selection of bike brands. We have a wide selection of road, mountain, recreation and kid's bikes. We want to help you find the perfect bike. With all the different brands and types of bikes, finding the right one can be an intimidating task. Our staff is knowledgeable and dedicated to helping you find the best bike for you.   

 
 
Giant and Liv Bikes

Giant and Liv

Being one of the biggest bike manufacturers in the world, Giant offers some of the best bang for your buck. They also offer a huge range of bikes to cover every style of riding imaginable. Here at the shop we especially like the Trance Advanced for trail riding - the value can't be beat. Where else can you find a carbon frame and wheels for 4k? 

On the road biking side of things, Giant has a great selection of carbon and aluminum bikes. Looking for an all day endurance bike? The Defy has you covered. Aggressive angles and race geometry more your speed? The TCR is your ride. 

Want to get the whole family out on a ride? Giant offers a large range of recreational bikes as well as kids bikes perfect for afternoon rides to the park.   

 
Devinci Bikes

Devinci

We are happy to announce that we are now stocking Devinci bikes. Devinci offers a full line of mountain, gravel and road bikes. Devinci's mountain line is full of versatile bikes that punch above their weight class. Backed by a lifetime warranty, these bikes are meant to be ridden hard. The recently announced Troy 29 is on the top of our list of favorite trail bikes for 2018.  

 
Rocky Mountain Bikes

Rocky Mountain

We can't think of a better place to make and ride bikes than British Columbia, Canada. Rocky Mountain has added a few new and exciting bikes to their 2018 lineup. We are most excited about the new Instinct and Altitude models. The Instinct is Rocky's new 29er trail destroyer with all the right geometry and 140mm of travel. It's also offered in the BC edition, adding 15mm of rear travel and a burlier component spec (read our first impressions here). The Altitude, might be the ideal all-mountain bike. Coming in at 150mm of travel and nimble 27.5" wheels.

Don't forget about the rest of Rocky's solid lineup, including the Element, Pipeline and Thunderbolt.  

 
Ibis Bikes

Ibis

The team at Ibis had a very busy year, releasing 4 new bikes. We've had a chance to throw a leg over each of them. We are very excited about all the new frames and build kits. We have added the new Ripley LS and Mojo HD4 to our demo fleet alongside the Mojo 3. Anyone looking for a quick pedaling and nimble trail bike would love the Ripley LS. It just might be the perfect Park City, Utah trail ripper. The hard-chargers should take a look at the Mojo HD4 — One of the fastest enduro bikes in EWS. The HD4 boasts 153mm or rear travel paired with some slack geo and wide, grippy tires. The new Ripmo is one of the hottest bikes of 2018. With long travel, reduced offset fork and big 29" wheels, the Ripmo might be Ibis' most versatile bike yet. 

Ibis makes a top-shelf mountain bike. It makes sense - they've been at it for quite a while.    

 
Wilier Bikes

Wilier Triestina

Looking for some Euro bling? Wilier Triestina bikes are just that. The Italian brand makes some incredible road and gravel bikes. The Cento 10 NDR utilizes the Actiflex system to add a little forgiveness to the frame. It smooths out road imperfections and lets you stay comfortable longer. If that wasn't cool enough, Wilier lets you design a custom bike from the components to the paint.  

Now if we could only figure out how to pronounce the name.

 

 
Alchemy bikes

Alchemy

Alchemy is known for incredible custom bikes. As an Alchemy dealer we can help you work with their team of builders and designers to completely customize the paint and geo of almost any of their carbon or Ti bikes. More recently, hometown hero, Cody Kelley, has joined forces with alchemy for the 2018 EWS season. The Arktos is one pretty bike and we can't wait to see what Cody and Anneke Beerten are able to accomplish this race season. 

Stop by to see what the fuss is all about.