When you're aiming for the podium, you need a bike that has the necessary prowess and trail-shredding know-how. Enter the Ellsworth Absolute Truth. Crafted from carbon with meticulous attention to detail, it boasts 125mm of travel thanks to Ellsworth's fully active Instant Center Tracking rear suspension for incredible traction, bump absorption, and get up and go efficiency. Whether you're slamming it into the big ring for an all-out climbing throwdown or you're pointing it down a root-infested descent, the Absolute Truth is the leader of the pack.
Ellsworth's Epiphany 275 Enduro will show you the light—Climb anything and then come bombing down without hesitation. The aluminum frame proudly boasts their super-efficient 140mm Instant Center Tracking suspension that makes for a heavenly rear end that sucks up both big hits and tiny bumps whether you're plummeting down techy trails, hammering out of the saddle or you're hard on the brakes. Plus, Ellsworth has each aluminum frame crafted in Washington with zen-like attention to detail and expert craftsmanship for a ride that is second to none. Ride one and have an Epiphany.
Ellsworth's Moment 275 is light enough to take you to the top, and burly enough to rally the descents. With up to 160mm of travel and clearance for 27.5-inch wheels, the Moment is ready, willing and able to go wherever the enduro action takes you. Proudly boasting Ellsworth's super-efficient, fully-active Instant Center Tracking suspension, this carbon frame blasts out of the corners, boosts off every lip, and keeps the traction high even up the loosest climbs. When the time comes to only have one bike to do it all, this is your Moment.
When you finally see the light, you will be able to climb as fast as you descend. Enter Ellsworth's Epiphany C XC — a true path to singletrack bliss. The lightweight carbon frame proudly boasts their super-efficient 140mm Instant Center Tracking suspension that makes for a heavenly rear end that sucks up both big hits and tiny bumps whether you're plummeting down techy trails, hammering out of the saddle or you're hard on the brakes. Ride one and have an Epiphany.
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