Guerrilla Gravity is a rider-direct mountain bike manufacturing company with frames designed, tested, and built in Denver, Colorado. The MegaTrail, a switchable 150-160mm travel all mountain bike, is now available.

They are a small, rider driven company and feel that puts them in much closer touch with their core customer. It allows them to work with their customers one-on-one, ensuring those customers get the bike that’s dialed for them. They provide extensive customization options, from build kits to frame colors, all at a very competitive price point, with complete builds starting at $3495.

Will Montague, President at Guerrilla Gravity, decided to ask a few questions about the bike industry in general. “Why do bikes have to be stupid expensive? Why can’t you sell bikes everywhere? Why are so many bike companies so distanced from their riders?” Then he told his partners Kristy and Matt about the idea and they said “Let’s do it.” Now they’re doin’ it. He doesn’t understand why everyone doesn’t like bikes and punk rock shows.

Guerrilla Gravity MegaTrail, 150-160mm "Big Mountain Liberator", made in Denver, CO.
Guerrilla Gravity MegaTrail, 150-160mm “Big Mountain Liberator”, made in Denver, CO.

Guerrilla Gravity has a new bike called the MEGATRAIL, which is helping to change the thinking about small, independent mountain bike builders. Providing riders with wheel-size choice, full build-kit customization options, and the radical Gravity Mode™. And just like the rest of their bikes, made in Colorado.

As a highly refined and extremely versatile trail bike, the MEGATRAIL is built for everything from conquering high-alpine adventures to getting after it at your local enduro race, or just slaying your after-work rides. And when it’s time to turn the Rad up to 11, Gravity Mode™ provides a 30-second, one-bolt geometry toggle that transforms the bike into a downhill dominator.

The MEGATRAIL isn’t purely focused on downhill domination, though. With extremely well-tuned anti-squat characteristics and mid-stroke support, this is a fantastic pedaling bike.

We haven’t ridden the bike yet, but we’ll soon get our hands on a MegaTrail and let you know what we think. Summer is here in Colorado and the big trails are opening daily. You can always find out more information over on Guerrilla Gravity’s website.

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