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Myles Rockwell on the ARC

The Champions Choice.

The ARC, ARC AS and ARC AS LT were the bikes to beat. XC, DH, Dual Slalom, it did it all. Just ask Giove, Furtado, Voreis, or Rockwell. The new-wave ARC still does it all, with the same striking looks as before.

ARC 35th Anniversary Cassette Image

Still trick.

ARC’s legacy of having the “trickest” builds continues. From stem to stern you’ll find custom colorways on the bars, brakes, saddle and stem. Even SRAMs XX1 Eagle AXS drivetrain is anodized Turq – with a matching wheel axle, dropper lever, and brake adaptors to boot.

ARC 35th Anniversary Parts Image
ARC 35th Anniversary Fork Image
From Disc Wheels to Disc brakes.

Built around a custom set of Chris King hubs, the ARC rolls on limited edition carbon composite 35th Anniversary wheelsets.

ARC 35th Anniversary Cockpit Image
Kamikazes Look No Further.

Before lock-ons, wire-ons were standard equipment – ARCs of the past hit speeds of 60+ MPH in the Kamikaze DH. If the pilot is willing, the new school geo means the ARC is more than ready.