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First Look: Bass Pro Shops and Cabela’s Ascend Adventure Bikes

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Bass Pro Shops and Cabela’s have unveiled an all-new lineup of Ascend Adventure Bikes, engineered to cover every surface and lifestyle. Debuted for the first time at Bass Pro Shops’ National Headquarters in Springfield, MO, Ascend Adventure Bikes are now available for purchase online at basspro.com or cabelas.com and in select Bass Pro Shops and Cabela’s retail locations across the United States.

Featuring six Ascend bike models across three different bike series—Mountain Bikes, Hybrid Bikes and Cruiser Bikes—these bikes are made to tackle main roads, backroads or off-roads. As hunters, of course, mountain bikes will be our primary focus.

Mountain Bikes

Ascend Bike in the Wild
  • Ascend Yungas Full-Suspension Mountain Bike is built for off road with full suspension, a 2X8 drivetrain, 2.2-inch-wide tires, disc breaks for reliable stopping power, and a comfortable sport seat. MSRP: $999.99
  • Ascend Zion Hardtail Mountain Bike offers unmatched value and performance, with a 2X9 drivetrain, 2.2-inch-wide fat tires, quick-stop mechanical disc brakes and sport seat. MSRP: $599.99
  • Ascend Moher Fat Bike provides stability over bumpy or soft terrain, featuring a 1X10 drivetrain for smooth shifting and mechanical disc brakes for dependability. MSRP: $479.99
  • Ascend Mud Creek Mountain Bike for Kids is equipped with a 3X7 drivetrain, 24-inch wheels with double-wall rims for durability, and a 60mm suspension fork offering ultimate control for youth bikers. MSRP: $329.99

Ascend Adventure Bike owners earn free assembly from Bass Pro Shops and Cabela’s upon purchase and, in partnership with National Assembly, can schedule servicing and repair needs. All Ascend bicycles are backed by a one-year parts warranty and five-year frame warranty for defects. For more information, visit basspro.com or cabelas.com.


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