Introducing the Hoback 150

Named after the rugged, beautiful tributary of the Snake River, it perfectly captures the spirit of the Wild West.

SOME DAY I HOPE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE SUN AND STARS; AT THAT TIME WE SHALL ALL MEET UP THERE. BUT FOR THE PRESENT I PREFER TO HAVE THE BOUNDARIES SHOWN BY OUR FAMILIAR RIVERS AND MOUNTAINS.

CHIEF WASHAKIE

Westward Bikes capture the adventure, majesty, and beauty of the American West. The Western part of North America is a rugged landscape with tall mountains and low valleys, where these bikes were designed and created.

Our new trail-enduro bike, the Hoback 150, is named after the Hoback River, a tributary of the legendary Snake river. Itt starts in the mountains of Wyoming near Jackson Hole and Yellowstone, and flows West to the sea. This bike has balanced geometry and suspension travel, with 150mm of rear suspension paired with a 170mm fork. Its 64 degree HTA and 440mm chainstays creates a bike that is equally at home on long backcountry adventures that require thousands of feet of climbing, as well as Enduro racing. Click to learn more.

Titanium has been used in road and mountain bikes for decades, but only recently has the  cost dropped enough to bring it mainstream. With modern manufacturing techniques, each Westward Bikes frame is tuned to have the perfect level of compliance without sacrificing stiffness where it matters.