KHS, historical Californian brand, has many new features for 2012, concentrated in the range 29er and new standard 650B (27.5 inch). For the 29er, KHS introduces two new models at the top of the range, Team29 and Saguaro. There are two new hardtail sharing the same high modulus carbon frame, fork steerer with 1.5" and Post Mount rear disc brake. Team29 is assembled with Shimano XT/XTR 20-speed, fork RockShox Reba RLT with excursion of 100mm and 15mm thru-axle, Shimano XT crankset, BB91 bottom bracket Shimano Pressfit and American Classic wheels, KHS offers two options Team29, the frame only to 999 Euro or 3759 Euro for the complete bike. The Saguaro model is assembled with Sram X9/X5 20 speed and a hydraulic disc brake Avid Elixir 1, will be proposed at 2535 Euro. Two innovations also among the full: the front trips rose from 80 to 100mm and introduces a third model, Bajada, assembled with the same frame of Prescott and Flagstaff, the new full will occupy the lowest rung in the price of this segment and will be offered to 1625 Euro, while the prices remain unchanged Prescott (2990 Euro) and Flagstaff (2220 Euro). Among the aluminium front KHS confirms Yuma and Tucson, retouched in colour and updated in components, has introduced three new low-end models: Tempe, Agiula and Winslow. The brand of Rancho Dominguez confirmed to bet the future on the biggest mountain bike by the wheels that will gradually replace the hardtail with 26" wheels. The three new 29er will have the following prices: Tempe 809 Euro, Agiula 629 Euro and Winslow 529 Euro. In the range 650B are the new proposals SixFifty 609 and the least expensive SixFifty 608.