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Learn About Hardtail Mountain Bikes with JensonUSA
Hardtail mountain bikes are highly versatile bikes that come with either front suspension or no suspension at all. These bikes are perfect for beginners, experienced riders, and riders that just want to cruise on the trails. They are perfect for XC, trail, and all-mountain-style riding.
What is a hardtail mountain bike?
A hardtail mountain bike is simply a mountain bike without rear suspension. They are designed mostly for cross-country, trail, and all-mountain-style riding. They are perfect for racing, bikepacking, cruising, jumping, and so much more.
What is a hardtail mountain bike used for?
Hardtails mountain bikes are used for many things such as cross-country racing, bikepacking, dirt jumping, trail riding, and all-mountain riding. They are highly versatile and fun to ride.
Is a hardtail mountain bike good for beginners?
Hardtails are perfect for beginners and experienced riders. Hardtails are often lighter than their full-suspension counterparts and require less maintenance due to not having any rear suspension. When it comes to a first hardtail mountain bike, a 1x drivetrain is highly recommended. You’ll only need to focus on one shifter but will still get a wide range of gears to shift through.
What to look for in a hardtail mountain bike.
When it comes to which hardtail to choose from, a good place to start is looking at the suspension travel. If you’re more interested in cross-country riding, then you might not want a bike with aggressive frame geometry and long suspension travel. If you’re looking for something a little nicer, try out an ultra-light carbon hardtail.
Which bike brands make the best hardtail mountain bikes?
Many brands make exceptional hardtails. Some brands, like Yeti, make higher-end hardtails designed for racing, while other brands like Batch, Marin, and Niner offer a wider range for beginners and experienced riders.