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Built with distance and speed in mind, a Cross-Country bike is all about putting the miles down. Most XC bikes feature less than 130mm of suspension travel and are best suited for flowing singletrack and fire road climbs.
When the goal is to do-it-all in style, Trail & All-Mountain bikes are up for the job. Suspension travel ranges 130-170mm, and most bikes are designed to efficiently climb and descend all manner of technical terrain.
If you're the type of rider that prefers pointing their bike down a hill but still want the ability to climb back to the top to do it all over again, then an Enduro bike is for you. With travel over 170mm and aggressive geometry, you'll be able to conquer the terrain with ease.
Mountain biking is all about having fun out on the trails and exploring new places. Whether you’re looking for your first bike or you’re looking for a second bike, a mountain bike is a perfect addition. With so many different types of mountain bikes, you can find one for climbing, trail riding, racing, and bombing down mountains.
Mountain bikes typically have larger, knobby tires, suspension either on the front or front and rear, and robust frames. A mountain bike is perfect for riding in the dirt, rocky terrain, deserts, and much more.
There are several different types of mountain bikes out there that excel at various types of riding. These types of bikes can be lightweight or heavy, have short suspension travel or long, have large tires or small tires, and can have zero suspension or front and rear suspension.
This all depends on the type of riding you would like to do. If you’re looking to get into racing, then you’ll want to get a nicer mountain bike. If your goal is just to get out and have some fun on the trails, then a trail bike might be the right one for you. If you want to go as fast as possible downhill, then a DH or enduro bike will be the answer. For more information, check out our complete guide on how to choose a mountain bike.
Many brands make exceptional bikes. Some brands tend to focus on making higher-end racing bikes while other brands will focus on making a wide variety of bikes for the entire family. It would depend on what type of bike you’re looking for. Check out our large selection of Yeti, Norco, Niner, Marin, Diamondback, Ibis, and Devinci mountain bikes.
Hardtail mountain bikes are a great entry point for many riders. They tend to be less expensive compared to full-suspension mountain bikes and are still great for conquering the trails. Aluminum frame bikes are also less expensive than carbon bikes.
If you’re looking for the more advanced bikes, then you’ll want a full-suspension, carbon-framed mountain bike. These bikes can exceed all expectations and can help you push past your limits. Nicer mountain bikes will often come with 1x12-speed drivetrains and now even have electronic drivetrains.
A mountain bike is great for riding on the dirt. While it can still cruise on the pavement, it is at home on the singletrack and fireroads with its wide tires and suspension. While a “regular bike” rides well on the pavement, they don’t do so well in the dirt.