Published at Friday, 14 September 2018. Mountain Bikes. By Connie Colon.
There are many bike manufacturers and the bikes are sold at various price points, from several hundred dollars to several thousand dollars. While it might be tempting to visit a “big box“ retail store like Wal-Mart and purchase a $200 bike, in the end that bike might not last long.
As more makers compete for shares in the trail cycling market, they are occupied with the constant development of bike technology, including the materials used in building the bikes. Mountain biking technology has increased by jumps and bounds since the pioneers first assembled mountain bicycles, and has resulted in bikes that are very light-weight yet highly durable. Again, striking a balance between these 2 aspects depends heavily on the sort of mountain bicycle riding you would like to do, and on what terrain.
Bikes come with different kinds of frames; depending on how you're going to use the bike can guide this decision, and a reputable mountain bike shop can help in determining the best kind of frame for the riding you want to do.
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