Published at Tuesday, 25 September 2018. Mountain Bikes. By Monica Donaldson.
Once you decided your riding style (cross-country, trail, all-mountain or downhill), suspension travel, frame geometry and selected the appropriate bike, it’s time to move on several other parameters that must be taken into consideration before the final decision.
Taller riders usually ride more "elegantly˝ than the low ones. Mountain bike riders with short legs and a solid upper body seem often clumsy. If you’re tall, I encourage you to choose the lightest frame as possible with a short suspension travel. As long as you are not overweight, let your hands and feet do most of the work, and enjoy a light and agile bike.
If you are very tall, very short or have abnormal body proportions, it‘s time to buy a custom bike built especially for you. To enjoy the ride, you need to buy a right size bike. Review the companies offering this service, and remember that even this is more expensive option, it is better to pay and enjoy than compromise and suffer.
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