Riding should never be a pain in the butt. Whether you ride for fitness or for fun (ideally both), having a saddle that is comfortable can be the difference between finishing a ride tired and happy or finishing the ride and not being able to sit for a week. If finding the perfect saddle sounds as elusive as nabbing a pro’s Strava KOM, this article will guide you closer to finding the perfect mountain bike saddle for all riders and budgets.
A hybrid bike hits the sweet spot between a mountain and road bike. Hybrid bikes don’t match the specific capabilities of either bike, but if you plan to ride on pavement as well as off-road or on trails, then a good hybrid bike may be the perfect ride for you.
If you’re just getting into mountain biking, there’s no need to splurge on a crazy expensive bike. A beginner mountain bike is the perfect way to test the waters. You can always upgrade down the road.
The key to finding an awesome mountain bike under $500 is to steer clear of the low quality bikes that are often sold at this price point and find a bike that will hold up in the long run.
We rounded up seven of the best budget mountain bikes, built to last for miles to come.
Whether you’re shopping for your first mountain bike or looking to upgrade, here are nine of the best entry level mountain bikes under $2,000.
The $2,000 price point is where you’ll begin to see much higher quality shredding machines. This is also where you start to see full suspension, which will be absolutely worth the money, especially if rocks and roots are on the docket.
Want to unleash your inner Peter Sagan or just show off for your buddies? Not only do they look cool, but wheelies are a great tool for navigating unexpected obstacles, learning how to pull your front wheel up and over large obstacles and for having a rad time.