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- Merida Matts 6.5 V Mountain Bike Black/Green (2021)$599.00 $444.00
- Pedal Thrasher 3 Mountain Bike Black/Red$599.99 $499.00
- Pedal Ranger 3 Mountain Bike Black/Blue$469.99 $299.00
- Merida Matts 6.5 V Mountain Bike Orange (2022)$599.00 $444.00
- Norco Storm 4 29" Mountain Bike Black/Charcoal$849.00 $631.00
- Pedal Ranger 3 Trigger Mountain Bike Black/Blue$469.99 $299.00
- Merida Matts 6.5 V Mountain Bike Red/Black (2021)$599.00 $444.00
- Norco Ryde 26 Dirt Jumper Bike Splatter Red/Black$999.00 $744.00
- Pedal Raptor Recreational Bike Black/Green$349.99 $297.00
- Norco Storm 4 29" Cavalry Blue/Black (2021)$849.00 $631.00
- Pedal Phoenix Mountain Bike Red$749.00 $482.00
- Pedal Maverick Hardtail Mountain Bike Black (2022)$1,099.99 $655.00
- Pedal Colt Hardtail Mountain Bike Blue (2022)$999.99 $595.00
- Norco Storm 4 27.5 (US Spec) Black/Charcoal (2023)$849.00 $631.00
- Silverback Stride 29 MD V2 Black/Red 2022$799.99 $554.00
- Pedal Phoenix 2 Hardtail Mountain Bike Red (2023)$899.00 $674.00
- Silverback Stride 29 HD Teal/Black 2022$899.99 $624.00
Huge Range of Mountain Bikes For Sale
Mountain bikes are very versatile machines that make getting off-road easy as well as being well-suited to more recreational and commuter purposes. Entry-level mountain bikes are a great option for those sticking to bike paths, parks, light use on unsealed surfaces and commuting. As they progress through the range, these bikes become more suited to longer rides, and rougher terrain, with a focus on durability and performance.
Most Popular Types
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Beginner Mountain Bikes Under $1,000
Most bikes in this range will have mixed groupset from the lower end of the range, it’s best to look for a bike with the majority of componentry provided by SRAM or Shimano to ensure that you get the most reliable ride possible.
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Hardtail Mountain Bikes
When mountain bikes are ‘hardtail’ it simply means there is no suspension at the rear, and in most cases they feature front suspension in the forks. They are best suited to light trails, bike paths, parks and commuting. Typically, hardtail mountain bikes are less expensive because they are mechanically simpler, as in come without rear shocks, pivots or tubes behind the seat. This also means the bikes are lighter and easier to handle.
Check out our range of hardtail mountain bikes, or start your search with some of our most popular ranges including the GT Aggressor and Merida Big Seven.
Dual Suspension Mountain Bikes
Also referred to as full suspension mountain bikes, these bikes primarily differ from Hardtails in that they feature suspension at both the front and the rear of the bike. They are also built with more hardware, such as rear shocks, making them generally a more expensive option.
The additional hardware means they are better suited for rough terrain and more technical riding because the rear shocks make for a more comfortable ride.
Check out our range of dual suspension mountain bikes, or start with one of our most popular ranges, the Norco Fluid.
Downhill Mountain Bikes
For the adrenaline junkies who want to kick it up a gear, our range of downhill mountain bikes are specifically designed for downhill racing on steep, technical trails. They are dual (or ‘full’) suspension bikes with a special focus on features that improve durability and braking.
Check out our full range of downhill mountain bikes.
Fat bikes get their name from the wider wheel sizes and extremely tough, low-pressure tyres. By creating a ‘wider foot-print’, the weight of the bike is spread across a larger surface area, preventing the rider from becoming ‘bogged’. This makes fat bikes the best option on sand, snow and mud.
Check out our range of fat bikes.
Mountain bikes that have taken a fair amount of inspiration from BMX, Dirt Jumpers are best suited for riders who need low seats, thicker tyres and a great deal of suspension for tackling dirt mounds at speed.
Check out our range of Dirt Jumpers, or start your search with our most popular range from Norco.
How To Find The Right Size Mountain Bike
When looking at any of the bikes on our online store, you’ll be able to see a Bike Sizing Chart as you scroll down the page. Bikes may come in the following sizes: XS (Extra Small), SM (Small), MD (Medium), LG (Large) and XL (Extra Large).
Simply measure your height in centimeters and find the corresponding bike size in the chart. It’s that easy!
You’ll notice some sizes and heights overlap, for example, a rider measuring between 150-155cm could find a XS or SM sized bike comfortable.
Don’t forget that when purchasing a new bike you will receive a free professional fitting to make sure you get the bike tailored to your needs.