Schwinn Mountain Bikes
Schwinn High Timber 26" Mens Front Suspension ATB Mountain Bike | S4010B
Schwinn Men's Rivel 29" Mountain Bike - White BRAND NEW! - Local Pick up So CAL
Schwinn High Timber 26" Mens Front Suspension Mountain Bike S4010B Bicycle
Schwinn High Timber 29" Men's Front Suspension ATB Mountain Bike | S5486
Schwinn Girls/Women's 26 Inch High Timber Front Suspension Bicycle Mountain Bike
Schwinn Sidewinder 26" Mountain Bike 21 Speed Alloy Rims All Terrain S2601WMJBD
Schwinn Project KOM 10 Team Issue- XT groupo, 20", steel - vintage mountain bike
Schwinn High Timber 24" Womens/Girls Front Suspension ATB Mountain Bike | S2449
Schwinn High Timber 24" Girls Front Suspension Mountain Bike S2449 Bicycle
The very first thing to do before getting a bike for whatever reason is to understand what your first riding is going to be. Most of the people at first get a twin use bike, something that may be ridden on road and off road. At last , when the bug bites large it will be time to take a position in a bike that is all muscle for the mountains. One of the tactics that mountain bikes differ from other bikes is they have awfully powerful, light-weight frames, multiple gears, tough breaks and wide tires. A comfort bike, or recreational weekend bike, touring bikes and cruiser bikes are built more for comfort than sturdiness. In the mountain bike class there are a few kinds of bikes available ; the cross country bike, the trials bike, the downhill bike and the jump / slalom bike. Often the biggest share of mountain bikes sold are in the cross country, or XC classification. These are good twin purpose bikes.
They are light and good for riding over hard terrain, but they are also snug for road riding. Jump / slalom bikes are also good twin purpose bikes. They are really strong and have a brilliant front suspension. Downhill and trial bikes are for heavy mountain bikers. The downhill bikes have both rear and front suspension, disc breaks and are extremely strong. A trial bike is for a particularly talented rider. Trail riding itself is a particularly competitive sport demanding lots of precision. Most riders of downhill and trail bikes build their bikes from nothing, selecting each part individually. You will need to do plenty of reading about differing types of bikes, and you will need to visit many bike shops. A cross country mountain bike can cost between $600 and $800 or more.
Some bikers say that your first bike should be the best bike you can potentially afford, even if you suspect that it's too much bike for you. If you purchase a low-end bike at first and then find you need to change parts later it can get dear. Before selecting a bike you may need to ride it. Most dealers make allowance for a fifteen to twenty minute test ride.
If you do a test ride ensure you go "off road" if you can, even if it is over curbs and grass. You need to get an understanding of the bike.