Sports quality features riders need to tackle tough, rocky terrain including large (29 inch), knobby tires, coil fork, full suspension frame, and reliable hydraulic disc brakes. 27 speeds.
One of the priciest and heaviest bikes on our shortlist, but if you need a bike constructed with mountain trails in mind, you may not care.
A versatile bike that's made for leisure, and is comfortable to ride with a spacious seat and excellent shock absorption. Has attractive, classic styling.
A few owners griped that the derailleur gears weren't adjusted when the bike arrived, and performing this task is tricky. A bit more sluggish than other models we considered.
Performs nicely as a street bike, yet also offers tough tires and suspension fork for off-road riding. In spite of its capabilities, it offers a smooth ride that owners love.
Somewhat heavy for a hybrid bike. Though fairly easy to assemble, the brakes may need adjusting. Pricey.
A rugged mountain bike that falls on the lower end of price range than other Diamondback bikes in its class. Owners rave about the excellent suspension and smooth shifting between its 24 speeds.
Those who are new to mountain bike riding may find it heavy compared to other types of bikes. Gears may need a bit of tuning upon arrival.
This bike's attractive hybrid design combines the best of both worlds – sturdy frame, grippy tires, and responsive 21 gears. Easy to transport, thanks to the lightweight build.
A few durability issues have been reported, including bent or broken spokes, irregular brakes, and leaking tire valves.
We recommend these products based on an intensive research process that's designed to cut through the noise and find the top products in this space. Guided by experts, we spend hours looking into the factors that matter, to bring you these selections.