This is the “Heavy” model of all bikes. With a pretty stereoscopic frame, it is much heavier than other mountain bikes, providing a very sturdy and solid feel. In addition, like the Trail, the All-Mountain bike has 2 Full-Suspension, but is designed with a larger fork movement, which helps to resist the impact of the terrain of hill, big mountains, rocky slopes, big rocks, and big niches …
Down-Hill Mountain Bike Series
As its name suggests, the Down-Hill mountain bikes are designed specifically for slopes. This is a vehicle that can dump long and large ramps, and depending on the movement of the fork, the vehicle can withstand the great forces. Besides, Down-Hill is designed with heavy frame, enough to withstand rough ramps.
Road Bike Fat-Bike Series
And finally, the Fat-Bike series, dedicated to run on extreme terrain like sand and snow. With the design from frame to wheel are “chubby-fat” as suggested by its name. It can resist well to sandy or snowy terrain. However, the disadvantage of Fat-Bike is that it runs much slower than other terrain bikes due to its oversized body.
- SIZE OF WHEEL:
So far, mountain bikes include the three most popular tire sizes, including 26in, 27.5 in and 29in or more. Each type brings a different terrain experience.
Long, 26-inch wheels are considered the standard size in the mountain bike industry. 26-inch wheels provide maneuverability, almost all of the improvements in mountain bike design and technology apply 26-inch wheel sizes, stable and flexible mid / front / rear as well as fit many different body conditions. Besides, It also provides a slightly shorter length, helps to move and accelerate faster because of the rotating volume of the wheel. However, the main drawback is that the small size will cause greater rolling resistance and harder obstacle course.