A mountain bike is a type of bicycle designed for off road use, typically on rough terrains such as dirt trails, gravel paths, and rocky terrain.
Mountain biking can be a fun and challenging way to explore the outdoors, get exercise, and experience the thrill of riding on rugged terrain.
One of the most important features of a mountain bike is its suspension system, which helps absorb the impact of rough terrain and provides the rider with greater control and stability. There are two main types of suspension systems: hardtail and full suspension. A hardtail bike has a suspension fork at the front of the bike, which helps absorb impact from bumps and obstacles on the trail. This type of suspension is typically simpler and lighter than a full suspension. It makes a good choice for cross country riding and racing.