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Mountain Bikes

Mountain Bikes

When out exploring the great outdoors, you need a bike that offers comfort, stability and speed. Here at Cookstown Cycles we’re proud to offer a range of high quality mountain bikes, specially designed to improve your performance off-road.

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£319.00

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£349.00

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Mountain Bikes From Top Brands at Cookstown Cycles

Here at Cookstown Cycles we’re passionate about quality, which is why you can be confident a bike from Cookstown Cycles will offer only the best when it comes to quality and design. We’re happy to offer an extensive range of both men’s mountain bikes and women’s mountain bikes, from top brands in the industry such as Cube, Merida and Orbea, promising you a meticulously designed bicycle that will last you for years to come. All of the mountain bikes in our range are specially designed for a superior performance in the great outdoors, with suspension to take the edge off bumps and rocky surfaces, and lower gear ratios to allow greater power when travelling uphill.

Hardtail or Full Suspension Mountain Bike?

The most important feature to consider when selecting your new mountain bike is whether a hardtail mountain bike or a full suspension mountain bike is better suited to your needs. With a hardtail mountain bike the suspension is focused on the front wheel, meaning power is transferred to the rear wheel allowing you to accelerate and maintain speeds easily. A full suspension bike features suspension on both wheels, so whilst it may be heavier it is also generally more comfortable. The type of suspension you opt for depends on the surfaces you are planning on riding on - smoother surfaces and situations where you want to achieve optimum speed are better suited to hardtail bikes, whereas bumpier off-road surfaces may benefit more from a full suspension mountain bike.