No gears, no suspension, no sense? Actually, a simple mountain bike might be the best way to go. Here are some good reasons why a single speed or fully rigid bicycle might be in your future.
Sometimes in life, the body softens and the trails harden; read on to see why buying a full-suspension bicycle may be your best move.
There are plenty of good reasons to skip the suspension and ride a trusty hard tail bike, and not all of them deal with cost. Below are some reasons why buying a hard tail isn't settling for less.
As one of the least-known but most needed categories, a hybrid bicycle mixes road and mountain in one excellent, efficient, and universal package: when you think "bicycle" you probably think this.
It's not always all in a name, and in the high-demand world of competitive cycling, bad component companies don't stick around long. Here's why what the top brands make is better, and costs more.
Some things in life -- medical equipment, jumbo-jets, honeymoons, and easy chair -- are worth paying a little more for a good experience. And a bicycle that is not used as a toy is no exception.