Make sure you have a look at five of the most interesting mountain bikes on the market today.
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Number 5 – Transition Patrol Carbon
The Transition Patrol Carbon mountain bike aside from the frame material the patrol carbon shares a lot with its aluminum sibling including geometry and suspension travel the patrol uses a horse leg suspension design.
Serves up 155 millimeters of rear suspension up front the patrol is designed around 160 millimeter suspension for clean internal routing and endure inspired geometry make this a bike to watch.
Number 4 – Yeti SB4
Yeti SB 5 and SB 6 are two of the best mountain bikes we’ve ridden the clever switch infinity suspension design. With its twin tubes is stiff under pedaling and plush when it needs to be Yeti now has a switch Infiniti equipped 29er in its line.
The new SB 4.5 C is a short travel trail bike with aggressive geometry the new bike has 114 millimeters of rear suspension travel and is designed around 130 to 140 millimeter suspension forks the carbon frame is incredibly clean and has gobs of standard clearance Yeti claims this new 29er is actually the stiffest bike.
Number 3 – Evil Insurgent
The Evil Insurgent uses wiggles delta suspension design to provide 150 millimeters of rear suspension travel. The carbon frame is won by specific the Insurgent has partial internal routing and a clever integrated chain guide like the following.
The Insurgent has adjustable geometry allowing this already low and slack bike to get even lower and more raked out approaching downhill territory.
Number 2 – Mondraker Dune Carbon
Spanish brand Mondraker recently developed a carbon version of the Dune. This all mountain bike uses moderators radical for a geometry which lengthens the front center. While reducing stem linked to the absolute minimum the recommended stem length, for the Dune is between 10 and 30 millimeters.
Talk about stubby stems: the Dune carbon has a hundred and sixty millimeter suspension and adjustable geometry. Riders can tweak the head angle by one degree and the chainstay length by one centimeter.
Number 1 – BMC Teamelite 01
The new BMC Team Elite is a new take on the Softail suspension concept. The team elite uses a rubberized material at the top of the seat stays to take the edge off impacts.
The design provides just 15 millimeters of suspension with a minimal weight gain over standard hardtail designs. It’s not quite a full suspension but provides just enough give during hard cross-country racing