A bike typically lasts less than 15% of its lifespan before needing to be replaced. Cycling Avenue seeks to give every used mountain bike a second opportunity at use through a thorough repair process. Since we place the utmost importance on our customers' health and safety, all the refurbished Mountain bikes we have available for purchase have gone through a thorough inspection. It's now easier and safer than ever to buy a second-hand Mountain bike online in the United States thanks to Cycling Avenue.
Cycling Avenue has a wide selection of new and used Mountain bike for both men and women. We have a wide variety of top brands for sale like Trek, Santa Cruz, Cannondale, Norco, Rocky Mountain that you can find on Cycling Avenue’s online bike shop.
If you have any specific question on any product or technical things related to Mountain bikes, we can help and assist you through your shopping process on our online bike shop just by scheduling a video conversation with one of Cycling Avenue's Mountain bike experts!
You’re buying a mountain bike because they are tough, versatile, and designed for off-road cycling. MTBs have the capabilities of an all-terrain bike that let riders navigate a variety of challenging environments like mountain trails, fire roads, single tracks in all kinds of weather. But in most cases, if you don’t like riding in the busy street of the big cities, mountain bikes are the ideal choice for those who likes to go off-road and enjoy the nature.
Mountain bikes sizes range from X-small, small, medium, large, X-large, XX-large to XXX-large. There is also a wide variety of mountain bike types, there is the cross-country, trail, all-mountain, enduro, and downhill mountain bikes.
Choosing the right type of mountain bike depends on different factors, including your riding style, the terrain, and your objectives.
Additionally, no matter what kind of mountain bike you intend to purchase, it's critical to understand what size is best for you. Using bicycle geometry charts to determine which bike is best for you is arguably the simplest and most straightforward method. Luckily for you, we provide a bike size chart on each product page for a mountain bike and in our FAQ.
Mountain bikes are built to be ridden hard and designed to serve a different purpose. That’s why mountain bikes usually include a front and/or rear suspension up to 200mm to absorb shocks and vibrations.
There are three types of mountain bike suspension set up:
Aluminium, and carbon are the two major types of mountain bike frame materials.
Mountain bikes are meant to be for an aggressive type of rider, so carbon and aluminum are a better choice because these materials are lighter and more performance oriented. The most economical solutions are the aluminium frames, this is still the most popular option. Although they are the most expensive, carbon frames have the reputation of giving your mountain bike a longer life.
Mountain bikes wheels are generally 27.5 or 29 inch, with tires ranging from 2.1 inch and 3.5 inch in width. Also, you can opt for a more stable mtb tire size, that are ‘’plus tire’’ sizes ranging from 2.6 inch to 3.2 inch in width. This kind of mountain bike tire size let’s you ride the off-road trails faster than a fat bike that has bigger size of tires with a similar stability considering the larger contact patch. The two most common mountain bike tire types are clincher and tubeless.
Trek is one of the world leaders in mountain bike technology. Their research and development effort are limitless and its no surprise that their mountain bikes are the most technologically advanced on the market! Trek mountain bikes are not limiting the innovations to high-end bikes, every model is equipped with features and details that makes any ride better. The top models of trek mountain bikes are the Top fuel, Fuel Ex, Remedy, powerfly, Procaliber.
Santa Cruz creates category-leading downhill, XC, E-bikes and is known for its pedal-ability and descending prowess on every model. By designing and engineering everything themselves, Santa Cruz is making every model of their line free from after-work or weekend rides spoiled by bikes that squeak, fail or anything that can bother their faithful riders!
The top models of Santa Cruz mountain bikes are the Heckler, Megatower, 5010, Tallboy, Bronson.
Inspired by Vancouver’s North Shore after growing bored of riding road bikes, rocky mountain has dedicated itself to making good bikes so that more riders love to ride the trails. Top models of Rocky Mountain mountain bikes are the Element, Instinct, Thunderbolt, Slayer+.
Cannondale is the pioneer that shook the world of mountain bikes with mountain bikes made of aluminium and carbon fiber. Also, Cannondale is getting recognition for the establishment of single-sided forks and the design of incredible frames and products that reinvented racing by creating award-winning bicycles. The top models of Cannondale Mountain bikes are the Scalpel, F-Si Hi, Moterra, Trigger, Cujo NEO.
Norco mountain bikes are focused on fit with their ride aligned that aligns a rider’s center of gravity. Understanding and analyzing physical differences between different riders and their effect on gravity make Norco frame fit better than ever because of the research and development that Norco engineers applied with a new level of precision made between human body and machines. The top models of Norco mountain bikes are the Optic, Sight, Revolver, Fluid, Rampage.
Knolly was born from the pursuit to design the highest performance, best possibly manufactured, most innovative products available. They have built their reputation on manufacturing quality, performance innovation and customer service. Knolly mountain bikes top models are the Warden, Fugitive.
With our trade-in program, you can exchange or sell your used mountain bike. Use our trade-in specials to trade in your bike for a reduced price on our selection of mountain bike. Even better, using our Cycling Avenue store credit will result in lower taxes being due. You may take advantage of this to get some of the top mountain bikes in the United States for the lowest costs!