The sun is out, that means it’s time to get riding. Sports Junkies has great mountain bike options for riders of all abilities…
When you come into the store, you’ll find a large selection of new and used Cross-country, Enduro, Trail and Downhill bikes, including:
- And 29 ers
The new mountain bikes that we carry are comprised of Rocky Mountains and Louis Garneau. However, keep in mind that we get used bikes in daily from tons of other top name brands.
In addition to having great choice, you also get excellent prices. We buy new, closeout, and used mountain bikes in order to give you the most options for the best price.
Check out our bike department for the full selection and pricing. Avid cyclists, and trained mechanics alike, our team can help you find exactly what you need for your cycling adventures.
Is a Mountain Bike Right for You?
Mountain Bikes have come a long way and there is no longer just one type to choose from. Due to this, it is important to understand each style of bike and what it’s for.
Coming into the store to talk to one of our bike experts is your best bet when trying to figure out what’s best for you. However, here is a quick run down of the types of Mountain Bikes we carry:
Are you looking to get fitness and distance in with your downhill decent? If so, a cross country bike might be for you. Most cross country bike trails consist of just as much climbing as there is descending. Therefore, cross country bikes are usually lightweight and have front suspension with a hard-tail. This is to make your longer pedaling stints just a little bit easier.
Trail bikes are also great if you want to rip the trails, but still want the ability to climb with ease. However, they can handle a bit more than a cross country bike. The geometry of the bike makes it easier to handle in rough terrain.
Do you dream of going down steep and aggressive terrain at a fast pace? Well, that probably means you are in the market for an all-mountain bike. These bikes are generally a bit more substantial than a trail bike, but not as heavy as a downhill bike. Due to this, you’ll be able to attack tougher terrain and big hits while still being able to climb if needed.
These bikes are generally not made for any sort of climbing, they are made to go fast and handle intense terrain. Therefore, downhill bikes are great if you plan on riding in a park or somewhere that you can shuttle.
Want to Sell Your Mountain Bike?
Are you done with your mountain bike? Bring it into Sports Junkies, we are always interested in buying used bikes. That being said, we don’t buy every bike, read over our purchasing policy for full details.