Hardtail. Full-suspension. Carbon. Aluminum. Steel. Budget Bikes. World Beaters. Get off the beaten path and do it right with our Spring Mountain Bike Guide.
The Camber is Specialized's bike for riding everything, everywhere. With 110mm of travel, and available in aluminum and carbon frame options, the Camber combines performance and versatility into a full-suspension, 29er that won't break the bank. For riders looking to get into full-suspension riding, check out the Base or Comp models, both coming in well under $3,000.
The Cannondale Trail 6 is an awesome choice for riders looking to get started on the trail. With race inspired frame features, 29" and 27.5" wheel sizes, and hydraulic disc brakes, the Trail 6 is the perfect first mountain bike for you or your buddy looking to join you on the trail.
The Salsa El Mariachi is ideal for single track, bike packing and single speed riding. Alternator Dropouts allow for a range of drivetrain setups. Run it single speed or geared. Want fenders? Sure. Titanium and Steel frame options provide smooth riding over long adventures. Run it with a suspension or rigid fork and throw some racks on there for the ultimate backwoods camping trip.
If you're looking for one of the fastest XC Hardtails out there, consider the Cannondale F-Si. The Carbon Cannondale F-Si sports a completely redesigned rear end with shorter chainstays, stiffer rear wheel, and more tire clearance. A bike that is stiffer, more agile, and has more traction control is a bike that is faster. The all new Lefty with 55mm offset works with the redesigned slacker head angle to provide high speed stability and total control in low speed handling.