Meet your new bike
- • Designed for off-road biking, steep descents & rough terrains • Made with a sturdy frame, rugged brakes & front/rear suspension • Low gears & wide tires make it easier to pedal uphill
- • Designed with an electric motor to enhance your weekend ride or transform your commute • A rechargeable battery makes for an eco-friendly alternative to gas-powered vehicles & mass transit • Pedal-assist and throttle options available in full size and compact- folding frames
More bike types
- Perfect for fitness biking, commutes & casual racing
- Made with a lightweight frame & aerodynamic seating position
- Narrow, high-pressure tires provide a smooth ride on paved surfaces
6 features to consider
Narrow, firm seats allow for greater control & more efficient pedaling. Wide, cushioned seats are often more comfortable for the casual rider.
2 Frame material
The frame influences a bike’s weight, strength, ride quality & price. Aluminum alloy is the most common, but high‑performance bikes may also be made from steel, titanium or carbon fiber.
High-rise handlebars let you sit upright, but can limit maneuverability. Low-rise handlebars increase control & speed, but the hunched position can create neck strain for some riders.
Brake types like calipers, cantilevers or V‑brakes are all great for most kinds of riding. High‑performance riders should choose a bike with either mechanical or hydraulic disc brakes.
A bike’s suspension impacts ride comfort across various terrains.
In general, more gear speeds means greater flexibility on various inclines. A bike’s built‑in gear count & drivetrain mechanics are usually more than adequate for the casual rider.