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MTB Hardtail

Mountain bike hardtail - purist riding experience

The MTB hardtail with unsprung rear triangle, suspension fork and 27.5 or 29 inch wheels is the absolute classic among mountain bikes. The hardtail is still convincing as an all-rounder on the road as well as off-road. In particular, for bikers who do not ride in extreme terrain, but mainly on forest and gravel trails, an agile hardtail is a good and affordable choice.

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The mountain bike as a hardtail

When choosing a new mountain bike, various aspects are important. Basically, however, the decision must first be made whether the desired bike should be a hardtail or a fully. If the choice falls on the half-suspension version, there are some aids that can be used in the search for the perfect bike. Before making a purchase, any unanswered questions should be answered so that you can subsequently own a new mountain bike hardtail that meets your personal needs.

The origins of the mountain bike hardtail

Mountain biking didn't really become popular until the 1980s. And even then, tinkering was done to allow riders to be able to ride over hill and dale as accident-free as possible. Unlike a conventional bicycle, however, a mountain bike has a suspension system. To be more precise, the front fork is a so-called suspension fork. This absorbs shocks that come from the difficult ground and thus makes it possible to keep as much traction as possible. In hardtail mountain bikes, this front suspension fork is also the only damping system that has been installed. As the name suggests, the rest of the bike is hard and therefore not as flexible as the front suspension. This leads to the iconic look of this type of mountain bike.

With only front suspension, a hardtail comes with many advantages that mountain bikers can take advantage of. This is because the suspension not only manages to maintain traction in rather rough terrain and therefore control the bike well. Thanks to technical innovations, this built-in suspension now hardly adds any weight. In combination with a lightweight frame, it is not difficult to ride a hardtail MTB flexibly and fast uphill and downhill. While the full-suspension Fullys are associated with a significantly higher weight due to the rear wheel suspension, the hardtail mountain bike can be climbed more nimbly. And there is also no need for complicated suspension maintenance. Because the less complicated technology is installed, the lower the risk of defects in the suspension systems.

What is the right mountain bike for me?

As in many areas, the market for mountain bikes has been growing for years. New manufacturers with innovative ideas are constantly appearing and expanding the range. Thereby it is often difficult to keep the overview and to focus on the essential aspects. When choosing a hardtail MTB, an important aspect can of course be the look and the personal attachment to a bike brand. However, the components of the respective model should not be neglected. Here it is important to get the optimum for the respective price. In order to offer you the best possible support in this, you will receive specific advice from us. The experts know exactly which frame geometry and which models perfectly fit your individual requirements. This way, you will be able to make a pre-selection in a short time. You can then filter out your favourite from the possible candidates. If you prefer to do the search yourself, it is advisable to consider two aspects. Firstly, it is important to buy a bike that fits your body measurements. With the help of a frame size calculator, you can easily find out which frame size suits you. If you don't take this into account, you could end up with back, knee and neck problems. Therefore, take the time to find the right size. Thought is also required when deciding on the size of the wheels. 26-inch wheels are now hard to find on the market. However, these make the MTB flexible and easy to control. In contrast, 27.5-inch and 29-inch wheels allow for a higher level of control when riding on bumpy surfaces. Thus, you also need to set your preferences when it comes to wheel size.

Does a hardtail or a fully suit me better?

You should now be able to answer this question for yourself. If it is important to you to carry as little weight as possible up the mountain, you will probably choose a hardtail. If you like to ride downhill at breakneck speed, a fully will give you maximum control. Be aware, however, that even with the best and lightest frame material, it won't be possible to match the weight of a hardtail mountain bike with a Fully.

Buy your mountain bikes hardtail at Fitstore24

If you have realized that you would like to be on a hardtail mountain bike in the future, our range offers you a rich selection. From entry-level models to professional equipment, you will find everything your mountain biker's heart could possibly desire. It doesn't matter whether you prefer a lightweight aluminium frame or futuristic carbon constructions. Just get the necessary information and think carefully about which model fits your individual needs. The important thing here should be that the look, utility and components are so well matched that it is possible for you to look at the bike and be on it at any time. If you are satisfied with the purchase of your new hardtail MTB, you can be sure that you have done everything right.