In-store pickup & free shipping on 149$ or more. See all details here.

Trail

Results 1-12 of 32

Options
Sort By
Set Descending Direction
Show
per page
Page

Results 1-12 of 32

Options
Sort By
Set Descending Direction
Show
per page
Page

Trail mountain bikes

Trail mountain bikes are designed to tackle a wide range of off-road terrains and provide riders with a versatile and thrilling experience. These bikes are specifically engineered to excel on trails, making them a popular choice for riders who enjoy exploring singletrack, tackling technical descents, and climbing challenging ascents. We have a wide selectino of Trail mountain bikes from the best brands in the industry such as Trek, Cannondale and Cube.

One of the key features of trail mountain bikes is their suspension system. These bikes typically come equipped with full suspension, which means they have both a front suspension fork and a rear shock absorber. The suspension helps absorb impacts from rocks, roots, and other obstacles on the trail, providing riders with a smoother and more controlled ride. The travel (amount of suspension travel) on trail bikes usually ranges between 120mm to 150mm, striking a balance between efficient climbing and capable descending.

Trail bikes also feature a geometry that is optimized for handling a variety of trail conditions. They typically have a more relaxed head tube angle, which provides stability and confidence on descents, while still maintaining agility for maneuvering tight corners. The wheelbase is often slightly longer, improving stability at higher speeds. Additionally, trail bikes may have a shorter chainstay length, enabling nimble and responsive handling through technical sections.

Trail vs. Cross-Country (XC), what's the difference?

Trail bikes are versatile for tackling various terrains, with full suspension and travel of 120-150mm. They have a relaxed geometry for stability. Cross country bikes prioritize speed and efficiency, with shorter travel (80-120mm), lighter weight, and optimized geometry for climbing.

Trail vs. Enduro, what's the difference?

Enduro bikes are designed for aggressive downhill riding and enduro racing, with longer suspension travel (150-180mm) to handle bigger drops and rougher terrain. They have a more aggressive geometry with a slacker head tube angle for stability at high speeds. Trail bikes, on the other hand, are more versatile for a range of trail conditions, with shorter suspension travel (120-150mm) and a more balanced geometry for climbing and descending.

Trail mountain bikes are suitable for riders of various skill levels, from intermediate to advanced. They offer a great all-around riding experience, allowing riders to confidently tackle a variety of trails and obstacles. Whether you're hitting flowy trails in the woods or taking on technical descents in the mountains, a trail mountain bike will provide the versatility and performance you need.

Check out our blog post that goes over the different types of mountain bikes to help you make the best choice for your riding needs. At Primeau Vélo, we offer a wide selection of trail mountain bikes from top brands in the industry. Our knowledgeable staff can help you find the perfect bike that suits your riding style and preferences. Visit one of our stores or explore our online inventory to start your trail riding adventure today.