Looking for a mountain bike in the Westchester County area? Our collection of bikes is one of the best of any mountain bike shops in the areas. Plus, we offer bike fittings, service, bike gear, and a lot more.
If you’ve never owned a mountain bike, just think of it as an all-terrain-vehicle. You can ride pretty much anywhere you like across all types of terrain. Key selection criteria when buying a mountain bike include suspension, wheel size, frame materials, gearing and brakes. Cyclists choose bikes with front suspension (hardtails) for their low weight, durability, agile feel, and precise handling. Whereas, mountain bikes with front and rear suspension allow greater control and comfort in all conditions.
Mountain bikes fall into various categories. A trail bike is the most common mountain bike style because they are fundamentally designed just for fun … hitting the trail with friends and having a good time outdoors. Cross-country bikes are for fast riding and designed for climbing owing to their efficiency and low weight. Fat bikes come with oversized tires to give them superior traction in snow or sand. This mountain bike style is great for beginners because the fat tires add stability to your ride. Finally, there’s the all-mountain bike designed to perform well on steep descents while also being light and nimble enough to pedal uphill.
Some other considerations when buying a mountain bike include:
Wheel size: 26 in., 27.5 in. or 29 in.
Frame material: aluminum, steel, titanium or carbon fiber
Gears: single speed to 30 or more
Brakes: disc, hydraulic, cable activated or rim
We always keep a great selection of bikes on hand at our mountain bike shop in Mt. Kisco. Our expert staff can help you decide which mountain bike best fits your riding style. We can also hook you up with some great bike gear. And don’t forget to ask them about getting set up with a bike fitting that will make your ride even more enjoyable.
Mountain bikes can take a beating. If you ever run into any problems, you can also depend on us for bike repair. Get a tune-up, cleaning, or even complete overhaul. We’ve been cited as one of the best bicycle repair shops in New York.