Off Road Mountain Bikes (MTB)

Mountain Bikes have suspension to smooth the rocks and roots on rough trails. Mountain bikes come in 3 main wheel sizes. 26” wheels are nimble, 29” wheels are fast rolling and 27.5” (also called 650b) wheels are a compromise between the two. MTB wheels are wrapped in knobbly tyres for confident grip on loose terrain.

Hardtail bikes with front suspension forks are great for cross-country and recreation. Full suspension mountain bikes have front and rear travel to ride more challenging trails. Trail bikes are best suited for trail centre loops as they combine climbing efficiency with descending prowess. An enduro full sus MTB or downhill mountain bike offers more capable performance on the descents. A downhill bike is a specialist machine built for stability and performance.

Mountain bikes break down into the following sub categories, and these divisions are based roughly upon the type of suspension and amount of suspension travel, although the frame geometry is very different on each type of bike.


Zerobikes trial bikes

For riders who carve corners, attack technical trail features, and grind out epic climbs, our trail bikes are versatile and capable on all terrain.

Rocky Mountain Altitude PowerPlay C90 Brown and Cream | © Zero Ridge ltd

Our Enduro bikes are efficient and responsive, but come into their own when the track points down - from Bike Park Wales laps to undulating long fast trails, these bikes take it all in their stride.

Big Mountain

Total control and track-smashing capabilities, from Bike Park Wales laps, to World Cup racing, to huge Utah freeride lines.

Rocky Mountain Altitude PowerPlay C90 Brown and Cream | © Zero Ridge ltd
Mountain Bikes

Fully integrated, electric-assist mountain bikes - perfect for everything from self-shuttling all mountain trails, finding flow between the descents, and squeezing in power lunch rides.

sport trail bikes