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Mountain Bike Guide

Hit the Trails

Bike all year around beautiful Southern Alberta, any way you like to ride. Tackle new paths on a great mountain bike or plow through snow on a fat bike - a little weather never stops us! We have full-suspension, hardtails, electric mountain bikes, fat bikes, and more, along with the gear to match. Browse our selection of quality bikes and discover new ways to conquer any terrain.

Choose Your Bike

Hardtail

Hardtail, or front-suspension, mountain bikes are great all-around off-road machines. Their simple design makes them a good choice for riding trails, gravel paths, light bikepacking, and even pavement.

Full Suspension

Full-suspension mountain bikes are designed to tackle a variety of tricky terrain. Having front and rear suspension helps keep both wheels in contact with the trail for better traction and control.

E-Mountain

Tackle your favorite trail with more gas left over at the end. Climb hills that were once insurmountable. Enjoy longer rides. Speed through flats. The possibilities are endless with electric mountain bikes. Available in hardtail and full suspension.

Fat Bikes

Arguably the most fun bikes out there, fat bikes have nice, thick tires that allow you to tear through snow, sand, and any other sloppy conditions that you can find. If you’re looking for traction and control, you want a fat bike.

Make the Most of Every Mile

Whether it’s your very first MTB or an addition to the stable, outfitting yourself and your bike with the right cycling apparel and accessories makes it easy to jump on and tear up the trails. Explore our recommendations for indispensable new bike gear for any riding conditions.

Helmets

Safety first, fun second. Look, it’s actually pretty safe out there, but you never know what’s around the next bend. Modern helmets are more protective and comfortable than ever and are styled to fit every rider’s personal preferences. Also, it’s good to replace your helmet every 3-5 years to ensure it works as designed when you need it.

Cycling Gloves

Wind-burned hands don’t make our list of great riding memories. Protect your paws from sun, wind, and snow with the right gloves. Bar mitts warm your hands and stave off winter conditions without impairing your movement, so you can stay outside without catching a chill. Lightweight gloves can guard you from calluses while staying breathable.

Eyewear

Don’t let a little mud get you down. Keep the trail out of your eyes with quality eyewear. Sunny conditions, especially in the snow, can be hard on your eyes, so make sure to wear UV rated sunglasses on your next ride. A stylish pair of spectacles can improve your adventures, not to mention keep you looking great.

Cycling Shoes

Designed for off-road adventures, mountain shoes feature durable construction and extra tread for hiking over rocks, loose dirt, and wet roots. Shoes with clip-in functionality increase pedaling efficiency and prevent your feet from slipping around on the pedals while covering aggressive terrain. 

Hydration

Staying hydrated is key to a successful ride so don't forget to pack plenty of water. Whether you prefer to carry the water on your bike or haul it on your back, you can find the hydration gear you need for your next trail adventure. We have a great selection of water bottles, bottle cages, hydration packs and systems, and more.

Where to Ride?

Southern Alberta has a great selection of MTB trails right nearby - even one we made ourselves. Whether you’re looking to build on skills or challenge yourself, there’s something for everyone.

Local Trails

Still Got Questions?

Shop for your new bike online and pick up in-store for free. Call or visit the shop with any questions, we’re happy to help point you in the right direction and get your day of riding started.