The 10 Best Men’s Mountain Bikes of 2019

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One of the best outdoor activities is mountain biking. You put on a hydration backpack, clip in your shoes, and then power up the hill in front of you. Birds chirp. Trees sway in the wind. To get up to the top though, you need a solid set of wheels. That is why I give you The 10 Best Men’s Mountain Bikes of 2019. With this article in hand, you will be powering up those hills and cruzing down the valleys in no time flat.

Before we get started though, you need to keep these factors in mind when looking at mountain bikes: suspension, the different types, wheel size, frame, gear number, and brake type. It is not everything, but is the vast majority of what people look for in a mountain bike.

There are three types of suspension: rigid, hard tail, and full suspension. When it comes to the former, you absorb everything on the bike. You often see these on street racing bikes and BMX trick bikes. Hard tail bikes only have suspension in the front. They are less expensive than full suspension and better for cross-country and all mountain riders. Full suspension bikes come with suspension in the front and back. It makes the riding a lot easier. They are better for bumpy trails and more expensive as a result.


You can expect to find five different types of mountain bikes: trail, cross-country, fat, all-mountain, and downhill/park.

Trail bikes are not specific to any category, a generalist so to speak, and makes them better for a weekend with friends, fun, and efficiency. Cross-country bikes are for long rides. They emphasize racing. If you want to go competitive, then this is your best shot. A fat bike has a fat tire. They provide a lot of traction, making them great for sand and snow as well as beginners.

On all-mountain bike terrain, you can expect to find monster hills and deep descents. These bikes tend to be lightweight and include more technical features to handle all the rigor these bikes go through. Downhill/park bikes are designed to be taken up a lift. They are big and tough, designed for steep descents.

When looking at wheel size, bigger wheels means you move over more terrain faster. Bigger wheels are harder to get going though. There are three sizes here: 26 inches (66 cm), 27.5 inches (69.9 cm), and 29 inches (73.7 cm). Smaller wheels can accelerate faster.

There are four types of frames: aluminum, steel, carbon, and titanium. If there were a ranking of lightest to heaviest, it would be titanium, carbon, aluminum, and steel. You won’t find any titanium bikes on here because they are quite expensive. Carbon is expensive too and you won’t find many of them in the low price range. Most bikes listed here are aluminum. Only one bike listed here is steel because it is quite heavy.

You also need to consider the gear number. More gears is better for more complex terrain like the all-mountain bikes. If you will be just cruzing around town and only will be heading up and down hills every now and again, then you may not need as many gears.


There are two types of brakes: disc and rim.

Disc brakes come in two versions: hydraulic and cable-activated. With hydraulic brakes, the braking has gradations and self-adjust with the brake pads as they wear down. For cable-activated brakes, you must adjust them by hand. These types of brakes are more consistent, cheaper to replace, work better in more difficult conditions, and reduce hand stress, but the pads are also more difficult to check and hydraulic brakes are more expensive.

With rim brakes, you can see pad wear. I prefer this type just because of that alone. I like to be aware of what is going on with my bike. These brakes also are cheaper. You save money. You do have some disadvantages that include wearing out the rim, lower stopping power, more fingering effort to stop the bike, and not working as well in poorer conditions.

My number one piece of advice when looking at a mountain bike is for you to see it in person. You can get an idea of what is in store for you and test it out. You do not have a feel for a bike unless you can touch it and smell it in person.

Let’s get started.

Vilano Blackjack 3.0 29er MTB with 29-Inch Wheels

Specs at a Glance


Weight: 41 lbs
(18.6 kg)
Size: 17 inch (43.2 cm), 20 inch (50.8 cm)
Colors: black/red
Frame: Double Butted 6061 Aluminum
Fork: 26″ Suspension Fork Alloy w/ Lockout
Shifters: Shimano EF-51 Easyfire 7spd
Speeds: 21
Wheels: 26″ Mag Alloy
Rear Derailleur: Shimano Tourney TZ50
Front Derailleur: Shimano TZ30
Brakes: Mechanical Disc

Why Should You Consider this Mountain Bike?

If you are looking for an excellent beginner bike to hit the trail, then this is the one for you. If you plan to cruise to school, commute to work, or bike around the neighborhood, then this bike will do its job. Once you clock out though, you can hit the trail in no time flat.

One of the most appealing features about this bike is its price. The bike does not even break $500. As a university student on a budget, I find it to be quite an appealing feature. If you are on a budget, then this is worth a serious look. You won’t go crying home about this bike’s price. It is a fun bike for its price. Whether you are looking for a birthday present or something to get you moving on the road, this bike has got you covered.

When it comes to this bike, you should be aware it does require some assembly, so be sure to take it to your local bike shop for a safety check. You do not want to be running into any problems on the trail. That could spell disaster.

On Amazon, this bike averages 4 stars out of over 50 reviews. It is not the most number of reviews or a very high rating for that matter, but it is a solid bike. Not many bikes have that many reviews online. Most do not even break ten. You can trust this bike because so many others have looked at it.

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Co-op Cycles DRT 1.1 Bike

Specs at a Glance

Sizes: small (5’3″ – 5’6″ (1.6 – 1.68 m)), medium (5’6″- 5’9″ (1.68 – 1.75 m)), large (5’9″ – 6’0″ (1.75 – 1.83 m)), extra large (6’0″ – 6’3″ (1.83 – 1.91 m))
Colors: eclipse blue
Frame: Co-op Cycles 6061 aluminum
Fork: SR Suntour XCT 27.5
Fork travel: 100 mm
Wheel Size: 27.5 inches
Weight: 32.78 lbs
Number of Gears: 24
Brake Type: Hydraulic Disc Brake
Chain: KMC 8-speed

Why Should You Consider this Mountain Bike?

This is an excellent bike from REI. If you are looking for a bike to tear up the trail at a reasonable price, then this is worth serious consideration. It is more expensive than the Vilano Blackjack, but not by much. If you have some extra money in your pocket and want to do better than what you just saw without going too big, then this is something to consider.

Also, if you are part of the REI co-op, you should join. Because not only will you get access to incredible deals, this bike’s price will help you out a lot. You will get cash back from REI. For all big purchases, you need to be a part of the co-op. With REI bikes, they cannot be beat for performance, price, and durability. You will be sure to shred up the hills on this set of wheels.

This bike comes with hydraulic disks. For bikes at this price, that is rarity. It speaks to the quality REI delivers to its customers. You get a solid bike for a bargain of a price. If I had a bit more cash in my wallet, then I would really consider this bike. The bike is quite appetizing. REI delivers quality in all of their outdoor gear.

On REI’s website, this bike averages 4.4 stars out of over 25 reviews. It is definitely not the most, but it is quite a lot in the world of online bikes. You get a solid bike at a fair price.

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Diamondback Bicycles Overdrive

Specs at a Glance

Sizes: XS (5′-5’3″ (1.52 – 1.6 m), S (5’3″-5’6″ (1.6 – 1.68 m)), M (5’6″-5’9″ (1.68 – 1.75 m)), L (5’9″-6′ (1.75 – 1.83 m)), XL (6′-6’4″ (1.83 – 1.93 m))
Colors: dark green
Chain: KMC Z82, 8 Speed
Frame: Overdrive 29″ Butted 6061-T6 Aluminum, Forged Drop Outs, w/ Replaceable Hanger, Disc Only
Fork: SR Suntour XCT 29″, Coil Spring, 100mm Travel, w/ Preload Adjust
Headset: FSA IS-3/NO.11 Integrated Style
Cranks: Suntour XCC, 42/32/22T
Bottom bracket: Steel Cartridge, 122mm Spindle
Front derailleur: Shimano Tourney TX800, Top Swing, Dual Pull, 34.9mm Clamp Diameter
Back derailleur: Shimano Acera M360, 8 Speed
Shifter: Shimano EF-510 Easyfire, 3×8 Speed
Cogset: Shimano HG31 Cassette, 8 Speed, 11-32T
Front hub: 32h Alloy w/ CNC Disc Mount
Rear hub: 32h Alloy Cassette w/ CNC Disc mount
Spokes: 14g Stainless Steel
Rims: 32h Diamondback SL-27.5 Doublewall
Tires: Schwalbe Rapid Rob, Kevlar guard, 29×2.25″
Brakes: Tektro Aries Mechanical Disc w/ 180mm Front / 160mm Rear Rotors

Why Should You Consider this Mountain Bike?

One of the most appealing features about this bike is its price. It is more pricey than REI’s co-op bike, but you get an equal increase in quality. The lightweight aluminum frame means you will be shredding up the hills like a champ in no time flat. The bike has a wide range of gears, so you can easily tackle all sorts of terrain. It may seem daunting to assemble a bike on your own, but that is part of the fun process.

Whether you are tearing it up on the trail or commuting to and from work, this bike will be sure to give you versatility. If you are a student, you can get to class no problem. This bike is, unfortunately, out of my own price range as a university student, but I would consider this bike if I have more in my pocket.

The bike also comes from Diamondback. It is a solid brand. They have been selling bikes for years as a reputable company, so you can be sure to put your trust in them without any problems. The mechanical disks make it easy to slow down and the different gears make it simple to power up the hills like a champ. You can be sure to shred down the valleys in no time flat.

On Amazon, this bike averages 4.2 stars out of over 25 reviews. It is a well reviewed bike. It is definitely not the most, but you can rest easy knowing so many people have reviewed the bike.

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Co-op Cycles DRT 1.2 Bike

Specs at a Glance

Sizes: XS (5′-5’3″ (1.52 – 1.6 m), S (5’3″-5’6″ (1.6 -1.68 m)), M (5’6″-5’9″ (1.68 – 1.75 m)), L (5’9″-6′ (1.75 – 1.83 m)), XL (6′-6’3″ (1.83 – 1.91 m))
Frame: Aluminum
Bike Suspension: Front Suspension
Fork: SR Suntour XCR dual piston suspension with remote lockout
Fork travel: 120 mm
Crankset: Shimano Acera, 40-30-22
Bottom bracket: Shimano
Shifters: Shimano Altus
Front derailleur: Shimano Altus
Rear derailleur: Shimano Deore Shadow, 9-speed
Rear cogs: Shimano Alivio, 12-36, 9-speed
Number of gears: 27
Brake type: Hydraulic Disc Brake
Brakes: Tektro HD-M290 hydraulic
Brake levers: Tektro HD-M290
Rims: Co-op Cycles 27.5 alloy, 32H
Front hub: Co-op Cycles alloy, 15mm thru axle
Rear hub: Co-op Cycles alloy
Wheel Size: 27.5 inches (69.9 cm)
Tire width: 2.2 inches (5.6 cm)
Handlebar shape: riser bar
Chain: KMC narrow chain
Weight: 31.8 lbs (14.4 kg)

Why Should You Consider this Mountain Bike?

The older sister of the co-op 1.1, the Co-Op 1.2 delivers what the 1.1 has and more. The bike has over 25 gears for different speeds of all sorts. You can go at super low gears for power or higher ones for speed. A fork with 120 mm enables you to ride rougher trails without any problem. You can be bouncing up and down on the dirtiest trail and be just fine. There will hardly be a thing to deter you.

Also, when you are a part of the co-op, you receive a dividend for buying any REI product. Now that is a solid deal. You buy a excellent bike at a bargain and receive cash back to just about anything you want later. I am a co-op member myself and I buy at REI as much as I can. If I had a bit more in my pocket, then I would go for this deal, but I cannot because I am a university student.

If you are a beginner, then you want to consider this bike. It is solid and quite user-friendly. You get a lot of features you would not find in regular bikes at its price, so grab it while you can.

On REI’s website, the bike averages 4.5 stars out of over 20 reviews the last time I checked, so plenty of people have used this bike before and turned out just fine. For online bikes, that is quite a high rating. Not many other bikes can compete.

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Heller Barghest Carbon 27.5+ Bike NX: Medium Flat Black

Specs at a Glance

Color: flat black
TT (effective): 25
Wheel size: 27.5″ (69.9 cm)
Frame type: suspension
Frame material: carbon
Front Axle: 15mm Thru x 110mm
Rear Axle: 12mm Thru x 148mm
Fork type: Suspension
Weight: 32 lbs (14.5 kg)

Why Should You Consider this Mountain Bike?

This is a beast of a bike. You can power up the hills in no time flat with its lightweight frame. Turning the corner, you can maneuver with ease like a pro. You can be coasting down the hill through a breeze with this bike. Because of its low weight, the bike handles like a lucid dream. You can maneuver the bike with ease. There will not be any problems with the handlebars.

The biggest detractor about this bike is its price. I could buy a used car at this bike’s price off Craigslist. I hope to afford this bike one day down the road. At the same time though, you get your money’s worth. Heller delivers on every penny you pay for this monster. The bike gives you a bargain even though it has a carbon frame. For its price, it is just an incredible deal. The carbon frame to price ratio is its biggest appeal. No other bike has the best bang for the buck.

Heller has been around the block for quite a while now, so it knows its bikes. The brand brings a solid bike to the table for you to tear up the hillside with.

From what I have searched online, I have been unable to find any ratings, but I would say that is largely due to the price. Not too many people buy their bike online, but rather in person. You shouldn’t let that deter you though. On Heller’s website though, I saw two reviews. Both were five stars. Each owner loved the bike. It is only two reviews, but the high ratings are reassuring and you can be sure to find highly rated, in depth reviews of this bike elsewhere.

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Diamondback Bicycles 5C Carbon Full Suspension

Specs at a Glance

Sizes: XS (5′-5’3″ (1.52 – 1.6 m), S (5’3″-5’6″ (1.6 – 1.68 m)), M (5’6″-5’9″ (1.68 – 1.75 m)), L (5’9″-6′ (1.75 – 1.83 m)), XL (6′-6’4″ (1.83 – 1.93 m))
Weight: 32.0 lbs (14.5 kg)
Frame: Carbon, 130mm travel w/ Level Link suspension
Shock: Fox Performance Elite Float DPX
Fork: Fox 36 Performance Elite Float 150 mm travel
Divetrain: Truvativ Descendant Carbon cranks w/ SRAM X01 Eagle rear derailleur
Cogset: SRAM Eagle 12-speed, 10-50T
Shifters: SRAM X01 Eagle 1×12 speed
Brakes: SRAM Guide RS hydraulic disc
Dropper Seatpost: KS LEV Integra Internal Dropper, w/SouthPaw Remote, 31.6mm
Tubeless compatible wheel set: yes

Why Should You Consider this Mountain Bike?

Here comes another splendid bike from Diamondback. They really have outdone themselves with this one. We’re definitely moving on up in price now here in the article and this one is just that way too. The biggest downside to this bike is its price. Otherwise, you more than get what you pay for. The carbon construction means it is as light as bikes come, so you can carry it around without any problem. You can expect to ride solidly uphill without any issue.

If you are planning to peddle up technical terrain, then this bike has got you covered. It works like a dream. Just clip right on in and you are all set to head up like a charm. Compared to others on the market, this bike has a high part spec number. Not many other bikes come close to what this one can offer.

Because of the bike’s level link suspension system, the newest technology the world can offer, the bike handles well through the roughest terrain. You can bob up and down while feeling little. It rides like dolphin on a Sunday. In other words, this mountain bike is smooth. Not only does it ride well, but you get a solid price too, a bargain in fact.

On Amazon, this bike has four stars, but only out of six reviews so far. As time goes on, you can expect more and more reviews of this bike to come out, so don’t you worry.

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Cannondale Trail 5 27.5/29 Bike – 2018

Specs at a Glance

Frame: aluminum
Bike suspension: front suspension
Fork: RockShox XC30 TK 29/27.5 in., 100mm, rebound, 1-1/8 in., coil
Fork travel: 100 mm
Crankset: FSA Alpha, 3-piece, forged, 30t
Shifters: Shimano Deore M6000 1 x 10-speed
Rear derailleur: Shimano Deore M6000, 10-speed Shadow Plus
Rear cogs: Sunrace 11 – 42, 10-speed
Number of gears: 10 gear(s)
Brake type: Hydraulic Disc Brake
Brakes: Shimano M315 hydraulic disc, 180/160mm (29 in.), 160/160mm (27.5 in.)
Brake levers: Shimano M315 hydraulic disc
Rims: WTB STX TCS i23m 32-hole, tubeless-ready
Front hub: Formula DC1420
Rear hub: Custom BOOST QR Formula
Wheel size: S: 27.5 inches (69.9 cm); M: 29 inches (73.7 cm); L: 29 inches (73.7 cm); XL: 29 inches (73.7 cm)
Tires: WTB Ranger Comp 27.5/29 x 2.25 in. DNA Compound
Tire width: 2.25 inches (5.7 cm)
Handlebar shape: flat bar
Handlebar: Cannondale C3 riser, alloy, 4mm upsweep, 9mm backsweep, 760 x 15mm
Stem: Cannondale C3, 6061 alloy
Seat post: Cannondale C4, 6061 alloy, 31.6 x 350mm
Saddle: Cannondale Stage 3
Pedals: Cannondale platform
Headset: Sealed semi-integrated, 1-1/8 in. reducer
Chain: KMC X10, 10-speed
Weight: 30 lbs (13.6 kg)
Sizes: XS (5′-5’3″ (1.52 – 1.6 m), S (5’3″-5’6″ (1.6 -1.68 m)), M (5’6″-5’9″ (1.68 – 1.75 m)), L (5’9″-6′ (1.75 – 1.83 m)), XL (6′-6’3″ (1.83 – 1.91 m))

Why Should You Consider this Mountain Bike?

If you are looking for a solid mountain bike, you can find it in this one. In this bike, you can find a balance of race-level quickness and confidence-inspiring stability. In other words, you get the best of both worlds. It is the kind of bike that is good for a beginner. The bike offers flexibility. If you are just starting out mountain biking, then this bike offers you flexibility. You can speed against your friends while being as steady as the hands of an expert sniper.

One of the most appealing features about this bike is its price. While it is not as expensive as the 5C Diamondback or the Heller Barghest Carbon. It does fight above its weight class. If you have more money in your pocket and want to go beyond the Vilano Blackjack just a bit more, then this is worth your consideration. This bike is good for the beginner with a bit more in their pocket.

Again, since you can get this bike through REI, you will get cashback on other outdoor gear after you buy it. You can use the extra money to buy a helmet or anything else you might need for your new mountain bike. That is the nice part about buying through REI. You get all sorts of benefits.

On REI’s website, this bike averages five stars out of two reviews. I know what you’re thinking. That is not that much. As time goes on, you can expect more and more people to review this bike. You can also be sure to find other, more in depth reviews online elsewhere.

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Diamondback Bicycles Line 27.5 Hard tail Mountain Bike

Specs at a Glance

Frame: 6061-T6 Butted Alloy for 27.5″, 1 1/8″ Head Tube, Formed Top and Down Tube, w/ Integrated Disc Brake Tabs, Progressive Geometry, Internal Dropper Ready
Fork: SR Suntour XCR 120mm Travel, 32mm Stanchions, Magnesium Lowers, w/ Preload Adjust and Hydrolic Lock Out
Headset: FSA IS-3/NO.11 Integrated Style
Cranks: Alloy Arm w/ 30T Steel “Narrow Wide” Single Ring
Bottom bracket: Sealed Cartridge
Front derailleur: Full ISCG-05 Chain Guide w/ Roller
Rear derailleur: Shimano Acera M3000 Shadow, 9 Speed
Shifter: Shimano Acera M3000, 9 Speed
Cogset: Shimano HG200, 9 Speed, 11-36T
Chain: KMC Z99, 9 Speed
Front hub: 32h Alloy w/ CNC Disc Mount
Rear hub: 32h Alloy w/ CNC Disc Mount, Cassette
Spokes: 14g Stainless Steel
Rims: 32h Diamondback SL-27.5 Doublewall
Tires: WTB Vigilante, 27.5×2.3″
Brakes: Shimano M315 Hydraulic Disc, w/ 180mm Front and 160mm Rear Rotors
Brake levers: Shimano M315 Hydraulic
Pedals: DB4L Alloy Platform
Handlebar: Diamondback, 750mm Wide, 15mm Rise, 31.8 Bar Bore
Grips: New DB “Flanged” 135mm Silcone
Stem: Diamondback “Shortie”, 45mm Reach, 31.8 Bar Bore
Seat: DB Sync’r Saddle
Seatpost: Alloy Micro Adjust, 30.9mm
Extras: Owner’s Manual, Assembly Guide, Tool Kit*
Sizes: S/16″/Rider Height: 5’4″ – 5’7″ (1.63 – 1.7 m); M/18″/Rider Height: 5’7″ – 5’10” (1.7 – 1.78 m); L/20″/Rider Height: 5’10” – 6’1″ (1.78 – 1.85 m); XL/22″/Rider Height: 6’1″ – 6’4″(1.85 – 1.93 m)

Why Should You Consider this Mountain Bike?

This bike is an all around hard tail champ. If you are looking for a mountain bike which will take you down the hill in a breeze, then this is the one for you. It is a versatile bike. You can do it all on this hard tail.

Not only is it a solid bike, but the assembly time is short. It only takes 30 to 60 minutes for most people to finish. You can get it on a Friday morning and then be barreling down the mountain with your buddies all weekend. It sounds like a blast doesn’t it? This bike has a chain guide to keep the chain in place, so it won’t skip or hit your legs as often as you barrel down the hill.

The bike is also fairly light, only weighing in at 31 lbs. It is not as light as a carbon frame, but it is pretty close for its price. For what you get out of this bike, the price is more than fair. At under $1000, this bike delivers what you would expect and more.

If you are a beginner, this is a bike worth your consideration. The price is reasonable, so you will sweat more on the trail than when you buy it. The bike offers a smooth ride into the world of mountain biking. You can get a taste of what’s in store for you on these wheels. When it comes to hard tails, this will be your best bet at its price.

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BEIOU Carbon Fiber 27.5 Mountain Bike Hard tail

Specs at a Glance

Colors: black, 29er white, white & red
Sizes: 17 inches (43.2 cm), 19 inches (48.3 cm)
Weight: 10.7 kg (27.2 lbs), 11.8 kg (30 lbs)
Frame, handlebar, and seat post: Toray T800 Carbon Fiber
Brakes: Hidden Disc Brake
Fork: Air Fork Suspension
Speed: 3*10 Speed
Tires: MAXXIS 27.5*2.10 65psi
Shifters: 30-speed Shimano Shifter
Wheels: RT 27.5 professional MTB wheel set

Why Should You Consider this Mountain Bike?

If you want a carbon frame without all the high prices, then this is the way to go. You get a solid bike at a more than reasonable price to boot. If you are a beginner who does not want to pay a premium for the top of the line, then this is the way to go. It is a hard tail, so the bike will be a bit bumpy on the bum but, again, this bike is a carbon frame. That is huge for what you are getting at this price.

Everything about this bike is solid. You are not just getting the carbon frame, but an array of well working components along with it. The makers thought out every part of this bike. This bike works best cross-country. You do not want to be heading downhill too often with this bike. It can be bumpy.

The bike is topped off with a solid seat. It has plenty of padding, so it helps to work against the effects of the hard tail. If you look at the gear and train system of this bike, you will find everything working like a well oiled machine. The manufacturers were meticulous looking after every detail.

On Amazon, this bike averages 4.1 stars out of over 65 reviews. It may not seem like the most, but mountainbikespro.com gives it 9.4 stars out of 10, adventuregearlabs.com gives it 4.8 stars out of 5, and mountainbikereviewed.com gives the bike a 98%. It is a well-received bike.

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Mongoose Dolomite Fat Tire Mountain Bike

Specs at a Glance

Frame: steel
Gearing: 7 speeds with Shimano rear derailleur for all types of riding
Brakes: Dual disc brakes provide all-condition braking
Tires: 26″ x 4″ (66 x 10.2 cm) all-terrain knobby tires
Rims: Alloy 4″ (10.2 cm) wide rims for lightweight durability
Dimensions: 56″L x 27″W x 38″H (142.2 x 68.6 x 96.5 cm)
Weight: 59 lbs (26.8 kg)

Why Should You Consider this Mountain Bike?

The best thing going for this mountain bike is its tires. With bigger wheels on the bike, you gain more traction. If you are a beginner, then this bike will be quite forgiving. You gain a lot of terrain flexibility. The bike won’t give you any trouble on the beach or in the snow.

Another awesome feature about this bike is its price. It does not even crack $500. You save a lot of money. If you are on a tight budget or just want a small bite of mountain biking, then this is worth consideration.

At the same time though, there is a key downside to this bike: the frame. It is rigid, so you feel just about everything the bike goes through. The bumpiness is mitigated by the big tires but still. Also, the frame is steel. That means the bike is quite heavy, at almost 60 lbs. Every time you lift the bike it’s like you are at the weight room working out, but it is tempered by the price. You do get what you pay for at such a reasonable price.

On Amazon, this bike averages 4 out of almost 400 reviews, making it a well-received product but obviously not the most. Many people have bought and used it and it turned out just fine for them. The 4 star rating may not seem high, but Walmart’s customers gave the bike 4.3 stars out of almost 440 reviews, so I will let you be the judge.

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Are You Going to Check Out One of These Mountain Bikes?

I am going to be straight with you. If you click on one of the links above and buy mountain bike, I will receive a commission. If you do so, you will help out the site a lot. You do not have to, but you would be a good person if you did so. The choice is yours and all in your hands.

If you have any thoughts, questions, or think I missed anything, do not hesitate to comment below and please share the article. Thank you so much and I hope you make it a great day!

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22 Comments on “The 10 Best Men’s Mountain Bikes of 2019”

  1. Wow! I like this post, I don’t know if I still remember how to ride a bike but I love the BEIOU Carbon Fiber 27.5 and the Mongoose Dolomite Fat tire. I actually like that one a lot. But since you say these are for men, can’t women ride them too?

    1. I appreciate the compliment Rose. I personally prefer the BEIOU Carbon Fiber 27.5″ over the Mongoose Dolomite Fat Tire, but the latter is still a solid bike.

      You asked a good question. Women can also ride these bikes. These bikes, though, are designed for men, but women can ride them just as well.

      Thank you for sharing and I hope you make it a great day!

  2. Alex – I enjoyed your post, nice job in providing so many specific details, pics and benefits for each, I really like that. I found it informative and helpful for researching bikes. I learned a few new things. I like the Vilano Blackjack! Thanks!

    1. I am glad to hear you enjoyed the article Jeff. I always strive for that in each of my articles, detail. It is critical. It is good to know you like the Vilano Blackjack. That mountain bike is quite fine.

      Thank you for sharing and I hope you make it a great day!

  3. Hi Alex,

    I used to love rambling on my mountain bike as a kid! Older now and really been thinking of getting a bike to help stay in shape. I see you have a few options above and so I will be looking further in them.

    With information provided here I can see why you believe they are the 10 best men’s mountain bikes – they really are built to last forever.

    I believe in paying for the top end items because they are made to last much longer. Hmm, I really like the fat wheels one, looks like it could be good particularly dangerous bumps and pot holes in the road.

    Thanks again Alex and now I am off to see the prices. All the best Alex.

    1. I am glad this article brought up fond memories for you Philip. As we get older, it is important to stay in shape. All of these mountain bikes are built to last. You can expect to enjoy them for years to come. When you pay a bit more up front, you experience savings down the road. I am glad to hear you will be checking out some of these mountain bikes more.

      Thank you for sharing and I hope you make it a great day!

  4. Mountain biking looks so fun, I’ve always wanted to do it. But the thing is, my family does not like raw nature as I do, and my girlfriend does not know how to ride a bike, and she doesnt want to learn because she’s scared of falling. The last thing I would do is go out into nature by myself though, I’ve seen the movies, and those experiences on animal planet. 

    If I had to purchase a bike, I’d want it to be fully carbon fiber, that way its hella light so i can carry it with a finger, and its increasingly durable. 

    1. All it takes is a bit of practice in a safe environment and your girlfriend can be mountain biking like a pro in no time flat. You are right about going out alone Ty. It can be dangerous.

      Yes, carbon fiber is the way to go. It’s like carrying a feather.

      Thank you for sharing and I hope you make it a great day!

  5. Thank you for sharing with us this wonderful review on 10 best men’s mountain bikes. You have recommended very great bicycles. I like riding bicycle when I am on holidays and on weekends but most of the bicycles found in my country are not favorable for mountains.

    I will order Diamondback Bicycles Overdrive because I found it suitable to my size and the price is not too high.

    1. I appreciate the compliment on the article Julienne. It is kind of you to say. I am sorry to hear about not being able to find good mountain bikes in your country. It happens.

      I am glad to know you plan to get the Diamondback Overdrive Mountain Bike. It will be a blast to tear up the mountainside with.

      Thank you for sharing and I hope you make it a great day!

  6. Hey nice post on mountain bikes.

    Mind if I ask a question, I notice a lot of the steering handle bars are quite different but they are all mountain bikes? What is the reasoning for some to be quite narrow and some to be quite wide? Is it a comfort thing or is their more to it? I like a few the bikes you have shown just a little bit unsure which to get because I am new to mountain biking. You got any idea which type I should get?

    1. I appreciate the compliment Sam.

      There is no magical formula for bar width. At the end of the day, it comes down to personal preference. From my own research, most people do not recommend going below 780 mm. Bar width does not relate to height. It depends on how you like to ride. If you ride on tight trails, you want a narrower width to avoid getting caught up in trees. If you plan to get airborne a lot, narrower bars work best.

      For riders who plough steep tracks and head fast downhill, wider bars work best. You get more stability and control out of a wider bar from the increased leverage. For a beginner, I would recommend a wider bar. It’s what I recommend for you. I hope this answers your question and alleviates your concerns.

      Thank you for sharing and I hope you make it a great day!

  7. You have done great work in the area of research and not to mention your site looks very great. For those of us who loves cycling, we are for sure getting a great deal of useful information and tips on how to take care of our bikes. That is to say but the least.

    1. I appreciate the compliment Charles. It is nice to hear you enjoy my site and article.

      Thank you for sharing and I hope you make it a great day!

  8. Alex, thanks for your in depth post with all the details for each bike. I’m very fond of my Scott mountain bike I bought many years ago. But things in the biking world have moved on a lot since then with front and back suspension, disc brakes and the rest. Reading your post, I think it is time for an update!

    1. I appreciate the compliment James.

      It is good to hear you are enjoying your mountain bike after all of these years. Times have changed quite a bit since then though. I am glad to hear you plan to get a new one.

      Thank you for sharing and I hope you make it a great day!

  9. Wow! Alex,

    To be honest, I love mountain bikes. And I can say I have learned a lot from this post about your top 10 mountain bikes listed in this article. The truth is that, I didn’t know much about mountain bikes until reading this thorough and well written article.

    I didn’t know about the various types of mountain bikes you have listed here. Such as the trail, cross-country, fat, all-mountain, and even the downhill/park.

    I also didn’t know the various features of these bikes, such as their weight and even the materials used in making them. The ONLY material I’m familiar with are Aluminum and steel. I never knew bikes are made with some useful materials like  titanium and even carbon. I wish I could see a bike made with such a material. I just can’t imagine the weight of such a bike and how fast it will move. 

    In all, I will say thanks so much. This has been a very useful article and I have bookmarked it so that in case I want to buy one of these bikes in the future I will do that through your website.

    Thanks a lot for sharing with us.

    Stephen.

    1. I am sure you are not one of the only people who love mountain bikes Stephen.

      There is a lot more to learn about them than meets the eye. There are quite a lot of features to them too. Yes, mountain bikes are also made from titanium and carbon too. Both work quite well.

      I am glad to hear you bookmarked this article. It is kind of you to do.

      Thank you for sharing and I hope you make it a great day!

  10. I like biking but I was not able to go far, however my interest did not fade. I actually have one steel framed, the cheapest one on the market.

    I like bikes and I’m so impressed with the light ones. In this review the lightest is titanium, carbon, aluminum, and steel. When it comes to durability is titanium better than the others?

    I am wondering what kind of bike do the stunts use?

    1. I appreciate the compliment Abagatan. You are right it was a long piece, but I strive to be thorough.

      Titanium is a durable metal for mountain bikes. It is strong and sturdy. Its durability is better than aluminum and steel and is a little better than carbon fiber.

      For stunt or BMX bikes (I assume this is what you refer to stunts), the riders use a chrome – molybdenum steel alloy. It’s lightweight and durable.

      Thank you for sharing and I hope you make it a great day!

  11. Good Day, Alex.

    Mountain Biking is the new age method to use when exploring the mountains. Like you, I am an avid outdoor enthusiast.

    I love how you describe these bikes. The full compliment of specs are a boon for understanding the complexity and detail that modern bikes possess. Your breakdown of frame and brake types, composition,  function and purpose is very detailed and complete.

    I do own a mountain bike but I do most of my outdoor stuff, on my feet.

    Your post has inspired me to bring my bike along, on my next mountain adventure.

    I am vicariously coasting DOWN the mountain as I write these few words to express my approval and satisfaction. I am particularly intrigued by the “fat-tire” bike. I was surprised by its low cost and affordability. My last experience in the snow was on an old-fashioned set of wheels. Struggling to maintain balance it often ended in frustration and failure. However, a good laugh was always had by all.

    Enjoy the outdoors, and thanks for this informative post. I will reread it to retrieve more of its detail.

    Happy trails.

    Paul

    1. Yes, mountain biking is definitely a new phenomenon for a lot of people. I appreciate the compliment on the detail of my article Paul. The nitty gritty is where people learn the inner workings of their bikes.

      It is good to know this post has inspired you to get outdoors. LOL! It’s not safe to “mountain bike and text” at the same time! A fat tire bike works well in snow and sand, so it has got you covered in Winter and Summer.

      Thank you for sharing and I hope you make it a great day!

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