What are slopestyle bikes for?

Slopestyle bikes were designed to allow dirt jump riders to fly higher, hit rougher trails and give you extra stability when on air. Slopestyle is all about maximising air time whilst giving riders flexibility to pull the same tricks you would on a dirt jumper, with extra amplitude and wow effect.

What MTB is good for jumps?

Freeride Mountain Bikes The frame is more compact so the rider can more easily maneuver. And they are built for jumping and doing technical stunts. The frame is designed to be more flexible. They typically have around 160-180mm of travel in the suspension setup.

Can you jump a hardtail?

So, are hardtail mountain bikes good for jumps? Hardtail mountain bikes are good for jumps. It is also easier to jump on a hardtail mountain bike compared to a full-suspension mountain bike. However, because of the lack of a rear suspension, the drop on a hardtail won’t be as forgiving compared to a full suspension.

Can a hardtail go downhill?

Can you ride a hardtail downhill? Yes, you absolutely can ride a hardtail downhill. You’ll feel every bump your back tire hits but you can sure do it. In fact, many riders will ride a hardtail bike downhill to force themselves to learn how to pick a better path.

Can hardtail do jumps?

Are Hardtails better for jumping?

When you are deliberately jumping, a hardtail is easier to jump than a full suspension because hardtails are generally lighter and easier to elevate due to the lack of a rear suspension. However, in all other cases, a full-suspension bike takes the cake.

Can you mountain bike on a dirt jumper?

Can I trail ride on a dirt jumper bicycle? You can, but you wouldn’t want to. Dirt Jumpers are heavy, have 1-gear, are inefficient for pedaling in both frame design and seat height, and don’t have a front brake. They are specifically engineered for landing tricks and jumps.