Below are the list of some of the best mountain bikes which you should posses if you are a mountain biking fanatic.
Cannondale Bad Habit
Plus-size tires which are between 2.7 and 3 inches wide are the hottest trend in the mountain bikes. The fatter options in that range bridge the gap between traditional models and the treads on true fat bikes, which can exceed 4 inches. Cannondale’s Bad Habit is one of the latest bikes to embody this trend, which lets it earn a number one spot. Based on the Habit, a traditional full-suspension bike with 27.5-inch wheels, this brawnier version uses wider rims and 3-inch wide tires. The Bad Habit 2 comes with a 2×10 drivetrain and RockShox fork; the more-expensive Bad Habit 1 has a single-ring drivetrain and Cannondale’s single-sided Lefty Fork.
Liv’s Lust Advanced 1 comes equipped with a carbon frame, 27.5 inch wheels and 100mm of rear-wheel travel, which makes for a light, fast, full-suspension mountain bike- and one of the best mountain bikes of 2016. It’s just as happy to take holeshot in your next XC race as it will be a bang around on the trails with your friends on the weekend. The Advanced 1 build is new this year for the Lust, and worth a good look: You get the brand new valued-pack SRAM GX 1×11 drivetrain- which is tested ad can vouch for as being nearly indistinguishable from its higher-end siblings- and a dropper seatpost, two items which can significantly enhance your riding experience.
Pivot Mach 429 Trail
Pivot Mach 429 Trail is an antidote to the 29er full suspension bikes that feel big and cumbersome. As it consists of a low standover, short chainstays, and a stiif frame this makes handling precise, the Mach 429 Trail feels smaller under the rider than many other 29er trail bikes. This makes it easier to maneuver and whip around switchbacks.