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For the Love of Dirt

Whether you're seeking adventure, a break from your routine, or a challenging workout, there’s a mountain bike that’s perfect for you. Landry's has an excellent selection of off-road bikes that are ideally suited for local biking trails — as well as a friendly store team ready to answer all your MTB questions.

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Hardtail Mountain Bikes

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 bike-packing, and even pavement.

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Full-Suspension Mountain Bikes

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.

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29er Mountain Bikes

With a larger wheel diameter, 29” mountain bikes offer big benefits to the rider. Bigger wheels roll faster, and you’ll experience greater momentum, better stability, and improved traction on a 29er.

Fat Bike in the snow

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.

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Electric Mountain Bikes

Electric-assist mountain bikes give you the power to ride more trails — and go higher, faster, and further than ever before. Climb every hill with less effort, enjoy longer rides, and have more fun being out there!

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Mountain-Biking Essentials

To help you prepare for your next ride, we have curated some of our favorite choices of mountain-bike essentials — so you can be "one" with nature.

Great Places to Ride

New England has a multitude of great places for mountain-biking. For a comprehensive listing of local trails, see the New England Mountain Bike Association's website.

NEMBA Trails Info