Freeride Mountain Bikes

Freeride Mountain Bikes

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What is a freeride MTB?

A freeride MTB is a type of mountain bike designed for aggressive riding on challenging terrain, such as steep descents, drops, and jumps. These bikes are built for durability and performance in bike parks and other freeride mountain biking areas.

What does freeride mean in MTB?

Freeride in MTB refers to a style of mountain biking that emphasizes technical skill, creativity, and pushing limits. Freeride mountain biking often involves riding challenging terrain, performing tricks, and exploring new lines.

What is the difference between trail and enduro mountain biking?

Trail mountain biking is focused on all-around riding on a variety of terrain types, from smooth singletrack to more technical features. Enduro mountain biking is a racing format that involves timed downhill stages and untimed uphill sections. Enduro bikes are typically heavier and have more suspension travel than trail bikes, making them better suited for technical descents. Freeride mountain biking is a style of riding that can incorporate both trail and enduro features, but often involves more extreme terrain and trick riding.

Canyon's range of freeride mountain bikes

Canyon has a choice of two freeride MTBs on which you can truly test your skill. They were developed alongside some of our pro riders and you can see the likes of Kaos Seagrave getting maximum airtime.

Torque

The Canyon Torque was designed for big air with its long travel. Available with 27.5", 29" wheels or a mullet setup, you can really make this bike your own bike park toy. Choose between an aluminium or carbon frame depending on your budget. Relive the likes of Red Bull Rampage on your home trails!

Torque:ON

And now for the electric version, the Canyon Torque:ON. Squeeze in those extra laps of the bike park with the help of the motor. Save your energy for pushing your limits on the descents. Available with a variety of battery capacities, discover how much fun an electric mountain bike can be.

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