The easy way to a great deal of freedom. Sitting on a mountain bike brings about a great sense of freedom. No other type of biking is so closely linked to the enjoyment of nature, the playful handling of a bicycle or just coasting along in your leisure time. A lot has happened since mountain bikes came onto the global scene in the 80s, but one thing has remained constant: reliable 26-inch hardtails such as the MATTS provide easy access to the world of off-road tyres. They continue to be very popular in the mountain biking scene.
The “classic” 26’er beats other MTB versions in popularity, its price structure and availability of accessories and replacement parts. For everyone whose physique excludes riding a “big” mountain bike, 26 inchers continue to be the best choice for off-road bikes. Children and young people who are thinking about changing from 24 inchers find the MATTS bikes to be a reliable partner. Fenders, a side stand and/or a bike rack* can be permanently attached, perfect for riding to school and for every day. For 2016, the MATTS bike has a refreshing new coat of paint plus new graphics which seamlessly integrate it into the BIG.NINE and BIG.SEVEN ranges, which are also new.
*depending on model version
Brings you up to speed everywhere. You don’t need to have the Alps at your doorstep to experience maximum fun on your trail bike, if the bike can easily master all the challenges, from “long and relaxed” rides to “short and playful” ones. This is what the ONE-TWENTY is all about - a trail-loving dual-suspension bike. 130 mm front forks are optimally suited to the potent “120+” mm on the “Float Link” rear in order to give the bike the playful and confidence-inspiring character it has to have as a modern trail bike. The new NINETY-SIX, two wheel dimensions can be found for the four available frame sizes; the “big” 29er versions ride somewhat more smoothly and the 27.5 inchers are a bit more playful. The new ONE-TWENTY also shares its innovative internal cable routing with the full-suspension NINETY-SIX racer, including the possibility of installing a dropper seat post with internal routing.