MOUNTAINBIKE FULL SUSPENSION

MOUNTAINBIKE FULL SUSPENSION

MOUNTAINBIKE FULL SUSPENSION
  1. FOCUS SAM

    Enduro 

    FOCUS SAM
    FOCUS SAM
    FOCUS SAM
    • From €1
    • No obstacle is too great
    • For Enduro riders with racing ambitions
    • 170/170 mm suspension travel and 27.5" wheels
    • overall more downhill than uphill
    • For Enduro racing and bike parks
  2. FOCUS O1E

    Cross-Country 

    FOCUS O1E
    FOCUS O1E
    FOCUS O1E
    • From €3299
    • Shifts racing requirements
    • Full-suspension race bike for difficult XC courses
    • 100 mm or 120 mm suspension fork and 29" wheels
    • 100 mm F.O.L.D. full suspension
    • For technically sophisticated race tracks and energy-sapping stage races, like Cape Epic
  3. JAM

    All-Mountain 

    JAM
    JAM
    JAM
    • From €1
    • Conquers all mountains
    • Partner for endless alpine adventures
    • 140 mm suspension travel with 29" wheels or 150 mm suspension travel with 27.5" wheels
    • F.O.L.D. full suspension
    • For transalp rides (50/50 uphill and downhill)

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A full-suspension mountain bike or a hardtail? Not such an easy choice, is it? That’s where you’re wrong! FOCUS helps you decide which full-suspension mountain bike is the right one for you.

When should you opt for a full-suspension mountain bike?

A full-suspension mountain bike gives you greater safety and comfort if you’re taking on demanding Alpine descents or lots of technical home trails. A full-suspension mountain bike not only relieves the strain on your body, but also offers greater traction and reserves on your mountain bike adventures. How, you might ask? Well, due to its suspension, a full-suspension mountain bike’s rear wheel has better contact with the ground. The suspension compensates for any obstacles

In short: you will really start to feel the benefits of a full-suspension mountain bike when you ride over rough and rugged terrain.

Full-suspension mountain bikes have different suspension travels. As a rule, the following applies: the more suspension travel, the rougher the terrain you can take on. 100 mm is primarily used for technically demanding cross-country races, while 120-130 mm is used for trail rides. 140-150 mm is the classic suspension travel of an all-mountain bike for Alpine tours and 160-170 mm suspension for endurance mountain bikes.