The Mountainbike Hardtail in 26 "
The birth of the mountain bike dates back to the early 70s and was based on modified and modified steel frames. These bikes were then still very heavy and unwieldy, but formed the basis for the still very popular 26 "hardtails.The developments have progressed rapidly in recent years and so in addition to full suspension bikes in front of all new wheel sizes prevailed popular 29 "hardtails
have now replaced the 26" mountain bikes and already had to make other sizes, as for the 27.5 "hardtails
make room. Today you get 26 "hardtails rather in smaller frame sizes or as children's MTBs
The iconic wheel size of 26 inches has a decisive advantage in terms of maneuverability, playfulness and weight. These are the qualities that are very popular in dirt jump or street driving. That is the reason for the equipment of dirt bikes
and some downhill bikes, which are still equipped with wheels of this size. In downhill racing, as well as in enduro, the 27.5 "fullsuspension bikes are
preferred by professional riders