Are you planning your next bike purchase, or have you always wondered what the perfect bike for your riding style is? If so, you should take our mostly-serious quiz: “Which mountain bike should you buy next?

Maybe you’ll get some insight into the perfect bike for your riding style, or maybe you’ll just find out what your facial hair and beer choices say about you. Either way, satisfy your curiosity, and take the quiz here!

# Comments

  • Bubblehead10MM

    When I upgraded for the third time in my first 8 months bike riding, and got my fullsus Camber (about 2K) I promised myself my next upgrade would be a skills class.

    • skibum

      I had really plateaued and then I took a BetterRide class–made a huge difference. I figured a few hundred bucks would be a good investment to get the most out of a bike that cost 8 times that much–I was right.

  • JSatch

    Niner RIP 9 RDO for me.

    i will not be looking into that anytime soon.

  • jkldouglas

    Well, it told me to buy the RIP 9 RDO as well. While I don’t own a RIP 9, I do own a Specialized Stumpjumper FSR Carbon Comp 29 ( I really wish they would make the name shorter) so overall the generator got it right sense they are basically the same bike. I am assuming that for simplicity they only used one bike per catagory i.e. the RIP 9 represents all 29er trail bikes.

    • Greg Heil

      You got it, jkdouglas: essentially just one representative bike per category 🙂

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