While buying a bicycle might seem like an obvious first point, when it comes to MTBs there are quite a few questions that come to one’s mind while buying their first. Some of them address the ideal wheel size, the suspension and the components. For starters, one’s budget does matter when it comes to buying an MTB. Given their technicality, MTBs are quite heavy on the pocket. However, the market today hosts a range of MTBs starting at very affordable rates, and these entry-level MTBs can be used on rough rugged city roads, and mild flat trails. While starting out, though, most people will be best served by a simple, high-quality, alloy bicycle with a mid-length 75-100mm suspension fork to take the edge off the rough terrain and wide tires that increase stability, traction, and compliance by virtue of their girth and the lower pressures that it allows. Check out our range of MTBs here.