At home on all trails
Full-suspension “fully” bikes are the epitome of mountain biking, especially on steeper passages and loose surfaces. This bike with front and rear suspension offers a balance between strength savings and comfort, during the climb up as well as on the way back down. That’s why a fully bike is the best choice for virtually every trail.
No matter what your biking plans, you should always wear a helmet. In addition to lightweight, classic bike helmets, we also offer full-face helmets for faster descents and wild trail-riding adventures. You can also rent limb protectors from Skiservice Corvatsch as well.
What distinguishes a fully bike?
Versatile for all kinds of fun and adventure
The fully is a universal bike for the mountains. Unlike a hardtail bike, in this case the rear wheel also has suspension. This, along with special tires, provides additional stability, even on a slippery surface, for greater riding comfort.
In terms of the actual suspension travel, a fully is halfway between a hardtail and a freeride bike. It is made for trails of different kinds and lots of riding enjoyment. High-performance disc brakes and a modern shifting system make the fully bike an ideal companion for tours through changing terrain, alternating between climbs and descents.
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Where can you ride with a fully bike?
Strength-saving climbs and stable downhills
There’s good reason the fully is also known as an all-mountain bike. This extremely diverse bike is great fun on single tracks and flow trails as well as off-roading adventures. A fully bike can handle loose surfaces with rocks, branches and potholes effortlessly. Uphill, too, the fully is a good selection for bikers with big ambitions.
If you mainly want to spend your time on steeper, faster trails, we recommend a freeride bike. With its longer suspension travel and more robust construction, you will always maintain control and traction, even on more challenging and alpine trails. For more laid-back rides in flat and easy terrain, we suggest considering a hardtail or one of our E-bikes.