I was reading a post within this forum that suggested the possibility, that mountain bikes, just might not be the most versatile bicycle present amongst today's world cyclists. I just wanted to remind everyone that MTN bikes are by far the most versatile bicycle ever to be manufactured, bar none!
MTN bikes are used for commuting. They're used for quick errands. They're used for touring. They're used for trail-blazing, free-riding tricks, and jumps. They are used for urban assault riding activities. They are used for the casual recreational ride in the park. They are used for utilitarian purposes. They are used for cross country events. They are used in racing. They traverse all terrains, without any difficulty. There are places that the MTB can go that neither the hybrid nor the cyclocross bike, would dare enter. This for example:
Only a MTB would venture onto this terrain. It's truly not made for any hybrid or cyclocross bike.
Besides, when you can commute on the pothole-ridden, debris-strewn, and slippery streets of major cities, as well as, blaze the rock-extruded and stump-weary forest trails, you're just a winner!
What could be more versatile than MTN Bikes? ...Check this out commuters:
You're All Welcome!
BTW - Did I say that they could jump?