How To Save Money Mountain Biking

Here are some simple tips that’ll keep cash in your pocket

How To Save Money Mountain Biking

Keeping on top of periodic maintenance is a good way to save money down the road.

Mountain biking can be an expensive sport…especially to start out with. But there are ways to save a few bucks. From planning your maintenance ahead of time, to buying second hand and keeping out of the bikepark, there are many ways to save a bit of cash here and there. Press play to check out this video from our friends at the Global Mountain Bike Network for more money saving tips.

What are your top ways to save money on mountain biking? Let us know in the comments section below.

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  • Bob Oh says:

    I had to stop about 30 seconds into the video. Too painful to listen to. Did the British take the letter “t” out of the English language? I didn’t know that there is an “f” in the word “with”. What happened to the British? They can’t even pronounce their native tongue properly.

  • albert says:

    1) ride smoother trails on a hard tail 29er same experience as riding full suspension on chunky trail.
    2) try single speed, ridgid

    only ongoing expense: chain $11 every 8months, brake pads $5 set last 1yr (dry weather), have not worn out a tire, they get slashed first.

  • stevedzurilla says:

    How do you save money if you always need the Primo Nugs?

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