Invented in the late 70's, mountain biking quickly became the most popular movement in cycling – and its popularity shows no sign of slowing down any time soon. Broadly-speaking, mountain bikes can be separated into two categories: hardtails (with a suspension fork and no rear suspension) and full suspension bikes (with suspension at the front and back). Wheel sizes, suspension travel, geometry, components, weight and price vary dramatically depending on the bike’s intended use. Now with the benefit of motor assistance eMountain Bikes are a blast to ride and let you cover more ground than a normal bike. Instead of getting 10 miles in during that hour you have after work, you can get closer to 20. And, it still requires plenty of effort, so the workout benefit is still there.