2013 BMW Mountainbike All Mountain

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

BMW has been aggressively expanding their 2 wheeled lineup for years, and 2013 sees the release of a new BMW Mountainbike All Mountain perfect for the trail enthusiasts out there.

The German automaker opted for a hydro-formed aluminum frame, which seems a bit odd considering so many brands have been choosing carbon fiber for construction as of late. The bicycle is equipped with 30 gears, hydraulic disc brakes, full suspension, and the Shimano XT parts means it can handle anything you throw at. The bike weighs in at about 13.4 kg, and unfortunately it’s not available for stateside residents, but can be purchased on the brand’s website.

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