Ozone 500® Men's Ultra Shock 26" 21-Speed Mountain Bicycle
Firmstrong Men's Urban Man 26 in 3-Speed Beach Cruiser Bicycle4 colors available
KENT Men's Northwoods Pomona 26 in 7-Speed Bicycle2 colors available
Mongoose Men's Malus 26 in 7-Speed Fat-Tire Cruiser Bicycle
Huffy Men's Alpine 26 in 18-Speed Mountain Bike
Schwinn® Men's Suburban AL 26" 21-Speed Comfort BikeShips for $0
Ozone 500 Men's RS3000 21-Speed Road Bicycle
Mobo Cruiser Adults' Triton Pro 3-Wheel Cruiser4 colors available
Huffy Men's Alpine 26" 18-Speed Mountain Bike
Firmstrong Men's Urban Deluxe 26 in Stretch Cruiser Bicycle3 colors available
Huffy Men's Extent 26 in 18-Speed Mountain Bike
Whether you're cruising down hills, adventuring in the wild or rolling across town for errands, a bike can make all the difference in your journey. Choose a men's bike that suits you and the path ahead, from cruisers with zero shifting ability for flat, paved paths to road bikes for racing to sport bikes for unpredictable terrain. There's even recumbent bicycles for men who need a little more comfort.
Feel the wind in your face as you blaze the trail on a men's bike made for rough terrain. Whether you're looking for a mountain bike, a cyclocross bike or a fat bike, look for tough rims and frames that can handle rough terrain. These types of bikes are often built with heavier metal frames to provide stability and damage protection. If the journey ahead looks bumpy, choose from men's bicycles with suspension systems that'll help make rides down uneven woodland paths a little more comfortable.
If you're traveling to work, running errands or joy riding around your neighborhood, you'll enjoy the feel of a cruiser or hybrid bike. These models are lighter than mountain bikes, yet more robust than racing road bikes, and are made to handle smooth, paved surfaces best. Cruiser men's bicycles are often easily identified by their retro styling with wide handlebars, plush seats and fenders on the wheels to guard against mud splatter. If you plan on towing a few belongings, make sure you choose a bike that offers room to attach panniers, baskets or a cargo rack. Also, keep in mind that a shifter with multiple speeds will make it a little easier to tackle hills.