All mountain bikes have air suspension with a travel of between 140 and 150mm. They have a climbing ability that is more than correct and are very comfortable downhill. These qualities allow them to practice in mountain with the program of long steep climbs and technical descents, loop, that is to say with a similar elevation gain and negative.
However, the overall very good performance of these bikes also opens the doors of course to lower elevation and therefore to hilly areas, but still technical singles because having 150 mm of travel on DFCI tracks or tractor tracks proves useless.
Depending on the bike's range the weight varies from 12.5 to 14.5kgs. In terms of equipment, the gallows are reduced in length and the handlebars expand. Today the good average is around 50/75 mm and almost no handlebar goes below 740 mm.