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Interactions with ROCKRIDER bikes on 99 Spokes over the last 30 days, adjusted for traffic volume by country.

Top Countries
  1. 🇷🇴 Romania
  2. 🇵🇹 Portugal
  3. 🇩🇿 Algeria
  4. 🇫🇷 France
  5. 🇮🇳 India
  6. 🇬🇧 United Kingdom
  7. 🇲🇦 Morocco
  8. 🇮🇹 Italy
  9. 🇨🇿 Czechia
  10. 🇪🇸 Spain
Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Which ROCKRIDER bikes are most popular?

The most popular ROCKRIDER model families are the ST, 27.5" Mountain Bike, and 29 inch.

Q: Does ROCKRIDER make eBikes?

Yes, ROCKRIDER manufactures both conventional bikes and e-bikes.

Recent Reviews
Rockrider ST-100 review

May 2023

Decathlon’s Rockrider ST-100 is a ‘leisure’ mountain bike with 80mm of front suspension, 21 gears, strong V-brakes, and surprisingly good tyres for casual messing about in the woods and the odd bit of gentle trail excursion. It’s not designed for more aggressive riding and the sizing is a little out but it does offer a lot of fun for £230.

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Prototype: Rockrider racing all-new Decathlon Race 940S full-suspension XC mountain bike

Feb 2023

Decathlon's affordable Rockrider Bikes has a new prototype carbon Race 940S XC mountain bike to race the World Cup cross-country circuit...

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Decathlon Rockrider MTB Race 900 Team Edition review

Sarah BedfordOct 2022

By prioritising frame weight and high-end components, Rockrider has created a speed demon for race-orientated riders, but it suffers from cable rattle and can feel harsh on techy terrain

  • Quality carbon frame

  • High-end components

  • Grippy, fast-rolling tyres

  • Very noisy cable routing

  • Brake pad movement in the calipers

  • Stiff and harsh-feeling on rough trails

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Brilliant (but still prototype) Rockrider enduro, XC race bikes could be at Decathlon soon

Tyler BenedictOct 2022

We spotted several prototype full carbon mountain bikes from French sporting goods retailer Decathlon, and they look very impressive.

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Rockrider AM 100 S review

Feb 2021

The AM 100 S from Decathlon-owned brand Rockrider is a wallet-friendly, all-mountain rig that offers an impressive pedalling platform and an agile ride. While providing all the kit you expect from a modern mountain bike and prime for trail centre routes, its rather dated geometry holds it back on the gnarlier trails. Marin Rift Zone 2 2020 review Merida One-Forty 600 review The best mountain bikes you can buy for under £1,500 - full sus and hardtails Sitting solidly in the mid-travel category, the AM 100 S comes kitted with 150mm of travel up front and 140mm at the rear.

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Decathlon Rockrider E-ST900

Feb 2020

You can spend a lot of money on an electric mountain bike, and there are some great bikes out there if you have deep pockets. But don’t worry: the Rockrider E-ST900 from sporting retail giants Decathlon has you covered on a budget. It’s fun to ride, well-specced and unbeatable value. Buy the Rockrider E-ST900 here Decathlon Rockrider eST-900-3.jpg, by dave atkinson Built around a sturdy 6061 Aluminium frame, the Rockrider looks the real deal. There’s a 120mm travel Rock Shox Judy fork up front, Boost-spec wheels, big-chamber 2.8” tyres and a Shimano Deore 10-speed transmission.

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