Built for speed, smooth shifting, and rough terrain (it offers a 24-speed shifter), responsive gears, and full-suspension frame. Reasonably easy to assemble and adjust the components. Sports rugged good looks.
Some owners gripe that it feels heavy, but the upside of this feature is durability. A few consumers report replacing the seat, as it's uncomfortable.
This bike has a strong build and dual-suspension frame that's capable of street and light trail riding. Brakes are responsive and not too difficult to adjust. Overall assembly is easy, too.
Seat is narrow and too firm for some riders. Has only 7 gears, but it's still able to handle most inclines and hills.
Ideal for those who want a sturdy bike that offers a reliable ride on both trails and streets. It's built like a hybrid and sporty bike all in one, with 21 speeds and smooth-shifting gears. Backed by a limited lifetime warranty.
The seat could be more comfortable. Assembly is somewhat difficult, and the derailleurs and brakes can be hard to adjust. A few reports of missing pieces upon arrival.
With 21 speeds, a lightweight frame, and high-profile rims, this men's bike is made for performance when it comes to zipping around on streets and other paved surfaces. Mid-range price.
Gears don't shift very smoothly. Brakes and gears may need adjusting by a professional. Not made for riding on rough surfaces.
Constructed to perform on extremely rough, mountainous terrain, as it sports grippy 4-inch tires, which also do a good job handling soft surfaces such as snow and sand. Looks as tough as it performs.
Somewhat heavy. It tackles hills pretty well, but it only has 7 speeds and isn't very fast. Some riders may find the seat too small.
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