100% satisfaction guaranteed or your money back. Measure your bike and compare it to the size chart before ordering. The bike covers are only used in a static setting. Do not use if bike is to be mounted to a vehicle. RMY is one hybrid bike that you can't ignore; the lightweight aluminum frame is easy to handle and will never rust, and the metallic red frame looks stunning. The 21-inch frame is suggested for a minimum inseam of 38.6 inches; 17 and 19 inch frames are also available; all tools are included for fast assembly; the RMY is ideal for riding around town, commute, and exercise. Premium, richly padded saddle, with dual springs, is designed for real comfort; soft Kraton grips feel great; comfortable pedals maintain a responsive feel no matter how long you ride. The front suspension fork delivers solid performance; a slight-rise handlebar enables upright posture for a more comfortable ride; and the complete Shimano drivetrain enables seamless transitions between gears. All-terrain tread on the 700C tires enhances rolling momentum for less resistance between you and your destination, and lightweight linear pull brakes with machined alloy wheel rims enable superior brake pad contact to deliver smooth stopping power.
👤I don't understand how there are any negative reviews for this bike. There are several different models under one listing, but the white 17" women's bike is awesome. I bought another one for my daughter because I like it so much. High quality parts and materials, comfy seat, smooth shifts and brakes, lightweight, and stylish! People compliment me and ask where I got them. Assembly takes a little time, but it's worth it once you have this awesome cycling machine. I bike everywhere. I've done a lot of biking on different bikes in the past and this is the best I've ever owned. Not cheap, but high quality and worth. You will not regret it.
👤It took me two days to assemble the bike. It's partly due to inadequate instructions, which seem to be written only for those who already know how to put bikes together. It's partly due to sloppy preassembly. The fender was off center and pressing against the tire on the other side. The spokes had fender braces on them. I had to remove them and put them back together. I tried to remove the fender in order to center it correctly, but the bolt was over-tightened. I have not been able to loosen it. I will either have to find a special tool or someone who is very strong to do the job. What a mess the brakes are. The pads were pressed against the rim on one side and too far from the other side. This was the case on both tires. The adjustment screw and nut fell out when I tried to move the pad closer to the rim. There is a nut in a box. I was able to find a small slit using my flashlight. I thought that was where the nut went. I was able to force the little nut into the slit and it fell into place. The rubber brake boot was caught in the cable guide bolt. I don't understand how that could happen. The person who pre-assembled this bike had to have seen it. She was doing something. The metal cover on the end of the cable fell off when I loosened the bolt to free the boot. The twisted metal wires started to fall apart. As soon as I let go of my pliers, they began to relax. I was able to get the cover back on. I would have liked to have received the bike completely unassembled. I'm pretty sure I could have done a better job with it. The seat is not even after everything has been done. I'm not sure if that can be fixed. I'm angry and upset because this was not a cheap bike and I'm not going to break it down and send it back. I don't trust Royce Union and I'm worried about future problems with this bike. I couldn't find any support for the Royce Union. The owner's manual says to contact HUFFY!
👤I am very disappointed with this bike. I bought it last summer and it was damaged. The bike is very heavy and inconvenient to ride in the city. I went for a ride this morning to get dog food and had to refill my tires because they don't hold air well and my tires were deflated again. I have to buy a new bike because the one I have is terrible.
The minimum rider height is 48 inches and the frame and fork is made of steel. Simple single-speed riding can be achieved with back brakes only, 40x16T and 1-piece forged steel 170mm cranks. The cast aluminum mag wheels have sealed bearings. There are cable detanglers for handlebar spins and U-brakes for secure stops. Comes with a kickstand, chain guard, and freestyle pegs.
👤Garbage. There is a It was literally. After a month, it's in the trash. The bike stunk. I bought this to teach my child how to ride a bike. It's a good idea to have a bike with a mongoose on it. That bike was awesome when we were kids. Apparently not the same today. After unpacking and putting it together, I threw the giant box away and took it out for a few learning sessions. I wonder if I put it together wrong. There is a The fork and frame were bent when I took a closer look. The top cross bar of the frame was welded to the right of the bottom, making it impossible for my child to ride the bike. It's a shame. I felt bad. We went to the bike shop and bought a bike that was straight. The little one had 888-282-0465 first time on a decent bike for the little one was night and day. There is a Dear manufacturer, please contact me. I don't want to be contacted and I won't pull this review down. Your stuff is garbage. Get it together. Is that a mammal? It's like a crummy-bike company with a sticker and dumb people. Does that rhyme? No. I don't care. Your stuff is garbage.
👤This was dropped from 2 to 1 star. The front tire doesn't take air, so you have to buy a new tube. The brake controller can't be moved once the rear tire has air. Will need lower profile tires on the seat post. You should put another $50 into this bike just to use it. There is a I wanted a better model than walmart was selling. The seat post is 7 inches long, all the way up from the crank shaft. My 11 year old has legs that are almost 40 degrees higher than parallel when pedaling. This is a 16 inch bike with a 350mm post. The bottom of the rotor was bent back from transit damage and needed to attach the brake cable. The foot pegs are a joke. A kid would break their foot if they actually used them. Most reviewers state that the rear brake setup is not up to par.
👤I've rebuilt my own mountain bikes and assembled a number of kids' bikes. My 9 year-old is able to ride the bike I purchased for my 12 year-old, as am I. It was easy to assemble and all parts were undamaged. The rear brake works as expected on this model bike. There is a My kids are not doing tricks or riding ramps or rails, they are riding in the street and occasionally off-road at the bmx park, and this is a good value if you are using it for that. There is a The seat post is bmx-height, which is low since you're rarely sitting on it, and if you plan on using this more for just biking around, invest in a longer seat post. There is a If your bike is damaged on receipt, it's on the delivery company.
The mountain bike is durable and can be used for neighborhood rides. The crank has less maintenance. Quick gear changes on the trail can be made with twist shifters and rear derailleurs. Light and durable alloy wheels add stability to all-terrain, knobby mountain tires. The seat post makes it easy to adjust the height.
👤The bycicle is easy to assemble, the breaks are nice, and the quality is good. I'm 5'3" and have a weight of around 153 lbs and an inseam of 30", this size is perfect for me. I had to go through a lot of comments to find out if this bike was the right height for me. I can lift it without much effort, even though it is heavier than I thought. I would like the seat to be more comfortable. I will be updating this review.
👤I had a bike shop make it for my 9 year old son. They commented on the poor parts. I thought a $200 bike was more than enough for my daughter's age. The bike shop can't get the derailleurs adjusted right because they don't shift properly and it's not safe for a kid's bike. The chain fell off the gear and onto the guard. The bike shop worked on it a second time after I test rode it. It was me on the bike that I went from pedaling normally with resistance to zero resistance on the pedals very abruptly which is a dangerous situation for a child. I regret buying this bike, I'm into it for almost $300, and I'll probably junk it and buy a better bike at a bike shop. I don't think it's right to sell it or leave it at the curb as some poor kid will eventually get it and potentially hurt themselves on it. There is a Oh yes. Schwinn offered to send parts which I could pay for to have a bike shop install. I'm done spending more money on this thing. The design of the bike is terrible, even if they get it set right, it won't last anyway, according to the guys at the bike shop. There is a If you want to spend more money on a bike, I would recommend you to go to a good shop. If you have to, buy a big one so they can keep it longer. This trash or anything like it should not be bought.
👤I have read many reviews about this bike. I bought it for my wife. It was easy to assemble. The handlebars are too low. The gears don't work. Good luck trying to get it to gear up or down if you are caught in mid-gear. I have never been so disappointed with a purchase. I will not buy a Schwinn again. I was going to get her a Trek and that is what I should have done. I hope the shop will give me a credit for only riding the bike once. The bike is not made to ride on the bike paths. The bike sucks, it's not rough terrain. I would be happy to get a refund.
👤When I was hit by a car, I started looking for a new bike. I was lucky to be alive after hitting the pavement, but my old Murray Redwing was not so lucky. I gave my son a 1972 Schwinn Collegiate, so it was time for a new bike. I was naive enough to think I could replace the Redwing with 100 clams. The best bikes in the under $200 range can be found online. Many bikes listed online by big box stores never make it to the store. Some are shipped from a different retailer than you are buying it from. There is a If you can't try it out, how do you find out which bike is right for you? You have to dig into the very limited specifications provided by the sellers. It's a small - medium - large choice to fit your body size. Many bikes have issues when you read bike reviews in this price range. Cheap parts, bad mechanisms, or shoddy factory assembly are mostly the things that happen. You need to read the customer reviews. It will be a problem for you if the same design flaws are repeated in the reviews. There is a If you are buying a bike for a long time, you should steer clear of Fad Designs and Trendy Paint finishes. Make your decision after you narrow it down to 3 bikes. If you are trying to get the lowest price, be patient as they fluctuate daily. There is a I chose the Schwinn High Timber 27.5 because I believed it would fit me and offer quality. I never found this bike in a store before buying it. Schwinn is not listed on the web site. It has a white 18-Inch Frame. The tires are 27 inches in diameter. There is not much you can do with the box. Only Handlebars, Seat, Pedals, and Front Tire can be added. There are 3 tools needed, an open end or a screwdriver, and a bike pump. I went over the nuts and bolts to make sure they were tight. The front brake has to be loosened in order to get the quick release tire on. The gears were in perfect condition. There is a The front shock seems to have a good amount of elasticity. I've tried some bikes where you sit on them and the suspension bottoms out. The seat is not comfortable or uncomfortable. The Knurled Seat Post with Quick Release can be replaced with a bolt. The front tire uses a small diameter threaded rod which doesn't seem like it could be replaced with a larger bolt. The paint job is rated an "A" overall. There are signs of paint on the cable holders. The front forks have a small Metal Flake. The 3 color graphics are silk screened and only a few stickers are added. There is a The spokes and hubs are black. The inner flat of the rim is painted black, but it's hard to tell by the pictures. The frame is solid and the welds could be better done by robot. The no name tires are so-so quality, not alot of nubs, and you can see the mold seams in the center. The Quality Kickstand with rubber tip is what comes with the Pedals. There are additional mounts for the water bottle. The average weight for a steel frame bike is 40 lbs. The Handlebar is on the short side at 24 inches and has room for a few add on's. The 21 speed Shifters have 7 Speeds on the right side and 3 on the left side. The rear derailleur is called "Shimano Tourney TX". There is a The bike is an 18-inch frame with 27.5 size tires. It's a little bigger than a standard 26 inch bike and a little smaller than the High Timber with 29 inch tires. The most important factor for me was my size and fit. The bike would be too tight for me if the handlebars were closer. I have raised the handlebars a bit. I have raised the seat to get a straight leg stroke. You are sitting on this bike. I am riding it on paved streets. The Schwinn High Timber is a good fit for me. It looks nice, rides well, and has a wide range of pedaling power. I think you are getting a quality build with dependability in this price range. The Schwinn brand name is what you would expect. I think this High Timber fills the bill for a long time. This review can help you with your decision.
The bike is ready to be assembled. The size is for adult riders who are 5' 6 to 6' tall. The Schwinn Grit Boy's Bicycle is a kid's bike with a parent push handle that can be removed when the child is riding alone. A fully enclosed chain guard and front and rear fender keep kids safe and clean. The included water bottle, cage and push handle make it easy to stay hydrated. As your child grows, the quick release seat post and quick release alloy saddle are adjusted. The bike is ready to be assembled and the wheels are 12 inches.
👤We bought this bike for our three year old after a lot of shopping. Most of the push bikes that we've seen were for smaller kids, and we didn't want a balance bike that he couldn't pedal. This is the right size for him. I think it's more of a 3-6 age range bike. The training wheels are also replaceable. This bike will help your child learn to ride. The handle steers the bike. My son loves to ring the bell. It has a water bottle and holder. A quality bike is worth the money. The picture is 40 inches tall and 40 pounds three years old.
👤It would have been nice to know the wheel size rating before I bought the product because my son falls in the age range but not the height suggestion. I will need to return the bike and find an identical one.
👤I was not sure how the bike would turn. We had a three in one trike that did not ride well. I decided to buy this for my daughter. I am so happy I did. It turns into a dream. Even though she can't pedal, she loves it and thinks she's a big girl. This bike is very good. The assembly was easy.
👤We live on busy streets. On the streets side walk, there is high traffic and busy. It's 2.8 y.o. It was a bit heavy but sturdy. A 6 month review. The bike was in storage for a long time. Usually we go to a local park and every body like this bike, like color and the way an adult can push and guide it. The pedals suddenly got hard. We have to carry it back home. I opened the pedals and found that the left and right sides of the bottom were loose. I would like to know if the manufacturer will cover or replace the whole crankset. The update is one year. The lower bearing set was sent to me by the manufacturer. I added a lot of grease to the bearings. I decided to add more grease to the front wheel. The rear wheel bearing made it harder to pedal. I will ask the manufacturer to email me again. Waiting for a response. There was an update on 4/20. The lower bearing set was sent to me by the manufacturer. I added a lot of grease to the bearings. I decided to add more grease to the wheels. It is not perfect but it is much softer.
👤Don't spend your money on a bike. This item deserved a poor review. I bought my 2.5y daughter just over a year ago. The training wheels are so short that she can't keep her balance and the peddles fall off when she's riding. The parent steering mechanism failed after 6 months of minimal use. Schwinn should be ashamed. Don't waste your money! Someone who hasn't used this piece of junk yet gave a positive review.
👤The bike has exceeded my expectations. It seems like everything for this age group has plastic wheels. They're too big for toddlers and don't have a parent handle, if they have real wheels with trainers. This little Schwinn is adorable, but it also ticks all the boxes for us. Our small child can reach the pedals. He was able to backbreak after a week. There is no break on the handlebars. My two older kids were not able to break the habit of using those and backpedaling. He gets a natural feel for steering when he rides with the parent handle. We aren't ready to take the training wheels off yet, but I think the parent handle helps with this. Trying not to let them fall was not running alongside them. My 3 year old loves the bell and pretends he is a fire truck alarm. I recommend this over the plastic wheeled tricycles because it will carry you through more learning phases.
You can contact their customer service after you purchase their control system. The operation manual will be displayed in the control system. The magnetic resistance mechanism on the Marcy NS- 654 allows you to tailor your training to your fitness level, making it a perfect choice for fitness enthusiasts of all skill levels. The upright bike has a padded seat with high-density foam and foam-covered grips that help you maintain your body form. Push beyond your limits and track your progress as you train with this gear using the computer screen that acts as an odometer, which lets you monitor distance traveled, time elapsed, current speed, and calories burned. The weighted, counterbalanced pedals in this gear provide maximized support for your feet. The pedals have foot straps that can be adjusted to fit your foot size. The frame of the exercise bike folds up to make it easy to store in your home.
👤This product causes lead dust. The lead test swab turned bright red, which I believe is indicative of a high lead content. I only see this kind of result on solder, and I use lead test swabs on all kinds of stuff. The test is often slow/light pink. I tested it because I noticed paint dust around the pin, and my kids like playing with peddles. Sometimes they break into that room, but they're not allowed to. It's really bad. There is a I cleaned the area around the safety pin to make sure it was clear. I don't know if the white paint dust and silver-colored metal dust that was in that area tested positive for lead or not, but I suppose it doesn't really matter since both were generating dust. I wiped the white paint dust from the picture before I took it, so you can't see it in the picture. I wiped the bike down a month or two ago, and there was quite a lot. The bike has a health and safety designation on it. I guess not much. I know the seat has a sticker on it, but I didn't worry about that since bike seat foam usually comes with a warning on it. This bike is very upsetting to me. We've had it in our house for a long time. It's really pretty!
👤This is perfect. I was looking for an exercise bike that was easy to assemble, and my husband is over 70, so it was surprisingly simple. So there you go. We didn't need the information on how to get assistance with putting it together. I love the way it works, and how easy it is to move if needed, as we use it all the time, and there's only 2 of us and occasional company. It's light-weight and easy to fold up, move and even store. We purchased this June 27th and I have lost 12 pounds since then. Wheeeeee! It keeps my body in good shape for long walks. We were really happy to purchase this item. Highly recommend it. If you found this helpful, please click where noted.
👤This is perfect. I live in a small condo on the top floor and I'm a short woman. This fits me perfectly when I put the seat down. It's very quiet so I can get up early and peddle for an hour without anyone waking me. The quality is very good.
👤I was pleasantly surprised by the bike. When it's too cold to ride outside in Philadelphia, I was looking for something to keep me in shape. I ride my road bike a few times a week. A 20 or 25 mile ride is possible when there is a blue moon. I was a little out of shape when I bought this bike. I was afraid the bike wouldn't offer enough resistance to challenge me. I get a good workout on this bike. I have been using it for three months. I do about 30 or 40 minutes, get the odometer up to about 9 or 10 miles, and get my pulse rate up enough to work up a sweat. I can only get the resistance up to level 8 for a short time, but I can't keep that level for very long. The bike is not for avid cyclist, the resistance is not enough for someone in bike shape. This bike will do the job for those of us who just want to get a half hour of cardiovascular work out a couple of times a week. The ride is smooth. I bought a gel seat cover because the seat was a bit uncomfortable and I can do 40 minutes on the bike comfortably.
Installation is easy. The 8mm wrench is easy to use. The package includes 2 wrench and one 4mm wrench. The 18-Inch/Medium aluminum suspension frame maximizes comfort. The bumps are smooth with the element suspension fork. The 21 speed rear derailleur has twist shifters. The wheels have quick release front. The front and rear disc brakes are made of alloy.
👤I bought the Impasse because it fit my budget for a full suspension mountain bike that I could grow with. The bike was a bit of a gamble, because of the detail specifications and reviews. It's garbage if you don't buy it. I know from experience that some people expect too much. The reviewer should give a background on what they want to use the item for. You can't get anything for $300 from experience. I know that you can get a 1000 dollar item through research and sales. I'm 63 years old and weigh 220 lbs. I ride through the woods trails with some downhills and small drop-offs, sometimes on gravel roads. Downhill competition, no extreme, bite your lip, 3o mph. I wanted to replace my 26" bike with a 29" bike that has disc brakes front and rear and v-brakes. The cheapest bike you can buy is a full suspension bike. You can get up to $220 with only front disc brakes. In the spring of the year, you can find a full suspension bike with disc brakes for less than $300. It's not realistic for anyone to expect a $1000 bike. Maybe $500 bike. You can easily approach a bike of between $900 and 1200 dollars with some upgrades. The tires need to be replaced in order to upgrade to this bike. $70 was the cheapest I could find for tires and tubes. The cheapest. Sky is the limit. If you want to buy a new bike with new technology, you can spend $70+ for tires and tubes. The Impasse is entered. There is a description of the packaging and delivery. The bike was poorly packed. There was no packing in the box to protect the delicate pieces. The bike was partially assembled with the front wheel tie wrapped to the frame and the handlebars strapped to the front forks. The box had a bubble wrap around it, foam around it, and plastic protectors for the hubs that were broken. There were some scratches and rubs on the bike. You are at the mercy of how the shipping company handles it, because I have found no other way to get this bicycle except through mail order. Poor packaging would result in scratches, buffs, bent or lost parts, which would cause some returns of the bike, so it would be better if the manufacturer made better packaging. The bike price could be the same if more cost for packaging was added. My bike was manufactured in April of 2015 and was found on the down-tube or seat-post near the crank. You need this and the model number. If you need to have work done. The owners manual covers all of the bikes in the department store, so be patient to find the section you need for your model. I would have liked a shorter owners manual with more info specific to this model, but this would increase cost and inventory problems with the manufacturer. The manual helps keep the cost down. If there are no damaged parts, assembly is not really difficult. They are easy to adjust if you follow the manual. To make sure the disc is centered in the caliper, spin the wheels. I had to make adjustments to the rear derailleur to make it shift properly. If you are unsure about being able to do this sort of work, you can take it to a local bike shop and they will set it up for you for a fee. That is a difference between buying your own savings and buying from a bike shop that will check the bike before it is sold to you. You can either take it back to the shop and spend more money, or you can learn how to maintain and adjust it yourself. It's true if you buy a $200 bike or a $2000 bike. There is a The front fork has a simple spring tube that is adequate for light off roading. It uses a threadless headset. I have never owned a bike that cost as much as this one, so I might replace it with a RockShox XC 28 fork. Would like to know what it feels like. The shock is pre-load only. It can be adjusted to stiffen or loosen your ride. There is no direct replacement for this shock. The closest thing I can find is a Mountain Bike Air Rear Shock. It has an air ride and a lockout. You can ride the bike up a hill without being bothered by the Bounciness if you make it a hard tail. I crank the spring to get this done after getting off my 26. I would like to try this again. The STOCK Shock is 150mm or 6 feet long, that's the problem with this upgrade. The shock is 6'5" long. I'll let you know if I upgrade this, because it will change the geometry of the bike. All the upgrades so far. The total cost is $220. The bike cost was added to by this. A bike worth close to $900. You can do it a little at a time, while riding, instead of having to fork out $500 right now. You may never want to upgrade this bike, even if you wanted to. I might upgrade the shock and fork in the future because I have never had one. The suspension works well to smooth out ruts and pot holes in rural and country roads, as well as gravel/dirt roads, and wooded area trails. It works well for this type of riding. The longer you ride, the suspension gets better. The Impasse feels like a decent bike for taking on some dirt roads and light trails. I wouldn't ride it on a hardcore downhill path or do jumps with it, but it can go over roots and things very well. There is a The disc brakes work well. The bike is only $280 because they are half to one third the cost of premium brakes. When the pads wear out, I may upgrade them to the BR-M416A or AvidBB7's. If you want to get all new brakes, you can get them for $50 to $60. Again, approaching the cost of a better bicycle. The quiet and fast change of the gears on the rear derailleur is a feature. The tourney is called the Shamano Tourney TX. The entry level derailleur is made from aluminum and steel. The hubs look like WheelMaster. This bike is made in China and has Chinese aluminum hubs and wheels. The double wall rim should take some punishment. The spokes are painted. The tires are not named. The maximum pressure is 65 PSI. The load is 198 lbs. If you were sitting on both wheels and tires, that would be 386 pound person. I weigh 220 lbs. Is that going to be a problem? Not so far. What is the rating for the rims? There is a The ProWheel has 175mm long ALLOY arms, square taperBB, and riveted steel chain rings, all painted black. It's easy to upgrade or change the chain rings with the square taper Bottom Bracket. I need 180mm arms for my height, but I'm not sure about the gear size yet. There is a As for the size of the bike? This is a medium frame because of it's geometry and tires. See below. The wheel base, front wheel axle to rear wheel axle is 42-3/8" from the ground to the top of the seat post. This is usually the size of the dog. The lowest part of the frame at the seat post is 28-1/4. From the back of the handlebars to the center of the seat post is 20-7/8" It is recommended that you have at least 2 inches of clearance between your crotch and the bike frame when standing with the bike. When standing in front of the seat, my inseam is 30 and I can stand on the ground to the top of the tube height. It was perfect for me. My age is 26. The seatpost is too short for me and I need at least 13-3/4" for peddling uphill. You will usually lower your seatpost by a couple of inches. This seat height is acceptable for going downhill. I go uphill and downhill as well. There is a Now for the ride. It rides well. The 29'er tires make riding on rough surfaces easier. It's easier to ride through grassy fields and the woods on a mountain bike. I will be replacing the seat with a wider gel seat because it is surprisingly comfortable. The bike is light and portable. For the competion, the weight is roughly 47 lbs. The cost difference of high-priced bikes in keeping the weight down around 36-38 lbs is using more costly components like carbon fiber, better aluminum, etc. If you ride this or any bike for a month or two, you will lose 10 lbs and save money. The frame is made of aluminum, along with the handle bars, seat post, crank arms, yoke of the front fork, and calipers. The levers are made of aluminum and plastic. The bikes in this price range are typical. The bike will perform closer to that $500 price range bike if the upgrade to the EF 51 Shifter/Brake Lever combo is done before the end of the year. I have used the SureGrip Max shifters for years and this is not a must upgrade. I would like to try the Trigger Shifters. The combo of the brake levers and shifters will free up the handlebar space and make it look like a $500 bike. There are people who complain about where to put a water bottle holder. Most mountain bikes do not have a place for water bottles. They have a backpack hydration system. The tool kit made by Topeak would be a good purchase for any bike owner since the bike uses all metric fasteners. This bike will be right up there with a $1000 bike if there are more upgrades mentioned. If you are concerned about weight, carbon fiber seatpost, handlebars, new shock/fork supsension, you should contact us. The weight can be brought down to a respectable 36-38 lbs. You will have a total of a little more than $500, but only one step at a time if you want to, instead of $500 or higher all at once. The Mongoose Impasse is a competent light to medium duty full suspension mountain bike that is fun to ride and sits for $280. If this review was helpful to you, please leave a thank you and I will know if I have wasted your time or not. I will know if I should write another review or not. I would be happy to help you if you have any questions. I would like to have this help before I buy mine. It was still a good decision. Happy trails!
The aluminum frame with hydroformed tubing and a powerful front suspension fork is strong and reliable. Smooth gear changes can be made with 21-speed shifters. The front and rear V-brakes make it easy to stop on the trail. The 26x2.125" tires roll over anything. The Riser handlebar has colored end plugs.
👤So far, so good. I bought this for my son who is a big guy. I was worried that it would be too small. It fits him perfectly and is not small at all. He put it together quickly. Attaching the front wheel,handle bars,seat and pedals was pretty much already assembled. He and his friends were at the state park within 30 minutes of putting it together. He had a sore butt but he said it handles well and he was riding it for more than four hours. Changing the seat or getting a gel pad cover is recommended by me. Only day one. The bike has needed a few adjustments, but so far so good. I had to take it to the bike shop because the handlebars continued to slip and loosen, but they fixed it and it doesn't come loose anymore. Second. The tires kept popping and losing air, and then the inner tubes were changed out with Teflon tires, and now they don't lose any air, but be prepared to re-do a few things on it.
👤I read the other reviews and wish I would have looked at other bikes, but the bike was delayed for 3 days due to shipping. When the bike arrived, what was supposed to be a red and black bike turned out to be a pink and black bike. I debated about sending it back, but I wish I would have done it. I decided to put it together after I was done riding it around the neighborhood. The fun began. I had to remove the front brake system to put the front wheel on. After I had the front wheel, I had to change the front brake system. I was getting used to the pink and black. I went to put the seat on. I tightened the seat post. Disappointing... The seat post is still turning. I used a piece of electric tape to wrap around the post to make it thicker, if anyone else has that issue, it worked great. After about an hour of assembly, I decided to take her for a ride. I lost the chain locked up around the rear assembly when I went to shift gears about 20 minutes into the ride, and I am done with this bike. I have purchased many items from Amazon over the years and enjoy the subscribe and save program, but it is not the fault of Amazon for the bike. If you were to spend the money on this bike, you could go to Walmart or a bike shop.
👤I had a problem with my bike. It was poorly assessed and needed adjustments in the box. Assembly instructions are not easy for the laymen, and would be best handled by someone who knows bikes or general mechanics. I had a lot of problems with the bike brakes. I spent 100 bucks at the local bike shop to fix the brakes, but they still made noise, brake pressure was weak, and other issues. The bike shop told me that it is not uncommon to see this from bike's of this caliber. This style of brakes are prone to issues. I would recommend spending a couple hundred more and getting a bike with a disc brake system instead of brake pads. I have been a happy camper ever since I bought a good quality Norco bike after returning this bike. My 2 cents.
The 700c size wheel is for adult riders. The bike has a limited lifetime warranty. This bike has a wide, dual-spring padded cruiser seat and classic cruiser handlebars, which make it an upright and comfortable riding position. It's ideal for riders between 5' 4” to 6' 2” tall. This cruiser is ready for light hills on your ride, with a 7-speed drivetrain, and twist shifters for quick and easy gear changes. The included retro fenders keep you clean and dry, while the intuitive rear coaster brake provides simple stopping power. The Schwinn Huron has a steel cruiser frame and fork that make for a smooth ride, as well as wide tires that provide added stability.
👤A bike ride along the beach with an excellent view is what people like to do. Along with biking at the beach, nothing is more classic than a cruiser. I got this for my wife so she could join me and my son on my mountain bike. There is a The PROS is easy to assemble, it has a classy, vintage look, and it has a twist gear shift to make it easier. I bent it back straight. There is no quick-release lever for the seat. There is a seat adjustment tip. Many people don't know how to adjust their seat height. They may be biking inefficiently. To find the correct seat height. The pedal should point straight down at the 6 o'clock position if you put one foot on it. 2. The ankle ball, the hip bone, and the bottom of the femur are located. 3. The hip, knee, and ankle should have an angle of 30 degrees. 4. The angle should be 30 degrees if you adjust the height of the saddle. The angle between the 3 bone points is determined by the 1mm height you adjust. Happy riding!
👤A friend of mine, Debo, asked to borrow my bike but took a long time to return it. Even though I was not conserned, my father drove me to retrieve my bike even though he was concerned. My friend didn't know which bike I was talking about. I told him that I let him use the beach cruiser a couple weeks ago and had made several attempts to get it back. My friend was unaware that I wanted my bike back. I let my friend know that my father and I shared ownership of the bike. I kept it in my home. My friend seemed to understand my situation but it ended in violence.
👤It was easy to put it together and ride on 4/2. The front brake lever snapped and I would have to ship it back. I will call Schwinn tomorrow to see if the vendor can help. It was beyond disappointing.
👤I just came from a bike ride and it was a smooth ride. The 3 gear is what I got. It was easy to Peddling. I rode it at 1st gear because of the hills. 2nd gear was acceptable on level ground. The bike is in black. I had a lot of head turns on it. I added a cheap front black headlight, tailight and spoke reflectors to make it easier to see at night. I did not rate any stars for assembly because I had a bike assembling expert do it for me. Purchase was sweet. Will ride it for a long time. Go for it and buy it.
👤I rode the bike 12 times. I am a 65 year old man. I was riding at a very leisurely pace and not jumping curbs. The sprocket fell apart after about a dozen rides and I am facing a repair charge. Not very happy.
👤The bike is really good. I was looking for simplicity and it was built to that standard. The package was in perfect shape. The assembly was simple. The right sized allen wrench helped speed things along since multiple sizes are required. The front fender was left off so that it wouldn't be a problem to ride it on wet road conditions, and the rea fender was removed so that it would be more minimalist. Went with the 1 speed and coaster brake model. The roads are easy to ride on. The water bottle holder and under seat bag were installed smoothly. I was surprised to see that it had a kickstand, but the picture looks like it doesn't. If you're looking for a simple cruiser bike for getting some exercise around the neighborhood, and you're happy with the bike, it's a great choice.
Unlike other back rollers and yoga wheels, The Chirp Wheel+ uses Trigger point technology to break up tight muscle fibers in hard to reach back muscles. It protects your spine by putting pressure on your muscles. A fat tire frame is made of steel. The rear derailleur is used for smooth gear changes. Disc brakes for stopping and controlling speed. Four-inch wide mountain tires roll over anything in their path, while four-inch alloy rims are light and strong. The mountain handlebars and a-head stem keep you in control.
👤I am a very big guy. I have not been on a bike in over 30 years. I researched what bike would support me the most. I got this bike based on reviews and price and rode it the day I got it. It has exceeded my expectations. I upgraded the seat and pedals. I will probably upgrade the handle bars. It took this 500lb guy up and down the block with ease. I will keep you updated on the wear and year. I am excited. The tires held up well. I was surprised at how big they are. There are a lot of complaints about the weight of the bike. Right now, I could care less. I need it for what I need. Let the journey begin.
👤I'm big. A tall person is almost 400 pounds. I wanted to start a more healthy lifestyle and purchased this bike. The low gears allow me to start slowly. The bike is heavy. It handles my weight well. It was an investment in ease of use and worth the money spent to have it professionally adjusted. I upgraded the crank bearings, but not the wheel bearings, as recommended by the bike shop. I'll upgrade them when necessary. I changed the seat for me to a "Cloud 9" seat. I have no issues. The terrain is smooth because of the tires. Dirt roads are easy to navigate. I am happy I made this purchase.
👤Please scroll to the bottom to see the whole review. I've only ridden this bike for 60 miles so far but I think it's a fun bike to ride, I haven't taken it off-road but did ride on some rough side hills for a bit and it rides nice. It's a nicer looking bike than its brother. I've made a number of changes to the bike to make it more capable. Basic mechanical skills are required to do each. If you're interested in what other people have done to their bikes, look for the thread "The dolo in the (semi) wild". There is a Grease and adjust everything before you ride it for the first time. They will most likely be overtightened when they come from the factory with a small amount of grease. There are upgraded:
👤I knew there would be a lot of parts replaced, but I wanted to make it last longer than 5 days. I received a box from the company on Friday and it needed to be packed better. The box was laying down and the rear wheel was bent. I should have sent it back when I was able to pull it out. It was manageable for the short term if I kept it in 6 and didn't shift gears often. If I shifted to a lower gear, it would work itself back up to 6 within 45 seconds, but not the end of the world for a part I intended to replace. There is a Fast forward to Wednesday. I ride after work at the local park that has more hills than on Saturdays and Mondays. I have to stand up to get some extra leverage up the hill after the derailleur breaks and the chain does a complete 180 on the bike so it is upside down on the wheel. After I slide it back around and get the chain back in place, I can drive to a bike shop. There is a Less than a week has passed. I am dropping money into this bike much sooner than anticipated because I am extremely disappointed in the quality of it. If the manufacturer had packed the bike correctly, this would not have happened.
The 2.125-inch comfort tires provide a smooth ride. It's helpful to replenish soil and vegetation. The 6” Deep Tissue Chirp Wheel+ Foam Roller wheels help stretch and massage the thoracic and lumbar region muscles improving strength, flexibility, and balance. This preventative effect reduces the chance of injury and helps muscles hold up better against strain. Strengthening muscles and improving posture are two things. The 6” Deep Tissue Chirp Wheel+ Foam Roller wheels strengthen the muscles around the spine which supports the discs which relieve pressure on the spine and may slightly reduce the bulge/continued leakage of the nucleus. The wheels help correct the curve of the spine by restoring a healthy S-curve and improving posture. The 6” Deep Tissue Chirp Wheel+ Foam Roller wheels may help prevent functional disorders such as muscle tightness, scar tissue build-up, and muscle/joint spasms. It's built to last. The foam roller exercise wheel has a soft and comfortable padding that is skid resistant. The rigid core won't bend under pressure and can support up to 500 lbs. Unlike other back rollers and yoga wheels, The Chirp Wheel+ uses Trigger point technology to break up tight muscle fibers in hard to reach back muscles. It protects your spine by putting pressure on your muscles.
👤I was happy with my wheel for 3 weeks before it cracked and I fell down on my floor. My bathroom scale is not the most accurate, but I believe I'm close to the 500 pound weight limit. I could tell that the wheel was stretching and relaxing my back muscles, but the lack ofDurability keeps me from giving this product more than 1 star. I was interested in exchanging the wheel for a new one to see if it was a problem, but when I was told it would take over a year to get a new one, I was discouraged. I decided to return the product because they couldn't do anything for the hassle. It was really disappointing.
👤My item broke after a month. Reached out to chirp themselves will not warranty the product and will not accept a replacement, so Amazon can only do a refund. Don't waste your money! They won't support their own product when it breaks. Use your money somewhere else.
👤I have never used anything like this before. I just went for it with the 6 inch deep tissue. The wheel hurt me so bad when I tried to use it. I stood up and put it in the box to return it because I was done with it. My back felt better when I stood up. I swear my back feels brand new after years of abuse from football and weightlifting. This is a 10/10 recommendation. The first time felt like Bruce Lee kicked my back.
👤I said I wasn't expecting miracles with this. I didn't see a difference using this wheel. I used this for about two weeks.
👤This product makes more sense when you understand the physics of the problem. Increasing the pressure is how you get that deep tissue. I mean pounds per square inch. To distribute the same amount of weight across a smaller area is the only way to do it. The intensity of a deep stretch throughout your erectors is what you get. It is harder to balance on compared to a traditional foam roller because it is smaller to increase the pounds per square inch. A traditional foam roller will not dig in this well. If you have good balance ability, give it a try. If your ability to balance is compromised, this isn't for you.
👤I was hoping the roller would work on my upper back, but it didn't. It hurts your back and shoulders. It hurts your back. I felt worse after using it. It seems like a piece of pipe with a foam pad on it. That's what it is. It's funny. I think a clever person could go to the "Home" Store and get something like this for under $20 and maybe add thicker foam to make it better. My 2 cents.
The bike has a limited lifetime warranty. The Huffy Stone Mountain is ready for outdoor adventures with a Denim Blue hardtail frame and 21 speeds, just follow the steps in the product manual. The ideal for ages 13 and up and a minimum rider height of 5 feet, the frame is durable and backed by a limited lifetime warranty. The TZ-31 rear derailleur has a micro-shift twist shifter and aremovable rear derailleur guard to ensure consistent gear operation. The 26" X 1.95" knobby tires tear into dirt bike paths with ease; linear pull hand brakes deliver consistent stopping action; premium padded ATB saddle has stitched sides for lasting quality; and the alloy quick release provides easy seat height adjustment. The handlebars have a slight rise to minimize back and shoulder strain, and the pedals have a responsive feel.
👤I don't like writing bad reviews, I have a business and I understand when people want to rant about nonsense to get money back. That is not the reason I am here. I am here to save others from what I went through. I usually read reviews before I buy, but I didn't because I trusted the "Amazon's Choice" label. I thought I could go wrong. If I knew that the price would lead to me saying "you get what you pay for", I would have bought a nicer bike, which is what I will do now. There is a The bike is junk, it is sitting in a dump. It is garbage. I have ridden it at least 4 times. The handle bar comes loose every time I ride it, even though I have been trying to ride for about an hour to get a decent work out. I couldn't believe it when it came so loose the first time. Maybe I didn't tighten it enough. There is a Every time I ride, I have to tighten it as much as possible and it will come loose at the end of the hour. On my last ride, the left pedal is falling off, not only was the handlebar loose, but it was also my last ride. I am not doing bike stunts or tricks, I am not mountain biking on crazy trails. I ride my bike around Boston on easy trails that are not strenuous. I am a novice rider who is barely pushing the limits of the bike yet this piece of trash is falling apart right from under me as I ride it gently around bike trails in the city. It is a kind of joke. Don't waste your money. Get a real bike if you spend a little more. I will have to eat the loss since the return policy doesn't allow me to return it anymore. You will never get another dollar from me again because you stole the money.
👤I was skeptical when I bought this bike because of all the negative reviews. I check reviews and photos when buying online. There is a I know a lot about bikes, so I think huffy is a good brand. I have never put together a bike before but it seemed straight forward without the manual, I just don't care to read a manual. I was able to put the bike together in 1 hours without reading the manual or knowing how to assemble it. There is a It didn't fall apart on my ride with it, it was a first timer. There is a When I first took this bike for a ride, I immediately started playing with the gears to figure out what level I wanted the gears set at. There is a The tires that came with the bike seamed really comfy when I rode it, compared to others I have ridden recently. They wear hard as rocks. The bike seat was rather uncomfortable but I have a better seat downstairs. I will swap them! There is no big deal. It is easy to adjust to this bike. There is a The post office refused to deliver the package because it was too big, and it was frustrating. There is a They need to have someone else ship the item to resolve the issue. There is a If the shipping issue was fixed, I would give this five stars, but I am rating it a solid.
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Royce Union, Mongoose and Schwinn are some of the best brands that chosen by people for bicycle for men over 300 lbs. Find the detail in this article. Marcy, Chirp and Huffy are also brands that their products are worth to check.