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Old 10-22-17, 04:15 AM
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Picked from the net

Found this from the internet. Cheap mountainbike. Interesting colors. Any comments on these ones?

Order 10 and get them at 83USD per piece.

From the seller's page - Specifications/Special Features:
Frame: 26'', high carbon steel material
Color: red, blue, black, white & black, mint green, purple, or customize
Fork: disc brake suspension fork
Handlebar: diameter 31.8mm straight alloy
handlebar: special for MTB
Rims: double layers aluminum alloy 36 holes cutter rims/magnesium alloy
Grips: environmental with alloy ox bar end
Brake lever: alloy with power off switch
Gear: 21 speed
Tyre: Taiwan environmental wires
Rim: size 26''
Chain wheel and crank: Chaohui brand steel 44T
Shifter: shifter, Shimano Shimano TX-30
Derailleur: front Shimano TX-50, rear Shimano TZ-50
Freewheel: 7 cones
Net weight: 21kg or more than
Suitable people: 150-190cm height
Gross weight: 23kg or more than
Pedal: rhombus, aluminum alloy with plastic material
Seat tube: alloy material diameter 28.6
Hub: 36H special for snow MTB bicycle
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Old 10-22-17, 08:16 AM
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No, I'm not going to buy myself. These bikes just look like fixies with all those shiny colors an all.

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Old 10-22-17, 09:56 AM
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Looks like a road frame. Says it has front suspension but appears to be a solid fork. ..
I'm going to have to say no on this one. For 83USD how much quality can we reasonably expect?
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Old 10-22-17, 07:13 PM
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I might as well just pay for a joyride in an ambulance probably cheaper than that bike would actually cost.
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Old 10-23-17, 02:41 AM
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Originally Posted by stykthyn View Post
Looks like a road frame. Says it has front suspension but appears to be a solid fork. ..
I'm going to have to say no on this one. For 83USD how much quality can we reasonably expect?
You have to buy few to get the cheapest price. So guess it's a bit for retailers price. But individual can buy these bikes too. These bikes actually have track bike drop outs rear. But seriously, with those colors they look like fixies,with just derailleurs and brakes put on. And the weight: 21kg, really!? It's like almost 3 road bikes...myself, I wouldn't go to the mountains with these, you get back with an ambulance/helicopter.

And rear derailleur, TZ is better known as Tourney.

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Old 10-23-17, 02:45 AM
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Originally Posted by veganbikes View Post
I might as well just pay for a joyride in an ambulance probably cheaper than that bike would actually cost.
Yes, and the saddle position in pics is hilarious. You probably slide to the top tube while riding from seat. And the net weight, 21kg? For how many bikes? Narrow tyres for offroad? And the wheels are not suitable for offroading for sure.

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Old 10-24-17, 05:04 PM
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If only I had 9 friends and we all had 83 dollars, lol!
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