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Folding Mountain Bike


Price: $249.99 + $93.40 shipping
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  • Folded dimensions: 32" x 32"
  • Bike Measures roughly 57" X 26" X 21"
  • 21 speeds
  • Shock absorbers for comfortable riding
  • Folds in half
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Product Description

Throw the Yellow full size 21-Speed folding mountain Bike in your car trunk and head for the mountains. Ride it down rugged hiking trails. Roll down the street to the supermarket. Cruise along the boardwalk as you enjoy the sunny skies. The advanced front and rear braking system stops on a dime. The 26-inch knobby tires with reinforced walls provide more stability for rocky, roads or concrete promenades. Molded metal pedals with teeth provide your shoes a firm grip. It's constructed of super durable aluminum alloy and steel. Three shock absorbers cushion your ride on the harshest terrain. Ergonomic seat adjusts for nearly any rider. Adjustable handlebars with dual grip can be set for cruising or climbing.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 90 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B001Z0RFMA
  • Average Customer Review: 2.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
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Customer Reviews

I have to see if the rods on the wheels are piercing the tube.
Rafael Reyes
Not every bad point of a bike is written in a review and you have to really think about a design and what it would do in practice if you were to ride it.
bandazar
If you want a folding bike YOU HAVE TO SPEND THE MONEY, lesson learned.
J. Carter

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

70 of 79 people found the following review helpful By J. Carter on August 27, 2009
Like they say, "you get what you pay for". This bike is JUNK and NOT to be rode by an adult. I took the bike to 1 bike shop and they said I would need to spend another $120 to replace the tires and rims so I could ride it (I am 6'2"/ 255lbs). The rim and tires busted by me sitting on it after I put it together and before I got to ride it (which turned out to be safe for me). Another bike shop said it was such a piece of junk (after laughing at me for buying it) they would not work on it or touch it in any way because it was cheaper then a "cheap" Wal-Mart bike (and they work on cheap Wal-Mart bikes). Now I have a bike that might not break as much when I get the new tires and rims and I cant mail it back for the full refund because I live in Maryland and to ship it back to Cali will cost $220, so the full refund does me no good and the seller said there was nothing they could do for me. If you want a folding bike YOU HAVE TO SPEND THE MONEY, lesson learned.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By bandazar VINE VOICE on October 14, 2012
I rode this bike as my commuter bike for about 3-4 years until the frame broke around where the folding part is. There are issues with this bike, but it is a good looking bike and full suspension is why I got it. I've had to replace the cheap bear trap pedals (almost all cheap bikes contain these), as they eventually broke. The seat has trouble staying up and keep on touching the rear coil. The seat also sometimes had a hard time of staying level as you really had to tighten the nuts holding the seat together. The rear plastic fender eventually broke off as I kept on hitting with my leg as I tried mounting it (it is a large bike)... I'd say you want to be a minimum of 5"5' or possibly 5"4' to ride this bike and also have your feet touch the ground on both sides.
Heavy bike too. The gears kept on switching during initial peddling because of the grip shifters (had to replace one of them with rapid fire shimano shifter). The rear cassette gear eventually broke because of the bike's weight and my riding up hill a lot. The rear kick stand eventually kept on falling down during riding because the spring mechanism just got weak or bent (and good like finding a kick stand that fits this bike that is also reliable - I had to do a custom job).
Replaced the tires with armadillo kevlars which stopped the flat tires (which happened once every two months after the first 6 months of riding). The handle bars were also a little wide for sidewalk use, so I replaced them with a handlebar that I cut the ends off of to make shorter. The alignment of this bike sucks so that the wheels kept on hitting the brake pads a little.
The bike was also missing a piece when I got it which made the bike more or less unusable (the part that keeps the handlebars in place) until I got a replacement.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on May 28, 2012
I bought two of these about 5 years ago, they are not top of the line bikes, but they ARE NOT as bad as the 1st review. I am 250+lbs and have not had the wheels fall apart, though the gear changing can be problematic I have even gone so far as to attach on of these to the bike(works well) [...]
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Rafael Reyes on June 21, 2014
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When I inflated the bike tires the front tire was leaking air then the back tire also went flat. I went to a bike shop and bought two tubes installed them on the bike and again the front one went flat. I have to see if the rods on the wheels are piercing the tube. So far it's been a week and I have not been able to ride the bike.
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0 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Marion Robinson IV on May 13, 2014
I ended up getting this bike from a friend who essentially left it behind a garage for 4 years.
I particularly needed a folding bike to travel between trains, and this one is awesome for that.. If you want an inexpensive folding bike. This one is it.. HOWEVER I did the following mods to get it where I wanted it.

1: Pay for a singlespeed conversion $15. Single speed is quieter, and easier to maintain. This also eliminates the need for a freewheel (a mandatory part on multispeed bikes). This also eliminates the need for front and rear shifters (one less part to break)

2. Get the highest quality tires and tubes you can. I'm 6'1" 205, and I haul this bike 15miles or more through woods to my cabin.
So I don't think frame durability is an issue.. I wouldnt've been able to do this on a the stock drivetrain.

I have an awesome shop that works with me so I ended up only spending $100 on the bike that I got for free. If you bought this bike and invested the same (or did the mods yourself) You'd have a kick tail bike for under 300 easily..
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