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Huffy Mens' Granite 26 Inch Mountain Bike

by Huffy

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  • Features are steel hard tail frame with Rigid Sport Series (RSS) fork.
  • 15-speed index with V-luxe shifter.
  • V-luxe linear pull brakes.
  • Alloy rims with 26 x 1.95-Inch knobby tires.
  • Quick release seat plus premium padded saddle with bumper guards.
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Product Description

Huffy No.26202 26 Inch Men's Lunar Eclipse Blue Granite Bike

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 69 x 25 x 43 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 41.9 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0000645DV
  • Item model number: 26202
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #219,895 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

Very nice bike.
Les West
This happened the same day the pedal fell off.
klotchley
Oh, sure, it didn't fall apart on me.
Michael Barnathan

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Carol Mayer on December 8, 2012
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Its a nice 15 speed bike with attractive design and paint and the price is good for the quality you receive.
Assembly is pretty easy for someone with a few basic tools like adjustable wrenches and screwdrivers. There is one tool required that many will not have and that is a metric allen wrench. fortunately I had one (supplied with a previous bike I purchased). This item should be supplied with the bike since it is not a very common one and would require most buyers to stop assembly and run to a store to purchase one.
The assembly is simply a matter of installing the front wheel, handlebars, seat and pedals, then connecting the brake cable and adjusting the brakes. Sounds much more complicated than it is.
FINAL NOTE: WHEN ASSEMBLING MAKE SURE THE FRONT WHEEL FORK IS ORIENTED SUCH THAT THE FRONT BRAKES ARE IN FRONT OF THE FORK AND NOT BETWEEN THE FORK AND FRAME OTHERWISE THE PEDALS WILL INTERFERE WITH THE TURNING OF THE HANDLEBARS/FRONT WHEEL.
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12 of 15 people found the following review helpful By klotchley on September 22, 2012
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I'm disappointed, I thought this bike would speak hirer being a Huffy. I am wrong in various ways. I put the bike together and then out of fifteen gears, I have five. The bike looks very cool and is a self assemble,but I am not happy to have to take it to a bike shop to pay for adjustments. I decided to ride the bike for a while and then the front rim bent. This happened the same day the pedal fell off. Now I might not have tightened the pedal as tight as I should have, but that doesn't explain for a bent rim. I've riden a Schwinn for years and not once have I bent a rim. I think I'll be modifying this bike quite a bit. Its not the worst bike in the world for a 100 bucks , but I plan on spending more. So, if you want to buy a cheap bike and have enough cash for some modifications, this is a good one. I'm not trying to say anything againt AMAZON or the seller. Huffy/Made in China
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Caleb on February 17, 2013
I think most bikes in the $100-200 range are pretty much pass-fail (does it ride like a bicycle, do parts pop off, etc.)
And as far as that goes, I'd say...pass. It's exactly what I'd expect a bare-bones, 15-speed to be. Definitely not the nicest, but if you really just need a working bike ASAP, I'd say it's worth it. Though if you have some $60 extra to spend, I might upgrade to the Schwinn Discover Mens' Hybrid (700C): http://www.amazon.com/Schwinn-Discover-Mens-Hybrid-Wheels/dp/B0030U8SU6/ref=sr_1_fkmr1_1?s=sporting-goods&ie=UTF8&qid=1359527044&sr=1-1-fkmr1&keywords=schwinn+discover

As others have mentioned, some assembly is required. For the most part, so long as you have a metric allen wrench (5-6mm), a regular wrench, and some screwdrivers, it should take you less than half an hour. It's worth noting that the brakes are extremely tricky if you're used to disc brakes, though. These ones are Shimano-style, specifically V-brake, direct-pull cantilever brakes. Tip: THROW OUT HUFFY'S MANUAL, WRITE A NEW ONE, AND MAIL IT TO THEM. It's completely useless, and actually more confusing than random guesswork. Google "Adjusting Direct-Pull Cantilever Brakes," and you should be in good shape. I used Sheldon Brown's site and mostly just followed the images. Worked much better.
That said, although Shimanos are a bit of a pain to set up, I've grown to love them. They'll stop on a dime with less than half of full pressure applied. Living in an area with rain and hills, that's literally a life-saver.

Not sure if you can tell from the picture, but the tires aren't quick-release. Less convenience, true, but that also means it's less convenient for bike-thieves. Plus, if you want a quick-release feature later, it's still a viable option.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Michael Barnathan on October 22, 2012
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Oh, sure, it didn't fall apart on me. But from the moment it's unpacked, this bike has problems:

First, assembly. The manual was apparently written for all of Huffy's bikes concurrently, and is useless at assembling this one, because only a few random bits apply to building this model (and it is not immediately clear which). It doesn't come with an Allen wrench of the appropriate size, and it was surprisingly difficult to find one. Having just assembled all of the furniture in my apartment from scratch, I can say that even taking the non-specificity of the manual into account, this is one of the least clear assembly guides I've ever seen. You can't make out most of the diagrams, much less figure out what they want you to do, and terms are used ambiguously throughout the manual.

Anyway, after a couple of hours of muddling, I managed to get the bike together. I then took it for a ride.

The bike advertises 15 speeds, but half of them don't seem to work. The chain slips in some of them, and others simply leave you pedaling with no impact on the bike's forward motion - this nearly caused an accident when I first tried it. The chain is not a component of the assembly, so I'm pretty confident it's an issue with the bike, and not something that I screwed up while putting it together.

Restricted to the subset of speeds which actually work, I find it very hard to get up hills. It is not very efficient for urban biking either (but then, it is a mountain bike). The hand brakes are too far from the handlebars and start to hurt your hands in short order (though some tinkering with a screwdriver may prove them adjustable).

Overall, I'd recommend spending $50 to $100 more and getting a better quality bike. I can't see myself riding this day-to-day.
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