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Huffy 26" Rock Creek Dual Suspension Mountain Bike

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  • Dual rear-spring and front fork suspension
  • 18-speed index shifting for smooth, easy shifting
  • Front and rear alloy linear pull brakes for solid control
  • Shimano 6-speed index rear derailleur, for great performance
  • 26" x 1.95" mountain tires to ride anywhere
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Product Description

The 26" Huffy Rock Creek Bike is as much about performance as it is fun. Combining the dual suspension frame and fork, you get the spring response to handle anywhere you ride, trails, off road or around town. Smooth, high performance shifting is delivered with easy to read and easy to shift 18 speed index shifters using a Shimano rear derailleur. Alloy linear pull brakes mean you have solid control when you stop. The red mens 26 bike padded saddle is designed for comfort, plus the quick release binder makes it easy to adjust or remove the saddle anytime. When you go for a ride on the Huffy Rock Creek, you wont look back!

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 41 pounds
  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B00CJNPOG6
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #830,589 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Gabor Barsai on August 4, 2013
Never had a mountain bike, wanted to try it. For the price, it's a good beater. Bike held up well on forest trail. If I buy another, probably will get bigger frame as this is a little small, but wanted to start small to make sure I can get my feet down quickly if start to lose balance. Initially, wanted to buy the 27.5" bike, but glad I chose the smaller. I don't think I would have been able to control the bigger bike at the start. But love the feeling on the forest trail. Very different experience than riding a road bike on a smooth path. It is also heavier than a road bike. The shocks are great, I expected a bumpy ride over the roots, rocks, but surprisingly smooth. The small wheels turn on a dime. Would recommend as a starter bike. Really, a pleasant surprise, wasn't sure what I was getting for the low price. Two observations: the grips on the handlebars start to move after a few hours of biking on the trails and have to be pushed back at home, and no matter how much I adjust the chain and shifters the shifting is never quite as smooth as the promo says, many times have to play a bit to get the correct gear. The bike frame itself is sturdy and the shock and seat are easy to adjust. Brakes are fine.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Bong R on July 23, 2013
I bought this bike in Walmart after I found that the bike that I wanted - a Schwinn women's hybrid was too tall for me to even get on :(. So this bike was recommended by the "bike associate". I rode it home about 3 - 4 miles on paved and slightly unpaved roads. It held up well on uneven surfaces with no real jarring...however the seat is not comfortable and I had saddle syndrome (I made that term up). I'll get a padded seat and update when I go on the trails....on another note the bike is not light - but certainly easier lifted than the steel type hybrid bikes like Schwinn.
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