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Jeep 29er Comanche Mountain Bike (18.5 Inch, Satin Copper)

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4 out of 5 stars 41 customer reviews
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  • 18.5-inch mountain bike with lightweight, handcrafted aluminum frame
  • Zoom 29er suspension fork with 65mm of travel ideal for tough trails
  • Oversized 31.8mm alloy handlebar and stem; rear linear pull brake
  • Shimano Tourney 21-speed shifters and rear derailleur; Radius front disc brake
  • CST Caballero 29 x 2.25 tires; beautiful satin copper finish
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Introducing the do it all Jeep Comanche 29er Mountain Bike! Starts off with a hand crafted, light-weight 6061 aluminum frame that exudes quality. Shimano Tourney 21 speed shifters and rear derailleur provide lightning fast and accurate shifting. A Radius 165mm front disc brake and rear linear pull brake ensure that you stop on a dime. When you hit the trails, you will immediately notice the zero flex that the oversize 31.8 alloy handle bar and stem provide, giving you confidence as you tackle tricky single track. CST Caballero 28 x 2.25 tires provide plenty of traction in all conditions. The Jeep Comanche 29er is finished in a beautiful satin finish copper that will turn heads wherever you ride. Available in 18.5 inch frame size, 23.25 inch virtual top tube.

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Whether you're looking to rip through a tough mountain trail or commute a few miles to work, the Jeep 29er Comanche mountain bike does it all. The 18.5-inch bike is outfitted with a lightweight, handcrafted aluminum frame with forged drop outs, along with a Zoom 29er suspension fork with 65mm of travel. As a result, you can easily cruise through tough bumps and nasty branches without penalty. The oversized 31.8mm alloy handlebar and stem, meanwhile, provide zero flex, giving you plenty of confidence as you tackle tricky single track. And riders will love the Shimano Tourney 21-speed shifters and rear derailleur, which provide lightning fast, accurate shifting. Additional details include a sure-stopping 165mm Radius front disc brake and rear linear pull brake; CST Caballero 28 x 2.25 tires that provide plenty of traction in all conditions; and a beautiful satin copper finish guaranteed to turn heads.


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  • Product Dimensions: 74 x 26 x 46 inches ; 41 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 45.2 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B004073506
  • Item model number: 2952
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (41 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #341,860 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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The bike was easy to put together and the parts gave the feeling of good quality. It is incorrectly stated in the product info that the tires are 28 inches....they are in fact 29. The bike feels light for it's size. The handle bar is nice and big and has a cool tapered style. Nice grips. It sits high so no need for fooling around with a stem raiser. I'm 6 feet tall and 200 pounds.....finally feel like I have a bike that is the right size for me. Plenty of clearance between your feet and the front tire as you turn. The front shock is excellent and very smooth....the bike bounces over potholes nicely. I don't miss the rear shock. Love the lever shifters....the rear derailleur is heavy duty.....the gears feel much different than 26". I've been on 5 rides from about 5-10 miles....half city and half trails....where I used to cruise in 13th speed, I tend to do about 11th speed on this bike. I'm adjusting to using lower gears since gear for gear, it takes more torque with the 29" tires as compared to 26". The front disk brake is also heavy duty and works well and so does the back linear pull. The seat post is generous at about 12" but I still needed a longer one and a comfort seat...I could do without the jeep branding but who cares. The bike is made by Kent in case you didn't figure that out. I also added rear fender, water bottle holder and bar ends that I use to sit upright to take stress off my back. It's big and beautiful and excellent for the price! I love it!
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By Rumpy on September 25, 2012
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Overall, I get the bike an 8.5 out of 10. The quality is good, the durability and mechanical features are very good. The seat was a little cheap and was immediately upgraded, and the bike came with some shipping flaws... All preventable. The wheels were straight and tires actually held air without slime.
The handlebars are tapered and you may want to change them if you like attachments that cater to the 3/4" format (standard) and you will find them a tad short.. I wanted to put End bars on the corners but it would have cramped my grip when not in use.

It is a big bicycle and heavier than most, but it seems rugged and I expect it to be ready to go any time I am, for quite some time. It was IMO well worth the $233.00 asking price along with free shipping and no sales tax.
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First, anyone who thinks they can take a $250 bike and race it down the north face of Eiger is delusional. That said, I rode this down a few flight of steps here and there with no ill effects to the bike.

About the only other option at this price point is a Target-brand bike and those had massive recalls due to frame failures a few years back. What you're getting here is an aluminum frame with lifetime warranty from Kent Intl. with various cheap-ish bits bolted on. The good news is those bits are all replaceable, the bad news is you need to do it yourself. If you can't/won't, go to a local bike store and buy one off the floor for $500 or so -- what you'll be paying for is a bike adjusted to fit you, a free tune-up after the break-in period, and a good shop will give you a lifetime of free service. If you take this bike to a shop to be set up for you, expect to pay the difference: they won't give you all those warranties unless they replace half the parts with the ones they trust etc., with work those will add up to at least $200.

Replaced so far:
* Acera front derailleur -- the original tourney needed readjustment every other day (FD-M360),
* eleven81 ajustable stem -- it turns out my back likes a more upright position; I went with a 125mm, the original is 100mm (31.8mm),
* eleven81 quick-release clamp (31.8mm) -- you might want to get this right away since you'll mostly be adjusting the seat in the beginning,
* assorted bits and pieces like lights, stem spacers, and cable ends.
You might want to buy a crank wrench/BB tool right away, too: the bottom bracket on my bike had to be re-tightened after a few weeks.
Two things still on my to-buy list right now are a better seat and a rack/panniers.

Overall it's a good commuter/light-duty trail bike for someone 6' or taller. It is noticeably heavier than a road bike, it will take much more abuse than a lightweight road bike.
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I knew not to expect the world for $250 after seeing other mountain bikes going for $thousands, but this bike seems well built and sure looks like it costs a lot more. I'm a big guy, 6' 280 with pretty long legs and am more than comfortable on this big boy. I assume that a competitive mountain biker would want to pay a few grand to ensure they have the very best, but for us weekend warriors, I think this bike is perfect- I was able to put it through a pretty bumpy, hilly and muddy course with no issues and distance riding on the road is no problem. The gear shifters are really neat, but switching to from the largest sprocket to the smallest (front) while cranking uphill made the chain pop off- but it switched smoothely all other times. The brakes work great with little adjustment and I found the minimal assembly a breeze without opening the instructions.
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My husband is 6'3" and he bought this bike wanting alittle lift.. and he got it! he loves it... its a big bike! Im 5'9" and there is no way I could ride this bike! It seems to be built alright.. My husband had a little trouble witht he brakes at first and now hes playing with all the gears which arent shifting smoothly but those kinks Im sure will work their way out the more we ride em'!! over all.. good bike!
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