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Men's Magna Glacier Point Mountain Bike - 26"


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  • ASIN: B001F0LX7I
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,590,282 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By T. O'shea on October 21, 2009
This bike is a cheap, basic but solid 'mountain' bike. It has standard 26" wheels and suggests a max weight of about 190 Lbs.
It has 15 gears, traditional cantilever brakes and no front or rear suspension. It is surprisingly solid for the price. I've had it less than 1 week and the only complaint i have so far is that the saddle is fairly hard. In any case, this is a good budget entry level mountain bike. It seems like the type of bike you have to respect or else things will start to go wrong: I doubt i'll be taking it out onto the mountain, for example. Probably best to stick to roads or flat trails. Does what you expect of a 60 dollar bike.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By jjazombie on February 24, 2012
I bought two of these Magna Glacier Point bikes in 2003. One for me and one for my wife so we could ride the local bike trails with our kids. Suprisingly 9 years later we still use them regularly, or at least I do. I use it to ride around town or to the local pond for a couple of hours of fishing.I also take it on camping trips to ride around the campground. Neither one has given us any trouble over the years, but I do know bikes and service them when necessary. They do have the look and feel of a cheap bike, but work well if not abused.

I was at the local department store recently purchasing a new Schwinn Ranger for my son's birthday. I looked over a new Magna Glacier Point bike and was disappointed to see that the price was increased by $20 and it appears the quality has decreased. Most notably the brakes of all things have changed. They are the flimsiest looking things I have ever seen on a bike, to the point of looking unsafe. On that point alone I would not recommend this bike to anyone. If you want a new bike you should spend a bit more to get something better. If you don't mind a used bike there are plenty on craigslist that are in this price range, many barely used at all. I recently purchased a like new mountain bike for trail riding from craigslist at half the original selling price.

I'll still use my Magna to ride around town. After all who would want to steal it?
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By S. C. Ramsey on November 22, 2009
I purchased this bike three months ago for 70 dollars. I needed a bicycle to get me from my apartment to campus, and to tool around on on the weekend and the occasion fifteen mile ride. I've been very pleased with the bike so far. It is light and its ride is comfortable enough. It is fairly quick for being a mountain bike, but I wouldn't venture out on overly rough trails with it. I've had some problems with the derailers not shifting the front gears correctly, but my opinion is that the defect is product of shoddy assembly at the store I got it from, but it is easy enough to fix. The brakes aren't the best, but odds are the bike can't go fast enough to the point that this would be a serious health hazard. The tires are sturdy, and I've taken on six inch curbs with no damage to the bike or the tires. For seventy dollars the performance can't be beat, and I can say I have been very pleased with its performance. The furthest I have ever been out in one ride was fifteen miles, and it held up just fine.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By new rider on February 10, 2012
I got this bike at Target on clearance for $26 after tax, so no complaint about the quality would be valid. It stood up for ~50 miles before, like someone else mentioned, the pedal came loose and eventually pushed out of the socket ruining the tread on the crank arm -- potentially pretty dangerous, especially for a beginner.

Luckily I was uphill at the time, and on my bus route anyway.

I also replaced the seat b/c it is very hard, and the top speed sucks (top gear is probably about 15 mph). I am using it to commute 6 mi mainly for exercise, not speed, so the 35-45 min ride is OK for me.

Overall, it's a decent option if you can find it cheap, but maybe think about replacing the pedals and crank arms before riding long distances.
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