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Pacific Stratus Men's Mountain Bike (26-Inch Wheels)

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  • 26-inch men's mountain bike with steel mountain frame
  • Sure-stopping front and rear steel caliper brakes
  • Torque Drive 15-gear thumb shifters
  • Mountain handlebar and stem; steel wheels
  • 1-piece MTB crank offers wide gear range
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Product Description

Product Description

Pacific Cycle continues to lead the industry with innovative trail-conquering mountain bikes. Featuring the tough Pacific Stratus Rigid Fork Men's Mountain Bike. So get off the beaten path and bike in the great outdoors. The Stratus is equipped with steel mountain frame geometry, along with sure-stopping front and rear steel caliper brakes. The Torque Drive 15-gear thumb shifters, meanwhile help you change gears quickly while on the move. Other features include a mountain handlebar and stem, a one-piece MTB crank, and steel wheels for control and durability.

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Get off the beaten path when biking in the great outdoors with the Pacific Stratus men's 26-inch mountain bike. The Stratus is equipped with steel mountain frame geometry, along with sure-stopping front and rear steel caliper brakes. The Torque Drive 15-gear thumb shifters, meanwhile, help you change gears quickly while on the move. Other features include a mountain handlebar and stem, a one-piece MTB crank, and steel wheels for control and durability.


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 52 x 8 x 27 inches ; 45 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 46 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0030U6XIK
  • California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 warning.
  • Item model number: 264152PA
  • Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (55 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #417,560 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Customer Reviews

Please do not buy this bike.
Michael Stclair
Within the first week, the pedals broke and it struggled changing gears causing some sort of grinding sound.
Renee V
The bike is very heavy and cheaply made.
TampaJim

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34 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Melanie C TOP 1000 REVIEWER on April 14, 2012
Ok, I'm an old guy. I remember when you could buy a real, solid-metal bicycle for $40, and it was a solid, durable bicycle that would last for decades. Back then, you didn't have 'bicycle repair stores', you had general hardware and department stores, for the most-part.

In retirement, my wife and I decided we would RV the country and as most know, that means a lot of time and opportunity for bicycling too. I had not ridden a bicycle in quite a few years, but knew that I wanted a 10-18 speed bicycle that was metal, solid, not tricked-out, and that had the larger 1.75-2.00 inch wide tires, preferably in a 24-26" rim. Needless to say, sticker shock almost killed me when I went looking! I've bought several used cars for the price being charged for a bicycle now! This is insanity.

Well, instead of a no-name bicycle that cost $500 or more, I started searching for known established companies that might still make a decent bicycle. Well, Pacific Cycle is the parent company of Schwinn and Mongoose, and this is their 'generic brand' basically...so I bought one locally. I thought I'd test it out before I bought the second one. The pro's and con's are quite simple.

First, this bike is fairly solid. I am 6'2, 250-lbs, and I feel comfortable on this bike. The tires and tubes are very low-end, and if you plan on riding a lot, you can just wear these out first (won't take long), or replace them as you assemble it. I find that this bike would have an excellent review rating if everyone hadn't give it 1-star because they had to 'assemble it out of the box'...to that I reply, 'you have to assemble them even if you buy them in the store...what did you expect them to do, ship an assembled bicycle to you in the mail?' I can't believe assembly is a rating review...but whatever.
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69 of 80 people found the following review helpful By Michael Stclair on February 16, 2011
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Please do not buy this bike. I bought this and it was in perfect shape. And it still was the worst thing i've ever bought online. The quality is so low its despicable. I know its a great deal but please trust me Pacific is a terrible company for bikes.

1. both tires blew out standing on its own under normal psi.
2. Brakes were at 50% after 10 mins of riding.
3. Seat is rock hard.
4. gears make a terrible cracking sound continuously
5. The nuts and screws are made out of soft metal that will strip and break off.
6. The chances of this bike failing while riding are EXTREMELY HIGH.

I Cant believe this is a legal bike to sell. its horrific.
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50 of 60 people found the following review helpful By K. Mangum on June 13, 2010
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This bike is good looking and you can't beat the price. You will need to take a some time to put it together and double check everything. Make sure you turn the fork 180 degrees. They did this so it would fit in the box. It came packaged good. We're just using the bike for around town with the kids. I would recommend it. FYI, pacific cycle is the parent company for Schwinn and Mongoose bikes so I believe this will be a decent reliable bike for us.
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31 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Zhirafovod on October 19, 2010
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Bicycle looks very good, hence it`s quality is awful.

1. wheels were curved, so it rubs on brakes each cycle.
2. speed selection gear`s bracing is made from !PLASTIC! - no chance to make precision speed selection.
3. pedals starts to crack inside, it looks like bearing is made from plastic.
4. very heavy bicycle, it weight 2 times more than any bicycle i saw before.

The only reason to rate it 2 starts is that it`s still moving after 4 months of short commutes (2-3 times a week). Hence it`s almost not possible to tune speed selection to make it switch smoothly for even short trip and rubber on brakes is killed by curved wheels, and so on...

And it`s really not easy to assemble this bicycle, you need additional tools and once again it`s hard to tune speed selection gear. (i do it easily for bicycle of my spouse).

buying this bicycle for $100 instead of used brand one for $50 was mistake.
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By S. Moeller on August 26, 2010
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I ordered 2 of these as cheap starter bikes, but the plan back fired. First, one of the bikes arrived in a box in pieces with no packing or cushioning material, and the frame was bent. After exchanging it with Amazon (the exchange went smoothly), I had 2 working bikes. Unfortunately, after only a couple of five mile rides on a smooth riding trail, we had 2 flat tires and a bent wheel.
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19 of 25 people found the following review helpful By susie on June 30, 2010
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I am so disappointed in this bike. Yes, it looks nice and was very easy to put together, after my husband took the initiative to finally put it together. It sat in the box in my livingroom for two months, but that is a different story. The day he did decide to put it together, we decided to drive a half hour away to go and enjoy trails with our kids, well......we went less than a mile, and his chain came off the back wheel because the sprocket, or gear or whatever is made of plastic and broke. Now it is ruined. I would not recommend this bike to anyone!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By commuter on July 19, 2012
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So I was lured in by the cheap price, and I suppose the saying is 'you get what you pay for' but I paid for a working product, and thus far it has proven very disappointing.

As with many of the other reviews, I've had problems with brakes(back breaks didnt work at all as soon as I got the bike, and my trying to fix them had no effect.) gears(fragile looking, don't change very well between settings) and today the handlebars and pedals. Keep in mind, this is my first full day of use, and the right pedal began coming undone on the second or third ride. Likewise, the handlebar link to the front tire also came undone(but not unattached) in spite of my tightening it. Since I came home I've reattached/resecured both pedals and handlebars, but we'll see how the next ride goes.

Even giving the benefit of the doubt on my failing to secure all parts properly, this product gets a low rating because of the myriads of little issues it comes with right out of the box.(the second star is based entirely on the fact that I am thus far able to fix the bike) Assembly is one thing, but a consumer shouldn't have to deal with broken brakes, noisy/ineffective gear shifting or faulty screws/bolts that don't move very well even when using proper tools. This is the sort of quality you'd expect from a fix up bike, not something brand new. Like many others, I am also having to replace one tire(again, after only 1 day of use)

If you're someone who enjoys constantly repairing bikes, this is a good buy. if you ride for leisure, errands, or like me, on a budget and using a bike for commuting/transportation, I'd advise you to steer clear of this product.
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