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Polaris 600RR Men's Mountain Bike

by Polaris

List Price: $274.99
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  • Entry-level men's mountain bike with steel hardtail frame
  • Dependable Shimano 21-speed Tourney drive train
  • Shimano grip shifters for easy, accurate gear changes
  • Front suspension fork for on- and off-road adventures
  • Includes kickstand for easy storage
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Product Description

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The Polaris 600RR mountain bike is built on a durable steel hardtail frame and is equipped with Shimano's dependable 21 speed Tourney gearing. The Shimano Revo Grip shifters make changing gears easy and accurate through all 21 speeds. For added comfort, the suspension fork will smooth out the trails and soften the bumps for your arms and shoulders. The Polaris 600RR is a great entry level bike with a 19-inch frame and 26 inch wheels.

Features:

  • Entry-level men's mountain bike with steel hardtail frame
  • Dependable Shimano 21-speed Tourney drive train
  • Shimano grip shifters for easy, accurate gear changes
  • Front suspension fork for on- and off-road adventures
  • Includes kickstand for easy storage

Specifications:

  • Frame: Steel hardtail frame 19 inches
  • Front Suspension: Non-adjustable, 50 mm travel Fork
  • Wheels: Alloy, 26 in. x 1.5 in.
  • Tires: 26 by 1.95 inch Innova all-terrain
  • Shifters: Shimano Revo Twist Shifter, 7 speed
  • Front Derailleur: Shimano TZ31
  • Rear Derailleur: Shimano Tourney
  • Crank: Alloy, 28 x 38 x 48 T
  • Pedals: MTB type
  • Saddle: MTB Type
  • Seat Post: Alloy, 28.9mm x 300 mm
  • Handlebars: Steel, MTB 30 mm rise
  • Stem: Steel, 25 degree rise, 100 mm
  • Headset: Steel threaded 1 inch
  • Brake Set: linear pull
  • Rear: linear pull

ASIN:B0011RATYI TITLE:Polaris 600RR Women's Mountain Bike ATTRIBUTE_NAME:7470 REVIEW:The Polaris 600RR mountain bike is built on a durable steel hardtail frame and is equipped with Shimano's dependable 21 speed Tourney gearing. The Shimano Revo Grip shifters make changing gears easy and accurate through all 21 speeds. For added comfort, the suspension fork will smooth out the trails and soften the bumps for your arms and shoulders. The Polaris 600RR is a great entry level bike with a 17-inch frame and 26 inch wheels.

Features:

  • Entry-level women's mountain bike with steel hardtail frame
  • Dependable Shimano 21-speed Tourney drive train
  • Shimano grip shifters for easy, accurate gear changes
  • Front suspension fork for on- and off-road adventures
  • Includes kickstand for easy storage

Specifications:

  • Frame: Steel hardtail frame 17 inches
  • Front Suspension: Non-adjustable, 50 mm travel Fork
  • Wheels: Alloy, 26 by 1.5 inches
  • Tires: 26 by 1.95 inch Innova all-terrain
  • Shifters: Shimano Revo Twist Shifter, 7 speed
  • Front Derailleur: Shimano TZ31
  • Rear Derailleur: Shimano Tourney
  • Crank: Alloy, 28 x 38 x 48 T
  • Pedals: MTB type
  • Saddle: MTB Type
  • Seat Post: Alloy, 28.9mm x 300 mm
  • Handlebars: Steel, MTB 30 mm rise
  • Stem: Steel, 25 degree rise, 100 mm
  • Headset: Steel threaded 1 inch
  • Brake Set: linear pull
  • Rear: linear pull

Product Description

Built on a durable steel hardtail frame and equipped with Shimano's dependable 21 speed Tourney gearing, the Polaris 600RR Men's is ready for all your off and on road adventures. The Shimano Grip Shift shifters make gear changes easy and accurate. The dependable performance of the suspension fork will smooth every trail. This is the perfect entry-level mountain bike.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 30 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0011RGZPA
  • Item model number: 60426-8
  • Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #572,259 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By S. CUNNINGHAM on November 3, 2008
I LOVE this bicycle. It's lightweight, very well put together, easy to assemble, great graphics and all with a LOW price! I highly recommend this bike.
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8 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Robert Ion on May 7, 2009
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Technically, this bike might be OK: It's relatively robust, it has Shimano dérailleur and, as you might assume, it has some of Polaris' brand name. Only that the latter, the Polaris affiliation, does not apply. You'll see a lot of Polaris stickers on the bike, but the manufacturer, as described on the box, is some Chinese company. Overall, the quality level is really not satisfying. I'd say, "Spend more and get something that offers better quality." On the other side, if you're a beginner searching for a weekender bike, this is a very good and cost-effective bike.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By JH15NYY on August 6, 2010
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this bike is sooooo good! it didnt come in red/black like i wanted but it still looks sick with the blue/white color to it. the suspension is great when going over huge rocks and going down steep hills. its a very silent bike and the shimano tourney gearing system is so easy and looks awesome on the bike. everyday i wake up and want to go back out and ride it!
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Ken Adams on June 27, 2010
Very aggravated with this bike. First, I will never even ride it because I can't get assembled correctly but secondly I don't know if I even would because other than Shimano shifters and derailers, everything else on this bike is pure crap. I have 2 problems with assembly and there is only like 4 parts to assemble. 2 of those are pedals! (Which those went on fine). Instructions say to flip bike over and drop front wheel into fork. Well you can't do that because the brakes are so tightly installed there is no way to clear the tire through the brake pads so you have to take off one of the brake pads to get the wheel into the fork groove. Now install the quick release lever. Wait a minute. If I have to remove a brake pad every time I need to remove the tire what is the sense in a quick release lever? Not to worry. Even that doesn't install correctly. If you tighten it down, the wheel won't spin. If you loosen it up the quick release lever folds in too far and will hit the spokes. I could not locate a middle ground and frankly would like to know that my front tire is securely in place before riding. This did not make me comfortable at all. So, I figure I'm willing to see if I'm doing something wrong and I go to their website which prides themselves in their 24/7 support so I call them and all of their call centers are closed. Hmmm. ok. Let's move on. I notice the right side of the bake brakes is rubbing the tire so I decide to try and adjust that. Hmmm well can't do it. There is one bolt on each side of the frame that holds the brake shoes. Other than sliding the brake pad up and down or loosening the tensioner, you can't adjust the distance from the brake pad to the tire rim. I'm done. Taking it back tomorrow and getting the made in America Schwinn which I should have in the first place.Read more ›
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By Phoenix.Carlton on November 5, 2013
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broke instantly, doesn't change gears efficiently at all. and needs a better way to center the brakes when in assembly.
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