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Victory Vision Men's Road Bike

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  • Victory Vision Men's Road Bicycle with 700c tires and a 20-inch frame, ideal for commuting, pleasure riding, and around town use
  • Lightweight and responsive aluminum frame with an adjustable seat post
  • 12 speeds with a Shimano shifter and rear derailleur for smooth and reliable shifting with plenty of adjustability
  • Super strong front and rear alloy caliper brakes and durable alloy rims that will not rust
  • Comfortable alloy drop bar handlebars and platform pedals for easy riding
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Product Description

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The Victory Vision Men's Road Bicycle is ideal for commuting and for town and country riding. The 20-inch aluminum frame is light and responsive, while 700c wheels offer speed and stability on the road. With 12 speeds, the bike has plenty of adjustability to handle inclines, and Shimano shifters and rear derailleur ensures smooth and steady shifting. The bike is equipped with super-strong front and rear alloy caliper brakes with alloy rims for a superior braking surface that will not rust. The bike has comfortable alloy drop bar handle bars that help you maintain a comfortable position on the bike, and the platform pedals are easy to operate and don't require special biking shoes.

Specifications:

  • Bike type: Road
  • Frame size: 20 inches
  • Frame material: Aluminum
  • Weight: 32 pounds
  • Number of gears: 12
  • Shifter: Shimano
  • Rear derailleur: Shimano
  • Rims: Alloy
  • Tires: 700c
  • Front and rear brakes: Alloy caliper
  • Handle bars: Alloy drop bar
  • Seat post: Adjustable
  • Seat clamp: Alloy clamp with Allan head bolt adjustment
  • Pedals: Platform
  • Standover height: 29.5 inches

Product Description

This Victory Vision Road Bicycle has a light Alloy Men's Frame, Shimano 12-Speed Stem Shifters, complete Shimano Drivetrain, a Comfortable Road Racing Saddle, Alloy Hubs, Double Wall Alloy Rims, and Alloy Seat Post. This bike is meant for speed and strength!

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 36.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B002D126EW
  • Item model number: 70326-9
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #214,550 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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The assembly, however, is a bear if you've never assembled a bike before (which I haven't).
Jonathan
DO NOT get this bike if you plan on riding it for more than a month or two. bought it for my boyfriend in June 2012 and had problems with EVERY part of this bike.
ns1991
If I get more into biking, I'll surely look for a better brand - Trek - but as for now, I get a taste of how things feel (like a trial bike though).
NUKevin

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43 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Jonathan VINE VOICE on March 30, 2010
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I'll get the good out first. This is a great bike for the money; I looked all over in stores for a comparable bike and couldn't find one for under $250. Once assembled, the bike rides fine, the gears shift pretty smoothly and the brakes are decent. The seat leaves something to be desired (it's VERY narrow) but the handlebars are great (there's a good layer of comfort foam). The frame is sturdy and well-painted (any decals are covered with a layer of clear enamel) with the only stickers being of the generic variety, like the standard "warning: always wear a helmet" one. It took me a little while to adjust everything to where I wanted it, but once there everything was hunky-dory.

The assembly, however, is a bear if you've never assembled a bike before (which I haven't). I consider myself decently handy, and if you give me a good set of directions I can usually figure things out no problem. The instruction manual in this case, however, isn't for this specific model of bike; it's a generic that reads like one of those choose-your-own-adventure books that were popular back in the day. My first clue was the warning that "pictures may not match your particular model." As I went on, I encountered a lot of "if your bike comes with this kind of...", which became very frustrating very quickly, especially when I got to the brakes - maybe it's just me, but none of those pictures look like what I was working on.

Since there are no pictures of this bike model in the manual, I had to do a lot of guessing. For example, I found out AFTER I had completed and ridden the bike that the gear shift goes under, and not on, the handlebar, and that was only from looking at the Amazon picture.
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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By MN Ryan on May 11, 2010
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I bought this bike wanting to try out cycling, possibly getting more serious in the future. I can't speak to others problems but here are a few things I found:

-The bike itself is solid, but not overly heavy.
-Assembly is a real pain, especially the front brake and attaching the shifters to the handlebar stem. These two things probably took up 75% of my assembly time.
-Adjusting the gearing is equally maddening, as there doesn't seem to be a happy medium.
-Replace the stock seat, your "bits" will thank you.

That being said...the bike is great to ride. The handlebars are comfortable, and riding position is adequate (although that may just be a matter of proper adjustment). I am 6'1", and fit comfortably, although I wouldn't recommend the bike to anyone taller. I would recommend this as a great entry level road bike (especially for the price!), and a good buy for anyone not sure about whether they will want to start biking a lot. No reason to drop minimum $500 on a new road bike, when this will last a few summers for the casual biker.

***EDIT (10.03.2010)***

Ridden this bike most of the summer, on a weekly basis. A few more problems than I would have liked, but overall it has performed well. The handlebars seem to loosen themselves pretty easily, and you will need to buy a rather long allen wrench to fix the problem (inside the front stem). Brakes are moderately awful, but I am still able to stop after applying some pretty serious pressure (adjusting the brakes on this bike is an exercise in futility). Overall, I'm still pretty happy, but will upgrade next summer or as money allows.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By ro on October 25, 2010
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It is in the same price range as that of the Denali Road Bike. I have owned both the bikes now and would say that this one is better. I have owned this bike for a month and have no problems yet. I drive 5 to 10 miles every day. The bike is definitely not great if you're seriously into biking, but for normal day to day use, I would take this any day for the price. One of the gears doesn't work very well and that is the reason why I have given it 4 stars instead of 5.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on April 6, 2012
So, you want to start cycling? Never had a road bike before? Not sure you want to spend the >$500 for the models found on "biking websites" like Nashbar or David's cycles? Yes. This is the bike for you.

I bought this bike as a replacement for the HYBRID I had been riding in triathlons (hey, it's all about the motor, right?). I agree that assembling it was quite a challenge. I was never TOTALLY pleased with the shifting or the brakes.

Note: 1) I'm female, but road bikes are pretty much the same regardless of gender and I'm pretty tall, so the men's bike was actually a better fit. 2) I added to the bike: a different seat, clipless SPD pedals, water bottle holder, gear pack (beneath the seat), rear light and bike computer hookup including cadence sensor. Which was probably about $130 worth of extras.

For the first few months, it was reasonably servicable. I rode 2 tri's with no incident. Then I started getting flats. Not just once in a while. I mean, every time I took the bike out, either one or both tires were flat. I started carrying tire irons and a fix a flat kit with me EVERYWHERE. I went through tubes like tissues.

Finally, after an aborted ride due to blowing THREE tubes while attempting to change and then air them, I took it to a bike shop. Not only did the tech inform me that my rim strips/tape on the inside of my rims was about as cheap as you get (and completely broken down), but the brake cables/housings are completely wrong and had been routed badly (I don't remember but I think they were already routed when I assembled it). So he had to replace my cables, housings and reroute the brakes.
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