GMC Denali Road Bike
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- 21-speed road bike features a lightweight aluminum frame
- Alloy side pull brake calipers and levers. High-profile alloy Vitesse racing rims
- Size suggestions-small- 5.1-5.8 inches,stand over-29 inches,medium- 5.8-6.0 inches,stand over-31 inches,large- 6.0-6.5 inches,stand over-34 inches.36 Spoke alloy nutted wheels.21 speed shimano twist shifting
- Shimano derailleur and Shimano Revo shifts makes it easy to change gears quickly and smoothly
- High-performance 700c tires are up to the challenge of rigorous street racing
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- 700 x 28c Tires
- Alloy Side Pull Brakes
- Aluminum 6061 Frame
- Alloy Water Bottle Cage
- 21 Speed Shimano Twist Shifting
GMC Denali Road Bike
The 700c GMC Denali Men's Road Bike is designed for the everyday rider looking value and performance. The Denali Road bike is built around a lightweight 6061 aluminum frame that makes it easy to hang on your bike rack or carry up stairs. This well thought out road bike features 21 speeds with drop-bar handlebars, alloy 36 spoke rims on 28mm tires, nylon pedals with steel cages, and alloy caliper brakes. The Denali Road Bike is equipped with a reliable Shimano rear derailleur for confident gear selection and Shimano Revo shifters which allow you to select gears without taking your hands off the handlebars for added control. Long rides are easier thanks to the padded Vitesse saddle designed for comfort and the water bottle holder. The Denali road bike weighs just 30lbs (medium).
- X-Small- 4'10- 5'5", Stand Over: 29"
- Small- 5'1"-5'8", Stand Over: 29"
- Medium- 5'8"-6'0", Stand Over: 31"
- Large- 6'0"-6'5", Stand Over: 34"
- The 700c Denali Road Bike is available in x-small, small, medium, and large
The GMC Denali 700C 21-Speed Road Bike is built around a lightweight aluminum road bike frame. You'll stop on a dime with the alloy calipers and brake levers and the high-profile alloy Vitesse racing rims look as good as they perform. Shimano Revo shifters allow you to shift with out taking your hands off the handle bars providing safety and confidence. A Shimano derailleur completes the drive train for quick and smooth gear changes. Lastly, this road bike will help you stay hydrated with the included alloy water bottle cage.
Style: 700c Large | Color: Black/Green
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I'm 6'2, and bought the Large frame. It's possibly a LITTLE large for me (by an inch or two), so mounting/dismounting isn't the most natural thing in the world, but I prefer riding higher up so it works out for me.
The reviews here touting how difficult it was to put together had me worried in the beginning. When it finally arrived, I was confused to no end by these reviews. Literally ALL you have to do is throw the front wheel on, put the handlebars in place and tighten them with an alan wrench, and throw the seat on.
You should read the instructions, but I found I actually didn't need them at all.
It's all VERY common sense stuff. If you have even a VAGUE idea what a bike should look like, or save that, if you know how to type "road bike" into Google and look at an image of a bike, you'll be fine.
If for some reason you've never seen a wrench in your life, there are a bunch of videos on YouTube showing you EXACTLY how to assemble this bicycle step-by-step.
I've been out of riding for a few years and so far this has been a fantastic bike for getting me back into it. Fun to ride. I'll try to update this if anything about my experience changes.
The chief part that I wish GMC / Denali had done differently was the back wheel. It comes with a freewheel style wheel, instead of the current "standard" free hub style. That effectively means you can't easily change the gear set on the back wheel to experiment with different gears. It comes standard with a 14-28 gear set which is fine for beginners, but as you get stronger you'll want to move to a 12-28 (I'm at 11-28, as small as I can get them), unless you live in a hilly area where you might not want the faster gears.
For the parts I have changed out: pedals to speed pedals & shoes, back wheel to free hub & 11-28 cassette, presta valve tubes, changed to 25 mm tires but got too many flats and went back to 32 mm touring tires and just air them up high (90-100 psi), added a bike pannier rack (I commute to work on the bike)
Of course I'm saving up to buy that $3000 carbon fiber Mekk Poggio, or maybe keep it cheap and buy a Nashbar bike. But I'm keeping this one as my commuter bike no matter what and I'll save the $$ bike for the weekends and long charity rides (MS 150, etc.)