GMC Denali Women's Road Bike (20"/50cm Frame)
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- Frame: Aluminum 7005 straight gauge; 19.5 inch frame
- Fork: GMC Series 7000 steel; traditional dropped top tube women's configuration
- Brakes: Promax 501A Alloy Caliper Brake
- Shimano derailleur and Shimano Revo shifts
- Weight: 29 pounds
- Handle Bars need to be Tightened to control movement
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92707 Features: -Road bike.-Shimano revo shifters.-Alloy water bottle cage.-700C Hi performance tires.-Shimano 21-speed derailleur.-Alloy calipers and alloy brake levers.-Hi profile alloy vitesse racing rims.-Light weight aluminum road bike step-through frame.-Road bike step through frame: 19.5".-37" H x 18" W x 68" D, 36.5 lbs.
The GMC Denali 700C Women's 21-Speed Road Bike is built around a lightweight aluminum 19.5-inch road bike frame. This model has the traditional dropped top tube women's configuration. 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. The Shimano derailleur and Shimano Revo shifts make it easy to change gears quickly and smoothly, and the high-performance 700c tires are up to the challenge of rigorous street racing. Lastly, this road bike will help you stay hydrated with the included alloy water bottle cage.
- Frame: Aluminum 7005 straight gauge
- Fork: GMC Series 7000 steel
- Chain: KMC Z 51
- Crankset: Prowheel Alloy 335P6 28X38X48 170mm
- Front Derailleur: Shimano FD-TZ 31 Index
- Rear Derailleur: Shimano RD-TZ30GS 7SPD
- Shifters: Shimano Revo SIS L2/R7
- Brake levers: Promax BL-250AP Aluminum
- Brakes: Promax 501A Alloy Caliper Brake
- Rims: Vitesse Alloy black 700CX14GX36H
- Tires: Kenda Black With Grey Band 700X28C
- Stem: Aluminum black EXT:100mm 0D.
- Handlebar: Maesbend W: 430mm D:22.0mm
- Saddle: Cionlli Black
- Seat post: HL Aluminum Micro Adjust 27.2 X 300mm
- Pedals: VP-990S plastic body with steel cage
- Weight: 29.0 lbs
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It is a good bike for transition to road bikes.
I have replaced the original tires due to the tires being too thin and my tubes popping on me.
I have replaced the handle brakes due to one breaking and these new ones have a better grip.
I have upgraded the freewheel.
• Excellent beginner bike for anyone that is looking for a bike that won't break the bank.
• Faster downhill due to a heavy bike.
• Great for a commuter.
• Great for someone just learning.
• Great for leisurely rides.
• The brakes, for some reason after I readjust the brakes, they always magically unadjust themselves.
• The twist shifters. I am not a fan of the twist shifters, it seems like a cool idea but in reality it's a pretty terrible way to lose speed. But it's good for beginners to be forced to focus on bike balance.
• Heavy. Heavy. Heavy. Hill climbing is a b****
• The shifting with the original freewheel was not smooth at all. I would readjust the shifters, degrease and regrease the parts, change the chain, and it still shifted like crap. The new freewheel I have installed shifts a little bit better.
• Can't take heavy mileage. I like heavy mileage, the original parts cannot withstand heavy mileage and will break down on you. I eventually got to the point where I limited my biking range due to not knowing whether something was going to break on me or not.
Some original parts lack a lot. The frame is heavy for a road bike. If you are a beginner and looking to get into road biking without breaking a budget I would suggest this one. Then take it to a bike shop to get it adjusted. After a year of heavy riding it eventually started falling apart on me left and right and I eventually found that an actual road bike suits me more. This bike is excellent for casual riding, not serious road biking. If you decide to use this for serious road riding, prepare for a lot of upgrades and TLC.
So IMO this bike is good for an occasional rider or someone who isn't a hard core bike rider. I use mine in the spring and summer and it's help up for two years.
Also, I bought an attachment for m husky to run him in cooler weather and this bike was significantly better with the attachment than my husband's dirt bike he bought from walmart.
The assembly was easy and quick. I read some prior reviews that mentioned issues with clearance between the front wheel and frame. I found no such defect. However, that situation could arise if the front wheel fork is turned the wrong way and installed backwards.