Generic Men's Mountain Bike with Full Suspension, Blue
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- Riding style: Mountain bike frame: 26" full suspension aluminum mtb frame with 4 bar linkage handlebars
- Suspension: Fork with 80mm travel rear shocks: Coil 80mm travel gearing: Shimano ef40 21 speed
- Front derailleur: Shimano rear derailleur: Shimano tourney tz40 sis saddle: Velo black padded
- Seat post: Alloy micro adjust 27.2 x 300mm with quick-release brakes
- Pedals: Standard chain: Kmc stem: A-head tds63k-8 ext:100mm 15d dimensions: 68"l x 24"w x 39"h assembly required
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|Frame Material Type||Aluminum|
|Item Weight||30 pounds|
|Wheel Size||26 inches|
If you want to enjoy superior comfort while riding on hills, then you might have to get the 26-inch genesis v2100 dual-suspension bike. Featuring a dual-suspension frame, this men's genesis bicycle is very hill-friendly, and offers you a smooth riding experience even on rough terrain. The suspension fork of this genesis mountain bike ensures you don't feel the bumps on the road. The shaman gearing system of this bicycle makes shifting between gears a breeze, thus letting you move up and down hills effortlessly. Sudden braking will now be safe, as this genesis v2100 dual-suspension bike features a front disc brake and a rear v-brake. Long-lasting tires provide a strong grip over rugged paths. Those who love off-road cycling will enjoy the genesis v2100 bicycle.
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Better braking performance, faster stop times, less noise, etc.
Suspension is incrementally better, and this particular bike has been known for its awful front fork, which is still present on the new style.
Rear shock is much smoother and the recoil is a bit faster, so it won't bottom out so quick, but it can certainly throw you off the seat.
The colors are much more attractive than the matte black that's on my other one.
The paint finish on this bike is very unique, on the main frame (that has the V2100 branding, etc) has a very cool rough touch almost scaly feeling finish, that looks and feels very unique. It's also pretty resistant to scratches, so if you crash you're less likely to see any curb rash or deep scratches in the body of the bike. The main frame is 6061 aluminum, and the subframe (where suspension linkage, etc is) is made of high strength steel. The drivetrain is managed by a front Shimano Tourney TZ-70 (pretty sure that's the model) derailleur and another to go along in the rear. It's a 7x3 speed system, so not as much fine gear ratio control as the 8-10 speed bikes I have owned, but still okay. The cranks are a bit longer than usual, giving more off the line acceleration force and more bottom end torque than competitive bikes in this price range. It has low rise bars, and a very long stem that I immediately replaced with a flat forward facing stem, with 10mm of rise, and a flat set of upward sweeping bars. The grips, and shifter/lever combo fit on the new bars like a glove. The wheels are the same wheels from last time around, at least it feels like. The wheels are solid, and I don't worry that even in rough areas and VERY SMALL jumps that they won't bend or have a spoke fly away, and the blue is very subtle and is a very even finish on both rims. The stock tires are awful, they bald quickly and on pavement or on dirt/mud, they don't stick all too well. I immediately swapped these out for a nicer set of Kenda XC tires that are better for all around use. The seat that comes on this bike is like night and day compared to the older skews of this bike. The "new" seat has much more but stiffer cushioning material, which is good because your butt doesn't sink straight to the frame of the seat, but still gives plenty of support. I like the seat much better. Also, I would immediately consider applying bar tape to at least the grips, because the rubber is very soft and will rub off and leave black particles on your hands, and they're a pain to get off. I immediately taped the grips and they have been fine ever sense.
The weight of this bike isn't really a problem, as I have had to push 200+lbs dirt bikes up hills before, so riding a 45-55lbs bike isn't really much of a problem. But some people report otherwise.
I'd like to see them update the way the suspension connects to the main frame, I'd rather see it clamp onto the top tube using outward ladder mounts, like a lot of professional cross country bikes are. Also, I'd like to see a better fork, as the one that comes on it is awful, and should be immediately replaced with a better one from a brand like Suntour, FOX, etc.
i gound this at first impression to be of good quality and construction and is comfortable to use, i have yet to go off road with it and will update this review once i do....
to those who complain about brakes being weak or shifter not working right YOU HAVE TO make sure to have everything adjusted properly by a professional (or go on youtube for an instruction video) prior to riding....if you just take it out of the box, slap it together and try to ride (ANY bike) will not work properly. i am 6 foot tall and 220 lbs and these brakes can lock solid and stop me with full confidence in my safety and the shifters are smooth and relaible feeling once adjusted.