Kent KZ2600 Dual-Suspension Mountain Bike, 26-Inch
- Make sure this fits by entering your model number.
- 26-inch full suspension aluminum MTB frame
- Suspension fork 65mm travel
- Shimano 21 Speed Shifters with Rear Tourney Derailleur
- Front Disc Brake/Rear Linear Pull Brake
- Alloy Wheel Rims
Frequently bought together
Customers also shopped for
What other items do customers buy after viewing this item?
Have a question?
Find answers in product info, Q&As, reviews
Please make sure that you are posting in the form of a question.
The Shogun KZ2600 Mountain Bike features a full-suspension, strong aluminum frame that utilizes a floating beam suspension design that is mated to a suspension fork. The KZ2600 features 21 Speed Shimano Shifters and rear derailleur. The drivetrain finishes up with a strong aluminum wheel set featuring V-shape rim profile and high-flange alloy hubs. Stopping is handled by disk brakes on the front and rear. This bicycle is rugged, good looking, and built for the long haul.
Would you like to tell us about a lower price?
Top customer reviews
There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later.
Firstly, this bike is not top of the range bike, its cheap for a reason. The overall standard of the parts is not the best but are functional and work just fine ( so fare), for the price i payed im not going to complain. So straight out the box it was simple to build, attach seat post and handle bars, attach pedals and front wheel. First impressions once built is that it looks very good and flashy, on mine however i quickly noticed that the stickers looked like some one had used there feet to put them on, the sticker edges looked flaky and with bubbles underneath the surface of the stickers which made a cheap bike look even cheaper, i was going to remove the stickers anyway so it just made it an easier job to get them off which took me about 2 minutes. I went on a 1 hour bike that night and the ride is very good however i did notice the suspension bottomed out a few times on the front forks when coming off high curbs, the seat ripped me a new one and the pedals are way to small. I took it through snow and ice, when that all melted i took it through muddy puddles, off road on the road up hills down hills and found that its been reliable and sturdy. I changed the tyres on mine because i could see the tread ripping off in places and the overall look i did not like. I also notice that in places i could not pinpoint while riding the bike is that it creek`ed, i believe it came from the blue rear suspension coil but did not affect the ride at all.
I`m giving this bike a 5 star rating because just getting out the house and being active is priceless + you are getting a fully functional front and rear suspension bike.
Disclaimer: Im not a cycling enthusiast. I go biking about 5-10 times a year and probably don't know some of the things that an "expert" might look for.
PROBLEM: the handle bars wont stay straight, they are easily pushed 360degrees while the front tire is resting straight, yes i used a torque wrench as the directions directed, as is, the bike is unridable. A replacement is on its way, i am excited for its arrival.
HIGHT: this bike is tall enough or more than tall enough, i would not reccomend this bike to anyone short, i am 5,11 and i hop a little to clear my foot over the frame. Its comparibly tall to the other bikes i own, if your tall, yes this is a bike to look at.
GENERAL: Bike looks nice, stickers are nice, paint is nice, seat is usable, i like that the tires say printed on them they can handle 220lb, i cant give this a real review without riding it. So this is what you get for now. Assembly was not an issue though i will note out of my box of too many alan keys and too too many duplicates i was amazed i only had one alan key that fit this bike, make sure you have the tools before you sit down to put this together, as i also mentioned you will need a torque wrench for the handlebar fork clamp.