Kent T-29 Men's Mountain Bike, 29-Inch
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- A lightweight 6061 heat treated aluminum frame provides an excellent foundation
- Shimano RS25 Shifters and TZ31 Derailleurs ensure a precise and crisp drivetrain
- Lightweight alloy 29-Inch rims provide lower rotational weight compared to steel rims making the bike feel agile and easier to handle
- 29 x 2.1 inch all terrain knobby tires provide great grip on any surface
- The 170mm crank set with 28, 38, 48 tooth rings is made from steel for durability and strength
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The Thruster T29 Mountain bike features 29 inch wheels and a lightweight 6061 heat treated aluminum frame that is perfect for beginner and intermediate riders that value a smart spec. Equipped with reliable Shimano shifters and derailleurs the T29 benefits from stable geometry for rides on your local trails or around town. Will fit riders 5’6”- 6’. 30” Standover. This bicycle arrives 85 percent assembled. You will need to install the pedals, front wheel, handlebar and air up the tires. We recommend that you have your bike inspected for safety after assembling.
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I did a lot of research before pulling the trigger on this bike and would suggest this to anyone on a budget.
As noted from other reviewers, there are some sub par parts on this bike, plastic parts that break and even some metal parts that don't pass muster, as was my experience. On the third day riding this bike on my daily ride of about a mile pushing through an uphill. Not the best time as I came down hard on the seat which is less than forgiving on this bike... luckily I already have four children... Anyway after some choice words and a solemn walk home I examined the offending pedal to find the threads on both the pedal and crank had stripped off. Seriously, all of them, on both parts, gone; requiring that I not only replace the pedal, but as it was the right hand crank arm I'll need to replace the whole crankset as well.
I'll do that myself but it represents about 80$ in parts and some sweat equity, taking the value out of the purchase price of the bike. I'll also have to keep an eye on the rear derailer also according to what others have said.and a half the right hand pedal sheared off while I was