Merax Finiss Aluminum 21 Speed 700C Road Bike Racing Bicycle Shimano
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- Merax Finiss 21 Speed 700C Aluminum Road Racing Bike
- Lightweight and Sturdy 6061 Aluminum Frame
- Shimano shifter and Shimano derailleur
- Quick-Release Front Wheels and Aluminum kickstand
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1. Rotate the fork for 180 degree before assemble the front wheel (the brake will be in front of the bike)
2. Assembled front wheel with quick-release pin, no tools needed.
3. Pedal threads are different from left side and right side. L / R signs are marked on the spindle of the each pedal, make sure they are assembled on the right side (when you ride on the bike, left pedal on your left side, right pedal on your right side). The right side pedal has a right-hand thread(removes counterclockwise, installs clockwise). The left side pedal has a left-hand thread (removes clockwise, installs counterclockwise).
Thread both pedals into the crank arms as far as you can by hand. Then Fully Tighten them with the wrench. If the pedals are not fully tightened, it may get loose and damage the threads, we will NOT be responsible for such damages.
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Please kindly note that the standard of our design for this bike is 330 lbs, but in order to guarantee a long-term use, a relatively low weight limit is stated on the package (220 lbs).
Frame: Strong and Lightweight Aluminum Frame
Fork: 700C Steel Threadless
Front Derailleur: Shimano TZ-31
Rear Derailleur: Shimano RD-TZ50
Shifters: Shimano SA050
Brakes: Aluminum Caliper
Rims: Aluminum A5 700Cx14Gx36H*H30
Tires: Kenda 700*28C
Handlebar: W:420mm D:22.2mm
Seat post: Aluminum PR-P1-0 27.2*300*2.2
Weight: 28 LBS
Free pannier bag included
Assembly &Tuning is required.
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Things I recommend:
Buy a helmet, ditch the reflectors included on the bike and buy yourself a front and rear light. Before inflating the tires, remove them and the tubes, and add 1 or 2 layers of electrical tape above the rim strip. The rim strips included are very thin and both of your tubes will eventually pop due to holes above the spokes. This has been the case for my front and rear tire (no exterior punctures yet though). After assembling the bike Youtube proper bike riding posture. This is different for everyone, but it will give you an idea on how you should be positioned - especially to avoid injury from continued improper posture. Ride the bike for the first time and see what doesn't feel right. The brake levers will most likely be positioned at an awkward angle and it will be uncomfortable for you to apply the brakes. To fix this you will need to buy bar grip tape, remove the old tape, relocate the levers, and then apply the new tape. Another thing you may want to adjust is the height and fore/aft of the saddle. For me I had to move my saddle all the way to the front.
The last thing you may want to do (and only after you get a full understanding of what you are doing) would be tuning the front and rear derailleurs in case your gears are making noise. This is explained on Youtube videos. The cheaper components on this bike did not allow me to achieve completely smooth gearing, but it did get a lot better. As other reviews state, the chain does slip here and there (only slips, it doesn't come out), but not to the point where I'll replace it.
This was my first road bike. I bought 2. 1 for me and 1 for my son. Putting these together and getting them tuned was fun and provided a great learning curve in the bicycle tuning and maintenance. Please remember that these are assembled and packaged as fast as possible. Both bike needed handle bar tape within 3 months. Check your bearings tightness. All 4 wheels were, to varying degrees, out of true. The seat was ok. Remember that your are sitting on body parts that may not be accustomed to being sat on. BUY a BIKE BIB (not shorts)