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Merax Finiss 26" Aluminum 21 Speed Mg Alloy Wheel Mountain Bike
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- Lightweight magnesium alloy wheels for smooth riding and easy Transport
- Advanced aluminum mechanical lock out Mountain bike suspension fork provides smooth's bumps and increases control
- Shimano 21-speed derailleurs and shifters for reliable shifting
- Front and rear mechanical disc brakes System offers safe stopping power
- Heat treated aluminum 6061 Mountain frame for long lasting durability
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Rotate the fork for 180 degree before assemble the front wheel (the brake will be
1. Assembled front wheel with quick-release pin, no tools needed.
2. 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 hand, right pedal on your right hand). 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.
3. Assembly and Tuning Required
This bicycle arrives 85% assembled. You will need to install the pedals, front wheel, handlebar and air up the tires.
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Bike assemble & adjustment & maintenance instructions/return policy：
Frame: 6061 Heat Treated Aluminum
Fork: Aluminum mountain bike suspension fork with lock out
Shifters: Shimano EF51 21 Speed
Wheels: Lightweight Magnesium Alloy Wheels
Rear Derailleur: Shimano RD-TZ50
Front Derailleur: Shimano FD-TZ30
Crank: Aluminum 1/2*3/32*24T*34T*42T*170L
Brakes: Mechanical Disc
Brake Levers: Shimano Aluminum
Seatpost: Aluminum w/ clamp 31.8 M8*60MM
Pedals: Aluminum 9/16"
Number of Speeds: 21
Product weight: 34 lbs
Frame size: 19"
Weight Capacity: 330 lbs
Shipping package size: approx. 55*8*30 inch
Return policy: http://www.amazon.com/sp?&seller=A1W84D9JGPQCVV&tab=policies
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Not having been a bike owner previous to purchasing the bike, I didn't realize all that could go wrong if you don't know what you are doing. Saying that, the directions to putting the bike together are very limited. You'll need to do some research on your own to figure out how to get everything working properly. The directions will allow you to put all the parts on, and it will be a bike, but a very poorly functioning one. So you need to make adjustments once it's together and very often for the first few weeks due to cables stretching. The bike itself is not really tuned to the point of where you can make adjustments without the special tools a mechanic would have.
One of the most irritating things about the tension on the cables is the gear shifting. These require a very precise setting so that the shifting works properly every time which means that it requires adjustment constantly if you're riding on rough terrain. Takes a little while on the road, but it still starts to cause skips and incorrect shifting. Like being on the 4th cog when it needs to be on the 3rd. Then it'll skip around when you're peddling hard. So to fix this, you need to adjust the tension on the shimono shift assembly. Not hard, but takes some trial and error. This can interrupt your ride and frustrate you to no end until you get it right only to have to do it on the next ride. This starts to become less frequent as you ride and make adjustments.
Next, the rims are both awesome and irritating. They are irritating because they require tubes that have extra long valve stems because the contour of the rim forces this. The tubes that come with the bike were not properly made because they slowly leak air. They will only stay inflated for about a day, so whenever I want to ride, I have to fill it up. The stems are a little short so using a standard bike pump that latches onto a nozzle is impossible to use. You MUST use a pump that has a screw tip that allows you to attach it to the stem without pressing on the nozzle. I ended up getting one of those CO2 gas inflators but with the damn thing leaking all the time, that got expensive until I could find a bike store that would change the tubes on my special rims that nobody's ever seen before.
Another thing is that if you want to attach a rack, you need to find screws to fit the mounting holes on the back as it doesn't come with them. The back posts of the frame are square shaped so that rules out many "universal" MTB rear racks.
The brakes are something other people have been harping about and riding in SF (sometimes in the rain) causes the brakes to scream like a stripped timing belt on a 3 series BMW. This does go away after a while, but again, as you ride, you need to keep adjusting the brakes until they've burned down a good enough layer of the pad to "settle" in it's tightness. The manual adjusters on the bike as is are okay with doing this but after about 3 weeks, you may need someone to tighten the cables beyond the manual adjuster allows, then reset the adjuster to allow greater tension later on.
The shocks on the fork are fantastic. They absorb almost all of the impact in hopper style jumps but you can adjust the compression if you're doing something higher than that. The bike is pretty light and can be carried by almost any adult person. The aluminum has been welded well with the beads on the joints being uniform. I've had no problems with the frame.
Last thing is the handlebar pads. These will get "gummy" after quite some time so you'll want to wear gloves when you ride or get some cloth ones. They're not bad for a while (it started to rub off around 2 months of weekly riding at 2 hours each session).
So, in all, I really like the bike and would recommend it, but at the same time, you need to know what you're getting yourself into (in case you weren't a bike owner like I was). I hope this helps. It's a great buy and worth the money but you need some background technical knowledge to make this rig work right. If you're not down for that, you should probably look into something with a less complicated assembly. The mechanical disk brakes are not the best so they take some tinkering. If you upgrade some of the parts (like the shift mechanism and make the brakes hydrolic), then this bike is the damn business. Since it comes in at only 300 bones, making about 300-400 dollar investment into upgrades will definitely double your investment in performance. Plus, with it's badass form factor, you can easily resell it and get the performance value and not the amazon value.
Update: just got back from riding trails in Bentonville and even a place called rail yard in rogers Arkansas. I wrecked it , rode it and had a great time!!! Bike performed way past expectations. Only thing that came off was the kick stand. But I should have checked it after riding rock gardens that hard all week.
Great bike . Very impressed. Just watch a few you tube videos on how to make adjustments to your bike and take care of it and I am sure this bike will last a long time
I will put a video in of me wrecking at the rail yard. Enjoy the laugh
The reason why I gave it a 3 star is because my bike came with several scratches and dings. I don't know it was due to how badly it was package or manufacture defects. I will be contacting costumer service about this and post an update.
I took it to my local bike shop for a proper tune as the gear was not shifting properly. While at the bike shop, the bike tech. notice that the rear derailleur was bent.
Great customer service! Seller refunded the cost of repairs! There is not much that could be done with the dent but I had it checked and it seems solid, for now at least.
UPDATE: Make sure you don't put the bike together wrong like I did. I mistakenly didn't do the 180 degree turn like instructed and had to take apart. So make sure you do that and you want have to go through all trouble of taking it apart and putting it back together. It will save you a lot of time!!