Vilano 26" Mountain Bike Ridge 2.0 MTB 21 Speed Shimano with Disc Brakes
- Double Butted 6061 Aluminum 26" Mountain Bike
- Suspension Fork with Lockout
- Mechanical Disc Brakes for Maximum Stopping Power
- Alloy Mag Wheels
- Shimano 21 Speed Drivetrain
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Vilano Ridge 2.0 26-Inch Mountain Bike
The Vilano Ridge 2.0 MTB is a fun looking bike, and perfect for light trail riding, commuting to work, or cruising around campus! This quality entry level mountain bike has plenty of awesome components including the suspension fork (with lockout), mechanical disc brakes, and 21 speeds.
- Frame: Double Butted 6061 Aluminum
- Fork: 26" Suspension Fork Alloy w/ Lockout
- Shifters: Shimano EF-51 Easyfire 7spd
- Speeds: 21
- Wheels: 26" Mag Alloy
- Rear Derailleur: Shimano Tourney TZ50
- Front Derailleur: Shimano TZ30
- Brakes: Mechanical Disc
This bike will arrive partially assembled in a large cardboard box. Here is a brief list of what you need to do to complete assembly:
- Flip the stem, install front wheel & brake
- Install handlebars
- Install saddle
- Install pedals (**the RIGHT pedal is installed clockwise, the LEFT counter clockwise**)
- True the wheels
- Tune the brakes, derailleurs
While assembly is simple, we highly recommend bringing the bike to a local shop for a safety check/tuning by a qualified bike mechanic!
The mag wheels on the Vilano Ridge 2.0 look great, and the all purpose tires will cover terrain from street to trail.
This is an impressive entry level mountain bike that looks great and performs well. The Vilano Ridge 2.0 MTB is a good choice for riding to campus or work.
Vilano Bikes has offered affordable, quality bicycles since 2008. Check out Vilano's extensive online knowledge base with assembly helps, maintenance tips, product information and more.
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If you want to add a bike computer, you'll need to drill a 4mm hole in the web of the rim. I made a small spacer to move the magnet out closer to the fork so the sensor can detect the magnet.