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26" Huffy Men's Rock Creek Mountain Bike (Green) EXPIRED

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Walmart.com has 26" Huffy Men's Rock Creek Mountain Bike (Green) on sale for $59. Shipping is free or choose free store pickup where stock permits. Thanks dlux24
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Features a steel frame, dual suspension and 18-speed.

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26" Huffy Men's Rock Creek Mountain Bike in Green

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Cheap and easy ... Hit it then quit it. Use it then lose it. Ride it then hide it.

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I got this for my wife, she doesn't ride it often, the quality is really poor and you need to readjust everything, brakes are not really good and the pedals start to falling apart. I do not recommend to spend money on this
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In before a bike snob chimes in and compares a $1000+ mtb to this $60 bike!
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Cheap and easy ... Hit it then quit it. Use it then lose it. Ride it then hide it.

Oh wait, this post is for a bike. Never mind.
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In for one..was not able to get from the previous deal..
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I have bought it before seeing this post. I thought of posting in SD. Reviews are not good, I m planning to cancel it or return to the store.
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So Much More Than i Expected ! Thank you OP!
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I got this for my wife, she doesn't ride it often, the quality is really poor and you need to readjust everything, brakes are not really good and the pedals start to falling apart. I do not recommend to spend money on this
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I got one like this the last time it appeared on SD. Not a bad bike for a quick ride to/from the train/store especially at this price. If you're thinking about spending some time riding trails, invest in a good bike.
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I got this for my wife, she doesn't ride it often
Sorry to hear that; you might suggest female Viagra in order to increase the frequency. Big Grin
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The Raleigh bikes for $300 have full suspension and will last a lifetime..

Save up..or buy used. $65 is hella cheap, but it won't last.
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Another decent deal for riding around - may jump on this one.
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Not a bad bike if you only want to ride around in the street or park occaisionally. Its not like it comes with square wheels or anything. my previous cheap bike lasted 7 years and then I sold it for $20 lol.
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In before a bike snob chimes in and compares a $1000+ mtb to this $60 bike!
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this is not a "cheap bike" to use for short, leisurely rides. it is a full suspension bike held together by a prayer. nobody who needs the rear shock is shopping here. this one will rock your socks off, squeak like a mouse on crack, and make you sea sick. if you only want to spend $59 on a bike because you won't use it much do yourself a HUGE favor and get a hardtail. try one at walmart. if it works then grab it. i cannot stress how terrible the bike in this thread is. i have ridden these before i am not just making this up.
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