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Walmart.com has 26" Hyper Summit Men's Mountain Bike on sale for $88 now-> $87. Shipping is free or select free store pickup. Thanks kakus51


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The bike features a polished aluminum frame, full suspension, 21 speeds, Shimano components, 26" wheels, front and back brakes, padded seat, and three-piece high-performance crank. Ideal for men 6' or taller w/ maximum weight capacity of 275-lbs. - Randy71


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Walmart [walmart.com] has the 26" Hyper Summit Men's Mountain Bike for only $88, plus Free Shipping! Was $179. Local pickup also available at certain stores.
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You're better off spending $500 more on a good quality bike that will last you a lifetime and it will probably come with a cup holder something something NASA metal frame 13 ounces blah blah I don't even know what I'm saying but I see one of these posts in every bike deal thread.
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Before bike assholes get here, no, the $90 Walmart bike won't perform as well as a more expensive "real" bike that at minimum, probably costs like 2-3 times as much; but also, no, these cheap bikes won't break on you with a rough trail.

Parts will degrade quicker, and you'll run into problems over time, but by then, you'll have a better idea of whether biking is even for you, and if so, what you want.

Just to be safe though, if you get a cheap bike, check to make sure all the bolts are on well, and periodically check every few rides (which you should be doing anyway, whatever bike you get).
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I agree with you (except, that -maybe- the bike will leave you stranded). Just saying, there's a difference between giving someone a "be careful what you pay for" warning, and the doom and gloom bike assholes give, treating anything other than a bike store bike as if it's a rolling death machine and that superior attitude they have to "lesser" bikes.

I'd imagine most people, when looking at Walmart bike, just want something to play around with, around their neighborhood, local park, whatever. It's like yeah, drive through coffee probably isn't the greatest, and maybe that little shop on corner has far superior coffee, but the thing is, most people don't give a shit. Basically, I'm all for keeping people informed, just don't be a dick about it.
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Cheap for paved bike paths. I wouldn't go on rough terrain with that bike.
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Buy now link incorrect url
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Buy now link incorrect url

Just fixed it. Thanks!!!Smilie
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Cheap for paved bike paths. I wouldn't go on rough terrain with that bike.
not even with the suspension and knobby tires?
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"we're goin' all-terrain" LMAO
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You're better off spending $500 more on a good quality bike that will last you a lifetime and it will probably come with a cup holder something something NASA metal frame 13 ounces blah blah I don't even know what I'm saying but I see one of these posts in every bike deal thread.
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You're better off spending $500 more on a good quality bike that will last you a lifetime and it will probably come with a cup holder something something NASA metal frame 13 ounces blah blah I don't even know what I'm saying but I see one of these posts in every bike deal thread.
Too funny and so true 😀
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Before bike assholes get here, no, the $90 Walmart bike won't perform as well as a more expensive "real" bike that at minimum, probably costs like 2-3 times as much; but also, no, these cheap bikes won't break on you with a rough trail.

Parts will degrade quicker, and you'll run into problems over time, but by then, you'll have a better idea of whether biking is even for you, and if so, what you want.

Just to be safe though, if you get a cheap bike, check to make sure all the bolts are on well, and periodically check every few rides (which you should be doing anyway, whatever bike you get).
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Any deals on a 24 inch?
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I got this bike and love it! Easy to put together and tuned up. Nice and quiet ride so far. I'm impressed so far.
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Am I too big for this bike and frame?
I am 6' 2"
Legs...34" inseam
Arms.....36" sleeves
215 lbs
Thanks
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