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26" Mongoose Excursion Women's 21-Speed Mountain Bike EXPIRED

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Walmart.com has 26" Mongoose Excursion Women's 21-Speed Mountain Bike (Black/Teal, R8125WM-L) for $79. Shipping is free. Thanks BeigeWren207
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Features:

Steel mountain frame with suspension fork to smooth bumps and increase control on the trail.
21-speed with twist shifters and Shimano rear derailleur for precise gear changes.
Front disc and rear V-brakes provide fast, controlled stops.
Alloy rims provide lightweight durability, while the 3-piece crank makes for a reliable power train.
26-inch wheel fits adult riders 5 feet 4 inches to 6 feet 2 inches tall. This bike comes unassembled.
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Quote from shopdeals2 :
I bought this bike for my 8 year old boy. He like the color and he did not complain about "women's bike".

The delivery was quick.

Most of the bike came assembled. I had to attach the handle, front wheel and pedals.

The front wheel has disk brake and rear has normal pads that use the rim.

The pedals and the brake levels look flimsy.

The brakes are good, gear shifting is good too. I do not know what additional tuning is required. I need to watch more videos to learn the tuning part.

Does anyone know what lubricant is good for the chain? Does the brake and gear cables require grease?
you dot grease the chain anymore, you wax it. does the same thing they say and attracts less dirt. go figure.
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Walmart has assembled bikes for free as long as I can remember. I have bought multiple bikes there and they are always assembled if you request it.
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Quote from Hardiel :
you dot grease the chain anymore, you wax it. does the same thing they say and attracts less dirt. go figure.
You can do either (or both actually), I'd just recommend getting some decent chain lube and spraying it on every few rides.

These bikes also rarely have sufficient grease in places like hubs, headset, and bottom bracket, it doesn't hurt to clean and lube them before real use. Here's a link worth perusing: https://forums.mtbr.com/fat-bikes...19867.html

The bike is obviously not this one but will have some relatively similar components. The OP did a great job breaking down how he set his up, which is typically what I do on a new bike. The trickiest part is getting the right tools and figuring out how to properly set things like hubs at zero torque, zero play.
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My bike came in today. Came pre-assembled which was really bad. The handle bar was installed backwards and the brake line was not inline so when you make a turn the tire rubs on the actual brake line. Luckily my BF is pretty handy so he redid all the work and also tuned up the gears. Over all with a few tweaks here a there this bike is pretty good for the price. But if you were to use it straight out of the box, I could see why there are negative reviews, but I think that is mostly due to how the bike is assembled. The seat is pretty uncomfortable, so I'm planning to upgrade that, but overall for the price it's worth it since used biked on FB market is no where near this price point. Also, it looks like you can remove the stickers if you aren't a fan if the logo and the color.
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What is different in women model other thar the frane forn?
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Why can't a guy ride this bike? If it was still on sale, i would go directly to the store and buy it. I haven't ridden a bike in such a long long time and need to start doing this instead of running because of my knees.
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Quote from enjay123 :
Yes they do. If you are planning to buy, opt for pickup and let them know you want it to be assembled when you pick it up. They usually take 2-3 days and give you a call when it's ready. Even if you get it delivered, you can still take it to local Walmart and get it assembled but pick up is convenient
Hi, how to get Walmart to assemble it?! Should I buy it at the store or just do it online with store pickup?! Thanks.
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Are all the cheap Wal-Mart bikes out of stock? Can't seem to find any on brickseek. Is this normal for the summer season?
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