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Huffy 29" Men's Warhawk bicycle $100 YMMV B&M

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Walmart has a 29" men's bike with disc brakes for $199 online and if you ship to store, you can have a manager price adjust there to $129 (correction, apparently $100).
Huffy 29" Men's Warhawk Mid-Fat Tire Bike, Black
UPC 28914562568
Steel frame (heavy) but has a sealed crank cartridge and a lot of nice features for the price.


I just found this bicycle boxed at my local Walmart: Huffy 29" Men's Warhawk.
I was trying to do a ship-to-store and it got lost (maybe this was it).
Local price was $100, which is eye-popping for front and rear disc brakes, quick release wheels, 29 x 3 tires, quick release pedals.
If you find one in store, this is a good deal.
Original price was $250, rollback to $199, clearance at $129 and for whatever reason, priced out at $100 at the register.
Bought this for my oldest son and he loves it.
I'm going for a second one (this one is for me).



http://www.walmart.com/ip/Huffy-29-Men-s-Warhawk-Bike-Black/45291131
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You might add YMMV and B&M to the Title.

It's $199 for me online in Central Florida, but I haven't seen the bike in-store.
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$199 on line and ship to store for a store price match.Look up the UPC barcode on your mobile phone and scan the price at the in-store price scanner kiosk to validate the price and print out.
If its $100, you are good to go.
You can double check with the store manager, but Walmart stores and Walmart.com price match both ways.
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Inventory and price checker - http://brickseek.com/walmart-inventory-checker

Enter item # 45291131

Pretty much everywhere it is $99 or $129
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Below one is clearanced for $59 in store

http://www.walmart.com/ip/29-Mong...ethod=p13n
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none availbla nearby.... thnx for posting OP
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i see more and more people mountain biking with fat tire bikes. are they really that good?
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MMM, I really want to get back into biking, been way too long w/out it, but I'm not ready to lay out much more than $100.00 for something I might not stick with. Once the hard heat of summer heats... Anyways, I've been checking pawn shops, garage sales for a decent multi speed. I already know I will get tired of lugging this heavy wally bike up/down stairs. Still a good deal if you can find it.
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Below one is clearanced for $59 in store

http://www.walmart.com/ip/29-Mong...ethod=p13n
What's the item # for this one?
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i see more and more people mountain biking with fat tire bikes. are they really that good?
Fatter tires are good 2.2"-2.4" but tires fatter than that are just using the tires as the suspension. What you get is untuned dampening without any rebound control. I personally ride a 120mm FS 650b with 2.2" tires. Anything larger is just added weight for me. Fat bikes look cool and I have noticed a lot of bikers are image conscious. Fat tires on a 29" bike is taking the worst attributes of both and putting them together.

I would caution that the bike posted here is NOT a mountain bike. It is a bike that looks like a mountain bike. It will not last very long on the trail and will be a bitch to ride. A lot of cheap bikes like this also have plastic parts where you absolutely don't want them like plastic brake levers. There is a higher probability that a failure on this bike will occur which will result in serious injury (I bet it even has a sticker on the frame stating such). The disc brakes will also most likely wear out within a year and there is a very high probability that you won't be able to source new brake pads for them. Having said that, a new low end real mountain bike will cost you $600+ which is out of reach for a lot of people. If you do want a decent low end mountain bike, the best value going right now is from Airborne Bicycles but I have a feeling they are going out of business because they haven't had inventory on their website for a while.
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Below one is clearanced for $59 in store

http://www.walmart.com/ip/29-Mong...ethod=p13n [walmart.com]
Thanks, just ordered one for pickup and it says $59 in my area as well.
The 3 year warranty is $19 so I got that as well. should be a pretty sweet deal for under a $100
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What's the item # for this one?
Item # 42248075, i posted the inventory tracker link earlier
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Thanks, just ordered one for pickup and it says $59 in my area as well.
The 3 year warranty is $19 so I got that as well. should be a pretty sweet deal for under a $100
What zip code you have a stock ?
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zero available in Richmond, VA
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Fatter tires are good 2.2"-2.4" but tires fatter than that are just using the tires as the suspension. What you get is untuned dampening without any rebound control. I personally ride a 120mm FS 650b with 2.2" tires. Anything larger is just added weight for me. Fat bikes look cool and I have noticed a lot of bikers are image conscious. Fat tires on a 29" bike is taking the worst attributes of both and putting them together.

I would caution that the bike posted here is NOT a mountain bike. It is a bike that looks like a mountain bike. It will not last very long on the trail and will be a bitch to ride. A lot of cheap bikes like this also have plastic parts where you absolutely don't want them like plastic brake levers. There is a higher probability that a failure on this bike will occur which will result in serious injury (I bet it even has a sticker on the frame stating such). The disc brakes will also most likely wear out within a year and there is a very high probability that you won't be able to source new brake pads for them. Having said that, a new low end real mountain bike will cost you $600+ which is out of reach for a lot of people. If you do want a decent low end mountain bike, the best value going right now is from Airborne Bicycles but I have a feeling they are going out of business because they haven't had inventory on their website for a while.
Repped for good info! Thanks
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