22.5" GMC Denali 700c Men's Road Bike, Black/Orange

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22.5" GMC Denali 700c Men's Road Bike, Black/Orange
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  • Water bottle cage
  • Road bike
  • Lightweight aluminum frame
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    About this item

    The 700c GMC Denali Men's Road Bike is built around a lightweight aluminum road bike frame. You'll stop on a dime with the alloy calipers and brake levers, and the high-profile alloy Vitesse racing rims look as good as they perform. Shimano Revo shifters allow you to shift without taking your hands off the handlebars, providing safety and confidence. A Shimano derailleur completes the drive train for quick and smooth gear changes. Lastly, this road bike will help you stay hydrated with the included alloy water bottle cage.


    Great news! If you select Site to Store delivery, you can call your local store as complimentary assembly may be offered at that location.

    About this item

    The 700c GMC Denali Men's Road Bike is built around a lightweight aluminum road bike frame. You'll stop on a dime with the alloy calipers and brake levers, and the high-profile alloy Vitesse racing rims look as good as they perform. Shimano Revo shifters allow you to shift without taking your hands off the handlebars, providing safety and confidence. A Shimano derailleur completes the drive train for quick and smooth gear changes. Lastly, this road bike will help you stay hydrated with the included alloy water bottle cage.


    Great news! If you select Site to Store delivery, you can call your local store as complimentary assembly may be offered at that location.


    22.5" GMC Denali 700c Men's Road Bike, Black/Orange:

    • Water bottle cage
    • Road bike
    • Fits riders 5'8" to 6'2" with a stand over of 30-32"
    • 22.5" frame
    • Lightweight aluminum frame
    • Steel fork
    • 21 speeds
    • Shimano FD-TZ 31 Index front derailleur
    • Shimano RD-TZ30GS 7SPD rear derailleur
    • Promax 501A alloy caliper brakes
    • Promax BL-250AP aluminum brake levers
    • Kenda 700c racing tires
    • Vitesse alloy rims
    • Drop bar handlebars
    • Vitesse racing seat
    • Plastic pedals with steel cages
    • Weight: 29 lbs
    • Assembly required
    • Dimensions: 68"L x 18"W x 40"H

    Specifications

    Speeds: 21-Speed
    Bike Type: Road Bikes
    Age Start: 15 Years
    Age End: and up
    Battery Type: Does Not Contain a Battery
    Primary Color: Black
    Multi Pack Indicator: No
    Model No.: 32714
    Shipping Weight (in pounds): 36.0
    Product in Inches (L x W x H): 68.0 x 18.0 x 40.0
    Assembled in Country of Origin: Imported
    Origin of Components: Imported
    Walmart No.: 552435990
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    Customer Reviews | 124 reviews | 3.9 out of 5

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    124 reviews | 3.9 out of 5

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    Fantastic Bike for the wanting road cyclist
    10/23/2013

    Customer review by OldLargeGuy

    4.0 stars 10/23/2013 by OldLargeGuy
    by OldLargeGuy

    After a Month of trying to figure out if I wanted to change my Mountain bike into a more comfortable bike to take on the streets. I decided that I would do some research on road bikes that would not take to much out of my pocket book. I didn't want a "cheap" bike. By that I mean. I didn't want a piece of junk. Also I did not know if this 50 year old man that is over weight could take the position inwhich the road bike would put me in. I read about a 1000 reviews on about 15 road bikes priced from $100.00 to $500.00. My choice came to GMC Denali. I knew going in that I would take it to a shop for a tune up. $40.00. Plus I spent a few extra buck on some thicker tubes due to all the thorns near where I lived. Compared to my Diamondback Mountain bike. Thw actual weight seemed to about the same but my Denali seemed to be more balanced throughout. This made it seem easier to ride in certain areas that I ride. I would have given this bike 5 stars but the seat is very uncomfortable for a man. You really have to lean it forward for a more comfortable ride in certain areas of the body. So I went down to Walmart and found a more comfortable seat. $14.00. I am once agin enjoying riding like I use to when I was a kid. Unfortunatly I am not a kid and am feeling the pain in my legs a bit but know that the more I ride the stronger they will get. I have had my bike about a month now and have a certain ride that is only about 10 miles a day that has som simi steap ups and some downs. May not be far for some but I have to take baby steps getting back into it. If you are truly looking into road biking as a beginner or an old timer needing to get into shape and hopefully refind thier youth. Then I highly recomend this bike. Final cost with everything that I have done to it is just slightly over $200. With everything that is out there. I would say that is very cost effective for what I needed. I hope my story helps and inspires others to really take an extra look at this bike. You cant go wrong at all.

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    OldLargeGuy
    Hemet CA
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:45 - 54
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Male
    Usage:Every day
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    Perfect to get Started
    6/17/2013

    Customer review by Terry2013

    5.0 stars 6/17/2013 by Terry2013
    by Terry2013

    If you're considering buying this bike to cruise along the road and get some mileage in, it is the perfect purchase. The price is up there, however, it is worth every dime. Not only is it perfect for riding along the road, you can use it to exercise frequently by adjusting the friction/easiness of your pedaling, which I find as a great option! I've only had this bike for one week and within a span of two days, I put in 32 miles. Yes, thirty-two. Not to mention I am barely beginning to get into/enjoy biking and I am definitely out of shape (health wise), so this bike will be beneficial and enjoyable to anyone who desires to buy it! I highly recommend it. Also, consider I am 5'6-5'7 and weigh about 125-135, respectively. Another thing to note, if you intend on long, frequent rides, do invest in a more comfortable seat. The seat the comes with the bike is narrow, rough and very uncomfortabl. Above that, in my opinion this bike is a wonderful purchase for the experienced and beginners alike!

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    Terry2013
    Bloomington, CA
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:14 - 18
    Ownership:1 week or less
    Gender:Male
    Usage:Every few days
    Perfect for broke college student's
    11/9/2013

    Customer review by jaaustin16

    4.0 stars 11/9/2013 by jaaustin16
    by jaaustin16

    I am a PhD student where all my money goes to school, my apartment, and food. I needed a bike that will get me from my apartment to work, then from work to school, then from school back home as well as something i can use for cardio workouts on the weekends. I used a mountain bike for these tasks for 2 and a half years, but because of the shocks and heavy build of the bike, it did not adapt to riding on roads very well. This bike is perfect (once you make the necessary changes). Pros: 1.) Price = the quality of this road bike for under $200 is a deal that I could not pass up. 2.) The size and weight = I am 5' 10'' and built like a running back so with a little adjustment of the seat I fit perfectly. Though I have to hall my bike down and up stairs while i go back and forth from my apartment, there is a significant difference when carrying my mountain bike and this bike up and down stairs. 3.) Tires: I ride in snow and ice pretty much everyday. The tires right out of the box faired well during my first ride in the snow. Now don't go crazy and think you can ride through a snow storm, but riding at a moderate pace and slowing down in turns worked well for me. 4.) Handlebars = There are basically three positions you can ride in with these handle bars and for my long distance ridding this really helps. The vibrations from the road can get a bit irritating after a while, but the different positions i can place my hands allows me to relieve my hands and arms at times. 5.) Different Roles = I use the bike as a commuter as well as an actual long distance road bike. It's light weight, durable frame, and shimano gears are perfect for riding with the flow of traffic as well as sprinting, cruising, going uphill and downhill during 30+ mile rides. 6.) Personalization = Even though this bike come's with a standard seat, breaks, tires, and pedals…YOU CAN CHANGE THEM!!!!! (Fixable) Cons: 1.) Brakes = This bike does not stop on a dime. You have two choices. You can look ahead while riding, measure your distance, and begin to stop early or you can get new brake pads ($4). 2.) Uncomfortable seat = The seat out of the box is a bit hard. You have two choices. Buy bike shorts ($15ish) with pads in them to go under clothes while commuting or buy a new seat($20). 3.) A little stiff = I am coming from riding a mountain bike for the past 2 and a half years that had shocks and a spring that absorbed most of the unevenness of the road. You have two choices. Stand up on the bike when you see holes in the road and a bit of unevenness or buy a seat that has springs as well as cushion to absorb some one the bumpiness. Overall: Even if the bike is built by you or by Walmart, it isn't a bad idea to send it in to your local bike shop and have them adjust/suggest some things to make your riding experience enjoyable. Buy new brake pads, a new seat, a head light ($5), a tail light($5), maybe mud guards ($10), and maybe new tires depending on the surface you'll be riding in. The best thing about this bike is that you can change it into a commuter or a serious road bike, it's affordable, and it's light enough.

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    jaaustin16
    Laramie, Wyoming
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:25 - 34
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Male
    Usage:Every day
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    3/15/2013

    Customer review by AmorSemper

    3.0 stars 3/15/2013 by AmorSemper
    by AmorSemper

    The bike is cheap and it is to be expected that it will not be of the best quality. The shifters could easily be changed, twist shifters are not my favorite. Bike needs to be tuned right out of the box. It will not shift perfect as is. The instructions are included for all the derailleurs in order to tune the bike yourself. I got the bike half together from site to store. I put it together and took it for a spin, it preformed fine but needed some tweeks. I took the entire bike apart and assembled it again with a couple aftermarket parts. The bike rides nice. It is not as light as a lot of other road bikes but look at what your going to pay for it. Plus it is a good start because the frame itself is very light. The frame is aluminum but the forks are steel. You will get what you pay for and with a little ingenuity you can use this as a platform for a modest road bike.

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    AmorSemper
    Pa
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:25 - 34
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Male
    Usage:Every day
    Great entry/mid level road bike, excellent value
    12/6/2013

    Customer review by DenverSnow

    4.0 stars 12/6/2013 by DenverSnow
    by DenverSnow

    I've been cruising craigslist looking for a new roadbike to ride six miles to work everyday since my other one got stolen. Not having much luck eventually my friend who is a college club level triathlete recommended this bike. I was VERY skeptical at first, but he was adamant I at least look at the bike. He was right, for the money, this NEW road bike is excellent. After about a half hour of assembly I was cruising down the street on a smooth ride, with good handling, good fit and a comfortable seat. I've been riding the bike daily now for a couple weeks and I love this purchase. For anyone who wants an affordable bike to get around town (I'm not as worried about it getting stolen since it didn't cost $1k like most road bikes), this is it. The only downside is that people may question your wisdom of buying a bike from a big box store, however you'll have the last laugh when you tell them how much it cost and you let them test ride it.

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    DenverSnow
    Denver
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:25 - 34
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Male
    Usage:Every few days
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    by Jay 2/28/2013
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    • A. You can't, comes in a box.
      by Jon99997/23/2015
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    • A. Get it delivered to you in the box and take to a bike shop. You will be much happier having them do it than walmart.
      by MW415/30/2015
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    • A. is very easy to assembled your self, she allready comes alomost completed, just assemble the pedals, seat stear and front weel
      by refilojor7/18/2015
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    • A. The bike is 90% assembled. You'll need to attach the handle bars, seat, reflectors, water bottle holder and front tire. You'll need an Allen wrench and an adjustable wrench. It took 15 minutes and is very easy to do.
      by Biker23457/18/2015
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    • A. The bike is shipped in a couple parts. The rear wheel, frame, forks and shifting/brake lines are assembled. The handlebars and front wheel are zip tied to the frame. You will have to install the pedals, front wheel and handlebars. Other than that the bike is intact. The front wheel you need a 13mm wrench I believe and as for the handlebars you will need an allen wrench. The bike does not come with tools. Another suggestion would be site to store. The bike comes as I have stated but you can see if your Walmart will assemble for you.
      by AmorSemper7/18/2015
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    • A. No. You can do it or a bike store can.
      by gtistiffler5/11/2015
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    I'm 16 and need a bike to do at least 30 miles a day, 6 days a week, I've been doing this already, but unfortunately my bike was stolen from my school, and they did nothing about it. But that's beside the point, I need to know, would this be good for me I'm 5'10 and 130 Lbs. Would this bike handle thousands of miles? I mostly ride in a bike lane. How fast should I be able to go on this?
    by Jgup 7/29/2014
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    • A. Yes, this bike will work for your needs.
      by CommunityAnswer11/16/2014
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    • A. I do not know about "holding" up. Seems good quality but it is $160 and from Wal Mart. At 16 why do you ride so much? As for speed you should expect to get it going as fast as you want. I have not rode a professional type road bike but was able to go as quick as needed on my local bike paths.
      by Kycloner6/15/2015
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    • A. This is a fairly light bike and would adequately fit your height. Speed would be pretty good, considering you are already used to riding the distance, but to give you an exact speed would be hard to do, since it can be affected by so many other factors. If you keep up on your maintenance with it, it shouldn't give you any problems for the amount of miles you want, but as always I would recommend travelling with a toolkit and spare tubes as you never know when a problem might happen.
      by Puncharen9/16/2014
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    • A. I'm 6', 170lbs. i bike half a mile to school and half a mile back and have had mine for a week. It holds up pretty well, I just have to put air in the tires maybe twice a week. So if you don't mind filling the tires with air too often, then it should be fine for ya. just make sure you take care of it. On the highest gear ratio, I can keep up with cars traveling 20-25 mph, so idk how strong your legs are but the bike can move.
      by Porterhouse167/21/2015
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    • A. its a good cheap bike. order it, put it toether. take it to your local bike shop to get tuned up and your good to go. And fast all depends on you. I will say It will coast downhill pretty dam fast after my tune up.
      by Quacktastic8/6/2014
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    • A. I feel that it would be providing you many miles of service provided you get yourself some sort of flat protected tires. I got a thorn flat during my first week. I am 6'0" with a 30 " inseam @ 220# and can clear the center bar by at least 3" upon standing at a stop light. Shimano components should last! Standard rims support my weight. You'll need to true the rims, so get a spoke wrench ( it's the largest of the three sizes). Otherwise a great value, becoming my preferred ride (over my Trek 4300). Easy to 25 and a huffing 40 MPH according to my cyclometer. Enjoy the drop down roadie...I do!!
      by turboredwagon4/15/2015
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    With moderate effort for someone out of shape on a pretty level road, how fast could I expect to be going in mph?
    by curiousInVa 4/10/2014
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    • A. Im 14 and not well into shape but this is my transportation and i keep up with cars on the road easily going 25 mph but the bike is a little tall for me because im only 5'7''.
      by anonymous16757/20/2014
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    • A. Cruise at 8-12 mph. 15-18 if your in excellent shape. 28-32 mph downhill.
      by Jon99996/8/2015
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    • A. not fast at all, max 10 miles a hour, go faster than that, the bike will shake away and parts will come loose and fall off
      by Gabajew6/25/2015
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    • A. Believe it or not, I have got this bike up to 39 mph but hat was going down a steep hill. More realistically, I can get 28-30mph on level ground but I cannot maintain that speed for too long. I have a Schwinn bike computer on the bike so I cannot guarantee the accuracy of the device but I can keep up or outpace traffic in downtown Nogales where the limit is 25mph, so it is close, I suppose.
      by KurtKenobi6/8/2015
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    • A. This bike can go as fast as the speed of light, but I recommend going a little slower so you don't potentially ruin the space/time continuum thing. For a beginning rider, I'd guess 10-12 mph.
      by DuckinCA7/20/2015
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