700c Kent Fixie Men's Bicycle, Blue

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700c Kent Fixie Men's Bicycle, Blue
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  • Single speed
  • Front and rear steel brakes
  • Steel frame
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    About this item

    This Blue 700c Kent Fixie Men's Bicycle is not only stylish, but also practical. It features a steel frame and fork for durability, as well as an alloy stem for a smooth range of motion. This Kent bicycle is a single speed. It features both front and rear steel brakes for sure, precise stopping power. It has standard pedals and a full chain guard for greater protection while riding. The Kent Fixie bike has a padded seat with a weight limit of 250 lbs, making it a good choice for those riding for fun or exercise. The wheels are fitted onto alloy rims for a lighter bike and faster ride. This Blue 700c Kent Fixie Men's Bicycle is a must-have for anyone who's looking for a bike that's simple to operate and easy to maintain. This bike will help you get from point A to point B in style with its blue steel frame, neon green tires and accents.

    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

    This Blue 700c Kent Fixie Men's Bicycle is not only stylish, but also practical. It features a steel frame and fork for durability, as well as an alloy stem for a smooth range of motion. This Kent bicycle is a single speed. It features both front and rear steel brakes for sure, precise stopping power. It has standard pedals and a full chain guard for greater protection while riding. The Kent Fixie bike has a padded seat with a weight limit of 250 lbs, making it a good choice for those riding for fun or exercise. The wheels are fitted onto alloy rims for a lighter bike and faster ride. This Blue 700c Kent Fixie Men's Bicycle is a must-have for anyone who's looking for a bike that's simple to operate and easy to maintain. This bike will help you get from point A to point B in style with its blue steel frame, neon green tires and accents.

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


    700c Kent Fixie Men's Bicycle, Blue:

    • Frame: steel frame
    • Stem: alloy stem
    • Fork: steel fork
    • Gearing (# of speeds): single speed
    • Brakes: front and rear steel brakes
    • Wheels: 700c wheels
    • Tires: 700c tires
    • Rims: alloy rims
    • Seat: padded seat
    • Pedals: standard pedals
    • Chain guard: full protection chain guard
    • Weight limit: 250 lbs
    • Assembly required
    • Dimensions: 70"L x 25"W x 45"H

    Specifications

    Speeds: 1-Speed
    Bike Type: Cruiser Bikes
    Age Start: 15 Years
    Age End: and up
    Battery Type: Does Not Contain a Battery
    Primary Color: Blue
    Multi Pack Indicator: No
    Model No.: 32704
    Shipping Weight (in pounds): 44.0
    Product in Inches (L x W x H): 69.0 x 19.0 x 42.0
    Assembled in Country of Origin: Imported
    Origin of Components: Imported
    Walmart No.: 551751300
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    Customer Reviews | 65 reviews | 4.1 out of 5

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    Great Fixie or any Road Bike for a Beginner!
    1/17/2014

    Customer review by MedicoMarrivilla

    5.0 stars 1/17/2014 by MedicoMarrivilla
    by MedicoMarrivilla

    This is a long review but I want to share my experience with you. You either love the way it looks or hate it? I wasn't too attracted to color scheme but I was looking to getting back into cycling. More importantly, on a budget! Here is a little background on me. I am 5'9" 250 lbs. I got on a health kick a few years ago and enjoyed using some spinning machines at the local rec center. Running hurts my knees so I decided to take the plunge and buy a road bike from a bike shop. After weeks of research and countless trips to the bike shops for test rides and info. I bought the cheapest entry level road bike I could (ie. last years model, last one in that size, scratch and dent, etc.) it was around $525 and lucky for me the owner threw in a set of pedals from a used bike. That is dirt cheap for an entry level road bike folks. It was a Trek Alpha 1.0 54 cm and it was great! Well, life got busy and I had a bike setting in the garage that I wasn't using so I sold it. I got nearly what I paid for it so I didn't lose much luckily. Now what does that have to do with this bike. EVERYTHING! In case life gets in the way again I will only have $100 setting in the garage instead of over $500 collecting dust. So why did I pick this bike? It's a Fixie Road Bike for $100! If you buy any cheap road bike and I mean ANYTHING under the $500-$600 mark you are buying heavy frames with junk components. They are heavy and don't shift very well. This bike is NOT light weight either! But it is very comfortable and you are not paying for those unreliable clunky gears. I have ridden/owned/returned the GMC Denali 700c and the Ozone Vitesse 700c Road Bikes and this bike is nearly half the price and much better! A majority of reviews you will read about this bike are recommending you to go on craigslist and buy a vintage road bike and fix it up. If you are a beginner, this could be a huge mistake! At $250-$300 for a used road bike and then whatever it may take to fix it you will be up to $500 in no time! Not to mention you are not looking within the same budget! Another thing a lot of reviews have said is that the bikes wheels were not true (warped) and that the tires were flat. The brakes weren't adjusted and other assembly complaints. Every bike I have ever purchased had flat tires when I bought it. I got a pump off the shelf, inflated to tires to the specifications according to the sidewall on the tire, (in this case 60 psi) and was on my way. My brakes were fine. It's Wal-Mart folks if you hate it, keep your receipt and take it back! Enough about reasons to buy it. Here's what you get! And, well, don't get. -The bike is built sturdy with a 250 lb weight limit (most road bikes are for 175 lb riders tops or they will want to build you special wheels to support you weight) -The saddle (or seat) is pretty comfortable. Don't buy some big huge padded seat! Invest in padded bike shorts if you plan on a long ride! Also seat height is wrong on nearly every new cyclist. -The brakes are standard -The pedals are a cheap soft plastic. Get you some toe clips! $10 at your bike shop. THESE WILL HELP YOU A LOT! You will have to drill into these pedals to mount them or replace the pedals with a higher end pedal to add the toe straps. PROS: -Value plain and simple. This bike was built on a budget. You are not getting carbon fiber! You are getting a heck of a deal on an entry level road bike! The closest thing I could find was the bikes mentioned above at $169 and this thing is over the top better. -Weight Capacity. As I mentioned before road bikes are built for people 175 lbs and under unless you plan on beefing up your wheels. I was told this by every cyclist that I know. Upgrading your wheels is an extra $100-$200. Yeah Ouch! CONS: -There is nowhere to mount a water bottle cage? That's kinda standard? -No good place for smartphone mounts, aero bars, or other goodies. -Appearance. This thing looks terrible. Mismatched tires? Not really my thing but to each his own. -Some components are plastic, like the brake levers and pedals. -Weight. This bike is heavy. Every bike in this price range is but it is a con. -Frame size. One size fits some. SUMMARY If you are looking to getting into cycling you can't really go wrong here. Cycling is expensive! Ebay and consignment shops are your best friend if you are a bargain hunter! It's a $100 bike. If you don't like it return it within 90 days or whatever the return policy is or at the worst case scenario is you are out $100. Most gyms charge close to that for a start up fee. Or if you love it and want to upgrade go get something better! First, go to your local bike shop (and I don't mean a big box store) and get fitted for a bike. If you have never been to one you may be surprised to see a $10,000 bike. I sure was! They will give you the info to make an educated purchase. The most important thing for a bike is the size of the bike. This is where the bike shops have the advantage. Higher end bike frames come in different sizes just like pants and shirts. Unfortunately, the Thruster is just one size. Seat height and how to actually pedal is great info too! Whatever your decision is whether to buy this bike or anything else, be sure to take safety precautions. Keep the rubber side down. Be safe and have fun!

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    MedicoMarrivilla
    Cape Girardeau, MO
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:25 - 34
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Male
    Usage:Every day
    This bike is the BOSS
    1/24/2014

    Customer review by finallytheperfectdishes

    5.0 stars 1/24/2014 by finallytheperfectdishes
    by finallytheperfectdishes

    I bought 2 of these bikes for my teenager sons, good quality for the money, easy to assemble, stylish, my sons (5'10 about 160-170 lbs) think these bikes are the BOSS!

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    finallytheperfectdishes
    Utah
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:35 - 44
    Ownership:2 - 3 months
    Gender:Female
    Usage:Every day
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    my Thruster Fixie
    2/9/2014

    Customer review by birdmove

    4.0 stars 2/9/2014 by birdmove
    by birdmove

    Wal Mart in Hilo Hawaii had a bunch of these in. The price started dropping. I believe I grabbed mine when they hit $69. I'm a 60 year old retired guy. I had been riding a mountain bike with 21 speeds. I decided to try this bike. I expected it, being a single speed, to be much harder to ride. Not true!! Sure, it's a bit harder starting out, especially on hills. But this is offset by the simplicity of this bike. Having no derailers means ease of maintenance. I work out in a gym in Hilo Hawaii about 12 miles from my hose. One day my wife had to drive our Toyota Tacoma pickup to Hilo. I decided to put the bike in the back and have her drop me at my gym, Aloha Fittness. I did my usual hour workout with 30 minutes of cardio, and then hit the weights. After that I rode the bike home. Not many hills on this 12 mile route. But I was amazed how quickly I made it home. I really like this bike! Negatives? The brakes tend to squeal. I have read that it may be due to the painted wheels. Um.........that's it. The bottom bracket seems to be okay, as does the steering head. Hey, I got mine for $69!! I would have gone back and bought a second one, but they sold them all. I am riding this as a single speed bike, not a fixie. I did not rate the setup, as mine was all put together.

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    birdmove
    Keaau, Hawaii
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:55 - 64
    Ownership:5 - 6 months
    Gender:Male
    Usage:Every few days
    Nice Bike
    5/5/2014

    Customer review by DICKLUGNUT

    4.0 stars 5/5/2014 by DICKLUGNUT
    by DICKLUGNUT

    Bike rides nice. Had to replace the rear tube on the first day. Other than that, seems like a good bike. I put about 40 miles per week on it. I would have gave it 5 stars, but the rear tire going flat before I even left my house wasn't good. This is my second Fixie from Walmart. I still have my other one, but it's starting to get pretty beat up. I put over 1500 miles on it and only had to replace the rear tire and tube. Overall, a good deal for the money. Took about 30 minutes to assemble.

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    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
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    Wal-Mart Winner
    5/10/2014

    Customer review by netbook

    5.0 stars 5/10/2014 by netbook
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    Great bike & would highly recommend it to everyone. I get great looks and inquiries when I ride it.

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    netbook
    north carolina
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
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    Was a little confused by product information. Doesn't say if this bike in particular has a freely turning rear gear or not while saying that most of these bikes do.
    by Questionnaire 1/13/2014
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    • A. It coasts without peddling.
      by DICKLUGNUT7/20/2015
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    • A. This bike does have a freewheel. Actually it has both a freewheel and a fixed sprocket. They're on opposite sides of the same rear wheel. Just position the rear wheel with the gear option you prefer on the side of the bike with the chain.
      by UnclePoohbear7/30/2015
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    • A. This bike comes with a "flip flop hub". It comes with the rear wheel able to freewheel. If you want it as a fixie, you flop the hub over.
      by birdmove7/30/2015
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    • A. Yes. Specifically it has two cogs, one side freewheels and the other is true "fixie" so you can take the rear wheel of and reverse it.
      by Deathkillerthegreat7/20/2015
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    • A. Yes. This bike has a sprocket on each side of the rear hub. One side will allow you to free wheel and the other one will allow you to ride at a fixed speed. Meaning that you can pedal forwards or pedal backwards.
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