Rated 4.2 out of 5★ by 20reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5★ by mookey23 heavy and cheap components The shifters are ridiculously cheap. The thumb shifter came broken. Everything needed set up. The seat isn't adjustable and very uncomfortable on long rides. The plastic pedals are stupid. Its just as heavy or heavier than my 20 year old huffy. 09/05/2012
Rated 4 out of 5★ by Mastarks Great looking bike.... Awesome Purchase... I get a lot of compliments... 10 out 10 looks wise... It actually looks more expensive than the 3 bills it cost me... I wont dwell on the good...The negatives.. You have to put the seat handle and front wheel on.... You have to have the tool to put it together (didn't come with)>.. I have to keep tightening the lock for the front wheel it seems to keep coming down.... The gears feel cheap, you press a button to gear up but you have to use to gear down... The seat is hard , this is a must replacement or buy a cover...Other than that all is well.... One of my better purchases 04/08/2013
Rated 4 out of 5★ by LOUmr GOOD FOR THE PRICE Comparable to more expensive bikes at sports dept store. 06/07/2013
Rated 4 out of 5★ by Enron Good Bike For the Price Awesome bike had it shipped to my house easy to put together spent some time adjusting things (always good to do). I've rode it everyday since no problems. Fits me well 6' 260lbs. Do have some things i didnt like 1) seat was very uncomfortable (luckily bought a different one with it) 2)The tumb shifters were a little weird (changed them out for trigger shifters) 3) The bike did not have the pedals or Quick release skewer for front tire. This did upset me a bit, but i called walmart and they were happy to refund part of it and went out and bought the parts. Overall great bike my brother will probably even buy one. 08/07/2013
Rated 5 out of 5★ by golfingandy Great bike, just a little too tall for me. I am 5'8 03/15/2013
Rated 5 out of 5 First day torture test Got this bike for my bday last August. Rode it on roads like twice since then until today. The thing hacks through thick grass like a machete. Just shift down into the lowest gears and this bike will pull you through. The ground was pretty dry today and the suspension handled some vicious bumps with ease. Just be sure to center your weight over both pedals and hop the bike over the really big bumps. Gears shift clean and smooth with one click. Evrything on this bike is tight and effective. Also very light for being gigantic. Overall an awesome bike.The only limitation I found was while crawling through some thick grass, the handbars twisted around on me and I stopped dead. The handlebars are clamped to the front fork by way of two allen bolts. Even when very tight, you can still twist the haldebar clamp around the pole of the fork. This is a slight design flaw as the handlebars should be clamped using vertical bolts to a welded lip on the fork instead of horizontal bolts holding a clamp against the smooth fork post. This would make twisting the handlebars around the fork post impossible. Just a thought though, no big whoop. Most people won't be crawling through grass and brush that's over their heads with a bike (Im 6'5").Bought a DBack two summers ago and the thing literally FELL APART after light usage. For the same price go with the walmart brand and have fun.Also, every bolt and screw I saw on this bike was for a hex wrench. THAT IS AWESOME!!!! Just keep a cheap set of hex wrenches handy when your out with this bike and you will never deal with a wobbly part or a piece falling off. My DBack had a different screw for every part... LAME, its my fault, really, for not thinking through that purchase. But now thanks to my bad experience and my willingness to spread good information, you know to buy THIS bike...FIVE STARS!!In 6 months or so I'll review its long-term durability. 09/20/2013