29" Genesis V2900 Full Suspension Men's Mountain Bike, Blue/White

Walmart # 552442114
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29" Genesis V2900 Full Suspension Men's Mountain Bike, Blue/White

Walmart # 552442114
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  • 21-speed
  • Shimano derailleurs
  • Aluminum frame
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  • 21-speed
  • Shimano derailleurs
  • Aluminum frame
  • Customer Reviews
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    This bike is OK for light use (slow weekend rides on a flat trail), but do not use it for anything else. I've had it for a year and a half, using it to commute to/from work, 8 miles each way. Yesterday, the frame snapped as I was going full speed across a crosswalk. Thank God for helmets, or I wouldn't be writing this review now. I've read about frame failures, but had no idea it could happen to a relatively new bike. Original tires lasted me about 6 months, even though I rotated them. The bottom bracket - started making noise almost immediately, front suspension was in need of replacement within a year (bike shop told me the fork is not servicable). Plastic pedals lasted me a year and a half. Other components wear normally. This bike is made out of cheap components, and I knew that before I bought it. I just figured that as heavy as this bike is - the frame must be solid, right? I was wrong.

    1st ride - Fell apart

    To start, I'm 6'5" and weigh 225 lbs. This bike was not built to last for bigger people, despite being a larger bike. When I first got it, I took it home, filled up the tires and tightened all of the screws. The handle bar screw was a little loose and I figured I was better off checking everything before hitting the road. I went on a 1.5 mile ride (3.0 miles roundtrip). I was with my step son who is not a strong rider, so we went slow. There were no hills. After going less than a mile, the handle bar started coming loose. I had to make a trip back to the car to swap my son's seat out and I tightened my handle bars again. So I resumed the ride and by the time I got back to the turn around point, the handle bars were getting loose again. On the way back, the seat slipped out of position and I had to keep stopping to fix it. At this point, the handle bar was sliding freely back and forth and it took great effort to complete the trip. Before getting home, I made a stop and returned it. It was absolutely terrible.

    Great value for big guys

    Bought the bike online and picked it up. Im 6'7 260lbs and needed a bigger bike....I replaced the seats on all 3 of our bikes with the walmart schwinn padded seat for $27...its wider has springs and more cushion for long recreational rides. I was disapointed the handle bars wouldnt adjust any higher...I've got the seat raised to a comfortable level. The second day I was pedalling hard and heard a crunch under my right foot and discovered the plastic pedals bearings were falling apart and out. I've read a lot about plastic pedals coming standard and needing upgraded so I replaced the pedals with alloy $22. While I was looking at pedals I found some better handgrips $9 that have been worth the investment. The front brakes are squealing as others have reported so my next research is how to quite the existing without spending more money. Overall Im happy for the money spent and feel I can ride 8-10 miles a day on this bike.

    Great Product and easy to use

    I had been considering purchasing a bike for exercise . I am 63, 6 foot tall with a disabled back. I was concerned since I had not been on a bike since I was a kid of about fourteen. After watching you-tub I realize that different things could be done to a bike to make it more suited with each rider. I purchased the V2900 about an hour ago and I have changed the seat putting a padded one on. Since I haven't been on a bike for so many years, I have to get use to foot placement. I keep wanting to place all of my foot on the peddle and I hit the wheel when I turn. I plan on changing the peddles from the plastic ones to metal and perhaps a couple of other changes so it will fit me better. But all in all, I think I made the right choice. It seems stable and strong. I will be riding in the yard for a few days for safety sake but after that look out. lol I do want to also purchase a luggage carrier for the back of the bike for short trips to the grocery. I am looking forward to getting use to the bike and riding again.

    Great value.... Pretty easy to assemble

    After going through 7 other bikes and 4 different stores and pro shops, I was finally able to fit this bike to my needs. I'm a 6' 230 lb male who hasn't ridden a bike in 20 years. So trying to find one again, I was quite picky. The process took me 4 months and we went through 8 different bikes total. The bike looked nice online and after deciding to order, it arrived free standard mail within 3 days to my home. This was great except for the assembly. I'm pretty handy though and got everything together well and looked on youtube for some how to videos to set up breaks and gears. After trying a few times, I ended up taking it to a local bike shop who fine tuned my assembly for $20. So for around $200 after free shipping and assembly, this has turned into a very supportive and great bike for a larger guy. Gears change great and it rides nicely. I think I will be buying a better seat though for my lazy 20 year gluts.
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