Genesis 700C Mens Fixed-Speed Track Bicycle

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The Genesis 700C Mens Fixed-Speed Track Bicycle is a brand new dual-drive bicycle that features the best of both worlds - single speed and direct drive. Simple in concept, but not execution - this one-speed bicycle has plenty of features. This Genesis men's track bike offers a tried and true steel frame, alloy wheel set, front and rear handbrakes, and a choice between direct-drive track style or single-speed freewheel drive.

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Important Made in USA Origin Disclaimer: For certain items sold by Walmart on Walmart.com, the displayed country of origin information may not be accurate or consistent with manufacturer information. For updated, accurate country of origin data, it is recommended that you rely on product packaging or manufacturer information.

The Genesis 700C Mens Fixed-Speed Track Bicycle is a brand new dual-drive bicycle that features the best of both worlds - single speed and direct drive. Simple in concept, but not execution - this one-speed bicycle has plenty of features. This Genesis men's track bike offers a tried and true steel frame, alloy wheel set, front and rear handbrakes, and a choice between direct-drive track style or single-speed freewheel drive.

Please note: If you select Site to Store delivery, your bike(s) will not be assembled upon pickup.

Genesis 700C Mens Fixed-Speed Track Bicycle:

  • Front and rear alloy caliper brakes on the Genesis men's track bike
  • Sturdy alloy rims
  • High performance racing saddle
  • Genesis men's track bike has a unique flip-flop hub with both a freewheel and fixed-gear sprocket

Specifications

Gender: Men
Is Assembly Required: Y
Bicycle Frame Size: 700C
Manufacturer Part Number: 92780
Number of Speeds: Fixed single speed
Model: 92780
Brand: Kent
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by Jay323 6/28/2010
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  • A. Very. You are right about the recommended height .
    by BikeNerd11/14/2010
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  • A. The size of the bike depends on you... For Road bikes, your crotch should be 1" from the main bar while standing flat footed, and for mountain bikes it should be 3" from the main bar... I am 5'11" and it is perfect for me....
    by OceanRide10/15/2010
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  • A. Depending on your inseam length, it should be fine. I ride a denali (same frame with gears) and am 5'6" with just a 29" inseam, I have to toe down to reach the pedals but ride 80 miles a week. If you are motivated you can make it work.
    by texasprimo8/16/2010
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  • A. im 5'6 and its a little tall for me. When i am on the frame i have to tippy toe a bit or tilt the bike sideways to balance. My seat was on the lowest and can be adjusted higher for you. I believe the bike will work fro you, as you can adjsut the seat.
    by aGlassofTang8/5/2010
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  • A. I'm 5'-11" and I think the bike fits me fine.
    by designapp7/9/2010
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  • A. should be ok. I'm 5'-11" and I think it fits me ok.
    by designapp7/9/2010
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  • A. im 6'1" and this bike fits me great. stand over height isn't bad at all.
    by joose1237/5/2010
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  • A. It would probably work, you might be a little hunched over. the top tube is about 21 1/2".
    by walmartman9996/30/2010
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by likeamug 6/1/2010
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  • A. It is. It can. Just remove all the bits and bobs (reflectors, rear brake, etc) and replace the tires with some semi-slick road ties (gator skins are my favorite)
    by BikeNerd11/14/2010
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  • A. What is fast for you? I can do 20 mph on it on the street, still slower than my denali in top gear. The rear gear is 16 tooth, you can replace it with a 14 tooth one for more speed at the same cadence, front chainrings go up to 52-53 teeth before the price goes astronomical, you get a smaller gain there, but are your legs up to handling that high a ratio full time? Lower gear, higher cadence saves your knees, riding at too high a ratio will destroy your knees.
    by texasprimo2/19/2011
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  • A. make sure the brakes don't rub (you can install more expensive ones that will help you stop better when you go fast) and get some skinny tires. 700x20 or 700x23 and inflate to maximum pressure
    by rastintin12/27/2010
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  • A. i road 70 miles on mine at a 15mph average pace and as fast as 26mph....
    by OceanRide10/15/2010
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  • A. yes, upgrade the hadlebars, seatpost, cranks and bottom bracket and you will have a prety ligght fixie
    by FixedGearOwner9/25/2010
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  • A. very slow, need to change chain and wheels to start with, its still to heavy to be a fast bike
    by yellowmanhattan6/29/2010
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  • A. With the stock gearing, you can expect to top out around 25 MPH. The stock cog has 16 teeth, you would need to replace that cog with one having fewer teeth.
    by An anonymous customer6/7/2010
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by jaoa 8/31/2010
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  • A. Not quite. It's going to be a tad big. However, my friend is about the same height, and rides it often. You just have to lower the seat.
    by BikeNerd11/14/2010
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  • A. I'm 5' 6" with just a 29" inseam and had to raise the seat a bit to make it match the toe down I use when riding my denali. Unless you have extremely short legs and a very long torso, it should fit
    by texasprimo11/8/2010
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  • A. yep
    by rastintin11/3/2010
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  • A. The size of the bike depends on you... For Road bikes, your crotch should be 1" from the main bar while standing flat footed, and for mountain bikes it should be 3" from the main bar...
    by OceanRide10/15/2010
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  • A. yes :)! it will even be better if you put on skinnier race tires (28c and below) will lower the "ride height" or standover height.
    by FixedGearOwner9/25/2010
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  • A. It felt a little big for me at first, but as soon as the seat was adjusted almost completely down, it was more manageable and I am 5'6:.
    by gatorbaby29/6/2010
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  • A. fited me fine im 5-9'1'2 no problems but this but was too heavy and i didnt like the frame it lacked style this top and downtube were very thin it reaked of an 80's old vintage bike look
    by Jblingn9/27/2010
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Nice bike for the price
2/6/2011

Customer review by Walrus84

5.0 stars 2/6/2011 by Walrus84
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I recommend this bike even though the box was somewhat damaged and the bike frame had a scratch in the white paint, but I don't mind that. I put it together and I love it so far. The bike looks great, you can see the quality is not the best but it does not look cheap. The breaks are pretty good, the tires are good too and true, and I specially liked the saddle, it is not too narrow and it seems to be of good quality. I added a dot of hot glue to the head of the screw to deter saddle thieves. Here is a larger pic of the bike, I removed the toe clips for now. Oh and it rides very well, smooth and silent, very happy about it.

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Walrus84
Miami
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:25 - 34
Ownership:1 week or less
Gender:Male
Usage:Every day
bang for your buck
1/18/2011

Customer review by dualer208

5.0 stars 1/18/2011 by dualer208
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This bike is great for a first time rider, first thing to do after building it, remove 1) decals, 2) kickstand, 3) reflectors, 4) chain guard/chain ring cover. The tires are very thick so you can skid as long as you want until its bald. rear gears are 16t. Even though it weights a lot more than other fixed gears, for the price it's given. The parts are inexpensive and so far nothing is broken. Comes with kenda tires 700Cx32C, riding on a cloud but slow, just need to petal faster. Joytech hubs, couldn't complain. overall: its affordable, reliable, and function. bike too heavy and slow? just petal faster.

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dualer208
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:14 - 18
Ownership:5 - 6 months
Gender:Male
Usage:Once per week
best value, awesome commuter
11/3/2010

Customer review by rastintin

5.0 stars 11/3/2010 by rastintin
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minimal tweaking, a new (professional) paint job and skinny tires turned this bike in the best commuter/city bike ever and I use it every day for a 20KM commute... the brakes were rubbing and the chain was too tight. if you don't know how to tweak this, just take it to any shop and it takes 5 minutes to have the bike up and running like a little rocket.

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rastintin
florida
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:35 - 44
Ownership:2 - 3 months
Gender:Male
Usage:Every day
They Laughed At Me
8/10/2010

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2.0 stars 8/10/2010 by VeloRacer
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I've been wanting to get into bike racing for a while now. Recently I've been heading to the local Wednesday night velo races down at the bike track. It's pretty incredible to watch the racers speed around the track just inches from each other. I wanted a piece of the action. I plopped down the $150 and road off from my local Walmart. First of all, it's really hard to pedal this thing. You have to push down with a lot of force just to get going, and if you head up a hill? Forget it, had to walk the bike... where are all the gears? The following Wednesday I took my bike to the track and paid the entry fee. When I walked into the bike corral other racers started laughing at my bike... the kickstand and breaks were quite the novelty, along with people trying to heft the bike up with one arm. Only three of the guys could do it. I was embarrassed, but knew I could persevere. When the race started I cranked hard and started moving. I quickly fell behind and never actually got to experience what it felt like to be inches behind the guy in front of me. Instead I got to feel what its like to get passed... over and over. This bike might be great for a lot of people, but for a future velo racer it just doesn't cut it.

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VeloRacer
Seattle, WA
Would recommend to a friend? No
Age:35 - 44
Ownership:5 - 6 months
Gender:Male
Usage:A few times per month
he ain't heavy, he's my fixie
6/6/2010

Customer review by An anonymous customer

5.0 stars 6/6/2010 by An anonymous customer
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A great bike to introduce yourself to fixed gear. Components are definitely on the inexpensive side, but that's the great thing about fixies, there's just not much to go wrong, so once the components reach a certain (low) quality level), you are good to go. ---- This bike is heavy! It's a 29-er, and I don't mean tire size. However, unless you are planning to race, weight doesn't really matter (go on a diet and loose a few pounds instead - it's cheaper and healthier). On the plus side, this is a bike that will last forever and thieves will opt to steal the lighter bike next to this one. ---- Biking is whisper quiet, just the whir of the tires on the road. Gearing allows you to go up moderate hills; steep hills will likely require walking. The bike came with the freewheel on the drive side so you will need to take the rear wheel off and turn it around to the fixed sprocket to experience the real fun. Search the interwebs for instructions on how to position the rear wheel to get the chain tension right. ---- Things to do when the bike arrives: (1) take off the chain guard, (2) take off the chain ring cover plate - a plasticky little crossy thing, (3) take off the kickstand, and (4) take off the decals. Some of the word decals are connected to the black and white stripe decals so you need to score the connection with a razor blade if you want to keep the stripes. ---- I removed the toe clips since I don't like clips. As a result, I have to use the hand brakes to stop. ---- Anyway, for $149, this bike is well worth the price (look up the price of a fixed-gear wheelset if you don't believe me). ---- I'll upload a picture of the de-decal-ed bike later.

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The South
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:45 - 54
Ownership:1 week or less
Gender:Male
Usage:Every day
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