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You can go to cart and save for later there. Pre-Black Friday deals are here! Start saving big now. Shop now. Report incorrect product info or prohibited items. Walmart Add-on services. Free 2-day delivery Arrives by Mon, Nov Add to List. Add to Registry. Gifting note: Ships in the manufacturer's original packaging, which may reveal the contents. It is designed for both on and off-road cycling so you can tackle nearly any type of terrain.

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This bike is ideal for mountain bikers looking for quality and stability. It has a strong aluminum frame to withstand regular use. A smooth action suspension fork offers comfortable handling in a wide range of situations. Ride this BCA mountain bike on flat ground or pedal up those steep hills while maintaining accurate shifting with the 21 speed drivetrain and Shimano rear derailleur.

The quick release seat post height adjustment ensures an optimal fit depending on your height. With a sleek style, it is ideal for new or seasoned riders. Customer Review Snapshot Average rating: 2. Most helpful positive review.


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    Average rating: 5 out of 5 stars, based on reviews. See more. Most helpful negative review. Average rating: 1 out of 5 stars, based on reviews. Started to assemble it when I noticed the front fork was badly bent. The picture is taken looking straight down.

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    As you can see, there is no way a wheel can fit on the mangled fork. Very disappointing. The box arrived undamaged. Seems the "manufactured in USA" process may need some better quality control.

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    One star for now. I'll see what Walmart and BCA does to correct the problem. Mikesbikes, November 14, DehdleeDuo, April 1, BlackBettyII, June 3, Average rating: 3 out of 5 stars, based on 0 reviews. NYMXer, November 11, See all 27 reviews. Ask a question.

    Number of answers Most recent questions Most recent answers Sort by. Are the rims aluminum or steel?? Answer this question. I believe they are made of card board. The rims on this model are aluminum. Is BCA better than mongoose. Pricing policy. Best case was to rest for tomorrow. From the get go it was a tough climb, and a long one at that. Following the old ox wagon trail over the Witzenberg Mountains, sheer admiration is the only feeling that can describe how I felt about the ox wagons getting up there. How on earth they managed to get over that pass- I do not know!

    While pushing my bike, I managed to cut my front tyre on a sharp stone. Still feeling weak from being sick, I called it a day after 40km. Better to take it easy the first day in the saddle and sort out the pesky puncture. The last case resort to fix it would be to insert a tube into tubeless setup.

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    First, I tried to apply rubber sealant from the patch kit to the tyre, but since I've never used the kit, and it's already a couple of years old, all the tubes were empty. Magically disappeared it seems. Luckily I remember I had seam sealant from my tent. This worked like a charm! Finally that worry was over, I spoiled myself with a campfire next to the dam, cooked some bully beef and smash, and enjoyed a majestic moonrise in the Kouebokkeveld.

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    Campfire next to the dam. Slowly I managed to get going. By late afternoon I was feeling more like myself, a pleasant wind from behind assisted me kindly up my next big hill. There is no better feeling than cycling uphill at a speed of 30kmph. Late afternoon I passed through the town of Touwsrivier.

    I honestly have nothing to mention about the town except wanting to get out of there ASAP!

    Next step was to find a camping spot. I have 2 requirements for a camping spot; the first is to be near water and the second, to ensure am I hidden away. I found a peaceful camping spot next to a wind pump and was spoiled with a magnificent view of the Milky Way before the moon rose to all its splendour. I managed 88km for the day. Starry Skies of the Karoo. I waited for the tent to dry up before I started my cycle. There is nothing worse than packing away a muddy, wet tent. Following the bloupunttoring road to Anysberg, I played with gravity most of the way as the road was made up of endless dips, up and down, up and down.

    The consequences are fierce- legs burning and lungs screaming throughout killer up hills. Reaching Anysberg was fantastic, as the terrain completely changed. The road was more suited to mountain biking flowing windy tracks and an abundance of wildlife throughout the day kept me highly entertained.

    Tonight I'm camping in between Anysberg and the Swartberg mountains. Hopefully I'll have a chance to out cycle the rain in the morning. I managed to do another 84km today! I tried my best to out cycle the bad weather and I won, sort of. However kms of cycling takes its toll, especially with a loaded bike. Today is mostly rest day, I just have to get on the top of the Swartberg pass and so I sat reminiscing the day before.

    Anysberg was beautiful; cycling within a reserve, completely alone and around an abundance of wild life really is quite spectacular.