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Enjoy the Rugged Outdoors with a Superia 26 Inch Men's Bike
Many bicycles are specially designed for a specific terrain, but a Huffy Superia 26inch men's bike makes it possible to transition easily between the urban jungle and rough trails of the wild. Men's bikes are often designed with a single purpose in mind, such as riding on relatively flat surfaces, mountain biking or performing tricks. The cost of enjoying all these activities can go up quickly. With this Huffy bicycle, you'll be comfortable performing jumps and twists or just riding in any setting, including gravel, sand, pavement and overgrown trails.
The Superia 26 inch men's bike is built for rugged adventures in the woods. With its large tires, low profile and front and rear rear caliper brakes, you'll have no trouble dodging otherwise dangerous ruts and tree roots below and low-hanging branches or stony outcrops above. Every incline, from rolling hills to steep switchbacks, is easier to manage with the greater number of gears than a traditional road bike. Huffy has been in the bicycle business since 1892, so you can rely on the quality of design that over 100 million other cyclists have already discovered.
- Huffy Superia 26 Inch Men's Bike is engineered for a smooth ride on the roughest terrain
- Outfitted with 15 speed thumb-shifter for the steepest bike trails
- Steel ATB frame and steel rims enhance durability for a long-lasting bicycle
- Lack of suspension and quick release options provide reduced weight and greater speed
- Blue men's mountain bike is a great choice for all riders over 60 inches tall
- 26" x 1.95" Trail Edge tires with 36 spokes perfect for a rugged ride
Added on March 31, 2012
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We bought this bike for our 13 yr old son for his birthday. Gears are easy to work. Seat is easy to adjust. He likes the position of handle bars. Says it's a nice ride.
don't buy this bike, short frame that danger to down hill, plastic parts, derailleur not working, don't waste money
Santa Barbara, CA
Excellent value for a summer guest here only 3 months.
I'm very happy with this purchase! It was on sale @ $79. I think it is a very good value. Easily made the minor adjustments to fit me.
Bought this for my son for Christmas and he is so happy with it good quality for a great price
Only issue with this bike is with the seat. Besides that, it is a great bike for normal bikers.
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this is a cheap made bike. the gear shifter never worked right . the brakes were hard to adjust and kept coming loose. the brake and shifter handles are cheap plastic i returned it after one week. buy a better quality bike than this one.
Have used the bike about 10 times (~1 to 2 miles each time) and the bike has performed flawlessly. The only issue had been with the assembly where the handle bars were a couple degrees off center from the front wheel. However that was easily corrected. With an item like this I expect something to fail but the real question will be when.
It has been ridden 155 miles in its first 5 days. Grease was added to the pedal threads, seat post, saddle clamp, stem, brake mounts, bottom bracket, and headset. The stock saddle was extremely uncomfortable, so it was discarded and replaced with a cruiser spring saddle. The stock handlebar grips were uncomfortably hard, so they were removed and replaced with ergonomic ones. One bearing in the rear hub was missing, so all of them were discarded and replaced with grade 25 bearings. This product requires aftermarket parts and careful inspection to work well. Both derailers were misaligned. The rear derailer's mounting plate was bent into alignment with long handled channel lock pliers so the pulleys were straight under the sprockets. The front derailer was loosened and moved into its correct position, which solved poor shifting and chain drops on the first night of test riding. The rims were inspected for any pointy areas that might have threatened inner tubes. About 6 were found on each rim, so they were tapped flat until they felt smooth. Additional rim tape (made from old inner tubes) was added for more tube protection. I decided to use thicker tubes and carry the stock ones as spares. The wheels turn beautifully with extra grease in the bearing cups. Bearing cone adjustment was easy with a 13 and 15 mm cone wrench. The rims were close to true and only needed minor attention after a few break in rides. The pedals were very hard to remove. They are 1/2" size for one piece cranks. They seem cheap and flimsy. They began to spin freely after a drop of oil was added to their axles and riding for 15 minutes. A Huffy Superia is recommended for customers who know how to deal with bike problems, have the time and energy to check the work from the factory and store, and have access to better quality parts. I ordered a taller stem since the stock one is about 3 cm too short for my 5'11" body. The seat post is much longer than expected, so the bike fits my long legs well. Braking is excellent and quiet. Shifting is OK, but I think the cables have to stretch and the drivetrain has to be broken in for consistent precision shifting. It's amazing to climb hills in the lowest gear and fly down the highway on the big chain ring and smallest sprocket. My maximum speed was 24.5 MPH going downhill and pedaling fast in top gear. The bike looks fantastic with all of its stickers removed. I expected to like the bike, but didn't expect to love it. I enjoy effortlessly floating over the landscape using the middle chain ring and second biggest sprocket. I did a 65 mile test ride on bike trails today and feel fine afterward. The thin center line on the tires rolled quietly with minimal road resistance. The Superia delivers impressive power and speed (to the point of overkill when the tires are at high pressure). It's great for commuting and recreation. I don't know about its mountain bike prowess. It handles bumps in the road nicely.
Needed to change the tire on the 3rd day of using it. Repaired the rim on the 5th day and being told by the repairman that it has defect for the rim. The worest thing is the rim can't be fix again on the 12th day after using it! My mom bought this for me while I was away for vacation, however, the bike could only last for 12 days with 3 repairings. The repairman told me that it couldn't be repaired again due to the defect of the product! My mom did call the store but they said we couldn't return it as it's past 30 days of purchase though I just used it for 12 days!!!!! BAD LUCK of having this product!
|Rider Height:||Taller than 60 inches|
|Wheel Size:||26 in.|
|Item Weight (lbs.):||44.1|
|Materials & Finishes:|
|Number of Speeds:||15|
|Quick Release Front Wheel:||No|
|Quick Release Seat:||No|