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26 Inch Fat Mountain Bike Tire-21 Speed Tolan Disc Brake/MTB Bre

$307

26 Inch Fat Mountain Bike Tire-21 Speed Tolan Disc Brake/MTB Bre

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Product description


Configuration: F / derailleur: Shimanos TZ-30
R / derailleur: Shimanos TZ-50
Shifter: Shimanos 51-7
Freewheel: 7 tower wheels
Chain: 108 chain
Chainwheel: 170 three small sprocket
Frame / Fork: 31.8 bold front lock fork
Handlebar / stem: Black Shark 31.8 Black Four Nail Combination
Tire: 26in 4.0 fat tire
Frame: High carbon steel frame
Brake: Tolan disc brake / MTB break lever
Product parameters:
Product gross weight about (kg/lb): 22kg/48.4lb
Product net weight about (kg/lb): 20kg/44lb
Product size about (cm/in): Length 195cm/78in, height 105cm/41in
Packing size about (cm/in): 158x78x25cm/62x30x10in
Brake type: disc brake
Load capacity (kg/lb): 150KG/270lb
Whether it is foldable: No
Transmission type: 21 speed
Tire size: 26 inches
Tire: 26in 4.0
Suggestions:
1. Please wear a helmet and ride safely (helmet is not included in the product).
2. Applicable height range: 160-185cm/5.2-6ft.
3. 85% of the bike has been assembled when it arrives. You need to install the front wheels, pedals, handlebars, seats and inflate the tires to ensure that they are fully installed and secure before riding safely. We do not provide any online paid or free bicycle assembly services.
4. The bicycle installation instructions are enclosed in the package, please read carefully before installing the bicycle and adjusting the brake and speed system.
5. All tools are included in the package, no additional tools.

26 Inch Fat Mountain Bike Tire-21 Speed Tolan Disc Brake/MTB Bre

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