Still haven't provided one reason why any parts on this bike are garbage. All you said was "<insert part> is garbage!"MK7GTI wrote: ↑ You're fork is not the one that is listed. Nice try, but kinda proves how little you know.
The wheels aren't listed because they're no name garbage.
The other parts are nothing to speak of. Not terrible, certainly not good, and below decent.
Its sad how little you know, while trying your hardest to act like you do.
Mountain bike is back in stock.
Frame: all-aluminum 6061, 69.9 cm (27.5 in.) specific geometry
Press formed aluminum frame and lightweight
Frame Size: medium 44.45 cm (17.5 in). Fits most riders 1.7 m to 1.8 m (5 ft. 7 in. to 6 ft. 1 in.)
Fork: SR Suntour XCT 69.9 cm (27.5 in.), preload, 80 mm travel
Headset: sealed integrated threadless
Cranks: Shimano FC-TY501, 42/34/24T
Bottom bracket: sealed cartridge
Rear derailleur: Shimano Altus M310
Shifter: Shimano Altus EF-500 Rapid-Fire (21 Speeds)
Cogset: Shimano (14-28T)
Brakes: Tektro mechanical dual disc
Brake levers: Shimano Altus EF-500 integrated with shifter
Front hub: 32H alloy with quick-release
Rear hub: 32H alloy with quick-release
Rims: alloy double wall
Tires: Maxxis mountain, 69.9 cm × 5.6 cm (27.5 in. × 2.2 in.)
Handlebars: NR 31.8 mm low rise black alloy
Grips: Velo ergonomic dual density comfort grip
Stem: NR sport, 10-degree
Seat post: alloy micro adjust 30.9 mm with quick-release
Seat: Velo mountain performance
Kickstand: included (removal at rider’s option)
Assembly Tools: included
Dimensions: (L × W × H): 180 cm × 66 cm × 105 cm (70.86 in. × 25.98 in. × 41.3 in.)
Weight: 14.88 kg (32.8 lb.)
Nobody here has any reason to think you're opinion matters and the way you speak gives us less reason to.
You've now changed your story from this bike would fall apart riding down a trail, to every part on this bike is mediocre. You sound like a drama queen.
I also see you haven't provided any other reasonable alternative like a few people had asked, naive enough to think that your comments about 15 years experience were true I guess.
Whats funny is when you actually talk to someone experienced, you finish the conversation having learned something that you can apply to that topic in the future. Talking to you is the complete opposite.
"This bike sucks for reasons I can't explain, and I'm not going to show you what I think is worth it because you don't know anything!"
Get real, knob.