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Huffy Men's Cruiser Bike Olympia 26in
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Huffy Men's Cruiser Bike Olympia 26in

Item# 080W031419340001P | Model# K6601 | Added on July 1, 2012
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Cruise the streets with a modernly designed classic. The cruiser is perfect to take on that sunny day and ride solo or with the family.

  • Steel cantilever frame
  • 7 Speed Twist Shift
  • Front and rear linear pull brakes
  • Alloy rims with 26in x 2.125in Whitewall Cruiser Tires
  • Front and rear fenders
  • Spring comfort saddle
  • Quick release seat post
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by RKBarnhart
July 26th, 2012
Great value, but know what you're getting.

And what you're getting is a heavy steel frame, bottom of the barrel derailleur, and ho-hum Chinese quality all around.  But at this price it's a great bike, and a great value.
<span><span>I've spent weeks tweaking things, adjusting the derailleur, repacking the bearings, truing the wheels.  All pretty simple stuff, but time consuming.  I still have an annoying creaking sound coming from the front wheel.  Is it the spokes rubbing together?  Maybe sound transferring from the crank bearing, or the front wheel still isn't true enough?  I dunno. But I love the bike and have the know-how to make it just the way I like it.  I'm using it as a subdivision cruiser with my 8 year old, and at that it excels.  If you want a turn-key, ready to ride bike go to a bike shop and spend 3-5X more money.</span></span>
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<span><span>Anyway, as for riding, it's super comfortable.  Thanks to the swept-back handlebars I'm able to sit upright.  And I added a no-pressure Schwinn saddle-less seat.  Highly recommended if like me you're tired of squashing your &%!#s on traditional seats. Best $20 upgrade you can make...</span></span>

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Huffy Olympia 26 inch men's bicycle

<p>Great bike ... I mean it ... right from the package ... easy to understand and assemble.</p>
<p>I had a metric hex wrench that fit so when the bike arrived by mail ... two hours and I was riding.</p>
<p>It is strong, safe and well thought out.  </p>

August 20th, 2012 via kmart.com
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RKBarnhart

Great value, but know what you're getting.

<div>And what you're getting is a heavy steel frame, bottom of the barrel derailleur, and ho-hum Chinese quality all around.  But at this price it's a great bike, and a great value.</div>
<div>&lt;span&gt;&lt;span&gt;I've spent weeks tweaking things, adjusting the derailleur, repacking the bearings, truing the wheels.  All pretty simple stuff, but time consuming.  I still have an annoying creaking sound coming from the front wheel.  Is it the spokes rubbing together?  Maybe sound transferring from the crank bearing, or the front wheel still isn't true enough?  I dunno. But I love the bike and have the know-how to make it just the way I like it.  I'm using it as a subdivision cruiser with my 8 year old, and at that it excels.  If you want a turn-key, ready to ride bike go to a bike shop and spend 3-5X more money.&lt;/span&gt;&lt;/span&gt;</div>
<div>&lt;span&gt;&lt;span&gt; &lt;/span&gt;&lt;/span&gt;</div>
<div>&lt;span&gt;&lt;span&gt;Anyway, as for riding, it's super comfortable.  Thanks to the swept-back handlebars I'm able to sit upright.  And I added a no-pressure Schwinn saddle-less seat.  Highly recommended if like me you're tired of squashing your &amp;%!#s on traditional seats. Best $20 upgrade you can make...&lt;/span&gt;&lt;/span&gt;</div>

July 26th, 2012 via kmart.com
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