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Titan #137 Fusion PRO Alloy Dual Suspension All Terrain Mountain Bike with Disc Brake, 21-speeds, 19-Inch Frame, Orange and Silver

Item# 00610446000P | Model# 137-8718 | Added on January 1, 2000 |
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Titan #137 Fusion PRO Alloy Dual Suspension All Terrain Mountain Bike with Disc Brake, 21-speeds, 19-Inch Frame, Orange and Silver
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Dual Suspension Men's Mountain Bike with Combined Alloy and Steel Frame for Ruggedness and Weight Savings. Front and Rear Suspension Shocks with Front JAK Superbrake Disc Braking System. 21-Speed Gearing with SHIMANO Revoshift Grip Shift System with Comfortable Hand Grips. SHIMANO Tourney TX Rear Gear Changing Derailleur and DNP Front Derailleur For Smooth Gear Shifting. Alloy Handlebar Stem, Alloy Handlebar, Alloy Seat Post with Quick release, Frame Triangle Full Alloy, and Alloy Crank Arms, Chrome Plated Crank.

The ALL NEW Titan Fusion-Pro is here! We have upgraded this bike to be more current, lighter weight, and include more advanced specifications and quality. This is a hybrid frame bike which includes Alloy and Steel components. The Frame triangle is 100% alloy. We have changed the chain wheel and crank arms to alloy and the crank itself has gone from matte black to silver/chrome plated. The handlebars are new and 100% alloy along with the seat stem & seat post. Comfort Gear Shifting Grips are SHIMANO. This is a 21-speed Dual suspension mountain bike with a front JAK Superbrake disc braking system. The Front ZOOM Shock. SHIMANO Tourney TX high end rear derailleur. 26" Double Wall Alloy Wheels with Mountain Bike Tires. This bicycle comes with a 1 year warranty on the frame against defects. Made in China. Arrives 85% assembled, light assembly required includes installation of the front wheel, handlebars, seat post, pedals, and brake adjustments. This bike weighs only ... read more
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