One look at the iRide Rocker's super-fat tires and you can't help but smile! Roll down rough city streets, through the park, on the beach, or even out through the snow. This light aluminum frame is built around massive 4-inch wide tires for a fun, cushy ride. The wide-range 7-speed Shimano drivetrain lets you spin up hilly terrain, while the powerful mechanical disc brakes give you excellent stopping power in all conditions. The comfortable saddle and handlebars put you in a heads-up, ride-for-hours position, while a built-in cup holder sets the laid-back tone for your ride.
|Tires||Momentum Rocker, 26 x 4.0|
|Rear Derailleur||Shimano Acera|
|Rear Cogs||Shimano, 7-speed: 14-34|
|Brakes||Giant DA8 mechanical disc, 160mm rotors|
|Accessories & Extras||Kickstand, Integrated cup holder|
* Subject to change without notice.
|Option||Barcode||Manufacturer's Part Number||Vendor Number|
|Khaki/Army Green / Small||04712878061835||60041314||GIA-60041314|
|Khaki/Army Green / Medium||04712878061842||60041315||GIA-60041315|
|Black/Green / Small||04712878061897||60041324||GIA-60041324|
|Black/Green / Medium||04712878061903||60041325||GIA-60041325|
|White/Orange / Medium||04712878061965||60041335||GIA-60041335|
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I bought this bike because I like fat bikes & it was kind of different looking. I was suprised how fast it was. The front tire is a little smaller than the rear tire which helps. I had my salesman raise the handlebars a touch which made it a lot more comfortable - I mostlly ride it to work but go over a field, parking lots, rutty roads, etc. on my way there. It is really comfortable to ride. I bought the large frame one which it doesn't say in the specs (i'm 5'11")I got the black one with brown tires & green rims, added black/white platform pedals with the nubs that dig into your shoes, & a back rack & it looks really sharp - according to my friends. Also first gear is low enough that i can scoot right up steep hills which i can't say about some of my other 7 speed bikes. Only problem I had was I had to adjust the derailer after a day but I think it was cause I was messing with the wires when I put on the rear rack.