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26" Kent Del Rio Women's Cruiser Bike, Magenta

26" Kent Del Rio Women's Cruiser Bike, Magenta by


$129.00
In Stock at Walmart
on 7-19-2014
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Product Features
Speeds: 7
Bike Type: Cruiser Bikes
Battery Type: Does Not Contain a Battery
Primary Color: Red
Multi Pack Indicator: No
Model No.: 32613
Shipping Weight (in pounds): 44.0
Product in Inches (L x W x H): 68.0 x 24.0 x 42.0
Walmart No.: 552435969


Item Description
The 26-inch women's Del Rio Cruiser Bike is styled with a classic design and modern appeal. Its full aluminum frame reduces the weight, and makes the bike enjoyable and easy to handle. MicroShift twist shifters easily control the seven-speed bike, so it's easy to find the right gear! With hand brakes for stopping on a dime, a quick-release seat post and resin pedals, this is a terrific cruiser with plenty of bang for your buck!

Please note: If you select Site to Store delivery, your bike(s) will not be assembled upon pickup.


26" Kent Del Rio Women's Cruiser Bike, Magenta:
  • Frame: aluminum frame with steel fork
  • Gearing (# of speeds): 7-speed
  • Derailleur: MicroShift twist grip shifting
  • Brakes: alloy V-brakes
  • Brake levers: alloy levers
  • Wheels/tires: 26" cruiser tires
  • Rims: alloy rims
  • Handlebars: steel cruiser riser handlebars
  • Seat: comfort padded cruiser seat; quick-release seat post
  • Pedals: resin pedals
  • Maximum weight capacity: 250 lbs
  • Assembly required
  • Dimensions: 71"L x 26"W x 40"H


What buyers are saying
I was looking for a comfortable around the neighborhood bike for exercise. This bike was comfortable, cheap and pretty, when I rode it in the store it seemed like a good fit. We bought the bike, brought it home and took if for a ride - every ride would be interrupted with the chain either falling off or hitting the shroud and we would have to stop and work on the bike to get it back home. A week after purchase we took the bike back. It's pretty but not Functional! You get what you pay for, we went to a bike shop and paid a little more and got a functional bike.