29" Huffy Millennial Men's Cruiser Bike, Grey

29" Huffy Millennial Men's Cruiser Bike, Grey by

In Stock at Walmart
on 11-28-2014

Product Features
Speeds: 1-Speed
Bike Type: Cruiser Bikes
Battery Type: Does Not Contain a Battery
Primary Color: Gray
Multi Pack Indicator: No
Model No.: 56423P7
Shipping Weight (in pounds): 49.94
Product in Inches (L x W x H): 73.0 x 26.0 x 44.0
Assembled in Country of Origin: Imported
Origin of Components: Imported
Walmart No.: 551693235

Item Description
The Huffy Millennial Mens Cruiser Bike takes cruising to a new level with 29-inch wheels. Taller riders love the bigger wheels, but everyone enjoys the advantages of riding the Huffy Millennial! Cruising is all about having fun, so why not make it even easier? Larger wheels help riders gain momentum and maintain speed, without extra exertion. Curbs and bumps in the road are easier to handle. The larger wheels handle them like champs so you keep cruising along. The Millennial has all of the comfort features you expect from a Huffy cruiser, starting with the padded spring saddle. It is designed for comfort even on long rides. Special dual-density grips and pedals blend grip and comfort in one! The single speed bike has an easy-to-use coaster brake. Combining classic cruiser frame style and fenders with the advantages of 29-inch wheels, the Huffy Millennial Mens Cruiser Bike is ready for the future.

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

29" Huffy Millennial Men's Cruiser Bike, Grey:
  • The Huffy Cruiser Bike has a steel cruiser frame
  • Cruiser handlebar with dual-density grips for improved handling
  • Padded spring bike saddle with embroidery and quick-release binder for easy adjustments
  • Easy-to-use coaster brakes
  • Tires: 29" x 2.125" Blackwall cruiser tires for easier performance
  • Steel rims painted white
  • Comfortable all-wear pedals
  • Single speed
  • Weight: 45 lbs
  • Grey 29" Mens Bike Dimensions: 73"L x 26"W x 44"H
  • Assembly required; clear instructions included
  • Limited lifetime warranty

What buyers are saying
First, I wish to acknowledge a very helpful associate by the name of Brent in the Bicycle Center at my local Walmart. He was of great help by approaching me first at the bike racks, offering suggestions and insight as to other bike models, as well as getting some air in the tires of the bike before pedaling it 10 miles home. Thank you! This is where the review of the bicycle begins. Upon initial inspection of the bike within the store, it was assembled well and in surprisingly nice shape. I chose this bicycle ultimately over several others for two reasons: I've owned a Huffy Bicycle several years ago, and it was a very well built bike. The second reason is that I wanted to try a bike with 29" tires! Here's a breakdown of the components of the bicycle: Fenders and frame: Good shape; not out of alignment. The frame is sturdy, though I've since filled some tiny holes where the welds were not even. The frame feels lightweight and is easy to lift at the seat post frame junction. Paint: Pleasant flat grey color that is durable and resistant with few marks in the finish when bought from Wal-Mart. Handling: Good, but takes some getting used to with those huge tires. Ride and Comfort: Rides well, but takes more effort to pedal than I'd thought. It's positioning is comfortable in part due to the adjustable seat post clamp, plush seat, and thick grips. This is a durable bike, and not a thing went wrong when riding for the first time home for 10 miles nor when riding casually for three weeks as of now. The only drawbacks I can mention is that first the seat creaks wildly, even after tightening the seat pan nut and spring coil bolts beneath. Second is that its tough to pedal, and requires a considerable amount of extra exertion when going up slight inclines [even before installing an old-fashioned dynamo generator and headlight that are not included with the bike]. The bike takes some getting used to before fully enjoying its benefits. The manual that came with the bike tells to adjust the chain tension [if it's too tense, the bike will be very hard to pedal]. After having done that, the bike does roll along easier, but remains tough to move nonetheless. Overall, this is a bike that is meant to last.