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Best Mountain Bikes Under 500 Dollars 2016 - 2017

Some really good mountain bikes under $500 I've found online with useful reviews from other owners. Perfect for beginners trying to find their first bicycle of this type and also for experienced cyclists.

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26" Roadmaster Granite Peak Men's Mountain Bike
The 26" Black Roadmaster Granite Peak Mountain Bike is an excellent all-around mountain bike that is right at home on rugged, unpaved paths. The Roadmaster Mountain Bike is also great for cruising the streets in your neighborhood. This 26-inch men's mountain bike features a suspension fork that smoothes the path ahead of you, and tire tread that grips pavement or dirt. With 18 speeds, this Men's Roadmaster Mountain Bike features Shimano rear derailleur, SRAM drive twist shifters to change gears smoothly and a three-piece mountain crank offers wide gear range.

PROS
- Nice bike for the money
- Rides real nice
- fairly easy to put together.

CONS
- Directions could have been a lot clearer.
- Brakes do need to be tuned a bit

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26" wheel Roadmaster Granite Peak Men's Mountain Bike, Black
  • Steel mountain frame geometry for easy riding
    - 3-piece mountain crank offers wide gear range; Linear pull brakes provide great stopping power
    - SRAM drive twist shifters change gears smoothly
    - 26" Wheels; Alloy rims provide control and durability
    - Suspension fork smoothes bumps and increases control


    PROS
    - easy to build
    - good bike for the price

    CONS
    - seating is uncomftorable for long periods of time
    - the seat is way to small it's like a racer seat
Schwinn Protocol 1.0 Men's Dual-Suspension Mountain Bike (26-Inch Wheels)
  • Schwinn Aluminum Dual Suspension Frame w. Steel Rear
    - Shimano Altus 24-spd w. Shimano EF-50 Trigger Shifters
    - Pro Max Front Disc Brake and Suntour Suspension Fork
    - MTB Handlebar w/ Schwinn 4 Bolt A-Head Stem
    - Alloy High Profile Rims w/ Black Bladed Spokes

    PROS
    - very easy to put together
    - For the cost, there is no bike better
    - Front and Rear Derailluers are pretty good

    CONS
    - The front fork and suspension are difficult to adjust
    - There is no place to put a water bottle holder or a hand pump

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26" Granite Peak Women's Mountain Bike, Magenta-Roadmaster-R4047WMCDB
Steel mountain frame geometry for easy riding with suspension fork that smoothes bumps and increases control
Twist shifters change gears smoothly through 18-speeds assisted by a Shimano rear derailleur
3-Piece mountain crank offers wide gear range
Alloy wheels provide control and durability

PROS
- easy to assemble
- price

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Best mountain bikes for a great experience and enjoy this sport

Best Mountain Bikes Under 500 Dollars

Love this mountain bike. These are the ones I've selected after comparing the features.

Best Mountain Bikes Under 500 Dollars

Pick one of this great bikes for your rides in the mountain or in the forest during this 2014.

Jeep 29er Comanche Mountain Bike (18.5 Inch, Satin Copper)

The bike was easy to put together and the parts gave the feeling of good quality. It is incorrectly stated in the product info that the tires are 28 inches....they are in fact 29. The bike feels light for it's size. The handle bar is nice and big and has a cool tapered style. Nice grips. It sits high so no need for fooling around with a stem raiser. I'm 6 feet tall and 200 pounds.....finally feel like I have a bike that is the right size for me. Plenty of clearance between your feet and the front tire as you turn. The front shock is excellent and very smooth....the bike bounces over potholes nicely. I don't miss the rear shock. Love the lever shifters....the rear derailleur is heavy duty.....the gears feel much different than 26". I've been on 5 rides from about 5-10 miles....half city and half trails....where I used to cruise in 13th speed, I tend to do about 11th speed on this bike.

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