2017 Gravity FSX 1.0 Dual Full Suspension Mountain Bike with Disc Brakes, Shimano Shifting (Gray, 19in)

October 8, 2017 - Comment

Here’s a great quality, affordable entry level 24 speed dual suspension road bike and one of our best sellers. It features an Advanced aluminum frame with Single Pivot technology, adjustable rear coil over cartridge shock, Shimano drivetrain and a adjustable front shock! New Features: NEW Welded Aluminum Frame, lighter, higher performance hydroformed tubing Tektro Novello

Buy Now! $359.95Amazon.com Price
(as of April 19, 2020 9:14 AM UTC - Details)

Here’s a great quality, affordable entry level 24 speed dual suspension road bike and one of our best sellers. It features an Advanced aluminum frame with Single Pivot technology, adjustable rear coil over cartridge shock, Shimano drivetrain and a adjustable front shock!

New Features: NEW Welded Aluminum Frame, lighter, higher performance hydroformed tubing
Tektro Novello mechanical DISC BRAKES
SHIMANO M190 REAR DERAILLEUR
Suntour TRIPLE ALUMINUM CRANKSET

General Sizing Guide

15″ = X Small/ Small – Standover = 26.1″ fits up to 5’6″
17″= Small / Medium – Standover = 27.5″ Fits up to 5’8″
19″ = Medium /Large – Standover = 29″ Fits up to 6′
21″= Large / X Large – Standover = 30.5″ Fits 6’1″ and larger
These are approximate sizes. Final choice is up to you and your personal preferences. We Suggest min 2″ crotch clearance from Standover

Speeds-24
Frame-Hydroformed Aluminum
Fork- Suntour long travel with adjustable preload
Crankset-Alloy Triple
Shifters-Shimano EF51 24 speed
Front Derailleur-SHIMANO
Rear Derailleur-SHIMANO
Wheelset-26in Dbl Wall Alloy
Chain-Narrow 8
Cassette-8 spd Megarange
Tires-Black 26 x 2.1
Brakes- Tektro Novela Disc
Handlebar-Aluminum Riser
Seatpost-Alloy 27.2
Saddle-Comfort

Comments

Netify says:

Nice bike for the money Overall build quality looked really good when I got it. Nice frame welds, good paint, don’t see problems with quality control. I’m 6′ and between 195-205 lbs, so I needed to preliad the front forks to max. However these are cheaper forks, so there’s no rebound adjustment. Not an issue if you just want a nice quality low price trail rider.I get a lot of compression on the rear coil-over shock. I plan to swap this out for an air shock model so I can up the pressure in it. It has a standard…

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