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Get Out And Ride A New Bike – 39% Off Now

Anne Kocsis Contributor
Nicer weather means more time outdoors. For some people this means yard work and house projects; for others, it means sporting events and exercise. If you are looking for a great way to get exercise during the warmer months, consider riding a bike. It is fun and it gets you places quicker than walking. You’ve most likely heard the adage, “it’s just like riding a bike.”
In other words, if you learned how to ride a bike at one point in your life, you can do it now. Amazon has some great cycling options if you want to get back out there. In fact, the Dual Kent Dual Suspension 26-inch Mountain Bike is on sale now for 39% off the list price. Reviewers deem it easy to assemble and a great bike for the price. You can use it for exercise, to travel from place to place, to enjoy nature, or to just to spend time with loved ones.
The Kent cycle’s full suspension aluminium MTB frame utilizes a floating beam design that is mated to a suspension fork. The drive train includes a strong aluminum wheel set with 36 spoke alloy rims featuring high-flange hubs. There is a Shimano rear derailleur and quick release seat post glamp. Take on hills and flat ground with equal ease using the 21 speed rapid fire gear shifts. Equipped with front and rear disk brakes also making stopping a breeze. This bike is rugged, attractive, and built to last. It measures 55 X 28 X 8.5 inches and weighs 40 pounds. According to a verified purchaser, this bicycle is adjustable and can easily be ridden by someone who is 6 feet tall. Kent’s Mountain Bike retails for $299.99, but you can get it now for a fraction of that cost. Buy it today for only $183.99 with Amazon Prime.

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