K2 Astral 1.0 700c Hybrid Bike

Priced: $299.99 Rated:   - 2 stars out of 5 by 1 review.
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The K2® Astral 1.0 men's hybrid bike is crafted around a lightweight aluminum frame that's ideal for easy trails and bumpy city streets. Its 21 speeds are controlled by trigger shifters, and linear-pull brakes deliver superb stopping power. The Innove® tires have a light tread for high grip and low rolling resistance.
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Bike Frame Material:Aluminum
Bike Gender:Men's
Bike Type:Hybrid
Bike Wheel Size:700c
Fork Type:Straight-Bladed, Aero Hi-Tensile Steel Fork
Free Wheel Hub:Yes
Front Brake:Alloy Linear-Pull Brakes
Handle Bars:Steel Riser
Number of Gear Speeds:21 Speed
Quick Release Front Wheel:Yes
Quick Release Seat Post:Yes
Rear Brake:Alloy Linear-Pull Brake
Rear Derailleur:Shimano® RD-TX31D
Seat Post:Suspension Seat Post
Tire Type:Innova®
Type of Shifter:Trigger Shifter
Wheel Width:34 mm

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K2 Astral 1.0 700c Hybrid Bike Review:


rated 2 of 5 stars

bad quality

after the first month and a half of riding every day to school 1 mile - the gooseneck handlebar became loose and fell off in my hands throwing me from the bike and messing up the breaks - lucklily i bought the sports authority warrenty - i took it in, but the breaks were still pinching on the front wheel, then a couple weeks later the pedal broke.

i ride it on the streets of new orleans, which are pretty bad, but its not so bad to warrant whats happened with the bike.
Hasan Khan at Sports Authority on 10/10/2011