Hi Guys another one from Colorado

Discussion in 'Introduce Yourself' started by 5446, Jul 20, 2010.

  1. 5446

    5446 New Member

    Hi guys Iam up here with my head in the clouds (colorado lol) and its time to build a new bike that can take these backroads and mountains. Iam thinking about buying this from wallyworld. Do you think it would be good for a offroad motorized bike? Is there a better choice for the same money? Thanks and nice to be here!:cool2:

    Ride in style on this classic Hiland Eclipse 26" Mountain Bike. The bike features an alloy seat post with quick release and double wall and alloy rims. A racing down tube with integrated gussets completes the Hiland Eclipse 26" Mountain Bike.

    Hiland Eclipse 26" Mountain Bike:
    -Features integrated gussets and a dynamic racing down tube
    -Alloy frame with reinforced head tube
    -Front suspension
    -The Hiland Eclipse 26" Mountain Bike has 24 speeds
    -Shimano EF60 alloy shifters
    -Promax TX-119 alloy V brakes
    -Shimano EF60 alloy, 2 finger brake levers
    -Innova 26" x 1.95" Flow Mark HL performance tires
    -AP5F full alloy front hub / AZER full alloy rear hub
    -Double wall, alloy rims
    -Promax alloy HB-T305 handlebars
    -Promax alloy seat post with quick release
    -Competition racing saddle
    -Color: Brilliant blue and raven black

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  2. professor

    professor Active Member

    Hi 5446, welcome to Motoredbikes!
    Looks great to me, only issue may be the frame tube size where the engine goes.
    I ditch- stock handlebars and orangatang stock seats.
    You probably won't need all those gears too but that's no biggie.
  3. Skyliner70cc

    Skyliner70cc Active Member

    I personally would not use a non-steel metal framed bike if you are looking to ride in the mountains. The engine vibration and potential abuse of mountain riding is asking for a weld to fail.

    I don't think the bike you picked out would fit a HT 2 stroke engine.

    I've had much success with the older style Skyliner bikes (no longer made but can be purchased used) and the steel framed Searcher bikes you can get at K-mart.