About this item
- Perfect to stay active outdoors
- Intended for: 12 years & up
- Maximum speed of 30 MPH
Conquer the road with the Titan Glacier Pro Alloy Dual Suspension Mountain Bike. Road gripping and ripping power is yours for the taking with this Titan Bike. If you are a fan of the mountain bike or if you're trying one for the first time, this sweet ride will get you up and moving. With 21 speeds you are able to create an easy ride no matter what the terrain or challenge yourself to push your limits with a bicycle that will soon feel like a BFF. Mountain bikes can inspire a lifetime of love for the sport and get you over the hill to that next fitness level. Suggested age 12 years and up. Limited manufacturer warranty.
Dimensions (Overall): 68.0 inches (L) x 24.0 inches (W) x 39.0 inches (H)
Holds up to: 250.0 pounds
Used For: Off-Roading/Trail-Riding
Suggested Age: 12 Years and Up
Weight: 39.0 pounds
Rear Wheel Diameter: 26.0 inches
Closed Product Length: 68.0 inches
Closed Product Height: 39.0 inches
Closed Dimensions: 24.0 inches
Bicycle Frame/Component Features: Adjustable Frame, Suspension Fork, Alloy Rims, Thumb Shifter, Chain Guard, Adjustable Handlebars
Bicycle Frame Material: Steel, Aluminum, Alloy
Bicycle Chain Material: Alloy
Rim Material: Aluminum, Metal Alloy
Gear Speeds: 21
Pedal Material: Plastic
Suspension Features: Front Suspension Travel, dual suspension, Front Suspension
Seat Material: Vinyl
Assembly Details: Adult assembly required, tools not provided
Suspension Type: Full
Bike Type: Mountain
Rear Brake System: V Brake
Front Wheel Height: 26"
Front Brake System: Disc
Tire Type: Knobby
Tire Width: 1.95"
Maximum Speed: 30 miles per hour
Bicycle frame size: 19"
Warranty: 1 year limited warranty. To obtain a copy of the manufacturer's or supplier's warranty for this item prior to purchasing the item, please call Target Guest Services at 1-800-591-3869
Item Number (DPCI): 082-03-0699
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overall: 2 out of 5 stars, see all reviews
Most recent reviews
2 out of 5 stars
Bikeman — 2 years ago
I put the bike together and the disc brake kept rubbing against the pad. Had to take it to a bike shop and had them repair it for $15. Then I took it for a spin and didn't notice any difference on the full suspension. I looked at the manual and shows that you can adjust the spring, it appears tha...see moreof the reviewer's review