|Place of Origin||China|
Dimensions & Weights
|Assembled Length (in.)||69.30|
|Assembled Width (in.)||26.30|
|Assembled Height (in.)||41.70|
About this item
【Lightweight Aluminum Frame】 Frame material is
an important factor in how enjoyable a bike is. It has a lightweight and
durable aluminum frame that improves comfort and achieves a modern look. Great
looks are one of this bike’s main traits, but it is also pretty well-equipped for this price.
【Popular 27.5 Inch Tires】 The main benefit of the larger wheels is that they can get over
rocks and bumps more easily and can cover more distance per pedal revolution.
It has wide knobby mountain tires, which are wide enough for off-road riding
but not too wide for road commutes.
【SHIMANO 21-speeds】 This bike has a 21-speed drivetrain so you don’t need to
worry whether or not you’ll have the right gear for a steep climb. Designed with optical gear
display indicator to show you the gear position. Ergonomic design for more
【Excellent Braking System】 It has 27.5″ wheels and
disc brakes which allows you to negotiate obstacles and stop quickly. It’s
front and rear mechanical disc brakes that inspire confidence and stability. A
light single-fingertip pull is all that’s required in the wettest conditions on
the steepest downhills.
【86% Pre-installed】— The Elecony Mountain Bike arrives 86% assembled. The bike can be
fully assembled with ease with the help of tutorial videos, and we are more
than happy to help with any problems you may have during the assembly process.
Elecony, specializing in bicycles and components, strives to bring you the highest performance bike with the best components
Elecony Ares definitely fits the (small) bill. The Ares is an aluminum alloy hardtail, so it’s lightweight and easy to handle. It also comes with dual disc brakes and a decent Shimano drivetrain, a bike at this cost point with decent quality disc brakes isn’t easy to find. That’s why it’s our Best 29-Inch Mountain Bike Value pick.
1. 86% of the bicycle has been assembled. You need to install pedals, front wheels, handlebars and inflate the tires.
2. Rotate the front fork 180 degrees before assembling the front wheel (the brake will be in front of the bicycle)
3. The left and right pedal threads are different. The spindle of each pedal is marked with an L/R mark to ensure that they are assembled in the correct position.
The right side pedal has right-hand threads. The left pedal has left-hand threads.
Use a tool to screw the two pedals into the crank arm as much as possible.
4. All tools are included in the package, no additional tools.
For detailed assembly information, please watch our assembly video.